Tuesday edition -December 7, 2010

 

 

 

Republicans achieve top goal in Obama tax-cut plan
Republicans control neither the House nor the Senate — and certainly not the White House. But they largely dictated the terms of President Barack Obama's proposed tax-cut compromise, which disgruntled congressional Democrats want to discuss in closed meetings that are likely to be rowdy.

 

Former Rand Paul volunteer due in court

A former volunteer with Kentucky Republican Rand Paul's Senate campaign is due back in a Lexington court Tuesday for a hearing on a misdemeanor assault charge for a videotaped scuffle during which a liberal activist's head was stepped on.

Liberal Dems to Obama: fight harder

...liberals make clear that Obama’s efforts to strike a lame-duck deal with Republicans will come at a cost: open and on-the-record taunting about whether the president is a patsy.
"This is the president's Gettysburg," Rep. Jim McDermott,


 

Obama compromised with the Republicans and broke his campaign promise to end the Bush tax cuts for the rich. I wonder what he got in exchange? Possibly a delay in his impeachment?

 


 

Obama caved to Republican pressure so fast, staffers should check the availability of the team that rescued those Chilean miners. - Will Durst

 



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Will The Leaks Continue?

 

WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange surrendered to London police Tuesday as part of a Swedish sex-crimes investigation, the latest blow to an organization that faces legal, financial and technological challenges after releasing hundreds of secret U.S. diplomatic cables.

 


 

What kind of name is WikiLeaks? It sounds like a Hawaiian guy that’s incontinent. - Jay Leno

 


 


 

Disturbing News


Chamber of Commerce Revolt?

 

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is under fire from some local chambers over its hard-hitting $75 million ad campaign to elect a Republican House, with dozens of hometown groups distancing themselves from the effort and a handful even quitting the national group in protest.

“We were getting pounded. We felt here, in Central Pennsylvania, that the ads they were running were not professional ads,” said David Wise, president of the Chamber of Business and Industry of Centre County, which is considering dropping its national membership. “This was not a unifying event. It was divisive.”

 


 

It was this time in 1933 that prohibition was repealed. Prohibition was such a good idea. Making something illegal always stops people from using it. - Craig Ferguson

 


 


Bristol Palin  Asks Lesbian To Baby-Sit

 

To my friend Margaret Cho, if you ever have a question, call me girlfriend. Don't ever rely on "sources" who claim to know me or my family. You will be taken every time. And we need to talk. You say you "don't agree with the family's politics at all" but I say, if you understood that commonsense conservative values supports the right of individuals like you, like all of us, to live our lives with less government interference and more independence, you would embrace us faster than KD Lang at an Indigo Girls concert.

P.S. If you want to baby-sit Tripp, I could use a night off.

 

I wonder who wrote that for Bristol?



 

 


 

Republican-Shenanigans News


The Decline of The Washington Post From Watergate To Plamegate

 

The Washington Post's editorial page suffers from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder. The cause: the newspaper's inability to come to terms with its cheerleading for the Iraq war. The symptoms were most recently manifested in an editorial that slammed the movie, Fair Game, which is a Hollywood treatment of the Valerie Plame/CIA leak case that culminated with the 2007 conviction of Scooter Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff. The Post huffed that the movie is "full of distortions—if not outright inventions." But the paper's editorialists protest too much—and reveal their own biases.
 

 


 

Willie Nelson was arrested for possession of marijuana. Nothing yet on bin Laden, but we got Willie Nelson.- David Letterman


 


 

 


Rock-The-Voter News


Pearl Harbor

 

Sixty-nine years after Japanese planes bombed Pearl Harbor, survivors of the attack are due to gather at the base to remember those killed.

Some 100 survivors, the youngest of whom are in their late 80s, have traveled from around the country to attend Tuesday's ceremony.
 

 


 

Between the made-up words and wildly shooting at anything with four legs, Sarah Palin is turning into Elmer Fudd.- Jimmy Kimmel

 


 


 

 

 


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Biz-Tech News


Wow. A Success Story

 

After all is said and done, taxpayers will make a $12 billion profit on the government's $45 billion bailout of Citigroup.
 


 

 


Bush-Prison-Torture News


 

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Go-F**k-Yourself News


 

A new study found that good-looking people are more likely to have daughters than sons. And ugly people are more likely to have cats.- Jimmy Fallon

 


 


Ten Year Anniversary Fundraiser

 

 

 

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Offline Donation - Lisa Casey - PO Box 88 - Ashford, AL 36312

 

 Email me lisa@allhatnocattle.net

 


Odd News


To Help You Deflate Photo

 

A four-month-old panda cub is picked up to be released into the wild by a panda researcher who dressed up as a giant panda to prevent the panda cub seeing his human shape at the Wolong Giant Panda Reserve Center in Wolong, in southwest China's Sichuan province. Panda researchers in southwestern China's Sichuan province are working to reintroduce giant pandas into the wild within 15 years, after successfully breeding them in captivity.

 

Peace.
 


 


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