Thursday, May 27, 2004
DAILY 7: Kerry foreign policy; Al Qaeda truck bombs; Yahoo toolbar has Spyware; John Snow goof; Buffalo spammer; Hong Kong radio; Singapore gum
KERRY'S LATEST STAB AT FOREIGN POLICY: MAKE FRIENDS, GUYS!
Maybe we can convert Heinz Ketchup into usable energy.
Kerry outlined a security strategy based on four "principled imperatives:" building a new era of U.S.-led alliances; modernizing the military to meet fresh threats; better use of diplomatic, intelligence and economic power, and freeing America from its "dangerous dependence" on Mideast oil.
Um, like Iraq?
"As president, my number one security goal will be to prevent the terrorists from gaining weapons of mass murder," Kerry said.
What do you call the UK, Spain, Italy, Australia and others, states?
"They looked to force before exhausting diplomacy," Kerry said. "They bullied when they should have persuaded. They have gone it alone when they should have assembled a team."
Okay, now you can be a bully
"It's time for President Bush to make a sustained effort, and he should start at the (NATO) summit in Istanbul (next month) by persuading NATO to accept Iraq as an alliance mission."
AL QAEDA: TRUCK BOMBS
YAHOO TOOLBAR: IT HAS SPYWARE
TREASURY SECRETARY JOHN SNOW: MADE A $10.87 MILLION MISTAKE IN HIS PERSONAL FINANCES
FROM BUFFALO: SPAMMER GETS 3.5 - 7 YEARS IN JAIL
HONG KONG RADIO HOST: BEIJING PUSHED ME OFF THE AIR
LICENSE TO CHEW: SINGAPORE REQUIRES YOU TO REGISTER IN ORDER TO CHEW GUM AFTER 12 YEAR BAN!