Jonah’s mom is a bitch
shes a big fat bitch
shes the biggest bitch in the whole wide world
shes a stupid bitch if there ever was a bitch
shes a bitch to all the boys and girls
Yeah. We’re talking about Lucianne. The antidote for Viagra. While there are some people who want to know why the Administration was asleep at the wheel come 9/11, Lucianne thinks it’s just not that important. And that Thomas Kean guy who was appointed by President Whistle Ass to look into the matter? Well he’s getting a little too big for his britches what with all his demands for that “super-secret” information that Dick Cheney has hidden in Lynne’s lingerie drawer just under her merkin collection:
Governor Who? No one has paid any attention to former New Jersey Governor Thomas Kean for so long he’s O.D.-ing on his current star turn. Appointed to head a commission to study 9/11, he’s gone all grand and put himself above the White House in his demands for super-secret information. In a statement to the New York Times yesterday he stated, “any document that has to do with this investigation cannot be beyond our reach . . . I will not stand for it.” Kean and John Kerry should do lunch. They are both so…French.
You see, the widows and widowers and children without parents don’t need to know why their government failed them two years ago, because Kean is so…”French”. You can bet that Lucianne would be singing a different tune if Jonah had been in the towers on 9/11 and there wasn’t enough of her boy left to fill an ashtray…
Meanwhile, John Podhoretz defends the cover-up with a unique twist: What we may discover might divide us and we would lose faith in those who led us into an idiotic war:
THE horrors in Baghdad over the past few days have reminded us of the inhuman nature of our militant Islamic foes – and how their mission now as ever is to dishearten and divide us so that we will eventually run away from Iraq and the Middle East and give them free rein.
The multiple attacks are certainly disheartening. And the rancorous divisions inside the United States about the war in Iraq and the War on Terror are only growing.
The race for the Democratic nomination is now entirely dedicated to the proposition that a) the war on Iraq was a mistake and b) that the major domestic effort in the war on terror – the USA Patriot Act – is a dangerous and horrible piece of legislation.
The mainstream media have taken the gloves off, investing enormous resources and newsprint space in service of the contention that the administration went to war with Iraq for no good reason.
And now the independent commission chosen by the president to investigate the inability of the U.S. government to prevent the 9/11 attacks is showing signs of becoming a runaway train. Unnamed officials declare themselves “frustrated” by the White House’s refusal to turn over certain internal documents and are threatening to subpoena them.
Why would the White House withhold such information when it can be so easily accused of a coverup? Because if the White House accedes to the notion that any and every piece of paper the president sees can theoretically be accessed by anybody at any time, that is the end of any capacity for the government to keep secrets.
That’s the principle of the thing. Here’s the hard reality behind the need for executive privilege: There are 10 members of the commission, and a staff. Perhaps Kean can be sure that the details of this ultimate classified information will not leak. But given his own clear hunger to grandstand, Kean offers scant comfort that he will have any disciplinary power over his fellow members and his staffers.
Kean wants these documents. To get them, he has decided to wage public war against the administration. “There are a lot of theories about 9/11, and as long as there is any document out there that bears on any of those theories, we’re going to leave questions unanswered,” Kean told the Times. “And we cannot leave questions unanswered.”
In the name of clearing up conspiracy theories, Kean has now made it inevitable that the conspiracy theorists will never accept the commission’s findings. With the preening self-righteousness that characterizes his blessedly anachronistic brand of liberal Republicanism, Thomas Kean has now only added to the ugly divisiveness of the present moment.
Shorter John Podhoretz?: Accountability = Anti-Americanism among a people who can’t handle the truth.
Secrecy is good. Don’t remember 9/11. Go back to sleep….