Saturday, June 09, 2007

Weekend Odds and Ends

Paris Hilton's been brought to justice. Our long national nightmare is over. More news...

Due to concerns that, at a re-confirmation hearing, administration officials might be forced to account for the disaster they have formented in Iraq Democrats might say mean things to him, Defense Secretary Gates has announced "the decision to replace Gen. Peter Pace as chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff when his term ends in September". Pace was a huge anti-gay bigot, so no loss there. He will replaced by Adm. Michael G. Mullen, chief of naval operations, who I am sure has a fucking brilliant plan to end this quagmire.

Is Mayor Bloomberg's congestion plan a traffic fee or a tax? They report, you decide.

Senate Republicans are threatening a temper tantrum "total meltdown" if the Democrats don't approve all of the President's judicial nominees ASAP without asking any of those annoying 'questions' they're so fond of. Minority Leader Mitch McConnell threw his crayons at the wall and promised to hold his breath until he gets his way.

And voter fraud... proudly brought to you by the Republican party for over 20 years.

Finally, the Senate will vote Monday whether to hold a no-confidence vote on Attorney General Gonzales. A vote to decide whether to vote on something? Good lord! How about they vote instead to see who really believes the President gives a shit what Congress (or the public or anyone) thinks.


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