Tuesday, September 27, 2005

VP tells FCC to investigate ABC

Even though Vice President Cheney is currently recuperating from heart surgery, he continues to take on a full load of government business. Just this morning, I carried a personal message from the Vice President to the Federal Communications Commission. Except for the cussing part, I agree with every word the Vice President wrote.

To: Michael K. Powell, Chairman
Federal Communications Commission

From: Dick Cheney, Vice President
The United States of America

Dear Mike,

I expected that when we appointed you to keep your eye on the TV networks, you'd be paying attention. So what the f--k have you been doing in that cushy job?

Do you know what's on TV tonight? Some piece of crap called "Commander in Chief". It's about a f--king woman president! A f--king c--t in charge of America. Is this why we have public airwaves? To let any retard put on any d--n TV show they feel like.

You know what this f--king show is all about, don't you? To get that lesbian c--t Clinton elected. In that stupid make-believe world of TV presidents, this dumb--s show is going to portray a woman doing a good job of running America. What a f--king fantasy.

Do we really believe a woman would have had the balls to invade Iraq like we did? No f--king way. Women dither.

..."Should we go in now or should we wait to see if there really are WMDs?"

..."Is Saddam dangerous or is he just pretending to be dangerous?"

..."Should I finish my vacation or should I take charge of this disaster?"

By the time a woman would have made up her menopausal mind, the term would have been over without any war.

Now this c--t, Geena Davis is going to pretend that she knows how to lead men, that she knows how to handle crises. Hurricanes may be named after women but you can bet they don't know what to do if one hits.

Isn't it bad enough we've got the "West Wing" on the air showing America that a cripple can run the country better than a marathon-running, brush-cutting, cyclist like George Bush.

Now we're going to have a mood-swinging, PMS-spraying, bimbo b---h telling half the voters in America (I don't expect any men to watch this horses--t) that a woman could do a better job of budgeting and diplomacy and all the other s--t that we do.

Do we really want America's women to start thinking that a distaff president is a reasonable possibility? Do we really want a bunch of c--ts standing around the water coolers of America tomorrow morning talking about how much better Geena Davis is than George Bush? Or worse, that Hillary Clinton is presidential material.

I want you to call up whatever a--hole at Disneyland is in charge of ABC and tell that f--ker that this "Commander in Chief" better be cancelled by next week or Mike, you can join your Dad on the unemployment line.

Best regards,

Is this the kind of person America wants as President? I don't think so. (I apologize for introducing this pornography into my diary but I think it's important for good Christian Republicans to see just the type of person this Geena Davis really is. Not the kind of woman you'd want your son to marry.)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

She's got my vote for sure. She obviously has nothing to hide. It's great to see a candidate who isn't afraid of the bare facts.

8:00 AM  
Anonymous John said...

I love your humour. I can see I am going to have to lighten up on my blog. I've been taking the death of freedom and the destruction of our way of life far too seriously.

12:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I really can't believe what I am reading. Such a memo is 100% unacceptable, in fact, we have a great show, a lot better than most shows on TV. If Cheney is pulling that kind of stunt, someone has to wonder what is going on behind the scenes.

2:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you fail to see the serious issues inherent in such a letter from our VP? The question should be, do we want a VP who is so sexist and insecure about even the possibility of a woman being in a leadership role that he'd ask the Chairman of the FCC to crack down on a television network for indecency?! It's no wonder we have allowed a constitution to be formed in Iraq that totally negates any form of women's rights. Apparently, that's what Cheney would hope to be the case here in the U.S. Ahh, if it weren't for all those pesky Civil Rights, Women's Rights, Gay Rights, etc. Movements...

When I have children, I hope my son (should he choose to do so, assuming he is straight of course) would have the courage to marry a strong, independent woman such as Davis.

Don't even get me started on your good Christian Republicans comment...if Cheney is supposed be representative of that ideal, then God help us all.

Clinton has my vote for sure...

2:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Besides, it's not the FCC's role necessarily to legislate decency in so much as Cheney and you think it should apparently.

2:41 AM  
Anonymous AhronZombi said...

You political people all might be in on the thing or just caught up in the lies, but get out of this phoney left right republican democrat idependant paradime. Join the fight for the truth and Rebel against the gov and the main stream ways, slaves will eventually all wake up and see what they are

4:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're a moron.

4:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

the owner of this blog is clearly engaging in politcal satire. i don't believe any of this is "real" and there's no way the white house would let a memo like that get published without the FBI taking this blog down and shooting the blog owner, without due process.

4:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The picture looks photoshoped anyway.

4:35 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well i doubt this is a true letter. If it was it would have been on the airwaves by now. But it was entertaining. If it is true, then it is really sad.

4:27 PM  
Blogger United We Lay said...

If you cannot clearly see the satire here, you are not very intelligent.

11:28 PM  
Blogger Daniel Levesque said...

Okay people, get a clue. THIS IS A JOKE! Every posting on this site is a joke! don't take it seriously. Sheesh!

3:06 PM  
Blogger Urban Chick said...


satire, people, let me spell it for you...


google it if you're still not sure

4:05 PM  

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