Wednesday edition -  September 1, 2010




Social Security: Happy 75th anniversary
For 75 years, Social Security has lifted millions of people out of poverty and provided stability and dignity...


McCain: Iraq Milestone No Thanks to Obama
During his prime time address to the nation as US military operations in Iraq come to a close, President Obama paid tribute to the American soldiers who..

Is the tea party becoming the new Grand Old Party?

 Is the tea party the new Republican Party? The grass-roots network of fed-up conservative-libertarian displayed its power in its biggest triumph of the election year: the toppling of Sen. Lisa Murkowski in Alaska's GOP primary.


Tiger Woods’ divorce is final and he bought an apartment in New York City. It’s making New Yorkers forget about the whole mosque thing.- David Letterman



The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without Saddam

Iraq War Facts



• Confirmed U.S. military deaths as of Aug. 31, 2010: At least 4,416

• Confirmed U.S. military wounded (hostile) as of Aug. 31, 2010: 31,929

• Confirmed U.S. military wounded (non-hostile, using medical air transport) as of July 31, 2010: 40,166

• Iraqi deaths since the 2003 invasion: More than 97,461, according to the Iraq Body Count database.


• More than $744 billion, according to the National Priorities Project. To date, $747.3 billion has been allocated to the war since 2003.





Disturbing News

Al Gore Was Right After All


With scientific data piling up showing that the world has reached its hottest-ever point in recorded history, global-warming skeptics are facing a high-profile defection from their ranks. Bjorn Lomborg, author of the influential tract "The Skeptical Environmentalist," has reversed course on the urgency of global warming, and is now calling for action on "a challenge humanity must confront."



A new study found that heavy drinkers outlive non-drinkers, but the ways they die are far more embarrassing. - Jimmy Fallon





Republican-Shenanigans News

Palin Is Not Only Cheap But Has A Temper. Tick Tock.



Palin does not always treat those ordinary people well, however—it depends on who is watching. Of the many famous people who have stayed at the Hyatt in Wichita (Cher, Reba McEntire, Neil Young), Sarah Palin ranks as the all-time worst tipper: $5 for seven bags.



During the campaign, Palin lashed out at the slightest provocation, sometimes screaming at staff members and throwing objects. Witnessing such behavior, one aide asked Todd Palin if it was typical of his wife. He answered, “You just got to let her go through it… Half the stuff that comes out of her mouth she doesn’t even mean.” When a campaign aide gingerly asked Todd whether Sarah should consider taking psychiatric medication to control her moods, Todd responded that she “just needed to run and work out more.”





Top Ten Things Never Before Said In An Oval Office Address - David Letterman

"Gotta keep this short because I'm going on another vacation"

"Watch how fast I can spin in my chair . . . Wee!"

"Who wants Justin Bieber tickets?"

"Tonight's Oval Office address has been brought to you by Jimmy Dean Pure Pork Sausages"

"Kneel before General Zod!"

"Now I'd like to share a poignant story about Frank Sinatra"

"Earlier today I met with Vice President, Secretary of State, and Late Show audio technician Tom Herrmann"

"CAA sent over lunch. There are steaks and sandwiches in the conference room"

"Just back from a pleasure trip — took my mother-in-law to the airport. Hiyo!"

"Just like most of America, I'd rather be watching 'Glee'"



Rock-The-Voter News

I Always Disliked That Sunburst Rug in Bush's Oval Office, It Reminded Me Of A Billboard Ad For A Trailer Park


When President Barack Obama moved into the White House last year, he didn't rush into the presidential tradition of redecorating the Oval Office.

It wasn't a priority given the state of the economy and how much was on his plate, aides said. Besides, Obama liked the golden-hued "sunburst" rug that former first lady Laura Bush had chosen for the room, the one that President George W. Bush often gushed about for the sense of optimism he felt it conveyed.

However, while the Obamas vacationed this month at Martha's Vineyard , a quiet makeover of the Oval Office was under way, right down to removing the rug that embodied Bush's sense of how sunny the world could be.


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President Obama was in New Orleans for the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Halfway through his speech, FEMA finally showed up. - Jay Leno





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Biz-Tech News

Halliburton Going Back To Iraq


Engineering services company Halliburton announced it was awarded a contract from Italian energy company Eni to start work at the Zubair oil in Iraq





Congress is very upset with Roger Clemens because they feel like they were lied to. Good! Now they know how we feel. - Jay Leno


Bush-Prison-Torture News


President Obama said he can’t walk around with his birth certificate plastered on his forehead. Apparently he was reacting to new polls that show 1 in 5 Kenyans now believe he was born in Hawaii.- Jay Leno



Tax Cuts For The Rich


Temporarily extending tax cuts for the rich opens the door to permanent tax cuts and that is something the United States cannot afford, an economic advisor to President Barack Obama said on Tuesday.

Go-F**k-Yourself News



Subject: Banner at the top of your site


Love the McCain Palin banner. I wonder if that is a French kiss or a Freedom kiss.

Hope you are well.



Imagine if those two were in the White House instead of Obama. Shudder.

 I am doing fine other than my slow Internet connection.


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Odd News

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A handout image shows a toilet belonging to late Beatle John Lennon. The toilet fetched 9,500 pounds ($14,740) at auction on August 28, 2010, around 10 times its estimate, the sale organizers said. What, no toilet seat? Photo/The Beatles Shop




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