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In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
NYWT killed "Hump" story 
Bush 41 was Deep Throat? 
Whistle-Blower and Chertoff
Bush to Soc Sec: Drop Dead
Ben Stein: I love Wal-Mart 
Prescott Bush - in the news
The Army's wild Iraqi party
Thurmond's domestic rape 
Guardsmen hurt by call-up


 Quote of the Day

"That's right. He is emotional. And he has 
  a very soft side, which most people haven't 
  seen, because he is a wartime president." 
     --Pickles Bush, trying to sell the idea that
        her husband is a human being with a heart


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"Younger folks are going to be coming up in a world where either you got to
  raise taxes dramatically, borrow significant amounts of money, slash government
  programs, slash benefits in order to make that red in that chart go away."
     --Dubya, explaining another difference between his economic record and Clinton's     Attribution


 NY Whore Times killed "Hump" story to help Bush
  Kerry was afraid to bring it up, so the press dropped it


  Click  Here

 That the story hadn't gotten more serious treatment in the mainstream press was largely thanks to
 a well-organized media effort by the Bush White House and the Bush/Cheney campaign to label
 those who attempted to investigate the bulge as "conspiracy buffs" (Washington Post, 10/9/04).
 In an era of pinched budgets and an equally pinched notion of the role of the Fourth Estate, the fact
 that Kerry had no comment - perhaps for fear of earning a "conspiracy buff" label for himself - may
 also have made reporters skittish. Jeffrey Klein told Mother Jones (online edition, 10/30/04) he had
 called a number of contacts at leading news organizations across the country, and was told that unless
 Kerry raised the issue, they couldn't pursue it.

 Why was Kerry so afraid?
 If Kerry has listened to me and not painmted himself in a corner by agreeing to refrain from asking
 direct questions, he could've said, ?Mr President, what are you hiding under your coat?  I think the
 voters have a right to see what you're wearing to this important debate."

 But he lost that option when he told Vernon Jordon to accept the rules James Baker proposed.
 Why would Kerry agree up-front to give Bush immunity from having to answer questions?
 That's not what you'd do if you wanted to win.

 And before you ask, "Bart, why can't you just let it go?" just remember that the Democrats
 will make that same damn mistake in 2008 unless someone rubs their nose in it until then.



"NBC has the peacock, Fox has Hitler...what about CBS?"
      --The Daily Show's Bob Wiltfong discusses finding a new mascot for CBS,     Attribution

 I thought CBS had their new mascot...

"What can Brown do for you?"


 Bush the Smarter was Deep Throat?

  Click  Here

 The elder Bush had motivation to dislike Nixon, who had urged him to leave a safe congressional seat
 for an assistant Secretary of Treasury position and hinted he would replace Spiro Agnew on the 1972 ticket.
 Nixon reneged, and Bush ``was given the thankless task of heading the RNC 1973,'' Havill said.

 Bush was United Nations ambassador in New York from 1971 to 1973 but came to his Washington home
 on weekends. Seven of the eight Deep Throat/Woodward meetings were on weekends.

 Bush, who later became CIA director, had intimate knowledge of Washington.
"This is a guy with deep political contacts from way back,'' Havill said.
 Both Woodward and Bush are Navy men and Yale graduates.

 Woodward has said he will reveal Deep Throat's identity only when the source is dead.
 Bush may not want to come forward because the revelation he took down Nixon would
 make the entire Bush clan the ``black sheep'' of the GOP, Havill said


 Bush to Social Security: Drop Dead
   It's going to happen - if we let it

  Click  Here

 Let's cut the actuarial doublespeak: Bush comes not to save Social Security, but to bury it.

 Ever since Franklin Roosevelt installed the most successful social program in US history,
 far right fanatics of the Bush ilk have been trying to destroy it. They may be on the brink of succeeding.

 Fundamentalist conservatives despise any social welfare program that works. Their stark ideological
 crusade demands the dismantling of any program through which society can exert control over the
 economy or our common heritage, such as the natural environment.

