TGIF/Weekend edition - September 7-9, 2007





Doctors accuse US of 'unethical practices' at Guantanamo Bay
Independent, UK - 9-7-07
More than 260 doctors from around the world have launched an unprecedented attack on the American medical establishment for its failure to condemn unethical practices by medical practitioners at the Guantanamo Bay


Senatorís Troubles Make a Rare Spotlight for Idaho
New York Times - 9-7-07
Idaho - Senator Larry E. Craig to Announce Resignation. Craig Reconsiders Resignation. Craig Essentially Drops Efforts to Finish Senate Term...

Study: US Should Lower Profile in Iraq
Forbes, NY - 9-7-07

US forces in Iraq should be reduced significantly, according to a new study on Iraq's security forces that inflamed debate in Congress on how quickly that can happen without hurling the country into chaos.


"Did you know, when President Bush is in Australia, his approval rating goes down the drain counter-clockwise?" --Jay Leno





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


"I learned today that President Bush is a sensitive man. There's a new biography of the president out in which he says 'I do tears,' which means he cries. And he says he cries a lot, and I think it's kind of nice hearing that the president cries. It would be even better to hear that he reads." --Jimmy Kimmel

Bush Gets Testy


U.S. President George W. Bush bluntly told South Korean President Roh Moo-hyun on Friday that the United States would formally end the Korean War only when North Korea halts its nuclear weapons program.

The comment came in a testy exchange between the two leaders on the sidelines of a Pacific Rim summit



Disturbing News



Judith Miller Update


Judith Miller, the former New York Times reporter who left the paper amid tumult over her role in the Plame/CIA leak case, has accepted a position at the the conservative Manhattan Institute in New York City.

New York magazine on its Web site, in an item titled, "Judith Miller Finally Lands in the 'Right' Place,"



"How about that President Bush, he makes that surprise trip to Iraq. Was pretty impressive don't you think? He spent a few quick hours visiting with the troops, and then he left. You know, it was just like his days in the National Guard." --David Letterman


Republican Shenanigans




"Fred Thompson is all over the news. ... He'll challenge Mitt Romney, John McCain and Rudy Giuliani for the Republican nomination. Apparently he's very popular, but, here's why Fred Thompson is not going to be our president: very simple, that's his wife. [on screen: A picture of Fred Thompson with wife Jeri.] America is not going to pick a first lady that looks like she runs a tanning salon. Have we ever had a president with a hot wife? Barbara Bush, maybe, but besides that no." --Jimmy Kimmel


Larry Craig's Daughter


Sen. Larry Craig's daughter Shae Suzanne Howell appeared on Good Morning America Tuesday to defend her papa.

But it turns out that there's a warrant out for her arrest according to the Ada County Sheriff's website (LINK) and the appearance rekindled the attention of Idaho authorities.

Rock-The-Voter News



"Over the weekend, of course, disgraced Idaho Senator Larry Craig resigned after Republicans refused to defend him. Yeah, Republicans were not happy with him. Yeah, the Republicans' last words were 'don't let the men's room door hit your ass on the way out'"--Conan O'Brien




Biz-Tech News



Bush-Prison-Torture News



Follow the Fuel


A Washington auto advocacy group claimed Thursday that Vice President Dick Cheney and the Bush administration devised a 2006 change in fuel economy standards for trucks that eases requirements on automakers, with limited input from federal auto industry regulators.

Public Citizen, which has sued to block the standards, says it based its claims on data gathered through a Freedom of Information Act request showing Cheney's staffers attending at least 45 meetings on fuel economy standards between 2001 and 2003.


Go-F***-Yourself News



"What do you think of this? An elementary school in Colorado has banned the game of tag. You think that's good? Hey forget banning tag in school. How about banning tag from the men's room at the Minneapolis airport?" --Jay Leno



What do Larry Craig and George Bush have in common?


hey, girlfriend. this was just too easy! ;-)
they both like Dick! LOL!

Murfreesboro, TN


According to Jeff Gannon (Guckhart) they are both absolutely not gay.



Either one of them will screw you if you are man enough.
Even if you aren't.



They both like to take a wide stance.



One stalls and waves, one waves in the stall.


One is a blowhard and the other is, hell, they're both blowhards!
Paul M


Neither one is above stooping to low blows to accomplish the objectives?
Peace Ed


One frequents stalls, the other frequently stalls


Both need to be "flushed"!


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Proteus, a prototype wave adaptive modular vessel, cuts through the waters of the Hudson River, Thursday, Sept. 6, 2007, in New York. Photo/Seth Wenig






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