Daily update 10/27/05

Day-Thursday Date-10/27/05

Today's Auxiliary Blog Post
...Because there's more to life than politics.

Daily Update:
No indictments yesterday on that most unpleasant couple-Wilson/Plame

How about England's George Galloway on the payroll of Saddam?

The parties and "grim milestone" have begun on military deaths in Iraq.

Auxiliary Blog Post
Click in on this Miscellany post for info on Tumeric and breast cancer.

Find out how to fool the Google search engine.

And a funny compendium of politically correct terms.
Guest Writer tunes in with a tale of a Toyota Tundra.
Time for a Fishgiggle.

How to Impress a Woman.

Also.....waaaaay down below...

How to Impress a Man.




Wilson/Plame-No Indictments Yesterday

The hysterical Lamestream press is disappointed. It's as if Santa Claus didn't appear.

Ah, Valerie Plame and Joe Wilson. Possibly the most un-likeable couple in the United States of America.

My prediction still stands as stated yesterday. NO indictments from Fitzgerald for anybody. Second choice-indictments for treason-Joseph Wilson, Valerie Plame, a few others.

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More Fall Across the Planet By Saddam's Oil-for-Palaces Scam

We've found recipients of Saddam's oil-for-palaces largesse here in America, in France, in Russia and now that blowhard George Galloway in England.

Who testified while lying through his teeth in front of our Senate.

I too fell for that crummy idea of allowing Saddam to sell his oil for medicine and food for the Iraqi people. Only he built ten palaces with it and who on earth needs ten palaces?

This is but the tip of the iceberg on this scandal. No wonder our "allies" didn't want to go to war with that despot Saddam. They were all busy getting rich!


A member of the British Parliament was in receipt of serious money originating from a homicidal dictatorship. That money was supposed to have been used to ameliorate the suffering of Iraqis living under sanctions. It was instead diverted to the purposes of enriching Saddam's toadies and of helping them propagandize in favor of the regime whose crimes and aggressions had necessitated the sanctions and created the suffering in the first place. This is something more than mere "corruption." It is the cynical theft of food and medicine from the desperate to pay for the palaces of a psychopath.

Taken together with the scandal surrounding Benon Sevan, the U.N. official responsible for "running" the program, and with the recent arrest of Ambassador Jean-Bernard M?m?(France's former U.N. envoy) in Paris, and with other evidence about pointing to big bribes paid to French and Russian politicians like Charles Pasqua and Vladimir Zhirinovsky, what we are looking at is a well-organized Baathist attempt to buy or influence the member states of the U.N. Security Council. One wonders how high this investigation will reach and how much it will eventually explain.


"Grim Milestones" and Parties Across the Fruited Plains

We told you so yesterday.

The Moonbats are ready to fly happily across the light of the full moon in celebration of the 2000th death of a U.S. military personnel in Iraq.

They STILL make me sick.


Staff Sgt. George T. Alexander, Jr., 34, of Killeen, Texas, died Saturday at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Texas, of wounds suffered Oct. 17, when a bomb exploded near his vehicle in the central Iraqi city of Samarra, the Defense Department said. ...

The grim milestone was reached at a time of growing disenchantment over the war among the American public toward a conflict that was launched to punish Iraqi President Saddam Hussein for his alleged weapons of mass destruction. None were ever found.

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Tomorrow's Blog Post

....Come back tomorrow when "tomorrow" becomes "today"
Auxiliary Blog Post
Time for Gossip/Rumination/Speculation.

We've got the Minnesota Vikings Cruise to Hell.

Info on the NBA's new dress code.

Oh, and Ted Kennedy once again attempts a water rescue and fails.

Finally, who knew? Rush Limbaugh as gossip columnist.
Here's a Delaware Update.

With a snippet about Delaware cops and the eerie similarity to some New Orleans' cops.

And the problem with Delaware prisons.

Lighten up by bringing your dog to the Halloween Pet Costume Contest. Details in post.
This Pic of the Week will make you smile.

As an alligator muses on its lost family, the tears must flow.


Links to this week's Daily Updates

Friday's 10/21/05 Daily Update HERE
Monday-10/24/05 Daily Update HERE
Tuesdays -10/25/05 Daily Update HERE
Wednesday's -10/26/05 Daily Update HERE

TV Events of Note

The Apprentice (New)

NBC: Thursday, October 27 9:00 PM

Take Me Out to the Boardroom
The candidates go head-to-head in the big business arena of sporting goods.

Cast: Donald Trump, Carolyn Kepcher, George Ross Executive Producer(s): Mark Burnett



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