Tuesday edition - October 16, 2007




Iraq calls for urgent negotiations with Turkey
AFP -10-16-07
BAGHDAD (AFP) — The Iraqi government called on Tuesday for urgent negotiations with Ankara after Turkish threats to launch an incursion into northern Iraq..


First Lady to Embark on Trip to Mideast
The Associated Press - 10-15-07
WASHINGTON (AP) — Breast cancer awareness is the focus of first lady Laura Bush's upcoming trip to the Mideast, where she'll meet with kings and promote...

In Iran, Putin warns US against staging attack
Globe and Mail, Canada - 10-16-07
Mr. Putin has warned the US and other nations against trying to coerce Iran into reining in its nuclear program and insists peaceful dialogue is the only


Almost eight years in office and what has Bush done right?



"President Bush said that Congress needs to give him more power to spy on Americans by making changes to the Protect America Act. Did you ever notice they always give these pieces of legislation names you can't disagree with? The Protect America Act. ... Give it a fair name. At least call it the Ignore The Constitution Act." --Jay Leno




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

Uh Oh


The Air Force's second-highest-ranking procurement official was found dead Sunday night at his Virginia home in an apparent suicide, an internal Air Force memo said....Charles D. Riechers, 47, of South Riding, near Dulles Airport, was the subject of a front-page article in The Washington Post on Oct. 1 examining his employment at a Pennsylvania nonprofit group that conducted intelligence work for the Air Force.




Blackwater is simply a microcosm of the Bush Administration: shoot first, last, and always. Calling it murder is unpatriotic. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com




Disturbing News


Randi Rhodes Victim of a Violent Attack ?

Randi Rhodes was mugged on Sunday night on 39th Street and Park Ave, nearby her Manhattan apartment, while she was walking her dog Simon.

According to Air America Radio late night host Jon Elliott, Rhodes was beaten up pretty badly, losing several teeth and will probably be off the air for at least the rest of the week.





"Congratulations to our own Matt Lauer of the 'Today Show.' Matt has secured the very first TV interview with Idaho Senator Larry Craig. I believe it will be conducted in the men's room at Rockefeller Center. ... Senator Craig said he's looking forward to meeting with Matt and going toe to toe." --Jay Leno


Republican Shenanigans


Sibling Rivalry?

Many prominent GOP operatives close to President Bush have joined Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) while a majority of those close to former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush (R) are lining up behind former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney (R).






"Al Gore won the Nobel Peace Prize for his work with the environment. Then, in a stunning reversal, the Supreme Court awarded it to George Bush." --Amy Poehler


Rock-The-Voter News




"Congratulations to former Vice President Al Gore. He won the Nobel Peace Prize. ... And he did it without a single vote from Florida." --Jay Leno





Biz-Tech News


“Former ‘Law & Order’ star Fred Thompson appeared in his first presidential debate. Political experts called him uneven, flat and dull. In other words, Thompson was the highlight of the debate.” - Conan O’Brien



Who owns you Americans? - George Carlin/YouTube





Bush-Prison-Torture News


"We're learning more and more information about that Republican debate the other night. Apparently, the Republicans were really paranoid about security at the debate. Security was very, very high. To make sure there were no embarrassing incidents, I understand they had three security guards posted at every bathroom stall." --Jay Leno




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Odd News






Climbers make their way along the ridge leading to the peak of Mount Kurikoma in northern Japan on Saturday October 6, 2007, as the leaves of trees turned to vivid autumn color of red. Photo/Kyodo News