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Gayle in MD
08-30-2011, 09:32 AM
That he is the same back stabbing, arrogant, delusional, lying POS he's always been.

Yet another deceitful liar from the Bush Administration, proving beyond a shadow of a doubt, that he is a Traitor and a LIAR, and that he should be arrested and tried for War Crimes.

His new book is another Repiglican fantasy of incredible gall, in which he justifies the breaking of every law and treaty which America held precious and paramount in protecting, patriotically, in order to maintain the higher intentions and nature, of America's honor.

This book by Cheney is as repulsive as it gets, given the extreme damages and loss of life and treasure which he caused, and all for NOTHING!

As in all Repiglican memoirs, the lies are profuse, and the justifications for law breaking, are repulsive.


No wonder five former Secretaries Of State, from both party's, have stated that the Iraq War was the worst foreign policy decision in American History!

Wake up Dickhead, you screwed up EVERYTHING! AND you're STILL incredibly pompous and arrogant, and living in a world of your own rewriting of historical FACTS, giving yourself a bye, for gross incompetence, and gross law breaking!

LIAR!

G.

llotter
08-30-2011, 10:36 AM
Dontcha just love Cheney? I sure do. Thank God there are strong-willed citizens around like him that understand that protecting the Constitution and the citizens often requires leaders to act like real men, not some ACLU pansy. Yes, there are plenty of spineless detractors that would rather appease and surrender, who have nothing worth fighting for themselves. Plenty gutless wonders who don't have the mental capacity to find any meaning in life and only want to live as servants to Islam rather than defend their pathetic existence.

hondo
08-30-2011, 04:38 PM
Lotter's heroes: Cheney, McCarthy, James Kopp, Beck, Limberger.
Anybody see a pattern?

LWW
08-30-2011, 05:33 PM
Do you honestly expect anyone to believe that you have read a single page of the book.

LWW
08-30-2011, 05:33 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: hondo</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Lotter's heroes: Cheney, McCarthy, James Kopp, Beck, Limberger.
Anybody see a pattern? </div></div>

How's that search for an innocent victim of Senator McCarthy going?

hondo
08-30-2011, 08:03 PM
Senator McCarthy’s zeal to uncover subversion and espionage led to disturbing excesses. His browbeating tactics destroyed careers of people who were not involved in the infiltration of our government. His freewheeling style caused both the Senate and the Subcommittee to revise the rules governing future investigations, and prompted the courts to act to protect the Constitutional rights of witnesses at Congressional hearings... These hearings are a part of our national past that we can neither afford to forget nor permit to reoccur.[64]

The subcommittee first investigated allegations of Communist influence in the Voice of America (VOA), at that time administered by the State Department's United States Information Agency. Many VOA personnel were questioned in front of television cameras and a packed press gallery, with McCarthy lacing his questions with hostile innuendo and false accusations.[65] A few VOA employees alleged Communist influence on the content of broadcasts, but none of the charges were substantiated. Morale at VOA was badly damaged, and one of its engineers committed suicide during McCarthy's investigation. Ed Kretzman, a policy advisor for the service, would later comment that it was VOA's "darkest hour when Senator McCarthy and his chief hatchet man, Roy Cohn, almost succeeded in muffling it."[65]

The subcommittee then turned to the overseas library program of the International Information Agency. Cohn toured Europe examining the card catalogs of the State Department libraries looking for works by authors he deemed inappropriate. McCarthy then recited the list of supposedly pro-communist authors before his subcommittee and the press. The State Department bowed to McCarthy and ordered its overseas librarians to remove from their shelves "material by any controversial persons, Communists, fellow travelers, etc." Some libraries actually burned the newly forbidden books.[66] Shortly after this, in one of his carefully oblique public criticisms of McCarthy, President Eisenhower urged Americans: "Don't join the book burners. […] Don't be afraid to go in your library and read every book."[67]

