New Executive Order To Ban ‘Everything’

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Petulant Rump, seen here working on a new executive order in his recently redecorated Oval Office.

Petulant Rump announced today before leaving on his disastrous overseas trip that he is working on a new executive order to “ban everything bigly!” The newest ban from the gilded desk of the Velveeta Raccoon is slated to take effect immediately upon his arrival home on Monday. It would have been effective immediately but as Chief of Stuff Rank Penis told the assembled press (TASS, Pravda, RT) “we have to at least pretend to be making this overseas trip, before we cancel it suddenly on Sunday and return to D.C.” Asked why the trip might be cancelled, soon to be fired sycophant press spokesperson Sean Sphincter interjected “it’s all Obama’s fault, and… the emails… Benghazi!”

Man Shoots Self In Foot – Again!

This just in from the ‘You Just Can’t Make This Shit Up Department’

TRUMP SHOOTS SELF IN FOOT AGAIN BY HIP IS EVERYTHINGTrump Told Russians That Firing ‘Nut Job’ Comey Eased Pressure From Investigation

Source: New York Times
WASHINGTON President Trump told Russian officials in the Oval Office this month that firing the F.B.I. director, James B. Comey, had relieved great pressure on him, according to a document summarizing the meeting.
“I just fired the head of the F.B.I. He was crazy, a real nut job”, Mr. Trump said, according to the document, which was read to The New York Times by an American official. “I faced great pressure because of Russia. That’s taken off.” Mr. Trump added, “I’m not under investigation.”
The conversation, during a May 10 meeting the day after he fired Mr. Comey reinforces the notion that Mr. Trump dismissed him primarily because of the bureaus investigation into possible collusion between his campaign and Russian operatives. Mr. Trump said as much in one televised interview, but the White House has offered changing justifications for the firing.
The White House document that contained Mr. Trumps comments was based on notes taken from inside the Oval Office and has been circulated as the official account of the meeting. One official read quotations to The Times, and a second official confirmed the broad outlines of the discussion.
Read more: HERE …

Pro Tips For Reince Priebus For Donnie’s First Big Trip

Homebody Trump jets off on first foreign trip – and packs his ketchup
When Donald Trump sits down for dinner in Saudi Arabia, caterers have ensured that his favorite meal – steak with a side of ketchup – will be offered alongside the traditional local cuisine.
At Nato and the Group of 7 summits, foreign delegations have got word that the new US president prefers short presentations and lots of visual aids. And at all of Trump’s five stops on his first overseas trip, his team has spent weeks trying to build daily downtime into his otherwise jam-packed schedule.
It’s all part of a worldwide effort to accommodate America’s homebody president on a voyage with increasingly raised stakes given the ballooning controversy involving his campaign’s possible ties to Russia..

It’s going to be a very long 9 days for anyone who has drawn the short straw and is on babysitting duty for Donnie Bad Touch’s upcoming excellent adventure …
So here’s a little kit I’ve thrown together for Reince and the guys (‘cause I’m just that kinda helpful guy) … hope it helps out …

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  • Take advantage of early boarding.(having your own plane helps, and taking a flight previous to Donnie’s is even better) 
  • Make friends with other parents on the flight. (anything so you don’t have to talk or listen to Donnie and all that whining for the entire fucking plane ride!) 
  • Be prepared for a special chat with the flight attendant.(and local police) 
  • Bring activities.(Twitter usually works, plus it’s fun AF for the rest of us back at home) 
  • Bring snacks. (several buckets of KFC, a couple dozen taco bowls, anything that is lard encrusted, and scores of McDonald’s fries.)
  • Be ready for the walk of shame.(every time you get off the plane or go out in public)
  • Have a “sanity seat” (preferably several thousand miles away)
  • Be prepared for them to complain about their popularity, ratings, Hillary, Obama!!! and his tiny hands and his penis size – his friends don’t call him “genitalius minimus” for nothing.
  • Lie, lie, lie to the fat orange bastard him about how long this will take.


    and Reince, when all else fails try this first …

    (Reince: you may need  to use the whole pack – he is one huge, hefty, nasty baby after all)



    and follow up with this, if the Valium fails …


    … and if none of this helps, then, too fucking bad, he’s your monkey, it’s your circus …
    try not to embarrass America any more than you have to, this whole shit show tire-fire has already been embarrassing enough.



