Sep 30, 2007

Memo from Cheney: Don't write this down

Speaking last week at the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum in Grand Rapids, Mich., Ford's one-time White House chief of staff said: "Researchers like to come and dig through my files, to see if anything interesting turns up.""I want to wish them luck," the vice president said to a laughing audience.
"But the files are pretty thin. I learned early on that if you don't want your memos to get you in trouble someday, just don't write any."
Apparently Cheney has some concern about leaving a paper trail. Considering that he is the "brain" behind Bush he should be concerned.
He has failed as George Bush's brain. Let's hope he is not his conscience too.

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Ted said...

Somewhere, someplace there has to be something to convict the bastard of the crimes they have comitted.
Number of Operations Iraq Freedom and Enduring Freedom casualties
as confirmed by U.S. Central Command: 4230

Anon-Paranoid said...

Just think about the possibilities of using intensive interrogation on the Dark Lord Dick {Heinrich Himmler} Cheney and Der Fuhrer Adolph Bush.

We could get all the evidence we need to convict them in the Hague and since they don't consider what they approve for using on others it wouldn't be considered torture.

Oh just to be present when their water boarded. What a rush that would be. Or when they have their testicles wired to a battery.

Shit I could have an orgasm watching that.

Forgive me Father for I have sinned in thought.

God Bless.

PoliShifter said...

Last year, there was a document shredding truck spotted outside of Cheney's house.

He's more than worried and been covering his tracks for years.

But he'll probably have the place scrubbed clean before Jan '09

Carol said...

Hi Polioshifter,
Veeeeery interesting. I wish I could have been a fly on the wall to see what was shredded.

I think the Lord would forgive you for this one :)