Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Jeb Bush backs off support of Iraq invasion

Jeb Bush backs off support of Iraq invasion
Republican Jeb Bush said on Tuesday that "mistakes were made" in the Iraq war, moving to disavow a controversial statement he made in support of the 2003 invasion ordered by his brother, then-President George W. Bush.

Jeb Bush: "Knowing what I know today I would have kept my mouth shut yesterday."- The Daily Edge

The World Is A Safer Place Without Saddam

Says something that the invasion Iraq is less controversial in the Republican party than the "invasion" of Texas.- LOLGOP

Amtrak Train Crashes, GOP Cuts Amtrak Budget
House Republicans who are pushing to slash $260 million from Amtrak’s budget found themselves in an awkward position Wednesday — voting to defend those cuts even as investigators search for the cause of Tuesday night’s fatal crash in Philadelphia.

Bush Says He Will Harm Nation Differently from His Brother. - Andy Borowitz

Republican Shenanigans

Given the choices of Jeb Bush, Ben Carson, Chris Christie, Ted Cruz, Huckabee, Rick Perry, Marco Rubio and Scott Walker, why are you crying?- LOLGOP

Republican Rapist, Pedophile and John
Vermont state legislator Norman McAllister has plead not guilty to three felony counts of sexual assault, and three misdemeanor counts of soliciting sex workers. The case against McAllister involves multiple victims, including at least one child. But the Republican state senator maintains that — not only is he not resigning — he has not done a single thing wrong.

Rock The Voter News

Wow. Threatening John McCain?
The founder of the Oath Keepers, a loose-knit group of current and former law enforcement officials and military who pledge to defend the Constitution, called for Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) to be "hung by the neck until dead" for treason last week as the president of the Arizona Senate looked on.

"Harriet Tubman replacing Jackson on the $20?  But she only slaughtered, like, zero Indians!"- John Fugelsang

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Business/Tech News

Dear Americans,
Good job putting Harriet Tubman on the 20  dollar bill. Next up: putting George Carlin on the 1 dollar bill.
- God

Deal Or Deadlock?
Republicans and Democrats in the U.S. Senate are expected on Wednesday to announce a deal paving the way for votes this week and next week on controversial trade legislation, according to a senior Democratic aide.

Don't follow the crowd.  It's crowded. - Yogi Berra



Odd News

Time To Deflate Photo

The pyramids of Giza, Egypt, 1870.


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