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    Huge Relief: Russian Officials Can’t Figure Out Which Of The 50 Things President Trump Screamed At Them About ISIS And Airplanes Was Classified Information

    President Trump meeting with Russian officials in the Oval Office.

    Well, in a week of disturbing revelations and utter chaos in Washington, here’s a silver lining at last.
    On the heels of the alarming news that President Donald Trump went off script last week in a meeting with the Russian foreign minister and ambassador and disclosed highly sensitive information to the Russian government, this is a welcome update that should put you at least temporarily at ease: According to new reports, Russian officials can’t seem to figure out which of the 50 things the president screamed at them about ISIS and airplanes yesterday was classified.
    Phew, that’s a relief!
    Sources close to the Russian government admitted early this afternoon that, although they understood that Trump had divulged top-secret information, they had absolutely no idea how to parse through the deluge of airplane facts and ISIS intel he shouted at them during their 25-minute meeting. Although members of the Russian intelligence community have spent the last week frantically poring over the contents of the president’s wide-ranging tirade about ISIS, Boeing, potential terror attacks, potential terror attacks on planes, Air Force One, American espionage, and “very large and powerful jet engines,” they are said to be no closer to knowing what is and isn’t highly sensitive material.
    Accounts of the meeting indicate that Trump spent the bulk of their time alternating between screaming a list of all the types of airplanes he knew and detailing the specifics of impending ISIS terror plots, pausing at one point for a brief digression in which he intimated to Russian ambassador Sergey I. Kislyak that a “strong airplane so nice you wouldn’t believe” was under construction at an unspecified location in Eastern Europe.
    Thankfully, Russian attempts to glean any pertinent information whatsoever from the encounter have so far been stymied by their inability to identify who Trump meant by “the most gorgeous Middle Eastern man who has a plane” as well as their total failure to decode the president’s remark that “international flights from the U.K. to here have the most marvelous programming, including HBO, which has the absolute best programming, sometimes about ISIS.”
    Yikes. This was definitely a close call. Whether the classified information Trump leaked was related to airplanes or ISIS, the White House has got to know this can’t happen again. Here’s hoping that the Russians never manage to sift through everything Trump said to find intel they can exploit and that the U.S. is able to avoid another diplomatic nightmare like this one in the future.
    from the patriothole

    Donnie Bad Touch’s Long National Nightmare – Part 853.2

    Whiner in Chief Donnie Bad Touch, on Tuesday, admitted that he revealed “highly classified” information while meeting with Russian officials last week, contradicting his administration’s earlier attempts to deny the story. Early Tuesday morning, Trump proclaimed that he has “the absolute right” to share any information he wants:


    To summarize…
    Tillerson: He didn’t do it.
    McMaster: I was there. He didn’t do it.
    Dina Powell: Lies! He didn’t do it.
    Trump: Yep, I did it.
    America: Fuck me, we’re all gunna die!

    And all just so an old, dickless, insecure dementia victim can get his brag on … wow.

    And still, Paul Ryan, Mitch McConnell, Steve King and the rest of the Republican dog and phony show, cowards that they are, are defending this idiot until the end … which hopefully, for the sake of democracy in America, won’t be much longer.
    Ladies and gentlemen, may I present today’s GOP: Profits and power over country! Always!

    That Kid Just Ain’t Right In The Head Mabel …

    Trump revealed highly classified information to Russian foreign minister and ambassador
    Source: The Washington Post
    By Greg Miller and Greg Jaffe
    President Trump revealed highly classified information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador in a White House meeting last week, according to current and former U.S. officials, who said that Trumps disclosures jeopardized a critical source of intelligence on the Islamic State.
    The information Trump relayed had been provided by a U.S. partner through an intelligence-sharing arrangement considered so sensitive that details have been withheld from allies and tightly restricted even within the U.S. government, officials said.
    The partner had not given the United States permission to share the material with Russia, and officials said that Trumps decision to do so risks cooperation from an ally that has access to the inner workings of the Islamic State. After Trumps meeting, senior White House officials took steps to contain the damage, placing calls to the CIA and National Security Agency.
    This is code-word information, said a U.S. official familiar with the matter, using terminology that refers to one of the highest classification levels used by American spy agencies. Trump revealed more information to the Russian ambassador than we have shared with our own allies.

