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Tuesday Edition - January 3, 2006


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Support for Bush drops among US military - poll
Forbes - 1-3-06
WASHINGTON - Support for President George W Bush's Iraq policy has fallen among the US armed forces to just 54 pct from 63 pct a year ago, according to a ...

US Rep. Murtha says he wouldn't join military now
Reuters AlertNet, UK - 1-3-06
John Murtha, a key Democratic voice who favors pulling US troops from Iraq, said in remarks airing on Monday that he would not join the US military today. ...

Book: CIA Ignored Info Iraq Had No WMD
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel, FL - 1-3-06
... New York Times reporter James Risen uses the anecdote to illustrate how the CIA ignored information that Iraq no longer had weapons of mass destruction. ...

It was hard for me to think of 3 good decisions by Bush, but I struggled and came up with these.

  • Good Decision #1: Having his election to the presidency decided in the state where his brother was governor.

  • Good Decision #2: Smearing his opponent's military service by taking the onus off that he is the only president with missing military records.

  • Good Decision #3: Bush did get Saddam captured and he got Saddam's gun and oil too.

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

 Top Ten George W. Bush New Year's Resolutions - David Letterman

10. Fewer decisions based on wild, drunken hunches

9. Have N.S.A. find out what really happened between Nick and Jessica
8. Stop using Situation Room monitors to play X-Box 360
7. More C-SPAN, less "Yes, Dear"
6. Team up with leading scientists to make Cheetos even cheesier
5. To capture and bring to justice King Kong
4. Beat the twins at beer pong
3. Respond to reporters questions with, "Bitch, don't go there"
2. Scale back on grueling 12-hour work week
1. "Who needs resolutions? Everythng is fine"


Ninety-eight percent of the adults in this country are decent, hardworking, honest Americans. It's the other lousy two percent that get all the publicity. But then, we elected them.—Lily Tomlin, comedienne

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Disturbing News

 Washington is a city of Southern efficiency and Northern charm.— President John F. Kennedy

Wizard of Whimsy

Friends Don't Let Friends Commit War Crimes
by Cindy Sheehan

...In Ireland, I met with that country's equivalent of Condi Rice, the dignified Foreign Minister Dermot Ahern. As a matter of fact, he had just met with the "steely" Condi the week before. Incredibly, he accepted assurances from her that the CIA airplanes (up to 60 documented by peace activists) that are landing in Shannon airport are not transporting prisoners for extraordinary rendition ( i.e., torture). That's like accepting a pirate's assurance that he's not going to steal your boat as he's boarding it with a drawn sword! I tried to impress on Mr. Ahern that the leaders of my government are known pathological liars, and can't be believed on this or anything. The torture planes are landing on Irish soil, so Ireland should inspect them for human rights violations. If Condi and her "husband" George aren't doing anything wrong, they have nothing to be concerned with...

Republican Shenanigans

 The surface of American society is covered with a layer of democratic paint, but from time to time one can see the old aristocratic colours breaking through.-- Alexis de Tocqueville wrote in his book Democracy in America in 1835

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Marion Barry Robbed

Ward Eight D.C. City Councilman Marion Barry said he was robbed at gunpoint Monday night inside his southeast Washington apartment by some youths.

Barry told News4 that some youths offered to help him carry his groceries into his house and he agreed.

Rock-The-Voter News

When I entered politics, I took the only downward turn you could take from journalism.—Jim Hightower

Lobbing the Lobbyist

Lobbyist Jack Abramoff will plead guilty to federal charges in Washington and Miami, clearing the way for him to cooperate in a massive government investigation of influence peddling involving members of Congress, lawyers said Tuesday.


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 Good News

 Who Replaces Bush If He Is Impeached? (from Wikipedia)

The Presidential line of succession, as specified by the Presidential Succession Act of 1947 (United States Code, Title 3, Section 19) is as follows. The current office-holder is in parentheses.

  1. Vice President (Richard B. Cheney)
  2. Speaker of the House of Representatives (J. Dennis Hastert)
  3. President pro tempore of the Senate (Ted Stevens)
  4. Secretary of State (Condoleezza Rice)
  5. Secretary of the Treasury (John W. Snow)
  6. Secretary of Defense (Donald H. Rumsfeld)
  7. Attorney General (Alberto Gonzales)
  8. Secretary of the Interior (Gale Norton)
  9. Secretary of Agriculture (Mike Johanns)
  10. Secretary of Commerce (Carlos Gutierrez, ineligible)
  11. Secretary of Labor (Elaine Chao, ineligible)
  12. Secretary of Health and Human Services (Michael Leavitt)
  13. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development (Alphonso Jackson)
  14. Secretary of Transportation (Norman Y. Mineta)
  15. Secretary of Energy (Samuel W. Bodman)
  16. Secretary of Education (Margaret Spellings)
  17. Secretary of Veterans Affairs (Jim Nicholson)

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Biz/Tech News

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 Tom Brokaw and Harrison Ford on Aging

Few things are more boring than listening to a couple of geezers groaning about their aches and pains. Unless they're Tom Brokaw and Harrison Ford.

"I wake up some mornings to a jolt and think, 'Oh my God, I'm 65,'" the former NBC anchorman tells the "Indiana Jones" star in February's Men's Journal.

 When I took office, only high energy physicists had ever heard of what is called the Worldwide Web.... Now even my cat has its own page. -- 1996,  President Bill Clinton

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Odd News



Owen, a baby hippo that survived the Tsunami waves on the Kenyan coast, snuggles close to its new best friend, Mzee, a giant century old tortoise in an animal facility in Mombasa, January 2005. (Photo by Kenya Wildlife Services)




















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