Monday edition - November 8, 2010
State Rep. John Merrill, R-Tuscaloosa, said
Saturday night that he will amend a campaign finance report to show that a
$5,000 donation attributed to MSNBC’s Joe Scarborough instead came
from the talk show’s wife.
‘Morning Joe’ Host’s Other Plans on Election Night
Keith Olbermann will return to MSNBC Tuesday after two-day suspension
Scarborough is afraid of Olbermann. Scarborough didn't even show up election night with all the other MSNBC hosts. I can't wait to hear what Keith has to say tomorrow night.
Zbigniew Brzezinski, father of Joe Scarborough's co-host Mika, said to Joe a while back: "You know, you have such a stunningly superficial knowledge of what went on that it's almost embarrassing to listen to you."
there’s al-Qaida in Yemen. These guys have more franchises than “The Real
Housewives.” - David Letterman
But, But, BP Says It's All Good.
Scientists say they have for
the first time tracked how certain nontoxic elements of oil from the BP spill
quickly became dinner for plankton,
entering the food web in the Gulf of Mexico.
Republicans say they're offering up an olive branch. But it looks more like a painted paralyzed asp with the anesthetic wearing off. - Will Durst
Johnston said in an interview that Sarah Palin is "not qualified" to be
president. And believe me, if there's anyone who knows about not being qualified
for something, it's Levi Johnston. - Jay Leno
The Decision Pointer
GEORGE W BUSH,
the former President of the United States of America, has highlighted a remark
made by the rapper KANYE WEST
as the lowest point of his time in office. Mr Bush releases his
much-anticipated memoir 'Decision Points' today (November 9th 2010), and in the
book he speaks of the time when West called him a racist during a televised
concert, reports the UK's Daily Telegraph.
like John Boehner will be the new speaker of the House. He is the son of a
bartender, one of 12 children who grew up in a two-room home with just one
bathroom. He worked his way through school and became the first person in his
family to graduate from college. Then, sadly, he fell in with the wrong crowd
and wound up in Congress. - Jay Leno
On his radio and Fox News shows, Glenn Beck promoted the false claim that the Obama administration plans to spend $2 billion on a ten-day presidential trip to Asia, before eventually acknowledging that he doesn't know if that figure is accurate.
Crude Rude George
tells Matt Lauer in an interview
what his worst drunken moment was, which will air on Monday, Nov. 8 at 8
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Back To The Future: GOP Threatening to Shutdown The Government And Blame Obama
A top Republican refused on Sunday to rule out the possibility of a government shutdown next year over growing federal deficits but said if there were one, President Barack Obama would bear responsibility.
Bush Admits To War Crimes
When then-President George W. Bush was asked to approve
a tough interrogation technique known as waterboarding on September 11
mastermind Khalid Sheikh Mohammed, he wasted little time in deciding.
"Damn right," he said.
Subject: Joe Scarborough
Didn't Scarborough try and sue you? I googled and couldn't find anything.
You are right, he is a bully.
It is great you are still online. A small donation sent through the mail
Hugs and good health,
Thank you Ben.
Scarborough sent me a cease and desist letter http://www.allhatnocattle.net/joe-scab-threat-2006.pdf in 2006, wanting me to remove all "slant" towards him and his dead aide.
I removed nothing. The cease and desist letter was noted in Scarborough's Wikipedia bio after I posted the threat from him but quickly disappeared. What a shame. He also sent other similar threats to Michael Moore. Scarborough never followed through on any of them. He's a bully filled with bs, in my humble "slanted" opinion.
I'd love to see Olbermann debate Scarborough. But that won't happen. Joe wouldn't even appear with him on election night in the largest mid-term election win for the GOP since 1938.
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To Help You Deflate Photo
12-year-old chimpanzee, bare his teeth through his cage in a zoo in the southern
Lebanese village of Ansar on Monday, Nov. 8, 2010. Omega In his younger years
was used in one of the local restaurants to entertain people and was made to
smoke cigarettes and serve water pipe to customers. After he grew stronger, he
was locked up and taken to a zoo where he has lived in a 40 square meter cage
for the past 10 years. Organizers of Omega's evacuation say it marks the first
time a chimpanzee has been rescued in Lebanon, a country with virtually no
animal rights protection laws. Omega is being sent to a sanctuary in Brazil
Monday after being rescued from a zoo in south Lebanon.
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