    Laughter Is The Best Medicine

    Trump Suggests He Could Handle Press Briefings Instead Of Sean Spicer

    The president raised the idea of ending daily briefings by his press secretary and holding a press conference himself every two weeks.
    President Donald Trump on Friday floated an alternative to his press secretary’s traditional daily press briefings: Himself.
    During an interview with Fox News host Jeanine Pirro, to air on Saturday, Trump suggested he moves too quickly for his communications staff. One solution, he said, is “we don’t have press conferences.”
    “You don’t mean that,” Pirro responded.
    “Well, just don’t have them,” Trump said. “Unless I have them every two weeks and I do them myself, we don’t have them. I think it’s a good idea.”

    Oh please, please, please … c’mon … you can do it!
    Pretty Pleeeease …..

    Oh Nooooeeesss!!!!! Run!!!!!

    We’re All Fucked! – Bigly!
    Why does this shit always happen on the weekend?

    Horacio Villegas, who is commonly referred to as the “Messenger of God,” is confident that World War 3 will begin on May 13. Although the self-proclaimed prophet has not provided proof of his claim, Villegas predicted Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential win. He also predicted that the new president “would attack Syria” and would clash with leaders in China, North Korea, and Russia.
    Horacio Villegas’ predictions are based on a combination of factors, including his own personal visions, the Catholic religion, and predictions made by other prophets.


    Villegas said his World War 3 prediction came to him in a dream. In the dream, the prophet reportedly saw “balls of fire falling from the sky and hitting the Earth… people everywhere… running around trying to hide from the destruction.”
    Horacio believes the “balls of fire” represented nuclear missiles — which he predicts will “fall on cities and people throughout the world.”
    Villegas said he is certain a nuclear war will begin on the 100th anniversary of an appearance of Our Lady of Fatima — who, according to the Catholic religion, is the Blessed Virgin Mary.
    According to Catholic beliefs, Our Lady of Fatima appeared in a Portuguese village a total of six times between May 13 and October 13, 1917. During her last appearance, she predicted World War I would soon end and the soldiers would return to their homes.
    Horacio Villegas said the anniversary date is particularly significant. Therefore, he has predicted World War III will begin on May 13, 2017, and will end on October 13, 2017.
    According to the self-proclaimed Messenger of God, World War 3 will start with a conflict between the United States and North Korea. On his blog, which is titled Prophecy in the Making, he specifically cites “secret meetings” at the White House and Buckingham Palace — which he believes prove war is imminent.
    In 2015, when Horacio Villegas first predicted Donald Trump would win the presidential election, the Messenger of God called the businessman and television personality an “Illuminati king” who would eventually “bring the world into” World War 3.
    In 2016, the self-proclaimed “supernatural being” sent copies of his books to several religious leaders, including “Catholic bishops and cardinals,” in an attempt to prevent another world war. However, to his dismay, his warnings were largely ignored.
    Horacio Villegas and Nostradamus are not the only people who have predicted World War 3 is imminent. Irvin Baxter, who runs EndTime Ministries, believes the end times are near and the proof is in the Bible.
    According to Baxter, World War 3, which will kill an estimated two billion people, “is just ahead.” He cites passages in “Revelations,” which state, “Out of the chaos and destruction, a strong leader will rise to promise peace and security. The Antichrist will step onto the world scene at just the right moment. He will provide firm direction but he will also demand absolute obedience.”
    Baxter also believes four major prophecies, which include “a peace plan in the Middle East, construction of Israel’s third temple, preparing for the mark of the beast, and a war that originates from the Euphrates River,” are all coming to fruition. Therefore, he predicts a great war, which will kill “one-third of the human race… is coming sooner, rather than later.”
    Although prophecies are most often vague and open to interpretation, Horacio Villegas has given the world a specific timeframe for World War 3 — which he claims will begin on May 13, 2017. from the Inquisitor

    you may also wish to peruse:
    It’s The End of the World As We Know It, And I’m Gunna Miss Cheese Whiz and Hockey
    Apparently It’s Not The End of the World As We Know It, And I’m Not Gunna Be Missing Cheese Whiz and Hockey

    and for those of you who need to depart this mortal coil with at least a little peace of mind, read this and feel better … seriously, a must read …

    If It Quacks Like A Duck …

    “What Is The First Word That Comes To Mind When You Think of Donald Trump?”