Soon after receiving the chair to the Subcommittee on Investigations, McCarthy appointed Joseph Brown Matthews (generally known as J. B. Matthews) as staff director of the subcommittee. One of the nation's foremost anti-communists, Matthews had formerly been staff director for the House Un-American Activities Committee. The appointment became controversial when it was learned that Matthews had recently written an article titled "Reds And Our Churches,"[68] which opened with the sentence, "The largest single group supporting the Communist apparatus in the United States is composed of Protestant Clergymen." A group of senators denounced this "shocking and unwarranted attack against the American clergy" and demanded that McCarthy dismiss Matthews. McCarthy at first refused to do this. But as the controversy mounted, and the majority of his own subcommittee joined the call for Matthews' ouster, McCarthy finally yielded and accepted his resignation. For some McCarthy opponents, this was a signal defeat of the senator, showing he was not as invincible as he had formerly seemed.[69]

[edit] Investigating the Army

In autumn 1953, McCarthy's committee began its ill-fated inquiry into the United States Army. This began with McCarthy opening an investigation into the Army Signal Corps laboratory at Fort Monmouth. McCarthy, newly married to Jean Kerr, cut short his honeymoon to open the investigation. He garnered some headlines with stories of a dangerous spy ring among the Army researchers, but after weeks of hearings, nothing came of his investigations.[70]

Unable to expose any signs of subversion, McCarthy focused instead on the case of Irving Peress, a New York dentist who had been drafted into the Army in 1952 and promoted to major in November 1953. Shortly thereafter it came to the attention of the military bureaucracy that Peress, who was a member of the left-wing American Labor Party, had declined to answer questions about his political affiliations on a loyalty-review form. Peress' superiors were therefore ordered to discharge him from the Army within 90 days. McCarthy subpoenaed Peress to appear before his subcommittee on January 30, 1954. Peress refused to answer McCarthy's questions, citing his rights under the Fifth Amendment. McCarthy responded by sending a message to Secretary of the Army, Robert Stevens, demanding that Peress be court-martialed. On that same day, Peress asked for his pending discharge from the Army to be effected immediately, and the next day Brigadier General Ralph W. Zwicker, his commanding officer at Camp Kilmer in New Jersey, gave him an honorable separation from the Army. At McCarthy's encouragement, "Who promoted Peress?" became a rallying cry among many anti-communists and McCarthy supporters. In fact, and as McCarthy knew, Peress had been promoted automatically through the provisions of the Doctor Draft Law, for which McCarthy had voted.[71]

McCarthy summoned General Zwicker to his subcommittee on February 18. Zwicker, on advice from Army counsel, refused to answer some of McCarthy's questions and reportedly changed his story three times when asked if he had known at the time he signed the discharge that Peress had refused to answer questions before the McCarthy subcommittee. McCarthy compared Zwicker's intelligence to that of a "five-year-old child," and said he was "not fit to wear that uniform."[72]

This abuse of Zwicker, a battlefield hero of World War II, caused considerable outrage among the military, newspapers, civilian veterans, senators of both parties and, probably most dangerously for McCarthy, President Eisenhower himself.[73] Army Secretary Stevens ordered Zwicker not to return to McCarthy's hearing for further questioning. Hoping to mend the increasingly hostile relations between McCarthy and the Army, a group of Republicans, including McCarthy, met with Secretary Stevens over a luncheon that included fried chicken and convinced him to sign a "memorandum of understanding" in which he capitulated to most of McCarthy's demands. After "The Chicken Luncheon," as it came to be called, McCarthy later told a reporter that Stevens "could not have given in more abjectly if he had got down on his knees."[74] Reaction to this agreement was widely negative. Secretary Stevens was ridiculed by Pentagon officers,[73] and The Times of London wrote: "Senator McCarthy achieved today what General Burgoyne and General Cornwallis never achieved—the surrender of the American Army."[74]

A few months later, the Army, with advice and support from the Eisenhower Administration, would launch a counterattack against McCarthy. It would do this not by directly challenging and criticizing McCarthy's behavior toward Army personnel, but by bringing charges against him on an unrelated issue.

[edit] Army–McCarthy hearings

Main article: Army–McCarthy hearings

Early in 1954, the U.S. Army accused McCarthy and his chief counsel, Roy Cohn, of improperly pressuring the Army to give favorable treatment to G. David Schine, a former aide to McCarthy and a friend of Cohn's, who was then serving in the Army as a private.[75] McCarthy claimed that the accusation was made in bad faith, in retaliation for his questioning of Zwicker the previous year. The Senate Permanent Subcommittee on Investigations, usually chaired by McCarthy himself, was given the task of adjudicating these conflicting charges. Republican Senator Karl Mundt was appointed to chair the committee, and the Army–McCarthy hearings convened on April 22, 1954.





