Saturday, September 3, 2011
Dick Cheney's Book Is Less Memoir Than Fiction
You may have noticed, I didn't review or comment on Darth Vader's book. No intentional ommission, I just don't do fiction.
Now if Dick had written a book titled,Dick Cheney, Confessions of a War Criminal, I would have reviewed and commented on such an aptly titled and tragic memoir.
And to my black conservative friends - Condi Rice, Colin Powell, Michael Steele et al - see how fast the GOP leadership threw you under the bus after you served your purpose.
Specifically speaking, Dr. Rice and General Powell, notice how W has conspicuously not defended your service to the our country by repudiating Mr. Vader.
And not to forget our black conservative du jour:
Mr. Cain, I am sure you feel you are amongst friends at ya lil Tea Party soiree...but after all is said and done... well enuff said, I have a feeling you already know your place.
The more things change, the more they stay the same...
Finally, what are Dick's motives for setting the record straight?
He doesn't want to go to jail for his war crimes - even his daughter, Liz Cheney has acknowledged that he fears (justifiably so) being charged for war crimes.