Thursday edition - March 30, 2006


Bush Blames Saddam for Iraq Instability
ABC News - 3-30-06
President Bush said Wednesday that Saddam Hussein, not continued U.S. involvement in Iraq, is responsible for ongoing sectarian violence that is threatening the formation of a democratic government...


Bush heads to Mexico, doesn't pack Speedo
Seattle Post Intelligencer - 3-29-06
... "Final question, then I'm going down to be with the president of Mexico and the prime ... But Bush made one thing clear. "No Speedo suit here," he promised. ...

Cops: Teen Threatened School, Not Bush
Herald News Daily, ND - 3-30-06
FLORENCE, Ky. - A 13-year-old boy who authorities originally said threatened President Bush actually made the threat against a school, not the president, police said.



Bush in a Speedo? Even worse, Mama Bush in a bikini.



"June 1st is the start of the hurricane season. President Bush is already stockpiling excuses." --David Letterman







"Andrew Card has spent the last five years managing the Bush White House as the ratings have steadily declined. Given that experience, today he was hired by NBC." --Jay Leno




The-World-Is-A-Safer-Place-Without-Saddam News



"Vice President Dick Cheney said yesterday Democrats are not competent to fight the war in Iraq -- this coming from a guy who shot a bird and hit a lawyer." --Jay Leno



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Disturbing News


"He just gave a promotion to the guy who was in charge of our nine trillion dollar debt. You know what? I really think if you walked into a cabinet meeting and started hurling your feces at the wall, Bush would name a state after you." --Jon Stewart, on Bush naming Joshua Bolten his new chief of staff






It's OK When Republicans Do It


Tom DeLay is fighting to regain his concealed handgun permit after it was suspended because of his indictment on felony charges.


Republican Shenanigans



When our politicians and religious leaders crawl into bed with each other, it produces the faith-based citizen.-- Zing!



Fox Noose versus Reality





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Christian Star  Wars


There are those who would say Tom DeLay lost his job as House majority leader because he was indicted by a Texas grand jury for money laundering and conspiracy, or because of his extensive ties to lawbreaking lobbyist Jack Abramoff. But they would be wrong.

In fact, the Texas Republican fell from power because he is a Christian.


"Well, you know, that's the problem in America, we're always having elections." --Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX), asked about election year divisions in the GOP


Rock-The-Voter News






Space Control to Major Tom


Five days after NASA administrator Michael Griffin urged a Houston audience to keep U.S. Rep. Tom DeLay in office, a spokesman denied Wednesday that Griffin had made a formal campaign endorsement.


Good News



"Andy Card resigned. Finally a Republican leaving Washington not in handcuffs." --Jay Leno


Biz-Tech News




Tattoos OK, Gays Still Not


The U.S. Army, which missed its recruiting goal last year, has relaxed its policy banning certain types of tattoos in a bid to attract new soldiers who otherwise would have been barred from serving.



Your Responses - Exile Bush to ___________________


Thank you for your fabulous exile locations! BTW, Iraq won the unofficial poll.


Bush-Prison-Torture News



"I feel very comfortable up here. The lighting could be better, but I can still see the whites of your eyes." --Vice President Dick Cheney, at the annual Radio & Television Correspondents' Association dinner


Go-F*ck-Yourself News




Bush says he looked into Putin's eyes and saw his soul. Fortunately, Putin was gracious enough not to mention he looked into Bush's ear and saw daylight on the other side. -- Will Durst


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Odd News






The tallest woman in Asia, Chinese Yao Defen (R), and her friend knit at her home in Shu Cha in eastern China's Anhui province March 15, 2006. Yao, is 34 years old and 2.36 metres tall. Photo/Nir Elias