Sunday, September 21, 2008

Vermont Keeps Things Interesting

Political seasons in the Green Mountain State are always worth keeping an eye on. After all, in just the past few years, the state elected a Socialist to the U.S. Senate, and several towns voted to arrest Bush and Cheney for crimes against the Constitution.

Well, in Vermont's most recent election season, the Progressive Party's Attorney General candidate, Charlotte Dennett, has announced that not only will she prosecute George W. Bush for murder, but that she's also chosen the special prosecutor for the occasion: Vincent Bugliosi. Vinnie prosecuted Charles Manson.

Her rationale for such a thing? "Someone has to step forward." The incumbent AG is Democrat William Sorrell, and he doesn't think the position has authority.

We shall see if the voters care about such technicalities.

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