Jewish World Review Nov. 9, 2004 / 25 Mar-Cheshvan, 5765
important news ....
Bill Clinton said Saturday John Kerry lost the election
because the Democrats didn't talk about moral values. What a lot
of hogwash. Bill Clinton was elected U.S. president twice and his
idea of moral values is remembering to call the next day.
Tiger Woods sued the shipmaker that built his yacht for
using his picture in ads without permission. He's a champion
golfer, he married a Swedish blonde supermodel and he is about to
be awarded a free yacht. It's a shame things didn't work out for him.
Los Angeles was saluted by air quality regulators Friday for
its air cleanup efforts. The city still has the nation's highest
ground ozone level. On really bad days people in Hollywood will
crash their cars just to get a hit off the airbag.
The National Guard was red-faced Thursday after an F-16
strafed a New Jersey middle school. It was engaged in a combat
training exercise. The plane would have attacked a New York middle
school but the pilot didn't want to risk being shot down.
Arnold Schwarzenegger called Democrats losers Tuesday, a
month after he called them a bunch of girlie men. He needs to be
more disciplined. Dr. Strangelove was just released on DVD and
this is no time for an Austrian to be thinking out loud.
Hillary Clinton emerged as the most favored Democrat after
last week's party defeat. She possesses the one quality fifty-one
percent of Americans clearly demand in a leader who would direct
and protect the United States. She's Protestant.
The Dallas Cowboys got Arlington voters to finance a new
stadium. It's half of a two-step plan to restore the team's old
swagger and glory. The next step is to convince the Supreme Court
that drug tests in the workplace are unconstitution
Bill Clinton said Wednesday he is healthy enough to host his
library opening in two weeks. He had a bad reaction to heart
medicine, causing him a brief spell of memory loss. Five times on
the campaign trail last week he forgot he was married.
Ralph Nader was no factor Tuesday after he cost Al Gore the
last election in Florida, infuriating Democrats. The consumer
advocate first made a national name for himself in the field of
auto safety. He hasn't started his own car in four years.
Senate Minority Leader Tom Daschle lost his seat in South
Dakota Tuesday. He conceded late at night. It was tough to face
his followers at the post party, but even at the lowest moment of
their lives, politicians have the instincts to find the free food.
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