Monday edition - January 29, 2007

 

 

 

Crowds on both coasts protest Iraq war
San Jose Mercury News, CA - 1-29-07
AP. WASHINGTON - Convinced this is their moment, tens of thousands marched Saturday in an anti-war demonstration linking military families, ordinary people ...

 

Clinton charges Bush is irresponsible on Iraq
Seattle Times - 1-29-07
DAVENPORT, Iowa -- Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton, DN.Y., toughening her tone during a second day of campaigning in Iowa, accused President Bush of trying to pass the problems in Iraq on to the next president and ...

Deployment shows US standing up to Iran, Cheney says
San Jose Mercury News, CA - 1-29-07
WASHINGTON - Vice President Dick Cheney said the deployment this month of a second aircraft carrier task force to the Persian Gulf delivered a ``strong signal'' of the United States' commitment to confront Iran's growing influence in the region. opened up to 50 criminal probes ...


 

Do you ever want to scream "I've had enough and I'm not taking it anymore!"???

Me, too.

 

Thanks to Albert for the question mark cartoon idea.

 


 

"President Bush also says he's going to ask Congress for $10 billion more for Afghanistan: $10 billion. You know, I got a solution for the people of New Orleans. Put on turbans, throw rocks at each other, change your name to 'Kabul,' you'll get $10 billion like that. Okay?" - Jay Leno

 


 

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The-World-Is-A-Safer-Place-Without-Saddam News


Baghdad Job Openings

 

Laboring in a war with no discernible front line, more than 770 civilian contractors have died in Iraq since the U.S.-led invasion began in March 2003.

Statistics kept by the Labor Department indicate fatalities among civilian contractors working for American firms escalated rapidly late last year, with at least 301 dying in Iraq in 2006 -- including 124 in the final three months...And the recent troop "surge" announced by President Bush has prompted KBR to increase its hiring.
 


 

The White House is a rogue state.- Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com

 


 

 

 


Disturbing News

 


Outsourcing Blowback

 

From high-dollar fraud to conspiracy to bribery and bid rigging, Army investigators have opened up to 50 criminal probes involving battlefield contractors in the war in Iraq and the U.S. fight against terrorism, the Associated Press has learned.
Senior contracting officials, government employees, residents of other countries and, in some cases, U.S. military personnel have been implicated in millions of dollars of fraud allegations....The Pentagon has viewed outsourcing a wide variety of military tasks as much more efficient, leaving troops trained in combat to the business of war.


 


 

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LIBBY: ‘I LEARNED ABOUT WMD FROM JUDY MILLER’

By Don Davis

 

 


 

"And Pennsylvania Republican Don Sherwood -- he's a congressman and car dealer who lost his House seat last Fall after he ran an ad admitting he had a mistress -- is refusing to pay her the rest of the half a million dollars he promised her. Let that be a lesson to all young women out there -- when you sleep with a member of Congress, get your money up front. ... This woman is surprised he lied. She is surprised he lied? He's a politician, a car dealer and a guy. That's the trifecta of lying." --Jay Leno
 


Republican Shenanigans


 

The Bush Health Care Proposal: a grenade dressed in scrubs. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com

 


 

 


 

Pictures of Iran before Bush Attacks them

 


BUSH/CHENEY BEAT GORE AGAIN, ON ACADEMY AWARD NOMINATIONS

By Don Davis

 


Rock-The-Voter News


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Rove, Rove, Rove the Boat

 

Presidential advisor Karl Rove and White House communications director Dan Bartlett have received subpoenas to testify for the defense at the trial of former vice presidential aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby.

 


 

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Well now, "The Decider" has morphed into "The Decision-Maker." Is that cute or what? - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
 


 


 

Biz-Tech News

 


Alfalfa Bush

 

 

President Bush ventured out of the White House on a chilly Saturday night to a Washington hotel warmed by a roast of bigwig guests...The event was closed to news media coverage.

The club is named after the alfalfa plant because its roots will range far afield to reach liquid refreshment. Its sole task is holding the annual dinner. Founded in 1913, the club was off-limits to women until 1994 when then-first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton attended the event with President Clinton.

 


 

 


Bush-Prison-Torture News


 

I have a question for folks who still have W stickers on their cars: Are you part of the 20 percent of Americans who believe the president is doing a good job, or can't you get the dang things to come off?

 

 

 


 


 


Go-F***-Yourself News


 

"Here's a very odd story. In Florida, a duck that was shot by a duck hunter is doing fine after the hunter found it still alive in his refrigerator two days later. You hear about this story? This guy shoots a duck, puts in his refrigerator. Two days later, opens the door, hears a 'quack.' And today, a worried Dick Cheney checked his deep freezer to see if any lawyer's still in there." - Jay Leno

 


 

 


Outsourcing Chocolate

 

South Korea's Lotte Confectionary Co. and U.S. chocolate maker Hershey Co. have agreed to set up a joint venture to make chocolate in China, the companies said in a statement Monday.
 


 

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Odd News

 


 

 

Getting into the cold.

 

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