Keller's Letter from Summer Camp

Monday, June 26, 2006
Well, you know the drill. Blah, Blah, Blah “bill of rights.” Fiddle, Fiddle, Faddle “freedom of the press.” This is usually good enough to satisfy the really important people like my friends at The New Yorker and The Nation. And, of course, I don’t have to work very hard to get Babs Streisand or any of our Hollywood friends on my side. Besides, I’m sure you know what a complete waste of my time writing letters like this is. Since I don’t feel like I have to explain myself to anybody, much less a bunch of Bush loving chimpanzees, I made this one extra irrelevant. Not once did I mention the real reason I spilled the beans about this perfectly legal program; it makes me feel real important, almost like I was in charge of the country.
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2 comments:

terrye said...

The anchoress said the man sounded like Eddie Haskell. She is right.

You look lovely today Mrs. Cleaver....

Knucklehead said...

Heh, that Rightwing Nuthouse dude thinks the same way I do. The NYT is trying to provoke prosecution.

Iowahawk has some fun with Keller's ineffective (I judge it completely disinterested - he really doesn't give a rat's patoot but somebody insisted he put something out) rationalization.