Wednesday edition - January 20, 2010
Palin, Bachmann hitting the trail together
to campaign for John McCain in Arizona
How the Red Sox might have changed the health care system
"It's not that the Democrats are playing checkers and the Republicans are playing chess. It's that the Republicans are playing chess and the Democrats are in the nurse's office because once again they glued their balls to their thighs." –Jon Stewart
Officials Tell Panel Security Lapses Are Being Addressed New York Times
Kennedy legacy goes down to a naked guy who owns a truck. Did you hear his bio?
For God's sakes, the guy sounds like a fictional character in some racy David E.
Kelly show about politics. Tonight on an all new 'Mass Appeal': Senator McDangly
exercises his pocket veo." –Jon Stewart, on Scott Brown, Republican
candidate for the Massachusetts Senate seat
Feel Safe Yet?
The nation's intelligence chief said Wednesday that the Christmas Day airline bombing suspect should have been treated as a terror suspect when the plane landed. That would have meant questioning him initially by special interrogators rather than standard law enforcement officers.
They're Baaaack, Blowing Their Noses
Republican Scott Brown, fresh from a stunning Massachusetts Senate victory that shook the power balance on Capitol Hill, declared Wednesday that his election had sent a "very powerful message" that voters are weary of backroom deals and Washington business-as-usual.
Why don't you put the
Democrat Liberal slime bag criminals on your website? Report the lies, Cspan
blocking backroom deals, payoffs to Landry and Lincoln etc. Never in my 63 yrs
have I witnessed blatant all out corruption in an administration. Even Watergate
made this administration look like a Mickey Mouse cartoon. I was a Democrat way
back when it was an honorable, moral party but you progressives have taken over
to make it a corrupt, evil, dishonest party, as Zell Miller put it "A Party No
More". You make me laugh at your articles, posts and lists of Republicans!!!!!
You are a threat to the freedoms of this country.
Sent from my Verizon Wireless BlackBerry
If anyone is a threat to the "freedoms of this country" it is you.
You quoted a man who challenged a man to a duel, on national TV. How appropriate for a bully to quote someone that wants to shoot another man for his opinion.
Don't tell me how to run my website and I won't tell you how to run yours, if you have one.
Disgraced SC gov preps for state-of-state speech Washington Post
Sarah Palin joined the Fox News team, signing a lucrative multi-year deal to provide news commentary. She's a pioneer. Someday history will say that Sarah Palin broke the color barrier and became the first woman on Fox News with brown hair.- Argus Hamilton, comedian
House issued a statement today. They're blaming government inefficiencies — this
is true — they're blaming it on old computers. Apparently, all the computers
keep crashing. And everyone knows the only crashing tolerated at the White House
is during state dinners." –Craig Ferguson
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While America Squabbles, Toyota Negotiates
A key supplier of Toyota Motor Corp. has formed a partnership to mine lithium in Argentina, a sign of the importance of the metal which is critical in the production of next-generation hybrids and electric cars.
White House Gate Crashers
White House gate crashers Tareq and Michaele Salahi have invoked their Fifth Amendment right against self-incrimination in an appearance before Congress.
'Not a Dick Cheney situation,' says the John Oxendine campaign Atlanta Journal Constitution (blog)
to The New York Times, an 8-year-old boy is on the terrorism watch list because
he has the same name as someone on the no-fly list. His mom says he's been on
the no-fly list since he was 2 years old. But to be fair, how many fliers would
like to see all 2-year-olds on the no-fly list?" –Jay Leno
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Kinetic Motors Corporation's Quaranta concept car is unveiled at the Convention
Center at the Renaissance Hotel and Spa in Montgomery, Ala., Tuesday, Jan. 19,
2010. The company plans to build a plant in Alabama.
Photo/Montgomery Advertiser, David Bundy
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