Wednesday edition - November 1, 2006





Bush on Kerry remark: US troops are 'plenty smart'
CNN International - 11-1-06
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- President Bush joined GOP lawmakers Tuesday in blasting Sen. John Kerry for telling a group of college students ...

Iraq stands up against US
Chicago Tribune - 11-1-06
By Ellen Knickmeyer and John Ward Anderson. BAGHDAD -- US soldiers rolled up their barbed-wire barricades and lifted a near siege of the largest Shiite Muslim enclave in Baghdad on Tuesday, heeding the orders ...

General says no early Afghan victory, UK - 11-1-06
LONDON (Reuters) - NATO has insufficient troops in Afghanistan to secure a victory over Taliban fighters in the coming months, the alliance's top commander ...


If you believe that Kerry thinks our troops are dumb, then I know a Nigerian banker who would like your account information.



The Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff says that Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld is doing what God tells him to. This is how we are able to win the war against those religious fanatics.-- Jay Leno





The-World-Is-A-Safer-Place-Without-Saddam News



By Don Davis



I'm A Democrat II (Country)
00:47 - YouTube





Disturbing News




The president turned to Reichert and said the bus driver had flipped him off.

Later, Reichert called the school district. After an investigation, the 43-year-old bus driver was fired in early September. She filed a union grievance earlier this month against the district, claiming wrongful termination.



Allen Staffer Attacks Man
02:24 - YouTube






A new report to Congress says that 14,000 U.S.-supplied weapons are reportedly missing in Iraq. Hey, forget weapons of mass destruction, now we can't even find our own weapons! -- Jay Leno

Republican Shenanigans



By Don Davis


Alright, you marching-backward Christian soldiers. So you’re still hung up on the notion that we killed your Lord Savior (never mind that he was a socialist Jewish Rabbi). But the Chosen People are willing to get past 2000 years of persecution at your hands, so let’s it call it even and move on — (no, not After all, Clemens pitched for the Yankees, so anything is possible....






“President Bush is being criticized for campaigning only in areas that are friendly to him. That's what they're saying. Yeah. For example, this morning, he spent the day campaigning at Dick Cheney's house.” - Conan O'Brien




Rock-The-Voter News



"Nevada gubernatorial candidate Jim Gibbons has been accused of trying to fondle a single mom in a parking garage after a night of heavy drinking. Now they're saying, to win, he has to give the speech of his life. And that's just to Mrs. Gibbons." --Jay Leno


Katherine Harris


Everyone has a favorite Katherine Harris story. And for Dornan it was the time Harris picked a fight with TV pundit Joe Scarborough when his name was rumored to be among her possible challengers in the GOP primary. She called at least a few GOP fundraisers, Dornan said, and questioned whether Scarborough was complicit in killing a former aide whose death was ruled to be from natural causes.

Word reached Scarborough, who said it was so ''libelous'' that he felt like suing Harris, quitting his MSNBC show Scarborough Country and running against her. He didn't. Harris denied she ever said anything against Scarborough.



Biz/Tech News



KFC goes trans-fatless, there's a new male contraceptive, and North Korea's comin' back to the table. Does it get any better?! -- Grant Gerver





Bush-Prison-Torture News



"I understand President Bush has his costume all picked out to scare people. He's going to dress up as Dick Cheney." --Jay Leno


Go-F***-Yourself News



"This weekend for the first time in over a month, Fidel Castro appeared on Cuban television. Cubans were excited to hear this and said, 'We have a television?'." --Conan O'Brien


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Odd News



Barbara Bush tries to comfort her son, George.  Just kidding, Bonobo apes, primates unique to Congo and humankind's closest relative, groom one another at a sanctuary just outside the capital Kinshasa, October 31, 2006. Scientifically named Pan paniscus, but more commonly known as pygmy chimpanzees, bonobos share 98.4% of their genetic make-up with humans, but are at risk of extinction due to more than a decade of conflict in Central Africa. Photo/Finbarr O'Reilly (DEMOCRATIC REPUBLIC OF CONGO)