Bush’s Language Police Foiled By Bush/Cheney Expletives

Remember the time Dick Cheney told to Senator Leahy what he could do to himself on the Senate floor? Remember the time George Bush was overheard wishing that someone could get the Hezbollah “to stop doing this [expletive deleted]?”  Well, a federal appeals panel remembers and cites these incidents as a basis for shutting down the F.C.C.’s anti-fleeting expletive crusade.

It’s deliciously ironic, don’t you think? And it’s haiku inspiring too:

Fleeting expletives
Uttered by Bush and Cheney
Stymie censorship. [tags]FCC, Bush expletive, Cheney expletive, FCC Censorship[/tags]

One Response to “Bush’s Language Police Foiled By Bush/Cheney Expletives”

  1. jbk says:

    Hey, just a note about something cool Henry Rollins is doing – he’s looking for someone to make an interesting “rant” and the person who does the one he chooses will be put on the air in a MAJOR way on IFC (Independent Film Channel, where his talk show airs.)

    Henry will choose someone who does a commentary on one of 11 controversial topics he’s chosen and make them the host of an upcoming “Rollins Show” Marathon on IFC.


    You and your readers can go to ziddio.com/myrollinsrant and record and upload a 30-second video “rant” on one of the topics that Henry has selected (including abortion rights, has the Iraq war made us safer? Bush’s response to Hurricane Katrina, is America a dumb country? global warming, etc.) The one he chooses will be flown to Los Angeles, meet Henry, and serve as host of the upcoming “Rollins Show” Marathon on IFC. All entries will be watched by, and the winner chosen solely by, Henry. He encourages anyone to enter, no matter their political persuasion, in fact he’s begging to hear from people who disagree with him. His only requirement: have “passion and attitude!”

    Check it out: ziddio.com/myrollinsrant