May 28  2003  Wednesday


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Russia To Complete Iran Nuclear Plant

Despite US Pressure
Palestine Chronicle - 5-27-03

... He added that Moscow was keenly awaiting a report on Iran's nuclear activities that is due to be published by the UN's nuclear watchdog, the International ...
Moscow Says Will Not Back Out of Iran Nuclear Plans - Reuters
Iran nuclear plant to go online - Australian Financial Review
Moscow says it won't back out of Iran nuclear plans -

Iran denies nuke sites and al Qaeda links
Swissinfo, Switzerland - 5-28-03

... Iran says its nuclear ambitions are limited to generating electricity and that it has told the IAEA about all of its nuclear facilities.

US Plan Targets Iran Clerics
Newsday - 5-28-03

Washington - The Bush administration is weighing a Pentagon plan to destabilize Iran's powerful clergy through covert action, officials briefed on the plan ...


Notice the French theme here lately?  Lots of Napoleon quotes sprinkled around over the past few days -- and the hats, I love those chapeaus.  So Bushe'.  Lisa and Zelda are modeling berets by Lily Dache. No "monicajokes".











"Of course I need another drink. I can't get drunk without it. I never smoke when I eat. It ruins the taste of the cigarette." - Anita Beer going on and on in The Subway, a private drinking club in Branson, Missouri


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"First, let me make it very clear, poor people aren't necessarily killers. Just because you happen to be not rich doesn't mean you're willing to kill." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., May 19, 2003









Muslim woman fights to keep on veil for driver’s license ...
Canton Repository, OH - 5-28-03
...Sultanna Freeman, 35, says Florida’s insistence on photographing her face violates her religious rights. “I don’t unveil..
Muslim Woman Sues to Wear Veil for License - Guardian
Muslim woman fights to keep on veil for driver's license photo - Sarasota Herald-Tribune


Religious freedom is almost as important to me as freedom of speech.  But this babe needs to drop the veil for a quick pic.


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Top Ten Things Overheard at Saddam Hussein's Dinner Last Night  - Dave Letterman

10. "Uday, are you going to eat that pickle?"

9. "Bunker for six, please"

8. "You have some shwarma in your mustache"

7. "A double for me and a double for my double"

6. "I know we're winning the war, but there do seem to be an awful lot of American tanks around"

5. "What was I thinking putting 5,000 dinars on Kansas?

4. "Can we still have these weekly dinners when we're in hell?"

3. "What do you mean Bloomberg won't let us smoke in here?"

2. "Kaboom"

1. "More salad, Geraldo?"





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Defense Secretary Unhurt in Traffic Accident
Reuters, UK - 5-27-03
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld's car was involved in a minor traffic crash on Tuesday as he rode to nearby Andrews Air Force Base in ...
       Rumsfeld involved in minor car crash - CNN
       Motorist Grazes Defense Chief's Car - New York Times






"All up and down the different aspects of our society, we had meaningful discussions. Not only in the Cabinet Room, but prior to this and after this day, our secretaries, respective secretaries, will continue to interact to create the conditions necessary for prosperity to reign." —George W. Bush, Washington, D.C., May 19, 2003




WTF? Secretaries create prosperity? No wonder fighting continues in Iraq with this babble coming from Bush's lips.

Lately the right wing pundits on cable TV have been espousing the "shrewdness" of the president-select and those that make fun of him are the fools for underestimating his brilliance. 

Oh please.

President Sock Puppet is the perfect example that money can buy anything you want.





A polar bear investigates the submarine top of USS Connecticut during

a Navy ice exercise near Prudhoe Bay off the northern coast of Alaska on

April 27, 2003 in this photographic handout. James Watkins, chairman

of a presidential oceans commission, traveled aboard the sub to

find out more about research on climate change from a

Navy ice station for Artic research, from where the photo was taken.

( Photo/U.S. Navy, HO)