An inspector for the United Nations says he cannot find any evidence that Iran is working to build nuclear weapons.
The United States, of course, says the inspector is all wet and our intelligence says the country is doing just what we say it is just as we’re trying to make a case to justify an invasion.
Republican presidential wannabe Fred Thompson says he is worried about a long-term American presence in Iraq.
So are most of the American people, according to polls.
And so are just about everyone out there except for President George W. Bush and the dwindling few who still think he has a grip on reality.
Homeland Security boss Michael Chertoff is trying to convince the rest of the world that he knew nothing about the phony press conference staged last week by the Federal Emergency Management Agency.
Yeah, right. Chertoff is known as a micro manager who insists that everything go through him. Does he expect anyone to believe that FEMA staged a phony press conference without clearing it with him?
Not bloody likely.
Democratic presidential wannabe Barack Obama wanted to kick off his campaign in South Carolina but a decision to do so with a series of gospel concerts kicked off a firestorm of protests.
Maybe Democrats should leave the bible-thumping to the Republicans.
Obama's gospel concerts raise controversy – Democratic Sen. Barack Obama kicked off a series of local outreach gospel concerts Friday in Charleston, South Carolina, that unexpectedly came back to bite his campaign.
Republican presidential wannabe Mitt Romney is critical of what he calls Democratic front runner Hillary Clinton’s “House of Horrors.”
Let’s see if we have this straight. A Republican, running from the party that gave us George W. Bush, thinks someone else is a house of horrors?
Must be Halloween.