Thursday, April 26, 2007

Children can be nasty, don't you think?

The US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice has said she is unwilling to answer a US House of Representatives subpoena about Iraq's pre-war weapons.

A House committee wants to question Ms Rice about a White House assertion that Iraq was trying to buy uranium from Niger to build nuclear weapons.

Maybe if she clicks her heels together three times she can wish the House subpoena away.


ladybug said...

Yea, she had to testify for the 9/11 commissioni,and was so uncoopertive the questioning senators were visibly frustrated.

She's very good at the attack mode, and also at saying nothing with a whole lot of words.

I still can't forgive her for her lying sack of sh*& statement in a Oprah Magazine interview that "We had no idea someone was going was going to attack us that way"(referring to 9/11).

She's a liar, not only did other countries (France, Israel) warn us about that very thing, so did Richard A. Clarke, who was demoted and reduced to writing urgent memos to try & get Condi's (and the Bush administrations) attention on terrorist threats.

He knew what could happen, and wrote a book about when & how much Condi knew.

I don't know how she sleeps at night.

Don Snabulus said...

Simple, as a recipient of a soulectomy and consciencectomy at an early age, she is immune to guilt or regret.

Dean Wormer said...

Yeah, her failure as the Security Guru was horrible. Her promotion to SOS based on that failure was embarrassing. In the Bush administration they fail upwards...

As bad as her statement to Oprah Magazine was her "nobody could've imagined" quip regarding the attacks. No, YOU couldn't have imagined. Anybody else with half a brain a modicum of common sense in your position could've seen what was coming.

Anonymous said...

Do you remember when Bush was first "elected" and all we heard was that nonsense about the adults being back in Washington? Apparently they were not. When challeneged about anything the Bushies do nothing but throw tantruns, name call and refuse to be held accountable.

Dean Wormer said...


Exactly. What they need is a legislative spanking. Never seen such a collective bunch of babies in public office in my lifetime.