Wednesday, October 20, 2010
Condi-Condi re-emerges to the adoration of her press fans
This song of Steve Earle's is still a reminder of how our star reporters and pundits love their Darling Condi. And not just the press. Despite her disgraceful and literally criminal conduct as National Security Advisor and Secretary of State.
Over at McClatchy Newspapers, where they still commonly practice real journalism, the Nukes & Spooks blog reports She's ba-a-a-a-a-ck 10/15/2010:
Condi remains a fascinating, often enigmatic person, someone who achieved much and rose to heights unheard-of for an African-American woman through hard work, determination and intelligence.
Glenn Greenwald writes about the lastest Condi-Condi manifestation of A political culture free of accountability Salon 10/15/2010:
I realize this is very childish, shrill and unpragmatic of me. All Serious people know that it's critical to let Bygones be Bygones and that Serious National Security officials must meet with one another across partisan lines to share their wisdom and insights. Still, the fact that Obama is not only shielding from all accountability, but meeting in the Oval Office with, the person who presided over the Bush White House's torture-approval-and-choreographing meetings and who was responsible for the single most fear-mongering claim leading to the Iraq War, speaks volumes about the accountability-free nature of Washington culture and this White House.Tags: accountability for torture, iraq war
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That we who lived by honest dreams
Defend the bad against the worse."
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