Thursday edition - May 6, 2010
Laura Bush Takes Shot
At Her Mother-In-Law
Sarah Palin targets foreign oil companies on Gulf spill
Bristol Palin: I'm on my own financially
I wonder what the next Bush Family Reunion will be like? I envision Laura ducking to avoid Bar's gin bottle being hurled at her.
So, the Phoenix Suns are wearing jerseys written in Spanish, made in China, modeled after their best player, Canadian Steve Nash. There you go. That is America.- Jay Leno
US Death Certificates Found In Mass Grave
Kuwaiti authorities have
found a mass grave of 55 Iraqi soldiers killed in the 1991 Gulf War, the state
news agency KUNA said Thursday.
Iraqi military badges and death certificates issued by the U.S.-led coalition forces that fought the war with Iraq were found in the grave, an Interior Ministry spokesman told the agency.
Folks, weíre starting to learn more and more about that man arrested in the New York S.U.V. car bombing case. His name is Faisal Shahzad. Heís from Pakistan. What tipped off the authorities he might be the bomber? His name is Faisal Shahzad. Heís from Pakistan.- Jay Leno
The oil spill headed for straight for Louisiana has our government ready to spring into action, which probably means FEMA is bringing ice. - Will Durst
Yep, Bush's Fault Again
Petrochemical giant BP didn't file a plan to specifically handle a major oil spill from an uncontrolled blowout at its Deepwater Horizon project because the federal agency that regulates offshore rigs changed its rules two years ago to exempt certain projects in the central Gulf region
understand the United Nations. They have selected Iran to sit on the U.N.ís
womenís rights panel. Iran! Also on the panel ó Ben Roethlisberger, Chris Brown,
Phil Spector, Robert Blake and committee chairman O.J. Simpson.- Jay Leno
Rove Regurgitations: Scare The Voters
Having hit a bump in 2008,
Texas-based Republican operative Karl Rove is back with an effort to create an
enduring Republican majority....The Republican State Leadership Committee, is
already showing up in Texas races. The group -- fueled by individual and
corporate money -- has given $50,000 to Republican Attorney General Greg Abbott.
Abbott has targeted elderly and minority votes in Democratic precincts with
warnings against voter fraud. In most cases, votes were properly cast and no
votes were changed.
Messengers SueTwo Years Later
Syndicated journalist Amy
Goodman and two of her producers are suing St. Paul and Minneapolis over their
arrests while covering protests at the 2008 Republican National Convention.
Goodman and the producers of her radio and TV news show "Democracy Now!" were among 40 to 50 journalists arrested at the St. Paul convention, along with about 800 demonstrators and bystanders.
So the deal is, in Arizona, they donít like immigrants. And I was thinking, well, thatís odd, because right across the river there in California, they elected one governor.
- David Letterman
Ads by Google
Oil near $79 as stock markets fall, dollar rises The Associated Press
been following the big British Petroleum oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico? Iím
telling you, British Petroleum has put more birds in oil than Colonel Sanders.
- David Letterman
"His name is Faisal Shahzad. What, is Snoop Dogg naming terrorists now? They're still looking for his brother, Fo Shizzle. They don't know where he is." ĖJay Leno
still leaking off the coast of Louisiana. Lots of oil. BP, the company
responsible for it, has a very good plan. BP is hoping to create a giant vinegar
spill to turn the Gulf of Mexico into a delicious salad dressing." ĖJimmy
No donations since 5-3-10
Offline Donation - Lisa Casey - PO Box 88 - Ashford, AL 36312
Apartado Postal 79
Santa Cruz, Guanacaste 5150
Email me email@example.com
To Help You Deflate Photo
A volunteer stands besides a giant spoon and coin replicas surrounded by yellow coin banks for poor children around the world during a charity event byWorld Vision in central Seoul May 1, 2010.Photo/Jo Yong-Hak
NOTICE: No pixels were harmed in the production of this website.