A while back the press was closing in on a number of issues of corruption involving both the President and Vice President and it started looking like Bush and Cheney were in some real legal trouble. But suddenly there were a lot of great big terror alerts, everyone look over there, everyone get scared, there’s a big scary dragon, glorious leader will slay the dragon that is making you all scared, run around, run around, kill Iraq, frenzy, frenzy, kill Hitler, war, war, glorious leader HOORAY, HOORAY — whatever.
So tonite Bush is going to tell us that He has led us to Glorious Victory and the “threat to the United States from Baghdad has ended.” OK. Well that’s out of the way, then.
So where were we? Oh yeah, Bush and Cheney and Harken and Haliburton and conflicts of interest and SEC investigations and insider trading and tax evasion and corporate corruption, and a whole bunch of other things were starting to hit the news.
Take a look at BuzzFlash’s Bush Harken insider trading collection.
Remember hearing about Bush and Harken setting up offshore subsidiaries to dodge paying their taxes?
I remember I had several questions.
Does it all just go away? Is that how the American system of justice works now? Or is it time to start looking at this again, pick up where we left off?