Wednesday edition - October 6, 2010

 

 

 

Uncertainty over US plans as war enters 10th year
 

..;looking back at the first years of the war, the effort was underfunded from the start. When the Bush administration's attention shifted to Iraq in 2003, the Taliban began to regroup. After several years of relative calm and safety, the situation in Afghanistan began to deteriorate around 2006. The Taliban have steadily gained strength since then. And bin Laden remains alive.
 

AP-GfK Poll: Working-class whites shun Dems

Working-class whites are favoring Republicans in numbers that parallel the GOP tide of 1994 when the party grabbed control of the House after four decades.
 

High court struggles with funeral protest case

Supreme Court justices on Wednesday pondered the vexing question of whether the father of a dead Marine should win his lawsuit against a fundamentalist church group that picketed his son's funeral.


 

Osama bin Laden keeps releasing audio tapes to show that he’s still relevant. Really? Audio tapes? How about an iPod download? - David Letterman
 


 

 


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


 

In his latest audio tape, bin Laden is talking about global warming. If he thinks it’s hot now, wait until he gets to hell. - David Letterman
 


 

Everyone Is Trying To Make A Living

 

In this town along the road to the Afghan border, you can buy U.S. Army gear, computers and manuals instructing soldiers how to avoid roadside bombs. Traders are coy about where their stock comes from, but much is stolen from trucks carrying military supplies into Afghanistan.
 


 

 


 

Disturbing News


What If "Super Patriot Genius" Glenn Beck Buys This?

 

 A copy of the Emancipation Proclamation signed by Lincoln and bought by Robert F. Kennedy, who drew inspiration from the document as he enforced civil rights legislation in the 1960s, is going up for auction and could fetch as much as $1.5 million.
 


 

"A Senate has passed a new bill that requires TV stations to lower the volume level on commercials. This is great, a hundred of the most powerful people in the nation have managed to do the same thing my remote does." –Jimmy Fallon

 


 

 


 

Republican-Shenanigans News


Eating Your Own

 

The chairman of the Tea Party of Nevada resigned Tuesday after a recording was made public capturing Republican Sharron Angle badmouthing GOP leaders during a meeting with the shadowy group's U.S. Senate candidate.

 


 

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Christine O'Donnell ran an ad saying "I'm not a witch." Think its telling she neglected to deny being a total loon. - Will Durst

 


 


 

Christine O’Donnell released a commercial in which she says, "I’m not a witch." That’s pretty good, though not as effective as her opponent's slogan, "I'm not Christine O'Donnell." -- Jimmy Fallon
 


Rock-The-Voter News


 

Limerick Ode To Carl Paladino
 By Madeleine Begun Kane

Paladino is always irate,
Spreading venom and anger and hate.
He claims to be able,
But seems quite unstable.
If he wins, we are screwed — no debate.
 


 

 


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Biz-Tech News


I Thought The Bush Tax Cuts Create Jobs. Silly Me.

 

 Private employers unexpectedly cut 39,000 jobs in September after an upwardly revised gain of 10,000 in August, a report by a payrolls processor showed on Wednesday.
 


 

 


Bush-Prison-Torture News

 


 

 


Thank You Howard Dean

 

Former Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean said Wednesday that the GOP has “created a monster” by encouraging the tea party movement.... “Their rhetoric has been so uncompromising, so inaccurate, so ludicrous, that … they’ve given permission for this wing of the Republican Party … this is a tea party group, to say outrageous things.”

 


Sarah Bieber

 


Go-F**k-Yourself News

Once again, Bush and Cheney tell us to GFY in their subtle way.

 


 

EA Sports released a new version of the video game "NBA Jam" that features Obama, Biden, Bush, and Cheney. Bush and Cheney play the first half, then Obama and Biden try to come back from a 6 billion point deficit.- Jimmy Fallon
 

 


Email

Subject: What can I do?

 

Dear Lisa,

I wish I had money to donate to you because you deserve it providing a daily escape for me, hell, I wish I had a job, too.

I can go to my library and use the computers to read your site due to my "liberal" tax dollars.

Please stay online.

How are you? And what are your future plans?

Joseph

 

Thank you for your email. It means a lot to hear from my readers. You can always contribute by telling someone about ahnc.

I'm OK. Still feeling the effects of radiation but each day I feel a little bit better. My health is better than my website/fundraiser or so it seems. lol

My future plans for now is to continue with ahnc...time will tell.

I produce ahnc on 28K phone modem, hence I have been posting much later than normal and don't get me started on trying to open/answer my emails.

I am trying to get it together to return to the states soon as my 88 year old mother was recently diagnosed with Alzheimer's. I may bring her down to Costa Rica as the cost and quality of life would be so much better here.

My son will also be arriving in late October from China. I will be meeting him in south Florida at my mother's. It will be the first time I have seen him since before his accident, almost two years. That will be the best medicine ever.

Joseph, good luck on your job hunt. Keep the faith.

 


 


 

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Odd News


To Help You Deflate Photo

 

 

Museum curator Donald McCullum poses with a rain spider on his face Tuesday Oct. 5, 2010 ahead of the Yebo Gogga exhibition which will open at the Universirty of the Witwatersrand on Wednesday. The five-day exhibition attracts exhibition goers with displays of insects, reptiles , amphibians, trees, mammals, plants, wildlife, water and energy conservation. Photo/Denis Farrell

 

Peace.

 


 


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