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Target Stores has an idea for you: How about being an "Illegal Alien"?
That's right, complete with Area 51 alien rubber mask orange prison jumpsuit emblazoned with the words "Illegal Alien" and your very own green card, you can show your neighbors your grasp on the issues of the day and get candy too!
As one of the reviews for the costume reads:
The costume is a sick sign of the times we are living in this country where those who are not "people like us" might as well be from another planet and are considered less than human. I am surprised Target would promote such a mentality.
Stay classy, Target.
As Shakespeare's Sister would point out, "Someone Call the Waaaaaaaahhhmbulance!" Reporters have to stand in line for their hotel keys? No time to relax? Mr. Welch, you're on camera for CNN. If you don't like it, I can think of, oh, fifteen hundred people off the top of my head who would like your job. When CNN anchor Candy Crowley follows up your story with "don't you believe a word of it." I think your creativity, not to mention your credentials, are being questioned.
Faiz once again pulls out the quotes to catch Bob not being honest.
Heres what Bob Novak just told Candy Crowley on CNN:
NOVAK: I cant I cant tell anything I ever talked to Karl Rove about, because I dont even think I talked to him about anything, even the time of day, on the record. [CNN, Inside Politics, 7/26/05]
Now go to Think Progress for the answers.
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It's about kindergarten criminals, tasers, choke holds and Florida justice:
Read the following from the Tallahassee Democrat and I think you'll see what I mean:
A 5-year-old girl was arrested, cuffed and put in back of a police cruiser after an outburst at school where she threw books and boxes, kicked a teacher in the shins, smashed a candy dish, hit an assistant principal in the stomach and drew on the walls.
The students were counting jelly beans as part of a math exercise at Fairmount Park Elementary School when the little girl began acting silly. That's when her teacher took away her jelly beans, outraging the child.
Minutes later, the 40-pound girl was in the back of a police cruiser, under arrest for battery. Her hands were bound with plastic ties, her ankles in handcuffs.
"I don't want to go to jail," she said moments after her arrest Monday. read on
You can't make this stuff up!
When the book came out, Sharon denied that she ever said it. Only problem was, there was one other person there when Kitty was listening to Sharon. According to the New York Times (registration required):
Doubleday, the book's publisher and part of the Random House division of Bertelsmann, said it stood by Ms. Kelley's reporting. The publisher said in a statement that Ms. Kelly met with Ms. Bush for a four-hour lunch on April 1, 2003, where an unnamed third party heard the conversation, and that Ms. Kelley's editor, Peter Gethers, discussed the same material with Ms. Bush over the phone.
Lou Colasuonno, a former publicist for Ms. Bush, confirmed that he was the third party at the lunch and contradicted her denial. "I have not seen the book, I have only seen news reports," Mr. Colasuonno said. "According to what I have seen, what has been reported, I would not dispute that."