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Thursday  May 25, 2006   Volume 1771 - Kennyboy Guilty

Quote of the Day

"The very fact that the NYWTimes had 
  a reporter interview 50 people about the 
  Clintons' marriage and placed the story 
  on the top of Page One was a clear signal
  -- if any was needed -- that the NYW Times
   is a whore paper with a faux tabloid heart."  
     -- David S. Broder,   Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Govt Secrecy Is a Farce 
Whistler's Evidence 
New Power Grab 
Lame Duck Quacks 
Moon Over McCain 
Lie-berman in Trouble 
Pickles Travels Alone
TV Round Up
Rachel Bilson Works



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"Since the start of 2005, the Clintons have been together about 14 days a month on average. 
 Sometimes it is a full day; sometimes it is meeting up late at night. At their busiest, they saw 
 each other on a single day, Valentine's Day, in February 2005 -- a month when each was traveling 
 a great deal. Last August, they saw each other at some point on 24 out of 31 days. Out of the last 
 73 weekends, they spent 51 together. The aides declined to provide the Clintons' private schedule." 
     -- New York Times whore Patrick Healy, breathless and with an erection,   Link

"Why can't Healy just drop the silly insinuations and faux investigative methods. Both Clintons 
 have spokespersons, just ask them how often Bill and Hillary have sex. When they don't answer, 
 you can run a nice juicy headline like 'Clintons Dogged By Sex Frequency Questions.'
 What's the point of all this?"  
    -- Matthew Yglesias,   Link

 The New York Whore Times and the media in general are still on Clinton's cock after all these years.
 Wouldn't it be nice if they could let go, just for a day?



Government Secrecy Is a Farce
  by Ivan Leland  as seen on  consortiumnews.com


Excessive government secrecy is the enemy of a meaningful democracy. 
Indeed, secrecy is often the handmaiden to authoritarianism.

George W. Bush's government obviously is not the first U.S. administration to abuse its power over state secrets, 
but it has exploited the "war on terror" relentlessly to classify and thus hide its controversial -- and potentially illegal
-- policies,  such as spying on Americans and torturing detainees in U.S. custody.

Then, when these policies were belatedly exposed, the administration exaggerated any real harm that the disclosures 
might pose to national security. The end result may be the prosecution of government whistleblowers and even journalists.

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"Of course the Clintons' marriage is news. If she hadn't been married to Bill, would she now be 
 a United States senator, let alone the front-runner for the Democratic presidential nomination? 
 Will at least some Americans worry about the role that Bill would play in a second Clinton presidency?
 ...how exactly do journalists conclude the subject is out of bounds?" 
     -- Howie Kurtz, one of the worst in a city full of whores,   Link 

"I'm a Bush whore."

 I don't know why simpleton whores ask one-sided questions like that underlined question.

 Would Pickles be a fund-raiser for the fascists if she wasn't married to that monster?
 Would Der Monkey have stolen power if his daddy wasn't president?
 Would Jeb be governor of Florida if his daddy wasn't president?
 Would Kneel be selling the government overpriced software if his brother wasn't president?
 Would Jeb's kids be allowed to do legal cocaine if Daddy wasn't governor?
 Would Halliburton get no-bid contracts if their boss wasn't running the world?
 Would the Carlyle Group be selling the army tanks if Poppy wasn't the on the board?
 Would Jeff Gannon get a White House press pass under a fake name if Bush wasn't president?


Whistle Blower's Evidence
 It's illegal to notice Bush's crimes


"Former technician Mark Klein is the key witness in the EFF's lawsuit against AT&T which alleges that they
co-operated in an illegal NSA spying scheme.  Klein described the NSA's visit to an AT&T office. In an older,
less-public statement, Klein goes into details of his discovery of an alleged surveillance operation in an AT&T
building in San Francisco. Klein supports his claim by attaching excerpts of three internal company documents:
a Dec. 10, 2002, manual titled "Study Group 3, LGX/Splitter Wiring, San Francisco," a Jan. 13, 2003, document
titled "SIMS, Splitter Cut-In and Test Procedure" and a second "Cut-In and Test Procedure" dated Jan. 24, 2003."

"Splitter" would seem to indicate that Big Brother Bush is listening to every call being made.
Why can't he just be happy with the stolen hundreds of billions from Iraq?


Bush's New Power Grab


The Republican leadership in Congress is standing by while its house is being pillaged. The power to write
federal laws is Congress' alone. The president's duty, as expressly stated in the Constitution, is to faithfully
execute the laws he signs, not to add asterisks on parts he intends to ignore.  Frist and Hastert are joining in
their own emasculation when they utter not a peep during this bloodless coup. I don't know why Republicans
have a reputation for strength. When blindly supporting a president from your own party takes precedence
over guarding Congress' historic role, "Republican leadership" becomes an oxymoron.


If you can watch this 1-minute video
and not laugh out loud, 
I will send you money


 Here's my address Bart 
because that didn't make me laugh!

