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Wednesday edition - August 1 , 2007




Saudis Consider Upgraded Relations With Iraq
New York Times, United States - 8-1-07
Saudi Arabia’s foreign minister today said his country was considering plans to upgrade its diplomatic ties with Iraq but rebuffed calls from the Bush administration to do more to halt Saudis from crossing the border to join the insurgency.


Report: Iraq expenses sloppily kept - to the tune of $19.2 billion
CNN - 8-1-07
WASHINGTON (AP) -- The Pentagon cannot fully account for $19.2 billion worth of equipment provided to Iraqi security forces, government auditors said

Cheney Predicts Progress in Iraq Report
Washington Post, United States - 8-1-07
AP WASHINGTON -- Vice President Dick Cheney said Tuesday a pivotal September report on the war in Iraq is likely to show "significant progress" _ putting ...


The Sunni bloc has quit the Iraq government and 69 were obliterated in a suicide bombing today. Dang, just when Cheney was so upbeat about things. I'll bet he's "throeing" up.- Grant Gerver,




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



Subject: Using Kidnapped Slave Labor To Build Our Iraq Embassy


If this Congressional testimony does not blow your mind, then nothing will.

It is the opening statement from Rory Mayberry, a medical tech hired to be sure that OSHA standards of health and safety were in effect, describing how the US State Department is using kidnapped forced labor to build the new "super-embassy" in Baghdad's green zone.

This involves 51 Filipino workers. Their plane was diverted from Dubai to Iraq, they were held at gunpoint, smuggled onto the Green Zone and they have been forced to help build our embassy against their will.

Remember this is sworn Congressional testimony.




"Today, the White House announced they want to sell Saudi Arabia $20 billion worth of weapons. Saudi Arabia is going to pay for the weapons by giving us five or six gallons of gas." --Conan O'Brien




Disturbing News

Pat Tillman Update


The Army censured a retired three-star general Tuesday for a "perfect storm of mistakes, misjudgments and a failure of leadership" after the 2004 friendly-fire death in Afghanistan of Army Ranger Pat Tillman.




Republican Shenanigans

Donald Rumsfeld Update


Former Defense Secretary Donald H. Rumsfeld defended himself and took no personal responsibility Wednesday for the military's bungled response to Army Ranger Pat Tillman's friendly-fire death in Afghanistan.


"More bad news today for John McCain. John McCain's media team has resigned. McCain says he intends to stay in the race, according to the campaign's new media spokesman ... John McCain" --Jay Leno


Rock-The-Voter News


The Swaggerer In Chief invites the Iraqi Parliament to vacation in Crawford. They'll break bread, clear brush, brand cattle, bicycle and fight terror.

- Grant Gerver,



Executive Privilege Update


President Bush is expected to claim executive privilege to prevent two more White House aides from testifying before Congress about the firings of federal prosecutors.






Biz-Tech News






Subject: Hillary's cleavage


With the Bushies wanting to arm Saudi Arabia and now the to do about Hillary's cleavage -- look out ladies or we may all have to wear Burkas.



Bush-Prison-Torture News




You know what's touching? Dicktator Cheney standing up for his pal, Al Gonzales. Now, that calls for a drunken quail hunt.

- Grant Gerver,


Go-F***-Yourself News





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Anak, a 31-year-old Orangutan, holds her five-day-old baby Apie in her arms in Ouwehands Zoo in Rhenen, central Netherlands, July 31, 2007. The baby was born in captivity at the zoo. The zoo participates in the European Endangered Species Programme (EEP) , a European breeding program to save the endangered Orangutans from extinction. Photo/Michael Kooren