Wednesday, June 18, 2014

Life is easier if it is lived without a conscience

Sociopathy has its advantages...for example Dick and Dickette Cheney can say this...without the requisite shame...and this being America being shamed.
Cheney and his daughter penned an opinion piece that will be published in The Wall Street Journal Wednesday, slamming Obama for being "so wrong about so much at the expense of so many."

10 comments:

kingweasil said...

first you have your chief of staff scoote libby leak bogus info to the ny times judy miller,and then site that info on national television as credible evidence...VICE PRES. CHENEY: Specifically aluminum tubes. There’s a story in The New York Times this morning-this is-I don’t-and I want to attribute The Times. I don’t want to talk about, obviously, specific intelligence sources, but it’s now public that, in fact, he has been seeking to acquire, and we have been able to intercept and prevent him from acquiring through this particular channel, the kinds of tubes that are necessary to build a centrifuge...fuck you mr. cheney

kingweasil said...

I believe dick and liz (who cant buy a fishing license without lying about her residency.$92.00 for non res. & $24 for res.) its important for the families that plundered our coffers to save money...how do these two fuckwits get any ink at all?

Anonymous said...

What 0 got wrong was failing to prosecute the Cheney cabal for 9/11 treason and ensuing war criminality worldwide; but then, the Baracketeer Is ALSO Poppy's son-of-a-Bush, Company man!

Anonymous said...

Things you read then say, "Dafuc..."

Anonymous said...

Unfuckingbelievable...except it's the Cheneys, who make hammerhead sharks look like paragons of moral virtue.

Geraldo R said...

Cheney wouldn't grind my gears unless he was able to spew his belly gas on Sunday talk sho...oh, there it is. David Gregory's Bush-boner is hummin!

pansypoo said...

i know you are, what am i?
how his replacement heart hasn't tried to escape...

Montag said...

The WSJ did some editing on their op-ed. Just excised the two words that came after "... expense of so many... oil companies."

The WSJ didn't want them to make it so damned obvious.

Roger said...

You know what he said when somebody pointed out how wrong he's been? "I disagree, we inherited a situation..."

Anonymous said...

Pluck the Chickenhawks!