Thursday edition - February 21, 2007
The Long Run For McCain, Self-Confidence on Ethics Poses Its Own Risk
McCain Loan Raises FEC Questions
McCain chides Obama on campaign spending
Wow. The New York Times is playing the lobbyist sex card.
"Experts believe that now that Fidel has resigned, he will either be succeeded by his brother, Raul, or by his idiot son, Fidel W. Castro." --David Letterman
I wonder if John McCain will do as Bob Dole did when he lost the presidency -- appear in an ad for Viagra? Just a thought.
US Military Deaths in Iraq at 3965 The Associated Press
Four British soldiers injured in Iraq
UK sought to keep criticism of Israel secret Reuters UK
Federal authorities investigating Blackwater Worldwide contractors are returning to Baghdad this week to revisit the scene of a deadly September shooting that left 17 Iraqi civilians dead
Michelle Obama started a storm Monday by saying that for the first time in her life she's proud of her country. Reaction wasn't all bad. She got a nice note from John McCain thanking her for the one hundred million dollars he can raise in his sleep now. - Argus Hamilton
notice, President Bush is in Africa this week? And yesterday, true story, he
visited a school and read to the students from "The Cat in the Hat." Yeah. There
was an awkward moment when one of the students told Bush, 'Sir, this is a
college.'" --Conan O'Brien
Who do you
think is trying to smear McCain? His party or ours?
It doesn't make sense.
The New York Times used all unnamed sources and that made me wonder the same thing -- why did the NYTimes go with the article?
Possibly the NYT got wind that another media outlet had the story and they wanted to beat them to it? We'll see if there is any other follow-up.
Personally, I think it is Huckabee and his Christian right wing supporters doing the dirty on McCain! lol
Republican Shenanigans News
McCain Loan Raises FEC Questions The Associated Press
Huckabee tells Texans they can keep him in the Republican race Houston Chronicle
U. of Colorado Makes Controversial Pick The Associated Press
"The founders of Ben & Jerry's ice cream are endorsing Barack Obama instead of Hillary Clinton, which makes sense because Baracky Road is a catchier name for an ice cream than Pantsuits and Cream." --Conan O'Brien
FAA to investigate 'sleeping' go! pilots
Microsoft yanks Vista SP1 update causing endless reboots
Fidel Castro's seventy-six-year-old brother and successor Raoul Castro is well known to enjoy alcohol and tobacco and women. The CIA is already trying to kill him. American kids mustn't learn that you can make it to seventy-six with these habits.- Argus Hamilton
We're All African!
Two big genetic studies confirm theories that modern humans evolved in Africa and then migrated through Europe and Asia to reach the Pacific and Americas.
Cheney to stump for Walberg at Marshall fundraiser MLive.com, MI
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Navy Scores Direct Hit on Satellite The Associated Press
'Drunken Lemurs' Reference Recalls Real-Life 'Dilbert' Firing
Prokopchuk and Alina Chaplenko of the Ukraine dive during the synchronized
ten-meter platform final at the Good Luck Beijing FINA Diving World Cup being
held at the National Aquatics Centre in Beijing February 21, 2008.