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The White House Is Lying... Blatantly
Louisville Lip Wins Another Title
Drilling In ANWR Killed ... For Now
Arnie Loses His Props
Democrats Win In New Jersey, Virginia
E-Mail Says Fletcher Should Resign
Hillary Clinton Is Coming To Kentucky
The French Are Revolting...
Dick Cheney Wants CIA To Torture
Impeachment proceedings need to be filed against both President Bush and Ernie Fletcher. There seem to be so many parallels and the biggest is they keep lying, working under the assumption if they keep saying it loud enough and long enough, people will believe them. Unfortunately, there is some history to support that notion. Mark Nickolas at BluegrassReport picked up Mark Chellgren's story for the AP gives us a rundown.
FRANKFORT, Ky. - Gov. Ernie Fletcher met with a former Democratic state representative about a job in a state highway garage, an appointment that became the subject of an indictment of Fletcher's former chief of staff, according to evidence released Wednesday by the attorney general's office.
Fletcher continues to dig his own grave and President Bush is picking out his shovel. It's a shame our state and our nation are being put through this. I can only hope enough of this sinks and things can be gotten under control soon our country won't have anything left.
posted by Stithmeister @ 11:52 PM
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You want impeachment proceedings against them? You're gonna have to find an instance where thay got a consensual blowjob under the desk from a legal adult.
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