Tuesday edition - July 29, 2008

 

 

 

Bush to leave a record budget deficit of $482 billion
Los Angeles Times, CA -7-29-08
White House officials say the economy and a bipartisan stimulus package caused the worsening picture for 2009, but Democrats blame Bush's tax cuts and...

 

Growth removed from McCain's face
Boston Globe, United States -7-29-08
Senator John McCain with his wife, Cindy, spoke about the procedure yesterday during a campaign visit to an oil rig. McCain said his doctor told him that he

Study questions US strategy against al-Qaida
The Associated Press - 7-29-08
WASHINGTON (AP) The United States can defeat al-Qaida if it relies less on force and more on policing and intelligence to root out the terror group's


 

Bush leaves Country in deep defishit - Grant Gerver

 



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


Coalition of the Willing Leaving?

 

Washington's ambassador to Tokyo urged Japan on Tuesday to continue its support missions for U.S.-led forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.

Ambassador Thomas Schieffer's call followed a domestic media report that Japan
would bring home its air force personnel, now airlifting supplies from Kuwait to Iraq, by the end of the year.

 


 

Disturbing News


EPA: Ask No Questions, We'll Tell No Lies

 

A senior official in the Environmental Protection Agency's enforcement office has warned managers they should direct inquiries from reporters, congressional investigators and the agency's inspector general to designated officials rather than answering the questions themselves, according to an e-mail obtained by The Washington Post.

 


 

 


 

"And the Coast Guard closed over 100 miles of the Mississippi River after an oil spill of over 400,000 gallons of oil. The federal government leaped into action, and within 30 minutes of the spill, they were there. How does this make the people of New Orleans feel? They get wiped out by Hurricane Katrina, it takes FEMA, what? Six days to show up? A bottle of oil spills, the White House goes 'Noooo! and they're down there." --Jay Leno

 


 

 

 

 


 

Republican-Shenanigans News


McCain Flip Flops

 

Republican presidential candidate John McCain drew a sharp rebuke Monday from conservatives after he signaled an openness to a higher payroll tax for Social Security, contrary to previous vows not to raise taxes of any kind.

Speaking with reporters on his campaign bus on July 9, he cited a need to shore up Social Security, saying: "I cannot tell you what I would do, except to put everything on the table."
 


 

 


 

"Anyone who voted for me has very little in common with the Republican Party." - Hillary Clinton

 


Rock-The-Voter News


Who For VP?

 

Virginia Gov. Timothy M. Kaine has told close associates that he has had "very serious" conversations with Sen. Barack Obama about joining the Democratic presidential ticket and has provided documents to the campaign as it combs through his background, according to several sources close to Kaine.

 


 

 


 

"It was kind of surprising; they really love Obama in Germany. He's like a rock star over there. It's impressive until you realize that David Hasselhoff is also like a rock star over there."- Jimmy Kimmel

 


 


Biz-Tech News


Makes Sense To Me

 

Bill O'Reilly, Michael Savage, Sean Hannity on accused shooter's reading list

Police found right-wing political books, brass knuckles, empty shotgun shell boxes and a handgun in the Powell home of a man who said he attacked a church in order to kill liberals "who are ruining the country," court records show.

 


 

 


 

US columnist Robert Novak, who blew CIA agent's cover, has brain tumor
Times Online, UK 

 


Bush-Prison-Torture News



 

McCain Complains About TOO MUCH Press Coverage
By Don Davis
 


Go-F**k-Yourself News


 

A British scientist said Monday he was anxiously awaiting the results of DNA tests on hair claimed to be from a yeti after initial examinations showed it had human and ape-like characteristics.

Ian Redmond, a biologist and expert in ape conservation, said the hairs found in the Indian jungle resembled samples collected by the conqueror of Everest, Sir Edmund Hillary, in the 1950s.

"Under the microscope, they look slightly human, slightly like an orangutang and slightly like the hairs brought back by Edmund Hillary,"...

 


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