Subject: she whose name we dare not speak

Bart, although I love you so...I love people who make me laugh in the face of disaster....
I just find it so hard to understand how you just want to roll over an accept *her* because 
she has the biggest bankroll. Or is it because you think she will usher the good 'ole days back in?


I'm backing the Democrat nominee and I think you should, too.
I will vote for whichever candidate manages to snag the nomination, and I think you should, too.

For some reason, people want to blame 'ol Bart if one candidate 
is so far out in front that it's not clear who Number Two is.

That's not logical.




"Bill and his wife, they're the Brangelina of American politics."  
    -- MSGOP's Tucker Carlson, so proud of himself for thinking of that,   Link


Lame Duck Woes
 It's a tough nut to quack


Nearly three years ago, Bush stood with Israeli and Palestinian leaders and declared Middle East peace a
"matter of the highest priority" for his administration. Now, on the eve of talks with new Israeli PM Olmert,
the conflict has slid down the U.S. agenda as Bush confronts low approval ratings, an increasingly unpopular war
in Iraq and an emerging nuclear challenge from Iran.

"There are other pressing concerns" on Bush's radar, one U.S. official said.

Like staying out of jail?
Like pardoning his co-conspirators before their trials?
Like covering up his stolen billions?


 Held for two years without charges.
 June 23rd  The Road to Guantanamo

See what Bush has done to America.

Subject: Clinton's marriage

"Many prominent Democrats" is a ruse, a fabricated excuse to print a piece 
designed to encourage disrespect for the Clintons. They're engaging in the fine art 
of misdirection as they avoid any probing article about the impeachable crimes of Bush. 

The sooner the Times drowns in its own excrement, the better.
 John F

I'll drink to that.
And may the WaHoPo drown trying to save them.

Funny how Ann Coulter wished Tim McVeigh had blown up the New York Times building
"because they help the Democrats and go after the Republicans," she claims, even though 
it's a proven fact that much of the Whore Times's writing staff takes orders from Dick Cheney.



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McCain Honeymoon is Over


"I know that preemptive war is dangerous and wrong, that Bush's agenda in Iraq is not worth the many lives lost,"
said keynote speaker Jean Rohe. "And I know that despite all the havoc that my country has wrought in my name,
Osama has not been found, nor have those WMDs." The vast majority of the crowd gave her a standing ovation.

"Well, we're having fun now, aren't we?" quipped former whore Bob Kerrey before introducing McCain.


Hastert in the Bribe Mix
 Sweatty Wrestler in Trouble?


Dennis Hastert is under investigation by the FBI, which is seeking to determine his role in a corruption
probe into members of Congress.  Federal officials say the information implicating Hastert was developed
from convicted lobbyists who are now cooperating with the government.

Part of the investigation involves a letter Hastert wrote three years ago, urging the Secretary of the Interior
to block a casino on an Indian reservation that would have competed with other tribes.

Frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march!!



Hastert: No. 1 Recipient of Abramoff Money


According to the Center for Public Responsive Politics,  Dennis Hastert is the  No.1 individual recipient of money
from Abramoff and his crooked clients, with $68,300 in tainted money to his campaign committee and leadership PAC.

Frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march!!



Bush Base Betrayal
 They said he was better than Reagan


Sixty-five months into Bush's presidency, conservatives feel betrayed. After the "Bridge to Nowhere" bill,
the Harriet Miers nomination and the Dubai Ports deal, the immigration crisis was the tipping point for us.
Indeed, a new poll found that Republican disapproval of Bush had increased from 16 to 30 % in one month.
It is largely the defection of conservatives that is driving the president's poll numbers to new lows.


Subject: my house, their house

Hi Bart -
I don't get it.  
The FBI/NSA/CIA invades my house and my phone records and Congress seems to think that's OK.  
When the FBI/CIA/NSA invades their house (e.g., William Jefferson), then suddenly they get all upset and puffy.  

What's with that? 

Hammer on!


Lie-berman in Trouble


     "I love you, George..."


Discomfort turned to pain for "Kiss Me Joe" when the first town in the 1st Congressional District began the roll call:
Barkhamsted cast its two votes for Lamont. The challenger received votes in town after town. When Windsor cast
13 of its 17 votes for Lamont, a roar of surprise filled the hall.  Lamont would sail past the crucial 15 percent threshold
before reaching his 4th Congressional District stronghold. Lieberman ought to be grateful it was not a secret ballot.
If it had been, some of the 100 missing delegates might have found the backbone to vote.

Lie-berman needs to be retired.
If he wants to be a Republican, let him declare as such and run as a Republican.



Mary Cheney takes your Questions


Svetlana asks:
You've called John Kerry a "son of a bitch" and John Edwards "total slime" after they spoke positively of your 
sexuality during the last presidential election cycle. In contrast, Alan Keyes has called you a selfish hedonist, 
and Jerry Falwell has inferred that you are mentally unstable because of your lesbianism. Why nothing to say about them?

Mary Cheney:
What the fuck are you talking about? In "Now I'm Turned On", I say how-

Mary Matalin:
"Now It's My Turn."

