Friday, July 09, 2004

Letterman's Top Ten List: Bush Complaints About Moore's Movie

10. That actor who played the President was totally unconvincing

9. It oversimplified the way I stole the election

8. Too many of them fancy college-boy words

7. If Michael Moore had waited a few months, he could have included
the part where I get him deported

6. Didn't have one of them hilarious monkeys who smoke cigarettes and
gives people the finger

5. Of all Michael Moore's accusations, only 97% are true

4. Not sure - - I passed out after a piece of popcorn lodged in my

3. Where the hell was Spider-man?

2. Couldn't hear most of the movie over Cheney's foul mouth

1. I thought this was supposed to be about dodgeball

Now Here's a Connection That Makes Sense

Sinking Bush Poll Numbers Increase Likelihood of Terrorist Attack, Says Ridge
Connection Unfathomable, Say Rove, Cheney

Secretary of Homeland Security Tom Ridge announced today that analysts
had conlcuded that the likelihood of a terrorist strike in America
increases whenever the President's popularity rating declines.

"There's a distinct correlation between the President's popularity
ratings and increased terrorist activity," said Ridge. "Whenever
President Bush's numbers go down, it's far more likely that we will be
attacked by al Qaeda."

"The only thing we can advise is for U.S. citizens to like President
Bush as much as possible to keep us all safe," Ridge concluded.

The Earth is Still Not Flat

The Senate Report finds that there is no evidence of an Iraq/alQaeda tie.

Cheap Shot

As MSNBC explains, John Edwards hs more foreign policy experience than Bush did when he took office four years ago.

Thursday, July 08, 2004

Five More Dead GIs

878 Dead and counting.

Wednesday, July 07, 2004

Pots and Kettles

Bush questions John Edwards' qualifications to be Vice-President.

Er, and just how much foreign relations experience did Bush have when he was annointed four years ago?

The Right Choice

Slate explains why Edwards was the right choice for Kerry. Here's Edwards on Kerry:

"Think about this for a minute: He left college, and he volunteered three different ways. First he volunteered for military service. Then he volunteered to serve in Vietnam. And then he volunteered for some of the most dangerous, hazardous duty you could possibly have in Vietnam. As a result, he was wounded multiple times. He won a whole series of medals while he was there. And now—this is an amazing thing—a vice president of the United States who avoided service four, five, six times—I've lost count—[and] a president of the United States who can't account for a year of his national guard service are attacking John Kerry for the medals he won in Vietnam? You have got to be kidding me."

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