Thursday edition - August 23, 2007

 

 

 

 

Historians Question Bush’s Reading of Lessons of Vietnam War for Iraq
New York Times, United States - 8-23-07
Now, in urging Americans to stay the course in Iraq, President Bush is challenging that historical memory. In reminding Americans that the pullout in 1975 was followed by years of bloody upheaval in Southeast Asia, Mr.
 

Al-Maliki tells US that Iraq could find other friends
Kansas City Star, MO - 8-23-07
He said that Iraq would find other friends if the United States was disenchanted. “These statements do not concern us a lot,” Al-Maliki told reporters while he was visiting Syria.

US Armored Vehicles Slow to Reach Iraq
Forbes, NY - 18-23-07
The vehicles - known as MRAPs - have a special V-shaped hull that provides greater protection against roadside bombs. According to the military, no troops


 

Bush is proof positive that presidents should be required to take an IQ test, a history test, and a drug test wouldn't hurt either.

 


 

Bush mulls going back into Vietnam to "finish the job." - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com

 


 

 


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


 

The difference between Jane Fonda and George Bush is that Jane Fonda went to Vietnam. - Argus Hamilton, comedian
 


 


 

Pull out the Troops. Pull out the President. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com

 


Disturbing News


Missing Emails

 

 A House committee chairman led the criticism Wednesday about the Bush administration's claim that a White House office involved in a dispute over missing e-mails can keep records from the public.

 


 

 


Republican Shenanigans

 


Bush Loses Court Case

 

A federal judge ordered the Bush administration to issue two scientific reports on global warming, siding with environmentalists who sued the White House for failing to produce the documents.

 


 

Asleep at the wheel - funny video

 


 

 

 


Rock-The-Voter News


David Letterman: Top Ten Top Good Things About Marrying Into The Bush Family:

10. Great deals on Fallujah honeymoon.
9. You’ll inherit President Bush’s extensive collection of Chuck Norris memorabilia.
8. It’s a good bet the wedding reception will have an open bar.
7. Might see Cheney shoot an old guy – still a reference, ladies and gentlemen.
6. Learning from Grandma Barbara how to spit chaw.
5. Every Wednesday is Taco Night.
4. What could be more fascinating than learning what makes Jeb tick?
3. If half the family hates you, you still have a better approval rating than George.
2. W can lend you the ‘Mission Accomplished’ banner to put up in the bedroom.
1. Little chance you’ll be the dumbest guy in the family.
 

 


 

Bumper sticker slogan contest from the Democrats

 


 

www.airfarceone.net

 

 


 

 

 


Biz-Tech News


 

 


Bush-Prison-Torture News


 

CHENEY, CITING NEW SPYING LEGISLATION, AUTHORIZES ANOTHER BREAK-IN AT DANIEL ELLSBERG’S PSYCHIATRIST

By Don Davis


 


 

www.stevebradenton.com

 


Go-F***-Yourself News


 

Email

Subject: AHNC Bucks

 

Lisa,


Just kicked in another $100. It’s not much, but hopefully it will help meet your goal.


Keep up the good work. People like you help the rest of the world wake up to the insanity of our reality.

I’ve got a 13 year old and a 7 year old and I am scared to death about the draft talk (a 10 year plan for Iraq, God knows what for Iran and now Syria, and a decimated military mean they’ll be needing more meat for the grinder). I’m old enough to remember what it was like during Vietnam . I remember my mother crying because young men that she had taught in high school were coming home dead or maimed. I’m no pacifist but I’ll be damned if I sacrifice my children for the wrong war for the wrong reasons at the wrong time in the wrong place. No one should have to give their life for the sake of corporate profits – and that goes for miners as well as soldiers.

I’m tired of the dog and pony show politics of this war. I’m sickened by the war profiteering and the overall corruption of Bush Co. and the GOP in general. Whenever I hear “the Democrats were corrupt, too, when they were in power” I want to scream. There’s a difference between stealing big and stealing little. Neither one is right, but I’ll take the little over the big any day (beside the fact that the Dems were still doing some good things).

Most of all, I’m sick of the attitude that we work for Washington , instead of Washington working for us.

Who do we have to blow to get these idiots impeached? ; )

Shari

 

Big hug, Shari.  You know I appreciate your ongoing support!

 

I feel the same way you do and have ever since Jeb Bush stepped over his own Florida Supreme Court and went to the US Supreme Court to get his brother elected president.

 

Stealing is a Bush family value, eh? Whether it be elections or oil or our civil rights.

 

I know how you feel about your children and the draft.  I have a 21 year old who will graduate next June with a double major, Chinese and Criminology. I sure don't want him to be drafted either.  I believe Americans would reject any draft talk, heck, most Americans are against the war.

 

I know of no Democrat who lied to us into a pre-emptive invasion of a country and then outed a CIA agent whose husband was a critic of the president's claims AND took away most of our civil rights at the same time. And yet the Democrats have been as effective as a wet noodle in fighting these mad men.

 

To answer your question: "Who do we have to blow to get these idiots impeached? ; ) " --  Bill Clinton? Just kidding.

 

Thank you again.

 



 

Please donate so I can put food on my family 

 


Odd News


 

 

Naked volunteers pose for U.S. photographer Spencer Tunick in the Aletsch region in front of the Aletsch glacier August 18, 2007. Tunick held the photo session for a Greenpeace campaign to highlight climate change. Photo/Stefan Wermuth

 

 

 

 

 

Peace.