Wonkette's Week in Review: Wild Mardi Gras Saturday Senate Vote
* WALNUTS! McCain said he fears something like the Tet Offensive that would change American public opinion against the war. This is a valid concern as 62% of Americans already oppose the war. McCain also underwent dramatic web redesign, edging in on Wolverine's fansite.
* Australia's PM John Howard said: "If I was running al-Qaeda in Iraq, I would put a circle around March 2008 and pray, as many times as possible, for a victory not only for Obama, but also for the Democrats."
* Barry Hussein Obama said "Shoot. Me. Now."
* Just Fresh bakery sent out a desperate press release announcing they are skirtingnew House ethics rules. House staffers, please continue to enjoy free mini-quiche and forward this your colleagues at area law firms, lobby/PR shops, trade associations, corporate government affairs offices and PACs.
* Florida Republican Ric Keller's feelings are hurt that Iraqis haven't said thank you. He suggests we stop mowing Iraqi lawns until they send over a Just Fresh pastry platter.
* Kyle Dusty Foggo was #3 at the CIA and steered contracts to Brent Wilkes who was Duke Cunningham's drinking buddy. Both Foggo and Wilkes and somebody named John T. Michael were indicted for conspiracy, wire fraud, and money laundering. As for their hookers, we excerpted the good parts here.
* We liveblogged Bush's press conference where he gravely warned "The operation to secure Baghdad will take time, and there will be violence."
* The WP's Howard Kurtz wrote a profile of Michelle Malkin. Ken Layne contributes, calling her behavior "predictably psychotic."
* There is more for you. Find your Second Life.