October 6, 2004 Wednesday
National Guard hands over more Bush papers
OneWorld.net - Tue Oct 5,11:20 AM ET
WASHINGTON, D.C., Oct 5 (OneWorld) The State Department has awarded an explicitly anti-feminist U.S. group part of a $10 million grant to train Iraqi women in political participation and democracy...
FDLE investigating suspicious Leon County voter applications
"I thought Dick Cheney did pretty well. He only flat lined twice." - -David Letterman
No WMDs in Iraq since '91: probe Chicago Sun Times, IL
Blast at Afghan election rally kills two Al-Jazeera
Blaze on used sub strands crew Toronto Star
"The first time I ever met you was when we walked on stage tonight." – Dick Cheney speaking to John Edwards
Meeting Was Not First for Cheney, Edwards
AP - Wed Oct 6,12:20 AM ET
Vice President Dick Cheney said Tuesday that the debate against Democratic Sen. John Edwards marked the first time the two had met. In fact, the two had met twice previously.
Court: Limbaugh's medical records properly seized
Sarasota Herald-Tribune, FL -
WEST PALM BEACH -- A state appeals court ruled Wednesday that Rush Limbaugh's medical records were properly seized by investigators seeking information on ...
Phone Group Head Resigns After Uproar washingtonpost.com
GOP Brings Up Draft to Knock It Down washingtonpost.com
La. Judge Throws Out Gay Marriage Ban Washington Post, DC
Jeb Bush Wants to Assure Your Right to Vote in Florida
It is for
the President, not Bill Burkett, to answer the question, "Did your daddy the
congressman vote to send other men's sons to Vietnam while pulling the strings
to keep you cozy and safe? Yes or no, Mr. President, yes or no?"
-- Greg Palast
For a clip from the BBC Television investigative reports on George Bush's military career, go to http://www.gregpalast.com/bff-dvd.htm
Greg Palast's interview with Col. Burkett for BBC can be read at http://www.gregpalast.com/documents/BurkettTranscript.pdf
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Cheney Blunder Lauded Anti-Bush Web Site ABC News, United States
" Bush said he would invade Iraq again, even knowing what he knows now. How can anyone be that stupid? When a kid bangs his head against a cement wall once you admire his determination, but when he keeps on doing it you have to accept that he is just not very bright. The president lives in a world of spin, protected from everything and everyone except those who adore him. He is not capable of learning." -- Retired Four-star Gen. Tony McPeak, in a speech to a VFW group, 27 Sep 04
Kerry amplifies his theme that US was misled Boston Globe, MA
Kerry Urges Bush to Admit Mistakes washingtonpost.com
"It's gotten so bad that even Alex Keaton would have shifted parties and voted for me this year." -- Sen. John Kerry, at a campaign appearance with actor Michael J. Fox, who rose to fame through his role as young Republican Alex P. Keaton on the sitcom "Family Ties."
Bush postpones election-year doctor's visit Turkish Press, Turkey
Joyce Jillson, astrologer linked to White House, dies at 58 Chicago Sun Times, IL
Philly cheesesteak gets $100 upgrade Chicago Sun Times
Walking to the Sky : Jonathan Borofsky's 100-foot-tall sculpture "Walking to the Sky" is displayed in Rockefeller Center in New York City.