    Over the last week, Quinnipiac University asked Americans for the first word that comes to mind when they think of President Trump. The answer given more times than any other was “idiot,” followed by “incompetent” and “liar.”


    Note: 13 people went with asshole … seems low … just sayin’ …
    Also curious as to why ‘traitor’, ‘crook’, ‘grifter’, ‘fraud’, ‘con-man’, ‘mistake’, ‘sociopath’, ‘petulant’, ‘impeach’, “Velveeta”, ‘spray tan’ and ‘pervert’ aren’t there …
    and how the fuck is ‘fascist’ not number 1?
    oh well, next year I’m sure …

    Note: Dolt 45 is down to a 36 percent approval rating in the university’s latest national poll. The mark sits just one percentage point above the 35 percent approval rating he got on April 4, his lowest since taking office.
    Every number in this poll is bad.
    The majority of Americans say the Prima Donnie is “not honest,” lacks leadership skills, doesn’t care about average Americans, is not “level-headed,” and does not share their values. On the economy, immigration, foreign policy, and terrorism, more Americans disapprove than approve of the job he’s doing.
    The poll also shows that Trump is losing support even in the eyes of his biggest fans.(support among white men)  Approval among this bedrock group for Trump dropped below 50 percent in the past week, with only 48 percent of white men saying the president is doing a good job. Forty-six percent disagreed.
    And the poll result that is sure to most enrage the Velveeta Raccoon …
    When asked ”When it comes to who Americans trust to tell them the truth”
    57 percent say the media wins out over Trump.

    The Grifter Chronicles : Donnie Goes Full Putin

    The Cock Holster Diaries

    As Donald Trump met with Russian officials Wednesday in the Oval Office following his dismissal of FBI director James Comey, the media was let in … the Russian media.

    MSNBC’s Andrea Mitchell (among others) has now reported that TASS, a Russian news agency, was allowed into that meeting for pictures of Trump, Russian Ambassador Surgey Kislyak, and Russian Foreign Minister Surgey Lavrov.

    When the White House press corps was finally allowed into the Oval Office, they were greeted by Trump and former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger. As Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff told Mitchell, “You just can’t make this stuff up. The American press is kept out, the Russian press evidently allowed in.” Schiff added that Russian Foreign Minister Lavrov is “more consistently on point” with Trump’s message than his press secretary Sean Spicer.

    Lavrov, at an event immediately following his meeting with Trump, told reporters that all this controversy around Comey’s dismissal was “false news” according to Trump.


    The Comey Clusterfuck – A Little History

    What Was the Saturday Night Massacre, and Why It’s Being Compared to Trump’s Firing of Comey
    Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey was compared by many to the infamous Saturday Night Massacre of the Nixon presidency

    Shortly after U.S. President Donald Trump fired FBI director James Comey, speculation arose that the dismissal was motivated not by the ostensible reason – that the FBI director mishandled the probe into Hillary Clinton during the election – but because Comey was in charge of the investigation into alleged ties between the Trump campaign and Russia.
    The dramatic turn of events took Washington by surprise, and many commentators and lawmakers compared the firing to the Nixon Presidency’s Saturday Night Massacre, one of the most sordid moments in White House history.
    The events of the Saturday Night Massacre transpired on October 20, 1973, in the midst of the Watergate Scandal. Independent special prosecutor Archibald Cox, who had been appointed to investigate the events surrounding the Watergate break-in, had issued a subpoena to President Richard Nixon, demanding copies of taped conversations recorded in the Oval Office.

