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Weekend-Monday   Dec 31-Jan 2, 2006   Volume 1681 - Reverse Course 

Quote of the Day

"Bush acted with a flagrant disregard for the separation of powers.  Will Bush concede there are any limits to his authority to conduct the war on terror?" 
      -- Bruce Fein, lawyer in Reagan's Justice Dept,   Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
What's Best for U.S.? 
Hinckley semi-free 
Hillary Backlash 
Magical Victory Tour
Big Brother Bush
Bill of Rights 
Brownie Quote 
Ten Commandments 
Scarlett Johansson 



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"When I think of Bush, I think of arrogance, greed and lies.
  He is a thug, a buffoon and a coward.
  Not only is he incompetent, he is corrupt."
   -- Tim Abbott, Vietnam veteran,  Link


What's Best for the Country?
  as seen on  consortiumnews.com


There is no room left to duck the issues or finesse the facts.  Either the United States will accept a future
governed by an authoritarian Executive, with few safeguards of a citizen's constitutional rights and no real
checks and balances from other branches of government, or the American people will challenge the
White House in defense of a traditional Republic, where no man is above the law.

George W. Bush has left almost no wiggle room. He has asserted as clearly as any Executive could
that he is the law; that he can define his own powers; that the Constitution is whatever he says it is;
that Congress can't constrain him; and that the Courts must not try to "usurp" his authority.

Bush might brush aside the Supreme Court as just one more "usurper."

Note: consortiumnews.com  is the most important site on the Internet.


Idiot Judge Grants Hinckley Multi-Night Visits


An idiot federal judge Friday loosened the restrictions on John Hinckley, allowing the
deranged shooter to spend seven overnight visits with his parents in Williamsburg, Va.

Hinckley, who shot Reagan in 1981, had been permitted to leave the hospital in Washington
for outings around the nation's capital. He wanted to make longer trips and travel outside the area
to his parents' community in southeastern Virginia.

U.S. District Judge Paul L. Friedman ruled Hinckley could be allowed initially three, three-night visits
and later another four, four-night visits.

Too bad this idiot judge can't order Jim Brady to have his old brain back.
And please, God, make this handjob judge a Reagan or Bush judge - please?


The Hillary Backlash
 Democrats can't wait to destroy her


Rising antiwar sentiment among Dems -- and inevitable saturation coverage of Hillary's war position
-- will make her vulnerable to criticism from Russ Feingold and others in 2008. Just how long will the
Democratic base tolerate not just her war position, but her generally cautious, noncomittal approach as senator?

The general approach of rank-and-file liberal Dems to Hillary has been to grant her a great deal of ideological
maneuvering room in the knowledge that her first political task as senator was to begin affecting her big transformation
from harridan first lady to respectable, nonthreatening legislator. Thus, they've overlooked their discomfort with her
failure to become a kind of liberal trumpet in the Senate a la Ted Kennedy. But liberals have gotten precious little in
return for their tolerance, aside from the pleasure of seeing her defy her enemies and succeed, which isn't much in the
way of payback, and patience among libs is wearing mighty thin.

What good would it do for Hillary to come out now?
Will Bush change his mind?
Will the troops come home?
Will Bush apologize and resign?

It seems pointless for anyone to worry, in 2005, what Russ Feingold might say about Hillary in 2008.
The writer asks: "How long will the Democratic base tolerate not just her war position,
but her generally cautious, noncomittal approach as senator?"
Uh - how about until Inauguration day, 2009?

Y'know, it's not like the rank-and-file liberal Dems are forced to build a giant pyramid for Der Monkey
in the hot desert sun while Hillary sips Mint Juleps and laughs at them.  Hillary's decision to keep a low
profile is excellent strategy because the Bush-owned press can't wait to turn her in Hanoi Hillary.

Each day that goes by, more people agree that the war was a disaster.  As anti-war momentum builds
against Bush, it will be harder and harder to portray Hillary's anti-war stance as "wildly radical."
In 2006, will anyone remember that she came out against the war in 2006 instead of 2005?

