Wednesday edition - January 24, 2007
Defense paints Libby as sacrificial lamb
More Republicans Doubt Bush Iraq Policy
Americans shot execution style after copter crashes in
I didn't believe anything Bush said last night, including him being president.
"President Bush spent the weekend working on the State of The Union apology. I mean, address." --Jay Leno
Two US marines killed in Iraq fighting Irish Examiner, Ireland
IRAQ: Violence prevails in Saddam's home province Reuters AlertNet, UK
Anti-War E-Mail To GI Gets Worker Fired Boston Channel.com, MA
Listening to the President's speech gave me a warm fuzzy feeling in all the wrong places. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
Big Oil, Big Brother Win Big in
the State of the Union
by Greg Palast
There was that tongue again.
When the President lies he's got this weird nervous tick: He sticks the tip of
his tongue out between his lips. Like a little boy who knows he's fibbing. Like
a snake licking a rat.
In his State of the Union tonight the President did his tongue thing 124 times -- my kids kept count.
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Navy can keep using sonar for two years Houston Chronicle, TX
President Preemptive Striker
This is not the fight we entered in Iraq, but it is the fight we are in.- George W. Bush, 2007 State of the Union Address
New Orleans is still a mess and the pace of recovery across the Gulf Coast from Hurricane Katrina's strike remains achingly slow after 17 months. But none of this captured President Bush's attention on the year's biggest night for showcasing policy priorities.
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"Politics is a dirty business. Hillary Clinton announced she's running for president, and the Republicans are already busy digging up dirt. They found out that once in her lifetime she slept with Bill Clinton." --David Letterman
Delay, Delay, DeLay
The prosecution of former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay could be stalled for weeks or even months while Texas' highest criminal court decides whether a dismissed campaign finance conspiracy charge against him should be reinstated.
McCain Loses Ground, Trails Obama and Edwards
Attorney General Alberto Gonzales stayed away from the Capitol Tuesday night in case of a catastrophic attack or accident as President Bush delivered his sixth State of the Union address.
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now have a woman, an African-American and a Hispanic running for president. Of
course, the other sides has minorities running also. They're called
Republicans." --Jay Leno
Oil Prices Drop Below $55 a Barrel ABC News
Murdoch Said to Join Tribune Bid New York Times
State Farm Settles Mississippi Claims From Katrina Surge Washington Post
Yahoo profit drops 61% on costs; sales up 13%
BA walkout delayed for 24 hours
MySpace Sues 'Spam King' for Allegedly Targeting Users TechNewsWorld
Google antiphishing site reveals names, passwords Computerworld
Google's German Site Temporarily Stolen
"How will the president describe the state of our union? Well, over the past six tumultuous years, he has always managed to find just the right word to encapsulate the complexities of our times [on screen: Bush using varieties of 'strong']. Strongly, we will use strength to bestrongen our strongness, for strongaliciousness is strongtastic. ... That's what you get for relying exclusively on Roget's Monosaurus." --Jon Stewart (Watch video clip)
The Navy announced Friday it
relieved the commander of a nuclear submarine that was involved
in an incident that killed two sailors.
Murtha urges leaving Saddam’s palaces AirForceTimes.com, VA
Lawmakers convicted of crimes such as bribery, fraud and perjury will be stripped of their congressional pensions under legislation the House passed Tuesday in the latest effort by Congress to refurbish its scandal-scarred image.
Liz Cheney: Hillary is 'in to win' the White House, but not Iraq
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