September 15,  2003     Monday

Cheney: US May Seek More Aid for Iraq
Guardian, UK  9-15-03

...Cheney: -Said "I don't know" whether Saddam was involved in the Sept. 11, 2001, terror attacks...
-Said he had no involvement in a large no-bid contract for work in Iraq to a subsidiary of Halliburton, the company Cheney once led. "As vice president, I have absolutely no influence of, involvement of, knowledge of, in any way, shape or form, of contracts," he said.

Cheney says he "doesn't know", then says--"no involvement", then says--"no knowledge of"? 

Huh,? What does he do as vice president?

Oh, I remember, he's a gas jockey for Halliburton.

Krugman: Bush administration can no longer hide exploitation of 911
Salt Lake Tribune, UT - 9-15-03

...But Bush's advisers were greedy; they saw 9-11 as an opportunity to get everything they wanted, from another round of tax cuts, to a major weakening of the Clean Air Act, to an invasion of Iraq. And so they wrapped as much as they could in the flag.
Now it has all gone wrong. The deficit is about to go above half a trillion dollars, the economy is still losing jobs, the triumph in Iraq has turned to dust and ashes, and Bush's poll numbers are at or below their pre-9-11 levels.
Nor can the members of this administration simply lose like gentlemen...

UN envoy: Mideast peace talks have broken down
Salon (subscription) - 9-15-03

...The council scheduled the open meeting Monday amid mounting criticism of the Israel's security Cabinet's decision Thursday to "remove" Arafat in a manner and at a time to be decided.
The statement Sunday by Israel's Vice Prime Minister Ehud Olmert that killing Arafat is a possibility was certain to intensify the Palestinian demand for speedy U.N. action. ...
       Arafat Calls for Return to Peace Talks - Guardian


Israel admits wanting to kill Arafat? Has anyone heard Arafat saying he wants to kill Sharon?  Israel is sounding more and more like the tough talking Connecticut Cowboy.


The Connecticut Cowboy and his sidekick Slick Dick Cheney are reminiscent of the Wild, Wild West --   


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What's the difference between Ann coulter and Callista Flockhart?


One is an anorexic dumb blond and the other stars on "Ally McBeal".

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Steven, you are years beyond 13. Thanks.



Big Dog says:

Hey, California, I've been held up by the republicans. 

Don't let it happen to you.



Federal appeals court postpones California's Oct. 7 recall vote
San Jose Mercury News, CA -9-15-03
SAN FRANCISCO - A federal appeals court postponed California's Oct. 7 gubernatorial
recall election, ruling the historic vote cannot proceed as scheduled ...





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 to Open Offices in Manchester, NH, and ...
U.S. Newswire (press release), DC - 9-15-03
15 /US Newswire/ --, the leader of the national movement to
draft former General Wesley Clark for President, today announced that it has ...




Will the National Guard have to fly back from Iraq to deal with this?


Is FEMA as prepared for Hurricane Isabel as it was for Hurricane Andrew?




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