No more jokes about anything,, some one somewhere has been through the brunt of those jokes whatever they are. I even know blond woman who resemble those blond jokes. Dont change it to red heads either,,there are just as many red heads who are like blonds,, so no more jokes,or sarcasm,, we must be like robots OK.
Everybody take a deep breath
There's a difference between joking about serious things and things that are not so serious.
BTW, don't forget to rule out brunettes for those outlawed jokes!:)
I doubt that Cheney has Alzheimer's, I think he merely implemented the "Sgt. Schultz defense.
72 times? That's it?!?! Sheet, Dick had a looooong way to got to beat this record-setting performance: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yRXFpHH0ClY
That's at the heart of Libby's prosecution...Libby remembered conversations differently than Tim Russert and Judith Miller. Benign and meaningless conversations (again, relative to all the other things they do and see on a given day) recollected years after the fact. Libby's prosecution was BS. Bush should have granted him complete amnesty. Fitzgerald's whole investigation was conducted nearly in its entirety AFTER he knew who the "leaker" was, and after he knew that the "leak" was nothing more than idle inside-the-beltway chit-chat.
Dick Cheney: Sorry, I just don't remember (72 times)
November 3, 2009 - 12:29am
Federal prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald famously declared in the Valerie Plame affair that "there is a cloud over the vice president." Last week's release of an FBI interview summary of Dick Cheney's answers in the criminal investigation underscores why Fitzgerald felt that way.
After all, after being asked 72 different questions and answering 72 times "I don't remember", something has to be wrong with his memory.
So, I ask again, does Dick Cheney have Alzheimer's?