Jewish World Review Jan. 22, 2003 / 28 Teves, 5764
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President Bush got a mixed reception for his State of the
Union on Tuesday. The congressmen looked peeved by his sexual
abstinence plan. They don't realize that due to those new camera
cell phones, he is saving Congressional careers by the dozen.
Trent Lott was chosen to stay away from the Capitol so that
in case a bomb wiped out the building he would survive to head the
U.S. government. Reaction in the black community would be
volcanic. It's President Bush's way of taking Los Angeles with him.
House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and Senator Tom Daschle
gave the Democratic Party response to the State of the Union
speech Tuesday. Everyone who watched it had the same reaction.
It's so nice that they found each other this late in life.
Ireland asked the European Parliament Monday to ban money
for sex throughout Europe. It's a health and morality issue. It
figures that the world would crack down on prostitution the same
day Iowa Democrats picked two Johns out of the lineup.
Jimmy Dean was fired as spokesman for Jimmy Dean Pork
Sausage Tuesday by his parent company Sara Lee. The singer reacted
gracefully without flipping out and screaming and scaring people.
Howard Dean accused him of disgracing the family name.
Howard Dean went crazy onstage in Iowa after his loss Monday
night and began shouting out the names of states. Kellogg's just
decided to put Howard Dean's photograph on every box of Rice
Howard Dean began singing the National Anthem to shut up a
heckler Tuesday in New Hampshire. It was not his week. He lost
Iowa, he spooked New Hampshire and his wife Judy just told him
there's something she wants to tell him on the Jerry Springer Show.
The U.S. Postal Service honored the late Paul Robeson with a stamp Tuesday. The great athlete and singer and movie star tried to convert black Americans to communism in the 1940s and wound up going from Hollywood to New York to Moscow, and he didn't return for years. And now for thirty-seven cents so can your letters.
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