McCarthy chats with Roy Cohn (right) at the Army-McCarthy hearings.
The hearings lasted for 36 days and were broadcast on live television by ABC and DuMont, with an estimated 20 million viewers. After hearing 32 witnesses and two million words of testimony, the committee concluded that McCarthy himself had not exercised any improper influence on Schine's behalf, but that Cohn had engaged in "unduly persistent or aggressive efforts". The committee also concluded that Army Secretary Robert Stevens and Army Counsel John Adams "made efforts to terminate or influence the investigation and hearings at Fort Monmouth", and that Adams "made vigorous and diligent efforts" to block subpoenas for members of the Army Loyalty and Screening Board "by means of personal appeal to certain members of the [McCarthy] committee".

Of far greater importance to McCarthy than the committee's inconclusive final report was the negative effect that the extensive exposure had on his popularity. Many in the audience saw him as bullying, reckless, and dishonest, and the daily newspaper summaries of the hearings were also frequently unfavorable.[76][77] Late in the hearings, Senator Stuart Symington made an angry and prophetic remark to McCarthy: "The American people have had a look at you for six weeks," he said. "You are not fooling anyone."[78] In Gallup polls of January 1954, 50% of those polled had a positive opinion of McCarthy. In June, that number had fallen to 34%. In the same polls, those with a negative opinion of McCarthy increased from 29% to 45%.[79]

An increasing number of Republicans and conservatives were coming to see McCarthy as a liability to the party and to anti-communism. Congressman George H. Bender noted, "There is a growing impatience with the Republican Party. McCarthyism has become a synonym for witch-hunting, Star Chamber methods, and the denial of...civil liberties."[80] Frederick Woltman, a reporter with a long-standing reputation as a staunch anti-communist, wrote a five-part series of articles criticizing McCarthy in the New York World-Telegram. He stated that McCarthy "has become a major liability to the cause of anti-communism", and accused him of "wild twisting of facts and near facts [that] repels authorities in the field".[81][82]

The most famous incident in the hearings was an exchange between McCarthy and the army's chief legal representative, Joseph Nye Welch. On June 9, the 30th day of the hearings, Welch challenged Roy Cohn to provide U.S. Attorney General Herbert Brownell, Jr. with McCarthy's list of 130 Communists or subversives in defense plants "before the sun goes down". McCarthy stepped in and said that if Welch was so concerned about persons aiding the Communist Party, he should check on a man in his Boston law office named Fred Fisher, who had once belonged to the National Lawyers Guild, which Brownell had called "the legal mouthpiece of the Communist Party".[83] In an impassioned defense of Fisher that some have suggested he had prepared in advance and had hoped not to have to make,[84] Welch responded, "Until this moment, Senator, I think I never really gauged your cruelty or your recklessness[...]" When McCarthy resumed his attack, Welch interrupted him: "Let us not assassinate this lad further, Senator. You've done enough. Have you no sense of decency, sir, at long last? Have you left no sense of decency?" When McCarthy once again persisted, Welch cut him off and demanded the chairman "call the next witness". At that point, the gallery erupted in applause and a recess was called.[85]

[edit] Edward R. Murrow, See It Now





Edward R. Murrow, pioneer in broadcast journalism
One of the most prominent attacks on McCarthy's methods was an episode of the television documentary series See It Now, hosted by journalist Edward R. Murrow, which was broadcast on March 9, 1954. Titled "A Report on Senator Joseph R. McCarthy", the episode consisted largely of clips of McCarthy speaking. In these clips, McCarthy accuses the Democratic party of "twenty years of treason", describes the American Civil Liberties Union as "listed as 'a front for, and doing the work of', the Communist Party", and berates and harangues various witnesses, including General Zwicker.

