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Friday, October 05, 2007

And In Creepy News About Dick Cheney...


Anonymous Anonymous said...

wow it looks like even dick cheney is a jew-hater!
right, sword?
as reported by the AFP News Service:
"US Vice President Richard Cheney has considered provoking an exchange of military strikes between Iran and Israel in order to give the United States a pretext to attack Iran, Newsweek magazine reported in its Monday issue."

2:54 PM  
Anonymous Sword of Truth said...

Nothing puts Spooked's mental malfunctions more clear like him taking an article seriously that ends with the words "the coming of the ancient gods will be upon us once again."

Spook... you are completely @#$%ed in the head.

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sword, any idea what is being planned for Iran?

Nah, rather stick to bashing people willing to do the right thing.

It's personal for you, and it is not doing anything positive for the country.

4:26 PM  
Blogger BG said...

Don't you have the awareness to not touch anything Sorcha Faal writes????

8:37 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

Don't you have the awareness to not touch anything Sorcha Faal writes????

Apparently not.

But if you look at the piece, the actual facts are drawn from mainstream sources, which is why I thought it worth posting.

8:50 PM  
Anonymous Sword of Truth said...

BG - no-planers like you are, as a rule, dumb as a stick.

However, Spooked makes you look merely dumb, instead of @#$%ing retarded. After Spooked, you are perhaps the second worst example of hate driven stupidity.

12:54 AM  
Blogger spooked said...

VP Cheney makes quick trip to Utah to address secretive conservative policy group

Vice President Dick Cheney has departed Salt Lake City today after making a quick speech before a super-secret conservative policy group.
Air Force 2, a blue-and-white 757, took off about 2 p.m. - just about two hours after he landed. A small group of dignitaries greeted Cheney upon his arrival, including Gov. Jon Huntsman Jr. and family members.
Cheney made no public appearances.
The purpose of the trip - which is privately funded - was to speak to the Council for National Policy, a private group that permitted no press coverage. The four-day event that began Thursday is being held at a downtown Salt Lake City Hotel.

The Council's self-described mission is to promote "a free-enterprise system, a strong national defense and support for traditional Western values."
The organization -- made up of few hundred powerful conservative activists -- holds confidential meetings and members are advised not to use the name of the group in communications, according to a New York Times profile of the group.

3:10 PM  
Blogger spooked said...
The Council for National Policy (CNP), is an umbrella organization and networking group for conservative activists in the United States. The New York Times has described it as a "little-known group of a few hundred of the most powerful conservatives in the country," who meet three times yearly behind closed doors at undisclosed locations for a confidential conference.[1] It was founded in 1981 by Tim LaHaye as a forum for conservative Christians seeking to strengthen the political right in the United States.[2]

3:12 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

Today, Blackwater founder Erik Prince defended all of his company's actions in Iraq to the Congress (and to the American people) as being as close to earthly perfection as humans can achieve on god's earth. Prince, who is a also a founder of a right-wing foundation called "Freiheit," which is German for "liberty," aimed a laser-like scowl at the forehead of Chairman Henry Waxman and the other Democrats as they dared to ask questions of a CEO who has clearly grown accustomed to operating without oversight.

Herr Prince's appearance before the committee led me to wonder what he has been discussing behind closed doors lately as a member of the super-secret "Council for National Policy." Other right-wing luminaries who belong to the Council for National Policy include the Armageddonist novelist Tim LaHaye, and the right-wing evangelical leaders Pat Robertson, Tony Perkins, James Dobson, Gary Bauer, and Ralph Reed. The late Jerry Falwell was also a member. There also close ties between the CNP and the beer magnate Holland Coors, the NRA leader Wayne LaPierre, Phyllis Schlafly, Oliver North, Grover Norquist, and Frank Gaffney.

The Council for National Policy recently held a top-secret meeting in Utah that Vice President Dick Cheney attended.
"The media should not know when or where we meet," the Council instructs its members, "or who takes part in our programs, before or after a meeting."

All of this over-the-top secrecy raises the obvious question: What do these guys have to hide?

Are they already planning the next five or six new wars? Do they think they can create so much misery and mayhem in the Middle East that the messiah will return?

3:18 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

It's really Cheney and his ultra-conservative allies who are interested in this: "the coming of the ancient gods will be upon us once again."

3:20 PM  
Blogger spooked said...

But, yes, it is so much easier to call people stupid poopy-heads than try to come up with an intelligent comment.

3:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

sword_of a_poopy head !

4:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

by the way;
reagan and cheney are big ol' fags!

5:40 PM  
Anonymous Sword of Truth said...

Conspiracy Smasher, Instapinch and I are the only people here who are making intelligent comments.

1:28 AM  
Anonymous muebles said...

In my view one and all should browse on this.

5:43 AM  

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