Another One of THEM bites the Dust!
Tim Russert is just another CFR STOOGE, no one should feel sorry for him, he NEVER LET THE AMERICAN PEOPLE KNOW THE TRUTH! His profession, if you can call it a profession,(journalist) is nothing but a CRUEL JOKE PERPRETRATED ON AMERICA. Every one of those big media "Illuminaries" deserve a fate far worse than his IMO. If you think I'm being ("Cruel, and Heartless) take a read of this information on him, I remember everything, in March of 2006 he attended a ELITIST GRIDIRON WASHINGTON DC DINNER PARTY where-in he dressed as a DRAG QUEEN in front of the other STOOGES LIKE HIM. Not surprising, that video has been deleted by U-Tube, and also google has deleted any drag queen pics of him, I tried to search for those pics, and mysteriously my computer froze up???huuummmm???
The Hell with ALL OF THEM, they make me sick...
here is the CC thread from 2006...
By Paul Joseph Watson
The mainstream press is having a hearty chuckle about the capers and the chicanery witnessed at the annual Gridiron Club dinner, a get-together of media and government elites. The highlight was an "amusing" rendition of a torture song by a dragged-up Tim Russert.
I for one don't find it funny that a bunch of war criminals and their sycophantic collaborators are cackling and patting each other on the back about the 'hilarious shortcomings' of the administration.
Ahhh isn't Cheney cute for shooting a man in the face? Isn't it rollicking that those kids got raped and those Abu Ghraib prisoners were tortured to death?
Even the CIA controlled Washington Post had to admit it went too far.
"Tim Russert, making his first appearance as a new member, decked out in a blue dress and a shiny blond wig as one of the cable news bunnies. But there were also some true clunkers. Singing about torture, subbing "rendition" for "tradition" and borrowing the "Fiddler on the Roof" song was not funny at all. The chumminess of the politicos and the press corps can be cloying."
You would think these power whores would learn to act with a modicum of decorum, especially after last time's fiasco, when Bush caused worldwide anger by making a comedy routine about Iraq's missing WMD, an 'intelligence mistake' (or lie to rational thinking people) that has already cost the lives of hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and over 2,000 US troops.
George W. is so arrogant he even finds it funny that the people he supposedly represents support him in dwindling numbers.
"By the way, when Dick first heard my approval rating was 38 percent, he said, 'What's your secret?'," joked Bush.
Russert's womanly ways will come as no surprise for those in the know about Bohemian Grove, where the elite have a penchant for performing entire plays in drag, propositioning men for sexual favors and hiring homosexual porn stars to "service their needs." Why do you think former gay porn Internet prostitute turned reporter Jeff Gannon was given access to White House press briefings and Bush conferences without even being given a standard security clearance?
The elite are a sick and decadent bunch and once the alcohol flows and their comments are veiled by a 'jokey atmosphere' - the true depravity of their motivations becomes awfully clear.
Decadent Elite Laugh At Torture During Gridiron Club Dinner
here is the article about that "Night in Drag"
The Raw Story | Bush jokes about Cheney shooting, Russert does drag at annual dinner
Bush jokes about Cheney shooting, Russert does drag at annual dinner
Published: March 13, 2006
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The annual 121st dinner of the Gridiron Club, a group of senior hill reporters, featured celebrities, lawmakers, The Marine Corps band, send-ups of the Vice President by Barack Obama and President Bush, and some peculiar stage routines by well-known reporters, The Washington Post reports.
Helen Thomas, as a Scarlett O'Hara/Hillary Clinton cross, sang a song that compared the White House to a plantation, all decked out in green curtains (complete with Carol Burnett curtain rod). Barack Obama joked that he was nervous to stand so close to the Vice President, in the presence of alcohol. But the most memorable performers of the evening (for better or worse) were Tim Russert and President Bush.
Excerpts from the Post's recap follow:
Tim Russert, making his first appearance as a new member, decked out in a blue dress and a shiny blond wig as one of the cable news bunnies. But there were also some true clunkers. Singing about torture, subbing "rendition" for "tradition" and borrowing the "Fiddler on the Roof" song was not funny at all. The chumminess of the politicos and the press corps can be cloying.
And, on President Bush's routine:
"Dick, I've got an approval rating of 38 percent and you shoot the only trial lawyer in the country who likes me."
"You know there are all these conspiracy theories that Dick runs the country . . . or Karl [Rove] runs the country. Why aren't there any conspiracy theories that I run the country? Really ticks me off. The truth is that I do run the country . . . but Dick runs me and Lynne runs Dick. So actually Lynne runs the country. And Lynne, I think you're doin' a heckuva job. Although I have to say you dropped the ball big time on that Dubai deal."
And: "By the way, when Dick first heard my approval rating was 38 percent, he said, 'What's your secret?' "