Clearly, the writer hates Hillary's guts, ("harridan first lady") and having destructive opinions is his right.
It's also the Democrats' right to stab their best chance of winning the White House in the back.

The Clintons are used to that. That's how we lost both Houses, remember?
The Democrats agreed with the GOP that the Clintons had to be stopped, so the public elected Republicans.

We should make two rules:
When you write an "I hate Hillary column," you should have to name a more-electable candidate
and you should be required to declare if you have taken money from the Republican Party.


Impeachment Checklist


Familiarize yourself with "The Question.":

"The Bush administration simply cannot answer this one question - if time was of the essence,
why didn't they conduct the searches and get the warrants after the fact, something that is allowed
under the FISA law? They conducted the searches alright, but they never once sought the retroactive warrants."


Subject: Bush's crimes

Instead of investigating President Bush for breaking the law by illegally spying without the required warrant,
the Justice Department has opened an investigation into who is leaking that Bush was breaking the law.
"We are opening an investigation into the unauthorized disclosure of classified materials related to the NSA,"
an official said on condition of anonymity.

So the Bush Justice department is leaking to the press that they are opening an investigation into leaking
to the press.   Bush logic never ceases to amaze me.

Marc Perkel
San Francisco, CA




"No one will believe Democrats can be tough on terrorists until Democrats get tough on Republicans.
  As to standing up for what we believe in, regardless of whether we have the votes on any particular issue,
  I call it the "win by losing" strategy. The Republicans used it quite successfully to take over the entire country.
     -- Carolyn Kay   MakeThemAccountable.com


U.S. Constitution: Sixth Amendment
Sixth Amendment - Rights of Accused in Criminal Prosecutions

In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy
the right to a speedy and public trial,
by an impartial jury and
to be informed of the nature and cause of the accusation;
to be confronted with the witnesses against him;
to have compulsory process for obtaining witnesses in his favor,
and to have the Assistance of Counsel for his defence.



The New Year
 by Mark Morford


Are you ready?  You need to be, because here's the bad news: We have three more ungodly and humiliating
and colon-curdling years of BushCo. We have three more years of some of the most miserable foreign and
environmental and human-rights policy you will see in your lifetime.

We have three more years of brutal unforgivable war and misprision and of the religious right trying to cram
its splintered stick of wicked self-righteousness straight up the country's yamdinger, and if I'm here to tell you
anything at all I am here to tell you this: Your energy is needed. Right now.


 Chapter Twelve

Today: Gar's Take on Women

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"It's pretty stunning that, rather than focus on whether the president broke his oath of office
and broke federal law, they are going after the whistleblowers.  This confirms many of the fears
about Gonzales' appointment ÷ that he would not be sufficiently independent from the president
and that he would play the role of a crony."
    -- Anthony Romero, of the ACLU,    Link

I have a question:
How does revealing that Bush is spying on everybody help the terrorists?

Don't terrorists assume they're being spied on?
How did the revelation of Bush's crimes help them?


Random Thought...

According to a survey on an online gambling site, the world leader
that gamblers would most like to play poker with was Der Monkey.

When asked why, they said they chose Bush because of his
tendency to go "all in" even when he's got nothing.


Nobody bought his "I'm in love" act

Marines pay $100K for retooled jeep
 They're buying 400 at that price - with our money


The Marines are paying $100,000 apiece for a revamped Vietnam-era jeep.
The price tag is seven times what a deluxe commercial version (2006 model) of the vehicle costs.

The Marines and General Dynamics, say the "Growler" has been thoroughly revised with modern
automotive parts and adapted to fit on the V-22 Osprey, a heli-plane that crashes constantly.
The Marines have budgeted to buy more than 400 Growlers under a $296 million contract.

$296 million?
I wonder how much of that goes in Bush's crooked pocket?


Army loses track of $65 million
 Drop in the bucket with Bush stealing twice that by noon each day


The Army can't account for $68 million in parts and tools shipped to contractors for repairs
in 2004 because it doesn't demand receipts, congressional auditors said Wednesday.

"Although the Defense Department policy requires the military services to confirm receipt of all assets
shipped to contractors, the Army is not consistently recording shipment receipts in its inventory
management systems," the Government Accountability Office said in a 34-page report.

