Tuesday edition - July 22, 2008


The Oil Game



Obama finds 'consensus' in Iraq for US troop withdrawal
CNN - 7-22-08
BAGHDAD, Iraq (CNN) -- Sen. Barack Obama said he found "a strong, emerging consensus" for the redeployment of US combat forces from Iraq, with Prime...


Gordon Brown prepares for likely Iraq withdrawal by 2010
Telegraph.co.uk, United Kingdom - 7-22-08
Gordon Brown is expected to pave the way for the withdrawal of British troops from Iraq by 2010. By Jon Swaine In a Commons statement, he will reiterate the

US embassies ordered to limit aid to Obama, McCain
Reuters - 7-22-08
Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice cabled the advice to all US diplomatic posts on Thursday, the day that Obama left on a trip that has taken him to


Do you think Osama bin Laden sees these “Batman” movies and goes, “Oh, now that’s a cave?”- Jay Leno




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

Middle East Danger


The driver of a backhoe was shot and killed after driving the construction machine over a number of vehicles near the Jerusalem hotel where Sen. Barack Obama is scheduled to stay Tuesday night, according to police





A religious group at Southern Methodist University says they are opposed to having a George W. Bush think tank. Not on religious grounds, just logic.- Jay Leno



Disturbing News


“President Bush signed a bill giving phone companies immunity for letting the government spy on its customers without a warrant. Isn't that unbelievable? President Bush said 9/11 changed everything. And you know, he's right. Because violating the Constitution, breaking the law, used to mean jail time.”- Jay Leno


Senior Moments?


Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.) said “Iraq” when he apparently meant “Afghanistan” on Monday, adding to a string of mixed-up word choices that is giving ammunition to the opposition.

Just in the past three weeks, McCain has also mistaken "Somalia" for "Sudan," and even football’s Green Bay Packers for the Pittsburgh Steelers.









Republican-Shenanigans News




"Down in the White House lawn, President Bush and all the boys got together and had a t-ball game. Anybody here ever play t-ball? Let me tell you, one inning of t-ball is the most exciting three hours in sports. And the t-ball, they had a great time. Everybody was going well until Vice President Cheney waterboarded the umpire." -David Letterman


Guns Inc.


Smith & Wesson is manufacturing a commemorative revolver in honor of the landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling that backed the right of individuals to own guns for self-defense.





Fox News needs a spell checker: "eductaion"


Rock-The-Voter News


Well, in political news, there was a huge reception for Barack Obama in the Middle East this past weekend. People were screaming, chasing him, hanging on his every word — and that was just the US press corps.- Jay Leno





Biz-Tech News




There's so much money in the gas station business they've installed TV screens at the pump. They ought to play porn movies so you can see someone else is getting screwed the same time you are.  - Argus Hamilton


FEMA Is Still A Disaster


A year overdue, the Federal Emergency Management Agency issued a draft disaster housing strategy Monday, which leaves it largely up to the next administration to figure out a way to avoid Hurricane Katrina-like problems that sent victims to toxic trailers.


Bush-Prison-Torture News




Israel arrested six men linked to al-Qaeda Thursday for plotting to shoot down President Bush's helicopter in Israel last month. That was close. Israel's security chief could win the Nobel Peace Prize for keeping Dick Cheney from becoming president. - Argus Hamilton


Go-F**k-Yourself News



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Odd News



In this photo released by the Monroe Police Department, burglary suspect Kyle Burress is seen sleeping on pillows and pads allegedly stolen from storage containers at a nearby department store July 9, 2008, in Monroe, Wash. Burress was one of two men who were found asleep on the stolen goods after they allegedly broke into storage containers at Fred Meyer and left a trail of evidence to where they were found asleep. Police took some photographs before waking and arresting the pair, who have been charged with second-degree theft.
Photo/Monroe Police Department