Monday edition - October 22, 2007
Outed Spy Plame, Telling the (Edited) Inside Story
Turkey: Convoy Moves To Iraq Border
IEDs Seen As Rising Threat in
If Bush was ever waterboarded, his mouth would run faster than a cheap pair of pantyhose.
The Turkish parliament just voted to approve the idea of invading Iraq and President Bush was furious. He said ‘What kind of country takes a vote before they invade Iraq.’ - Bill Maher
Sadr City raid kills 49 insurgents, US says Seattle Times
Iraq says civilians killed in US raid Los Angeles Times
Iraq review to begin soon Sydney Morning Herald, Australia
UK troops to fill Nato's boots in Afghanistan Telegraph.co.uk
Sergeant convicted of possessing child porn
Joint Chiefs Chairman Looks Beyond Current Wars New York Times
Blackwater's Prince is on the offensive
The Chickenhawk Goes Birdwatching
President Bush did some bird-watching today on his way to lunch with Vice President Dick Cheney at the vice president's waterfont home on the eastern shore of Maryland.
Good news for the terrorists - Undercover agents posing as passengers were able to get simulated bombs through the screening process here at LAX 75% of the time. But, not one drop of shampoo.- Bill Maher
California wildfires kill one, force evacuations CNN International
The Polish Are Leaving, The Polish Are Leaving
Poland's centre-right Civic Platform, poised to form the next government after winning Sunday's parliamentary election, will seek to pull Polish troops from Iraq early in 2008, a top party official said.
The idea that you are an army against an enemy that doesn’t have an army is not liberal or conservative, it’s just stupid. - Bill Maher
The FDA announced Thursday it will order the makers of anti-impotence drugs to add new label warnings. It turns out that drugs like Viagra can cause hearing loss. This explains why so many Republican presidential debates turn into shouting matches. - Argus Hamilton
Romney, Giuliani take hits in debate
Senator Steps Down as a Top GOP Official
"A very special edition of 'Dateline' the other night. Matt Lauer interviewed Idaho Senator Larry Craig. Actually, the senator was a little confused. He thought it was 'Win A Date with Matt Lauer.' The senator showed up with flowers, condoms, a six pack of Mike's Hard Lemonade. He was there to party. ... If you didn't see the interview, it will rerun on Bravo on 'Queer Eye For Pretending To Be The Straight Guy.'" --Jay Leno
Valerie Plame Connects the Dots
Plame admits to being shocked when she heard President Bush make the Niger yellowcake claim in his 2003 State of the Union address, and while watching Secretary of State Colin Powell's televised presentation to the UN regarding Iraq's alleged weapons of mass destruction (WMD): "I had been tracking Iraqi WMD efforts carefully for some time and the facts I knew simply did not match up with what Powell had just presented." Plame explains in great detail exactly why these pre-war intelligence claims were unreliable, despite being trumpeted by the White House as some sort of "slam dunk" case for war.
pretty sure if you asked “What would Jesus veto?” it wouldn’t be health care for
- Bill Maher
Subject: Sorry you feal this way about Bush
I voted for Mr. Bush twice and would do so fifty more times if asked. It is one
thing to dislike someone but bash them like you do just proves that instead of
explaining to us the truth, you just tell worthless jokes. It is better to just
write your proof down and let people read it than to make fun of a president.
This just shows us that you have no class and cannot be trusted with the truth.
Set your little child like behavior aside and just state the facts or continue
like you are and reap no respect.
Have a great day.
Walter E Gatlin Sr
Show me one page on my site, where I did not tell the truth. Naw, don't bother, as I cite dozens of sources daily for my political humor.
Here's a fact for you. The Bush administration outed an undercover CIA agent which is fully documented in the trial of Scooter Libby. In United States v. Libby, the jury convicted Libby on four of the five counts in the indictment: one count of obstruction of justice; two counts of perjury; and one count of making false statements to federal investigators. Libby is the highest-ranking White House official convicted in a government scandal since National Security Adviser John Poindexter in the Iran-Contra affair two decades ago.
Bush pardoned Libby. His father pardoned Poindexter.
How do you "feal" about those facts?
You'd probably call it "treeson."
Colbert: I Am a Candidate (And So Can You!) New York Times
Granholm gives her support to Clinton Election 2008
Edwards Warns of 'Corporate Democrats'
Anxious to avoid upsetting air travelers, NASA is withholding results from an unprecedented national survey of pilots that found safety problems like near collisions and runway interference occur far more frequently than the government previously recognized.
How about if we actually have a president who instead of promising everything, says to America ‘If we’re going to solve these problems, you have to be willing to sacrifice.’ And sacrifice does not mean going shopping or sitting at home watching television. It means being patriotic about something other than the war. - Presidential Candidate Senator John Edwards
Oil prices could rise to $100 per barrel: OMV Economic Times, India
Stop saying that people make bad decisions because they're young. Have you seen this group? [photo of Bush, Cheney, Rice, Rumsfeld, Powell] - Bill Maher
Claim of Pressure for Closed Guantánamo Trials New York Times
Three Emails from: "ralph" email@example.com
hey bitch this is my handle not yours sides your really have some boring sh t here cow sh t i mean
you guys been under
bills desk to long there in ar. or up hillarys
hmmm watch out for the ole sds
so you are enjoying all
30 inmates eh wow what a woman if only you
would encourage your employer hillary to do some she might get even
with bill in a couple years
It's official now, Bush has let the simians loose.
know, when I see that little flag right there, the first thing I think is, "You
voted for and still like George Bush, the man who has gotten more troops
unnecessarily killed and maimed by failing to plan for their mission, by pushing
their units to the breaking point, but letting his corporate enablers like
Halliburton and Bechtel and Blackwater rape and pillage not just the Iraqis, but
our own army.
Can you imagine how apoplectic the flag pin people would be if these same transgressions against the military were being made by Bill Clinton? Oh, who am I kidding? They'd still be obsessing about the bl**job. - Bill Maher
Cheney, Like President, Has a Warning for Iran New York Times
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