'Constitutionally Flawed' Edgar Cheney And Charlie McBush Show

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    <center><h1><a href=http://www.washingtonpost.com/ac2/wp-dyn/A39787-2004Apr24?language=printer>Joint Appearance Stirs Speculation: Some Say Bush, Cheney Want One Story</a></h1></center>

    By Dana Milbank,
    Washington Post Staff Writer,
    Sunday, April 25, 2004

    <blockquote>Chairman Thomas H. Kean, asked at a news conference a few weeks ago about the White House's requirement that President Bush and Vice President Cheney appear together before his commission on the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, quipped: "Well, we recognize that Mr. Bush may help Mr. Cheney with some of the answers."

    Kean's remark sparked laughter among the assembled reporters because it turned upside down the assumption of the question, and of much of official Washington: that the White House requested the joint appearance, scheduled for Thursday, so Cheney could coach Bush on his answers. While Bush has declined to explain the rationale for the joint meeting, Democrats charge that Cheney would be a "ventriloquist," and even a number of independent observers say it appears that the two men are trying to keep their stories straight.

    Bush, asked twice at his recent news conference why he and Cheney required a joint appearance, declined to discuss the decision, saying, "It's a good chance for both of us to answer questions that the 9/11 commission is looking forward to asking us, and I'm looking forward to answering them."

    Bush aides have offered a somewhat more detailed explanation. Officials said they see the session as a way to tie together the testimony of many other administration officials. They also said that while the commissioners are free to address any subject, they expect the panel to focus on the actions on Sept. 11, and that because the two men were in separate locations, though in constant contact, presenting the narrative jointly would allow for a comprehensive chronology rather than two largely redundant accounts.</blockquote>

    It's gonna be interesting to see Dick with his arm up Dubbyuh's ass to the elbow. It'll be even more interesting to see if he can drink a glass of water while Dubbyuh's lips are moving.
     
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    Hi, Troll. :bye1:
     
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    Another hallucinated nonissue. Cool.
     
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    Main Entry: 1troll
    Pronunciation: 'trOl
    Function: verb
    Etymology: Middle English
    transitive senses
    1 : to cause to move round and round : ROLL
    2 a : to sing the parts of (as a round or catch) in succession b : to sing loudly c : to celebrate in song
    3 a : to fish for by trolling b : to fish by trolling in <troll lakes> c : to pull through the water in trolling <troll a lure>

    intransitive senses
    1 : to move around : RAMBLE
    2 : to fish by trailing a lure or baited hook from a moving boat
    3 : to sing or play in a jovial manner
    4 : to speak rapidly

    Source: <a href=http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Dictionary&va=Troll&x=12&y=9>Merriam- Webster Online Dictionary</a>
     
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    Thanks, rainman!
     
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    Wow, a not very bright troll either! :laugh:
     
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    Troll - "Reference to a person who enters internet chat rooms and forums for the sole purpose of creating havoc, controversy, and discontent. The word stems from the fishing term "trolling," which involves slowing pulling your line behind a boat in hopes of catching some unsuspecting fish as "bait" moves past them. In a similar manner, an internet troll makes posts or comments that he/she hopes will catch the interest of others and create the havoc that they crave."

    Funny, the page I found this on actually reminds me of you!

    http://www.TURDwords.com/viewWord.cfm?wordID=2025
     
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    I can just hear Bully now!

    "I buy my underwear at Kmart"
     
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    Well i suppose you would be the expert in having body parts up someone elses ass.
     
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    this actually makes sense, not the parrot or ventriloquist part, but I'm sure that Cheney was given authority and responsibility for several issues regarding this. It would only be logical because as VP, he'd have to be informationally prepared if something happened to the Pres.
     

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