Thursday edition - November 19, 2009




McCain on Palin: Was he for her before he was against her?
USA Today - ‎11-19-09
Yesterday, as his former running mate, Sarah Palin, was launching her book tour, Sen. John McCain telephoned a news agency to defend some of his campaign..


At 2074 pages and $849 billion, Senate health bill arrives
CNN - ‎11-19-09
...Reid, D-Nevada, needs to round up 60 votes in the 100-member Senate to overcome a certain GOP filibuster attempt and open the chamber's debate on the bill....

Palin's trek takes her to the friendly land of Fox
Washington Post - Lisa de Moraes - ‎11-19-09
Sarah Palin really blossomed during her interview at Fox News Channel on Wednesday night, telling Sean Hannity the killing of 13 people at


Sarah Palin is fighting the wrong fight. Instead of whining about the Newsweek cover being sexist, she should be whining about what the headline

 and subhead are.




"Do you know where President Obama is right now? In China. Today he was over there. They're touring him around. He got to see where they keep all our money." –David Letterman



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

Chinese Bribe Afghan Official


A senior Afghan official allegedly took a $20 million bribe to steer a copper mining project to a Chinese company, a glaring example of the claims of corruption clouding the Obama administration's deliberations over expanding the U.S. commitment in Afghanistan.



"Liz Cheney said on Fox News that her father, former Vice President Dick Cheney, should run for president in 2012. In fact, that's apparently in the Mayan calendar too, you know. Cheney becomes president, and then the whole world ends. That's exactly what happens." –Jay Leno



Disturbing News


"One of the people most bothered by Obama's bow was former Vice President Dick Cheney. He said no American president should bow to anyone. Dick's been unusually feisty lately. He's like that when he gets a fresh battery in his pacemaker." –Jimmy Kimmel


Republican-Shenanigans News


All Hat No Cattle loves our advertisers


Just in time for the Holidays!


Click here to visit Jenny's Gourmet Gift Baskets




Mention All Hat No Cattle and receive an extra $5 gift


Out Foxed


Fox News Channel correspondent Major Garrett called himself a "conscientious objector" in his network's fight with the White House after a brief interview with President Barack Obama Wednesday during which the topic never came up.



"But you know, President Bush never bowed to any foreign leaders. He just held hands with them and also he kissed them and then they shared a bunk bed. But that was different. That was for oil." –Jimmy Kimmel




Rock-The-Voter News


"Oh, you know what happened on this day in 1973? Richard Nixon uttered his famous line, 'I am not a crook.' That's back when being a crook could actually hurt a politician's career. See, now it's just part of the job." –Jay Leno



Ads by Google



Biz-Tech News


"President Obama arrived in China yesterday. And to foster the spirit of good will, he wore the traditional clothes made by the children of China. You know, L.L. Bean, J. Crew, Banana Republic, Nike, Reebok." –Jay Leno

Bush-Prison-Torture News


"And experts now say China wants a bigger role in world events. Really? What, being our landlord is not enough now?" –Jay Leno




Go-F**k-Yourself News


"You guys hear this? 'The Oxford Dictionary' declared that the 2009 word of the year is 'unfriend.' To unfriend means to completely delete somebody you don't like from your life, or as CNN calls it, 'Lou Dobbs them.'" –Jimmy Fallon



End of the Year Fundraiser!




Please Keep All Hat No Cattle Online


No donations yesterday.

Offline Donation - Lisa Casey - PO Box 88 - Ashford, AL 36312


 Email me

Odd News

To Help You Deflate Photo



A wild turkey walks across the toll booths at exit 14B of the New Jersey Turnpike in Jersey City, N.J., Wednesday, Nov. 17, 2009. The turkey, who toll workers named Tammy, was caught Wednesday by New Jersey Division of Fish and Wildlife biologists after spending about two months in the area.
Photo/Mel Evans



Copyright Notice