Tuesday edition - May 22, 2007

 

 

 

 


Bush continues to back Gonzales
Baltimore Sun, MD - 5-22-07
CRAWFORD, Texas // President Bush said yesterday that embattled Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales still has his support, and he denounced Democratic ...

 

Dems Set War Bill Without Iraq Timeline
CBS News, NY - 5-22-07
(AP) In grudging concessions to President Bush, Democrats intend to draft an Iraq war-funding bill without a timeline for the withdrawal of US troops and ...

Iraq makes plans for quick US pullout
San Jose Mercury News, CA - 5-22-07
BAGHDAD- Iraq's military is drawing up plans to cope with any quick US military pullout, the defense minister said Monday, ...


 

I wonder who is dumber, Bush, Gonzales or the Legally blonde girl?  And to think --  they all went to Harvard.

 


 

Bushiness as Usual - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com

 


 

 


 

"The man who is described often as the architect of the Iraq war, Paul Wolfowitz, who went on to be the head of the World Bank, is finally stepping down. Leave it to the Bush people to find the one Jew who can't run a bank." --Bill Maher

 


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


 

"During a concert of the Virginia symphony at the 400th anniversary celebration of Jamestown, President Bush briefly took over conducting the orchestra. Which explains why the orchestra is now four trillion dollars in debt." --Seth Meyers

 


Bush vs. Michael Moore

 

Moore's documentary "Sicko" - a ferocious attack on the U.S. health care industry - is the talk of the film festival, and he is hot property. Moore caught his breath Monday to tell The Associated Press about the urgent need to reform America's health system, and why he thinks the Bush administration is out to get him.

 


 

LOU DOBBS SLAMS IMMIGRATION BILL — FOR NOT DEPORTING HIS MEXICAN-AMERICAN WIFE

By Don Davis

 


 


 


 

Disturbing News


Republican Gone Wild!

 

The soldier son of talk radio relationship counselor Laura Schlessinger is under investigation for a graphic personal Web page that one Army official has called "repulsive."
The MySpace page, publicly available until Friday when it disappeared from the Internet, included cartoon depictions of rape, murder, torture and child molestation; photographs of soldiers with guns in their mouths; a photograph of a bound and blindfolded detainee captioned "My Sweet Little Habib"; accounts of illicit drug use; and a blog entry headlined by a series of obscenities and racial epithets.

 


 

My mother told me to take down my MySpace page. --Norman Bates

 


 

 

 


Republican Shenanigans


McCain Mental Health Update

 

Republican John McCain accused presidential rival Mitt Romney of flip-flopping on immigration Monday and said with sarcasm: ``Maybe his solution will be to get out his small varmint gun and drive those Guatemalans off his lawn.''

 


 

"It looks like the Senate and the president have finally agreed on an immigration bill. ... This one looks like it could become law and, of course, nobody likes it. The conservatives say the bill gives amnesty to the illegals. The liberals say it doesn't go far enough to protect the hardworking immigrants here in America. And the L.A.P.D. doesn't know who to beat up." --Bill Maher

 


 

 


 


Rock-The-Voter News

 


Iraqi President Vacationing at Mayo Clinic

 

Iraqi President Jalal Talabani, fighting obesity, has checked into the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota for a series of medical tests that could last for a few weeks, the clinic said on Monday.
 


 

"The average national price of a gallon of gas hit an all-time record high of $3.15 this week. Meaning that wherever you're going this summer, it might be cheaper to mail your car." --Amy Poehler

 


 


 


 


 

 

Biz-Tech News

 


 

"Do you know the story of Shrek? Shrek is a beastly ogre ... and he marries into a family of royalty. Then, eventually, he goes on to become governor of California." --David Letterman

 


Bush-Prison-Torture News


 

www.buckfush.com

 


 

The unconditional friendship of Tony Blair and George W. Bush proves that arrogant assholes come in all different accents. - Grant Gerver, www.seriouskidding.com

 


Go-F***-Yourself News

 


 

"A new bird called the gorgeted puffleg, which is a blue-and-green-throated hummingbird species, was discovered in a cloud forest in Columbia. Though still nothing on bin Laden" --Amy Poehler

 


 

Email

Subject: This may explain a lot.

 

Lisa,
This may explain a lot.

Many will recall that, on July 8, 1947, witnesses claimed an unidentified
object, with five aliens aboard, crashed onto a sheep and cattle ranch
just outside Roswell , New Mexico . This is a well-known incident many say
has long been covered up by the United States Air Force and the federal
government.

However, what you may NOT know, is that in the month of March 1948,
exactly nine months later, George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld,
Bill O'Reilly, Rush Limbaugh, Condoleezza Rice, and Dan Quayle were all
born.

Does this, or does this not, EXPLAIN EVERYTHING?????


Jim

 

Truth is stranger than fiction, eh? LOL If only it were true! Bush was born July 6, 1946, Cheney was born January 30, 1941, Donald Rumsfeld, July 9, 1932, Bill O'Reilly, born September 10, 1949, Condoleezza Rice, born November 14, 1954, Dan Quayle, born February 4, 1947 and I don't think Rush Limbaugh was born per say, I believe he was hatched from the Great OxyContin Factory in the sky.
 

Thanks for writing and the laugh.

 


 

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An escaped cow runs loose on the streets of central Lausanne, Switzerland on May 17,2007. The cow escaped during transportation and covered many kilometres from the countryside to the city centre causing mild disruption. She was eventually shot with a tranquilizer dart, restrained in a busy crossroad and collected by her farmer. Photo/Denis Balibouse

 

 

Peace.