Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Monkey Business For A Slow News Tuesday

Difficult to determine which is the bigger headline this day; yet another Obama appointee being outed as a crook:

"NEWS broke last week that Rahm Emanuel, now White House chief of staff, lived rent- free for years in the home of Rep. Rosa De Lauro (D-Conn.) - and failed to disclose the gift, as congressional ethics rules mandate. But this is only the tip of Emanuel's previously undislosed (sic) ethics problems."

Or the chimp that ran amok in Connecticut and was...but of course...shot by another in the long line of cops who've declared open-season on anything that might inflict even the hint of a serious boo-boo.

Two tales of monkey business reported upon by the Jurassic Press in a manner calculated to protect the guilty; Emanuel is just getting paid back for all of the crooked schemes he ran to cheat the American people out of their very birthrights, and the police who seemingly cannot employ even the most basic semblance of tact, courtesy or discretion, are given a pass because without them, liberals would actually have to learn how to man-up.

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