REPORT: Cheney says Bush left GM bankruptcy for the next guy This, according to former vice-president Dick Cheney, who reportedly admitted in a recent interview on Fox News that the Bush administration floated the $17.4 billion auto industry bailout package in order to give the outgoing administration enough time to exit and for the next […]Read more "Manipulating History 101: Deferring the Bush Depression"
Cheney: No link between Saddam Hussein, 9/11 WASHINGTON (CNN) — Former Vice President Dick Cheney said Monday that he does not believe Saddam Hussein was involved in the planning or execution of the September 11, 2001, attacks. [6.1.09] But, wink, wink nudge nudge… MR. RUSSERT: The Washington Post asked the American people about Saddam Hussein, […]Read more "Dick Cheney: Up is Down"
Obama says he will overturn the unconstitutional ones (…all of them?): I would call my attorney general in and review every single executive order issued by George Bush and overturn those laws or executive decisions that I feel violate the constitution,” The Daily AwesomeRead more "Finally, somebody gets it"
MoveOn.org Political Action: Bush and McCain Stand TogetherRead more "Bush and McClone Stand Together"
May 1, 2008 Poll: Bush most unpopular in modern history New poll numbers show bad news for president Bush. WASHINGTON (CNN) — A new poll suggests that George W. Bush is the most unpopular president in modern American history. A CNN/Opinion Research Corporation survey released Thursday indicates that 71 percent of the American public disapprove […]Read more "Mission Accomplished"
Administration official says ‘every nugget’ of surveillance info helps terrorists Nick Juliano Published: Wednesday October 31, 2007 Asst. AG says warrantless wiretap lawsuits harm national security Defending the Bush administration’s efforts to immunize telecommunications companies from any responsibility for their assistance in the likely illegal surveillance of Americans after 9/11, a top national security official […]Read more "Bush Administration: Defending the Constitution Helps the Terrorists"
Clinton vows review of executive power Michael Tomasky in Washington Tuesday October 23, 2007 Guardian Unlimited Hillary Clinton would launch a policy review as president with an eye towards giving up some of the executive powers accumulated by George Bush, she tells Guardian America in an interview today. The New York senator and frontrunner for […]Read more "Clinton: Less Megalomaniacal than the lame duck administration."
“I myself feel that our country, for whose Constitution I fought in a just war, might as well have been invaded by Martians and body snatchers. Sometimes I wish it had been. What has happened, though, is that it has been taken over by means of the sleaziest, low-comedy, Keystone Cops-style coup d’etat imaginable. And those now in charge […]Read more "Vonnegut on Bush"