April 22 2003 Tuesday
Iraq's oil-for-food scheme in limbo
Developments in Iraq's oil fields, world oil markets
Today's cartoon was inspired by how we have turned our military into warriors for oil corporations. We all know Bush and Cheney's ties to oil -- but even the Secy. of the Army is an ex-Enron executive. What an oily bunch.
Take a QUIZ at Democrats.org
Zelda Morgan got 11 out of 14 correct
EMAIL: "Magginkat" firstname.lastname@example.org
SUBJECT: All Hat No Cattle
The Republicans in the Pensacola area have ignored
the infrastructure and the schools -- and the toxic pollution that falls on the P-cola area is more than the entire state of New Jersey. No
wonder it's hard to breathe, eh?
I haven't seen any credible evidence that would
imply Lori was murdered, but the
investigation and misleading statements by the authorities were troublesome,
to say the least. The good ol' boy network protecting Scarborough was
obvious. Yet, at the same time, the national media was hounding Gary Condit,
while ignoring Scarborough.
Naw, Maggie, it means you don't want to associate
Maggie, thanks for writing and good luck with your
Where are the Weapons of Mass Destruction?
Weapons of mass destruction still haunt the Allies
Independent, UK -4-22-03
... a big yawn, except for a few of the backbench rebels persisting with their inconvenient
habit of asking awkward questions about weapons of mass destruction. ...
WMD claims : farce , dishonesty perfected . - Hi Pakistan
Britain urges patience in hunt for Iraq's banned weapons - Channel News Asia
UK Says Will Take Time to Find Iraq's Banned Arms - Washington Post
Inflatable church open
Thu Apr 17, 2:55 PM ET
LONDON (Reuters) - A British designer has made what he says is the world's first inflatable church -- a grey plastic building with a blow-up organ, pulpit, altar, Gothic arches and fake stained glass windows.
Just think, Jerry Falwell can now open his church in Wal-Mart parking lots across the U.S.of A.!
QUOTES OF THE DAY
|"I've really reformed, I'm not a
complete jackass anymore."
-- New MSNBC show host KEITH OLBERMANN telling The Wall Street Journal that he's mellowed.
|"Hey, today we got the four of clubs. A guy named Samir al-Aziz, a Ba'ath party bad guy. And we now have the four of clubs, the five of clubs, the five of spades and the seven of diamonds. I don't know what game they're playing at the White House, but today, when it was confirmed that we had the four of clubs, Condoleezza Rice had to take off her blouse." óBill Maher
|"The Pentagon said this week that the war in Iraq has cost $20 billion so far. The breakdown is operations: $10 billion; personnel: $6 billion; getting Bush re-elected: priceless." óBill Maher
This painting entitled 'Paper Boat,' by Iranian artist Hossein Khosrowjerdi, is part of 'Echoes in Blue,' an exhibit of work by contemporary Iranian artists on view at The National Arts Club in New York until April 29, 2003. (AP Photo/National Arts Club)
Latest on Saddam Hussein's son
One of Saddam Hussein's sons comes home from shopping with everything in a cardboard box.
When Saddam sees this he remarks: "Why have you brought the shopping home in a cardboard box, son?"
To which his son replies: "Because there's no Baghdad"
haha - sent in by Jerry Davidson. Thanks.
HercuBush - Half God - Half Mortal - Half Texan
Iraq Body Count