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Quote of the Day

"So much of that stuff was overblown...
     - Jeff Gannon, asked about his gay-sex service. 
        He visited the White House over 200 times.    Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Pinochet's Cocaine 
Israel rolls into Gaza 
50 Questions to ask 
Deficit of Candor 
John Fund scumbag
Questionable outrage 
Pigboy's sex problem 
Minimum Standards 
Keira Knightley movie


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"Let's forget about global warming and talk about flag burning and gay marriage.
  I don't know how long you can milk that old cow."
     -- Bill Clinton, 'GOP strategy is weak',


Pinochet's Mad Scientist
  by Sam Blixen

New allegations in Chile have implicated ex-dictator Augusto Pinochet in smuggling cocaine to the
United States in the 1980s, when he was a close ally of Ronald Reagan and George H.W. Bush.
According to a court filing by one of Pinochet's former top deputies, Pinochet used a government
scientist named Eugenio Berrios for the cocaine production. Berrios also allegedly manufactured
poison gas for assassinations of Pinochet's enemies. But Pinochet's "mad scientist" became a
mystery himself, 13 years ago when he disappeared before being tortured and murdered.

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"Let's be sure we count every vote in our elections. This country deserves to have
  an electoral system that has integrity. I know there's been a problem here in Ohio,
  and I hope everybody from Ohio is watching this election like a hawk. Don't let them
  pull anything over your eyes again. One of the people running for high office is actually
  running the election.  It's a conflict of interest...We've got to take back our democracy.''
      -- Hillary Clinton, turning the heat on Ohio's crooked Secretary of State Ken Blackwell,  Link


Israel rolls into Gaza
 Somebody could get hurt

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Israeli tanks and troops poured into the central Gaza Strip on Wednesday, expanding a
two-week-old offensive aimed at recovering a captured soldier and stopping rocket attacks
by Palestinian militants.

To the sound of gunfire, dozens of armored vehicles trundled into Gaza down the same road
from which troops pulled out less than a year ago, when Israel abandoned the territory after
38 years of occupation.

Israel is "pot committed" to this fight.
In poker, when everything goes bad, you lose your money and leave.

This ain't poker, but it's played the same way.
Israel keeps raising and the "Palestinian militants" keep calling.

Wednesday, the "militants" grabbed 2 more Israeli soldiers.
Losing two more trying to save one is bad chip management.

 "Unka Dick, why doesn't that Greg Palast fella 
   just tell his Palastinians to release that soldier?



"The war in Iraq is shameful. You've got to admit it: Bush lied. And he continues to do so. 
  I can't understand why he's just not run out on a rail. To send somebody's kids off and
  have them killed for no good reason - he's going to have his day in hell for that. I wouldn't
  want that karma."
      --Tom Petty,   nydailywhore


Subject: power grab

Bart, you wrote

> Sometime during the Monica "Constitutional crisis," some Neocon realized that,
> with the Russian bear tired and sleepy, the world was theirs for the taking.

You need to read Nixon's 1991 book, "SEIZE THE MOMENT", in which he fires
the starting gun on America's right-wing world power grab.

These bastards have been working on this endless murder spree for a long damned time!
Tim in Ky


50 Questions to ask a Bush fan

1. What are the Top Seven best things that Bush has done?
2. Is the Iraq War is going well?
3. When might Iraq "stand up" so that America can "stand down"?
4. How would you rate Bush's protecting New Orleans?

I think one question would do the trick:
"Why did Bush invade Iraq?"

The liars change their reasons so often, it'd be interesting to see
which reason a ditto-monkey gives for the 2544 dead soldiers.

Another bad gamble - all those lives to disarm a "threat" that wasn't there.


Subject: Haditha "errors"


Looks like the real "error" was taking their urge to commit atrocities outside the barracks.
I mean gee, if those monst- I mean, "brave" soldiers had adhered to the status quo of
sexually assaulting their fellow women-in-arms then we'd never have heard a thing about it.

Beth in NC



"President Bush and Jessica Simpson were born in the same week,
  maybe there is something to this astrology stuff."
      -- Jimmy Kimmel


The vulgar Pigboy's Sex Life


I know that the last thing anybody wants to think about first thing in the morning is Rush
with an erection. But, as Todd and Ian point out, Rush has been rather hard on medical
marijuana users and people who bring drugs into this country. So I'm disinclined to avoid
speculation where Rush in concerned.

John points out over at Americablog, it feels like there's something missing from the story.
I've been waiting for someone to point it out; ask the obvious question.
What was Rush doing in the Dominican Republic?

Sex with Children?
 Shame on the vulgar Pigboy




"This just in, breaking news from Hell,
  Ken Lay has just swindled Zarqawi out of his 72 virgins."
   -- Dave Letterman


Subject: Der Monkey and funerals

Bart, last issue, Kevin wrote:

>  Bush continually refers to his presence at the funeral
>  of the kids he kills as an "honor" to the dead.

