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  In Today's Treehouse...
AOL wants a halftime refund
Are we fighting a real war?
No attacks on the Dems? 
Bush took FBI off bin Ladens?
No Communion for Kerry!
BFEE running Sharpton's camp?
N'Sync Singer Dumped
BFEE: Bush not AWOL
Spin explained


Quote of the Day

'"Demi Moore turned 40 on Tuesday, 
   but she feels like a 25-year-old inside." 
        --Tina Fey,   Attribution

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"This film could have easily tanked. Today's market is such an infantile market.
   Everything is geared toward 14-, 15-, 16- and 17-year-olds."
     --"Mystic River" director Clint Eastwood, on why halftime was a crotch-grabbing breastfest Attribution

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 America Online has canceled plans to stream on-demand the halftime show that it reportedly
 paid $7.5 million to sponsor. The Time Warner-owned firm is reportedly seeking a refund for
 all or some of that money. Although AOL issued a statement distancing itself from what some
 government officials are calling a crass halftime performance, a representative declined comment
 on TW's desire for compensation from Viacom.

 This is an attempt by AOL to get something for free since their business is crumbling.
 Every news/entertainment outlet in the world has shown the "offending" clip a hundred times,
 but AOL acts like they can't use the footage?  Poppycock!

 Geez, the way the media is ganging up on Janet, you'd think she was against the war.
 Hey world, it's rock n roll, get used to it or sponsor the Lawrence Welk Show, instead.


"The judgment of the voters is now clear. For me, it is now time to make a difficult
  but realistic decision. I have decided tonight to end my quest for the presidency."
    --Joe Lieberman, figuring out what everyone else knew months ago  Attribution

 Are We Fighting a Real War on Terror at All? 
   by Ivan Eland

  Click  Here

 The Bush administration recently made it known that a major offensive against al Qaeda would be launched in
 Afghanistan and Pakistan during the spring. It was even hinted that Osama bin Laden might be caught this year.

 It is curious, however, that the administration is only now getting ambitious about rounding up terrorists, when it
 has seemed lukewarm to the idea ever since the September 11 attacks. During the war in Afghanistan, the United
 States concentrated less on neutralizing al Qaeda fighters than on removing the unfriendly Taliban regime from a
 country perceived to be strategic and installing a more compliant, hand-picked government.  On two important
 occasions in the war, the administration refused to risk U.S. casualties by committing U.S. forces to fight al Qaeda
 in the Afghan mountains - relying instead on Afghan allies that were ultimately paid off to let the terrorists escape.

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"I really believe that there's going to be a blowout election.  I think that the economy's going
  to improve dramatically.  The stock market is up.  A lot of this, it will be a wealth effect in the
  country. I believe the situation in Iraq is going to settle down, and perhaps Afghanistan.
  And the people will be in a very happy mood.  And they won't want to change horses."
       --Pat Robertson, on Scarborough Country (R-Dead woman)   Attribution

 Right - who'd want to change horses in the middle of a total disaster?

 I voted Tuesday, you can guess for whom, but I was surprised
 to see the name Lyndon LaRouche on the list of Democratic candidates.

 How did that happen?
 Why can't we control who's on our ballot?

 Subject: Why I'm angry, reason 356,732

 Oh, happy day.

 It seems that the Homeland Security Bill had a provision slipped into it at the very last minute that
 would shield Eli Lilly, pharmaceutical juggernaut, from any lawsuit filed by the parents of autistic children.

 Why? Well, because Thimerosal, a preservative that Lilly puts into its vaccines, has been linked to autism
 and the parents have one hell of a case. We're talking billions upon billions of dollars here, but once again
 the big corporations who only give hundreds of thousands of dollars to political campaigns will get off scott-free.

 The funny thing about this story is that this little piece of legislative excrement isn't being claimed by anybody.
 That's right.

 Nobody wants to say they put the provision in. Nobody will own up to it.
 But I'll give you one guess which party the mystery legislator belonged to.

 In fact, I'm so sure that somebody in my party (the progressive one) wouldn't pull something this fascist
 and irresponsible, that I'll give everybody on this list a dollar if it turns out the culprit was a Democrat.

 The Hulk

How does Spock do that,
"Live prosper and long" thing?


One of the best I've seen.

 Subject: What!   No Attacks on the Democrats Today?

