August 2-3 2003 Weekend Edition
Report Details Saudi Links
Hartford Courant, CT -8-2-03
By Josh Meyer, Los Angeles Times Staff Writer
WASHINGTON -- The 27 classified pages of a congressional report about
Sept. 11 depict a Saudi government that not only provided significant money
and aid to the suicide hijackers but also allowed potentially hundreds of
millions of dollars to flow to Al Qaeda and other terrorist groups through
suspect charities and other fronts, according to sources familiar with the
should let U.S. in on secret: Did Saudis help terrorists?
DALLAS -- It is often said that the Bush
administration obsesses over secrecy, distrusts the press and takes lightly
the American public's right to know.
Saudi princess linked to Sept 11 funding
... Saudi in San Diego who was Mr Bassnan's close
associate, was providing financial aid to Khalid al-Midhar and Nawaf Alhazmi,
two Saudis who became hijackers on ...
Gee, what a surprise! The Saudi Ruling Family are close friends with the Bush Ruling Family -- and this is how the Saudis treat their friends? Or is this just another bad judgment call by a Bush? Like Noriega? Like Iran-Contra? How many more troops must die in the name of Bush Bad Judgments?
ALL HAT NO CATTLE
DIRTY LAUNDRY DONE DIRT CHEAP
"Hey, Chippendale, you new in town? Not you, Clydesdale!" - Anita Beer at the First Annual AHNC Push Bush on His Tush - 2004 Election Season Kickoff Reception and Exhibition Game
called 'President Shrub' in government memo
Françoise Ducros, a former aide to the Prime Minister, made international headlines by calling Mr. Bush a "moron." Natural Resources Minister Herb Dhaliwal called Mr. Bush a failed statesman. MP Carolyn Parrish was quoted as saying: "Damn Americans, I hate those bastards."...
Saddam's Sons Buried;
US Soldier Killed
Guardian, UK - 8-2-03
BAGHDAD, Iraq (AP) - Leaders of Saddam Hussein's tribe buried the ousted dictator's elder sons, Odai and Qusai, and a grandson Saturday, their bodies wrapped in Iraqi flags in a sign the family considered them to be martyrs.
Also Saturday, the military said a U.S. soldier was killed and three were wounded in a rocket-propelled grenade attack on their convoy east of Baghdad on Friday.
The Arab satellite television broadcaster Al-Jazeera reported that another U.S. soldier also died Saturday morning in an attack north of the capital, but the military had no details on the incident.
How many more of our troops will die in the name of Bush?
Check this website out if you feel like shedding a tear for our troops. I did. http://www.takebackthemedia.com/onearmy.html
Thanks to Peny for
The Bushes versus Bill Clinton
Tax cuts, not war, send deficit soaring
Florida Today, FL - 8-2-03
The report Thursday that the nation's economy grew at the fastest pace in nearly a year might indicate it's recovering from a two-year slump. But even if the future bears that out, there's a gorilla in the living room.
The Amazing Disappearing Tax Revenue
The exploding federal budget deficit has triggered fierce recriminations among politicians over who is to blame, but in Washington's less-partisan budget circles, the White House's projected $455 billion deficit for 2003 has underscored a growing mystery: Where has all the tax revenue gone?
American Action Market - Future Trading on what the US will do next
"You know, let me let me talk about
al Qaeda just for a second. I -- I made the statement that we're
dismantling senior management, and we are. Our people have done a really good job of hauling in
a lot of the key operators: Khalid Sheik Mohammed, Abu Zubaydah, Ramzi ahh -- Ramzi al Shibh,
or whatever the guy's name was."
--GW Bush Jul. 30, 2003
He really is too stupid to be president. By the way, have you been there lately? www.toostupidtobepresident.com
Thanks to Eric Zahler
I fish -- You all find them WMD.
Politics takes a break
LONDON - Having waged war together,
it was only to be expected that the American and British leaders should take
a break and go on vacation at the same time.
Bush readies for ranch respite
The Dumbell Nebula Halo is about 1,200 light years away. Recent polling of scientists want it renamed Bush's Dumbell Halo. (NASA photo)