Ex-Wisconsin Gov Tommy Thompson has ended his quixotic bid to be president, which is going to come as a shock to those of you who didn’t know he was running. Poor Tommy. He couldn’t even get his dog to take him seriously.
On a lighter note, Karl Rove has become the latest in a slew of escapists to bail out of the Bush Administration one step ahead of a subpoena. Best Post Title Award goes to cul heath of ratboy’s anvil, who sums it up nicely.
In other significant news:
The Washington Post devotes three precious pages of yesterday’s Business section to the importance of upscale grocery stores to the economy.
Linda Chavez proves once again that Republican gullibility is, to all intents and purposes, a bottomless pit.
Giant Bluefin tuna near extinction thanks to Bush policies deregulating commercial fishing.
Musical chairs CEO game continues as Chrysler hires fired and disgraced ex-Home Depot CEO Robert Nardelli as its new chief. If he does for them what he did for HD, Chrysler will be bankrupt in 6 months and Nardelli will walk away with yet another record-breaking severence package.
Google allows corporate shills to counter negative news stories with positive propaganda.
Bush privatization drive stymied by renegade EEOC.