TGIF/Weekend edition - April 7-9, 2006

 

 

W.House does not dispute Bush leak allegation
Reuters - 4-7-06
The White House on Friday chose not to challenge a prosecutor's disclosure that President George W. Bush authorized top official Lewis "Scooter" Libby to disclose intelligence on Iraq in 2003, as Libby alleges.
 

Man at town hall meeting criticizes Bush on wiretaps, Iraq
 San Jose Mercury News,  USA - 4-7-06
 President Bush endured a barrage of soft-spoken insults Thursday from a real estate broker who said Bush should be "ashamed" of his record.

Two in Homeland Security now charged with child sex crimes
SitNews, AK -
4-7-06
It's called "Operation Predator," a high-priority Department of Homeland Security program that does ...


 

A leak in time saves nine.

 

 


 

"This is why Republicans can't have sex scandals. They're just too creepy. The Democrats, they've got hookers, mistresses, interns -- not girl scouts!" --Jay Leno

 


 

 

 


 

 

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


 

Polls Drop Despite Bush's Constant Speechifying

 

President Bush's approval ratings hit a series of new lows in an AP-Ipsos poll that also shows Republicans surrendering their advantage on national security — grim election-year news for a party struggling to stay in power

 


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Disturbing News

 


 

Desperate Republicans Attack Elderly Woman

 

Supporters of U.S. Rep. Tom DeLay protested at an event Thursday held by the Democratic candidate for the congressman's seat, and the event quickly dissolved into a shouting and shoving match. Police were called, but made no arrests.

"I got pushed. I got hit. I got a sign wadded up in my face and my hat pulled down over my eyes," said Marsha Rovai, 69, a supporter of Nick Lampson. "They just did it to be nasty."
 


 

"[There's] nothing worse than a woman know-it-all." --Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, caught on camera talking about Hillary Clinton (Watch video clip)

 


 

 

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Republican Shenanigans

 


 

Republicans Eating Their Young

 

Gov. Jeb Bush, the state's top Republican politician, acknowledged Thursday that Rep. Katherine Harris' U.S. Senate campaign is in trouble and she could lose to incumbent Democrat Bill Nelson.

"I am the party leader, and I've concerns," Bush said when
asked whether he would intervene in the race.

 


 

"I am not a federal employee. I am a constitutional officer. My job is the Constitution of the United States, I am not a government employee. I am in the Constitution." –Tom DeLay, in a CNN interview, Dec. 19, 1995

 


 

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Rock-The-Voter News


 

The George W. Bush Loyalty Quiz

 

 


 

Take Two

 

Cameras were rolling. Microphones were on. President Bush stepped up to comment on a Senate compromise on immigration legislation.

Wait. Was it energy or immigration?
 


 


 

Katrina Inkompetence Kontinues

 

Federal auditors laid out a scenario of omissions, missteps and bureaucratic nightmares that caused the loss of money and other donations sent from abroad to help victims of Hurricane Katrina...The report, which will be published later, is the latest of a series of papers that have documented widespread mistakes and incompetence at all levels of government after the storm broke.

 


Biz-Tech News

 


Hammer Trash Time

 

 


Nicknames Given By President Bush to Friends and Foes


Karl Rove, deputy chief of staff: "Boy Genius" and "Turd Blossom"
Condoleezza Rice, secretary of state: "Guru"
Karen Hughes, adviser: "Lima Green Bean" and "High Prophet"
Dick Cheney, vice president: "Big Time"
Andrew Card, chief of staff: "Tangent Man"
Vladimir Putin: "Pootie-Poot" and "Ostrich Legs"
Tony Blair, British prime minister: "Landslide"
Jean Chrétien, ex-Canadian prime minister: "Dino" (short for “Dinosaur”)
Former President Bush: "41"
Barbara Bush: "No. 1"
First Lady Laura Bush: "Bushie" and "First"
Donald Rumsfeld, defense secretary: "Rummy"
Colin Powell, ex-secretary of state - "Balloonfoot"
Paul O’Neill, ex-Treasury secretary: "Big O"
George Tenet, ex-CIA director: "Brother George"
Mitch Daniels, ex-budget director: "The Blade"
Lawrence Lindsey, ex-economic adviser: "Thunderbolt"
Michael Gerson, ex-speechwriter: "The Scribe"
Dennis Hastert, speaker of the House (R-IL): "Speak"

 


Bush-Prison-Torture News


 

 


 

"Tom DeLay announced he will not run for re-election. However, he said he will still continue to serve the people of his state by making them license plates." --Jay Leno

 


Go-F*ck-Yourself News


 

 


 

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Odd News


 

 

 

This artist's impression obtained from NASA depicts a type of dead star called a pulsar and the surrounding disk of rubble discovered by NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope. Using NASA's infrared Spitzer Space Telescope, Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) sky gazers have detected a telltale disk of what could be early planetary debris encircling a pulsar, as the remnants of a supernova are called. (Photo/NASA/JPL)

Have a peaceful weekend.