Ironic Times

 NO. 150 "Expect the Ironic" JULY 28 - AUG 3, 2003 

July 21
Aug 4
  CONGRESSIONAL 9/11 REPORT LAYS BARE INTELLIGENCE MISTAKES
 
 
(NOTE: For reasons of national security, the names Cheney, Wolfowitz, Rice and Rumsfeld are blacked out.)
 
U. S. NEWS
Deficit Will Climb to $455 Billion,
Says White House

And that’s the good news.
Reserves Called Up as U.S. Forces Stretched to the Limit
Boy Scouts told to "be prepared."
Bush Defenders: Clinton Was Worse
Starting unprovoked war "not as bad" as getting blow job from intern.
Dems Attack Bush on Failing Economy
He answers by raising additional thirty million dollars.
 
MISCELLANEOUS
Nuns Sent to Prison for Protest at Missile Base
Nuclear arsenal safe again, or at least until these three get out of the slammer in a couple of years.
WORLD NEWS
U.S. Reluctant to Put Troops in Liberia
Cites lack of forged documents indicating President Taylor has WMDs.
 
SPECIAL FEATURE
Kindergarten Evaluation: George W. Bush, 1951

George is one of the most delightful children we've ever met. And what a creative imagination! We're all certain George will be a terrific artist or writer, he is so inventive. However, he seems to be having trouble distinguishing between what he wishes would happen, and what has really happened. Of course, in the creative arts, this can be a lifelong source of inspiration. But we're a little worried that if George chooses a different path, it could lead to trouble. We suggest Mom and Dad try to gently explain the difference between what we wish would be true, and what is actually true!
 
POLITICS
New Poll Encouraging to Bush
If election were held again, he'd lose to Gore by same margin.
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