Saturday, March 14, 2009

Seymour Hersh: Pulitzer Prize Winning Crackpot

Seymour Hersh recently made the claim that Dick Cheney ran a secret assassination squad.

Having worked in Washington only a block and a half from the White House, during the entire Bush administration, permit me to lay this rumor to rest. Dick Cheney didn’t run a “secret assassination squad.” He didn’t have to. Many’s the time when I saw him being driven around in an open car, dressed in an SS uniform, just hanging over the side taking pot-shots at pedestrians with his Luger, laughing maniacally. A guy who’ll do that doesn’t need to be a secret assassin, and he’s sure not going to farm the fun out to anybody else.

So, Seymour, you still sticking to that story?

8 comments:

Dminor said...

"I‘m not interested in history because I'm trying to change things."

Starting with history itself, it seems.

The rest of his so-called excuse for lying speeches makes no sense, presuming they weren't delivered at a Comic Relief event.

Boy on a bike said...

It's not "secret" if everybody knows about it.

Duh.

JeffS said...

Seymour Hersh appears to be a pathological liar who can contain his urges for a time. Either that, or an outright psychopath who delights in smearing people.

If there's a difference, I mean.

richard mcenroe said...

I dunno, I like to think of Dick Cheney these days, watching the Obama 'administration' in action, sitting back before a roaring fire, sipping from a snifter of the Christian blood his buds in the Zionist movement slipped him, and laughing like Simon bar Sinister from the old Underdog cartoons...

RebeccaH said...

I know for a fact that half my little village disappears in the middle of winter.

Of course, most of them turn up again toward the end of March with suntans and pictures.

I blame Bush.

Isophorone said...

The scientific term for the study of cracked pots is "psychoceramics."

Paco said...

Isophorone: There you go! A whole new branch of scientific inquiry!

mojo said...

It's the glaze that makes the crackpot, though...