In his conclusion, Murrow said of McCarthy:


His primary achievement has been in confusing the public mind, as between the internal and the external threats of Communism. We must not confuse dissent with disloyalty. We must remember always that accusation is not proof and that conviction depends upon evidence and due process of law. We will not walk in fear, one of another. We will not be driven by fear into an age of unreason, if we dig deep in our history and our doctrine, and remember that we are not descended from fearful men. [...]
We proclaim ourselves, as indeed we are, the defenders of freedom, wherever it continues to exist in the world, but we cannot defend freedom abroad by deserting it at home. The actions of the junior Senator from Wisconsin have caused alarm and dismay amongst our allies abroad, and given considerable comfort to our enemies. And whose fault is that? Not really his. He didn't create this situation of fear; he merely exploited it—and rather successfully.[86]

The following week See It Now ran another episode critical of McCarthy, this one focusing on the case of Annie Lee Moss, an African-American army clerk who was the target of one of McCarthy's investigations. The Murrow shows, together with the televised Army–McCarthy hearings of the same year, were the major causes of a nationwide popular opinion backlash against McCarthy, in part because for the first time his statements were being publicly challenged by noteworthy figures. To counter the negative publicity, McCarthy appeared on See It Now on April 6, 1954, and made a number of charges against the popular Murrow, including the accusation that he colluded with the "Russian espionage and propaganda organization" VOKS.[87] This response did not go over well with viewers, and the result was a further decline in McCarthy's popularity.

hondo
08-30-2011, 08:06 PM
None of this matters to our dearless leader on here.
I've posted similar findings over the years which DL either spins or ignores.
I was a little bored so I took the time to slap DL stupid for the 5 thousands time.

hondo
08-30-2011, 08:10 PM
Good reading:


The nightmare decade:
the life and times of Senator Joe McCarthy



Fred J. Cook





Random House, 1971 - Political Science - 626 pages



Recreates the life of the controversial senator, focusing on his fanatical accusations of communist influence in the federal government

Sid_Vicious
08-30-2011, 09:28 PM
I give you resiliant lefties, which I was, a ton of credit...but this denial for the destructiveness created by Bush and Cheney over their dictating of your country...well, it is just a hard truth that so many Americans here have become total goofballs, even when it gets into their own back pockets. You ever hear about "beating a dead horse?" Unless y'all just HAVE to stay addicted to replying back to the abuses here from these nonsense Americans, I see no point is these discussions. Idiosy has overcome, and it's saturated itself as a fever now, which has obviously dragged in many others.

The Devil has won this one, just give up is what I say. After all, what difference does anyone here really think these talks here affect us in this country for what happens within our political system? Zilch, it just gets embarrassing after a while IMO, and looks simply ugly and rediculious to the casual visitor here...sid

ugotda7
08-30-2011, 09:53 PM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Gayle in MD</div><div class="ubbcode-body">That he is the same back stabbing, arrogant, delusional, lying POS he's always been.

Yet another deceitful liar from the Bush Administration, proving beyond a shadow of a doubt, that he is a Traitor and a LIAR, and that he should be arrested and tried for War Crimes.

His new book is another Repiglican fantasy of incredible gall, in which he justifies the breaking of every law and treaty which America held precious and paramount in protecting, patriotically, in order to maintain the higher intentions and nature, of America's honor.

This book by Cheney is as repulsive as it gets, given the extreme damages and loss of life and treasure which he caused, and all for NOTHING!

As in all Repiglican memoirs, the lies are profuse, and the justifications for law breaking, are repulsive.


No wonder five former Secretaries Of State, from both party's, have stated that the Iraq War was the worst foreign policy decision in American History!

Wake up Dickhead, you screwed up EVERYTHING! AND you're STILL incredibly pompous and arrogant, and living in a world of your own rewriting of historical FACTS, giving yourself a bye, for gross incompetence, and gross law breaking!

LIAR!

G.



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As if you're in some position to judge him - what Cheney leaves in the toilet every morning contributes more to this country's well-being than you have throughout the course of your sorry, irrelevant life.

Gayle in MD
08-31-2011, 01:28 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: llotter</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Dontcha just love Cheney? I sure do.

<span style="color: #990000">No surprise there, given that you praise cowards and murderers regularly. </span>


Thank God there are strong-willed citizens around like him that understand that protecting the Constitution


<span style="color: #990000">BWA HA HA HA...now that's funny. Cheney? Protecting the Constitution? Too funny! </span>
and the citizens

<span style="color: #990000">Ha ha ha, yeah, right! He was really protecting the citizens when he arranged, in secret, during his secret meeting with the energy corporations, to carve out the Halliburton Loophole, which has destroyed the lives of many Americans, along with their health.

