Don't you love farce?Nothing like going out with a bang.
My fault I fear.
I thought that you'd want what I want.
Sorry, my dear.
But where are the clowns?
Quick, send in the clowns.
Don't bother, they're here.
On the day that we end our Cheneypalooza, and the new series, started Sunday, by the Washington Post, "Angler - The Cheney Vice Presidency", offers its' final installment, we get this;
White House, Cheney's Office, Subpoenaed
Sniff ... Sniff ... You smell that? ... Could be another Cheneypalooza coming over the horizon ... Or, perhaps, a new Bushapalooza will be served up.
Today's Installment: Leaving No Tracks
Cheney Aide Explains Stance on Classified Material
Rules? For Fools.
Dick Cheney: No Fish Left Behind, Or Alive
"I Am Spartacus" ... The Bush Grindhouse and Cheneypalooza
Red Rover, Red Rover, Send Dickie Right Over ... Its' A Cheneypalooza!
We quoted from "Send In The Clowns", a Stephen Sondheim tune from "A Little Night Music". This writer always disliked - intensely - this song, done by many, many big-time artists until ... Until it was heard by the incredible - and our all-time favorite - male jazz vocalist, Mr. Bill Henderson, who, by far, offers the definitive rendition of this song.
A Little Night Music
Cheney and the National Security Secrets Fraud
(I wonder if Broder had to go out across the land, talking to "real Americans", to come up with this mea culpa)
The imperial vice presidency; New details about his secret mission to expand the power of the president show that Cheney, at the end of his career, refuses to loosen his grip.
Two of the stars of Cheneypalooza - Cheney, and Cheney's Cheney