Secret messages.

In a 7-2 ruling, the Supreme Court today upheld the Presidential right to confidentiality (including, in this case, the Vice President) over Dick Cheney’s private meetings with energy industry lobbyists. Looking at the larger issue at hand, the Court ruled that the Sierra Club could not force the administration to disclose who Cheney spoke to in the closed-door sessions which resulted in the White House’s energy policy of expanding nuclear power and raping… oops, I mean expanded exploration of the American landscape for oil and gas reserves.
The ruling essentially gives this and future presidential administrations the right to do whatever they like for any reason whatsoever and never have to tell anyone why, where, how or with whom they were having sex.
No, wait. That was the last administration.

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