Both Cheney and Bush, ignored the many warnings, from many experts of the the coming attacks of 9/11, ever though those who warned them, were among the most educated people in our country, on the plans being made by bin Laden, and al Qaeda.

Rice: The president wasn't going to swat at flies!

They had eight straight months of non stop warnings from our experts.

They did not do one single thing to prevent them.

The result was that we lost over three thousand Americans.Cheney, or Bush, protecting Americans? They killed over four thousand Americans, in their war for oil, and untold hundreds of thousands in the loopholes for the energy corporations!

</span>
often requires leaders to act like real men, not some ACLU pansy.


<span style="color: #990000">Haven't you heard? Cheney is the Bionic man, far from a real man, lol.

But, your estimation of a REAL MAN, is a Yellow bellied coward, who hides in the bushes, and kills people who don't agree with their sicko wishes to dictate to others, what they may and may not do in their own lives.

That's not anything resembling the courage of all of the brave Liberal men and women, who have fought so hard for civil rights. Cheney's life has been all about money and power, regardless of the devastation he has caused to others, he was hell bent on getting his way, and well paid, I might add, for doing only what would service his energy cronies, ad to hell with American troops, being electrocuted in their showers, by his annd Bush's corporate cronies, who got no bid contracts, and stuffed billions into their pockets, as well. </span>

Yes, there are plenty of spineless detractors that would rather appease and surrender, who have nothing worth fighting for themselves.


<span style="color: #990000">There is a huge middle ground, between lying the country into a war for oil, sacrificing the lives of other people's children, while you hide away in your safe, undisclosed locations, and surrender or appeasement!

No one was for Appeasing al Qaeda, BTW, except Cheney and Bush, who forgot all about bin Laden, and franchised their operations for them.

They didn't care how many American soldiers died, in the interest of oil contracts for their cronies. </span>


Plenty gutless wonders who don't have the mental capacity to find any meaning in life and only want to live as servants to Islam rather than defend their pathetic existence. </div></div>


<span style="color: #990000">You're certainly the expert on gutless wonders. </span>

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LWW
08-31-2011, 04:19 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: hondo</div><div class="ubbcode-body">



Senator McCarthy’s zeal to uncover subversion and espionage led to disturbing excesses. His browbeating tactics destroyed careers of people who were not involved in the infiltration of our government. <span style="color: #3366FF">Yet the author can't name them?</span> His freewheeling style caused both the Senate and the Subcommittee to revise the rules governing future investigations, and prompted the courts to act to protect the Constitutional rights of witnesses at Congressional hearings... These hearings are a part of our national past that we can neither afford to forget nor permit to reoccur.[64]

The subcommittee first investigated allegations of Communist influence in the Voice of America (VOA), at that time administered by the State Department's United States Information Agency. Many VOA personnel were questioned in front of television cameras and a packed press gallery, with McCarthy lacing his questions with hostile innuendo and false accusations.[65] A few VOA employees alleged Communist influence on the content of broadcasts, but none of the charges were substantiated. <span style="color: #3366FF">Until the Venona cables that is.</span> Morale at VOA was badly damaged, and one of its engineers committed suicide during McCarthy's investigation. Ed Kretzman, a policy advisor for the service, would later comment that it was VOA's "darkest hour when Senator McCarthy and his chief hatchet man, Roy Cohn, almost succeeded in muffling it."[65]

The subcommittee then turned to the overseas library program of the International Information Agency. Cohn toured Europe examining the card catalogs of the State Department libraries looking for works by authors he deemed inappropriate. McCarthy then recited the list of supposedly pro-communist authors before his subcommittee and the press. The State Department bowed to McCarthy and ordered its overseas librarians to remove from their shelves "material by any controversial persons, Communists, fellow travelers, etc." <span style="color: #3366FF">And? Were people banned from reading them? No. Only from them being provided at taxpayer expense.</span> Some libraries actually burned the newly forbidden books.[66] Shortly after this, in one of his carefully oblique public criticisms of McCarthy, President Eisenhower urged Americans: "Don't join the book burners. […] Don't be afraid to go in your library and read every book."[67]

