Monday edition - September 10, 2007





Bush security adviser calls Osama bin Laden 'impotent'
New York Daily News - 9-10-07

Talking tough, a top White House official yesterday belittled Al Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden as "virtually..


Poll: Iraqis Say US Troops Not Helping
The Associated Press - 9-10-07
WASHINGTON (AP) — Overwhelming numbers of Iraqis say the US troop buildup has worsened security and the prospects for economic and political progress in ...

Yesterday's Insurgents Are Today's Allies in Iraq
U.S. News & World Report, DC - 9-10-07
FALLUJAH, IRAQ—In what has been a hotbed of the Sunni insurgency, Gen. David Petraeus, the top US commander in Iraq, and Sunni Vice President Tariq al-Hashimi recently strolled through a market full of vegetables and along a main


Bush says "We're kicking ass" in Iraq. That's awfully strange coming from a man who's lost his. - Grant Gerver,




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


Fence Building


The Pentagon is preparing to build a military base near the Iraq-Iran border to try to curtail the flow of advanced Iranian weaponry to Shiite militants across Iraq, the Wall Street Journal reported on Monday in its online edition.



Donald Rumsfeld said he couldn't recall the last time he and the president spoke.

Do you miss him? "Um, no," Rumsfeld said.





"But did you hear about this? Senator Craig from Idaho plans to fight a disorderly conduct charge. He wants to change his plea to 'not creepy.'"-David Letterman


The Gift That Keeps Giving - Senator Larry Craig


Sen. Larry Craig should be allowed to withdraw his guilty plea in a sex sting because he was under extreme stress after being hounded by journalists asking questions about his sexuality, his lawyer argues.

Craig, an Idaho Republican, pleaded guilty in August to disorderly conduct following a sting operation in a men's bathroom at the Minneapolis airport. His lawyer, William Martin, said he will file court documents Monday trying to undo that decision so Craig can fight the charge.



By Don Davis



Disturbing News


"Anybody see the Republican debate? You know a debate is dull when the most exciting guy there is Brit Hume. Side effects of the Republican debate include dizziness, nausea and sexual dysfunction." --David Letterman



Republican Shenanigans


Laura Bush's surgeon says George is a pain in the neck
The Spoof (satire), UK 



President Bush has embarrassed himself and the nation in Australia. I don’t know if you saw this, but he was at the APEC Convention – that’s Asian Pacific Economic Cooperation. He said it was OPEC. Then he referred to the Australians as the “Austrians.” And then he almost walked off the edge of the stage and killed himself. He was going to step on a rake and have it hit in the head, but he’s saving that for the French, he said.- Bill Maher


Rock-The-Voter News


"I heard something interesting today. After he leaves office, George W. Bush is going to start a think tank. That's right, it's like Michael Vick opening an animal shelter. Yeah, the George Bush think tank: it only has a shallow end." --David Letterman





Biz-Tech News



"In Idaho, restroom enthusiast Senator Larry Craig, he said he will resign. ... He said he enjoyed being in Washington and he'll miss his colleagues on both sides of the stall." --Jay Leno


Bush-Prison-Torture News



“Scientists in Russia have announced they will send a man to the moon by the year 2025. And a defiant President Bush said today, ‘Not if we get there first!’” - Jay Leno





Go-F***-Yourself News 




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Odd News



The mummy named "La Doncella" (The Maiden) is displayed at Salta's High Mountain Archaeological Museum (MAAM) in the northern province of Salta September 5, 2007. The mummy, which was found frozen at the peak of Mount Llullaillaco in the northwestern Argentine Andes at 6,700 meters (21,981 feet) above sea level on March 1999, is being exhibited for the first time since its discovery. Photo/Courtesy El Tribuno-Walter Echazu