Dan Froomkin at the Washington Post:

An apparent lie by Attorney General Alberto Gonzales could be easily cleared up, White House spokesman Tony Snow says — but doing so would require discussing matters that must remain classified in order to protect national security.

Original board game (and, yes, it really does say Auto-Spin on the original! ๐Ÿ˜† ).

FBI Director Robert Mueller testified before the House Judiciary Committee and contradicted Al Fredo. Half of the Gang of 8 (Semi-gang? Hemi-gang? Gangtet?) have contradicted Al Fredo. Former deputy Attorney General James Comey has contradicted Al Fredo. A 4-page memo from former national intelligence director John Negroponte contradicted Al Fredo. Last year’s testimony of former NSA director and now CIA chief , Gen. Michael Hayden, contradicted Al Fredo. So who do Chimpy and Tony Snow choose to believe? Al Fredo!
First, it was I don’t recall. Then, it was I have a letter from Fred Fielding, so I can’t tell you what I know. After that, it was executive privilege and ignoring subpoenas. Now, we are at phase 4, Everything is fine, but I can’t tell you why because it’s classified.


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8 responses to “Sssshhhhhhh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  1. nightowl724

    Oh, nonnie, nonnie, nonnie…

    Infinitely clever, dear! I’ll bet you cracked up as soon as you found this board game.

    What’s sad, is that they keep treating Americans more and more like children. What’s even sadder is that they are getting away with it!

    I mean, really, doesn’t this sound like something one first-grader would say to another? “I’ve got a secret and I’m not telling YOU! It’s for ME to know and YOU to find out! Nyah-nyah-nyah-

  2. Friend of the court

    Folks who are telling the truth, as a rule, don’t need to keep a lot of secrets. There is no worse way to disrespect someone than to tell them a lie. The Bush Administration is in contempt of the American People. Gonzo couldn’t even keep from laughing when he talked to Congress the other day.

  3. nonnie9999

    i googled to find the tv show and never knew that there was a board game until i found it accidentally. i was just about done with the graphic when i noticed the red lettering. it was hard to read, but i finally discerned that it said ‘auto-spin’, and i knew that this graphic was meant to be! ๐Ÿ˜†

  4. nonnie9999

    i noticed al fredo giggling, as well as the stupid smirk on his face. i did not hear even one talking head on tv mention his disrespect. i suspect next time he appears in congress, gonzo will get up on the table, pull out his tiny little weewee, and piss all over the place. i wonder if anyone will mention it.

  5. Friend of the court

    He will say that he doesn’t remember recalling doing it and they will give him a week, or so, to change his story.

  6. nonnie9999

    or, the capitol police (or custodial service) will collect the urine, hand it over to the fbi, where it will disappear, only so that the white house can say that the nsa did special testing and declared that the urine is not gonzo’s, and when the congress demands to see the urinalysis results, the white house will declare that they are classified. then tony snow will point out that there are a lot of senators in their 70’s and 80’s, so it is possible that it was one of them who did it, and the dems are just making political theater out of it all. then karl rove will start a huge propaganda campaign about the “leaks” in congress since the dems took over.

  7. Friend of the court

    Don’t give them any ideas. You are on the job, nonnie! I’m so glad that you use your power for the good. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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