TGIF/Weekend edition edition - February 8-10, 2007



Bush to Signal Support for McCain
Washington Post - 2-8-08
By Peter Baker With the race to succeed him reaching a critical juncture, President Bush this morning plans to begin rallying the Republican base around its presumptive nominee, John McCain, and in the process define his own legacy for the general..


Justice Dept. 'Cannot' Probe Waterboarding, Mukasey Says
Washington Post - 2-8-08
The attorney general yesterday rejected growing congressional calls for a criminal investigation of the CIA's use of simulated drownings to extract information from its detainees, as Vice President Cheney called it a "good thing" that the...

CIA Chief Doubts Tactic to Interrogate Is Still Legal
New York Times, United States - 2-8-08
He made his remarks as Vice President Dick Cheney defended tough interrogation tactics on people suspected of having ties to Al Qaeda, and as Attorney

Torture? We don't torture. We just change the definition of the word.



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

The Crusade Continues


EL PASO, Texas - Four U.S. soldiers accused of murdering suspected insurgents during a raid in Iraq said they were under orders to “kill all military age males,” according to sworn statements obtained by The Associated Press.


Subject: Romney's sons

Now that Mitt Romney has dropped out of the Presidential race, his five military-aged sons are freed up to enlist and fight in Iraq. That is, unless they're all afflicted with their father's fatal Republican disease: Hypocrisy.

Keep up the good work Lisa.



Thanks, Randall.

Great point about Mitt's sons. To be pro-war and not have one of your five sons serving in the military sure didn't help Mittens.

It is gratifying to know that Mitt's money couldn't buy Republican votes.








Disturbing News


"John McCain was the big Republican winner. One pundit said McCain's lucky nickel was working. He carries a lucky nickel. It must be lucky - six months ago, that was his campaign war chest." --Jay Leno





How Low Can They Go?


It's almost as if people can barely stand the thought of President Bush and Congress anymore. Bush reached his lowest approval rating in The Associated Press-Ipsos poll on Friday as only 30 percent said they like the job he is doing, including an all-time low in his support by Republicans. Congress' approval fell to just 22 percent, equaling its poorest grade in the survey. Both marks dropped by 4 percentage points since early January.



Republican Shenanigans News


"I don't want to say Romney did bad, but this was the worst night for Mormons since Marie Osmond passed out on Dancing with the Stars." --Jay Leno





Pat Buchanan: McCain Will Make Cheney Look Like Gandhi - YouTube


"Mitt Romney came in second to John McCain. John McCain got the black vote, but Mitt got the well-tanned vote." --David Letterman

Rock-The-Voter News









Biz/Tech News



The Republican Party primaries Tuesday left the GOP dismayed and split between three oddball candidates. One guy thinks the earth was made in six days, one guy thinks the Garden of Eden was in Missouri, one guy wants U.S. troops in Iraq for the next hundred years. And Britney Spears thought she got out of the asylum on Wednesday. - Argus Hamilton





The Bush Legacy: Missing Records


GUANTANAMO BAY U.S. NAVAL BASE, Cuba (Reuters) - The U.S. military has lost a year's worth of records describing the Guantanamo confinement of Osama bin Laden's driver, a prosecutor said at the Yemeni captive's war court hearing on Thursday.


Bush-Prison-Torture News




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