Discussion in 'Politics' started by Tom Clancy, Mar 8, 2010.
MSNBC Crops President Bush Out of Newsweek Cover | NewsBusters.org
Didn't you get your memo? Anything GOOD that happens is Iraq is completely and totally due to Obama and his genius. All the bad things that happen are credited to Bush.
It was just a "technical error."
I guess they'll have to use old pics to depict victory....we're running away these days.
Just below "wardrobe malfunction" in the hierarchy of believability.
You kidding?...The next thing you know we'll see pix of Boyking on the deck of BB 63, accepting the Japanese surrender.
How exactly does MSLSD plan on "correcting" their mere "technical error" for "future use"?
Are they planning on re-running the Scarborough / Brezinski show?
Like maybe that will get 28 more people to tune it thus doubling its ratings?
I would surmise that the phrase "will be corrected for future use" means, roughly, "next time we hope not to get caught."
Meanwhile, in other news Women Drinkers Gain Less Weight...
Women Who Drink Gain Less Weight - Well Blog - NYTimes.com
Iraqi women going for the vote:
They look so "free".
Iraqi women graduating from the University:
Iraqi women waiting to vote:
 Nearly 60% of women said that safety and security continued to be their number one concern despite improvements in overall security in Iraq
 As compared with 2007 & 2006, more than 40% of respondents said their security situation worsened last year & slightly more than 22% said it had remained static compared to both years
 55% had been a victim of violence since 2003; 22% of women had been victims of domestic violence; More than 30% had family members who died violently.
 Some 45% of women said their income was worse in 2008 compared with 2007 and 2006, while roughly 30% said it had not changed in that same time period
 33% had received no humanitarian assistance since 2003
 76% of widows said they did not receive a pension from the government
 Nearly 25% of women had no daily access to drinking water & half of those who did have daily access to water said it was not potable; 69% said access to water was worse or the same as it was in 2006 & 2007
 One-third of respondents had electricity 3 hours or less per day; two-thirds had 6 hours or less; 80% said access to electricity was more difficult or the same as in 2007, 82% said the same in comparison to 2006 and 84% compared to 2003
 Nearly half of women said access to quality healthcare was more difficult in 2008 compared with 2006 and 2007
 40% of women with children reported that their sons and daughters were not attending school
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Things are moving along.
Its always interesting when people on the left talk about rights deprived that it becomes a discussion about commodities that they don't have like food, water, and shelter.
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