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        Wednesday, May 10, 2006

       Audio: Russ Feingold Speech to National Press Club

Here is the audio of Senator Russ Feingolds, (The man the Dems better nominate if they know whats good for them.) Speech at The National Press Club, the one where he told Democrats to grow some stones. Listen for Yourself

Feingold Speaks to National Press Club

       News: Bush: Jeb Next President? Bush's War a Constant Fog, Interview with Ray McGovern

"Bush Backs Brother Jeb for White House "

ORLANDO, Fla. - President Bush suggested Wednesday that he'd like to see his family's White House legacy continue, perhaps with his younger brother Jeb as the chief executive.
The president said Florida Gov. Jeb Bush is well-suited for another office and would make "a great president."
"I would like to see Jeb run at some point in time, but I have no idea if that's his intention or not," Bush said in an interview with Florida reporters, according to an account on the St. Petersburg Times Web site.

H.L.s Take: Will this be the thing that finally pushes the Democrats to admit to themselves that they have had the last 3 elections stolen from them due to Diebold, Sequoia, and ESS, and that THEY are responsible for whats going on now??? or will they throw 2 more elections over to The Bush Crime Family????

Washington Post
Its Only 300 Billion

If We Can Fund the War in Iraq, Why Can't We Fund the Kyoto Protocol?

For the United States, the cost of the Iraq war will soon exceed the anticipated cost of the Kyoto Protocol, the international agreement designed to control greenhouse gases. For both, the cost is somewhere in excess of $300 billion.
These numbers show that the Bush administration was unrealistically optimistic in its prewar prediction that the total cost would be about $50 billion.
And the same numbers raise questions about the Bush administration's claim that the cost of the Kyoto Protocol would be prohibitive, causing (in President Bush's own words) "serious harm to the U.S. economy."

USA Today
Bush's war: A 'constant fog over the political landscape'

Iraq has become "just a constant fog that's settled over the political landscape," says Amy Walter of the non-partisan Cook Political Report. It obscures other issues and intensifies feelings that the country is headed in the wrong direction.
Seven in 10 Americans now say they're dissatisfied with the way things are going in the nation.
The war also has spawned a new class of candidates: Iraq veterans. At least eight are running for Congress — most of them Democrats in uphill races against Republican incumbents.

Interview with Ray (Why did you Lie Rummy) McGovern.

BuzzFlash: The key point from our perspective is you caught him in a lie.

Ray McGovern: That’s correct.

BuzzFlash: You quoted from an interview with George Stephanopoulos, when Rumsfeld was saying that he knew sites in Iraq where there were weapons of mass destruction. And his argument back to you during this question-and-answer was that he never really said that. He just said that he suspected there were some areas where there might be.

Baghdad Sees 1,100 Executions in 1 Month.

BAGHDAD, Iraq - President Jalal Talabani said Wednesday that nearly 1,100 bodies were found in Baghdad last month, the victims of executions, and urged Iraq’s feuding factions to unite against surging crime and terrorism.

H.L.s Take: Surging Crime and Terrorism from The U.S. Death Squads???

Talk Left
Bush Moves to Circumvent Court in Guantanamo Case

President Bush has done it again. Yesterday, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals was scheduled to hear oral argument Qassim v. Bush, the Guantanamo case involving the Uighur detainees from Western China who have been held without charges for four years. (Background here.)

Brad Blog

NEW YORK, May 9 (Reuters) - Diebold Inc. (DBD.N), one of the world's largest makers of automated teller and electronic voting machines, on Tuesday said staff at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission have begun an informal inquiry into how the company recognizes revenue.
North Canton, Ohio-based Diebold said it learned recently about the SEC inquiry and is cooperating. The company disclosed the inquiry in its quarterly report filed with the agency.

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