Wednesday edition - December 17, 2008
Cheney was key in clearing CIA interrogation tactics
Jackson Jr. went to authorities about Illinois governor
Thousands Of Iraqis Demand Release Of 'Shoe' Journalist
Here's the thing. The president is just full of crap. - Keith Olbermann, 12-16-08
The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without George W. Bush
US military deaths in Iraq war at 4209 International Herald Tribune
As Iraq calms, Mosul remains a battle front Christian Science Monitor
UK troops to leave Iraq 'by July' BBC News
US worried about need for warrants in Iraq The Associated Press
Chavez calls Iraqi shoe-thrower courageous The Associated Press
Saudi man bids $10 mn for shoes hurled at Bush Expressindia.com, India
Asked whether he was still
the same person after being president, Bush said, "I didn't change my basic
"I loved my wife then. I love her now. I realize my most important job was to be a loving father, and it is still my most important job. I believed in an almighty, then my belief has been strengthened. You've got to say I'm a little wiser. My knowledge of the world is more profound,"
When the hyperpartisan Newt
Gingrich says you’ve gone too far, you’ve really gone too far.
Gingrich has written a letter to the Republican National Committee condemning an RNC attack ad that tries to link Barack Obama to Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich. Gingrich insists the ad be pulled.
folks. Looks like we finally found something President Bush is good at:
- Jay Leno
Afghan Reaction to Shoe Throwing Incident
A hugely popular Afghan comedy show is to reconstruct the infamous George W. Bush shoe hurling incident -- only this time the US president gets it in the face.
here's my question, and no offense here, but where was the Secret Service? I
mean, shouldn't they at least have jumped in front of the second shoe? I mean,
you know what I'm saying? Come on. Seriously. Aren't these guys supposed to take
a bullet for the president?" --Jay Leno
For those who may have missed it -- one of the funniest political lines ever
Click here for the 40 second YouTube
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Bush's Two Chilliest Words Yet: "So what?" Huffington Post, NY
Mich. congressman Hoekstra won't run in 2010
"And speaking on ABC's Sunday morning show, 'This Week,' John McCain said that Sarah Palin could not necessarily count on his support if she runs for president in 2012. McCain said 'we have some other great, young governors out there.' Yeah, too bad he didn't pick one of them to run with." --Jay Leno
Another Bush Waiting His Turn
Bush said his brother, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush, should vie for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Republican Sen. Mel Martinez. He said he did not know if his brother intended to pursue the post, and he said he hasn't raised the idea with his father.
Time names Obama 'Person of the Year' The Associated Press
Obama’s $10 Billion Promise Stirs Hope in Early Education New York Times
Impeachment Inquiry Hits Bumps in Illinois New York Times
"You've got to give Bush credit. I mean, the guy moved pretty quickly. ... Too bad he didn't react that way with bin Laden or Katrina, bin Laden or the mortgage crisis, bin Laden or Afghanistan, bin Laden or the Lehman Brothers." --David Letterman
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Dollar Falls on Fed's Rate Cut Wall Street Journal
Fewer Papers Will Hit the Porch in Detroit
"The bright side to all of this is the Iraqi economy must be going well if a guy can afford to throw a perfectly good pair of shoes. Journalists over here can't even afford a pair of flip-flops." --Craig Ferguson
SEC = FEMA
Christopher Cox, the chairman of the Securities and Exchange Commission, admitted late Tuesday that the regulator had failed to act on warnings about the activities of Bernard Madoff stretching back nearly a decade.
journalist throws his shoes at the President, if you’re a late night talk show
host, you go, “Aaahhh!” Good times. It’s like when Cheney shot his lawyer. You
go: “Aaaahhhh! Well, that’s tonight’s show taken care of.”- Craig Ferguson
Cheney Beckons Obama to the Dark Side Washington Post
Lynne Cheney plans to write a bio of James Madison
"Bush is 62 years old, but he still has the reflexes of a cat. Mind you, I think his head has been on a swivel ever since Cheney shot his lawyer." --Craig Ferguson
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If you're not going to give police your real last name, you might not want to have it tattooed on your neck. Darnell Frazier is shown in a photograph released by St Paul Police Dept., Ramsey County, Minnesota. Frazier said his name was Darnell Lewis when questioned by a police officer for jaywalking. The officer noticed the name Frazier tattooed on his neck and found that there were two outstanding warrants on him. In 2002, Frazier pleaded guilty to the Sept. 20, 2001, burglary of an Arab-owned convenience store in St. Paul — a crime his accomplice told police was revenge for the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks.
Photo/Ramsey County, Minnesota