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Tuesday, February 14, 2006

It's lawyer season

Apparently Dick Cheney agrees with William Shakespeare

The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers.

Vice Prez

After Cheney's Shooting Incident, Time to Unload...

It was one of those "everyone's a wise guy" days in Washington yesterday, thanks to Dick Cheney. Quipping at the vice president's expense was like shooting fish, or quail -- oh, never mind.

It's never a good thing to be a punch line in politics, and the vice president had the field to himself after accidentally shooting his hunting companion, Austin lawyer Harry Whittington, at a Texas ranch late Saturday. The accident left the 78-year-old man seriously injured. He was released from the intensive care unit yesterday.

Much is being made of the news not getting out on Saturday. My bet, is that if they had released the information sooner (would it ever be fast enough?) the criticism would that they cared more for spinning the issue before finding out the man was really out of danger. There is simply no way, a press eager to ridicule and criticize the Vice President or President, would simply give them a pass, when something as dramatic as this occurs. Especially, when they are taking their cues from the looney left. As it stands now, it appears the man made a mistake by not letting them know where he was. Seems like a good reason not to rush with getting the information out, along with, making sure he was out of danger first.

Me thinks Shakespeare had it wrong, we should start with the journalists.

sku2274 02-14-06

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