Soon after receiving the chair to the Subcommittee on Investigations, McCarthy appointed Joseph Brown Matthews (generally known as J. B. Matthews) as staff director of the subcommittee. One of the nation's foremost anti-communists, Matthews had formerly been staff director for the House Un-American Activities Committee. The appointment became controversial when it was learned that Matthews had recently written an article titled "Reds And Our Churches,"[68] which opened with the sentence, "The largest single group supporting the Communist apparatus in the United States is composed of Protestant Clergymen." A group of senators denounced this "shocking and unwarranted attack against the American clergy" and demanded that McCarthy dismiss Matthews. McCarthy at first refused to do this. But as the controversy mounted, and the majority of his own subcommittee joined the call for Matthews' ouster, McCarthy finally yielded and accepted his resignation. For some McCarthy opponents, this was a signal defeat of the senator, showing he was not as invincible as he had formerly seemed.[69]

[edit] Investigating the Army

In autumn 1953, McCarthy's committee began its ill-fated inquiry into the United States Army. This began with McCarthy opening an investigation into the Army Signal Corps <span style="color: #3366FF">Shown by the Venona cables to been riddled with Soviet agents.</span> laboratory at Fort Monmouth. McCarthy, newly married to Jean Kerr, cut short his honeymoon to open the investigation. He garnered some headlines with stories of a dangerous spy ring among the Army researchers, but after weeks of hearings, nothing came of his investigations.[70]

Unable to expose any signs of subversion, McCarthy focused instead on the case of Irving Peress <span style="color: #3366FF">Would that be the same Irving Peress who was shown to have been deeply involved with the communist party in the 1930's and 1940's?</span>, a New York dentist who had been drafted into the Army in 1952 and promoted to major in November 1953. Shortly thereafter it came to the attention of the military bureaucracy that Peress, who was a member of the left-wing American Labor Party <span style="color: #3366FF">Would that be the same ALP that was a front for the CPUSA, and which nominated Henry Wallace for POTUS ... the same Henry Wallace that turned out to be a Soviet agent?</span>, </div></div>

So, we see that you can cut and paste boiler plate jibba jabba ... which supports my contention BTW ... but you still haven't shown us an innocent victim.

I will credit you for bringing up several cases where history vindicated McCarthy.

<span style='font-size: 26pt'>BRAVO!</span>

LWW
08-31-2011, 04:22 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: hondo</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Good reading:


The nightmare decade:
the life and times of Senator Joe McCarthy



Fred J. Cook





Random House, 1971 - Political Science - 626 pages



Recreates the life of the controversial senator, focusing on his fanatical accusations of communist influence in the federal government </div></div>

Tell us the one again about how, before you were born and before WV had a single TV station, you watched senator McCarthy run the HUAC hearings in spite of the fact that he never participated in them at all.

That one's a hoot ... almost as good as when you saw Obama's face in the shroud of Turin.

Gayle in MD
09-01-2011, 02:49 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: hondo</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Good reading:


The nightmare decade:
the life and times of Senator Joe McCarthy



Fred J. Cook





Random House, 1971 - Political Science - 626 pages



Recreates the life of the controversial senator, focusing on his fanatical accusations of communist influence in the federal government </div></div>

Anyone who would defend McCarthy, cannot appreciate the exceptionalism of America.

McCarthy tore this country apart.

To anyone who would defend that pig, the only question is:

"Sir, have you no decency?" well, paybe not "Sir" lol, we don't say "Sir" to a compulsive LIAR, and slanderer, who has not honor at all, now do we?

Interesting, our country learned a huge lesson about the very thing that the right howls about all the time, a governmennt out of control, too powerful, too destructive, yet that is the very kind of Government they want.

None other than their favorite RW scags, venmm spewing Michele Bachmann, and Sara Palin, were instrumental in bringing back the sort of slimy political slander that McCarthy used to tear the country apart.

Bachmann, calling for the press to investigate representatives on The Hill, and of course, she meant Democratics, to check out their unAmericanism, LMAO!

Palin, shrilling, (She doesn't speak, she shrills) that President Obama had connections with domestic terrorists, was "Paling around with terrorists".

Talk about a cheap political trick, that was as low down as they come.

Repiglicans, refusing to say that our president is a citizen, and backing down on saying and doing the honorable thing, regarding those ridiculous lies, promoted non stop by Fux Noise, and by the sicko right in this country.

We must face the truth, that we have a bunch of very ill, RW wannabe dictators, in this country, who want government out of their own lives, but at the same time, they want to control it as a tool, to use against everyone who does not see things their way.

