Thursday edition - May 28, 2009



Newt Gingrich: Sonia Sotomayor a 'racist'
Politico - ‎5-28-09‎
By ANDY BARR |  'A white man racist nominee would be forced to withdraw,' Newt Gingrich said.


National security adviser: US safer under Obama
AP - Wed May 27
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama's national security adviser laid out a sweeping rebuttal Wednesday to former Vice President Dick Cheney's charge that America is less safe under the new administration.

The Rush and Cheney Show Accelerates Military Desertion of the GOP
Huffington Post - ‎5-27-09
For decades, the conventional wisdom was that the Republican Party was the party of the military.


Fortunately for Democrats, Republicans just don't know when to stop digging themselves into a racist hole.



Rush Limbaugh has called Sonia Sotomayor a "reverse racist". Well, I think Rush is a "reverse genius". - Jimmy Fallon

The-World-Will-Be-A-Safer-Place-Without Saddam


"White man racist nominee would be forced to withdraw. Latina woman racist should also withdraw" - Newt Gingrich Twitter


More Republican Infighting: Eagleburger v. Cheney


Lawrence Eagleburger mocked Dick Cheney on Tuesday, saying that the former vice president, whom he dubbed "benighted," has long exaggerated his position as a partisan in favor of removing Saddam Hussein from power during the first Gulf War.



Sotomayor would be the countryís first Hispanic judge. In fact, her first order of business, deporting Lou Dobbs.- Jay Leno


Disturbing News

"Republicans canít figure out how to cut holes in their hoods without poking themselves in their eyes."- from Talking Points Memo comments about Judge Sotomayor


Hark! The Disgraced Former Speaker Speaks.
By Madeleine Begun Kane

Hark! The former Speaker speaks.
Headlines, Speaker Gingrich seeks.
News cos eagerly come through.
They donít care his claims ainít true.

Gleefully he airs his lies,
Spreading venom, media buys.
Watch the ousted Newt proclaim,
Sonia is just a racist dame.

Darkly, Gingrich spews his views.
Canít avoid him on the news.



Republican-Shenanigans News


Rove v. Carville: Guess Who Won


A debate between political strategists Karl Rove and James Carville grew heated Tuesday night when it came to the future of the Republican Party.


Rock-The-Voter News

Opposites Attracted


Opponents of California's voter-approved ban on same-sex marriages launched a new court challenge Wednesday, led by lawyers who were on opposite sides of the case that settled the 2000 presidential race.




Rush Limbaugh labels Judge Sotomayor a racist. He is just hacked off that his pick, David Duke, did not make Obama's short list. - Zing!


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Land of Lincoln  to Legalize Medical Marijuana?


The push to legalize medical marijuana in Illinois has taken a big step forward.

The Illinois Senate voted 30-28 in favor of a plan to let sick people use pot for relief from diseases like cancer, AIDS and multiple sclerosis.



"Even people who still have jobs aren't traveling as much. Instead of vacation, a lot of people are taking what have become known as 'Stay-cations.' Which sounds, absolutely crap-tastic."- Jimmy Kimmel



Bush-Prison-Torture News


Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi over in China right now. Her office says the speaker will not be bringing up human rights abuses to the Chinese. She said that sheís going to try to focus on common ground with China, like the fact that they both call the C.I.A. liars.- Jay Leno


Go-F**k-Yourself News


Barack Obama and Dick Cheney have been going at each other all week. This is like big-time wrestling, isnít it? Man, itís like charisma versus arrhythmia. - Jay Leno



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Odd News

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A visitor poses in front of an illusionary art work of a whale at the Trick Art Museum at the foot of Mount Takao on the outskirts of Tokyo, Japan, Sunday, May 3, 2009.
Photo/Shizuo Kambayashi






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