Doug Flutie's drop kick yeserday wasn't that amazing? On the other end of the spectrum but mind bogglingly stupifying is this. Yesterday was also New Years Day and 2006 appears to be starting ominously for average Americans. President Bush has promised to stay the course of corruptive ineptitude at home in Iraq and around the world. Knowing what he showed us last year alone you have to be very concerned. Somebody will straighten me out if I am wrong and please do. Right off the bat he has shown that he is going to continue business as unusual. This is today's hot button issue that raises questions of double standards to many of us. Sadly enough double standards are situation normal with the President and his administration.
His justice Department is investigating the leaking of the
fact that the President okayed the nSA and others to spy on Americans. I know there is or was a mock investigation but I do not remember him willingly having the Justice Department investigating the leaking of Valerie Plame as a spy or Bush being adament about knowing the truth as to the leak even remotely, or announcing how damaging these asctions are to the country? I know Plame was a Democrat and Scooter and Rove's are his Republican cronies but still. where is that investigation today? Do not try to tell the truth and get in this presidents way. Dan rather can tell you that first hand.
There too the truth was told but it put the President in a true disreputable light so Mr. Rather was made to take the fall in order to protect the Presidents false image. I have been listening to the Sunday talk shows today and the Republicans believe this must be investigated because during times of war our ability to spy must not be compromised. This double standard crap has got to stop. It was no big deal when it was a democrat that was ratted on. With this Administration the childish political games will not stop but must. Both parties are so busy attacking each other that once again the facts and what should be important is not even mentioned. Sadly enough we start 2006 as we ended 2005 and this is not good for America.