Two turkeys get pardoned. From the Rose Garden President Bush granted a pardon to May and Flower. They’re going to Disney World. Meanwhile, U.S. Border Agents Ramos and Compean remain caged.
I also thank everybody who voted online to choose the names for our guests of honor. And I’m pleased to announce the winning names. They are “May” and “Flower.” They’re certainly better than the names the Vice President suggested, which was “Lunch” and “Dinner.”
Due to the WGA strike, the next Democratic Party debate, co-sponsored by CBS and the DNC, scheduled for Dec. 10 may be cancelled. Hostess (?) Katie (the tart) Couric just can’t get a break. Good news though for Sen. Clinton. She was the first to announce that she wouldn’t cross a picket line. The less debates she has to attend the better. Coming from Hillary, there is one position you can count on her not changing.
“It is my hope that both sides will reach an agreement that results in a secure contract for the workers at CBS News, but let me be clear: I will honor the picket line if the workers at CBS News decide to strike,” Clinton said.
Mayor Lino Donato of Poteet, Texas has to register as a sex offender for charges relating to two underage girls. According to the 1000 feet rule barring sex offenders from places where children go, he would be prohibited from going to City Hall.
Free sandwich to the person who identifies the mayor’s political party affiliation.
Former French President Jacques Chirac has been placed under formal investigation for embezzlement of public funds. He apparently received his embezzlement training as mayor of Paris for 18 years before moving up to the big time, the United Nations “Oil For Food” program as President of France.