Thursday edition - September 27, 2007

 

 

 

Bin Laden may have just escaped US forces
MSNBC - 9-27-07
One of the officials interviewed by NBC News, a general officer, admitted Tuesday that it was “possible” Bin Laden was at Tora Bora, saying, in fact, "I still don’t know if he was there."...

 

Latest Twist in MoveOn Ad Saga: 'Star Tribune' Refunding Money to Al Franken
Editor & Publisher - 9-26-07
MINNEAPOLIS The Star Tribune of Minneapolis will be refunding about $12000 spent on a full-page ad to Al Franken's Senate campaign, a Franken campaign...

Shootings by Blackwater Exceed Other Firms in Iraq
New York Times - 9-27-07
An Iraqi woman walked past a burnt car at the site where Blackwater guards opened fire, killing nine civilians and a policeman. By JOHN M. BRODER and JAMES RISEN WASHINGTON


 

President Bush had to be rushed to the hospital early this morning. He looked into the mirror while shaving and saw President Ahmadinejad, then collapsed.  - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com

 


 

www.internetweekly.org

 


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


 

George W Bush- Draft Dodger - Greg Palast

 


Dan Rather vs. CBS

 

When CBS replaced the edgy Rather with the sugary Katie Couric as anchor of the "Evening News," it imagined it had solved its problem, its "errors." The news would get softer, the Republicans in control of the White House and Congress would be nicer, Viacom would grab more media, and ratings would climb. Thus, dismissing Rather would yield untold dividends. Unfortunately for CBS's visionaries, none of that has worked out as planned. Couric simply lacks basic journalistic instincts and skills, and the "CBS Evening News" is at rock bottom in ratings and sinking farther.

Rather could have simply allowed the statute of limitations to run out, lived off his millions, and faded away. But the incident ate at him. On one level, the Bush National Guard story is about Bush and the National Guard. On another, of course, it is about Rather's reputation. But on yet another it is about CBS's overwhelming desire to please the Bush White House and censor itself.

 


Katie Couric vs. Dan Rather

 

"There were things in there that were quite egregious in terms of how it was reported," Couric said of the report.

"And sloppy work is sloppy work."

"I don't believe Ms. Couric knows all the facts," Rather told The Post yesterday.

"When they come out, she may well change her mind."

 


 

 

 


 


 

Disturbing News

 


In Case You Don't Have Enough To Worry About

 

Staged cyber attack reveals vulnerability in power grid...Sources familiar with the experiment said the same attack scenario could be used against huge generators that produce the country's electric power.
Some experts fear bigger, coordinated attacks could cause widespread damage to electric infrastructure that could take months to fix.

 


 

Bill Clinton slams 'smearing' Republicans

 


 

 

 


 

"I was a little disappointed to hear this. Rudy Giuliani, Fred Thompson, Mitt Romney and John McCain all said they cannot attend the minority debate this week at Morgan State University because they have scheduling conflicts. They're scheduled to meet with rich white people" --Jay Leno
 


Republican Shenanigans


 

"As you know, the Iranian president said a lot of stupid things yesterday. My favorite is when he said there are no homosexuals in Iran. In fact, today, Idaho Senator Larry Craig volunteered to go over there on an ass-finding mission." --Jay Leno

 

 


Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas Wrote A Book!

 

Most Washington parties can be crashed with simple name-dropping or the flash of a powerful business card. Next week’s book party for Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas, however, is off-limits to intruders.

“If you don’t have an invite, don’t come,” said Armstrong Williams, who will host the party at his Northeast D.C. home. “And don’t bring guests who aren’t on the list.”

 


 

 

 


Rock-The-Voter News


 

Mexico's Vicente Fox said in his new book released Friday that President Bush is afraid of horses. The president was once tossed out of the saddle and got his feet caught in the stirrups. The Woolworth's manager had to come outside and turn off the electricity. - Argus Hamilton

 


 


 


 

 

 


Biz-Tech News

 


 

“This Saturday, President Bush will be on hand in Washington to celebrate the seventh annual National Book Festival. That’s right. The President is very excited about the festival because he’s been named Cliff Notes’ Man of the Year.” - Conan O’Brien

 


 

 


 

Maybe we ought to take a cue from Myanmar's Buddhist monks and take to the streets.  - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com

 


Bush-Prison-Torture News



Go-F***-Yourself News


 

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Odd News


 

 

These artist renderings provided by the U.S. Mint shows four of the designs under consideration to replace the 'tails' side of the Abraham Lincoln penny. During the 2009 observance of the 200th anniversary of Lincoln's birth and 100th anniversary of the introduction of the Lincoln penny. To commemorate the event, the U.S. Mint, at the direction of Congress, will introduce four rotating designs on the one-cent coin for that year depicting different aspects of Lincoln's life. The designs will replace the engraving of the Lincoln Memorial on the 'tails' side of the coin. The famous profile of Lincoln will remain on the 'heads' side of the coin. Photo/US Mint

 

 

Peace.