It's Not My Fault Part Deux-Bonus Pre-Friday Decompression

Well I never thought any one would ever, and I do mean ever, take responsibility in this administration. I wonder who's nuts got put in a vise to fire this ass-clown?

I'm under the weather today (caught the crud from my lovely wife), so it's a bonus post with pre-Friday decompression thrown in, ab-so-lu-te-ly FREE!

This is for all the "Bruce" fans out there. Born in the USA was one of my favorite albums that he made. It's kind of a downer, but it speaks to what I see when I look around and the working man/woman losing his/her shot at the American dream and getting the shaft. I guess it goes with the flu and the rain.

Have a good Friday


Weightman was fired all right, but

his replacement is Kiley - his predecessor - the guy who downplayed the seriousness of the problems just last week.

At a news conference last week, Kiley, who declined several requests for interviews for this article, said that the problems of Building 18 "weren't serious and there weren't a lot of them." He also said they were not "emblematic of a process of Walter Reed that has abandoned soldiers and their families."

Even though he and other hospital officials have been hearing complaints for 3 years.