Tuesday edition - April 4, 2006
DeLay Announces Resignation From House
Cost of Iraq war and hurricane relief to exceed $100
Iraq's interior ministry refusing to deploy US-trained
Tom DeLay resigned quickly, didn't he? I wonder what skeleton will pop out of his closet next?
Tom DeLay cashes in chips to become televangelist. - Grant Gerver
New Iraq Violence Kills Woman, Two Sons
Nine US troops die in Iraq, including five Marines in crash Seattle Times
Civilians take up arms amid Iraqi violence USATODAY.com
Iraq Court Charges Hussein with Genocide of Kurds New York Times
Iran: Defenses Can Withstand Any Invasion Guardian Unlimited, UK
US says Saudi individuals still funding terrorism Reuters
Armor Banned by Army Banned by Air Force AP
"Immigration was the big issue of the week. Bush was in Cancun promoting his new video, 'Foreign Policy Gone Wild.'" --Bill Maher
French march in new attack on youth job law Reuters.uk
Crash highlights an aging fleet Philadelphia Inquirer
Subject: Tom DeLay
Now that DeLay is resigning ands moving to Washington, D.C. , I wonder if he is going to resume his business of "killing cockroaches" there! He will never run out of "cockroaches" to kill in D.C. Lets wish him much success in his new business!!
I believe Tom DeLay is going to become a Christian Warrior.
After the Rapture, the Democrats will be in control of Congress again, right? -- Zing!
Burns returns final Abramoff-related donations Billings Gazette, USA
House GOP Pushes McKinney-Related Measure Houston Chronicle
"A new study involving 1800 patients and six major hospitals failed to prove the healing power of prayer. They said prayer does not work in healing. There goes the Republican health care plan." --Jay Leno
A Senate Republican
wants an Army general who drew criticism for
church speeches casting the war on terrorism in religious terms to
lead the U.S. special operations command.
"President Bush threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Cincinnati Reds-Chicago Cubs game. Like Bush, it was high and to the far right. ... After Bush threw his first pitch, Dick Cheney shot an old guy in the upper deck." --Jay Leno
Oil Futures Fall to Near $66 a Barrel Bluefield Daily Telegraph, WV
Halliburton agrees asbestos settlement Money News
Enron witness calls cuts 'redeployments' BusinessWeek
Judge nixes Michigan law aimed at 'violent' games CNET News.com
2,000 illegal file sharers face prosecution Monsters and Critics.com
Subject: Bumper stickers for 2006
The Bush Legacy: Leave no Child a Dime.
I Never Thought I’d Miss Nixon
Ignorance and Arrogance is Bad Foreign Policy
Feeling Blue in a Red State
Diebold Voting System: Keeping America Safe from Democracy
Hatred is not a Family Value
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Subject: Thousands of mistakes
Condi said "we've made thousands of mistakes in Iraq". So far I count exactly 2343 mistakes. That's how many American soldiers have died so far. Maybe we should keep a running total of how many "mistakes" we've made. BOOM! oops, there's another mistake.
Thanks for writing Gary.
Another mistake, Condi went shoe shopping while Katrina victims were trapped on their roofs. Her priorities arewhat, a size 10?
Cheney to visit Spokane for fundraiser The Spokesman Review
SUPER FRAT BATTLES DICK CHENEY AND DONALD RUMSFELD ON SPRING BREAK comic Book Resources
The Most Tasteless South Dakota State Motto You Can Think of Contest
Katie Couric expected to leave `Today Show' Wednesday San Jose Mercury News
Divers make their way through a freshwater sinkhole, known as a cenote, in Mexico's Yucatan peninsula in this undated photo. The cenotes, deep sinkholes in limestone that have pools at the bottom, are yielding scientific discoveries including possible life-saving cancer treatments. Photo/Henry Watkins & Yibran Aragon