 Their demand is precisely the opposite when it comes to personal and cultural behavior. The fundamentalist
 right WANTS the government (if they control it) to legislate "morality" when it comes to sexual choice
 (gay marriage), recreational preferences (marijuana), women's rights (freedom to choose), free speech
 (the Patriot Act), free press (censorship), sexual expression (the FCC), religion (official prayer), education
 (evolution), human rights (Guantanamo), the sanctity of life (the death penalty) and much more.

 In other words, in the name of "family values," it's fine to insert the government into our personal lives.


 Subject: dog food

 Hola Bart!

 One problem with the "The elderly are going to have to eat dog food" analogy
 - it can be damn expensive stuff.    I'd recommend pigeons: their feathers can be stuffed
 between two army surplus blankets for a lovely covering in winter, and shade in summer.

 As someone who's poor but doesn't live in America, all I can say is good luck, folks.
 Hope your government regains its sanity soon.

 Erin B

 If they want it, the dems could regain full control January 20th, 2009.
 But so far, no Democrat shows a desire to take America into a non-Bush direction.

 That, and our senators are being kissed by their destroyer.


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 Subject: plans to invade Iran

 Seems to remind me that when asked if the US was going to war with Iraq,
 Bush said "I have no war plans on my desk."
 This is the man who says he is going to deal with us with "courage and honesty".

 He had no war plans on his desk.  Hell, he probably had nothing on his desk except for
 a pencil sharpener and  those pencils that he throws up to stick into the Oval Office ceiling.

 But he had appointed a secret committee to draw up the war plans.
 Al C

 For over a year, Bush swore "I'll only go to war as a last result," but he was always lying.

 ...and according to Bush, Kerry and the networks, America voted FOR this liar last November?



"There is a problem when the turnover in the House
  of Representatives is lower than it was in the Soviet Politburo."
      - Nathaniel Persily, an election law expert at the  University of Pennsylvania,   Attribution


 Subject: Bush cuts law enforcement

 Bush is cutting law enforcement so that he can make up for the funds he spent to give
 huge tax breaks to the rich. This on the heals of his proposal to destroy social security.

 The term "privatize" is a code word that really means give the money to rich private individuals
 instead of the public. We need to quit gutting society and go back to taxing the rich. I'm tired of
 rich people paying a lower tax rate than the middle class. We are a nation in decline and going down fast.

 Terrorist don't need to attack us.
 They can just sit back and watch as we destroy ourselves.

 Marc Perkel
 San Francisco, CA.


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 Whistle-Blower and Homeland Sec Michael Chertoff
  Once again, law-breaking is rewarded in this criminal administration

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 I advised that the interview might have to be sealed and used only for intelligence-gathering or national
 security purposes, not criminal prosecution. Again, my advice was ignored.

 Three weeks later, on Jan. 15, 2002, then-Atty. Gen. John Ashcroft announced that a criminal complaint
 was being filed against Lindh. "The subject here is entitled to choose his own lawyer," he said, "and to our
 knowledge, has not chosen a lawyer at this time." I knew that wasn't true.

 Three weeks later, Ashcroft announced Lindh's indictment, saying his rights "have been carefully,
 scrupulously honored."  Again, I knew that wasn't true.

 At about the same time, I was given an untimely, unsigned, unprecedented and blistering performance
 evaluation, despite having received a performance award and a raise during the preceding year. I was told
 that the vitriolic review would be placed in my permanent personnel file unless I found another job.

 Are we surprised that Bush would nominate a criminal to run Homeland Security?
 Are we surprised that the Democrats are OK with that?



 Mary Mornin:  I have one child, Robbie, who is mentally challenged, and I have two daughters.

 Dubya: Fantastic.

    --Exchange in Omaha, Attribution

 Subject: n****r

 Interestingly, as an African American, I find your use of the word to be effective.

 Let's face it, a key component of the Republican Party is racism.
 If you ever puzzle over why ordinary people vote against their own interests,
 this may be motivation number one.

 John F

 There was only one reason why Reagan kicked off his campaign in Philadelphia, Mississppi
 Race hatred is what binds the GOP together.

