July 7th, 2007


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"I just can't manage to care about Libby's sentence being commuted. The case was a teeny-tiny part of the gigantic campaign of deceit that sold the war. It's the gigantic campaign of deceit that matters. And that's something well within the power of Democrats and the U.S. media to expose, if they wanted to. Their refusal to do so is the real problem, not George Bush giving America the finger one more time."
-Jonathan Schwarz (Courtesy professorbooty.)

Keith Olbermann on the ramifications of Bush's commutation of Libby's sentence. (Courtesy thewronghands.)

What's the biggest threat to the U.S. economy? (Courtesy asimplelife.)

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"Virginia, usually a reliably Republican state in presidential elections, may become a key battleground in the 2008 election as broadly negative views among independents of President Bush and the war in Iraq have altered the presidential race."

Imagining an earth without people. (Also courtesy asimplelife.)