Monday edition - November 13, 2006
Bush vows not to prejudge Iraq report
Lawmakers question Iraq war's course after elections
UK seeks help of Iraq's neighbours
Why do I get the sinking feeling that Bush has no intention of changing his ways?
"Twenty-three years ago two men shook hands [on screen: an '83 photo of Donald Rumsfeld shaking hands with Saddam Hussein]. No one then could have guessed how closely their fates would be intertwined, or that this week would be kind of a crappy week for both of them. Just days after Saddam Hussein was sentenced to death, Donald Rumsfeld was dealt an even crueler punishment -- irrelevance." --Jon Stewart
US military deaths in Iraq hit 2,848 Penn Live, PA
Fresh violence shakes Iraq WIS, SC
Morgues in Iraq can't keep up with the violence Cleveland Plain Dealer, OH
Saudi Arabia says Iraq "major base" for militants Reuters AlertNet, UK
SPIEGEL INTERVIEW WITH RICHARD HAASS "Iraq Is Not Winnable" Spiegel Online, Germany
Danes on trial over Iraq secrets BBC News, UK
War, pollution endangering Iraq river Seattle Post Intelligencer
President Bush's dad, former
President George H. W. Bush, couldn't stand Donald Rumsfeld -- but zipped his
lip until recently.
• • The reason: The elder Bush believed Rumsfeld was behind a move that once forced him out of veep contention.
Should Bush be impeached? Poll - MSNBC
George W. Bush is one lame mother-ducker. www.seriouskidding.com - Grant Gerver
George 41 to the world: "Read my lips: quit thumpin' my son!" www.seriouskidding.com - Grant Gerver
"I think,'' says MSNBC
General Manager Dan Abrams, "that Keith Olbermann may become a model for the
newscast of the future.''
And sure, Abrams is going to say that because he's Olbermann's boss. Besides, the MSNBC ratings have been on a roll lately -- helped by the 67 percent jump in viewership for Olbermann's show in the year since he began channeling Howard ("I'm as mad as hell, and I'm not going to take this any more!'') Beale from the movie "Network.''
The Top 10 Conservative Idiots, No. 268
Upbeat Rove says GOP setback only temporary
McCain Edges Toward '08 Presidential Run Washington Post
Gerald Ford is longest-living US president
Bush Wax Figure Attacked
President Bush's wax
likeness is taking a thumpin' these days at Madame Tussaud's celebrity waxworks
in Las Vegas.
Bush's head suffered about $25,000 in damages when a Madame Tussaud's visitor attacked it the day before last week's elections.
"Donald Rumsfeld was known as the architect of the Iraq war. He can feel proud of what he's built, because it's going to last for years and years and years." --Jay Leno
If playing the sands, Bush jokes are sheik New York Daily News
Backs Murtha For Majority Leader
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I Am Macaca
Oil Prices Rise at Start of New Week Chicago Tribune
US Commerce Secretary Visits China ABC News
Newspaper giant Gannett pursuing Tribune: reports
A man was
arrested and accused of mailing threatening letters laced with white powder to
Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, David Letterman, Keith Olbermann and other
high-profile figures, the FBI announced Sunday.
FBI agents took Chad Conrad Castagana, 39, into custody Saturday on charges of conveying false information and sending threats via the U.S. mail, the bureau said in a statement.
Ex-Guantanamo inmates to appeal Morocco sentence: lawyer Washington Post
To Cheney, Iraq is nothing more than the ultimate quail hunt. www.seriouskidding.com - Grant Gerver
Armani, Of Course
Paul Pelosi said he doesn't advise his wife [Nancy] on politics, but he does pick out her wardrobe of mainly Armani pants suits. "Well, she hates to shop," Paul Pelosi said.
Stupidest Quotes of Campaign 2006
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Air guitar T-shirt rocks for real BBC News
Secret of Cold War Spy Messages Revealed LiveScience.com
A penguin called Elvis wears a new pair of blue shoes at the Antarctic Center's Penguin Encounter display in Christchurch, November 7, 2006. Elvis and 16 other penguins who arrived at the International Antarctic Centre in September have been given specially designed shoes after several penguins developed sore feet in their new home, according to Antarctic Centre director Richard Benton. Picture taken November 7, 2006. Photo/International Antarctic Centre