Monday edition - April 2, 2007




4 GIís Among Dead in Iraq; McCain Cites Progress
New York Times, NY - 4-2-07
The attacks coincided with a visit to Iraq by a Republican Congressional delegation led by Senator John McCain, who declared at a news conference that the ...


Ex-Aide Says Heís Lost Faith in Bush
New York Times, NY - 4-2-07
 In 1999, Matthew Dowd became a symbol of George W. Bushís early success at positioning himself as a Republican ...

Pat Tillman's Mother Accuses Bush of Hiding Facts
CBS 13, CA - 4-2-07
Mary Tillman is accusing President Bush of helping cover up the facts in her sonís death, after new documents suggest Bush knew within a ...


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"We're still at war, right? ... Bush is joking, Rove is rapping, Condoleezza Rice is in a thong singing the 'Milkshake' song." --Jimmy Kimmel, on the Radio-TV Correspondents' dinner



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


Too Stupid to Know They Are Racists



 Former House Speaker Newt Gingrich equated bilingual education Saturday with "the language of living in a ghetto" and mocked requirements that ballots be printed in multiple languages.

Gingrich made the comments in a speech to the National Federation of Republican Women.

I'm sure those Republican women gave Newt a standing ovation.




Going, Going, Gonzales


For all the explanations Attorney General Alberto Gonzales has given about his role in the firing of eight U.S. prosecutors, he hasn't yet given one under oath to Congress. For the White House, it suddenly seems that day can't come fast enough.


Disturbing News



All in the Family Business


Barbara Bush has also been an enthusiastic backer of her son's {Neil Bush] business. In 2004, the former first lady was guest of honor at an Oklahoma fundraiser with proceeds earmarked for purchase of COWs, the Los Angeles Times reported. And in 2005, Mrs. Bush donated an undisclosed sum to a Hurricane Katrina fund with the proviso it be used to buy COWs for Houston schools flooded with Katrina evacuees.

Some educators, though, find COWs gimmicky and question the cost, $3,800 a year to lease or $6,800 to own.

"You can't even get basics like paper and scissors and we went out and bought them," one middle-school teacher, Jon Dansby, told the Los Angeles Times. "I just see red."




By Don Davis



Republican Shenanigans


Just Smile, Be Happy Because It's All Good


Fox News, conservative talk-show host Sean Hannity sought to put Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice at ease so he could find out what she was up to.

"Today Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice is with us. How are you?" he asked.

Rice, having just returned from a disastrous, waste-of-time trip to the Middle East, responded: "Hi, Sean, I'm fine. How are you?"

"I'm good. We always appreciate you being here. Now, what do you do in the off-season when football's not going on? Do you like baseball?"




Rock-The-Voter News


George W. Bush Scandal Collector Plate commercial - YouTube



Biz-Tech News


Who Would Have Thunk? The Environmental Protection Agency Is Supposed to Protect the Environment!


In a defeat for the Bush administration, a closely divided Supreme Court ruled on Monday that a U.S. government agency incorrectly determined it lacks the power to regulate greenhouse gas emissions that spur global warming.




Bush-Prison-Torture News




Subject: Sweet Jesus


Outcry Cancels Chocolate Jesus Show
Washington Post, DC 


Of course, the people who complained are the same people who would line up around the block to see the Blessed Virgin seared onto a tortilla.









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Odd News


A painting depicts an asteroid slamming into the Yucatan Peninsula approximately 65 million years ago. The asteroid wiped out the dinosaurs and paved the way for mammals to dominate, but it took another 10 to 15 million years for the ancestors of today's mammals to really take over, scientists said on Wednesday. Illustration/Don Davis/NASA