Monday, July 25, 2005

Garrison Keillor has lost it

I don't know what 'it' is that he's lost. Could be that I've grown away from Keilor's brand of 'funny' or he's become another cranky Boomer. Possibly both.
This raised a question in my mind: Did Rove know Ms. Plame had taken the identity of Mr. Cheney during an arrhythmia episode at Walter Reed and that a heavily sedated vice president had been flown by the CIA to Riyadh as Ms. Plame donned a latex-padded suit and took his place? She quickly discovered that the uranium was stored at the Whitewater property once owned by the Clintons and then deeded to Kofi Annan and used as a supply depot for black helicopters. She tried to warn Mr. Clinton and the next day he had that mysterious "bypass" operation after which he suddenly got chummy with ex-CIA chief George H.W. Bush and the two flew off to Southeast Asia like in an old Crosby/Hope "Road" picture.

New York Times columnist William Safire was the first to spot the womanly tenderness in the vice president's eyes, and he called Mrs. Cheney to ask if Rosebud had been infiltrated. She denied everything. She also said she had "never been happier."

Implying that Lynn Cheney is a closeted lesbian - how droll, how arch. Retch. Give up the political barbs and commentary, Garrison. You're not good at it, and it shows.
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