 Hi, Bart!   I can't believe it!  In your latest rant, Vol 1244, "Vertigo,"
 you did something I thought I would never see -- you wrote an entire issue
 without once typing a direct attack on the Democrats, with such as your
 latest favorite term, the "gelding Democrats,"  which, as is one of your things,
 you have already driven well into the ground.

 Was that intentional or an accident?
 Anyway, it sure did elevate your rants a notch higher, and I hope it's a trend instead of an oversight.

 Carl, despite your words, your position remains unclear.
 Are you saying the Democrats are a fighting team of bravery and steel resolve
 and I have mischaracterized their bravery for some unknown purpose?
 Have I unfairly maligned their willingness to do the job for which they were hired?

 It would be great if I didn't have to run that pink tutu graphic ever again,
 but it's a fact that democrats see fighting back as something "other people" do.

 I wish you had stated your objection more clearly.

 Bush took FBI agents off bin Laden family trail

  Click  Here

"America was itself to blame for the events of September 11 because the US administration was using
"kid gloves" in tracking down Osama bin Laden and "other fanatics linked to Saudi Arabia", a special BBC
 investigation has alleged in a damning indictment of the two presidents Bush and American foreign policy...

 The investigation, which featured in the BBC's leading current affairs programme, Newsnight , said the FBI
 was told to "back off" investigating one of Osama bin Laden's brothers, Abdullah, who was linked to
 "the Saudi-funded World Association of Muslim Youth (WAMY), a suspected terrorist organisation,"
 whose accounts have still not frozen by the US treasury despite "being banned by Pakistan some weeks
 ago and India claiming it was linked to an organisation involved in bombing in Kashmir".

 Newsnight said there was a long history of "shadowy" American connections with Saudi Arabia, not least
 the two presidents Bush's "business dealings" with the bin Ladens and another more insidious link revealed
 by the former head of the American visa section in Jeddah."

 This continues to be the most under-reported story of the last decade.
 Nobody wants to believe what the evidence seems to be saying.

 Surely the Bush family wouldn't put their own riches above America's safety - would they?



"Yesterday on MSNBC, televangelist Pat Robertson said the reason Democrats are
  still competitive in national elections, is that, and this is his quote, "African Americans
  don't cotton to the idea of voting for Republicans". Maybe that's because Republicans
  like Pat Robertson keep using "cotton" as a verb!"
     --Jay Leno,  Attribution

  Subject: Janet's breast

 i was wondering if the language of the patriot act is as broad to include what happened
 during the super bowl halftime show, Janet's bare breast, as a terrorist act.

 If so could you please enlighten. Scary if it is so.


 Keiv, you bet it is.
 They already raided strip clubs in Vegas under the Patriot Act because it was the only tool they could bend that far.

 The Patriot Act can arrest anybody for anything.
 The wording says "anyone the president or attorney general suspect," which could be all democrats.

 ...but Bush barked, "Sign this now," and the Democrats meekly obeyed.

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The General vs the Deserter


"I think that there is no question that Bush knew about it... was very complicit in the events of 9/11.
  If you take a look at the facts of 9/11, if there was nothing to hide, why would Bush be hiding everything?
  He didn't want the 9/11 Commission. He has been stonewalling the 9/11 Commission. They want to extend
  the 9/11 Commission. The word is now that the president and the White House doesn't want to do it...
  Think about it. For the events of 9/11 to have occurred, 116 governmental agencies and failsafe systems
  would have had to fail on that day. The odds of that happening are one in four million."
    --Phil Berg,  Attribution

 Burke would refuse communion to Kerry

  Click  Here

"If Sen. John Kerry were to stand in Archbishop Raymond L. Burke's communion line Sunday,
 Burke would bless him without giving him communion.  Kerry, a Catholic, has voted to support
 abortion rights, contrary to Catholic Church long-held teaching opposing abortion.

"I would have to admonish him not to present himself for communion," said Burke. "I might give him
 a blessing or something," he said. 'If his archbishop has told him he should not present himself for
 communion, he shouldn't. I agree with Archbishop Sean O'Malley of Boston.'"

 But if he had blown up Baghdad for no reason, the Church would accept him with open arms.

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 N'Sync Singer Dumped From Pro Bowl Show
  Bush logic coming full circle

  Click  Here

 Singer J.C. Chasez was dumped from the program at Sunday's all-star game in Hawaii
 after fellow N'Sync member Justin Timberlake's stunt with Jackson at the championship game.
 The new Pro Bowl halftime plan includes hula dancers, drummers, conch shell blowers and local singers.