    READ IN FULL: Trump’s letter to Comey informing him of his termination               

    Nixon refused to comply, and offered instead to have Senator John C. Stennis – who was hard of hearing – summarize the tapes for Cox. Cox refused the compromise, and on the next day Nixon ordered Attorney General Elliot Richardson to fire Cox.
    But Richardson refused, and resigned in protest.
    Nixon then turned to Deputy Attorney General William Ruckelshaus with the same demand. But Ruckelshaus also refused and resigned.
    Nixon then brought in Solicitor General Robert Bork to the White House, where he was sworn in as Acting Attorney General. Bork then proceeded to write the letter firing Cox, per Nixon’s demand.
    The events of the night roiled the United States, rattling the president’s already shaky approval rating, and have been known as the Saturday Night Massacre since.
    Cox was eventually replaced by a second special prosecutor, who managed to obtain the Oval Office tapes. Facing impeachment, Nixon resigned less than a year later.
    Meanwhile, in the present, the Nixon Library was not too pleased with the comparisons between its namesake and Trump, tweeting:



    The Comey Clusterfuck – Echoes of Nixon

    Echoes of Nixon in Comey firing

    By The Republican Editorials      From:

    Richard Nixon is back in Washington, at least in spirit.
    On Tuesday, President Donald Trump fired FBI chief James Comey, who had been directing a probe of the Trump campaign’s links to Russia and of Russian meddling in last year’s presidential election. Why? According to the White House, Comey was axed because the administration was unhappy with his handling of the investigation of Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server while she was Secretary of State.
    Yeah, sure.
    No rational, sentient person can believe that Comey was given the boot for any reason other than his probe of the Trump campaign’s links to Russia, and Russian efforts to tilt last year’s presidential election toward the former reality TV star.
    Upon moving into the White House, Trump had a portrait of Andrew Jackson, our nation’s seventh chief executive, displayed prominently in the Oval Office. Because he believed, it was clear, that he’d be as transformative a figure as was the man called Old Hickory.
    He reached too far, not only back in time, but also in character. Rather than resembling Jackson, Trump, with his sacking of Comey, was acting just like former President Richard Nixon – the most paranoid, most vindictive of modern chief executives, a frequently unstable man whose tyrannical leanings are legion.
    Next time you see a photograph of Trump sitting before that painting of Jackson, imagine instead it’s the spirit of Nixon looking over the new president’s shoulder, offering, ah, moral guidance.
    Questions about Russia’s interference in last year’s election and the Trump campaign’s connections with Russian operatives cannot be waved away with a magic wand. This is the real world, not some episode of “The Apprentice” where a raging Trump gets to shout: “You’re fired!”
    The Russian investigation is now going to be left to Congress. Members of both parties must rise above the partisanship that has riven the land, and our federal city, to see that the probe is not swept away with Comey’s firing.
    Anyone can see clearly that the next FBI director will be some Trump lackey. (You could do worse than to choose New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie or former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani in the office pool.)
    What Trump did on Tuesday when he fired Comey was indefensible. It’s the kind of thing one expects to see happen in some far-flung land ruled by a despot, not in the world’s oldest continuous democracy.
    The White House’s excuse for why it gave Comey the old heave-ho was laughable. Because of his handling of Clinton’s emails? No one over the age of about 6 should be expected to swallow that one.
    There’s every reason to believe the evening of May 9 will be seen as a turning point in the young administration of the first president elected without having had either prior political or military experience. It’s entirely possible that it will mark the day when even many of Trump’s supporters, the folks who had continued to back their man no matter what, finally began to find his behavior beyond defending.
    Why did Trump fire Comey? Because of Russia. The answer is as plain and simple and as clear as can be. It’s as clear as Nixon’s firing of special prosecutor Archibald Cox in October 1973, at the height of the Watergate investigation.
    That move would lead ultimately to Nixon’s resignation. Though we’re nowhere near that territory now, the gravity of the two firings is comparable. Comey, of course, was FBI director, not a special prosecutor. But their ousters are eerily similar.
    This is a watershed moment for the Trump administration.
    We, the people of the United States, represented by our elected officials, are supposed to be running the show.
    When a U.S. president, often referred to as the leader of the free world, begins instead to resemble a tinhorn dictator, no one should turn a blind eye to what’s going on inside the White House.

