Friday, June 17, 2005

Fertilizer and Flapdoodle

Democrats Urge Inquiry on Bush and the Iraq War.

"The intelligence and facts were being fixed around the policy," one of the participants was quoted as saying at the meeting, which took place just after British officials returned from Washington.

White House spokesman Scott McClellan says Conyers "is simply trying to rehash old debates."

In related news, democratic party leaders where asked why they didn't make a stronger case and press the president on this issue during the 2004 election--especially since party leaders and the international community WERE ALL AWARE of the MANY dubious reasons for going to war.

Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., replied. "That's absurd! We did press the president and we also tried to bring this to the public's attention but after Howard Dean screamed wheeeeeeeeee! we couldn't get a word in edge-wise."

The president was unavailable for comment however he did release a statement: "My fellow Americans, this is just absurd--that means relating to absurdism...this is just partisian politics. I'm a uniter not a divider. Freedom is on the march. You see, these people hate freedom--they can't stand it. I think we need to err on the side of life...need to create a culture of life by killing all enemies of democracy and freedom. God bless America."

Finally, former Secretary of State Collin Powel was asked to comment but declined. However his office did release the following statement: "Mr. Powel is enjoying his time away from politics and is spending time with family, traveling, and catching up on reading new works like the current New York Time's bestseller titled "On Bullshit."

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