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Playing "Hide the Salami" with Howard Dean

Heh, how did I miss this? An alert reader pointed out in the CN comments section that the DNC chairman cautioned the White House not to play "hide the salami" with Harriet Miers. (There's probably little risk there, Howie.)

DEAN: Well, certainly the president can claim executive privilege. But in the this case, I think with a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court, you can't play, you know, hide the salami, or whatever it's called.

Chairman Dean. The gift that keeps on giving.


By that standard, I suppose capturing a video clip of the DNC chairman would be considered "getting a piece of ass".

The Dems know a little somthing about hiding salami if you know what I mean.

It amuses me that the MSM treats Dean's ravings along the line of the proverbial tree falling in the forest.

He, like Gore, has become seriously delusional with his rantings.

However upset I may be with the GOP these days, the bleatings of Dean, Rangel et. al. merely reassure me that there is no viable alternative for me.

Doesn't hide the salami mean......oh never mind. Wow what a brilliant mind.

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