"The commissioner said Monday morning that we will change our policies and procedures as it relates
 to entertainment during our games," a league spokesman said. "This is immediate action that reflects that approach."

 So, they punish JC because Justin may or may not have pulled a stunt?
 This seems to be more of that, "If Bush screws up, we blame Clinton," mindset.

 I guess anything that takes out attention away from the hundreds of dead soldiers in Iraq
 is good for the Never-elected Failure and, by extrapolation, that means it's good for the country.


"I wonder what went through my husband's mind.  I wonder what they did to him.
  I'm asking the president to have mercy on us and please investigate and stop blocking us,
  which he has been doing since 9/11.  We need the truth to heal and go forward."
   --Ellen Mariani, whose husband died on the United Airlines Flight 175 on September 11,  Attribution

 Remember: Only the guilty have a reason to hide what they knew about 9-11

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"When I look at the federal investigation being launched into the Janet Jackson boob incident,
   I realize what I like about this administration: they believe in accountability."
    --Joshua Micah Marshall,  Attribution

 Subject: A reply to your response


You replied to my "who I'am voting for" So I have a request to you, please just hear me out.
 I asked you to convince me why I should have the faith in Clark that you do and to me your answer was somewhat flippant.

 The reason I asked you is because I have four sons. Three of which are on active duty in the United States Military.
 Serving now overseas godzilla knows where.  We don't get many calls or e-mails from them, one we haven't heard from in weeks.
 Our oldest is Denny, 30 single and a Marine. He says he stays in because he loves his country and flying but can't afford to fly here
 at home because of the cost, and there he gets to for free.  Our second child is Bunny 6'4" Not a man alive who would tease him
 about the name I tagged him with at birth because he had and to this day still has the softest skin on any human, is in the Navy.

 He's been in almost six years and loves it. Both are career men.  Our third son Tony,who only decided to join after his uncle who
 was a NYC firefighter was killed when tower two came down, both his older brothers told him to go to college and then join if that
 was what he really wanted to do.  He thought he would do a little of both and joined the Army reserves in 2003.   He got though
 boot camp in Aug and was overseas by Sept. Who knew?  But it is really for our youngest son Sammy that I wanted you to convince me.

 You see bartcop he's only 12 and home with us here in Ohio, and everytime he crosses my path I grab him and  hug him.  He knows
 that I love him and that the extra hugs he is getting are really for his brothers because they are not here,But he puts up with me leaving
 the front of his shirt wet with my tears and I'am sure he rolls his eyes while I do it.  But because he loves his mom, he figures it's his duty
 to do it. ( When his brothers get home they so owe him big-time, I heard him tell his dad.)  So bartcop that is why in a word or maybe two,
 that yes Clark does worry me. Not more than Bush like you questioned me, but in other ways.   Because odds are I won't get one of my
 son's back and if this war goes on I may have to send them my last. So bartcop tell me why I should vote and convince my family
 (did I mention we have four daughters too) to vote and put what little we have in the way of money behind Clark.

 We, all of us, have a lot to lose if Bush gets another four years, but I think my husband and I may have a little bit more than most.

 Thank you for hearing me out.

 Mim, I tried to locate your letter but failed. We've printed a lot lately.  No telling if I was trying to be funny or if I was cutting corners
 or whatever, but obviously had I known you had three sons overseas I would've treated you with a lot more respect.

 Bush has shown a monstrouly-huge disregard for the safety of the troops.
 Sending them to die for no reason is proof of that.
 Sending them to Iraq without the proper weapons or armor is more proof of that.
 Trying to cut their pay while they're on the battlefield just proves what a heartless shit he is.

 Clark has led men on the ground in battle and has been shot in battle. I don't think he's going to take the order
 to send men to their deaths lightly. Bush, who never worked a day in his life and figures America's assets are his assets,
 sees those military deaths as the cost of doing business, like paying a bribe or paying a hooker to close an oil deal.
 Bush has no idea what reality is about since he's been Richie Rich all his life.

 Let me also point out that Clark is my gut decision.  I don't know a lot about him, I haven't read his book and I
 only know some of his story. But I met him, shook his hand, listened to him speak and I was damn impressed.
 Plus, he seems to be Clinton's choice and that holds a lot of weight with me, but lastly, I'm convinced he can
 beat that Bush bastard and that could be the deciding factor in bringing your sons home safely.

