Saturday, June 09, 2007


I will name Richard Cheney as the prime suspect in the mass murders of 9/11 and will establish that, not only was he a planner in the attacks, but also that on the day of the attacks he was running a completely separate Command, Control and Communications system which was superceding any orders being issued by the NMCC [National Military Command Center], or the White House Situation Room.

Michael Ruppert

"There's problems in Iraq, but it is not a terrible situation."

Dick Cheney

January 24, 2007


I'm watching The Situation Room.

Wolf Blitzer is going to tell viewers (after the commercial messages) why Vice President Dick Cheney needs a new battery for his ICD (implanted cardioverter defibrillator).

My question:

When is Dick going to get a new heart and brain?

Throw in a soul, too, that has a conscience!

Mr. Cheney is loathsome.

He lied about Iraq having WMD.

And then retold the lie.

And Dick holds on to this lie to this day.

It's now reported that Cheney is indirectly implicated in the Mafia-like stronghold on the (then) ailing Attorney General to sign off on the Terrorist Surveillance Program (TSP):

Official: Cheney Urged Wiretaps

Stand-In for Ashcroft Alleges Interference

By Dan Eggen

Washington Post Staff Writer


June 7, 2007

Vice President Cheney told Justice Department officials that he disagreed with their objections to a secret surveillance program during a high-level White House meeting in March 2004, a former senior Justice official told senators yesterday.

The meeting came one day before White House officials tried to get approval for the same program from then-Attorney General John D. Ashcroft, who lay recovering from surgery in a hospital, according to former deputy attorney general James B. Comey.

Cheney allegedly disagreed with Justice officials on the legality of surveillance.

Comey's disclosures, made in response to written questions from the Senate Judiciary Committee, indicate that Cheney and his aides were more closely involved than previously known in a fierce internal battle over the legality of the warrantless surveillance program. The program allowed the National Security Agency to monitor phone calls and e-mails between the United States and overseas.

Comey said that Cheney's office later blocked the promotion of a senior Justice Department lawyer, Patrick Philbin, because of his role in raising concerns about the surveillance.

Maybe Dick is in the last throes of his own self-delusion.

Forget the battery.

Get this man a new heart, brain and soul.
Got impeachment?

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