Wednesday edition - October 13, 2010
Mining is Chile's lifeblood, providing 40
percent of state earnings, and Pinera put his mining minister and the
operations chief of state-owned Codelco, the country's biggest company, in
charge of the rescue. It went so well that its managers abandoned what a
legion of journalists had deemed an ultraconservative plan for restricting
images of the rescue...
The Obama administration decided on Tuesday to
appeal a judge's rulings that prevented the U.S. government from banning
same-sex marriages, a move that could undermine support among President
Barack Obama's traditional liberal base ahead of a key election.
Survey: Tea Partiers nationwide rank Marco Rubio as favorite candidate
trapped miners in Chile are finally being rescued. One miner has a wife and
mistress that found each other at the site. He’s asked to be rescued last.-
What Would Mao Do?
A group of eminent Chinese
Communist Party elders has issued a bold call
to end the country's wide-ranging restrictions on free speech, just days
after the government reacted angrily to the awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to
imprisoned dissident Liu Xiaobo.
Somebody threw a book at President
Obama. If you’re trying to scare a president by throwing a book at him, you’re
one president too late.- David Letterman
The Non-Witch Debater
Tonight, political eyes will
shift to Delaware where Senate candidates Christine O'Donnell and Chris Coons
are meeting for their first debate. With control of the senate lagging by one or
two seats according to the Election Oracle,
and polls showing the non-witch 18 points down, Republicans should be
cursing the purge of centrist Congressman Mike Castle, who was expected to win
the race easily.
actually threw a book at the president. When Obama saw something fly by, he
said, “Christine O’Donnell on a broom!” - Craig Ferguson
Is This How Sarah Would Run The Government?
Amid rumors about her 2012
intentions, Sarah Palin raised $1.2 million for her political action committee
in the last three months and spent just under $1 million,
mostly on political consultants and fundraising expenses.
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al-Qaida of the Arabian Peninsula is offering chilling magazine tips to would-be
militants on how to kill Americans.
"A random hit at a crowded restaurant in Washington, D.C. at lunch . . . might end up knocking out a few government employees," writes one of the authors in the second edition of the group's online, English-language magazine, according to the private SITE Intelligence Group.
David Letterman: Top Ten Entries On Barack Obama’s Enemies
10 Smug know-it-all at Apple Genius Bar
9 “General Hospital’s” Patrick for cheating on Robin with Lisa
8 Secretary who answers the phone, “Yell-o?”
7 “Late Show” audio technician Tom Herrmann
6 Those Chilean miners . . . You’re trapped, we get it
5 Online store that still hasn’t delivered his Captain Kirk chair
4 Anyone who doesn’t think “Glee” makes your spirit soar
3 Drugstores that don’t carry Topol, the smoker’s tooth polish
2 Late night talk show hosts who deliver lame top ten lists at his expense
1 Bastard who lost his birth certificate
Yup — the president has
family ties to none other than Sarah Palin, according to the genealogists at
Ancestry.com, a discovery the family history site made when looking for
connections between political foes.
And that's not all — Obama also is apparently related to radio host and relentless critic Rush Limbaugh.
Jerry Brown’s staff spent the weekend coming up with their new campaign slogan: “Just say ho.” - Jay Leno
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Obama met with students in the Oval Office who have started their own
businesses. Or, as those students are known on campus, "weed dealers.”-
The Pot Calling The Kettle Black
MSNBC host Joe Scarborough penned a bruising takedown of Newt Gingrich on Tuesday—accusing him of getting "rich off political hate speech" and "spewing childish political insults." Scarborough's feisty tone was a bit surprising considering his political and historical ties to Gingrich. In 1994, Scarborough, a freshman Republican, was swept into office during the Gingrich-led Republican Revolution. To this day, he speaks glowingly of Gingrich's success reforming welfare and cutting taxes. "But 15 years later, Newt Gingrich’s political career is anything but impressive," Scarborough bristles.
Why doesn't somebody get a copy of Lori Klausutis' high
school yearbook photo. It should be easy enough to scan.
I thought the same thing and never found out where Lori went to high school. I did find out where she went to college but no luck locating the yearbook or any photos.
Let's see. A US Congressman's aide is found dead and the police never bothered to publish a photo to gain any information on Lori. Not only highly unusual but very bad police work.
Typical of the politics and politicians in that area I once lived.
Scarborough's only claim to fame before he became a US Congressman was buddying up with the crazed right wing Christian murderer of an abortion doctor. That's what got him elected, oh, and saying some of the slimiest things I ever heard, about the Clintons and all Democrats.
Then he quits Congress, a quitter like Sarah Palin, and five months later a dead aide was found in his office.
He was our Sarah Palin without the lipstick.
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To Help You Deflate Photo
Givertz holds a model of the Heartmate II Left Ventricular Assist Device (LVAD)
at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts September 23, 2010. The
device, implanted inside the patient's chest and powered by external,
rechargeable batteries connected by a cable coming out of the patient's side,
pumps blood through the circulatory system on a continuous basis, taking over
most of the heart's work. Photo/Brian Snyder
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