August 4, 2004 Wednesday
and Angered by 'Fahrenheit'
There are no movie theaters in Saudi Arabia, out of concern they would allow the forbidden mingling of the sexes, but the film is said to be widely circulated there via DVD…
Saudi ambassador responds to Moore film
Fort Lauderdale Sun Sentinel, FL - 8-4-04
... Saudi Arabia's ambassador to Britain on Wednesday responded to some of the claims made in Michael Moore's film "Fahrenheit 9/11" and in a book about the Bush ...
Bin Laden's brother disputes 'Fahrenheit'
USA Today - Jul 29, 2004
PARIS (AP) — A half-brother of Osama bin Laden says he enjoyed most of Michael Moore's Fahrenheit 9/11, except for what he called "inaccuracies" about his ...
No movie theaters in Saudi Arabia? That explains a lot.
"We find out that the information that they're using to raise the terror alert thing is four years old. It's four years old! Apparently President Bush just got around to reading it." David Letterman
* actual quote click here
"By the way, a whole new office of intelligence? More bureaucracy? What is it with Republicans and big government? Is that their answer to everything?" Jon Stewart
Pakistan boasts of 2 more key terror arrests Chicago Sun Times, IL
Afghans and US hit militants, kill dozens Boston Globe, MA
Friendly-fire pilot loses appeal Toronto Star, Canada
Abuse claims rock Danish military BBC News, UK
Water Offers Deadly Relief in a Blistering Iraqi Slum Los Angeles Times
Have you noticed that lately when *W* speaks he seems to have something
in his mouth? Mints, gum, whatever...... Could it be an effort to
control the smirking?
Just a thought.....
Yes, I have noticed Bush’s pulsating mouth — especially when he listens to the applause after he preaches to the choir.
I don’t think he is sucking on a mint. I think those strange lip pulses are the symptoms of an anti-psychotic drug. Thorazine causes odd tongue movement and tongue chewing. I wonder what the side effects are of OxyContin?
All kidding aside, if Bush is on an anti-psychotic drug it sure ain’t working.
If it doesn't fit, you must omit: Tuesday's photo-op visit to Citigroup Center by First Lady Laura Bush and daughters Jenna and Barbara was splashed large by the local media -- but not even acknowledged in The New York Times.
"We simply had more news -- both stories and pictures -- than we could accommodate. There was no calculated decision to omit that event," Times spokesman Toby Usnik explained. New York Daily News
"John Kerry and John Edwards recently published their political promises and strategies in a book. You see that's smart putting all their ideas in a book. This way they're certain to keep them secret from Bush." Jay Leno
Israeli Helicopter Fires Missile into Northern Gaza Voice of America, DC
State Dept. warns against travel to Israel Seattle Post Intelligencer, WA
Departing foreigners to be digitally identified at DIA Rocky Mountain News, CO
Study: Mercury levels high in fish from lakes Indianapolis Star, IN
Library complies with Patriot Act The Republican, MA
Kerry Surges v. New Orange Alert How conveeeeenient..
Click here for Bob Witkowski
9/11 panel blasts Bush's shakeup -Chicago Sun Times, IL
Missouri Voters Ban Same-Sex Marriage Los Angeles Times
Laura Bush Takes Swipe at Journalists Guardian, UK
Republicans Sign Along the Dotted Line washingtonpost.com
Louisville Republicans ask for local party chairman to resign Kentucky.com, KY
Daily News Haiku
August 4, 2004
Today's haiku feature the Bush twins, Kerry and Bush on the campaign stump, and two unexpected candidates:
Plane detours for twins,
Rename it bUSh Air.
Kerry rallies draw
Many thousands more than Bush.
Hope and help trump "hell."
More are here:
Click here for more Bruce Yurgil cartoons
Subject: One of the biggest heists in history
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Say and think what you will about Col. Hackworth, he will continue to expose the truth about our misadventure in Iraq and the exploitation of our troops there and elsewhere.
I like Col. Hackworth. I'd rather be in a foxhole with him instead of Bush, Cheney AND Rummy.
Carnahan's son in race for Gephardt seat Seattle Post Intelligencer, WA
The Beauty of the First Amendment Jewish.com, GA
Britons allege Guantanamo abuse BBC News, UK
Testimony: Soldier said abuse was for fun Chicago Sun Times, IL
US 'abuse' soldier back in court BBC News, UK
Go-F*** -Yourself News
Halliburton has agreed to a $7.5 million dollar fine Pravda, Russia
DPW: Cheney Ignores Fiscal Responsibility in La Crosse Visit WisPolitics.com, WI
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Subject: GOP convention
I have a feeling that each "speaker" at the upcoming Nuremberg rally....oops, I mean, GOP convention is going to be loonier and even more offensive than the one preceding them.
Now, they're talking about allowing Michael Reagan to speak, to "counteract" his half-brother Ron's speech at the Democratic convention.
I hope so -- because Mikey Boy is as crazy as a sh*thouse rat. The lights have been out in that dude's attic for years.
Their cast of characters is really kind of lame. I'd hardly consider Alan Keyes much of an "answer" to the brilliant Barack Obama -- and Jerry Falwell could phone in his rant.
Yep -- Pat Buchanan's performance at the 1992 GOP Convention is going to pale in comparison with all the hate speech coming out of this gathering!
Also, I've just heard that Nancy Reagan is supporting DUMBya - "party unity" and all that other happy horse manure.
I never knew that Alzheimer's was contagious, but I guess it is in HER case.
Terry C - NJ
Well, one thing we won't see at the GOP convention is Jesus-like behavior.
Investors in new Iraqi dinar spur thriving Web trade USATODAY.com
Pfizer sues Web sites selling faux Viagra USATODAY.com
Phishing Scam Uses Political Hook PC World
Sweet Jesus, I Hate Bill O'Reilly
FOX's "Campaign" Carl misstated the facts about Kerry rallies Media Matters for America, DC
"The L.A. Times reports that al-Qaida terrorists have been traced to Iran, and President Bush is talking tough. In fact he said he will attack the minute he has evidence his approval rating is under 45 percent." Jay Leno
An undated computer graphic shows what will be Milan's tallest building. For a city whose last skyscraper was completed over 40 years ago and whose most beloved buildings are a gothic cathedral and a 19th century shopping arcade, the plan is nothing short of revolutionary. A team of star architects led by Daniel Libeskind, backed by some of Italy's top insurers, has won the rights to build three skyscrapers including what would be Milan's tallest building and an exotic, sail-shaped tower, on a 15-block parcel near the city's center. (ITALY-MILAN-SKYSCRAPER/Handout)