"At a minimum, Saddam wanted to divide the five permanent members and foment international public support of Iraq at the U.N. and throughout the world by a savvy public relations campaign and an extensive diplomatic effort," the report said.He owned three of 'em. (David L writes a nice summary of the implications in a comment to a post below.)
President Bush replies: "No, you're a liar!"
This is starting to resemble Tuesday night's veep debate.
Kerra Fowler of Indiana went to eBay and offered up her shaved skull for an anti-Bush messageShe should have purchased a wig, a hat, and a scarf if she was hoping ever to find employment.
After a sympathetic buyer bid $103.50, she got a tattoo of a large W, complete with a cowboy hat, with a red slash across it.
Fowler, a mother of four, said the winning bidder asked her not to get the tattoo. But she went through with it, using a tattoo artist in Bedford, Ind.
She gave half the money to the tattoo artist and used the rest to buy beer, pay part of a bill and buy a gift for her children.
I spent two years in elementary school with a little girl named Kathy who played the piano and used to tease me incessantly about this.