Wednesday, March 01, 2006

Katrina Video
A new video shows President Bush seemed to be unconcerned and distant as disaster experts warned him about Hurricane Katrina. The White House is defending the president, explaining that Mr. Bush thought it was a briefing about Iraq.

Top 5 Real Reasons President Bush Wasn't Paying Attention to Katrina Warnings

5) "The Dukes of Hazzard" marathon was playing on Spike TV

4) Dick Cheney was standing nearby... with a shotgun

3) He didn't see how the storm affected gay marriage

2) He really can't concentrate with his favorite teddy bear

1) Why listen? He'd already been re-elected!

Surprise Visit
President Bush made an unannounced visit to Afghanistan Wednesday. It was either go there or show up in New Orleans... and it was safer for him in Afghanistan.

India Protests
Tens of thousands of Indians rallied Wednesday in New Delhi to protest President Bush's visit to the country... mostly because he reminds them of all the annoying Americans who call them at all hours with stupid computer questions.

Simpsons vs. Bill of Rights
A new poll shows that more than 50 percent of Americans know more about "The Simpsons" than their First Amendment rights. Luckily, most of what is said on "The Simpsons" is a great example of First Amendment protections.

Cheney Polls
According to a recent poll, Vice President Dick Cheney's approval rating is down to 18% among American voters. But his approval rating has soared to 95% among American quail.

Tax Plan
The good news is the Bush administration members of Congress are hoping to use the roughly $345 billion in unpaid taxes to wipe out the federal deficit. The bad news is that most of the unpaid taxes are owed by Halliburton and Enron.

Sexual Harassment
A phone repair worker who is in transition from male to female, says she's been repeatedly harassed by transit police officers at Grand Central Station. But it's not clear if they were harassing him because of his transexuality or because he works for the phone company.


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