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Friday, Dec. 21, 2007 1:40 AM

President Bush says he won't comment on the latest scandal to cross his desk, the illegal destruction of CIA interrogation tapes, because the investigation as to exactly what happened is ongoing.

Even better, he says he doesn't recall discussing the subject with anyone. All of which sounds familiar and has, in fact, become the routine line for the Bush Administration.

And we know that even when the 'ongoing investigation' concludes, they'll continue to trot out excuses, which is why we haven't heard Bush weigh in on the whole Scooter Libby thing.

Of course, should a Democrat win the next election, we'll doubtless be treated to more excuses as to why nothing is going to happen to the lying scumbag who disgraced the Oval Office and has left America like he's left every business he ever touched: in shambles.

But you can bet spineless shills like Pelosi and Reid are going to trot out the 'Let's Move Forward' and 'We Have Work To Do' lines.

The Lakota Sioux have decided that the United States hasn't honored the treaties it signed with their people, so they're declaring themselves a sovereign nation, said treaties null and void, and demanding negotiations with the U.S. government.

They've also declared their nation tax free, and will extend that to anyone who wants to join them, provided they relinquish their U.S. citizenship.

Sadly, I don't think this is going to play terribly well. Certainly, I wouldn't have picked the Bush Administration as the people I'd want to negotiate with - their diplomatic skills speak for themselves.

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