May 5,  2004 Wednesday


Disney blocks distribution of his new Sept. 11 documentary

The Associated Press
5/5/04 11:42 AM

NEW YORK (AP) -- The Walt Disney Company is blocking its Miramax Films division from distributing Michael Moore's documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" which criticizes President Bush's handling of Sept. 11 and connects the Bush family with Osama bin Laden's....

Moore says Disney blocking his film to protect its tax breaks
Houston Chronicle, TX - 5-5-04
LOS ANGELES --The Walt Disney Company is blocking its Miramax Films division from distributing Michael Moore's documentary Fahrenheit 911, which criticizes ... Announces Disney Boycott to Protest Censorship of Michael Moore's 'Farenheit 911'
"To Disney CEO Michael Eisner: We are outraged that you would block the distribution of Michael Moore's film Fahrenheit 911 because it criticizes George W. Bush and could lead to his defeat (again) in November.

I guess Bush really believes the world is a safer place without Saddam and now, Michael Moore.

But, on the bright side, Michael Moore could not buy this much publicity about his new documentary.

Graphic By Bradley

Nine planned suicide mission against Bush
Straits Times, Singapore

"The Supreme Court is now deciding whether the president can detain an American citizen indefinitely without legal counsel. What? I'm sorry, isn't this why we left England? Huh? Didn't we have a King George once already? Hello!"  Jay Leno

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

Disturbing News


US Reveals Iraqi Prisoner Deaths as Scandal Grows
Reuters 5-5-04

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two Iraqi prisoners were murdered by Americans and 23 other deaths are being investigated in Iraq and Afghanistan, the United States revealed on Tuesday as the Bush administration tried to contain growing outrage over the abuse of Iraqi detainees...

You know President Bush is on a bus tour right now visiting small towns in Michigan and Ohio because he said and I quote "I find it really fun to go to a place where people don't expect the president to come." The next place he's going ... a bookstore.  Jay Leno

Battered Corpse of Iraqi Prisoner in New Shock Publication
The Scotsman, UK - 5-5-04
By Mark Sage, PA News, in New York. As President George Bush appeared on Arabic television today in a bid to limit the damage caused ...

Republican Shenanigans


Hi Again Lisa,

As an Ohioan, it was with deep pride and respect to see my Commander-in-Chief make bus stops yesterday in Toledo, Dayton, and Cincinnati. He spoke reassuringly about the future. He told us how we WILL build a free Iraq. An Iraq free of abuse and bad example. He also spoke of educating Ohioans (just like the NCLB Act....sorry another bad example) to train for new jobs. This would help Ohio regain some of the 240,000 jobs we have lost in the last three and a half years. He told us to say yes to "global investment" because it sounds better than "outsourcing". He cautioned us to not believe those evil "isolationists" when they say that all the jobs are going to foreign countries. It was very moving, very American.

And after pausing beside the bus emblazoned with the slogan, "Yes, America Can"; with a wave, a wink, and his trademark smirk, Dubya hopped into his Prevost Bus that was made in Canada, and drove to his next fundraiser.

"Bush/Cheney '04....Improving the Canadian Economy, One Bus at a Time."

Keep on bashin' Dubya Lisa, and have a great day!!

Matt M
Springfield, Ohio

Hi Matt, good to hear from you again.

I would love to bash Bush on using a Canadian made bus but Kerry is using a Canadian made bus also.  Click on following link Bush, Kerry Tour Buses Made in Canada  My guess is that Canadians make better buses?

"Bush's campaign bus is a technological marvel. It gets $2 million dollars per gallon." óDavid Letterman

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Marijuana use increases among adults - CNN

Dutch drug policies do not increase marijuana use, first rigorous comparative study finds

By Jennifer McNulty

In the first rigorous study comparing marijuana use in the Netherlands and the United States, researchers have found no evidence that decriminalization of marijuana leads to increased drug use. The results suggest that drug policies may have less impact on marijuana use than is currently thought...

To quote Gomer Pyle, "Surprise, surprise."

According to the recent polls, Bush has a slight lead over John Kerry. So today, Bush hung a banner over the White House saying, 'Mission Accomplished.'" óDavid Letterman

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Nursery Crimes (3)

To Iraq, to Iraq
to hunt WMDs.
Home again, home again
good-bye Iraqis.

John Grant

Rall's 'Tillman' Cartoon Pulled by

Here is the banned cartoon

I thought the cartoon was tasteless and uncalled for to bash a dead American soldier. But AHNC reports and you decide.

Badge Awarded to the Bush Administration

Odd News


"Vice President Dick Cheney made a stop at a Wal-Mart today, Cheney said that Wal-Mart is a great American institution. Well, that's true, all the workers are Mexican and all the stuff's made in China." óJay Leno

Good News


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A photo of a perfectly preserved 100 pound panel found by Guatemalan archaeologist Antonieta Chajas, working at the Cancuen archaeological site in northern Guatemala, April 17, 2004. The panel, discovered days earlier, is covered in beautiful images that portray ceremonies of the Maya kings. 'It's one the greatest masterpieces of Maya art ever discovered in Guatemala,' said Fedrico Fahsen, a Guatemalan specialist in Mayan glyphs. (HO)