Tuesday edition - May 5, 2009

 

 

Conservative to lead GOP fight on court nomination
The Associated Press - ‎5-5-09
WASHINGTON (AP) Republicans are set to name conservative Sen. Jeff Sessions of Alabama as their point man on President Barack Obama's Supreme Court...

 

Miss California Nude Pics Could Be Coming
Access Hollywood - ‎5-5-09
The Internet is crackling about topless and semi-nude photos of controversial Miss California Carrie Prejean that are apparently about to be leaked.

KBR Connected to Alleged Fraud, Pentagon Auditor Says
Washington Post - ‎-5-09‎
By Ellen Nakashima KBR, the Army's largest contractor in Iraq and Afghanistan, is linked to "the vast majority" of suspected combat-zone fraud cases that


 

So the Republicans have decided to oppose Obama's nominee for the Supreme Court BEFORE they know who it is? Who's handling the PR for the Republicans? Dick Cheney?

 


 

"A vacancy on the Supreme Court. This is something we haven't seen in awhile. Let's just hope the president is better at picking a justice than the justices were at picking a president." --Jay Leno
 



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"Well, there are now cases of swine flu in the United States, Canada and Mexico. So, see that? NAFTA does work." --Jay Leno

 


Cyber Warfare

 

The U.S. military must reorganize its offensive and defensive cyber operations and will use a new command at a Maryland Army facility to create a digital warfare force for the future, the director of the National Security Agency says...Defense Department networks are probed repeatedly every day and the number of intrusion attempts have more than doubled recently, officials have said.
 


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Disturbing News


Iraq: Don't Let The Door Hit You In The Ass

 

Iraq's government Monday ruled out allowing U.S. combat troops to remain in Iraqi cities after the June 30 deadline for their withdrawal, despite concern that Iraqi forces cannot cope with the security challenge following a resurgence of bombings in recent weeks.

 


 

Email

Subject: Notre Dame

 


Lisa,
Is there some inconsistency in the US cardinal's criticism of the invitation which has been extended by Notre Dame to President Obama? I am not a Catholic, but I don't believe the church condones the practice of capital punishment. If that is, indeed, a fact, then why wasn't there a similar outcry when President Bush spoke at commencement and received an honorary degree? The state of Texas put to death more people while Bush was governor than under any other governor in the nation's history.
I'm not criticizing the church for it's position on abortion. I am just wondering why there is such controversy now and not then.
Jim M
NJ

 

Great points.

 

One word comes to mind: hypocrisy.

 

We should listen to our forefathers on separation of church and state.

 

If the Catholic Church or any religion actively projects their beliefs into the political arena, I say, "Let them pay taxes!"

 

 


 

 


 

 

 


 

Republican-Shenanigans News


 

"Conservatives, of course, are very nervous about this, for two reasons. One, David Souter was appointed by a Republican, and when he was on the court, became more and more liberal. And they say they will never again allow the appointment of someone who can learn.. --Bill Maher

 


 

Joe The Plumber Slurs Gay People: I Would Never Let "Queers" Near My Children Huffington Post

 


 


Rock-The-Voter News


 

"I'm sure you've heard, Senator Arlen Specter has switched to the Democratic party. Yeah, today, Obama told Republicans look, we'll give you Biden and call it even." --Jay Leno

 



 


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"Are you getting tired of swine flu hysteria? I think the media has done a hell of a job scaring the hell out of everybody in this country. I mean, planes have been diverted, people don't touch elevator buttons, proms have been canceled. At middle schools all across the country, students and teachers have been warned not to kiss during sex. And all for what? As of this morning, 331 confirmed cases worldwide. I've had more people than that in my Jacuzzi." --Bill Maher
 


 


Bush-Prison-Torture News


Email

Subject: Typo

 

I found you made two typos (the date) in your cartoons http://allhatnocattle.net/4-27-09_guantanamo_guy.htm It was about the time you got sick. I hope you are feeling better.

Rebecca

 

Thanks for letting me know. Thanks for the excuse, yeah, that's it, I screwed up the dates because I was sick! lol Actually, I'm feeling better. The fever is gone. Still sore and a few days left of antibiotics. The spaciness is as strong as ever! Oh well, can't have everything.

 


 


Go-F**k-Yourself News


La vie est belle

 

True to their reputation as leisure-loving gourmets, the French spend more time sleeping and eating than anyone else among the world's wealthy nations, according to a study published Monday.

 


 


Email

Subject: Donations

 

I just sent you $10 for this month. Best $10 I've ever spent. I hope more of your viewers will donate to make sure you stay online. Keep up the good work.

Lonnie - KY

 

Thank you Lonnie.

 



 

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Odd News


To Help You Deflate Photo

 

 

"Star Trek" TrekFest organizer Carol Riggan poses next to "memorial" designating the future birthplace of Captain James T. Kirk, in Riverside, Iowa. Originally played by actor William Shatner in the legendary television and film series "Star Trek," Kirk's early life will be explored in a new movie opening this week.
Photo/Hieu Pham

 

Peace.

 


 


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