 While moving, I found an old Penthouse Magazine with Howard Stern on the cover,
 Also on the cover was "Strom Thurmond's Black Daughter?"
 The date of the magazine was September, 1992
 For over a decade, maybe several decades, the "libera; press" hid the facts surrounding
 Strom Thurmond's rape of his family maid because the press protects Republicans while
 fabricating lies against Democrats.
 In the article, it said, "...some suggest that Thurmond's racist rhetoric was merely a vote-getting tool,"
 that he, in fact, didn't hate black people at all.  Looks like Reagan used that very same tool.
 That's how you win elections on the south - you let these people...


  know that you're with them, and you do that by getting naked with Bob Jones or push polling voters
 to say that John McCain has black children or you announce your campaign in Philadelphia, Mississippi.
 That way, the racist bastards get the message and they come out for you on election day.

 That's how you win elections in today's racist America.

 Sorry I had to censor you, but we have to watch what we say.



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 I love Wal-Mart
   by millionaire Ben Stein

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 Wal-Mart is a major blessing for most Americans who live close enough to one to shop there and for
 the people who work at them. My smart friend C.L. Werner in Omaha made the point really clearly.
 When a Wal-Mart opens in a town, he said, it's as if everyone in the town got a raise. That's because the
 stuff at Wal-Mart is so much cheaper than that same merchandise was anywhere else. This is not a trivial thing.
 Wal-Mart offers {astounding prices} every day. This makes the people who shop there richer. Price matters
 a lot to most people. I am sure Wal-Mart is stiff competition for the stores and supermarkets across America.
 I feel bad for the people who lose their stores because of Wal-Mart. But not everyone is a store owner.

 Yeah, screw the small business owner that Bush claimed he was helping with his tax cuts.
 Pamper the gazillionaires who sell products made by Chinese prison sweatshops - for less.

"Ever notice the defenders of Wal-Mart are the rich pricks who don't shop there?"
    -- Matt H


 Subject: the end of Social Security

 Doesn't this frost your ass?
 How does one get from seeing a crisis in Social Security to fixing it
 by privitizing and therein taking more money OUT of SS?

 He's pretty much ruined the economy already, and nobody seems to mind
 the huge deficit, or vote machine fraud, so i guess we're probably going to
 have to watch him, (THEM! Remember Bush is a puppet!), destroy SS, too.

 Thanks for all you do, Bart!
 Just wish someone was listening!



 22 Iraqi Officers Killed Near Baghdad
   It's getting better in Iraq - just like Bush promised

  Click  Here

 Insurgents in pickup trucks attacked a police station near Baghdad Sunday, prompting an
 hourlong gunfight that killed 22 Iraqi security forces and 14 attackers, a police official said.

 Ali said five Iraqi national guardsmen and 17 police were killed and 18 security personnel
 were wounded.  He said the attackers used automatic weapons and rocket-propelled grenades.

 ...but freedom's on the march, and Bush says he smells victory in the air.


 Subject: something to make you smile

 How many Bush administration officials does it take to change a lightbulb?

 There is nothing wrong with the light bulb; its' conditions are improving every day.
 Any reports of its' lack of incandescence are a delusional spin from the liberal media.
 There is no shortage of filament.
 That light bulb has served honorably, and anything you say undermines the lighting effect.
 Why do you hate freedom?



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Evan Maitland was sent to bring in a rape suspect who has the Jamaican
mob out to kill him. With one a determined policewoman to back him up,
Maitland has to outwit the bad guys and find a way to stay alive.

Click  Here

 Subject: regarding Molly Ivins

 The world makes abosolutely no sense anymore unless you get up every morning and say to yourself, as a reminder;
"There has been a coup in this country and George Bush is trying to kill us all,"  then things will make sense again.



 New England (yawn) wins another Super Bowl
   Next year, commercials will cost $450 for a full minute

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 The Patriots, the team with no stars, became a full-fledged (yawn) dynasty with
 their third Super Bowl victory in four years, beating the Philadelphia Eagles 24-21.

