Guess who Pioneered Miranda Attack On Obama? Cheney & Ridge


By GottaLaff

It always starts with you-know-who:

It turns out that the criticism surrounding the decision to read Miranda rights to the attempted Christmas bombing suspect didn't originally come from any office-holding Republican.

Rather, it was pioneered by Tom Ridge and Dick Cheney in the days after Christmas, and only later picked up by members of Congress like Rep. Pete Hoekstra (R-MI) and Sen. Kit Bond (R-MO).

For a tick-tock, go here. These snakes stayed true to form.

Yes, Dickless McHeartStent strikes again... and his little dog, too!

H/t: Gr8RDH

  • pigboy

    You bet Gotta. 🙂

  • Anonymous

    Isn't there something like subversion or treason that they could get Dickless and the ilk on?

    Sheesh...this really is about trying to cripple the President of the United States.

  • GottaLaff

    Thanks Pigboy!

  • pigboy

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