Tuesday edition - March 25, 2008



Bush close to deciding future Iraq deployment: White House
AFP - 3-24-08
WASHINGTON (AFP) — President George W. Bush is close to making a decision on future troop deployments in Iraq, the White House said Monday as the number of..


Cheney on 4000 war deaths:'Regret... every loss.'
Baltimore Sun, United States - 3-25-08
Vice President Dick Cheney today was asked about the 4000 American military fataltities in the war in Iraq. "You regret every casualty, every loss,'' he said.

Iraq seen as more stable than Afghanistan - report
Reuters - 3-25-08
WASHINGTON, March 25 (Reuters) - Iraq has emerged as a more stable country than Afghanistan, thanks to lower violence, the presence of a


W hits new popularity low: proof to him that he's doing everything right. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com



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

Meanwhile, Back In Russia...


President Vladimir Putin lobbied Iraq's prime minister Monday on behalf of Russian companies trying to get a cut of contracts for rebuilding Iraq's infrastructure, particularly its crucial oil and gas sector.





“Even President Bush is starting to get worried about this economy being out of control, you know. I mean, gold is over $1,000 an ounce. Oil, over $100 a barrel. Hookers, $5,000 an hour. Who can afford this?” - Jay Leno




Disturbing News


"This week, John McCain received a warm welcome in Israel. He was in Israel. You know, he is hugely popular in Israel ever since he stood with the Jewish people against the pharaoh. They've never forgotten." --Jay Leno




Republican Shenanigans


"The thing is, Republicans, of course, don't allow dangerous religious freaks to advise their campaigns. They nominate them." --Bill Maher




Fox Refuses Fine


In an unusually aggressive step, Fox Broadcasting yesterday refused to pay a $91,000 indecency fine levied by the Federal Communications Commission for an episode of a long-canceled reality television show, even as the network fights two other indecency fines in the Supreme Court.



“Today, Barack Obama addressed some of the more controversial comments made by his longtime minister, Jeremiah Wright. The guy said some crazy stuff, like, ‘gays caused 9/11, Hurricane Katrina was God’s revenge for our sins.’ Oh, I’m sorry. That’s Pat Robertson. That’s the other side’s nutball minister.” - Jay Leno




Rock-The-Voter News

Where In The World Is Fred Thompson?


Former Republican presidential hopeful Fred Thompson is returning to his career as an actor and signed a deal to be represented by the William Morris Agency, the talent group said on Monday.





“And Vice President Dick Cheney went to Iraq, or as he calls it, spring break. Yeah! See the oil buddies.” - Jay Leno





Biz-Tech News



"A big insurance company just announced they will give $10 million to anyone who can invent a car that gets 100 miles per gallon. Meanwhile, Exxon says they'll give $11 million to anyone who kills that guy." --Conan O'Brien



Bush-Prison-Torture News



"Also, the fifth anniversary of the Iraq war. How romantic. Once again, they forgot to greet us with flowers. ... Traditionally, this is the wood anniversary -- five. Which is fitting, 'cause that's what Dick Cheney gets when he thinks of war." --Bill Maher



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In a photo provided by NASA, the STS-123 crew on Sunday March 23, 2008, onboard the international space station pose for an in-space crew portrait on the last fulle day on the International Space Station. Clockwise from the lower right corner are astronauts Dominic Gorie, commander; Robert L. Behnken and Rick Linnehan, both mission specialists; Gregory H. Johnson, pilot; and Mike Foreman and JAXA's Takao Doi, both mission specialists. Shuttle Endeavor left the space station on Monday and is due back on Easth Wednesday.