-- House majority leader Tom DeLay called lobbyist Jack Abramoff one of his "dearest" friends. DeLay is under investigation for accepting a lavish trip to Scotland's famous St. Andrews golf course paid for by over $70,000 in money from lobbyist Jack Abramoff. When asked whether he had ever crossed the line of ethical behavior, he gave an answer that could come back to haunt him. "Ever," he said, "is a very strong word."
www.TheToiletOnline.com presents "Leave it to Bush," short flash animations using actual audio compilations to make strange scenes.
Episode 1: http://www.thetoiletonline.com/leav
Episode 2: http://www.thetoiletonline.com/leav
From an article by Molly Ivans (http://www.commondreams.org/views05/04
--On general strategery, the President [Bush] said, "The best way to find these terrorists who hide in holes is to get people coming forward to describe the location of the holes, is to give clues and data." And he uttered these profound words of wisdom: "Free societies are hopeful societies. And free societies will be allies against these hateful few who have no conscience, who kill at the whim of a hat."
A quicktime (*.mov) movie of John Bolton (the president's U.N. rep. candidate) talking about the United Nations.
That's all I got.