Monday edition - March 5, 2007

 

 

Walter Reed woes bring turmoil at the top
ArmyTimes.com - 3-5-07
By Kelly Kennedy, William McMichael and Gina Cavallaro - Staff writers
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The more than 1 million soldiers of the Army, deeply involved on two war fronts, suddenly find themselves serving under leadership tainted by scandal and in critical transition.

 

Army vet at Walter Reed: 'I want to leave this place'
Raw Story - 3-5-07
With a US Army veteran declaring "I want to leave this place," a House committee began a hearing this morning at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center on the difficulties that casualties from the Iraq war have experienced in receiving medical care.

Afghan journalists: US soldiers deleted photos, video after bomb ...
USA Today - 3-5-07
KABUL, Afghanistan (AP) Afghan journalists covering the aftermath of a suicide bomb attack and shooting in eastern Afghanistan said US troops deleted ...


 

Only Bush is stupid enough to piss off  the guys with all those guns - our military.

 


 

''Hillary Clinton will never be president as long as women keep acting crazy. I know it's not fair, but there are too many misogynists out there who are looking for any excuse to not vote for a woman, such as 'women are ruled by their hormones,' as opposed to what a president should be ruled by -- the oil and gas lobby.'' - Bill Maher

 


 

 

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 "Al Gore would have been a better president. John Kerry would have been not because they're Democrats, [but] because they read! They're readers. Ooh, what a concept." - Bill Maher

 


 

 

 


Quail Wings?

 

President Bush, a homebody who rarely goes out to eat, made a rare dinner venture out of the White House on Sunday night. Bush and the Mrs. motorcaded to the Washington home of longtime adviser Karl Rove and wife Darby.

The menu apparently included sausage and quail wings.
 


 

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Guiness called in to certify record for "Most Presidential Scandals" - Grant "Brad" Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com

 


Disturbing News

 


 

Ann Coulter Reloaded

 

Prominent politicians from both parties and a gay-rights group on Saturday condemned right-wing commentator Ann Coulter for her reference Friday to Democratic presidential candidate John Edwards as a "faggot."

"Ann Coulter's use of an anti-gay slur yesterday was un-American and indefensible," Edwards said in a posting on his Web site, www.johnedwards.com .
 


 

 


Republican Shenanigans


 

 


 

"The Republicans are bad because they have to be held back. They are the party and I give them this credit they are the party of ideas. Big, stupid ideas. The Democrats have lately been the party that either doesn't have ideas, or will not defend their ideas." - Bill Maher

 


Joe Scarborough Makes Yet Another Threat

 

Massachusetts's congressman Barney Frank and MSNBC's host Joe Scarborough went a bit head to head over who had the floor to speak.

We wouldn't be surprised if Scarborough's threat to TIVO and actually count talk time minutes between himself and Frank will be dissected on his own talk show

 


 

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Rock-The-Voter News


 

Playing One Hand Against Another

 

 

Maher had via remote feed the Pulitzer Prize winning investigative reporter, Seymour Hersh, who had enlightening findings regarding the administration's hell bent fixation on Iran and its nuclear capabilities...According to Hersh, the Bush administration, with Saudi Arabia, is secretly funding radical Sunni groups - some with ties to al Qaeda - to counter Shiite groups backed by Iran. Stunning Billl Maher and his panel, Hersh stated this is being done without any Congressional authority or oversight.

 



 


 

We must give credit where credit is due: Bush & Cheney are consistent. They send troops into harm's way and they bring 'em back into harm's way. - Grant "Brad" Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com

 


 


 

Biz-Tech News

 


 

"The people who were defending [Bush] were saying, 'Well, he's just inarticulate.' But inarticulate doesn't explain foreign policy. I mean it's not that complicated. The man is a rube. He is a dolt. He is a yokel on the world stage. He is a Gilligan who cannot find his a-- for two hands. He is a vain half-wit who interrupts one incoherent sentence with another incoherent sentence [audience cheers and applause]. And I hope I'm not piling on." - Bill Maher

 


 

 


Bush-Prison-Torture News


 

 


Go-F***-Yourself News


 

China, announcing a much higher than expected increase in military spending (18%), says they owe it all to Wal*Mart. - Grant "Brad" Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com

 


Odd News


 

 

 

This photo released by NASA Thursday, March 1, 2007, shows an image of the planet Saturn obtained with the Cassini spacecraft wide-angle camera on Jan. 19, 2007, as the planet's shadow stretches completely across the rings. The view is a mosaic of 36 images taken over the course of about 2.5 hours, as Cassini scanned across the entire main ring system. Photo/NASA/JPL

 

 

 

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