Wednesday, February 15, 2006

UPDATE to 'If I stand real still and don't say anything maybe it will go away...'

Quick update for all of you loyal readers. V.P. Dick Cheney broke his silence on the shooting incident this past Saturday.

Talking with Brit Hume on Fox news Channel, "You can't blame anybody else," Cheney said in an interview with Fox News Channel. "I'm the guy who pulled the trigger and shot my friend. It's a moment I'll never forget.". The V.P. also went on to say "You could see where the shot had struck him... It was one of the worst days of my life."

While we at TBWA applaud the V.P. for standing up and accepting responsibility we along with democrats and republicans alike are still wondering why it too so long for Cheney or anyone in his staff to break the silence and speak to the incident.

Meanwhile, Harry Whittington remains in ICU following a heart attack yesterday which occurred as a result of a shot pellet lodging in his heart.

A question has to be raised also regarding the condition of Mr. Whittington. Should he die what if any, would the resulting charges be against Dick Cheney? We all know what would happen if the average American was out hunting and accidentally shot someone in the field.

Hopefully Mr. Whittington makes a full recovery and that issue never has to be addressed.

3 comments:

enigma4ever said...

oh, and I kinda had "a beer" at lunch....( oooops- yeah one beer??? I bet not)

joanjean said...
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joanjean said...

TO THOSE WHO HAVE THE POWER TO PERFORM ALL
GOVERNMENT CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONS:

I am Joni Jean Fabela, a deeply concerned registered voter.
I am respectfully requesting an answer to these three following questions.

1. How many laws will GEORGE W. BUSH and the BUSH ADMINISTRATION be allowed to break before they're held accountable for all of their criminal actions?

2. How many times will the CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES be ignored by the BUSH ADMINISTRATION until "WE THE PEOPLE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" declares a civil war?

3. Must another AMERICAN REVOLUTION take place in order for our government to halt their blatant abuse of power?

FOR THE SAKE OF AMERICA AND THE ENTIRE WORLD, THE BUSH ADMINISTRATION MUST BE STOPPED, INVESTIGATED AND PROSECUTED FOR EACH LAW THEY HAVE BROKEN; FOR EACH SEPARATE ACT OF CRIMINAL BEHAVIOR!


Respectfully,
Joni J. Fabela:
United States citizen