Tuesday edition - January 30, 2007
Fleischer testifies he first heard about CIA officer from Libby
One-time jailed reporter to be called in CIA leak case
Lawyer: Libby said he wasn't CIA leaker
I wonder when Bush will pardon Scooter Libby and all the other president's men?
"Vice President Cheney lashed out at Hillary Clinton the other day. He said on CNN that he doesn't believe Hillary would be a good president. I can understand that. I mean, his administration has raised the bar so high." --Jay Leno
McConnell's timeline gives Iraq 9 months Louisville Courier-Journal, KY
Fallon Says US Miscalculated Iraq CBS News, NY
Employee sues Halliburton over rape in Iraq Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, GA
“Well, President Bush now says he wants more money for the reconstruction of Iraq. How come the only place where Republicans think government programs can help people is in Iraq?” - Jay Leno
Are These Contradicting Statements by Ari Fleischer?
Fleischer testified under an immunity agreement with prosecutors. He said he sought the deal after reading about the investigation and worrying, ``Oh my God. Did I somehow play a role in outing a CIA operative?'' He insisted he believed throughout that the information was not classified.
"Ambassador Wilson was sent
by his wife. His wife works at the CIA," Fleischer recalled Libby saying.
Libby said the information was "hush-hush, on the Q-T," Fleischer said.
wouldn't want to arrive at the ball wearing a gown featuring Condi vomiting
camouflage paired, in a brilliant non-sequitur, with the word peace? It's simply
the thing in which to be seen at your next war crimes trial.
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I'm Glad Hillary Didn't Stay Home and Bake Cookies
"The President has said this is going to be left to his successor. I think it's the height of irresponsibility, and I really resent it. This was his decision to go to war; he went with an ill-conceived plan, an incompetently executed strategy, and we should expect him to extricate our country from this before he leaves office."- Hillary Clinton
Air America and Al Franken
Air America's new owner will
be Stephen Green, 69, a real-estate investor who agreed yesterday to buy it for
an undisclosed sum and bring it out of bankruptcy...Franken gave his seal of
approval to the deal, noting that Mark Green is "a committed liberal" and his
brother "is very wealthy."
No reason was given for Franken's Feb. 14 departure, but court papers show he's owed more than $360,000 in back wages.
President Bush also told Congress, 'Each of us is guided by our own
convictions.' And then a Republican says, 'Don't mention convictions, whatever
you do! Don't say the word conviction!'" - Jay Leno
"I'm not that good at pronouncing words anyway." - George W. Bush's reason he incorrectly called the "Democrat majority" instead of the correct version "Democratic majority" in his state of the union address
Two heads, one person. Cheney and Rumsfeld combined!
Regarding this quote you included in your webpage, http://allhatnocattle.net on Monday, January 29th:
"President Bush also says he's going to ask Congress for $10 billion more for Afghanistan: $10 billion. You know, I got a solution for the people of New Orleans. Put on turbans, throw rocks at each other, change your name to 'Kabul,' you'll get $10 billion like that. Okay?" - Jay Leno
I felt I had to reply.... this stereotyping as a terrorist a person based on their wearing a turban is damaging on many levels. There is a presumption, and a frame is drawn around one's perception.
Most of the people you will run across in the United States who are wearing a turban are Sikhs. I hope you get to know a few of us. We want to stand out in the way that we dress so that you will know who is standing up to defend the defenseless, and to protect the honor and dignity of all, regardless of faith.
Thanks for writing, Ravi.
I am very familiar with your beautiful culture. Oddly enough my father served three years in India during WWII. He often went incognito as a Sikh, as he was tall with chiseled features and fit right in delivering messages for the Army.
My take on that one liner is -- this administration funds wars and does not fund a natural disaster that destroyed New Orleans. And Jay Leno used the Afghan turban, etc. as comedic visual tools. I envisioned a street rapper with his baseball cap on sideways switching to a blue turban in order to get help. It made me chuckle.
We give billions to Israel too. If we were at war with them Leno might have said, "President Bush also says he's going to ask Congress for $10 billion more for Israel: $10 billion. You know, I got a solution for the people of New Orleans. Put on yarmulkes, build a fence, change your name to 'Morrie,' you'll get $10 billion like that. Okay?" - Jay Leno
The truth is any headwear other than cowboy hats, football helmets and baseball caps are funny to most 'Mericans.
No intent of stereotyping was intended in producing this website, sans untruthtellers.
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Bumper sticker list seen on DemocraticUnderground
1) (On an
infant's shirt): Already Smarter Than BUSH
2) 1/20/09: End of an Error
3) That's OK, I Wasn't Using My Civil Liberties Anyway
4) Let's Fix Democracy in This Country FIRST!
5) If You Want a Nation Ruled By Religion, Move to Iran
6) BUSH--Like a Rock. Only Dumber.
7) You Can't Be Pro-War And Pro-Life At The Same Time
8) If You Can Read This, You're Not Our President
9) Of Course It Hurts: You're Getting Screwed by an Elephant
10) Hey, Bush Supporters: Embarrassed Yet?
11) George Bush: Creating the Terrorists Our Kids Will Have to Fight
12) IMPEACHMENT: It's Not Just for Blowjobs Anymore
13) America : One Nation, Under Surveillance
14) They Call Him "W" So He Can Spell It
15) Which God Do You Kill For?
16) Cheney/Satan '08
17) JAIL to the Chief
18) Who Would Jesus Torture?
19) No, Seriously, Why Did We Invade?
20) Bush: God's Way of Proving Intelligent Design Is Full Of Crap
21) Bad president! No Banana.
22) We Need a President Who's Fluent In English
23) We're Making Enemies Faster Than We Can Kill Them
24) Is It Vietnam Yet?
25) Bush Doesn't Care About The White People, Either
26) Where Are We Going? And Why Are We In This Handbasket?
27) Frodo Failed. Bush Has the Ring.
28) Impeach Cheney First
29) The Republican Party: Our Bridge to the 11th Century
Oil rises a day after profit-taking drop; traders watching weather ... International Herald Tribune, France
MySpace helps track sex offenders
Google Moves to Disarm Search 'Bombs' Washington Post
Sony profit falls on PlayStation costs MarketWatch
I don't know which was scarier during the State of the Union address, Nancy Pelosi's near-constant blinking or the fact that Dick Cheney appeared to not blink at all. - Zing!
Being Dick Cheney
"Well, I'm the
vice president, and they're not,'' Vice President Dick Cheney said with a laugh
at the close of a long interview, asked how he handles criticism from the likes
of Brent Scowcroft, former national security adviser, an old associate
who has said that he does not know Cheney anymore.
Byrne criticises Bush, Cheney
Paul Wolfowitz Bringing Honor and Dignity to a Mosque
As president of the World
Bank, Paul Wolfowitz is clearly not short of a buck or two. So is he just too
time-poor to get down to his local mall and invest in a new pair of socks? Known
for his sharp suits and hawkish views, he was snapped revealing his inner slob
during a visit to the Selimiye mosque in Edirne, western Turkey.
The images offered proof - if it were ever needed - that even the big toenails
of the world's debatably great and good are best kept under wraps.
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Scientists find new clue to life on Mars Guardian Unlimited
Hobbit Declared a New Species as Debate Continues LiveScience.com
A crater lake on a New Zealand volcano used as a backdrop in the 'Lord of the Rings' films is on the verge of collapsing and could send a torrent of muddy water down the mountain in coming weeks, media reported on Monday. Mount Ruapehu Crater Lake is pictured in this March 22, 2004 handout photograph. (Photo/Graham Hancox, Institute of Geological and Nuclear Sciences, New Zealand)