Tuesday edition - December 7, 2006
Near-Total Isolation Sought for Guantánamo Detainees
As the new Democratic Party
majority in the US Congress considers whether to revisit the Military
Commissions Act of 2006 (MCA), the administration of President George W.
Bush is proposing still more restrictions on detainees in US custody.
Panel urges major support to maximize Iraq's oil flow
Bush, Blair say they're
charting new directions in Iraq
Gee, Papa Bush crying because his son lost an election twelve years ago. How about him shedding a tear for the thousands of deaths caused by his eldest son? The Bushes only seem to shed tears for their own family.
"Now three schools are in the running for the George Bush presidential library. I understand the losing school will get it." --Jay Leno
I just watched the press conference with Bush and Blair on the Iraq Study Group. Bush has no intention of acting on the "grave situation" in Iraq. He's staying the course.
11 US troops killed in Iraq, government says study group's ... International Herald Tribune
Mr Blair admitted war was not being won BBC News, UK
Firmly impaled on a habanero-soaked broomstick between Iraq and a hard place, the President finally gets an inkling of what it feels like to be an American or an Iraqi. www.seriouskidding.com
Jeb Is Going To Heaven!
"If I measure my life based on this man's life, if I can achieve half of what he achieved, be half the man half as loving and as caring and as decent, when I go to heaven to meet my creator I think he would say, 'Job well done,'" Jeb Bush said.
Subject: Bush Daddy Cries
Leave it to
blubbering, vomiting WIMPMASTER SENIOR to cry like a bitch about the son who
actually still talks to him! And for him to cry over election shenanigans in
FLORIDA? After those criminals fixed the PRESIDENTIAL election in Florida?
See video: http://www.crooksandliars.com/2006/12/05/bush-sr-sheds-some-tears/
Thank you for writing and your graphic.
Maybe it's another amBush maneuver by Daddy or he's going through a nervous breakdown because his family dynasty is crumbling right before his eyes. I guess the later.
Lost dad found dead in wilderness
Tropical seas are threatened by famine
Freedom of Religion?
When America's first Muslim
congressman, a Democrat from Minnesota, let it be known he will carry a Koran to
his swearing-in ceremony on Jan. 4, conservative pundit Dennis Prager called it
"an act of hubris ... that undermines American civilization."
In a web column, the talk-show host said, "Insofar as a member of Congress taking an oath to serve America and uphold its values is concerned, America is interested in only one book, the Bible. If you are incapable of taking an oath on that book, don't serve in Congress."
I formally salute
everything you do. Public opinion is the key to change (albiet rather late in
this case). You have reached untold thousands and done it with unfailing humor
mixed with serious message. You are the best. Keep it up. We have a long way to
go to that light at the end of this stinking tunnel.
Glad to know you,
Wow. I am humbled. Thank you.
The "Internets" have done a damn fine job showing that light at the end of the Bush tunnel vision.
“Really bad in the Midwest. ... A lot of snow and ice; 2 million people without power. Or as they’re now called, Republicans.”- Jay Leno
Some Republicans Take a Scorched-Hill Tack Wall Street Journal
Abortion foes unable to win House OK for fetal pain bill Houston Chronicle
Hastert Adjusts to No Longer Being Boss Forbes, NY
The Iraq Study Group has come up with the ultimate solution to Iraqtile Dysfunction, expected to finally settle the 1300 year feud between the Shia and Sunnis: a fight to the finish this New Year’s Day, in the Mother of All BCS Games: the “Bush Created Slaughter Bowl.”
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“Did you know last Thursday was National Methamphetamine Awareness Day? Did you know that? See, a lot of people missed it because the parade went by in, like, five seconds. Zoom.” - Jay Leno
Oil prices rise slightly in Asia BusinessWeek
Seminoles to buy Hard Rock chain for $965 mln MarketWatch
Google moves into TV ads with BSkyB deal Guardian Unlimited
Anderson and Abu Ghraib
CNN anchor Anderson Cooper
will report his first story for 60 Minutes, an interview with Joe
Darby, the man who touched off one of the biggest news stories of the war in
when he gave authorities pictures of U.S. soldiers abusing Iraqi prisoners at
the Abu Ghraib prison.
Subject: 6 year Anniversary Donation
It doesn't seem like six yrs. Time has flown by for me. I found you in 2000 at Bartcop and haven't left since.
I must congratulate your humor and your accuracy. And your endurance.
Here's $50 bucks to stuff in your stocking.
Thank YOU Lisa for 6 great years and hope there will be six more.
Thank you so much. www.bartcop.com and www.buzzflash.com both ran my early cartoons and kick started this site, and I am eternally grateful to both.
I have every intention of being here six more years as long as I receive support from my always fabulous viewers.
Guantanamo detainee pledges to help US fight terrorism if released International Herald Tribune
The Cheney interpretation of the Iraq Study Group report: "Bomb Iran." - www.seriouskidding.com
No new news on Dick Cheney. He must be hiding out in his undisclosed location.
"According to a new study, children figure out the truth about Santa Claus between the ages of three and six. Although the study says that the age is much later for some U.S. presidents." --Conan O'Brien
Six years online and counting...
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Hepburn's 'Tiffany's' dress sells for $807,000 in auction Indianapolis Star
This image released by NASA shows two views of a gully on the wall of an unnamed crater in the Centauri Montes region. NASA experts said they have detected evidence that liquid water existed on the surface of Mars in recent years, giving weight to hopes that signs of life on the Red Planet could still be found. (Photo/NASA)