 When all your boys get home, would you take a picture of them in uniform so we can print it?
 Next time you write to them, tell them they have my respect and that we dedicated three shots of Chinaco to them.

 Thanks and hang in there - I know it must be tough for you.
 Assume they're all coming back safely and give Sammy an extra hug...

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 Bush team defends his military service

 See? There he is right there.

  Click  Here

 The White House mounted a rare, election-year counterattack at opposition
 Democrats accusing Bush of skirting National Guard duty during the Vietnam War.

 Bush, avoided combat in Vietnam by serving as a fighter pilot in the Air National Guard,
 but some Democrats seeking his ouster have revived questions about his attendance record.

 The issue drew media scrutiny in 2000, when a Boston Globe investigation found no evidence
 Bush performed Guard duties between May 1972 and October 1973, when he received an
 honorable discharge from service.

 On Tuesday, his Republican counterpart, Ed Gillespie, angrily accused McAuliffe of "presidential
 character assassination" and said "there is no ambiguity" about Bush's time in the Guard.

"The president was honorably discharged from the National Guard. He served his time," Gillespie
 told CNN television. "And he fought -- he served in a very dangerous area, which is fighter jets."

 But instead of telling us he showed up for all his assigned duties, why not release the records?
 Could it be because you can't?

 If Poppy could buy Junior a seat in a sold-out champagne unit of the National Guard, I don't
 think he'd have any trouble purchasing a Honorable Discharge for Junior, as well.

 Last Minute Sidebar:
 The White House has begun to buckle on this.
 Now they're saying "Bush made up for the time he missed," meaning HE WAS AWOL,
 but somehow, probably with the help of his daddy's bottomless wallet, Dubya "made up the time."

 Too bad the Democrats can't figure a way to call a deserter, "a deserter."
 If Gore or any Democrat had pushed this issue four years ago, Bush might be in Crawford right now talking to cows,.
 but no, they didn't want to fight because fighting isn't nice and we're "above" fighting for what we believe in.

 That's what makes us losers - that's why we lost everything.

 Will this year be any different?
 Or will we insist on another red-ass, thanking Mr Rove after every stroke?

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 BFEE running Sharpton's Campaign


  Click  Here

 Roger Stone, the longtime Republican dirty-tricks operative who led the mob that shut down
 the Miami-Dade County recount and helped make George W. Bush president in 2000,


  is financing, staffing, and orchestrating the presidential campaign of Reverend Al Sharpton.

 Though Stone and Sharpton have tried to reduce their alliance to a curiosity, suggesting that all they do
 is talk occasionally, a Voice investigation has documented an extraordinary array of connections. Stone
 played a pivotal role in putting together Sharpton's pending application for federal matching funds, getting
 dollars in critical states from family members and political allies at odds with everything Sharpton represents.
 He's also helped stack the campaign with a half-dozen incongruous top aides who've worked for him in prior
 campaigns. He's even boasted about engineering six-figure loans to Sharpton's National Action Network
 (NAN) and allowing Sharpton to use his credit card to cover thousands in NAN costs - neither of which
 he could legally do for the campaign. In a wide-ranging Voice interview Sunday, Stone confirmed his
 matching-fund and staffing roles, but refused to comment on the NAN subsidies.

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 Subject: Spin explained

 A current spin, and an "incoming" spin.  Here we go:

 (a) THE FACT:
 No WMDs have been found in Iraq.

 (a) THE SPIN, part 1:
"But Clinton thought there were WMDs."

 (a) THE ANSWER, part 1:
 Clinton didn't send 200,000 men and women into Baghdad.

 (a) THE SPIN, part 2:
"But most other country thought there were WMDS."

 (a) THE ANSWER, part 2:
 It's not like Sweden, Ethiopia, and Mexico have independent
 intelligence on these things.  *Most* nations that agreed there were WMDs in Iraq
 GOT THEIR INTELLIGENCE FROM US.  This is a major "duh" fact, and I
 haven't heard anyone get this point across on FOX or Clear Channel.  The
 fact is, EVERY country interested in Iraq's WMD programs gets their
 intelligence data from one of FIVE nations: the USA, the UK, France,
 Germany, and Russia.  Think about that list, and which 60% tried to stop us
 from going into Iraq!

