Sunday, August 28, 2011

Dick Cheney sticks it to Colin Powell

Wisdom Quarterly
Even if Dick sticks it to me, he only feels this big. Fallout from Cheney memoirs begins.

Powell: Dick Cheney takes "cheap shots"
The former Secretary of State dismisses the criticisms directed at him in Dick Cheney's new book. "My head isn't exploding," Colon says. In the horrible days of Bush, it was Dick and Colon rounding out the triple threat. This threesome was eager to ruin the world. But poet Donald Rumsfeld, Gaddafi heartthrob Condoleezza Rice, John Ashcroft, and other menaces (who strangely love to sing like tattling Dick) had a hand in destroying the constitution and committing crimes against humanity as well. Dick is still sticking it to Colon. But now Cheney and Powell are at it in public. Dick's many revelations in his upcoming memoirs is stirring controversy. He is admitting a great deal. He wanted torture, war, and the exclusion of the first black president, who was meant to be Republican Powell until he rubbed someone the wrong way. Charles Manson prosecutor Vincent Bugliosi's life's ambition is to bring George Bush, Jr. to trial for murder. There is a suit over Cheney arrest and even his dog is banned.

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