Monday edition - August 4, 2008




Bush Travels to Asia for Olympic Games, Talks
Voice of America - 8-4-08

From the streets of Seoul, to the Olympic venues in Beijing, this trip was controversial before it even began. Mr. Bush was originally expected to travel to...


Iran Tests Anti-Ship Weapon With 300-Kilometer Range
Bloomberg - 8-4-08
Iran's military tested a new naval weapon with a range of more than 300 kilometers (185 miles), the commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps said

Obama: tap nation's oil reserve to help gas prices
The Associated Press - 8-4-08
CHICAGO (AP) — In a reversal, Barack Obama is proposing tapping the nation's strategic oil reserves to help drive down gasoline prices, his campaign said


"President Bush is on the hunt for a new home. He just found out he and Laura are going to have to move out of the White House in a few months. His massive plan of foreclosures and plummeting real estate prices finally paid off." --Jimmy Kimmel



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

Chickenhawk meets falcon.


President Bush welcomed Dubai's ruler to his presidential retreat on Sunday, returning the favor for the opulent hospitality he received in the United Arab Emirates this year.

At Camp David in rustic Maryland, Bush met with Sheik Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum, the UAE's prime minister and ruler of Dubai.

"You're looking good," Bush told al-Maktoum after the sheik arrived by helicopter. Both leaders were dressed casually and engaged in small talk before driving out of sight on a golf cart.


"In a speech yesterday, Barack Obama said he's distantly related to the famous 19th century gunslinger Wild Bill Hickok. After hearing this, John McCain said, "Big deal, I went to high school with him." --Conan O'Brien


Disturbing News




"As we meet, our country is in the sixth year of a two-front war. Our economy is struggling. Our planet is in peril. These challenges, and many others, demand new leadership." — Preamble to draft of the 2008 Democratic Party platform







Republican-Shenanigans News


"It is a complete waste of the country's time and attention at the very moment when millions of people are losing their homes and their jobs." — Kathy Hilton commenting on a John McCain attack ad featuring her daughter, Paris Hilton



HUMMER: the new Edsel - Grant Gerver



“In God we trust.” Our money says it; our national deficit proves it! - Laugh Lines


Rock-The-Voter News




For using their images in his despicable ads, Britney & Paris join forces to get even with McCain: they're avidly supporting him. - Grant Gerver



Biz-Tech News


New Economic Stimulus Package Includes Goat - Red Tractor USA


Anthrax Update


Former Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle, whose office was a target of the anthrax attacks in 2001, said Sunday the suicide of the government's main suspect does not mean the case is over.


Bush-Prison-Torture News


Go-F**k-Yourself News


Dan Quayle’s people confirmed that he was invited to be a contestant on ABC’s “Dancing with the Stars.” Quayle says he turned it down because he didn’t want to do anything more humiliating than being Vice President. - Laugh Lines





Hi Lisa,

I just sent you a donation. Thank you so much for your clear, incisive and entertaining newsletter. I am thankful you are there torquing the current "leadership" on a daily basis. Keep up the good work. Let's hope you will have better things to report starting in January, 2009.

Thank you again,



Thank you for your donation and kind words.

Hopefully there will be better things to report in January 2009, unless McCain wins!

What a mess Bush is leaving for the next president.

AHNC is glad to be at your service!


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In this photo provided by the USGA, a black bear runs across the 13th fairway during the second round of the 2008 U.S. Senior Open Championship at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, Colo. on Friday, August 1, 2008.
Photo/ USGA, John Mummert