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Wednesday, November 21, 2007

McClellan: Bush Lied To Me

One of the big news stories this morning was about former Bush Press Secretary Scott McClellan's book, which will be published next year. In the book McClellan says that Karl Rove, Scooter Libby, and Dubbya misled him about the Valerie Plame case. As a result, he provided misinformation to the country. Golly, what a big surprise. We were provided misinformation by Bush administration officials, and the President was involved. We're so used to lies from Bush & Co. that this hardly rates more than a shoulder shrug. So what else is new, Scotty? You expect to sell a lot of books with this revelation? That's like trying to sell a newspaper with the headline that the sun will rise tomorrow morning.

Also in the news: scientists can produce stem cells from skin cells. That's apparently good news to the religious nut-case set, who oppose any embryonic stem cell research for their nut-case, life-begins at conception, etc., reasons. Now, can you produce brain cells from these skin stem cells for the whack job religious fanatics and their champions like Dubbya?

PHOTO: The historic Reading Railroad "Head House." This massive building, located downtown on Market Street in Philly, used to be the portal to the once great Reading RR tracks, which were housed in a huge train shed just behind this structure. The tracks are gone, but that shed now houses part of the new Convention Center.


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