In earlier audits, the GAO found a similar lack of basic accounting oversight with Navy and
Air Force parts and tool shipments.

How totally f-ing absurd is this?
If you buy a loaf of bread, you get a cash receipt - but the military doesn't bother with such
minor trivialities as cash receipts when they're dealing with millions of dollars of our money?

$65 million?
I wonder how much of that went in Bush's crooked pocket?


Subject: punk-ass kid goes to Baghdad


He's then flown by the 101st Airborne at taxpayer goddamned expense back to Fort Lauderdale,
but not before handing in a journalistic essay for his fucking private school rich assed gated community
preppy class to the whoring dumbfucks at the Associated Press.

The BIG story is that a KID can get to Baghdad.
No wonder Iraq is full of terrorists, they have open borders.

Who (besides Bush) invades a country and doesn't watch their back?

This seems like more proof that Bush wants turmoil - so he can keep stealing.
He may have an approval rating of 41 percent, but since he's stealing $120M a day,
he doesn't care what history says about his bungled decisions in his bungled war?

Open borders, tortured Arabs and free C-4 explosives = Bush making money.



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Bush's Magical Victory Tour


There are no T-shirts for this concert tour, but if there were, the venue list on the back would make for
one of the weirder souvenirs in rock & roll history. U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland,
November 30th, no advance publicity, closed audience: check. Here at the Omni, December 7th,
again no advance warning, handpicked audience, ten reporters max (no one else knew about it),
with even the cashiers in the hotel's coffee shop unaware of the president's presence: check.
Dates three and four, venues and dates unknown for security reasons: check and check.

This is how President Bush takes his message to the people these days: in furtive sneak-attack
addresses to closed audiences of elite friendlies at weird early-morning hours.

Bush in person always strikes me as the kind of guy who would ask a woman for a hand job at the
end of a first date. He has days where he looks like she said yes, and days where the answer was no.
Today was one of his no days.


Subject: I'm subscribing

I've been reading your page everyday.  I'm sending a donation by snail mail.
The final spark to subscribing was a trip back from Fort Leonard Wood with my son and a few of his classmates
who had just graduated from Military Police training.  These are just kids, clueless kids who don't even know how
to navigate an airport.

I was particularly struck by the apathy of their fellow passengers who couldn't seem to look these soldiers in the eye,
or help them with their heavy duffles.  In the seat behind me a new graduate defended George W. Bush by saying,
"At least, he did something."

I started laughing --it was all I could do--a few moments later this same soldier was terrified
by the flashing beacon light on the wing of the plane.  She mistook it for lightning.

This broke my heart, slaughter of the innocents.
Bush must be stopped before he murders more.

Keep it up.
B. L.
The checks in the mail
Seattle, WA

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"I decide all these cases in your favor and,
  my golly, look what you're doing to me..."
   -- Judge Alice Resnick, on camera, being arrested for drunk driving,   Link


Subject: "Ted Rall tackles "ticking bomb" myth"


Of all of Bart's misguided views, his defense of torture is the worst.
I can live with it if he likes Hillary and wants to keep his Glock, but the torture thing is too much.

Bart, if you're reading this, I'd like to get your take on his counter-arguments,
since he addresses your only point on the torture issue (i.e., the "24" scenario).

It's not often that I reverse course, but I'm going to do it because Ted has convinced me.

I now realize it would be better to lose New York and, say, ten million innocent people
to avoid stepping on the fingers of a certainly-guilty terrorist ...because torture is wrong.

Those people in New York, the ten million that would die that day?
They're just not worth it..

And thirty million that might die in Philly, Boston, DC, etc the next 15 years?
Not worth it.
And if they have two bombs, let's sacrifice another 30 million in Southern California, too.

The families of the seventy million dead will understand, right?
I don't know why I didn't see it sooner.

Hell, if Osama got hold of ten bombs, I'd be willing to sacrifice all of mankind,
because stepping on toes is so wrong, it's never right, never, no matter what we'd save.