Mary Cheney:
No, it's my turn to talk, bitch!

Mary Matalin:
No, that's the title of the book I, ur, you wrote. "Now It's My Turn." 


Al Capone's Nephew 'Sparky'
  by Greg Palast


Bush lifted Clinton's ban on speculative trading in the California power market. The state was still in crisis,
facing blackouts and 300 percent increases in power bills, the result of "deregulating," as first suggested by Lay.

Instead of a "free" market, California's electricity bidding system became a fixed casino Lay jacked up prices
through such tricks as "death star," "ricochet" and "kilowatt laundering."

Musclehead got Lay'd,
Der Monkey got Lay'd,

...but California just got screwed.



Subject: yesterday's Gore quote

"There may come a time when I speak on that but it's not now;  I need more time 
  to frame it carefully if I do. In our system, there's no intermediate step between a 
  definitive Supreme Court decision and violent revolution." 

No, Bart, he is saying  he is not ready to take a gun and kill or remove by force the members 
of the Coup that took the White House in 2000.  That is a different thing altogether.

When it happened, the American people, including you and me, should have marched to Washington 
and pulled that tin pot dictator out of his office, tar and feather him, then ride him out of town on a rail. 
We did not.  In refusing to act, the American people (you an me included) allowed a coup to happen.


Frank, I remember things differently.

When the whole election was turned upside down, the GOP flew hundreds of campaign staffers
to Florida to create the impression that the masses were demanding that overwhelmingly-elected Bush
be allowed to assume command and that day-late, dollar-short Gore was a sore loser.


Meanwhile, Gore asked Democrats to stay away from Florida and not kick up a fuss.

Bottom line: 
They wanted it more than Gore did.  Gore wanted to play nice with these bastards after they
spent the last eight years trying to pull a legally-elected president out of the Oval Office.

Gore's goal was avoiding a fight that might divide America.
Bush's goal was grabbing power at any cost.

We were smiley-faced little girls fighting a snarling gang of vicious thugs.
The thugs won and six years later, we're still smiley-faced little girls fighting the thugs. 

Democrats - always ready to make nice.


Subject: the Black vote


The black vote is her's for the taking.
She'll mobilize Bubba, who remains extremely popular with black audiences.
No other Dem comes close.


Pete, glad you said that instead of me.


Marty's Entertainment Page

always has good stuff.

Bush backs VA chief after data breach
 Nicholson does "heckuva" job protecting vets, he says


Both parties are asking that Nicholson explain how his department handled the theft of sensitive personal data 
on 26.5 million veterans. They have called the Veterans Affairs secretary to appear in two emergency hearings 
Thursday in the House and Senate.  Tony Snow said Bush had "full faith and confidence" in Nicholson.

Sen. Patrick Leahy, Bush's rubber-stamp in the senate, said Bush should call Nicholson "into the woodshed" 
and consider changing the leadership of the VA, particularly after the agency waited weeks to reveal the mess.

Boy, I'll bet there's nothing that frightens those vicious killers and thugs more than 
getting a hot letter from Leahy saying someone should be called "into the woodshed."  

They'll think twice about crossing him again. 

     "They fear me at the White House."


Subject: BCR 93 feedback

Bart, wouldn't you love to punch that Nazi Rummy in the face everytime he tells a lie?
Great show 93, especially Part 1.   You had me reaching under my bed for that bottle of tequila.

About Part 2- I think everyone who subscribes to a religion has some degree of insanity.
Lmao about the poor bastard who had to tread water to the death.(about how it came about).

 Jackie in Ohio

Yes, it might feel good to smack Rummy around each time he tells a lie,
but that won't bring back the 2500 soldiers he got killed for no damn reason.

Thanks to Team Bush, it's getting crowded at Arlington Cemetary.


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 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is $69.78 a barrel
makes $139,560,000 Bush stole justyesterday

...add to that, Iran pumps FOUR M barrels a day.

Once the sick bastard invades, that's 6 M barrels a day
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I got suckered into clicking on   villagevoice.com   and I had to spend
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Why would a web site do that to their readers?


Subject: Oprah

A few days ago, Oprah's Legends Ball was on TV and it evidently was a big production.

She was acknowledging and honoring black woman. A very commendable thing to do.
This affair reportedly had a sort of reception and was made up of black people.
What I found fascinating (as reported to me) was that all of the butlers and waiters were white.

Did you just have the same reaction I did?  No doubt you did.

Is this Oprah's way of giving the finger to white America? Can she be that racist deep down?
Or could she not find any black waiters that were competent or at the very least sober or not high?
Did her staff call the waiter temp service and ask for all white waiters?

Dude, I kinda like it. She's richer than God and after 400 years of "Nigger stay out,"
I don't mind if Oprah playfully turns the tables and has whitey wait on her.


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Subject: Democrats

Bart, why can't we find a Democrat candidate who is truly inspiring?


Dude, maybe we have, but the Bush-owned corporate media wants more war and deficits.
They're going to fabricate the most outrageous lies about her, like they did Gore and Kerry.

The difference is she'll fight back.


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