Wednesday edition - September 30, 2009




McCain: Time is running short for Afghan decision
AP Ė 9-30-09

AP WASHINGTON - Sen. John McCain says too much is at stake in Afghanistan for the United States and its allies to give up the fighting there and says he hopes President Barack Obama "will make the right decision."

Generals: Dick Cheney, Liz Cheney are scaremongering
Politico - Josh Gerstein - ‎9-30-09
Retired generals and admirals say Dick Cheney and Liz Cheney are trying to instill fear about Gitmo closing.

General Says Iraq Troop Reductions May Quicken
New York Times - 9-30-09
WASHINGTON - The senior American commander in Iraq said Tuesday that he could reduce American forces to 50000 troops even before the end of


"Here's a story. And it's about time. Director Roman Polanski, they finally get this guy. They arrest him in Switzerland. And I was thinking well, you know, great, I'm glad they got Polanski but what about bin Laden?" --David Letterman



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

Birther Infomercial



Rumors of the "birther" movement's death appear to have been greatly exaggerated. The group has been demanding for months that President Obama produce a "valid" birth certificate to prove he's a natural-born citizen of the United States - and it's not giving up just yet. A Christian website called produced an infomercial that the United States Justice Foundation organization is set to air in seven Southern states.



"Sarah Palin was paid $300,000 to go over there and speak in Hong Kong. Apparently she could see the money from her house." --David Letterman





Disturbing News


Birthers question Jesus place of birth-demand certificate The Spoof (satire)



McCain Out Of Touch? Arizona Thinks So.


Maybe itís his wifeís 100-million dollar beer distribution fortune or his established age; but, some Americans see Sen. John McCain as ďout-of-touch.Ē A new poll in Arizona finds that the senator and prisoner of war is losing support from his own constituents.

A Rasmussen Reports poll finds that 61-percent of Republicans in Arizona think Sen. John McCain is out of touch with his own party.







Republican-Shenanigans News


"Sarah Palin went to Hong Kong, delivered a speech last week. And we're learning more and more about the speech that she delivered there. Palin says China needs to deal with its ethics problems. Well, I bet that got a nice laugh." --David Letterman



Governor Mark Sanfordís wife is publishing a book about the affair. She says the book is big enough to tell her side of the story but still light enough to fling at your husbandís head.- Jay Leno

BREAKING NEWS: A Democrat Stands Up To Republicans


 A Democratic congressman from Florida is refusing to apologize for saying that Republicans want Americans to "die quickly" if they get sick.


Rock-The-Voter News


One of the health care reform plans requires you to buy insurance. And if you donít, itíll cost you. Which is different than now, how? Ė Will Durst





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Liberals Regroup After Public Option Defeat

An outcome that had been expected for weeks still generated a good deal of drama and post-game analysis, as Tuesday's defeat of efforts to add the public insurance option to the Senate Finance Committee's health-care bill pushed the reform debate into a new stage.



By johnlegry





$10 Toys From Wal-Mart


 Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world's largest retailer, said Wednesday it will offer more than 100 toys at $10 during the key holiday season


Bush-Prison-Torture News


Did you hear about this? Dick Cheney had back surgery. Itís from carrying Bush for eight years. --David Letterman


Go-F**k-Yourself News



According to a new study out of the University of Chicago, participating in sports can make you smarter. That explains how these college athletes are able to graduate without even going to class. - Jay Leno


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A woman, who obviously does not want to be identified, receives a chocolate facial treatment for 600 pesos ($12.56) at a beauty salon in Quezon City, Metro Manila, Philippines.
Photo/Cheryl Ravelo





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