Friday, June 22, 2007

I Love the Smell of Napalm in the Morning

Today is Friday, 22, June 2007.

This just in on CNN: Dick Cheney, President of Vice, claims the right to conceal his documents from his employers, the American people, on the grounds he's not part of the Executive Branch.

Would he be a member of the Animal Branch? The Vegetable Branch? The Mineral Branch?

Or just another fascisti?

6 Comments:

Anonymous Webster said...

There is no such word as "fascisti."

12:28 PM  
Blogger HH said...

Begging to differ, Poindexter.

In Italian, "fascisti" is the plural of "fascista", which latter is rendered in English as "fascist".

Granted, "the sort of errant pendantry with which I will not up put" might claim I should have said "fascista", but that is not the common American usage, at least since the late 1920s.

"That ... gasoline smell".

1:13 PM  
Anonymous Poindexter said...

Would that I were bilingual and thus your intellectual equal.

1:50 PM  
Blogger HH said...

Poindexter, hope I didn't offend or hurt your feelings.

I'm not all that bilingual, just a swiftly-aging veteran anti-fascist who happened to know a particular fact.

As to intellectual equals, we all know things others don't, and thus are all intellectually equal.

"It smells like ... victory."

3:15 PM  
Anonymous RtR said...

Sorta shoots that assertion of the unitary executive right in the ass doesn't it?

5:16 PM  
Blogger HH said...

Mayes Gilliam (in HEAD OF STATE): "The people can't decide! The people are too busy gettin' shot in the ass."

Word.

"Someday this war is going to be over."

5:28 PM  

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