Saturday, November 03, 2007

Senate Dems Against Beerboarding!

Chicago Exchange members demonstrate a "Beerboarding" technique at the Billy Goat Tavern

Washington DC, Nov. 2 - Led by Senator Harry Reid (D-Nev) the Senate Democrats spoke out strongly against the newly revealed interrogation procedure known as "beerboarding". Notably absent from an early morning press conference was Senator Russ Feingold (D-Wi) whose office said that he was back in Wisconsin to attend a luncheon fundraiser at the Pabst Brewery and a Friday Night Fish Fry in Waldo. Senator Fiengold's office stated that the Senator would have to give more study to the issue before coming to a decision on an issue that is "so close to the hearts of many in the Badger State." Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) intoned that his Judiciary Committee would "sharply question Judge Mukasey on this newly emerged issue." Calling the controversy "another Bush outrage" Senator Leahy stated that he "expects more forthcoming answers from the Judge next week than we have received in the past."

The "beerboarding" scandal came to light earlier this week in classified materials that were leaked to the New York Times. The Bush administration has not publicly commented on the brewing scandal but some officials, speaking anonymously have told reporters that there was a time in the President's life when he may have even invited a "beerboarding" experience but that his fraternity days were long ago.
Warning: The Above Is Satire. Not all that far from the truth but satire none the less.
Photo copyright - Flying Debris
Many Thanks to the wonderful Dr. Sanity for inclusion in her Carnival of Insanities again this week. Go Read Her Blog!

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