Wednesday edition - September 5, 2007




I do care about climate change, insists Bush
Independent Online - 9-5-07
Sydney - United States President George Bush said on Wednesday that the claim that he didn't care about climate change was "preposterous" and berated Europeans for trumpeting their binding Kyoto emission-reduction targets and not meeting them.


Bush's new friends: The Sunnis
Salon - 9-5-07
 President Bush, center, shakes hands with Sheik Abdul Sattar during a meeting with tribal leaders at Al Asad Air Base in Anbar province..

'Idaho Statesman' Refuses to Purchase Strange Larry Craig Phone ...
Editor & Publisher - 9-5-07
Larry Craig that he might reconsider his decision to resign made national news late Tuesday. But his local Idaho Statesman in Boise, via the newspaper Roll ...


I wonder why I always feel safer when Bush is out of the country?



"President Bush loves the Labor Day weekend. It gives him a chance to unwind, and, gosh, I'm thinking 'when does this guy wind?'" --David Letterman




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


Made in Iraq?


Efforts to rebuild Iraq's shuttered industrial base, including an infusion of $760 million in U.S. funds over the past year, is making slow progress but has had little success getting Iraqi products to American consumers.



President Bush made a secret trip to al-Anbar province in Iraq Monday to offer help to Sunni tribal leaders. We tried backing the Shiites and now we're going to back the Sunnis. If this doesn't work, the only thing left to try is backing al-Qaeda.  - Argus Hamilton





Disturbing News



Iraqi Immigrants


Nearly 530 Iraqi refugees were admitted to the United States last month, a huge bump from July but still far short of the number needed to fulfill the Bush administration's pledge to accept 2,000 by the end of September.



By Don Davis



Republican Shenanigans


China Denies Hacking Pentagon


China strongly denied reports on Tuesday that its military was behind a successful hacking attack on the Pentagon computer network earlier this year.

Jiang Yu, a foreign ministry spokeswoman, said at a regular news briefing on Tuesday the accusations against China were “absurd”.

“The criticism is unfounded, which represents cold war thinking,” she said.





Democrats Unveil Their 'Contract of Wimpiness'


Rock-The-Voter News


Air Force Loses Nukes


Mistakes by U.S. Air Force personnel left five nuclear warheads unaccounted for during a three-hour period on Aug. 30, according to Army Times.

The paper, a fellow Gannett publication, cites anonymous sources who say that five Advanced Cruise Missiles were mistakenly loaded on a B-52 bomber that flew from a base in North Dakota to one in Louisiana. The missiles, set to be decommissioned, should have been removed from the plane. Instead, they were mounted on the bomber’s wings.





TPMtv: GOP Bathroom Etiquette Breakdown!





Biz-Tech News


John McCain Update


Senator John McCain greeted a lot of friendly faces when his campaign rolled through Conchord, New Hampshire on Tuesday, but one resident wouldn't let him off so easily.

During a question and answer session, McCain jokingly called a high school student a "little jerk" after the young man questioned the Arizona legislator about his age.




Bush-Prison-Torture News


By Don Davis



Go-F***-Yourself News




"The Terror Alert Level in our nation's airport bathrooms has been raised to lavender." - Jimmy Kimmel



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Odd News




'Yoki', an African elephant, helps her newborn calf to get on its feet at the zoo in Nyiregyhaza, some 225 kilometers (140 miles) from Budapest, Hungary, Tuesday, Sept. 4, 2007. The elephant calf is the first ever African elephant born in Hungary. The calf weighs 179 kilogram (395 pounds). Photo/MTI, Istvan Kiss