Considering the mess the Bush Administration is in, you, kind of, have to wonder why they haven’t resorted to their brand of patriotism again, i.e. outing a covert CIA Agent, as the majority of Garlic Poll Voters believe is what will happen.
After all, there are multitudes of critics, challenging, not only their policy, but also their veracity.
Surely somebody, somewhere, in the bowels of the CIA had to be "fair game" and fair enough to divert attention, as well as change headlines and conversations away from the Bush "Well, We Call It Justice" Department
Perhaps, Cheney's Cheney, new Vice President Chief of Staff David Addington, seeing how they cut Scooter Libby loose, wasn't going to be the fall guy during a second run-through.
And, no doubt, he's watched, anxiously, with beads of sweat accumulating on his forehead, as President Bush has let his Crony General swing and twist in the Congressional winds.
No, the Scooter is reading up on license-plate-making and Brownie is long past his "heck-of-a-job".
The lies and spins are casting such a shadow on the White House, they may just have to stop doctoring the reports and believe there really is something to this climate changing thing.
The Results - The Garlic's Weekly Poll March 26 - March 31, 2007
Boy, the way this thing is going, President Bush may have no better option with what to do with Crony General Alberto Gonzales than to ...
1. Have Vice President Dick Cheney leak and out another CIA covert agent to get him out of the headlines Tally 45%
2. Make him sit down for a biting, hard-hitting interview with Katie Couric Tally 24%
3. Nominate him to succeed John Bolton as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Tally 18%
4. Send him to Reverend Ralph, to give him the cure (something like he did for Ted Haggard) Tally 12%
This Week’s Poll - President Bush's advice to Tony Blair and the British, regarding their Iran Hostage Situation should include ...
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