Wednesday edition - May 2, 2007
Iraq Funding Bill Vetoed by Bush
Iran Offers Iraq $1B For Reconstruction
2176 Secret Warrants Issued in 2006
A straight jacket seems more appropriate than impeachment at this point.
"The Georgetown branch of the Washington, D.C., public library caught on fire today. The White House said at no time was President Bush in any danger." --Jay Leno
Bombings, Shootings Kill 10 in Iraq Washington Post, DC
Iraq bans heavy vehicles on Baghdad bridges
World leaders converge on Egypt for key Iraq meet
Rice: Middle East stakes high in Iraq Seattle Post Intelligencer, WA
Officials play down reports of al-Qa'ida leader's death Belfast Telegraph, UK
Scans of Gulf war veterans show memory impairment Guardian Unlimited
Other symptoms of paranoid schizophrenia are: Do you see things that aren't there? Such as a link between 9/11 and Iraq? Do you - do you feel things that you shouldn't be feeling, like a sense of accomplishment? Do you have trouble organizing words into a coherent sentence? Do you hear voices that aren't really there? Like, oh, I don't know, your imaginary friend, Jesus? Telling you to start a war in the Middle East. - Bill Maher
crashed into the U.S.-controlled Green Zone on Tuesday - the second such barrage
in a 12-hour span - and gunmen ambushed Shiite travelers as part of attacks that
killed at least 44 people nationwide.
One of the mortars hit within 100 yards of Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's office, an Iraqi official said.
Immigration Protest In LA Turns Ugly
FDA: Contaminated feed could affect farms nationwide CNN International
Another One Bites The Dust
An Interior Department
official who was recently rebuked for altering scientific conclusions to reduce
protections for endangered species and providing internal documents to lobbyists
resigned Monday, officials said.
Julie A. MacDonald, a deputy assistant secretary who oversaw the Fish and Wildlife Service's endangered species program, also faced conflict-of-interest questions in a report issued by the Interior Department's inspector general in March.
"Former CIA director George Tenet has written a tell-all book. President Bush has not read the book yet. Well, boy, there's a surprise." --David Letterman
Four years after declaring victory, Bush vetos Iraq withdrawal plan Belfast Telegraph, UK
Democrat Pettengill now a Republican
Sioux City Journal
Giuliani/Kerik '08 - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com
"The Republicans have their big debate this week at the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, California. ... Republicans want to see how they stack up against George W. Bush. It's like a very special edition of 'Are You Smarter Than A Fifth Grader?'" --Jay Leno
Bush’s Iraq Strategy: Here … Catch!
By Madeleine Begun Kane
Kick the can down the road—that’s the plan:
Stick the war mess on some other man.
Wreak much havoc abroad
And at home. Oh my Gawd!
Then say, “Catch! Fix Iraq and Iran.”
"Did you hear about the big sex scandal in Washington, D.C.? ... The politicians apparently visiting prostitutes. Actually, one girl was paid with a new dam in her home state." --David Letterman
Oil prices rise on expectations for decline in US gasoline stocks International Herald Tribune, France
Murdoch offers $5 billion for Dow Jones
US air pollution: less smog, but more soot in East
Rising Corn Prices Weigh on ADM BusinessWeek
"The Democrats pulled another one of their slick moves last week. Thursday night they held their first presidential debate, and they did it on MSNBC. That way if someone put their foot in their mouth, no one would see it." --Stephen Colbert
"I have told people that 20 to 30 years ago I made some mistakes. But I have learned from those mistakes. What Americans want to hear is: Will the next president be someone who has matured to the point where he has learned from mistakes and will bring dignity to the office to which he is elected? That was my solemn pledge in Texas when I first took office. I have fulfilled that to the satisfaction of Texas voters. And that is my solemn pledge to America. I'm a uniter, not a divider." - George W. Bush, May 1999
Bush is the crazy person we need to keep an eye on. He needs to stop taking
money from the pharmaceutical lobby and start accepting samples. - Bill
Brit War Chief: We Underestimated Cheney CBS News, NY
Vice President Dick Cheney Traveling To Virginia
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An image of Jupiter's moon Io as seen by the New Horizons spacecraft. A plume can be seen at the top of the planet. On Jupiter's volcanic moon Io, revealing an umbrella-shaped plume rising 200 miles into space from the volcano Tvashtar. "It's really exciting that it performed for us," said John Spencer of the Southwest Research Institute in Boulder, Colorado. Photo/NASA/JHUAPL