Thursday edition - February 7, 2007
Waterboarding is legal, White House says
Bush approved CIA dislosure on waterboarding
US Admiral Confirms Secret Camp at Gitmo
I wonder how many extra dozen Secret Service guys will be assigned to Bush after him admitting to torturing people? Bush really sounds like a drunk in denial. And what are they drinking up there in Washington DC? Liquid Cocaine with a Jack Daniels chaser?
Texas UFO Identified
US Military Deaths in Iraq at 3949 The Associated Press
Rice, Britain's Miliband in Unannounced Visit to Afghanistan
Al-Qaeda in Iraq Teaching Children to Kill, US Says
Secret Talks Led to Pakistan Cease-Fire
Angelina Jolie Is In Iraq
UN goodwill ambassador and Hollywood megastar Angelina Jolie visited Iraq on a humanitarian mission Thursday and met top officials to demand help for people displaced by the war.
Subject: Admitting Torture
Is Bush too stupid to realize he has admitted to a crime?
Waterboarding is torture and torture is a crime, domestic or military. Plain and simple.
Any thoughts on what will happen next?
LOVE your site. I always need a daily dose.
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I've always believed someone in the CIA would get revenge on Bush for what he did to their covert agent,Valerie Plame. As I'm sure you know, not only does the CIA play hardball but they execute it in a way that is as convoluted as their cover.
Maybe this scenario is one of those dark defining moments in history - A US President authorizes torturing people. And the CIA confirms it.
Just a thought.
Storms Across 5 States Leave at Least 52 Dead
"How about that Mitt Romney, huh? This guy looks like a lawyer who advertises on the back of a bus. ... This guy, he looks like an American actor who's popular in Germany. ... He looks like a contractor you'd have to sue, this Mitt Romney. ... He looks like the neighbor with the neat garage, that Mitt Romney. ... You remember Mitt Romney from the '80s? He was Mr. Goodwrench." --David Letterman
Lisa, I'm disappointed that after
all these years, you still can't see the Clintons for who they are.
The only difference between the "Arkansas cartel" and the "Texas cartel" (besides the huge discrepancy in IQ points) is that the Clintons aren't beholding to foreign interests.
Bill made his fortune the old-fashioned way ... cocaine smuggling and money laundering.
( See THE CLINTON CHRONICLES on --- link removed)
Bill has eliminated more witnesses than the Mafia ( See the CLINTON BODY COUNT at link removed )
Bill is certainly the "Teflon druglord". Vince Foster and JFK Jr. are just the tip of the iceberg.
If you are "educated by facts", please do your homework. Unless they've "gotten" to you as well.
WOW! You mean to tell me the Republicans spent millions to impeach Bill for cheating on his wife instead of impeaching him for being a drug lord and his own Mafia! Damn, the GOP are really sneaky people.
FYI: Did you realize those sources you sited were made by right wing Republicans?
ROFLOL - Thanks for the belly laugh. You'll never know how much I needed that.
Republican Shenanigans News
McCain and conservatives seek common purpose
Texas Republicans wary of McCain Dallas Morning News, TX
"A company here in Los Angeles is making dolls of all these current political figures. ... They're not like normal dolls where you pull the string and the dolls talk. These are a little different. These, you have to make a large donation to their campaign and then the dolls will say and do whatever you want." --Jay Leno
"But, by God, I wish that John McCain a great deal of luck. I'm telling you, at my age, I'm just happy to see a president who's older than I am, you know what I mean?" --David Letterman
Isn't This What Giuliani's Staff Did Before He Quit?
ABC News' Kate Snow Reports: Members of Senator Hillary Clinton's senior campaign staff have agreed to work without pay for the month of February. Communications Director Howard Wolfson called the move "a show of solidarity with Hillary Clinton".
I'm still the underdog, Obama insists Chicago Sun-Times
Clinton reports lending $5 million to her campaign Chicago Tribune
Oil Prices Fall Below $87 a Barrel The Associated Press
Macy's says reorganization will cut 2550 jobs Chicago Tribune
USDA's oversight of meat safety criticized Los Angeles Times
Cisco disappoints investors despite 10% sales growth
Or As I Call It - Legalized Usury
The woes in the U.S. financial sector are "poetic justice" for bankers who designed and sold complex investments that have since gone sour, billionaire investor Warren Buffett said on Wednesday.
"We must face the fact that the United States is neither omnipotent nor
omniscient; that we are only six percent of the world population; that we cannot
impose our will on the other 94 percent of mankind ... there cannot be an
American solution to every world problem." -- John F. Kennedy
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This image of the elliptical galaxy NGC 1132 and its surrounding region combines data from NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory and the Hubble Space Telescope and was released by NASA February 5, 2008. The blue/purple in the image is the X-ray glow from hot, diffuse gas detected by Chandra X-ray Observatory. Hubble's data reveal a giant foreground elliptical galaxy, plus numerous dwarf galaxies in its neighborhood, and many much more distant galaxies in the background. The perfect prison for presidents who admit they torture people. Photo/NASA/CXC/Penn State/G. Garmire