TGIF/Weekend edition - February 22-24, 2007
GOP Operative: Rove Sought To Smear Dem
FEC Warns McCain on Campaign Spending
Glimpse of Secret Rove
I wonder what Karl Rove will say on FoxNews about this?
"Over in Africa, President Bush is being welcomed as a hero in Tanzania. See, that's because President Bush always said one day third world countries would have the same economy as the United States and thanks to his economic plan, now they do." --Jay Leno
Gates Says Iraq Troop Withdrawals Will Probably Continue Voice of America
Turkey Invades Iraq
Turkish troops launched a ground incursion across the border into Iraq in pursuit of separatist Kurdish rebels, the military said Friday — a move that dramatically escalates Turkey's conflict with the militants.
Subject: McCain and NYT
About [yesterday's email]. I think it was Limpbaugh and the like. They needed a face-saving way to get back in line.
The NYT is their common enemy and it gives them a way to unite again without looking like flip-flopping, goose-stepping idiot sheep. The old adage goes, "Republicans fall in line, Democrats fall in love."
I love the adage!
Heavy damage but no deaths as 6.0 earthquake strikes northeastern ... Los Angeles Times
Security Stopped For Obama Event
details at Barack Obama's rally Wednesday stopped screening people for weapons
at the front gates more than an hour before the Democratic presidential
candidate took the stage at Reunion Arena.
The order to put down the metal detectors and stop checking purses and laptop bags came as a surprise to several Dallas police officers who said they believed it was a lapse in security.
band Abba wants John McCain to stop using their songs at his campaign rallies.
Yeah. When asked about it, McCain said, 'Who cares about Abba? Kids today are
into the Bee Gees.'" --Conan O'Brien
Republican Shenanigans News
Huckabee has faith in Texas Dallas Morning News
Republican acquitted in phone jamming The Union Leader, NH
McCain's visit will curb traffic Indianapolis Star
House GOP walks out over immigration bill
Republican Solution: Boycott
As congressional aides
worked furiously on Thursday to broker a deal on controversial electronic
surveillance legislation, there was only one thing missing from the talks:
Democratic staffers from both chambers have been meeting throughout the week, trying to reach a compromise on an update to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act and invited their Republican counterparts to participate.
However, Republican lawmakers have instructed their staffers to boycott the talks, saying they are unnecessary.
"Mike Huckabee's campaign is starting to taper off a little bit. Like for the big rallies, Chuck Norris just sends his stunt double." --Jay Leno
Shooting for the moon - and a $20 million prize San Jose Mercury News
Microsoft Pledges To Open Up Some Software
Windows Vista SP1 Blocks Antivirus Programs
17 Arrested in Canadian Hacking Bust PC World
Oh, Joy - Bush Has His Liberry
Methodist University will be home to George W. Bush's presidential library,
officials announced today
after more than
a year of exclusive negotiations.
The only surprise was when — not if — the deal would be announced.
“Well, congratulations to the new nation of Kosovo. They gained their independence this week,” and, “of course, President Bush was shocked when he heard this. He said, ‘Independence? We haven’t even invaded them yet!’” - Jay Leno
Terror suspect gains a witness Detroit Free Press
Archbishop slams UK's answer to Guantanamo Bay Kent News, United Kingdom
“‘The Wall Street Journal’ reports this week that the candy industry is so worried about falling candy sales, they’re now adding caffeine to the candy. Well, that’s every parent’s worst nightmare, huh? A fat kid that’s up all night.” - Jay Leno
No news on Cheney. Dick must be in that undisclosed location again.
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Have photos caught Clemens in a lie?
Death of Ex-Cop's 3rd Wife Was Homicide The Associated Press
of images taken approximately every twenty minutes show the moon passing through
the shadow of the earth as photographed in Toronto Wednesday Feb. 20, 2008. A
total lunar eclipse, can only occur on a full moon, when the moon passes through
the shadow of the earth. The next total lunar eclipse will not be visible from
North America until Dec. 21, 2010.
Best wishes to all for a peaceful weekend.