The stigma attached to the Bush Dynasty has just been completely expunged by the President's request for renewed authorization of the War Powers Act and that clears the way for the election of JEB Bush and removes the need for a Judas goat to lead the Democratic Party.
Is it true that President Obama plans to hold a pro War Powers renewal rally for a limited number of high level members of the Democratic Party and that the exclusive event will be held in Nuremburg Pennsylvania?
Now that the liberals will be retroactively endorsing the Bush war agenda, our columns will focus on other more innocuous topics.
John Stewart is calling it quits. Good liberal punditry is rapidly becoming as old fashioned as linoleum flooring. If Karl Rove's plan for a thousand year Republican Reich is about to be realized, then, perhaps, the World's Laziest Journalist can revise the Bucket List and attack certain items with renewed vigor.
Willie Nelson has collaborated with an impressive number of other musicians and rather than criticizing Obama's endorsement of the Bush war strategy, we will now start a grass roots campaign to encourage fans to demand a collaboration album featuring duets done by Nelson and Mick Jagger.
[Note from the photo editor: We selected an enigmatic snapshot to illustrate this column related to a newsman's story that mocks the concept of fact-checking. It can't be a photo of a couple who died on May 23, 1934, if it shows people standing on a 1937 Plymouth.]
Brian Williams is quoted online as saying: "Your are only as good s the coach thinks you are."
Now the disk jockey will play Kitty Wells' "I don't claim to be an angel," CCR's "Run through the Jungle," and Bob Hope's theme song "Thanks for the memories." We have to go see if we can buy a WMCA Good Guy t-shirt. Have a "six months vacation without pay" type week.
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