What a colossal Crock Of RW unAmerican delusion!

Oh, and BTW, the tourette's barker has now reached over twenty thousand posts, in under four years.

He really, really needs to think that we read every one of them, LMAO!

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So many pathetic wannabe "Stars" and so little time, BWA HA HA HA.

Love,
Gayle /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/wink.gif

LWW
09-01-2011, 02:55 AM
So ... you don't have the name of an innocent victim either?

Gayle in MD
09-01-2011, 11:05 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: llotter</div><div class="ubbcode-body">Dontcha just love Cheney? I sure do. Thank God there are strong-willed citizens around like him that understand that protecting the Constitution and the citizens often requires leaders to act like real men, not some ACLU pansy. Yes, there are plenty of spineless detractors that would rather appease and surrender, who have nothing worth fighting for themselves. Plenty gutless wonders who don't have the mental capacity to find any meaning in life and only want to live as servants to Islam rather than defend their pathetic existence. </div></div>


Both Powell and Rice, have stated he is taking cheap shots at former collegues, and that he is lying about them.

Cheney is a LIAR, that has been proven over and over again.


<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Quote:</div><div class="ubbcode-body"> <span style='font-size: 11pt'> "It certainly doesn't sound like me, now, does it?" Rice said in the interview. <span style='font-size: 11pt'>"I would never -- I don't remember coming to the vice president tearfully about anything in the entire eight years that I knew him."</span>"I did say to him that he had been right about the press reaction" to the administration's acknowledgment that the remarks about Iraq seeking uranium in Africa should not have been in Bush's speech, Rice said.

"And so I did say to the vice president, 'you know, you were right about the press reaction.' <span style='font-size: 11pt'>But I am quite certain that I didn't do it tearfully," she said.</span>Rice is the latest former senior Bush aide to fire back at Cheney's memoir and its characterization of the vice president's bureaucratic rivals.

<span style='font-size: 11pt'>Rice's predecessor, former secretary of state Colin Powell, on Sunday said Cheney's book levels "cheap shots" at colleagues and mischaracterizes (lies about)events.</span>

Rice said she believes her last contact with Cheney was at the groundbreaking ceremony for Bush's presidential library.

Asked if Cheney were trying to settle scores, Rice said, "I am not going to question the vice president's motives, because he is somebody with whom I had a good relationship and for whom I had, and still have, a great deal of respect."

"But I have to say that some of the things that he said about his colleagues are not in keeping with the high respect that I have always had for him," she added. <span style='font-size: 11pt'>"I think they do fall into the category of cheap shots."</span>

</span> </div></div>

It's official, has been for a very long time, Cheney lies, without conscience, as all authoritarian dictators do.

The man is evil, period, Without Conscience:

How many other evil, lying murderers do you admire?
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G.

LWW
09-01-2011, 12:09 PM
If Cheney was an "AUTHORITARIAN DICTATOR" ... then why isn't he still an authoritarian dictator?

Gayle in MD
09-14-2011, 09:50 AM
<div class="ubbcode-block"><div class="ubbcode-header">Originally Posted By: Gayle in MD</div><div class="ubbcode-body">That he is the same back stabbing, arrogant, delusional, lying POS he's always been.

Yet another deceitful liar from the Bush Administration, proving beyond a shadow of a doubt, that he is a Traitor and a LIAR, and that he should be arrested and tried for War Crimes.

His new book is another Repiglican fantasy of incredible gall, in which he justifies the breaking of every law and treaty which America held precious and paramount in protecting, patriotically, in order to maintain the higher intentions and nature, of America's honor.

This book by Cheney is as repulsive as it gets, given the extreme damages and loss of life and treasure which he caused, and all for NOTHING!

As in all Repiglican memoirs, the lies are profuse, and the justifications for law breaking, are repulsive.


No wonder five former Secretaries Of State, from both party's, have stated that the Iraq War was the worst foreign policy decision in American History!

Wake up Dickhead, you screwed up EVERYTHING! AND you're STILL incredibly pompous and arrogant, and living in a world of your own rewriting of historical FACTS, giving yourself a bye, for gross incompetence, and gross law breaking!

LIAR!

G.



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We must destroy Repiglican Fascism before it's too late!