Wednesday edition - February 3, 2010




Limbaugh, Palin urge right wing to step up efforts to purge moderates from Republican Party
NYDailyNews  - 2-3-10

Right wing purists egged on by Rush Limbaugh and Sarah Palin fought to capture an upstate House seat Monday and electrify their drive to purge moderates from the Republican Party.


Jon Stewart to pay visit to Bill O'Reilly on outspoken host's Fox news program
New York Daily News - Richard Huff - ‎2-3-10
Serious funny guy Jon Stewart will go head-to-head with Bill O'Reilly on the O'Reilly's Fox News Channel show. "Stewart wants to be on the...

Clare Short's Message for Dick Cheney
CBS News (blog) - Charles Cooper - 2-3-10
When it came to expressing her opinions as a member of Tony Blair's cabinet, Clare Short was never a shrinking violet. If she rubbed people the wrong way


I always forget, who is the entertainer, Palin or Limbaugh?




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


"Great Britain and America now have proposed a half-billion-dollar fund to create jobs for Taliban members who agree to lay down their arms. And if it works there, they're going to offer the same deal to NBA players." –Jay Leno


Flip Flopping Before He's A Senator!


Republican Scott Brown called on the governor of Massachusetts to certify the results of his upset Senate win by Thursday morning, allowing him to be sworn in earlier than his target date next week because, he says, there are votes he doesn't want to miss.

The demand reversed Brown's earlier declaration that he did not want to be sworn in until Feb. 11, a grace period he said he needed to hire a staff and prepare for his new responsibilities.





Disturbing News

Black and White: Yep, That's America.


Oprah Winfrey may be the queen of television, but she has some surprising new company.

A new Harris Poll shows Ms. Winfrey on top as America’s favorite TV personality.

Debuting on the list in second place is Fox News commentator Glenn Beck.


Republican-Shenanigans News




David Letterman's Top Ten Surprises In The $3.8 Trillion Federal Budget

10. $3.5 trillion given to committee fighting overspending
9. President now has to pay $25 for each bag he brings aboard Air Force One
8. Cut NASA budget so much, next mission is to New Haven, Conn.
7. Estimate does not include convenience fee of $3.95
6. Government is raising the money by sending out a drunk Rip Torn to rob banks
5. United States pays for Ahmadinejad's tan windbreakers
4. It allocates $5 billion for a giant wallet to hold all money
3. Don't tell him, it's a surprise, but McCain's getting a new Craftmatic Adjustable Bed
2. $1 billion research grant to figure out what the hell iPad does
1. The naked centerfold of Sen.-elect Scott Brown

Rock-The-Voter News


Rush: Imploding or Exploding?




By a wide margin, Americans consider Rush Limbaugh the nation's most influential conservative voice.

Those are the results of a poll conducted by "60 Minutes" and Vanity Fair magazine and issued Sunday. The radio host was picked by 26 percent of those who responded, followed by Fox News Channel's Glenn Beck at 11 percent. Actual politicians — former Vice President Dick Cheney and former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin — were the choice of 10 percent each.


"I am stunned that John Edwards made a sex tape. Do you realize this guy is basically Paris Hilton with better hair? That's all he is." –Jay Leno



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Biz-Tech News


AIG Update


Executives in AIG's financial products division are getting $100 million richer, and the White House pay czar calls the bonuses "outrageous."

However, Kenneth Feinberg said the payments are contractual obligations entered into years ago. And he pointed out that AIG executives have pledged to repay $39 million out of $45 million in previous bonuses to the U.S. Treasury.


"It was reported today that Goldman Sachs's CEO, Lloyd Blankfein, is getting a $100 million bonus. Goldman Sachs denied it, saying, 'Well, no figure has been decided on yet.' You know what that means? He's getting more. Exactly." –Jay Leno

Bush-Prison-Torture News


"And here's big news: United States Senate reconfirms chairman of the Fed. Ben Bernanke was reconfirmed. So he'll have the job for four more years. I just hope we have an economy for four more years." –David Letterman


Go-F**k-Yourself News


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A mosaic of the Virgin Mary is displayed during its unveiling ceremony in Kiev January 13, 2010. The artwork, created by Ukrainian artist Oksana Mas, is made from 15,000 painted Easter eggs.





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