Ted says, "I'd rather be incinerated than..." 
Yeah Ted, go ahead - speak for me.  Speak for all Democrats.

Protecting Osama's toes is more important than saving New York and LA.
If you see the need to throw MY family in the incinerator, go right ahead.

Ted is proving that it's suicide to vote for a Democrat.


I'm against torture 99.99 percent of the time.
I would only consider it in the most extreme of circumstances.
If you've ever debated, you know the idiocy of using "never" and "always."

Ted's willing to die, and let millions of others die, so he can say "never."
I'm not.


"They say Katie Holmes is so devoted to Tom Cruise, she's going to take
  his name after they're married. Yes, she'll be known as 'Katie Nutjob.' "
     -- Conan O'Brien


U.S. Constitution: Fourth Amendment
 Fourth Amendment - Search and Seizure

The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers,
and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not
be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause,
supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place
to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.



Subject: Should I run for Congress?

I'm thinking about changing my legal name to "Unnamed Democrat" and running for congress.
They say that an unnamed democrat can win.    What do you think?

In Missouri it only costs $100 to run for Congress.
I wonder why it costs here in California?

Marc Perkel
City by the Bay, CA


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Environmental Worst-Case Scenarios


Sseveral climate research studies released in December show that the impacts of climate change
are coming faster than predicted. This suggests that the worst-case disaster scenarios may be
the most likely unless there is concerted global action to reduce emissions.

Satellite photos taken this year show 20 percent less Arctic sea ice compared with the first pictures
taken in 1978, according to the National Snow and Ice Data Center (NSIDC) in Boulder, Colo.

The loss of ice is not too surprising given the 4 degrees Celsius rise in average winter temperatures
in the Arctic.  However, the extent and speed with which the Arctic ice is melting is unprecedented.
And that's not just bad news for polar bears and native people of the North.


Subject: $100M a day

Hey there Bartcop,
Could you give us a little more detail on why you think Bush is stealing Iraqi's oil
(beyond the obvious reason that the run the country, and will steal anything they can in general)?

You're usually far ahead of the curve on all this stuff, but I haven't seen anyone else accuse them of this.


Randy, I got the idea from Paul Wolfowitz.  Click  Here

Before the war, Wolfie said Iraq would produce up to $100 billion in oil revenues in 2-3 years,
(We've been there longer than that.) and that was before Halliburton steeped in with their 21st Century,
state-of-the-art, computerized, super-efficient, pumping stations to replace Iraq's aging, Soviet-supplied,
sanctioned-starved shambles of a system.

The reason so many soldiers have died is because a vast majority are guarding Bush's pipeline.
We have 150,000 soldiers over there and we can't humble Baghdad - why?
Maybe 125,000 of those soldiers are in southern Iraq, guarding Bush's precious pipeline.

Every few weeks, the BFEE releases a statement:
"Saboteurs have blown up the pipeline, causing shortages and price spikes,"
but there's no evidence of that - only Bush's word.

But - great point.

Why will nobody else even ask the question?

I can't answer that any more than I can answer why only one person has asked
how many felonies Bush has, something I've been screaming about for years.


Big Brother Bush
  by Molly Ivins


As the late Sen. Frank Church said, "That capability could at any time be turned around on the American people,
and no American would have any privacy left, such is the capacity to monitor everything: telephone conversations,
telegrams, it doesn't matter. There would be no place to hide."

And if a dictator took over, the NSA "could enable it to impose total tyranny." Then we always get that dreadful
goody-two-shoes response, "Well, if you aren't doing anything wrong, you don't have anything to worry about, do you?"

Folks, we KNOW this program is being and will be misused. We know it from the past record and current reporting.
The program has already targeted vegans and People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals -- and, boy, if those aren't
outposts of al-Qaida, what is? Could this be more pathetic?

This could scarcely be clearer.
Either the president is going to have to understand and admit he
has done something very wrong, or he will have to be impeached.


Sixth Commandment

"Thou Shalt not Kill."


