May 23, 2004 Sunday Edition
Bush Suffers Minor Abrasions in Fall from Bicycle
Bush Twins Ready for Their Close-Up
Boston Globe 5-23-04
AUSTIN, Texas -- President Bush wasn't the only one who skipped the pomp and circumstance of his daughter's graduation from the University of Texas yesterday. Jenna Bush did not participate ...
Who would have thought Bush would provide us with laughter after such a horrific week of news?
Report Links US General to Iraq Prison Abuse Case
Sergeant Punished for Talk of Abuse
US Denies Report That General Saw Abuse
Republican noses aren't only in American's sex lives.
Iraqi senior official survives attack Salt Lake Tribune, UT
Gadhafi Threatens to Leave Arab League San Luis Obispo Tribune, CA
"Not everyone can walk around in an alcoholic haze and then at the age of 40, decide to be president. You've got to work really hard." Jon Stewart at his alma mater, William & Mary
"On the job and elsewhere in life, choose your friends carefully." Advice from the president (who put Chalabi in power, then removed him, and son of the president who put Noriega in power and removed him) after receiving an honorary doctor of science degree from Louisiana State University
The death-knell of the republic had rung as soon as the active power became lodged in the hands of those who sought, not to do justice to all citizens, rich and poor alike, but to stand for one special class and for its interests as opposed to the interests of others.
Theodore Roosevelt, Labor Day speech at Syracuse, NY, Sept 7, 1903 ("Theodore Rex" - Edmund Morris)
Thanks for writing.
The quote you sent inspired me to write a little 2 line poem--yet untitled.
The sound of the death knell that would be so sweet
Is the snap of Bush branches beneath Kerry's feet
It is our only hope to stop the madness.
Rush Limbaugh and Private England: The Odd Couple
28 killed in Kashmir landmine blast day after new Indian PM takes ... Channel News Asia, Singapore
Dissent runs in family of soldier who deserted; father is leftist ... San Francisco Chronicle, CA
Republican Sex-On-The-Brain News
DeWine fires aide for racy Web diary
Cleveland Plain Dealer, OH - 5-22-04
An entry-level aide to Ohio GOP Sen. Mike DeWine was fired Friday for posting "unsuitable and offensive" sexual material on a Web ...
New Web Structure Promoted PC World
Drug Firms Say, 'No, Canada' Los Angeles Times
Graphic by Oz
Prisons Based on Faith The Ledger, FL
"I was a Republican. Today, I am a Democrat. I am 75 years old. To have to wait three years to go to Cuba to see my grandson? He lost many thousands of votes here." said Carlos Chediak, who voted for Bush in 2000
Chalabi told a lie.
Ahmad Chalabi made Bush cry.
But all of our tanks,
helicopters and troops,
couldn't change Chalabi's lies
John Grant – Japan
John Kerry News
Democrats ' Bill Combines Homeland Security And Civil Liberties Information Week
GOP feels heat as poll numbers fall Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, IN
You might be a
rightwing republican if...you think Clinton's recently-destroyed budget
You might be a right wing
republican if...you respect a news organization that employs Oliver North
American Wart News
Former BIA official urged prison fixes USATODAY.com
Pipe bomb found at Boynton Beach park exploded South Florida Sun-Sentinel, FL
Republican Honor and Dignity in Congress
Rep. Tom Reynolds of New York, Matsui's
Republican counterpart, said that House Democratic leader Nancy Pelosi, who on
Thursday said Bush was an incompetent president, "should just go back to her
pastel-colored condo in San Francisco and keep her views to herself" rather than
blame Bush for the war.
Pelosi replied to Reynolds through an aide who said "the Democratic leader lives in a red brick townhouse in San Francisco," not a pastel condo
Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., interrupted his questioning to observe that if Pelosi attended a hearing and listened to U.S. generals, she would "spend less time trying to bash those who are trying to protect this country" and "might learn a thing or two."
Rep. Ellen Tauscher, D-Alamo, defended Pelosi from Miller's attack, saying: "With all due respect, Mr. Miller, I sat here and listened to you politically attack the leader of my party who I think asked some very serious and sobering questions. And if you're going to turn this into a political meeting perhaps you should leave this building to do that."
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Ex-minister who killed wife gets parole MLive.com, MI
ESA admits "Great Wall" on satellite photo a mistake Xinhua, China
Are You Enjoying yourself at All Hat No Cattle?
You might be a right wing
republican if...you think that the fossil record is the work of the devil
Approximately 3,000 Los Angeles school children sit in the sand to form the message 'keep oceans alive!' Friday, May 21, 2004, at Dockweiler Beach in Los Angeles. The aerial art was part of a statewide Ocean Day beach cleanup, which the students also participated in as part of an Adopt-A-Beach school assembly program. (City of Los Angeles, Rene Macura, HO)
Tune in tomorrow for the winner of the Name That Toon Contest