Monday edition - May 7, 2007




Bush to Host White-Tie Dinner for Queen
North County Times, CA - 5-7-07
WASHINGTON - President Bush, a leader known for his informality, is welcoming Queen Elizabeth II to the White House with an uncharacteristic display of high ...

Bush's approval rate falls to 28 percent: report
Washington Post, DC - 5-6-07
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President George W. Bush's approval rating has fallen to 28 percent in a Newsweek Poll released on Saturday, an all-time low for Bush ...

Boehner: GOP Support on Iraq Could Waver
Washington Post, DC - 5-7-07
WASHINGTON -- The House Republican leader said Sunday that GOP support could waver if President Bush's Iraq war policy does not succeed ...


Sadly, Bush is the result of royal inbreeding.



Reflublicans - Grant Gerver,




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


Toto, Are We In Kansas Iraq?


The rebuilding effort in tornado-ravaged Greensburg, Kansas, likely will be hampered because some much-needed equipment is in Iraq, said that state’s governor.



"The Democrats' problem isn't that they're calling for timetables. It's that they're calling them timetables. You're up against Bush and the Republicans, you got to bring some zing. Don't call them timetables. Call them ... patriot dates ... freedom deadlines ... glory goals. What decent, patriotic American wouldn't stand behind a glory goal?" --Jon Stewart


Somebody is Lying


As for the Iran-contra scandal, the excerpts released on Tuesday show the president denying any knowledge. “It is complete fiction,” he said of a tape delivered to the Tower Commission, which the president had appointed to investigate the scandal. According to a diary entry on Feb. 11, 1987, the tape recorded Lt. Col. Oliver North saying that he had met with the president at Camp David, and that the president “was willing to go all out with arms deliverys in order to get our hostages back & I wanted Iran to win the war.”




Paris Hilton goes to jail, but Bush, Cheney, Rove and Gonzales don't? - Grant Gerver,


Disturbing News

Will Bush Give the Queen a Back Rub a la Angela Merkel?


How does George W. Bush, a towel-snapping Texan who puts his feet on the coffee table, drinks water straight from the bottle and was once caught on tape talking with food in his mouth, prepare for a state dinner with the British queen?



"There's a brand new book out. In it Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice says that she has a crush on President Bush. Well, sure. Who doesn't?" --David Letterman




By Don Davis




Republican Shenanigans

 S'il vous plaît, Madame?


A Justice Department prosecutor, lobbyists and military officials are among the clients of a Vallejo woman accused of a running a prostitution ring in the nation's capital, ABC News reported Friday night in a highly anticipated program resulting from its analysis of phone records of the alleged "D.C. Madam."



"Right now, Washington, DC, is in the grips and throws of a big prostitution ring sex scandal. High-powered politicians going to visit prostitutes. The call girl agency had a slogan. The slogan was 'We take care of you below the beltway'" --David Letterman



Wizard of Whimsy



Rock-The-Voter News


GOP Debate: these white men can't jump or debate. - Grant Gerver,


Bush Has 30 Minutes a Day to Exercise, Do You?


Just before climbing on his mountain bike Saturday, President Bush urged people to get up off their couches and walk, jog, pedal and swim.

"It doesn't take much time to stay fit - 30 minutes, five days a week,"






"How many of you saw the Republican presidential debate? There are ten Republicans who want to be president of the United States. Did you see them? I mean, they looked like guys waiting to tee off at a restricted country club. " --David Letterman



Biz-Tech News

Imus In The Mourning


Imagine fired radio host Don Imus, from the witness stand, unloading on CBS Radio executives in a no-holds-barred battle over whether the one-time shock jock can collect the rest of his $40 million contract — and another $80 million in damages.

Now hold that thought, because it might never happen. A settlement between the warring sides is more likely than a courtroom showdown to resolve Imus’ five-year deal with CBS Radio, legal experts predicted Friday.



Bush-Prison-Torture News



Cheney to take Queen hunting - Grant Gerver,


Go-F***-Yourself News


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Odd News





A woman drinks from a body of water with a device called a 'LifeStraw.' Ingenious and affordable gadgets to help households in impoverished societies go on display, Friday, May 4, 2007, at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum in New York. Photo/Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Vestergaard Frandsen