Sunday, July 11, 2004

Just When I Thought I Said All I Could Say

Now If Only The Hacks At CNN Could Air This Every Eight Minutes. On Friday former Democratic hopeful Howard Dean engaged Ralph Darth Nader in a debate moderated by NPR. Dean went for the throat, pressuring Nader about Republicans signing half off his ballot petition in Arizona, accepting money from Bush-Cheney donors and accepting support in Oregon from the Oregon Family Council, a rabidly anti-gay Republican group. Dean threw the death blow with this comment, "The thing that upsets me so much about this is, you have the right to ... get in bed with whoever you want to, but don't call the Democratic Party full of corporate interests. They have their problems, we all have ours, none of us are pure. And this campaign of yours is far from pure."

From the AP: "US President George W. Bush walks away from a briefing with the media, refusing to answer questions after he was asked about Enron and the reported indictment of former CEO Kenneth Lay, who was a close adviser and fund-raiser for Bush and his father, earning him the presidential nickname of 'Kenny Boy.'"

The Motherload For Political Nerds Thanks to the American Museum of the Moving Image, every single presidential campaign commercial since 1952 is now available on a single website.

And In More Serious News...
"Britney was my sex-mad bride."

-The Sikh Geek