September 5 2003 TGIF
Guest cartoonist-Howard J. Wiersma
Democratic Rivals Focus Barbs on Bush
Waterloo Cedar Falls Courier, IA - 9-5-03
... This president is a miserable failure," Rep. Dick Gephardt of Missouri said Thursday night during the first major debate of the 2004 campaign. ...
Democrats Face-Off In New Mexico
WBBM, IL - 9-5-03
... Sen. John Kerry of Massachusetts said that "the swagger of a president who says 'bring 'em on' does not bring our troops peace or safety.". ...
Dems bash Bush, not each other
Go Erie, PA - 9-5-03
ALBUQUERQUE, NM — In a mostly cordial televised debate, Democrats vying to replace President Bush brushed aside their own differences on Thursday and roundly ...
Finally, Democrats that aren't afraid to speak out against Bush. It'll be interesting to see who is the last one standing accepting the nomination of their party. Gephardt had one of the best sound bites of the debate: This president is a miserable failure.
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It Takes the Village People to Raise a Monkey
"And I said on my program,
if, if the Americans go in and overthrow Saddam Hussein and it's clean, he
had nothing, I will apologize to the nation, and I will not trust the Bush
administration again." - Bill O'Reilly, March 18, 2003. Fair and
Balanced or Wholly Without Merit, You Decide.
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Over 3000 old people died in France during their heat wave. Do you know why? Because their children went on vacation and left them to rot in the heat. These are the kind of people we’re dealing with.
-Brian Killmeade (Idiot morning host on Fox & Friends 5:35 am ct 9-5-03 )
I heard that on the Fair & Balanced Fox this morn. This guy is another Bill O'Reilly wannabe.
Speaking of Bill O'Reilly you must go to this site and check it out. O'Reilly should be ashamed of himself attacking Jeremy Glick, the son of a man who died in the WTC on 911.
US Troops Want Rumsfeld to Send Them Home
Reuters, UK - 9-5-03
TIKRIT, Iraq (Reuters) - If they had the chance, US
soldiers at a base in Iraq would have had one question for Defense Secretary
Donald Rumsfeld -- When are we ...
"This week, the economy is still suffering, the economy is at an all-time low, gas prices are going up over $2 a gallon. In other words, President Bush is back from vacation and back on the job." —Jay Leno
|Final Interview from the Lazy W
A BUZZFLASH READER COMMENTARY
by One Citizen
George W. had just concluded his final photo-op at his Crawford, Texas compound (see photo below) when a reporter noticed one of Bush's neighbors nearby getting into an old pickup truck. Because of this assignment he hadn't been able to report any real news for the past month, so he desperately tried to strike up a conversation with the old-timer to see if he might have something interesting to offer.
"Sir... Hey! Can I talk to you for just a second?" the newsman asked.
"Well I was just leavin'... Got chores to tend-to". the older rancher said as he began rolling up his window.
"The flies seem be a bit worse this time of year" the veteran reporter commented. He had tried unsuccessfully to interview all of Dubya's neighbors during several of his past month-long Crawford vacation assignments, and was hoping that a more relaxed conversational style might get this one to stop long enough to open up a bit.
Not one to be rude, the old rancher stopped rolling up his window. "Them's circle-flies" he said, shooting the reporter a sidelong glance....click here for end of story
Tom, thanks for the link
The only Spanish Bush speaks on jobs is, Hasta La Vista. -Senator John Edwards
Taiwan holds its biggest public
military display of the year
MSNBC - 9-5-03
... Taiwan scrapped a missile test out of fear that China might learn too much about
the island's modern French-built air-to-air ... F-16 jets dropped anti-ship bombs. ...
We now know that a president landing on an aircraft carrier saying Mission Accomplished does not bring the end to a war. - Senator John Kerry
Why didn’t Saddam use his Weapons of Mass Destruction?
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The surface of Venus is perpetually covered by a veil of thick clouds and remains hidden from even the powerful telescopic eyes of earth-bound astronomers. But in the early 1990s, using imaging radar, the Venus orbiting Magellan spacecraft was able to lift the veil from the face of Venus and produced spectacular high resolution images of the planet's surface. Colors used in this computer generated picture of Magellan radar data are based on color images from the surface of Venus transmitted by the Soviet Venera 13 and 14 landers. The bright area running roughly across the middle represents the largest highland region of Venus known as Aphrodite Terra. (NASA)