Wednesday edition - July 8, 2009



North Korea Suspected in Cyberattack
Washington Post - 7-8-09
Eleven Web sites in the United States had problems similar to those that occurred in South Korea, the Korean Information Security Agency said.


Palin Faces New Ethics Complaint Over Reimbursements

Washington Post - 7-8-09

Within days of resigning from office, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) is facing a new ethics complaint, accusing her of continuing to ask for reimbursement for travel expenses for staying in her own home in Wasilla while working in Anchorage, records show.

Poll: Palin's Support Still Strong Among GOP
ABC News - ‎7-8-09
Sarah Palin's bombshell that she is resigning as Alaska governor actually has boosted her a bit among Republicans, a nationwide USA TODAY/Gallup Poll finds


I wonder what North Korea will hack next?



"In her resignation speech, Sarah Palin said she polled her children on whether she should resign and the count was unanimous. Yeah. Ladies and gentlemen, even her children thought she was in over her head." --Conan O'Brien



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


The U.S. Military Made Public Monday


The U.S. military made public Monday new guidelines for international forces in Afghanistan in an effort to reduce civilian deaths:

• Airstrikes must be very limited and authorized but can be used in self-defense if troops' lives are at risk.

• Troops must be accompanied by Afghan forces before they enter residences.

• Troops cannot go into or fire upon mosques or other religious sites. This is already U.S. policy.






Disturbing News


"Over the weekend, Sarah Palin shocked the country by resigning as governor of Alaska. Out of nowhere. It's crazy. She resigned. Yeah, Republicans aren't sure who is going to fill her role in the party. But they are in talks with several of the Real Housewives of New Jersey." --Conan O'Brien




Republican-Shenanigans News

Rove Deposed



Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove was deposed Tuesday by attorneys for the House Judiciary Committee, according to Rep. John Conyers (D-Mich.), the panel’s chairman....Rove's attorney, Robert Luskin, declined to confirm or deny that his client had appeared before the committee. Luskin said there was an agreement that the depositions would remain confidential until they were completed.


“The Republican Party needs to be more optimistic, positive and hopeful. Nobody wants to follow cranks.” — Republican Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty


Rock-The-Voter News


Sarah Palin's new book will be a snap to write, the last 60 pages will be blank. - AHNC

Oh No, Not Another Republican Governor



Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour jumped back into the climate debate yesterday, seemingly eager to face the wrath of environmentalists.



"How about that North Korea? Over the weekend, launched seven missiles, and Joe Biden, the Vice President, says that they're just trying to get attention. Well, that should calm things down." --David Letterman


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Biz-Tech News


"When I took office, our economy was beginning a recession."
--George W. Bush 8/7/02




Changing The Wind

T. Boone Pickens' plan to build the world's largest wind farm is off.

Instead, Pickens said he will build five or six smaller wind farms, in the Midwest and possibly Texas, though he hasn't settled on locations.


Bush-Prison-Torture News


Bush considers putting Saddam's pistol in his library. I say fine, but only if he includes Cheney's face-blasting shotgun, too. - Grant "Brad" Gerver




Go-F**k-Yourself News


If Sarah Palin Was President


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