Wednesday edition - March 3, 2010




Romney: Sarah Palin is qualified for president
The Hill (blog) - Bob Cusack - ‎3-3-10
Mitt Romney (R) said Wednesday that Sarah Palin is qualified to be president. During an appearance on MSNBC's "Morning Joe" program, Romney was pressed on...


Group Presses Holder on Lawyers Who Defended Gitmo Detainees

Keep America Safe, the organization launched by former Vice President Dick Cheney's daughter Liz Cheney, put out a new video today pressing the Justice Department to release the names of all the lawyers on staff who either represented or advocated on behalf of Guantanamo detainees.

"Americans have the right to know the identity of the al-Qeada seven," the video says

Sen. Bunning gives in, Senate approves jobless benefits
AP – 3-3-10
AP WASHINGTON - Putting a lone senator's cantankerous challenge behind it, the Senate is back to work on a $100 billion-plus bill reviving popular tax breaks and extending longer and more generous jobless benefits through the end of the year.


"President Bush said today he often turned to prayer during his presidency. Hey, I think we all turned to prayer." –Jay Leno

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


Secretary of State Hillary Clinton showed up in earthquake-shaken Chile with a batch of direly needed mobile phones. The Chilean president was surprised when one of them rang: “What? Tiger who?” - Laugh Lines


DOH! Rove Admits Wrong on WMD



 Republican strategist Karl Rove says in a new memoir that the failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq badly damaged the Bush administration's credibility and led to dwindling public support for the war.




This is how we stop Blackwater for good.





Disturbing News





Republican-Shenanigans News


Spreading The Blame



An overwhelming majority of Americans think that their federal government is gridlocked by partisan infighting and turf battles and can't accomplish anything, according to a new McClatchy-Ipsos poll.

Yet the anger and frustration with Washington aren't directed solely at either party and don't automatically add up to a tidal wave against the governing Democrats in this year's elections for control of Congress , the poll suggested.

In fact, Americans tilt slightly against Republicans as to which party they blame more. They also give a 10-point edge to Democrats when they're asked which party they'd vote for if the congressional elections were today.


"I tell you, though. People still have faith in Toyota, even with these massive recalls. The Toyota Prius has retained its title as Consumer Reports' top pick for eco-friendly vehicle. They said it's a great way to get in touch with the environment, especially when it flies out of control and hits the trees." –Jay Leno


Rock-The-Voter News


"Gatorade has officially ended their relationship with Tiger Woods. He was seeing at least five other sports drinks." –Jay Leno





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Biz-Tech News


"Weren't the Winter Olympics fantastic? The U.S. won a gold medal in downhill economy." –David Letterman

Meanwhile, Back In Spain



Spanish police said on Wednesday they had arrested three men suspected of building the world's biggest network of virus-infected computers which hijacked more than 13 million PCs.




Bush-Prison-Torture News


I like the Winter Olympics because you get to see sports you never see anywhere else, like bobsledding. Bobsledding is the only sport that shows us what it's like to drive a Toyota." –Jimmy Fallon

Go-F**k-Yourself News




"Buzz Aldrin will be on 'Dancing With the Stars.' He may be the only man to have walked on the moon and moonwalked in the same lifetime." –Jimmy Kimmel

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This photo released by the Egyptian Supreme Council of Antiquities in Cairo, Egypt, Sunday Feb. 28, 2010, shows the newly unearthed 3,400-year old red granite head, part of a huge statue of the ancient pharaoh Amenhotep III, at the pharaoh's mortuary temple in the city of Luxor. Egypt's Culture Ministry says a team of Egyptian and European archaeologists has unearthed a large head made of red granite of an ancient pharaoh who ruled Egypt some 3,400 years ago.
Photo/ Supreme Council of Antiquities




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