 A team for the decade. A team for the ages. A team tp nap by.

 The NFL-planned celebration is virtually impossible to distinguish from one year to the next,
 but that didn't lessen the Patriots' accomplishment in the era of salary caps and free agency.
 The usual parades will take place in the usual places.

 Can the NFL survive a Patriots dynasty?
 Pre-game reports said Patriots memorbilia was the worst selling in the entire NFL line.
 The excuse they used was "every fan who wanted some Patriot's stuff already had some."



 Woman in Audience:  I don't really understand. How is it the new
    [Social Security] plan is going to fix that problem?

 Dubya:    Because the -- all which is on the table begins to address the big
    cost drivers. For example, how benefits are calculated, for example, is on
    the table. Whether or not benefits rise based upon wage increases or price
    increases. There's a series of parts of the formula that are being considered.
    And when you couple that, those different cost drivers, affecting those -- changing
    those with personal accounts, the idea is to get what has been promised more likely
    to be -- or closer delivered to what has been promised. Does that make any sense
    to you? It's kind of muddled. Look, there's a series of things that cause the -- like,
    for example, benefits are calculated based upon the increase of wages, as opposed to
    the increase of prices. Some have suggested that we calculate -- the benefits will rise
    based upon inflation, as opposed to wage increases. There is a reform that would help
    solve the red if that were put into effect. In other words, how fast benefits grow, how
    fast the promised benefits grow, if those -- if that growth is affected, it will help on the red.
        --America's Monkey, attempting adult conversation, Tampa, Feb. 4, 2005,     Attribution

 So when the money ends up missing, people will think,
"Bush was too stupid to steal it. He must've lost it, instead."

 Fell better, America?


 Army red-faced over pictures of wild Iraq party

  Click  Here

 Female soldiers stripped to their skivvies for a mud-wrestling bout, and sergeants allegedly
 were lending their rooms to G.I.s for sex last year at the Army's Camp Bucca prison in Iraq.

 Photos of a wild Oct. 30 party at the camp show women soldiers baring their breasts to men,
 and other female G.I.s clad in bras and panties wrestling in a mud-filled plastic pool for the men.

 The episode, which experts called a serious breakdown of military discipline, prompted a probe
 in Iraq and still is under investigation by stateside military authorities.

 Having never been in the military, I'm not as outraged as I'm supposed to be.
 This doesn't sound like professional behavior, but is it wrong or dangerous behavior?
 People putting their lives on the line aren't allowed to blow off some steam?

 To prevent sexual harrassment, I can see why men and women of different ranks
 shouldn't have sex, but does the army expect 150,000 people to remain celebate?

 When fictional Hawkeye Pierce was nailing nurses 30 years ago - was America outraged?


 Prescott Bush - Back in the news
   C.I.A. Agrees to Disclose Nazi Records

  Click  Here

 Under pressure from Congress, the C.I.A. has formally agreed to a broad new interpretation
 of a 1998 law that requires disclosure of classified records related to Nazi war criminals,

 The C.I.A. explicitly pledged for the first time to "acknowledge any relationship" between the C.I.A.
 and SS members, regardless of whether there was any information specifically tying them to war crimes.
 The message said the C.I.A. had also agreed that documents "concerning acts performed by Nazi war
 criminals, to include members of the SS, on behalf of C.I.A." are relevant and are subject to disclosure.

 Can the BFEE survive the truth coming to light?
 Will the ghosts of Auschwitz haunt this president from office?


 Guardsmen, reservists hit hard at home by call-ups
 Currently, guardsmen and reservists
 can generally be called up for no more
 than 24 months of active duty, but the
 Pentagon is onsidering raising that limit.

  Click  Here

 Young and Parsons are part-time soldiers, majors in the Army Reserve whose recent tours of active duty
 in Afghanistan wrenched them from their lives in western New York for a year each, nearly destroying
 Parson's veterinary practice and putting strains on Young's tiny accounting firm.

