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06/22/2007 09:43 AM ID: 63185 Permalink   

Cheney Exempts Own Office from National Security Laws


Cheney has refused to cooperate with a government office responsible for safeguarding national security information, and is seeking to abolish the office altogether. Reagan signed the executive order to protect such information.

He asserts he does not have to comply with the presidential order requiring cooperation because the Information Security Oversight Office is "not an entity within the executive branch". His office last complied with the order in 2002.

His staff blocked the department from inspecting his office in 2004, an unprecedented action. The ISOO has asked Alberto Gonzales to resolve this conflict. So far, the Justice Department has done nothing. Henry Waxman is investigating.

    WebReporter: awhompbamboom Show Calling Card      
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  Who watches the Watchers?  
  by: CaveHermit   06/22/2007 09:49 AM     
You dare question the king of America?!
  by: erasedgod   06/22/2007 10:05 AM     
They do have watchers but they are all on the same payroll, thus legally blind.
  by: White Albino   06/22/2007 10:10 AM     
  @White Albino  
Infact, the whole admin is blind.. No, no. Try Americans are blind, they elected them twice didn't they!?
  by: kinko     06/22/2007 02:06 PM     
Dead Links lead to angry Princesses

  by: seniorgato     06/22/2007 03:47 PM     
To be fair, all the D's had to do was put out a monkey... And yet they put out Kerry, a guy who couldn't make up his mind on Abortion, nor about Iraq. So, yes, Bush is bad, but damnit, an even somewhat likable guy, Hell, uh, Danny Devito, could have won. But instead they picked, perhaps one of the least commanding figures I've ever seen.
  by: seniorgato     06/22/2007 03:50 PM     
An expression about a goose and a gander comes to mind.
  by: VermiciousG     06/22/2007 04:42 PM     
the source link.
  by: Lurker     06/22/2007 06:30 PM     
Technically we only elected them once. And that was because John Kerry looks like lurch from the Adams Family. The first time they got into office was on a technicality of how the U.S. Electoral system works. Al Gore won the popular vote.
  by: Tetsuru Uzuki     06/22/2007 08:18 PM     
It's too bad. I sense with public opinion at a rock bottom low, this administration doesn't even go through the motions of trying to justify actions...

If you read the whole article, it almost seems like it's turning into an ugly pirate caliber plundering of policy and constitutional rights in exchange for corperate $,$$$,$$$'s...

Just have to try hold the raft afloat till the america for sale sign has a chance to be removed in 08.
  by: ukcn001XYZ   06/22/2007 08:22 PM     
It was President Clinton that issued the order, not Reagan. This article stated the order was thirty years old; I backdated from 2007, that gave me 1987; Reagan was president at that time.

Man. 577 days, 8 hours, 40 minutes left of this horrible travesty as I write this.
  by: awhompbamboom     06/22/2007 09:19 PM     
2007-30=1977 :)
  by: lĀ“anglais     06/23/2007 12:50 AM     
  Dick's Gone Wild!  
  by: erasedgod   06/23/2007 07:10 AM     
Congrats for falling influence to the spin of the political machine.

Kerry was destroyed and spinned off into oblivion by the media. There is no possible way Kerry could be worse then Bush.
  by: Kavok   06/23/2007 05:22 PM     
  I hope hope hope  
when bush and cheney are out of office they end up in prison. charge them with being secretive, lying, and spying on americans.
  by: RyanB     06/23/2007 09:53 PM     
Kerry is a career senator of MA. Nothing else needs to be said.
  by: Fiebre   06/24/2007 05:16 AM     
it's true that most of republican voters are brainless idiots (that's probably why they liked GW Bush so much - he's one of their own) but I think media manipulation, ballot fraud and supreme court chicanery weighed more heavily in installing GW Bush in the white house.
  by: landers     06/25/2007 05:59 AM     
  Not to mention  
Diebold voting machines "interpreting" your vote, IE changing it to Bush.
  by: Gogevandire   06/25/2007 04:56 PM     
  @ RyanB  
In reality, people such as Cheney that are really high up in the government food chain, are always going to be above the law, and its going to be that way. Oh and the government can be secretive, can spy on people when they want, and essentially lie and get away with it.

That's just the way it is. They can tell you they are not spying, but they can if they want..

@ landers:
i agree with you, there were many factors in getting Bush into office, ultimately its the government who picks the president, not so much the people
  by: dresnoop00   06/25/2007 05:46 PM     
who is he hiding anyways?
  by: Jediman3     06/25/2007 08:12 PM     
(tears up mensa membership card and throws it in air)

Won't be needing that anymore. (Good thing it wasn't my membership card!)

  by: awhompbamboom     06/27/2007 10:13 PM     
  Thanks Lurker  
for fixing the link
  by: awhompbamboom     06/27/2007 10:14 PM     
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