Friday, April 24, 2009

Countdown Live Blog: 4/24/09

The Tie: Pink.

Number 5: We open with breaking news on TortureGate, as Donald Rumsfeld's cronies was told that yes, torture can cause false information. Meanwhile, Herr Goeble's files have been opened in his own office with the words "DETAINEES" and now the paper trail goes to the National Archives. He wants 21 pages out of 34 listed all about torture that waterboarding does not cause pain, or "enhanced interrigation" as the Adolph XLIII Gestapo dubbed it. And that Joint Personnel Recovery Authority memo produced by The Washington Post from July 2002 was a followup echoing warnings from 2001. Jonathan Alter, it's been a rather important last few hours, hasn't it?

Number 4: More on the torture with Pulitzer Prize winner Eugene Robinson.

And once again, our military gets the blame from the Gestapo of Adolph XLIII in another case of redirecting the bad from this group of liars that ran this country as a dictatorship from September 12, 2001 through January 19, 2009. You may remember when Brigadier General Janis Karpinsky (Ret., USA) slammed everyone at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue while two of her associates are either still in the brig or have served their time. Major General John Batiste (Ret., USA) discusses this with Keith.

Number 3: Officially, April 30th will mark the 100th day of this Obama Administration, and accoridng to the guy who consulted on the campaign of loser Sen. John McCain (R-AZ), the Good Oldboysandgirls Party is shrinking. Obama's first days have been a success as for the first time since 2004, we're on the right track on the USA. Chris Cillizza now will talk about why th GOP has gone on a diet... Politcially, that is.

Updating Inanity's attempt to be waterbaorded for charity. I guess it's a stunt, as does Keith, who's still willing to donate $1,000/second for a armed forces charity, and doubled if Inanity claims he feared for his life.

Number 2 (Worst Person in the World)

Bronze - Billo again blames He Who Won't Be Named or GE for making money, claiming that it would be bigger than Watergate.
Silver - Rep. Michelle Bachman (R-MN) or Pluto claims carbon dioxide is death.
Gold - Debbie Barko, owner of a Kenosha, WI building because an apartment leasee was breaking his lease...after getting killed in a gunfight at a local bar. Stay Classy, Debbie.

Number 1: No time for Blago's attempt to go to Costa Rica for I'm an Impeached Governor Who's Going To Jail, Get Me A Lawyer!, so tonight's breaking story on Herr Goeble's memo recalling is recapped.

Well, I feel an NFL Draft, so join me tomorrow (4/25) for live coverage at 3:30 PM US EDT.

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