Tuesday edition - September 21, 2010
The No. 3 man in the House Republican leadership is brushing aside a negative report on tea party upstart Christine O'Donnell as part of pre-election "silly season."
Republican Senate candidate Christine O'Donnell is making light of comments she made more than a decade ago about having dabbled in witchcraft when she was in high school.
I took a sick day yesterday. I have an ear infection from that horrible cold I had last month. The good part is that I went to a pharmacy, described my symptoms and was prescribed an antibiotic, ear drops for my ears and anti-dizzy medicine which is probably for my blondeness.
"I do miss George Bush. Compared to
these teabaggers and the people who are pandering to them, he looks like a
professor." –Bill Maher
Japan v China
Japan urged China to remain calm and not inflame their diplomatic spat further Monday after Beijing severed high-level contacts and then called off a visit by Japanese youth over the detention of a Chinese fishing boat captain near disputed islands.
"In Delaware, Christine O'Donnell won
a huge upset in the primaries, but she has some problems. Karl Rove has accused
her of lying. When the guy that told 300 million Americans there were weapons of
mass destruction in Iraq says you're lying, he knows what he's talking about."
A Republican Who Doesn't Bash Illegal Immigrants
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell says illegal immigrants do essential work in the U.S. and he has firsthand knowledge of that — because they fix his house.
"[Christine O'Donnell] hates
masturbation, which is ironic, because she owes her nomination to a bunch of
jackoffs." –Bill Maher
Homophobia: GOP Talking Point
At a time when gays have been gaining victories across
the country, the Republican Party in Montana still wants to make homosexuality
The party adopted an official platform in June that keeps a long-held position in support of making homosexual acts illegal, a policy adopted after the Montana Supreme Court struck down such laws in 1997.
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By Madeleine Begun Kane
Bush’s tax cuts are due to expire.
Their effects were quite bad — even dire.
The deficit climbed,
The economy slimed.
So why are the Dems under fire?
These cuts were a GOP plan
By the millionaire’s tax-cutting clan.
They promised a boost,
But the tax cuts produced
A big mess. Why should Dems be a fan?
Yet Republicans push and cajole —
More cuts for the rich is their goal.
They make stale, hollow claims
To bolster their aims —
No remorse for the good times they stole.
Pinhead Patriot: John McCain
Last week Harry Reid
announced that he will insert the DREAM (Development, Relief and Education for
Alien Minors) Act into a defense authorization bill, granting permanent
residency to young undocumented immigrants who honorably serve in the armed
forces for two years. This infuriated Republicans, including
John McCain, who
called it “onerous” and “a pure political act” despite co-sponsoring the same
bill in 2005, 2006, and 2007. (Colin Powell, still technically a Republican,
approves of the proposal.)
Obama moved to plug non- producing off shore wells. Too bad he can't do the same thing with Harry Reid. - Will Durst
Lisa Casey - PO Box 88 - Ashford, AL 36312
Subject: Your PO Box
The only mail in your PO Box was a bizarre letter from a religious nut in Miami -- four handwritten pages urging you to read the King James version of the Bible. No name of course. I saved it so you can read it, although it would probably make you more nauseous than you currently feel.
Didn't he specify which of the 200+ Bible interpretations of the King James version he wants me to read?
Oy Vey. Someone who would take the time to handwrite four pages is worrisome.
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"Shame on you Jon Stewart. America
cannot afford a rally to restore sanity in the middle of a recession. Did you
even consider how many panic-related jobs that might cost us in the
fear-industrial complex?" —Stephen Colbert, announcing the March to Keep
had some advice for President Obama and the Democrats: Tell voters
"It's okay to be mad."'
The former president can relate to Obama’s situation -- but Clinton said the president needs to tell...
Sarah Palin made a high profile appearance at a Republican fundraising dinner in Iowa. She didn’t actually say she’s running for president. She just winked it in Morse code. - Jimmy Kimmel
Almost Halfway There!
Thank you Dee, Anita and Ellen!
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An artwork by German artist Tobias Marx is displayed at the 4th Beijing International
Art Biennale in the National Art Museum of China September 19, 2010. Themed "Environment Concern and Human Existence", the biennale stresses the responsibility of contemporary artists towards increasing awareness for environmental problems.
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