In " Greater Georgelandia," Mark Fiore shows us how George W. Bush tries to keep Crazyland intact by "Royal Rule Changes" -- also known as Executive Orders.
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And here's our buddies at Headzup with their version of Sarah Palin campaigning for the repugnant Saxby Chambliss who, against all reason and intellect, was just reelected to the U.S. Senate by the sizable backwoods demographic in Georgia.
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And we end with The Onion with a view of what Republicans would be considering for our combat troops if the GOP hadn't been tossed out of the White House and neutered almost entirely in the Congress.
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He is the coauthor of The Real McCain and his work has appeared in the San Francisco Examiner, the Cleveland Plain Dealer and the New York Journal News. A contributing writer to The Huffington Post and Alternet, Bob also makes appearances to comment on Senate activity on many popular radio programs.