Tuesday edition - November 14, 2006
Vietnam trade bill goes down to defeat
Group sues to have Rumsfeld investigated
Bush hopes to reassert US leadership during Asia trip
I always feel safer when Bush leaves the country.
On behalf of those of us who spoke out against this pre-emptive war from the beginning and were reviled as anti-troops and unpatriotic: When might we receive an apology? - Zing!
Us Military Deaths In Iraq Hit 2,852 Guardian Unlimited, UK
Bombing kills 20 on minibus San Jose Mercury News, USA
Dozens snatched in mass kidnap at Iraq ministry Washington Post
Blair to speak to US Iraq panel Houston Chronicle
Saudi promises "security fence" along Iraq border Reuters AlertNet, UK
Former White House aide I.
Lewis "Scooter" Libby is charged with lying to investigators in the case and
wants to present classified material at his trial in January to show jurors that
he had a lot on his mind and couldn't remember details about the leak.
U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton said Libby has a right to use some classified material at trial in January.
"Yesterday, Bush had lunch with the new Democratic Speaker of the House, Nancy Pelosi. I believe the main course was Rumsfeld's head on a platter." --Jay Leno
Tamiflu linked to abnormal behavior
Bush in a Turban?
Some events require more
public disclosure than others.
World leaders gathering in Hanoi this weekend for the annual Pacific Rim summit will be invited to don traditional Vietnamese "ao dai" silk tunics and black velvet turbans for their group photo, staff of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation forum said Tuesday.
"President Bush, on Wednesday, held a news conference where he vowed to work with the new Democratic majority. Which, if true, can only mean one thing -- the Democrats have a nuclear bomb." --Amy Poehler
Hey, all you "Sportsmen for Bush": Where do you plan to hunt and fish when it's all been destroyed? - Zing!
Haiku For A Former “Genius”
By Madeleine Begun Kane
Dream of Bush’s Brain:
Colbert’s Got Some Tough Wørds For Bush 41
Ex-presidents star in Bill and George show Chicago Sun-Times
Republican fundraiser convicted of embezzling from rare-coin fund International Herald Tribune, France
Newt in ‘94 vowed to investigate Clinton for 2 years as his platform
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"Next week, President Bush is going to Vietnam. So it looks like he's finally going to finish up that National Guard duty." --Jay Leno
Oil Prices Up Amid Concerns Over Winter Baltimore Sun
Poland Scuppers EU Talks on Russia Deal Deutsche Welle
Tech asks departing Republicans for favors CNET News.com, CA
There's just something about a crew cut that says, "You can trust me." There's your boy. This is Montana's new senator, John Tester. I don't know much about him. And I don't need to. His hair says it all. "I'm friendly, I'm dependable, I'm literally level-headed." If hair could smile, it would look like this. And most importantly, it's hair that says, "You will never ever, ever, ever find me snorting meth with a gay hooker." - Bill Maher
Former prisoner tells of torture at Guantanamo Khaleej Times, United Arab Emirates
"I don't want to say that George Bush is a lame duck, but this morning, Cheney shot him." --Bill Maher
Cheney doesn't need Rumsfeld anymore Boston Globe
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'Borat' victims humiliated, lose jobs BurlingtonFreePress.com, VT
Vietnam Deports American Convicted of Terrorism Ahead of Bush ... Voice of America
Vietnamese artist crafts glittery gemstone portraits of Bush, APEC ... International Herald Tribune, France
In this photo released by China's Xinhua news agency, members of the Chinese Art Ensemble of the Handicapped perform a dance named 'Mother Buddha' at the Xinjiang People's Hall in Urumqi, northwest China, on Saturday November 11, 2006. Consisting of hear-impaired dancers, the art troupe, set up in 1987, has given performances in more than 30 countries and won sound reputations, Xinhua said. (Photo/Xinhua, Wang Min)