Monday edition - February 6, 2006
So Cheney told Libby about Valerie Plame. No wonder all those e-mails were deleted. I wonder when CNN will report this?
Just lose the "T" and you've got the more accurate battle we're waging: "The War on Error." -- Grant Gerver
President Bush never met a fear he didn't like. I like to think of it as "Feareedom."-- Grant Gerver
Ann Coulter is Compared to Lil' Kim
"We need somebody to put rat poisoning in Justice Stevens' Crème Brûlée. That's just a joke, for you in the media." -- Ann Coulter
The college president, Walter Kimbrough,
had told the audience, that inviting [Ann] Coulter to speak at the black
school made sense because like hip hoppers she is "raw, outspoken,
uncensored." He also called her the "conservative answer to rapper Lil'
Kim -- [both] attractive and sexy, long-haired blondes. ..."
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DeLay Successor Encourages What Got Them In Trouble
The new Republican leader in the House of Representatives backed more stringent disclosure rules for lawmakers and lobbyists Sunday, but criticized measures such as a ban on privately paid travel proposed by other GOP leaders.
It's OK When Republicans Do It
GOP gubernatorial candidate William Weld made changes to his campaign Web site after being criticized because newspaper articles posted there were altered to remove criticism of him, and any mention of a criminal investigation at a technical college he once led.
A politician should have three hats. One for throwing into the ring, one for talking through, and one for pulling rabbits out of if elected. -- Carl Sandberg
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Rolling Stones Censored by NFL
In "Start Me Up," the show's editors
silenced one word, a reference to a woman's sexual sway over a dead man.
The lyrics for "Rough Justice" included a synonym for rooster that the
network also deemed worth cutting out.
"When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying the cross." — Sinclair Lewis
"Do you believe we are addicted to oil? So basically when we invaded Iraq, we didn’t really mean anything, it was just the oil talking. We were under the influence of oil at the time. We just need a 12 step program and we could get out of Iraq." --Jay Leno
ATF Gone Wild With Interior Decorations
The new headquarters of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives in the District is at least $19 million over budget at a time when the agency is considering sharp cuts in the number of new cars, bulletproof vests and other basics it provides agents...[ATF Director] Truscott planned to purchase, among other things, nearly $300,000 in extras for the new director's suite, including a $65,000 conference table and more than $100,000 for hardwood floors, custom trim and...
Marriage Advice from the Army?
They are the Pentagon's new "rules of engagement" — the diamond ring kind. U.S. Army chaplains are trying to teach troops how to pick the right spouse, through a program called "How To Avoid Marrying a Jerk."
“Now, did you see Dick Cheney sitting behind the President? Is it me? Doesn't Cheney always look like the ‘before’ guy in the erectile dysfunction ads?” -- Jay Leno
"In Washington President Bush came out of the white house and saw his shadow...Cindy Sheehan." --Jay Leno
Babies are training to swim at a Maternal and Infantile Health Care Center in Suzhou, east China's Jiangsu province. Swimming for newborn babies, which is becoming increasingly popular in China, is not only good to the growth of babies' bones and muscles, but can strengthen heart and lung functions, Photo by Xinhua