Tuesday edition - May 1, 2007




Back in the Days of 'Mission Accomplished':  How One Paper Covered Bush Declaration Four Years Ago
President Bush

Editor & Publisher - 5-1-07
... on the aircraft carrier Abraham Lincoln and his speech declaring major fighting in Iraq over, all in front of a giant “Mission Accomplished” banner. ...


Unconfirmed reports say al Qaeda in Iraq leader dead
CNN - 5-1-07
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Unconfirmed reports Tuesday indicated that Al Qaeda in Iraq leader Abu Ayyub al-Masri had died in fighting between rival militant groups north of the Iraqi capital, according to an Interior Ministry spokesman.

Wolfowitz lashes at critics, refuses to resign
Reuters.uk, UK - 5-1-07

WASHINGTON - World Bank President Paul Wolfowitz lashed back at critics on Monday who he said were conducting a


Live by the lie - die by the lie.



President will veto Troops' funding bill on aircraft carrier deck - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com





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


Saddam and 9-11? No Way!


Oops! Tony SnowJob


The fact is, the president made it clear before the State of the Union in 2002 that there was no link between Saddam Hussein and Sept. 11.



Ooops! Bush Letter to Congress


I have reluctantly concluded, along with other coalition leaders, that only the use of armed force will accomplish these objectives and restore international peace and security in the area. I have also determined that the use of armed force against Iraq is consistent with the United States and other countries continuing to take the necessary actions against international terrorists and terrorist organizations, including those nations, organiza-tions, or persons who planned, authorized, committed, or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001.


Ooops! Cheney


"He took up residence there before we ever launched into Iraq, organized the al-Qaeda operations inside Iraq before we even arrived on the scene and then, of course, led the charge for Iraq until we killed him last June," Cheney told radio host Rush Limbaugh during an interview. "As I say, they were present before we invaded Iraq."


By Don Davis






Dots Connect to Cheney


A former CIA analyst claims that falsified documents which were meant to show that Iraq's Saddam Hussein regime had been trying to procure yellowcake uranium from Niger can be traced back to Vice President Dick Cheney.

Appearing on MSNBC's Tucker Carlson Show, Ray McGovern who served in the CIA for twenty-seven years, said, "the [forged] memo leads right back to the doorstep of the Vice President of the United States."



"Congress has finally passed a bill that requires troops to start leaving Iraq. ... Bush has not had a challenge like this since Laura poured his Wild Turkey down the toilet." --Bill Maher






Disturbing News

Friend of Bush


With his public approval rating hovering somewhere between 2 and 3 percent, Olmert is even making US President George W. Bush's ratings look good


Republican Shenanigans




Biz-Tech News



For U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, April may have been one of the cruelest months.

There is little good news on U.S. foreign policy from Iraq and Afghanistan to North Korea and Russia.

On the domestic front, Rice has been subpoenaed to testify about erroneous intelligence used to justify the Iraq war, has fended off criticism from former CIA Director George Tenet and has watched one of her top aides resign amid a sex scandal.





Bush-Prison-Torture News


"Cheney was at the commencement at Brigham Young University in Salt Lake City. There was protests ... at Brigham Young. You know you have credibility problems when even the Mormons won't buy your bulls**t." --Bill Maher


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Truffle, a recently shorn Alpaca eats her dinner as she sits in her pen with others during the Mid-Atlantic Alpaca show in Harrisburg, Pa., Friday, April 27, 2007.  Photo/Carolyn Kaster