Tuesday, April 8, 2014


The news like feces stinks and there's a lot of it being thrown around. Talking Bag is on a news vacation, getting away from it all. Like going to Kansas and calling it a beach vacation. But an escaped lab monkey calling himself simply, "Grandpa," has filed this Special Report:


The foreign and domestic abuses perpetrated by the U.S. Government as an alleged response to 9/11 have been reported on and complained about for years...many years. Issues that include the rounding up, or rendition, and indefinite detention of prisoners without charge, their torture and sometimes death during interrogation, illegal spying, targeted killings, murder, rape, baseless and brutal warfare have all been highly visible in the news, and have resulted in public protests around the country. Several law suits have been brought before U.S. courts seeking justice for some of these abuses. Even someone who spent the last decade in a coma would be expected to be aware of what's going on.

But we are supposed to believe that the Chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee only recently became aware that our military and intelligence forces have been torturing and killing people. Makes me want to fling poo.

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Sen. Dianne Feinstein:

"...The resulting staff report was chilling. The interrogations and the conditions of confinement at the CIA detentions sites were far different and far more harsh than the way the CIA had described them to us..."

I stopped laughing at the bad joke that is Sen. Feinstein when I smelled the steaming pile that is Chief Justice Roberts. JOHN is the HEAD of this scatological SCOTUS. 

Chief Justice John Roberts wrote:

"...Spending large sums of money in connection with elections, but not in connection with an effort to control the exercise of an officeholder's official duties, does not give rise to such quid pro quo corruption. Nor does the possibility that an individual who spends large sums may garner 'influence over or access to' elected officials..."

It seems the Chief Justice would have us believe that money doesn't corrupt politics. Yea, right. It seems to me that since accepting a bribe is just cause to remove a government official, according to The U.S. Constitution, it is important to define bribe so narrowly that the crime ceases to exist. The semantics defense is our government's get out of jail free card, like when someone dies while being interrogated it isn't torture, it is simply enhanced Q&A.

What a load of crap.


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