    The Comey Clusterfuck – The Dark Timeline Gets Darker

    The Dark Timeline Gets Darker: Brief Thoughts on the Comey Firing

    Let’s lay out some brief thoughts here on the fuckery that’s occurred today in the firing of FBI Director James Comey by President Donald Trump.
    1. Comey should have been fired by President Obama for his interference in the 2016 election. He was a completely vindictive bastard to Hillary Clinton in his letter about…oh, fuck you know all this shit. Fuck that guy. Hard.
    2. The Deputy Attorney General said that Comey’s dismissal was recommended because of his handling of the Clinton investigation, including his press conference announcing no charges and his statements close to the election about the emails on Huma Abedin’s computer. Comey has lied his ass off since about that latter action.
    3. But there is no fucking way that that is the reason that Trump fired Comey. The FBI is anal-probing the connections between the Trump campaign/administration and Russia. And if Trump gave a happy monkey fuck about Comey’s handling of the Clinton email case, well, who the fuck keeps such an incompetent prick on the payroll, running a giant intelligence-gathering and law enforcement agency, for months?
    4. No, fuck that. The Clinton shit is an obvious cover story. Comey was fired because he’s dangerous. He’s fired because Trump wants heads to put on the White House fence to threaten others. He can line up Comey’s next to the noggins of Sally Yates and Preet Bharara. Trump’s letter of dismissal said, in part, “I greatly appreciate you informing me, on three separate occasions, that I am not under investigation.” Jesus, how pathetic to shiv a man while you talk about how awesome you are. How frightening that Trump seems to be discrediting anything that comes out of the FBI against him now that Comey is gone.
    4a. And Trump had been ordering Jeff Sessions to find a reason to fire Comey since at least last week. These fuckin’ fascists.
    5. Not scared yet? We no longer have a functioning Justice Department. We don’t have a Congress that will check or balance the president in even the smallest ways. We have a president who doesn’t care about anything other than protecting his orange ass and centralizing all power within him and his small cadres of hellspawn and spunk monkeys. And he’s gonna appoint someone from that cadre to erase the investigations so he can gallivant on with his awful presidency.
    6. Yeah, fuck Comey for what he did. But fuck anyone who thinks this is okay, that it’s all cool just because Trump can fire the people he’s fired. And fuck us, again and again, for allowing this mongrel age to happen.
    6a. Fuck us even harder if an independent investigation isn’t launched on this and everything else.
    7. Somewhere, the corpse of Niccolo Machiavelli is laughing its bony ass off.
    8. In Hell, Richard Nixon rolled his eyes and wondered where the fuck this GOP was back in the 1970s. And then he was dipped back into the shit pit.

    by the Rude Pundit

    The Comey Clusterfuck – A Dark Day

    Future generations may mark today as one of the truly dark days in American history, a history that may soon take an even more ominous turn.

    President Trump’s …sudden firing of FBI Director James Comey is a matter that should deeply concern every American, regardless of party, partisan politics or ideological leanings.

    The independence of our law enforcement is at the bedrock of our democracy. That independence, already grievously shaken under the brief tenure of Attorney General Jeff Sessions, is now shattered by uncertainty.

    The firing of an FBI Director is always a very serious matter in normal times. But these times aren’t normal. Far from it. The Bureau is engaged in one of the most important and perilous investigations of this or any other presidency—the investigation of connections between the Trump election campaign and the Russian government.

    The questions mount and the shadow grows darker. What were those connections? What did Mr. Trump know about them and when did he know it? How can the President explain the serious allegations against his former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn? And what is President Trump hiding in this regard? It’s imperative that the nation—We The People—get answers to those questions. It will take time, but the process must start now.

    A politicized FBI is the last thing we need as we struggle through the maze of lies, concealment and ever-deepening mysteries. The last time a President fired prosecutors who were investigating him was Richard Nixon during the widespread criminal conspiracy known for short as “Watergate.” We all know how that turned out. In real ways, this potential scandal and coverup are much graver. We are talking about the very security of the United States and the sanctity of our republic.

    Thomas Paine famously wrote in 1776: “These are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. ”

    I see this as having the potential for a similar reflection point in our American story. If there is a cover up, if our nation is at the risk that has certainly been more than suggested, it is incumbent upon everyone who claims to love this nation to demand answers.

    We need a special prosecutor. We need an independent investigation. There is, obviously, much we don’t know about what has just happened, why it happened and why now. Just as obviously there is much more, so much more that we need know. We need to damn the lies and expose the truth.

    Dan Rather, from News and Guts