Monday -- November 15, 2004

Bush Paints Rosy Picture of Iraq Situation
ABC News, Nov. 13, 2004
WASHINGTON — President Bush painted a rosy picture of the situation in Iraq, claiming significant progress Saturday in the US military's battle ...


Bush and Blair accused of mangling English

Reuters, 11-15-04

The English language is being destroyed by a "deadly virus of management speak" which has infected the mouths and minds of politicians like Tony Blair and George W. Bush, a leading journalist says.

Four more Bush Cabinet secretaries resign
Washington Times, 11-15-04
Washington (UPI) -- The White House said it would make public Monday four additional resignations from the Cabinet of President George W. Bush. ...

I love the French language.

"Here’s some good news. It looks like we’re making quick progress over there in Iraq: Today in Fallujah, they banned gay marriage." -- Jay Leno

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

"Fallujah is 70 percent under control. To put that into perspective, L.A. is only 60 percent." -- Jay Leno

Photos From Fallujah

 “See, I’m a believer in that ‘uniter, not a divider’ philosophy. For example, like, if John Ashcroft, if he had reached out to the gay groups, they could have worked together. Like, they could have dressed the nude statues in really fashionable clothing.” -- Jay Leno

Disturbing News

Colin Evacuates White House


Powell tells aides he will leave Bush Cabinet, State Department ...
San Diego Union Tribune, 11-15-04
By George Gedda. WASHINGTON – Secretary of State Colin Powell and three other Cabinet members submitted their resignations, a senior ...

Republican Shenanigans

Rock-The-Voter News

Good News

Clinton library bringing new zest, new dollars to river district
Arkansas News 

Biz-Tech News


Iraq Veterans Against the War

“President Bush has selected Alberto Gonzales to be his new attorney general. Alberto Gonzales, yeah. Yeah, there was one awkward moment when Bush asked if he was related to Speedy Gonzalez.” -- Conan O’Brien

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Bush-Prison-Torture News

 "I tell you, first Ashcroft retires, now Arafat dies. This has not been a good week for religious radicals." -- Jay Leno

Go-F***-Yourself News

A contestant uses his nose to inflate a condom he put over his head in Leipzig, Germany, during the 151st edition of the television show "Wetten, Dass?" or "Let's Bet." (photo by Martin Schutt)

Odd News

The white sand dunes of Nullarbor National Park in Australia will be the backdrop to the world's largest golf course, spanning 1,400 kilometers along a desert highway. Authorities have unveiled plans to build one hole at each of the 18 towns and petrol stations along the Eyre Highway, to be collectively known as Nullarbor Links. Motorists will stop at each petrol station, play a hole, then drive some 100 kilometers to the next tee. (Goldfields Tourism)