THE WHO'S NEW ROCK OPERA: 'BUSHY' - - FEATURING 'PINHEAD LIZARD'

Reprinted from The Satirical Political Report http://satiricalpolitical.com

Ever since he was a young boy
He had a silver spoon
From Greenwich down to Midland
That's where he learned to moon
But I ain't seen nothing like him
In any skid row saloon
That deaf, dumb and blind kid
Sure is a mean buffoon

He stands like a statue
Part of the Neo-Con machine
Constitution in the dumper
Likes big oil, not green or clean
Plays by faith-based intuition
The Mid-East countries fall
That deaf, dumb and blind kid
Sure is a mean goofball

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ADMINISTRATION ATTACKS 'FACTIVIST' JUDGES

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Within the past few days, both Vice President Cheney and Attorney General Alberto Gonzales have attacked critics of the Bush Administration's warrantless surveillance program, including a federal judge who ruled last August that the program was unconstitutional.

As Gonzales succinctly said, "we shouldn't let facts like the U.S. Constitution get in the way of our fight to defend freedom."

Gonzales also criticized judges who recognized such facts as the Enlightenment, the Geneva Convention, Congressional statutes, the New Deal, the Great Society and global warming.

Despite the Democrats' midterm election victory, the Attorney General insisted that the Administration would continue to push for federal judges who share the philosophy of a Scalia or Thomas: "We believe that judges should adhere to "original in-tent," that is, the norms of pre-Magna Carta feudal society, when most folks were living in tents."

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LIEBERMAN'S NEW BOOK: 'IF I DID IT (Join the GOP)'

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In what all decent folks are condemning as the most vile, cynical and self-centered act in memory, "INDEPENDENT"- Democrat Joe Lieberman has just published a book entitled: 'IF I DID IT (Join the GOP)'.

Appearing on FOX News to promote the book, Lieberman described -- in strictly hypothetical terms, of course -- the fatal wounds that would be inflicted on the Democrats if he stabbed them in the back and joined the GOP ranks.

Such a massacre would include ceding Iraq policy back to Bush, having two more years of right-wing judicial appointments, and enough waterboarding to clean all the blood off O.J.'s Bronco.

To dramatize his threat, Lieberman stood up in the middle of his FOX appearance and struggled to put on a blue blazer -- that was clearly two sizes too small for him -- exclaiming: "it just doesn't fit, I may have to quit."

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GOP SUES DIEBOLD FOR FAILING TO 'FIX' MIDTERM ELECTIONS

In a lawsuit that legal scholars are calling unprecedented, the Republican National Committee has filed suit against Diebold, the manufacturer of electronic voting machines, for breach of contract, negligence, fraud and breach of fiduciary duty - all arising out of Diebold's failure to "fix" the midterm elections in favor of the GOP.

The 189-page complaint, filed, naturally, in the Southern District of Florida, alleges that "Diebold reneged on its promises to deliver a majority of votes to Republican candidates in 49 states."

A footnote to the complaint explained that "no damages are sought regarding the Communistwealth of Taxachussets, which even elected a black guy as governor; as the GOP acknowledges that Diebold could only be expected to perform its contractual promises, not miracles."

Professor Alan Dershowitz of the Harvard Law School commented that this was the first time he could recall an action being brought against a party for failing to carry out a fraud. "Indeed," Dershowitz added, "it would be like O.J. suing a private investigator for not finding the real killer ... Oops!"

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The Other News Tomorrow

I know that everyone's eyes are on the elections today.  Ours definitely are -- especially in South Dakota where voters are casting their ballots on the abortion ban.  

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