May 19, 2004 Wednesday
Ovation for Moore's 'Fahrenheit' lasts longer than Bush dawdled
White House Trumpets Programs It Tried to Cut
Photos that will haunt us more than words ever could
I want to thank the liberal press for the in depth coverage of Dubya while he sat reading a book about goats after finding out about planes being used as missiles.
Thank you Michael Moore.
"You ever heard of emotional release? You heard of the need to blow some steam off?" OxyContin Connoisseur Rush Limbaugh explaining why US soldiers tortured Iraqi prisoners
Boy, if any one knows about blowing steam, it's Rush.
US Reportedly Kills 40 Iraqis at Party Guardian, UK
IRAQ WAR REVIEW: US defense leader acknowledges miscalculations Detroit Free Press, MI
One Iraqi killed, seven wounded in Karbala clashes Xinhua, China
Washington to stop funding Iraqi whose misleading WMD claims ... Independent, UK
Violence Leaves Iraqis in Despair washingtonpost.com
US soldier jailed for prisoner abuse swissinfo
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"Well I guess you know there's now some very disturbing video being passed around that shows U.S. soldiers in Abu Ghraib prison in group sex and having orgies…Well, you know when you're in such a romantic setting like an Iraqi prison ... the Arabian Nights, you know what I mean. It's going to happen." Jay Leno
Texas Executes Mentally Ill Man Reuters
Comfort to the enemy U.S. News & World Report
Bush must be pouting over Putin Statue
Russian sculptor Zurab Tsereteli poses with a bronze statue of Russian President Vladimir Putin dressed in a kimono, at his workshop in Moscow. The statue will complete Tsereteli's collection of famous individuals like the Princess of Wales and Moscow Mayor Yuri Luzhkov. (HO)
Little Miss Miller
sits at her tiller,
steering Colin away.
She surprises Tim Russert,
who acts like he is hurt,
so she runs back to Tom Delay.
John Grant - Japan
European Leaders Attacked
TONY BLAIR HIT BY POWDER MISSILE IN THE COMMONS The Mirror, UK
Schroeder slapped at rally CNN International
May 18, 2004 – The Daily Mislead
Citizens for Tax Justice Brief.
Africa, AIDS Groups Blast Bush Plan OneWorld.net
Bush's Handling of Gas Costs Criticized washingtonpost.com
Look who's raising taxes: Republican-run states - Yahoo News
Republicans Clash Over Prison Abuse Probe Guardian, UK
Republican officials say Democrats subverting voting system ... Toledo Blade, OH
Democrats are perpetuating myths about elections Tallahassee Democrat, FL
Cheney to help boost candidate Houston Chronicle, TX
"I guess you know, the reports now (that) President Bush is planning a quick exit from Iraq... He's doing it do avoid a quick exit from the White House." Jay Leno
Pentagon Stops Payments to Iraq's Chalabi
Reuters - Tue May 18, 7:36 PM ET
The Pentagon has stopped funding Ahmad Chalabi, the Iraqi exile it once hoped might help lead Iraq but whose intelligence reports and motives were doubted elsewhere in Washington, U.S. officials said on Tuesday...
Reuters Says 3 Workers Abused in Iraq
AP - Tue May 18, 3:50 PM ET
Reuters said Tuesday three Iraqis working for the news agency were beaten, taunted and forced to put shoes in their mouths during their detention at a military camp near Fallujah in January
A Daily Look at U.S. Iraq Military Deaths
AP - Tue May 18,10:01 PM ET
As of Tuesday, May 18, 787 U.S. service members have died since the beginning of military operations in Iraq last year, according to the Department of Defense. Of those, 574 died as a result of hostile action and 213 died of non-hostile causes.
The Donald would fire Rumstud.
Since people are asking "Do you want a president who's daughter dresses like this?", perhaps you might find a mug shot of the Bush offspring at their arrest for using false ID to get drunk.
Wayne from South Carolina
I prefer the photo shown below of Jenna Bush, the daughter of the man who brought honor and dignity to the White House.
Jenna and her sister Barbara landed a job after graduating from college. Guess where? They are working for their father's campaign. I wonder if they are going to be paid a salary?
Israeli Forces Fire on Crowd in Gaza, Killing 10
Reuters - 5-19-04
By Cynthia Johnston. RAFAH, Gaza Strip (Reuters) - Israeli tanks and helicopters fired on protesters in a refugee camp on Wednesday ...
Bush Declines to Condemn Israeli Attack
phillyburbs.com, PA - 5-19-04
By BARRY SCHWEID. WASHINGTON - President Bush on Wednesday declined to condemn the deadly attack on Palestinian demonstrators by ...
Clinton Tickets Going Fast WIBW, KS
Bill Clinton still an item AL.com, AL
Enron Tapes Hint Chiefs Knew About Power Ploys Los Angeles Times
Greenspan nominated to fifth term Seattle Times, WA
Is Gmail the Hotmail Killer? PC World
E-Mail Scammer Gets Four Years washingtonpost.com
Protestors covered the heads of the sculpture 'Waiting For The Interurban' with black hoods to signify the abuse of Iraqi prisoners at the Abu Ghraib prison in Iraq Sunday, May 16, 2004, in Seattle.(HO)
sure you know, on Thursday, Donald Rumsfeld made a surprise visit to Baghdad.
The bad news for President Bush... He came back.
He told the troops over there, 'I'm a survivor. Unfortunately for Rumsfeld, it looks like he's a survivor who's about to be voted off." Jay Leno
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On CNN's "Crossfire" today, Robert Novak (the miserable little
traitorous garden troll) actually said: "I'm a realist, not a partisan
hack." When I heard that, I almost fell off the stairmaster at the
gym. You know how you can tell when Novak is doing a right-wing
hatchet job? You can see his lips (and his wooden teeth) moving!
Keep the faith,
It is a disgrace that Novak is still on CNN. And it is a bigger disgrace that he won't buy false teeth that fit.
Stolen Stradivarius Nearly Became Cd Holder The Scotsman, UK
News in the Nude Reuters
Amateur Rocket Reaches Space Slashdot
You might be a right wing republican if you own more guns than books.
This NASA Chandra X-ray Observatory image shows a portion of a compact group of galaxies known as Stephan's Quintet. The Chandra image (blue) is superimposed on a Digitized Sky Survey optical image (yellow). The universe is expanding at an ever increasing pace, British researchers announced, confirming, with the use of a NASA telescope, findings that offer an important potential insight into the future of the cosmos.(NASA-HO)