TGIF/Weekend edition - October 26-28, 2007

 

 

 

 

Rice Says ‘Hole’ in US Law Shields Contractors in Iraq
New York Times, United States - 10-26-07
 Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice conceded on Thursday that there was a “hole” in United States law that had allowed Blackwater USA employees and other armed contractors in Iraq to escape legal jeopardy for...

 

Democrats worry Bush setting up war with Iran
Reuters - 10-26-07
Some Democratic presidential candidates worried on Thursday the White House had begun a march to war by declaring Iran's Revolutionary Guard a terrorism supporter while a top Republican said "bombardment" of Iran

Romney: 'Bombardment' on the table for Iran
USA Today - 10-26-07
Republican Mitt Romney says he'd be willing to use a military blockade or "bombardment of some kind" to prevent Iran from gaining a nuclear weapon,


 

W is sending out his women, Condi and Laura (see below).

 


 

Did ya hear this? The US returned a shipment of lead to China, they found toys in it! - Anon.

 


 

 

 


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


Don't Believe the Newspapers. Believe Us! We Would Never Lead You Astray. Right?

 

"I'm here to tell you that the American people stand with our troops. No matter what you might read in the newspapers, people do appreciate the gift of freedom." U.S. first lady Laura Bush told hundreds of American servicemen and women gathered at an air terminal in Kuwait.

 

 

Huh? What was she talking about?

 

I never thought freedom was a "gift", I thought it was my constitutional right. I'm so glad Laura set me straight!

 

No wonder W married Laura - they admire each other twisting the English language.

 


 

The Best "Moment of Zen" in History

 


 


 

Man levitates outside the White House

 


 

Disturbing News


 

THIS COUNTRY IS FINISHED* GEORGE CARLIN ON COUNTDOWN

 


 

 

 


The Effects Of Bush's Visit

 

Jay Jeffcoat said the president promised to replace a baseball that famed pitcher Nolan Ryan had autographed for a namesake, Jeffcoat's son, Ryan.

“The president says he's going to call Nolan Ryan from Air Force One and get that ball,” Jeffcoat said.

 

...Still covered in ashes, firefighters Danny Chandler and Chris Cortright from Mount Laguna waited on the back of a pickup truck. They could see the showers and the food tent, in the distance, but the president's visit kept them and dozens of other firefighters from moving. Chandler had been fighting the fire in Ramona for 24 hours. Cortright had been at it for 48 hours.

“I appreciate him being here,” Chandler said, drinking Gatorade as he waited in the sun, “but they could have organized this better. I'd just as soon eat.”
 


 

Perfected: The Ann Coulter Song

 


 

 

 


Republican Shenanigans


At Least He Didn't Sing, Bomb, Bomb, Bomb Iran

 

"I will follow Osama Bin Laden to the gates of hell and I will shoot him with your products," John McCain said.

McCain told reporters afterward he was joking when he made the comment at Thompson Center Arms in Rochester.

"I certainly didn't mean I would actually shoot him. I am certainly angry at him, but I was only speaking in a way that was trying to emphasize my point," McCain said. "I would not shoot him myself."

 


 


 

San Diego's Qualcomm Stadium sheltered the brushfire evacuees Wednesday. Inside the stadium they were offered yoga, acupuncture, massage therapy, cappuccino and catered meals from the Hyatt. San Diego's fine, but New Orleans could riot any day now. - Argus Hamilton

 


Who's In Charge In California?

 

As wildfires were charging across Southern California, nearly two dozen water-dropping helicopters and two massive cargo planes sat idly by, grounded by government rules and bureaucracy...It took as long as a day for Navy, Marine and California National Guard helicopters to get clearance early this week, in part because state rules require all firefighting choppers to be accompanied by state forestry "fire spotters" who coordinate water or retardant drops. By the time those spotters arrived, the powerful Santa Ana winds stoking the fires had made it too dangerous to fly.

A day? It would be nice to know just how much those fires grew in that delay. And did anyone call the governor to cut the red tape? My God, California was inept at the start of the fires and sat by while they surged out of control for a
DAY!

 

Maybe this video link of Schwarzenegger explains why he grabbed a reporter to make his point Arnold Grabs ABC’s Shipman, Demands: Stop Spinning Fire Coverage

 


Rock-The-Voter News


 

 


FEDERAL ELECTION COMMISSION: COLBERT CAMPAIGN CAN USE COUNTERFEIT CASH

By Don Davis

 


 

 

 


Biz-Tech News


 

The Federal Reserve will reportedly cut interest rates Tuesday to bail out the financial markets. It's just in time. Homeowners were drowning in the ocean with sharks fast approaching, when miraculously the Fed steps in and saves the sharks.- Argus Hamilton

 


 

 

 


Bush-Prison-Torture News

 


 

“Bill Clinton did reveal..."what I'm going to do if she's elected president."

Looking over at emcee Billy Crystal, he said, "I'm going to do a remake of 'Grumpy Old Men' with him."


 


 

 


Go-F***-Yourself News

 


Comely Mouthpiece

 

Dana Perino, White House press aide,

who replaced Tony Snow, who replaced

Scott McClellantron 2000.

      Q And one more. You mentioned that there are health benefits to climate change. Could you describe some of those?

      MS. PERINO: Sure. In some cases, there are -- look, this is an issue where I'm sure lots of people would love to ridicule me when I say this, but it is true that many people die from cold-related   deaths every winter. And there are studies that say that climate change in certain areas of the world would help those individuals.


 

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A huge crocodile made of pumpkins is displayed on a farm in Hartheim-Feldkirch, southwestern Germany, Wednesday, Oct. 24, 2007. The farmer promotes his products with the colourful huge reptile. Photo/Winfried Rothermel

 

 

 

Peace.