Monday edition - June 8, 2009
Unable to turn the public against sex, the pro-life movement will be on the
march Saturday trying to convince women that birth-control pills will kill
'Protest the Pill Day': Hurting women by spreading lies
Stephen Colbert shaves head for US troops in Iraq
noticed all of the dictators are stepping down? Castro stepping down. Kim
Jong-Il. Dick Cheney. They're all taking a break." --David Letterman
Korean dictator, Kim Jong-Il, is in the process of deciding who is going to be
his successor and the most likely person is his youngest son, Kim Jong-Un. Yeah.
Kim Jong-Un says he's excited but realizes he's got some awfully big women's
sunglasses to fill. They're like the windshield from a Toyota." --Conan
More Bad Bush Decisions Biting Our Butts
This is one Christmas
gift U.S. taxpayers don't need.
Construction of a $30 million dining facility at a U.S. base in Iraq is scheduled to be completed Dec. 25. But the decision to build it was based on bad planning and botched paperwork. The project is too far along to stop, making the mess hall a future monument to the waste and inefficiency plaguing the war effort, according to an independent panel investigating contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan.
In its first report to Congress, the Wartime Contracting Commission presents a bleak assessment of how tens of billions of dollars have been spent since 2001.
"Rush Limbaugh, you know Rush Limbaugh? The new face of the Republican Party, Rush Limbaugh. He says now, listen to this, he says now that he might support Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor. Yes, depending on how much OxyContin he can get his hands on." --David Letterman
"The FBI has always hated the CIA."- Joe Scarborough, Here's the youtube clip @ 1:23
Sarah Palin hits New York City, joins Rudy Giuliani for Yankees game New York Daily News
"By the way, I think this is good news. The CIA announced that they have a new lead on Osama bin Laden. They think that he's been hiding out in the $2,500 dollar seats at Yankee Stadium. They think that's where he is." --David Letterman
Laura Bush Defends Cheney
lady Laura Bush said Monday
she knows why former Vice President Dick Cheney feels the need to attack
President Obama's policies, and publicly defend his own administration's legacy.
President Obama is in Germany right now, but he was in the Middle East before that. King Abdullah of Saudi Arabia met with Obama and gave him a large, shiny medallion on a thick, gold chain. Obama said, “Thank you, but I think you have me confused with Flavor Flav.”- Jimmy Fallon
'It's me,' Obama said of stone carving
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Gov't has 'grave concerns' over potential martyrs The Associated Press
Bush will be the online commencement speaker at University of Phoenix. - Grant "Brad" Gerver
Dick Cheney Approval Rises to 37 Percent in Recent Poll Product Design & Development
By Madeleine Begun Kane
You just can’t avoid Lizzie Cheney.
The former Veep’s to blame.
Their surnames are the same, you see.
I sure would not miss Lizzie Cheney,
If suddenly I found
Liz Cheney unrenowned. Yippee!
Say it loud and her lies are playing.
Make her stop, I confess I am praying.
She’ll never stop fibbing.
The most terrible lies I’ve ever heard.
I hope you had a good time today!
Offline Donation - Lisa Casey - PO Box 88 - Ashford, AL 36312
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To Help You Deflate Photo
on the 32nd floor as he climbs the Royal Bank of Scotland building in Sydney,
Australia, Tuesday, June 2, 2009. The French skyscraper climber nicknamed
'Spiderman' was arrested Tuesday after scaling a 41-story building in downtown
Sydney with his bare hands, stopping traffic on the busy street below.
Photo/Southern Cross Equities