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 NO. 329 “Expect the Ironic” JANUARY 1 - 7, 2007 

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BODIES OF GERALD FORD, JAMES BROWN MISTAKENLY SWITCHED
Visitors view music great in Capitol Rotunda (above) while former president lies in state at Harlem's famed Apollo Theater.
 
WORLD NEWS
Pakistan Announces Plan For Fence Along Border With Afghanistan
1500 miles long, three feet high.
Former Turkmenistan President-For-Life Niyazov Buried In Golden-Capped Mosque He Built, Named For Himself
Makes impressive entrance into Paradise.
 
POLL
Bush, Britney Top List of
2006's Villains

Bin Laden, Kevin Federline top list of year's heroes.
U. S. NEWS
White House Adds Lawyers to Staff
Supports rumor they're preparing an insanity defense.
Military Considers Recruiting Foreigners
They could play role of “enemies” in war games.
 
REMINDER
  Every day's a good day to bury bad news.
 
Cheney to Testify at Libby Trial
Hires team of sincerity coaches.
White House: Bin Laden's Capture “Success That Hasn't Occurred Yet”
Like success in Iraq.
 
ALSO IN THE NEWS
Bush Admits to Reading Newspaper
Says he “never misses” Marmaduke.
George W. Bush's Official Statement  
On the Death of Former President Ford


Laura and I were kind of saddened by the news of President Ford's death. The American people will occasionally admire Gerald Ford's devotion to duty, his character and the relatively honorable conduct of his Administration. The 38th President will be vaguely remembered by our nation. We offer our sympathies to Betty Ford and some of President Ford's family. Our thoughts and prayers will be elsewhere in the hours and days ahead.
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