Friday, May 12, 2006

Well, Well, Well...
Rove May Get a Cell


It started this evening around 6 p.m. with a message on my cell phone from Left of Center Dusty in California.
It seems, according to Jason Leopold at Truthout.Org, Karl Rove has told Bush he's about to be indicted and that when he is, he'll step down.
I hate these kinds of slow buildups to potential blockbuster news, but Leopold has had a pretty good track record of accuracy in his predictions, so I am in pre-celebratory mode.

How wonderful it is to ponder the prospect of Bush's brain being excised from the West Wing.

I wonder what that might do to Bush's already plummeting polls?
How glorious it is to imagine Rove in prison, getting bent over a bench in the yard and pounded up the ass by a weightlifting brute of a lifer named Hakeem, whose 1970s, politcally motivated conversion to Islam did not include the "no forceable sodomy" rule.
It may be spiritually wrong to wish ill-will upon someone, but Rove is not human enough to be considered a person.
His decades of evil schemes against innocent people have denied him the right to be treated humanely. He deserves everything bad about prison life to happen to him.
Oh sure, the justice system might take forever to try and convict the pink fat bastard, but just the idea of him being too occupied with his defense to stay involved politically is satisfying in and of itself.
After his recent demotion, the GOP Lie Machine said he planned to direct his attention on the upcoming House and Senate races.
How'd you like to be a GOP running for office and get a call from Rove, offering to meet with you at your office to help you plan your race? The Paparazzi would be on them like pimps on a crack whore.
I don't like Bush or Cheney, but if I had to pick between the three, seeing Rove indicted will bring me just as much joy as seeing the other two bums perp walked across the White House lawn.
The wheels have been flying off the Bush wagon all year, but with Rove indicted, the engine just fell out.
After five years of bitching about Rove, the anticipation of vindication is truly a blessed event.

10 comments:

Karen Zipdrive said...

If I'm not mistaken, Jason Leopold broke the Scooter Libby indictment story a week ahead of bloated blogs like AmericaBlob.
I guess it takes a real journalist to break real news.
And Leopold doesn't whine for contributions like a bad Greek belly dancer.

BigSis said...

This is the news we've all been waiting for. Hope it all happens to Rove in a way he deserves. Can I amend that bet on when Bush drops in ratings below Nixon and Carter?

Bill Maher just said he just dipped into the 20's. The audience cheered.

The Educated Eclectic said...

Oh KZ - let's just go with Jason! Right on! My nerves need this indictment!

:)

Karen Zipdrive said...

Bill Mahar's show tonight was brilliant. In fact, my next entry is inspired by something he said.
Stay tuned.

Karen Zipdrive said...

Didn't y'all love Richard Clarke on Bill Mahar's panel?
He's the internationally noted terrorism expert who served as a security advisor for Bush 41, Clinton and Bush 43- until Bush fired him for telling the truth about Iraq.
His novel, 'Scorpion's Gate' is worth a read. He circumvented the CIA's efforts to censure him as a writer by calling his book a novel rather than an expose of the neo-con Bush criminals and their Keystone Kops style of national security.

Lulu Maude said...

We should have a cyber-party when Rove is indicted. Karen, you have an eye for recipes... what'll our refreshments be?

Karen Zipdrive said...

Lemme see...a menu...
How about classic prison cuisine?
For starters, we'll toast with some vintage, May 2006 Pruno from the Levinworth vinyards.
Then I'd say a warm, steamy bowl of Ramen noodles, a quarter of a Hershey bar and perhaps something starchy left over from lunch- like cold instant mashed potatoes, flavored with a crumbled beef bullion cube.
Bon appetit!

dusty said...

Its only perjury and lying to investigators per Jason Leopold..same shit as scooter..new story up today at Truthout..krazy karl served.

Karen Zipdrive said...

Perjury is a felony.
No wonder they fired him as Deputy Chief of Staff.

Lulu Maude said...

Great menu!

I keep searching for news of this... I guess I'll have to wait through the weekend. It's driving me nuts.

The man is evil, evil, evil.