TGIF/Weekend edition - March 5-7, 2010
Steele: Leaked RNC presentation 'unfortunate'
Washington (CNN) – Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele on Thursday condemned a now-public internal party document that mocks GOP donors, but he would not say if disciplinary action is being taken against the official who created the presentation.
White House Confronts Insurers on Premiums
We've come a long way, Baby. DOH!
his new book, Karl Rove said that the failure o find weapons of mass destruction
in Iraq badly damaged the Bush administration's credibility. It's all in his new
book here, it's called 'Duh.'" –Jay Leno
Handguns For All: This Federal Law The Gun Nuts Would Love
The Supreme Court suggested Tuesday it will strike down U.S. cities' outright bans on handguns, a ruling that could establish a nationwide ownership right fervently sought by gun advocates.
Irony: The GOP Fear Mongering Document Was Found In Boca Grande ("Big Mouth" in Spanish)
National GOP leaders are doing damage control today after a Politico scoop lifted the curtain on the party's plan to tap voters' "fear" in the coming campaign season. The PR problem started when an absent-minded attendee at the Republican National Committee (RNC) confab on February 18 in Boca Grande, Florida, left a 72-page document from its 2010 strategizing session in a hotel room.
"Did you hear that Rush Limbaugh's Manhattan penthouse is on the market for $14 million? It's an amazing property. Over 4,000 square feet. And that's just the medicine cabinet." –Craig Ferguson
DA: Republican state senator had .14 blood alcohol San Jose Mercury News
Yes Sir. Handguns For All, Especially The Well Dressed
The well-dressed gunman was mortally wounded after firing at and injuring two Pentagon police officers was armed with two 9 millimeter semiautomatic weapons and carried several magazines of ammunition, the chief of the Pentagon police said Friday.
Rove's new memoir, 'Courage and Consequence,' is coming out next week. Not sure
if 'Courage and Consequence' is how most people would describe the Bush years,
but I guess it does sound better than 'Oopsies.'" –Jimmy Fallon
Gov. David Paterson said he will not run for election but he will serve his full
term. He's going to finish his term. He's going to keep being governor till the
very end. Did you hear that, Sarah? Till the end. He's going to continue to be
the governor till the very end." –David Letterman
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more crazy news coming out of the auto industry. Today, Nissan recalled over
half a million cars with faulty brakes and fuel gauges. Toyota was like, 'just
half a million? Oh, that's cute.'" –Jimmy Fallon
2,500 African Americans Win Shoot Out With AIG Racists. In Court.
Two subsidiaries of American
International Group Inc. have agreed to pay $7.1 million
to settle discrimination allegations of charging higher fees to African American
borrowers, the Justice Department announced Thursday.
A total of $6.1 million will go to 2,500 African American borrowers of subprime loans who were charged higher broker fees
Scientists claim the recent 8.8 earthquake in Chile tilted the earth's axis. Although some talk show hosts are blaming Obama for that too.- Will Durst
California Terrorist With A 9mm
A California man killed in a shootout with Pentagon police drove cross-country and arrived outside the military headquarters armed with two semiautomatic weapons, authorities said Friday. The shooter apparently left behind angry, anti-government Internet postings airing suspicions about the 9/11 attacks.
Bush Officials Defend Obama Administration Lawyers Under Attack CBS News (blog)
report found that a line of cocaine is now cheaper than a cup of coffee.
Although, if you're choosing to snort coke instead of drinking coffee in the
morning, it was never really about the money, was it?" –Jimmy Fallon
John went repelling yesterday instead of donating to All Hat No Cattle.
I think not.
No donations yesterday.
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A snow sculpture created after "Venus de Milo" by Elisa Gonzalez at her home in Rahway, New Jersey. Gonzalez and her two children created the snow sculpture, and were later visited by the local police who told them that a neighbor had complained about the statue and that they needed to cover it up or knock it down. They didn't want any problem with the police so they covered it up with clothing. I wonder if the REAL "Venus de Milo" sculpture was in their front yard would the police have insisted on covering it up too?
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