Tuesday edition - October 5, 2010






'Naked Cowboy' to run for US president

NEW YORK (AFP) - Watch out, Sarah Palin. There's a new conservative in town, and he's (nearly) naked and gunning for the White House.


Republicans retain lead ahead of November 2 vote: poll

Republicans maintain an edge among voters ahead of next month's congressional elections, but Democrats are gaining ground, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll released on Tuesday.

O'Donnell said China plotting to take over US

Republican Senate nominee Christine O'Donnell of Delaware said in a 2006 debate that China was plotting to take over America and claimed to have classified information about the country that she couldn't divulge.


"Today we found out that a third college that Christine O'Donnell said she attended has no record of ever knowing her. I'm starting to wonder if she ever really went to Hogwarts." –Bill Maher



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


The State Department has issued a travel warning. They’ve warned Rick Sanchez not to travel to Israel. - Jay Leno


Rick Sanchez's Wife Artfully Speaks


Suzanne Sanchez, the journalist's wife, revealed a few details of the conversation on Facebook. She wrote: "rick apologized to jon stewart today. they had a good talk. jon was gracious and called rick, 'thin-skinned.' he's right." She also said her husband's outburst was probably caused by "exhaustion" from working 14-hour days for the past two months. That, she said, "caused him to mangle his thought process inartfully."



Fox News Mosque Bashing Results


The couple at the center of the proposed Islamic community center and mosque near the World Trade Center site have been receiving threatening messages for months, but they've been working with the police department.



Disturbing News


Inhumane Society of Sick Puppies


A conservative group in Missouri is picking up the backing of the Tea Party and Joe The Plumber in its quest to stop the Humane Society and other animal rights groups from passing "radical" anti-puppy mill legislation.






Republican-Shenanigans News



Are Sarah Palin and Michael Steele An Item?

Not romantically, of course. But Palin’s conspicuous support for the embattled RNC chairman in recent weeks has a lot of Republican heads turning....But to complicate matters further, the Washington Times reported that Palin only agreed to raise money for the RNC in return for the RNC paying hundreds of thousands of dollars worth of Palin’s legal expenses dating back to the 2008 campaign.



"Meg Whitman, our own candidate for governor of California, is running on a platform that's as tough as nails on illegal immigration. We found out this week she had an illegal immigrant working in her house for nine years. Today Meg Whitman said she's willing to take a lie detector test to prove that she didn't know that she had an illegal alien cleaning her house. You know what, if we wanted a governor who swears they have no idea what's happening in their house, we'd move to Alaska." –Bill Maher


Top Ten Rick Sanchez Excuses by David Letterman

10"It's the damn bedbugs"

9"Didn't think it was possible to get fired from a network no one watches"

8"Just trying to get some publicity for my Twitter"

7"Excuses for what?"

6"Always wanted to go back to doing weather in Zanesville, Ohio"

5"How come when Jackie Mason says the same thing, it's hilarious?"

4"Trying to impress Mel Gibson"

3"Wanted time off to watch Bruce Willis on Letterman"

2"Accidentally took a handful of Larry King's heart pills"

1"Hate-filled rant was an audition for Fox News"



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Bill O’Reilly Makes Excuses For Paladino





Rock-The-Voter News


"Obama has been now finally getting on the campaign trail trying to help [Democrats]. Their big plan is a series of what they call backyard visits where the President speaks to people in their backyards in Middle America. Because nothing calms the fears of Middle Americans like having a black man suddenly appear in your backyard." –Bill Maher

The Reason Republicans Will Win


Two Republican-allied groups plan to spend more than $4.2 million in political ads seeking to boost GOP candidates in eight key Senate races. The ads comes as the Democratic Party spends its own money to contain potential Election Day losses.


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Biz-Tech News

Suing Credit Card Companies


The U.S. Justice Department sued American Express Co, Visa Inc and MasterCard Inc on Monday, accusing them of violating antitrust laws and citing rules that prevented merchants from encouraging consumers to use cheaper credit cards.

Simultaneously, the Justice Department settled with Visa and MasterCard, which agreed to allow merchants to offer discounts to consumers who use less expensive types of credit or debit cards.


The California Cannabis Association came out against legalizing marijuana. Perhaps these folk have sampled too much of their own product.- Will Durst





The White House has issued an alert for American tourists traveling in Europe over fears of a terror attack. But the joke’s on you, terrorists. We can't afford to go to Europe. - Jimmy Fallon




Go-F**k-Yourself News


The best way to prevent a cold is to cover your mouth when you sneeze. I think that’s why the Tyrannosaurus Rex went extinct. Because its arms were very short.- Craig Ferguson




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Thank you Richard, Joel, Richard E and Elaine.

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Odd News

To Help You Deflate Photo




The curved ribs of a wood hull of an 18th century ship poke up from the mud at the World Trade Center site, Thursday, July 15, 2010 in New York. A 32-footpiece of the vessel was found in soil 20 feet under street level, amid noisy bulldozers excavating a parking garage for the future World Trade Center. Photo/Mark Lennihan




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