Sunday, October 16, 2005

Weekend Special - Sautéed Cloves 16 October 2005

As Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation into the CIA Agent Leak case nears its end, senior members of the Bush Cabinet, in an effort to keep any new charges from arising, have taken to using carrier birds to transmit sensitive information.

Clearly annoyed that conservatives, and members of his own Republican Party, have taken to openly and harshly criticize the choice of Harriet Miers to the Supreme Court, President Bush threatened to "give a good backhand to next pencil-necked hack writer or bible-thumping Jesus freak" who says anything negative about Miers or himself.

U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Zalmay Khalilzad, talked and negotiated deep into the night, and had successful results ...

in getting a rule change that allowed Muslim pets to vote in the referendum on the new Iraqi Constitution

Mayor Bloomberg and the New York City Police Department have come under criticism, for, alledgedly, during last weeks' high terror alert, having police officers conduct racial profiling, holding up trains and harassing Arab-looking passengers, badgering them to "show us the bombs"

hours after announcing its' new, Video iPod, Apple Computer held a second press conference to say that Treasury Secretary John Snow has been signed to endorse the iPod line.

Apple offered that Snow likes to listen to the Beastie Boys to warm up for hearings.

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