Monday edition - September 17, 2007
Bush: More US Troops in Support Roles
Gates Urges Veto of
Bush To Pick Mukasey As Attorney General
"According to a new AP poll, the most popular presidential candidate among registered Republicans is 'none of the above.' At the moment, Rudy Giuliani is running third, just behind 'Good Lord, not him.'" --Conan O'Brien
Us Military Deaths In Iraq At 3780 Guardian Unlimited
Iraq: Bicycle Bomb Strikes, 5 Dead
Militants kill 30 in Iraq attacks Swissinfo, Switzerland
Suspect held in Sunni leader's death San Jose Mercury News
Bush Reiterates Support for Iraq Strategy in Weekly Radio Address Chosun Ilbo, South Korea
Ahmadinejad wants to debate Bush
Iran Wants Debate
Mahmoud Ahmadinejad challenged U.S. President George W. Bush to a debate on
global issues at a U.N. summit in New York, state TV reported on Sunday,
repeating a call rejected by Washington last year.
"I had suggested holding a debate. I am saying again that let us discuss global concerns at the (U.N.) General Assembly in front of representatives of other nations," Ahmadinejad told state television.
We may never know what the World Trade Center meant to our enemies, but our inability to build anything on the site in six years symbolizes our national head-up-the-ass. You know, it took two years to build the Eiffel Tower.- Bill Maher
Greenspan on Clinton and Bush
Clinton, a musician like
Greenspan, cared about doing what was economically prudent, even if it wasn't
popular, according to the book. The ``saxophone wasn't the only thing we had in
common,'' he wrote.
Greenspan also said he worked well with Clinton's advisers, particularly Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin and his successor, Larry Summers.
The Bush White House was run quite differently, with the treasury secretary serving merely as a spokesman for administration policy and with its emphasis on ``loyalty and staying on message,'' according to the former Fed chairman.
Yeah, Rudy Giuliani, on his third marriage. I donít know if I would criticize a group called MoveOn. - Bill Maher
In Bush Speech, Signs of Split on Iran Policy New York Times
Executive Describes Work on Senatorís Home New York Times
It's a tough job, and Tony Snow opts to let someone else do it Christian Science Monitor
Abortion protest draws 800 in Aurora Chicago Tribune
Larry Craig toilet 'tourist site' BBC News
only Republican with a withdrawal plan that really works is Betty Ford. -
Papa Bush Update
Give former President George H. W. Bush some credit for trying to return balance to politics. He has invited Democratic presidential contenders to speak at his library at Texas a&m University. But they're stiffing him
Kucinich campaigns on Hawaii 'aloha spirit'
Clinton's Brother Settles Debt Suit The Associated Press
story last night ó President Bush addressed the nation with a speech about Iraq.
The speech aired on all three networks, and was secretly videotaped by the New
England Patriots." - Conan O'Brien
"Activism has become narcissism. Itís why Al Gore canít get people to focus on
global warming unless thereís a rock concert. ďMelting icebergs, brought to you
by Smashing Pumpkins.Ē - Bill Maher
Cock a doodle do
In "Revolution of Hope," set to hit book stores October 4, former Mexico President Vicente Fox calls Bush "the cockiest guy I have ever met in my life,"
"Senator Vitter is denying this woman's allegations. Who are you gonna believe?
A U.S. senator or a hooker? I've gotta go with the hooker." --Jay Leno
US Probes Banned Briefs Found at Gitmo
Cheney: US 'getting things right in Iraq'
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An iceberg melts off Ammassalik Island in Eastern Greenland in this July 19, 2007 file photo. Arctic ice has shrunk to the lowest level on record, new satellite images show, raising the possibility that the Northwest Passage that eluded famous explorers will become an open shipping lane. The European Space Agency said nearly 200 satellite photos taken together in Sept. 2007 showed an ice-free passage along northern Canada, Alaska and Greenland, and ice retreating to its lowest level since such images were first taken in 1978. Photo/John McConnico