Jewish World Review Dec. 8, 2005 / 7 Kislev, 5766
And now for the important news ....
By Argus Hamilton
President Bush honored Hanukkah at a White House ceremony
Tuesday. It marks an ancient victory aided by a lamp with enough
oil for one night that miraculously burned for eight. For many
generations afterwards, Ethanol was a popular Jewish name.
Howard Dean said in a radio interview Monday that the war in
Iraq isn't winnable. He's switching an old stage routine of his. He
said we're gonna lose in Iraq, then North Korea, then Iran, then
Syria, then he let out a scream that caused a stampede back to Bush.
New York Republican U.S. Senate candidate Jeanine Pirro
decided Monday to stay in next year's race despite published
reports of marital troubles. Her husband has a mistress. Everyone
knows that one mistress isn't enough to beat Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton was targeted Tuesday by an anti-war group
that vows to heckle her wherever she goes. The world has changed.
The number-one golfer's black, the number-one rapper's white, and
Bill and Hillary Clinton are being picketed by hippie protesters.
Teddy Kennedy expressed disapproval Monday of Judge Sam Alito's answers on his questionnaire. He's a hard-line conservative. He gave six different answers to a question about conflict of interest and four of them were funeral arrangements.
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