 Here's the INCOMING spin, Bart:

 (b) THE FACT:
 George Bush went into the National Guard to avoid going to Vietnam, and
 numerous documents reveal his poor attendance while in the guard -
 including a whole year (May through April) of "unobserved" status & a
 missed medical appointment.

 (b) THE SPIN:
"The Democrats are attacking George Bush because they say the National
 Guard is an escape from real service... they're claiming that because
 George Bush served in the Guard his service was somehow not as brave as
 someone like John Kerry's.  But look at how many National Guardsmen
 (sic) there are in Iraq today!"

 Being a a firm believer in "know thy enemy" I heard this angle of
 attack yesterday on a fundamentalist FM radio station.  The smarmy
 jesus-worshiping bitch repeated this twist at least FOUR times.  If Democrats
 let up the Rapture-ublicans are going to succeed in metamorphosing the
 argument quickly.

 Given the history of Terrible McAuliffe and his non-tactician Democrats
 I'm afraid this is inevtiable.

 Phil T.
(Incidentally, I still think there will be WMDs found in Iraq.
 Hopefully the "October Surprise" mentality will be too rigid for them to overcome)

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"We need somebody who has felt the sting of battle,
  not someone who didn't even complete his tour stateside in the Guard."
    --Max Cleland,  Attribution

 Subject: Oklahoma voters

      Just looked at voting totals for the Oklahoma Primary, Bush got 59,633
 votes to win his primary.  Clark got 90,469, heck, Kerry finished third and had 81,012.

 So, roughly 300,000 Democrats came out to vote and 66,000 Republicans voted.
 Well, I wondered, how did 1996 go down, this being the last time a sitting President ran, Bill Clinton.
 The Republicans had 267,000 voters, Dole getting 157,000 votes. Bill Clinton got 279,000 votes or
 219,000 votes more than Bush gGot and they were both unapposed sitting Presidents.

 If the Demorats lose this election......

 Dennis Peters


 Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq
 Bush lied, and caused 528 to die.

From:    http://lunaville.org/warcasualties/Summary.aspx


"How can I go to the funeral and tell 'em what they died for?
  I'm their senator. You don't think that's on my conscience?"
   --Senator Fritz Hollings, speaking of US troops killed in Iraq    Attribution

 Subject: a request

 Bart, I understand that you're straight and happily married,
 but I'd give anything - pay any price to perform oral sex on you.

 Is there any way you'd consider letting me?
 Scott Gorney

 Scott, sorry, I'm just not wired that way.

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"There was nothing seen in that halftime show that you can't see in National Geographic Magazine."
    -- Rush, once again proving what a Nazi, racist bastard he is.

     by John Meeks

  Click  Here

 Distracted by Janet Jackson's nipple, the media have bought into the claim that the statements made by
 Administration officials were based on a "massive intelligence failure." Buying into this framework makes it seem
 as if the media suffer from some sort of institutional amnesia. We do not have to wait for the investigation into
 whether or not Bush stuffed his crotch before he landed on the Lincoln to know who is responsible for the shaping
 of intelligence. When the transcript of Hussein Kamal's interview with UNSCOM/IAEA was published in Newsweek.
 On August 26, 2002 "Big Time" Dick told a VFW gathering in Nashville that in 1995 Hussein Kamal had provided
 evidence that WMD and WMD programs were continuing in secret even as the UN was about to declare Iraq in
 compliance. Hussein Kamal's statements were unequivocal. He said, "All chemical weapons were destroyed."
 Concerning the activities of UNSCOM, he said, "You should not underestimate yourself. You are very effective
 in Iraq." Further he claimed, "I ordered destruction of all chemical weapons. All weapons - biological, chemical,
 missile, nuclear were destroyed." He also said that the factories devoted to weapons programs were changed
 to produce pesticides and medicine.

 Dean Says He Will Quit Race if He Fails to Win Wisconsin

  Click  Here

 Howard Dean sent an overnight e-mail message to supporters saying he would quit the race
 if he did not win the Wisconsin primary on Feb. 17.

 The message, which comes as Dr. Dean is under increasing pressure to quit the race
  is a marked shift from the candidate's recent comments.

"The entire race has come down to this: we must win Wisconsin," Dr. Dean said in the e-mail, w
 which asked for $50 contributions to put TV ads up before Wisconsin's primary.
"Anything less will put us out of this race."

 It'll be a sad day when Dean drops out.
 I hope President Kerry finds a good spot for him in his administration.

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