Boy, do we have a conundrum with that report on the CIA that was making all that fuss yesterday!
SOOOOoooooooo! “Let’s get things back into perspective here!”
Near as your ever faithful reporter can figure out ……….., these are the facts!
1. The program was started by Bill Clinton, but ya don’t hear about that because he was a Democrat, and the whole report is a political smear concocted by a largely Democratic Senate!
2. It really started to get serious about the whole torture thing after 911, and it became the adopted, favourite child of Dick Cheney! (Who in our opinion is evil incarnate!)
3. It’s designed to vilify the Republicans and glorify Obama.
4. As I heard on the CBC yesterday, (Boy did Evan Solomon make a mistake putting this guy on the air!) the CIA guy, who was in charge of all these questionable activities, said the report, and the President of the United States, are a bunch of liars who are twisting the facts for political gain!
What this means, boys and girls, is that if Sun TV News puts this same guy on the air today……………….. the shit will REALLY hit the fan!
Ladies and gentlemen we keep saying that cops are out of control, and they keep proving us right:
Pierre says Maio ordered him to move after he got out of his SUV and tried to arrest him when he refused. What followed: a 911 call (“Get on the ground” and “give me your other hand,” says one voice; “I’m on the phone with 911,” protests another.)
Pierre in his lawsuit claims Maio actually fired his weapon at him, “striking Plaintiff with a bullet causing great bodily harm including internal injuries.”
The officer charged Pierre with battery on a law enforcement officer and resisting arrest with violence after the Jan. 27, 2011 incident—but Pierre spent the next two years fighting the charges and they were eventually dropped.
“The judge threw them out after it was revealed that the officer had too many conflicting statements of the account,” his lawyer tells the Broward-Palm Beach New Times.
But the Broward County Sheriff’s Office never admitted wrongdoing—or legal liability—and Pierre is seeking compensation of at least $15,000 plus legal costs.
India on Wednesday dropped attempted suicide from a list of crimes punishable by execution, potentially paving the way for the release of a human rights activist who has been on hunger strike for the past 14 years. (His weight is down to 28 pounds!)
Turns out Ontario’s “smart meter” plan was pretty stupid!
Who would have guessed?
Another little gem to help you make sense of this crazy, crazy world!
And remember folks, ya heard it here first!