Wednesday edition - June 10, 2009



Poll: Most don't know who speaks for GOP
USA Today - ‎6-10-09
So the dominant faces of the Republican Party are all men, all white, all conservative and all old enough to join AARP, ranging in age from 58 (Limbaugh) to...


Palin Sideshow Spotlights Cracks in the GOP
Washington Post - ‎6-10-09
Sarah Palin would show up eclipsed virtually anything said about President Obama or the party's vision. Message Management 101 would suggest that there are

Right-wing radio hosts Hewitt and Limbaugh back GM boycott
The Detroit News - ‎6-10-09‎
Washington -- A pair of right-wing radio hosts says there's only one choice for conservatives angry about government involvement in the auto industry:


 Creepy old white men and shallow Sarah. The future of the GOP? Do ya think?



"We're actually broadcasting tonight from one of Saddam Hussein's old palaces, the al-Fah, which is also known as the water palace, because that's the only damn drink you can get around here. Come on! I mean, really. No alcohol? If anyone deserves a beer, it's you people." --Stephen Colbert


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

11,000 Prisoners To Be Freed


The US army said Tuesday it was holding around 11,000 prisoners in Iraq, all of whom will either be freed or handed to Iraqi authorities in line with a security accord between Baghdad and Washington.


"You know, it's my first trip to Iraq. I don't know why I haven't made it here before, but it's hard to explain to the people back home just how hot it is here. Let me put it this way: When Saddam Hussein got to hell, I'm guessing he asked for a blanket." --Stephen Colbert



Disturbing News


"Now, personally, I blame the Pentagon. If they really wanted news coverage, they'd change the name from Operation Iraqi Freedom to 'John And Kate Plus 130,000.'" --Stephen Colbert


Fence Jumper


A woman jumped a fence onto White House property Tuesday and was immediately taken into custody, the Secret Service said.



Republican-Shenanigans News


"Big news in Saudi Arabia. For the first time in 30 years, Saudis are allowed to go to the movies this weekend. It's really good. Yeah. Give it up. There's a few movies to choose from. You can see 'Turban Cowboy,' 'The Taking of Hostages 1,2,3,' 'He's Just Not That Into You Driving,' or Tyler Perry's 'Madea Goes To Jail For Showing Her Ankles.'" --Jimmy Fallon




Rock-The-Voter News

David Letterman's Top Ten Highlights of Sarah Palin's Trip to New York

10. Visited New York landmarks she normally only sees from Alaska.
9. Laughed at all the crazy-looking foreigners entering the U.N.
8. Made moose jerky on Rachael Ray.
7. Keyed Tina Fey's car.
6. After a wink and a nod, ended up with a kilo of crack.
5. Made coat out of New York City rat pelts.
4. Sat in for Kelly Ripa. Regis couldn't tell the difference.
3. Finally met one of those Jewish people Mel Gibson's always talking about.
2. Bought makeup from Bloomingdale's to update her "slutty flight attendant" look.
1. Especially enjoyed not appearing on Letterman



Sarah Palin called David Letterman “pathetic” Tuesday after the CBS “Late Show” host said the Alaska Republican governor sports a “slutty flight attendant look.”



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"What an honor it is for you to have me here, and what a thrill it is to bring my show to the men and women in the U.S. military in Iraq. That's right, ladies and gentlemen. Iraq. The country so nice, we invaded it twice." --Stephen Colbert




Nope. No Help Yet For The Average Joe.


Spiking U.S. mortgage rates drove down total home loan applications last week as demand for refinancing shriveled to the lowest level since November, the Mortgage Bankers Association said on Wednesday.


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Saint Bernard dogs Katy and Salsa (R) sit on the snow after their arrival at the Great Saint Bernard mountain pass at an altitude of 2,473 metres (8,114 ft.) in the southwestern Swiss Alps June 4, 2009. In 2005 the non-profit Barry Foundation in the southwestern town of Martigny took over the breeding kennel from the Great Saint Bernard Hospice to continue the 300-year-old tradition of breeding the famous dogs, which return to their origin on the mountain pass during the summer months.
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