Rumvee has a nice ring to it -- hopefully it's Rumsfeld for whom the bell tolls.
“It's amazing. We can't get armored Humvees for our troops in Iraq. We can only get them for celebrities in Los Angeles. Doesn't it somehow seem unfair?” -- Jay Leno
I don’t remember seeing this at the Olympics click here
Prospects for Saddam trial still uncertain Albany Times Union, N.Y.
Lawyer Urges Red Cross to Examine Saddam Guardian, U.K.
U.S. denies Saddam on hunger strike CBC News
U.S. Army: Saddam's jailed top aides end food protest Turkish Press, Turkey
Palestine apologizes to Kuwait for Saddam support Aljazeera.com
Australia to send logistics trainers to Iraq Independent Online
Twenty-one die as 'petrol bus' explodes after collision Ireland Online
AP Survey Finds Public Doubts Growing on Iraq Editor & Publisher,
Army Repair Posts Scramble to Keep the Troops Equipped washingtonpost.com
A succinct analysis of the
The Democrats' mistake was thinking that a disastrous war
and national bankruptcy would be of concern to the electorate.
The Republicans correctly saw that the chief concern of the
electorate was to keep gay couples from having an abortion.
~ Author unknown
"I didn’t want, you know, 'Died deluded in Iraq' over my gravestone," says Pfc. Dan Felushko
Kiev lawmakers reopen poison probe CNN International
Exodus of Staff Hobbles the FBI Los Angeles Times
"A soldier asked Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld a really tough question. It was kind of embarrassing. He asked, ‘Why don't we have proper armor for our vehicles?’ The guy who asked the question was Army Specialist Thomas Wilson. No, I'm sorry. No, Latrine Specialist Thomas Wilson. I'm sorry. He's been reassigned.” -- Jay Leno
2004 Political Dot-Comedy Awards
AllHatNoCattle was nominated for the Best Bush Humor Category!
Graphic By Patricia Gerber -- San Francisco
This Week's Top Ten Conservative Idiots
Congressional Republicans enhanching power with rules changes Palm Beach Post, Fla.
Rudy tells W he's sorry for brouhaha New York Daily News
GOP May Target Use of Filibuster washingtonpost.com
FCC Requests Tape of Olympics Reuters
Billboards in Arizona
"The right-wing media has
become a partisan propaganda arm of the Republican
National Committee. We have an ideological press that's interested in the election
of Republicans, and a mainstream press that's interested in the bottom line.
Therefore, we don't have a vigilant, independent press whose interest is the American people." -- Bill Moyers
Halliburton hires Colombian mercenaries Al-Jazeera.Net, Qatar
Web site compares drugs for 'best buys' USATODAY.com
Clinton Stumps for Newest Search Engine Ziff Davis
Bogus E-Mail Worries Users Of Cell Phones washingtonpost.com
New Detainee Deaths Uncovered in Afghanistan YubaNet, Calif.
Changes Behind the Barbed Wire Washington Post
“Sen. John McCain thinks that Congress might have to step in and control the use of steroids in sports. And baseball commissioner Bud Selig agrees. Is this Congress' number one priority now? Did we win the war?” -- Jay Leno
eBay Ad Lists Manhattan Judge for Sale The Ledger, Fla.
80-year-old survives after 18 hours in sea Sun-Sentinel.com , Fla.
Teen cleaning up beach finds 20-pound brick of marijuana NEPA News, Pa.
A 10th/11th-century limestone relief of St. Peter, found in a salvage yard and used as a pet gravestone, went to auction on Dec. 10, 2004 for an estimated 40,000 to 60,000 pounds ($76,000 to $115,000). The relief, made from Oolitic limestone, is incredibly rare, as few reliefs of this period have survived. (Sotheby's)