A Veritable Plethora of Enjoyable News
Gosh, it's like Christmas morning for us Democrats.
I awakened to news that Bush is getting smothered in protesters while he's in Argentina. Of course we taxpayers sprung for the cost of a couple of U.S. Navy ships and a handful of helicopters to protect his unpopular ass while he's in Central America.
Where's Che Guevera when we need him?
Meanwhile in Texas, Tom DeLay's lawyer is still trying to cherry pick a judge--showing the world how huge DeLay's ego and sense of entitlement are.
His lawyer, Dick DeGuerin, is a real Texas legend.
He defended Branch Davidian leader David Koresh, the eccentric, cross-dressing millionaire Robert Durst (who killed and dismembered his 71-year-old neighbor and threw the chunks into Galveston Bay) and several other guilty-as-hell rich folks like Kay Bailey Hutchison. He's a Democrat but he'll eat a bug for money.
A recent poll done by ABC and the Washington Post shows Bush's approval rating circling the drain. Without Rove's full attention on damage control, Bush is finally in the glare of media klieg lights. He's fallen and he can't get up.
Did everyone catch yesterday's peek into Brownie's e-mail? Outrageous. People in Katrina's wake are dying and he's worried about what to wear on camera and getting a dog sitter. He's still on the payroll as a "consultant" at $13,000 a month. He must have photos of Chertoff fucking a sheep, that's all I can say.
What are your favorite stories of the week?