 When Parsons came home after a yearlong call-up to Afghanistan in August 2003, he was within a month
 of having to file bankruptcy papers. He'd been unable to find another doctor to fill in during his absence.
 Meanwhile, Young spent most of 2002 in Afghanistan, forcing his wife to go to work with his father to
 keep clients from abandoning Young and Co., the small accounting firm he had started five years earlier.

 The lives of these two officers and a half dozen of their Army Reserve comrades in Rochester offer a
 window into the growing strains that many warn are threatening to break America's part-time military.

 Bunch of whiners...
 Ask not, what hardships your family must endure.
 Instead, give your lives to make Bush richer, because he's royalty so he deserves it.


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Bush's U.S. soldier body count in Iraq

1441, 1447, 1449, dead soldiers under Bush

I heard a story on AAR. The talk in Bagdad is
"We use to have Saddam, but now we have 1,000 Saddams."
There is no law, no police force, no order of any kind.
The strong rape, murder and steal from the weak
in the most lawless city in the world.

"Thank you, Meester Bush..."

 Canseco outs steroid users in bombshell book
  Says Monkey knew about steroids when he "owned" the Rangers

  Click  Here

 The book, "Juiced: Wild Times, Rampant 'Roids," hits bookstores Feb. 21 and is already
 causing a firestorm in baseball circles.  Baseball executives are worried about the book's contents.

"Hoo boy," one top major league executive said. "This is going to be bad."

 Canseco's claims the following players joined him in using steroids:
 Mark McGwire, Jason Giambi, Ivan (Pudge) Rodriguez, Rafael Palmeiro and Juan Gonzalez but
 he also says 80 percent of the players use, so why so few names, I wonder?

 Canseco claims the Ranger's managing partner - George Monkey Bush - had to have been
 aware that his players were using performance-enhancing drugs but did nothing about it.


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 I'm taking a gun safety course on self defense in 2 weeks, Bart.
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 Subject: justify it

 You repeatedly make erroneous claims that are laughable because they are preposterous.

 One of the biggest lies is that the Bushes get 100 million dollars every day.
 Do you have any concept of how much money that is?

 Not really, I'm not from a murdering, global crime family, so I've never had that kind of money.

 Do you really understand that would be $36.5 Billion each year?
 I can't imagine you do.

 I may be a recovering Catholic with ADD and an IQ of 64, but I can multiply real good.
 365 days multiplied by $100M a day comes to $36.5 billion a year - you are correct!

 Now, if you add in the $11 trillion that's missing from the Treasury, and then add in the
 hundred of millions given to Halliburton for no-bid contracts, then add in the trillions that
 Bush used to set up his secret "shadow government," and soon, you're talking real money.

 Answer these questions:
 1. Where is the money being kept?

 Koresh's truth be known, I'm not on that committee, but my best guess is Kuwait.
 They're laundering the oil for the BFEE and after all, they're stupid enough to thank Bush 41
 for saving them from a war that Bush ordered like it was a steak at Mortons in Las Vegas..

 2. Who actually gets the money?

 ha ha
 The little poor children and the charities, you idiot.
 You don't think evil men steal money to keep it for themselves, do you?
  ha ha

 3. How do the Bushes conceal their sale of oil from everyone?

 That's actually a great question.
 They conceal it by suggesting that anyone who asks questions is "helping the terrorists."
 So the Democrats keep quiet and the press cooperates with the Bush spin machine.

 But an easier way to make the point is this way: Why don't you tell me where that oil
 is going every day and who is accounting for the accuracy of each barrel being pumped?
 Suddenly, you're as stuck as Bush is in Iraq.

 4. How come the infrastructure of Iraq has been improved so much if the Bushes are stealing all this money?

 Besides the oil production facilities, Iraq is a total mess.
 If there are success stories about Iraq's infrastructure, where are the pictures?

 Do you have any answers at all or did some idiot just tell you that and you just believed it?
 Bill Foster

 It's true that one of us in an idiot who will believe anything he's told, but we're looking at you until
 you can explain where the profits from Bush's 2M barrels a day (each priced at $46) are going.

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