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White House Held Hostage

Posted by Bruce Carroll at 6:15 pm - December 8, 2005.
Filed under: Liberals

Here are some numbers to consider…..

As of today, the investigation by Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald has lasted 708 days.

Our hostages in Iran were held by Islamists for 444 days.

The entire Watergate investigation lasted 288 days.

(Hat tip: Lou Dobbs on CNN this evening on items #1 and #3)

-Bruce (GayPatriot)



  1. Any numbers on how long the Kenneth Starr Investigation lasted?

    Comment by Patrick (Gryph) — December 8, 2005 @ 7:49 pm - December 8, 2005

  2. WhiteWater:
    6 years
    2190 days
    $50 million Dollars

    This doesn’t even count the Senate investigations into Whitewater separate from the I.C. investigations.
    And Travelgate, Vince Foster etc.

    I think Bush has a long way to go before he gets impeached for lying about using coke.
    ([Sarcasm], about Clintons Whitewater investigation segueing into Monica BS)

    Comment by MarkP — December 8, 2005 @ 10:46 pm - December 8, 2005

  3. I am embarrassed for you. The comparison between Iranian hostage takers and the US Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois is pointless and moronic.

    And Lou Dobbs? Of all people, Lou Dobbs? Moreover, you think that your random flatulence of the mind while watching Lou Dobbs–again, Lou Dobbs?–counts as a post on a blog?

    My face burns with redness since your’s isn’t.

    Comment by jimmy — December 8, 2005 @ 10:56 pm - December 8, 2005

  4. #3

    Michael More? The DNC Times, the L.A. Times? the WaPo? John Stewart? PMSNBC? Dan Rather? etc. etc. etc.

    Since you’re incapable of seeing your folly, I’ll feel sorry for you.

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — December 9, 2005 @ 6:17 am - December 9, 2005

  5. You really have no point when you attack Jon Stewart…a comedian.

    Comment by Mike — December 9, 2005 @ 9:59 am - December 9, 2005

  6. #5, I think he was pointing out how often a post about something John Stewart says appears on the republican blogosphere as if he’s the democratic elected president in hiding. They seem to take his words, no as comedy, not even as news, but as some kind of holy truth the left believes in. It’s quite sad really.

    Comment by Joey — December 9, 2005 @ 12:36 pm - December 9, 2005

  7. Actually Joey, as a blue-stater (Michigan) in a big-assed liberal college town (A2) filled with bleeding hearts who would rather be in NYC or SF or Marin, I can tell you that there ARE A HELL OF LOT OF LIBERALS who don’t see Jon Stewart’s show as comedy but as an empathetic commentary on social and political issues near & dear to the whacked Left. They see it as one of their “news” sources… along with Chrissy Matthews-turned-Hubert-Humphrey over at MSNBC.

    The real joke is that many of the young liberals at UofM don’t even get his show is parading as a comedy –they see it as the truth. Right after they gather their foil hats together and tune in WeScream4HowieDean’s latest broadcast into the LeftEther.

    Nawh, Joey, the real joke is still on the LibLefties who have been emasculated by the American Voter to a point of meaningless marginality. I find that funny –not Jon Stewart’s “opinionsaand offerings” masquerading as comedy.

    Comment by Michigan-Matt — December 9, 2005 @ 1:01 pm - December 9, 2005

  8. And the connection between the Iranian hostage situation and Pat Fitzgerald’s investigation is?

    Comment by andrew — December 9, 2005 @ 8:10 pm - December 9, 2005

  9. #8

    Well, one was a Carter disaster that went on and on and on. The other is a disaster for the liberals and their willing accomplices in the media that’s been going on and on and on.

    Comment by ThatGayConservative — December 10, 2005 @ 12:48 am - December 10, 2005

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