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A BUZZFLASH GUEST CONTRIBUTION
by Martha Rosenberg

Senator Edward Kennedy just got less popular with Big Pharma. If that's possible.

After taking on prescription drug prices, he is now tangling with antibiotics used in livestock.

MS. SMITH GOES TO WASHINGTON

BuzzFlash,

What should rules without responsibility remind Americans of today? It's Bush's whole rose-colored world. Society without established rules that require responsibility would lead to complete chaos. A society where everyone is in charge of only themselves. No government at all. Doesn't that have a special "GOP ring" to it? Again, the Bush GOP's idea of government is that there is no government for the people. Rules made by the rulers are only intended for those being ruled. It's sorta, kinda like Bush's whole life, doing what comes naturally wherever the hell he happens to be ... without responsibility.

A BUZZFLASH NEWS ALERT

People For the American Way Response to Attorney General Gonzales' Press Conference

"I accept responsibility, but ..." - Attorney General Gonzales at his press conference earlier today.

Tuesday, 13 March 2007 07:25

BuzzFlash Mailbag for March 13, 2007

BUZZFLASH MAILBAG

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Subject: The Other Prosecutors?

WORLD ENERGY WATCH
edited by Gloria Lalumia 

The World Energy Watch presents recent news and analysis highlighting the activities of the players involved in the power struggle for the world's remaining energy resources 

A BUZZFLASH GUEST CONTRIBUTION
by Peter Michaelson

Washington D.C. (NIS) - Impersonator Rich Little's presentation to the White House Correspondents Association annual dinner didn't evoke any laughter at all, except for a few stifled chortles from Jon Stewart, who was seated at the very back of the ballroom. Here, from the White House correspondents own News Impersonation Service, are excerpts from that presentation:

A BUZZFLASH GUEST CONTRIBUTION
by Jules Carlysle

The lady doth protest too much, methinks.
--From Hamlet

As a young girl of 12, I started working fulltime in a professional theatre. Six days a week, 4 p.m. to midnight after grade school, I took two busses across town to wash clothes and mop up after some of the most delightfully eccentric and flamboyantly gay artists in the known universe.

A BUZZFLASH GUEST CONTRIBUTION
by Michael Winship

I love the theater but never come late. Or try not to. I had a girlfriend many years ago who so consistently was late for the theater I fantasized about publishing a book of the first acts of plays we'd missed because of her pokiness.

BARBARA'S DAILY BUZZFLASH MINUTE

Mr. Carville, we know your wife is a Repuglican, we know you love her very much, but really sir, when did you start advising the Repuglican Party??? "CARVILLE: ... I also think that there's a good chance that the Republican nominee is not even in the race yet. BLITZER: So, give me some names. CARVILLE: Jeb Bush. He's ... the only person I know who could unify the Republican Party. ... there's a political market ... there's great dissatisfaction ... I don't see a unifying force within the Republican Party right now that can run for president, other than Jeb Bush. That's why I think that, in -- in the end, the party will turn to him." Another Bush indeed, what a revolting development that would be! Does anyone really want "apocalypse now"??? 

This doesn't really surprise me
But I do want to point out at this time
That everywhere Karl seems to be
Seems to be the scene of the crime.

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