Gee, I wonder why Bush doesn't want the United Nations to help in finding those missing explosives?
"If Bush loses, do you think he'll leave? Or do you think he'll just say, 'I don't read the papers'?" --"Daily Show" host Jon Stewart
Man Charged With
Driving Car At U.S. Rep. Katherine Harris
Tampa Tribune, FL 10-27-04
This has been a very interesting election season, eh?
Iraq's vanishing ammo explodes into campaign New York Daily News, NY
Australia acknowledges Iraq increases its risk of terrorist attack Channel News Asia, Singapore
Iraq's Prime Minister Faults U.S. Military in Massacre New York Times
No Check of Bunker, Unit Commander Says New York Times
I can’t speak for anyone else, but I sure am scared of
nuclear anything. After learning of the “loss” of 380
tons of explosives in Iraq, the words of former
President Carter (see attached jpg) struck me with
Let’s see if I understand the situation correctly.
First, people who hate us have explosives that are
ideal for igniting roadside bombs and larger versions
of the same. Second, several former Soviet states
cannot account for much of their nuclear material (and
often are not even certain when it disappeared),
Pakistan admitted that they supplied nuclear materials
to a variety of interesting characters, and some other
nations have also not been particularly careful about
their nuclear goodies. Third … you can see where I’m
heading. I, for one, am not feeling safer.
Thank you Pat. And to think, W has his finger on a nuclear button that he cannot even pronounce.
Rehnquist illness injects new issue into campaign AZ Central.com, AZ
DNA lab worries are not enough to spare Green Houston Chronicle, TX
"The woman suing Bill O'Reilly for unwanted phone sex is allegedly asking for $60 million in damages. That sounds like a lot, until you figure it works out to about $2.99 a minute." --Tina Fey
Georgians to Vote on Marriage New York Times
Pants on Fire? New York Times
Signs of Voter Fraud Appear Los Angeles Times
"I don't know that I fully understand the impact of Hollywood stars telling people who to vote for. It certainly is not a strategy we have relied on." " said Nicolle Devenish, delusional communications director for Bush's campaign.
Conflicted Evangelicals Could Cost Bush Votes Los Angeles Times
"I think it's a cheap shot to say just because my father is famous, I don't belong in my position." – FCC Chairman Michael Powell commenting on Howard Stern
New Hummer Is Slimmer and Cheaper New York Times
Former HealthSouth CEO Scrushy turns televangelist USATODAY.com
A cosmic picture gallery Boulder Daily Camera
Click Here for Wake Up And Smell The Bush Very Clever Animation
US Acts Against General Who Saw a 'Christian' War
Reuters – 10-27-04
Army Vice Chief of Staff Gen. Richard Cody declined to give any details of the action taken in response to Boykin's remarks, which violated Pentagon rules, but said it was not "significant."
"I'm not a
politician but I'm not an idiot, either. I just play one on TV."
-- ASHTON KUTCHER, star of "That '70s Show," at a rally for Democratic vice presidential candidate JOHN EDWARDS in Dubuque, Iowa, quoted in The Washington Post.
Go-F*** -Yourself News
Cheney calls Kerry "armchair general" Seattle Times, WA
Edwards Chides Cheney on Iraq 'Success' San Jose Mercury News (subscription), CA
Kerry says Bush sought to hide loss of Iraq arms Boston Globe, MA
Aerosmith and NASA: Dream On
The legendary rockers from Aerosmith join forces with NASA to encourage the next generation of explorers to "Dream On."
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I hope that you enjoyed Jon Stewart’s clip last week. Thought you might want to check this one out as well. It is Eminem’s new music video entitle MOSH, live on IFILM!
The outspoken rapper takes on Bush's Iraq war with his own army--of voters.
Thank you. His lyrics are amazing. Visuals too.
A celebration of the return of a former fugitive draws concern Houston Chronicle
Tea may hold back Alzheimer's ABC Science Online
A wire sculpture of Catalan painter Joan Miro by US sculptor Alexander Calder as displayed at the Phillips Museum as part of the "Calder-Miro" exhibit.