Subject: pseudo-canadians

back in '89 when i was on my way to the mid-east for the first time,
i met some people with canadian flags on their packs & asked them where they were from, eh?
they apologetically admitted that they were actually american...

since then it seems that lots of "proud" americans, knowing just how unpopular they are,
try to disguise themselves as canadians when abroad which now makes me, a real canadian,
just that much more of a target

who is going to believe i'm really a canadian, and not an american in disguise?
thank bush - for making the world a safer place.




"The president is the president 24 hours a day,
  seven days a week, wherever he goes."
     -- Trent Duffy, explaining why Bush is always on vacation,  Link

"Lookie me, Pickles.   I'm a gee-tar player.  Heh heh.
   What?   New Orleans?    What about New Orleans?
    What are those niggers whining about this time?"

I think it's funny that Bush played a guitar
and it's funny that Bush played golf with McCain while poor,
black people in New Orleans were drowning in the streets.
I think it's damn funny.

        Get Your War On


Subject: I confess

The Honorable(sic) Alberrto Gonzales
Attorney General
US Department of justice(sic)
Washington DC

Dear Bertie,

OK, OK, you got me. I confess. I did it. I leaked the information about the illegal wiretaps put in place
by that crook (hey, it's not an insult, it's a Republican tradition started by Nixon) George W. Bush.

I promise to turn myself in so please issue me a number and a date and time. I know that you will probably
have thousands and thousands of false confessions from people just trying to horn in on the fame and glory
of trying to stop further High Crimes and Misdemeanors by the Psychopathic Idiot in Chief, but I really did it.
Honest I did. No bullshit.

Hey, maybe you could put one of those take-a-number thingys like they use in supermarket delis outside
the DOJ to help control the hoards of people queuing up to turn themselves in. Just trying to help out here..

Very Truly Yours
Robert AB


"I'm rich, bee-yotch!"

 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is  $61.04 a barrel
makes $122,004,000  Bush stole just yesterday

2175 2175 have died for Halliburton

Two more  'cargo shipments'  since last issue.

Bush's gusher of blood.


"Brownie" quote wins award


"Brownie, you're doing a heckuva job" was named on Thursday as Bush's most memorable phrase of 2005.

The ill-timed praise of the incompetent bastard became a national punch line for countless jokes about
Bush's mangling of the Katrina disaster and added to the president's reputation for verbal gaffes.

Actually, it's not as "cute" as Whore Reuters would have you believe.

The quote proves that, no matter what the facts are, Bush's first response to anything is to lie,
to praise his friends and ignore the facts that everyone else on the planet can see clearly.

And the whore media makes it worse, printing "Brownie great, Bush says," as a headline
instead of printing the DAMN FACTS like a non-whore newspaper is supposed to do.


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 congressional Democratic leadership or any of the serious Democratic presidential
 candidates in '08 are calling for Bush's impeachment. When it is or they are, we will
 ask about it in our polls."
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Eighth Commandment

"Thou Shalt not Steal."


Dr. Germ and Mrs. Anthrax Set Free


Why is it not bigger news that "Dr. Germ" and "Mrs. Anthrax" have been quietly released in Iraq without
any charges being brought? Don't the newspapers and TV networks that all but pre-convicted them of crimes
against humanity owe them - and us - the courtesy of an explanation for the sudden presumption of their innocence?

After all, it was to stop these mad leaders of Saddam WMD programs that the we invaded. We were told at the time
by the White House that the U.N. inspectors scouring the country were being blocked by lying officials and scientists,
themselves complicit in breaking U.N. sanctions, and so we wouldn't get the truth until we could interrogate them as prisoners.

Yet, when Rihab "Dr. Germ" Taha and Huda "Mrs. Anthrax" Ammash, both of whom were once on a Pentagon
most-wanted list, were released after two-and-a-half years, their U.S. captors didn't even announce it.
Gen. Casey said they "no longer posed a security threat to the people of Iraq and to the Coalition forces."

60 Minutes said about 26 Iraqi prisoners were tortured to death by America died in US custody.
I guess they no longer pose a threat...


Ninth Commandment

"Thou Shalt not Lie."


Mystery Hottie

                 Who can she be?                                               Scarlett Johansson


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