Kevin, it is worse than you think, buddy.
Bush boasts of never having attended ANY of the funerals of the kids he's murdered.
Bush hasn't even visited any of the plane loads of flag drapped coffins as they return.
He variously claims attending funerals 'would be a distraction,' and, 'How do I decide
which funerals to attend?  If I attend one, I'd have to attend 'em all.'

The revulsion I feel for this cretin, Bush, makes me more nauseous than the chemo.
 Be well,
Alvin in L.A.

Odd that riding his bike isn't a "distraction,"
nor are the never-ending fund-raisers.


Deficit of Candor


Bush had a great time patting itself on the back yesterday over his stewardship of the federal budget.
He went to the East Room to crow that the deficit is now projected to be less than $300 billion this year
-- 30 percent lower than what the administration had forecast in February. As a result, Bush proclaimed,
the administration is a full year ahead of schedule on its goal of cutting the deficit in half by 2009.

But this a phony goal.

What's important is getting the federal budget on a sustainable fiscal course for the long term.
Yesterday's news doesn't get the country closer to that objective. Assuming the administration's
projections prove accurate, spending will outstrip revenue in every year through 2011 -- the end
of the administration's budget window.

Clinton did the exact opposite:
He'd forecast good news, and when the numbers came in, they were better than predicted.

What Bush is doing is predicting twenty stab wounds, and when we only get stabbed 18 times,
he crows about what a great protector he is for America.


Subject: Centrist argument

Hi, Bart.

I think the idea centrists have it easier is bullshit.
Centrists don't get the comfort that extremists have in that extremists know automatically
what the "right" viewpoint is on a subject before a single neuron fires in their brain.
These are the people who scream and yell and don't bother to stop and listen.

Centrists are folks who listen and think before they respond.
They might be known to change their mind once in a while, too.
It ain't easy to admit your wrong, and those on the far end of the spectrum don't.

Brian in Mobile

Right-wingers always make it a contest to see who can get afrther to the right.
That's why Michael Savage has to be a bigger prick that Rush the vulgar Pigboy.

Sadly, it's infected our side, too.

Who the most leftist lefty on the left?
Who knows, but we know it's not *her* and that's why we should hate her.


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Keith claims he can play guitar

 Yahoo News

Keith Richards says, despite the brain injury he suffered after falling from a coconut tree,
despite the decades of hard drug abuse, he still thinks he can manage to play his guitar
well enough to pull off those complicated riffs he wrote back in the early sixties.

The Stones were to resume their "A Bigger Buck" tour Tuesday in Milan, Italy.

Asked what he's been doing since the fall, Richards responded, 
"I recovered. ... Six weeks, I mean not bad for a brain job."


Why I Like to Beat Up Women
 John "Mr. Conservative" Fund is going to trial

  "I beat women - Got any?
   I belong in f-ing jail, where real men 
   could teach me some manners."


Fund, scumbag supreme and a former Whore Street Journal editorial writer who also appears
as a living Nazi on Fox News, MSNBC and CNN, is accused of battering his then-girlfriend.

The bizarre story started in 1999, when Fund became involved with Morgan Pillsbury.
As the romance soured, she made accusations of physical and emotional abuse.
She has also blamed the staunch pro-lifer for a traumatic abortion.

What a scumbag Fund is, beating up my good friend Morgan Pillsbury.

When they started fighting this scumbag kidnapped her stuff animals.
Have you ever heard of anything so scumbaggy-ish in your life?

She got even - she had his computer password - and secrets were revealed.)
ha ha
This trial could become a mountain of Fund fun.

Keep your eyes on AMPOL for all the latest Fund dirt.

"I beat women - got any?"

I wonder if, ...after he's found guilty, ...will he have a heart attack like Ken Lay?
Then he could beat up the women he runs into in Hell.


Subject: missle defense

Dear Bart,

From 1975 to 2004 I worked as a DoD contractor, almost exclusively in the area
of anti-ballistic missile, and anti-missile defense: DOT, HOE, SDI, KDEC,
Brilliant Pebbles, Patriot, GBR, NMD, and THAAD.

It is my considered opinion that these systems don't work and, if they do ever
get them to work to any significant degree, they can be easily thwarted.

I have argued for years that our 100 billion dollar ABM system could be gotten around
via a 20 thousand dollar Cessna with an altitude detonated nuke on board.

I, and many of my co-workers, called these programs white collar welfare.

"Star Wars" is just another giveaway to the billionaire defense contractors.

Bush would give billions to Lockheed, Northrup and Raytheon and they'd
give his campaign millions in return and then they'd just spend the rest of the money.

And if, by some miracle the Patriot thing works, some Al Qaeda handjob
will sail into Long Beach harbor with a nuke on a rusty-ass boat.


Doug the Pillar

Questionable outrage

Does Bush believe his own accusations? If it saw a grave danger in letting this information out,
it could have acted pre-emptively to keep it from ever seeing print. Though there was no guarantee
of success, it had nothing to lose by trying. True, that would have sparked a flurry of outrage.
But since when is Mr. Bush scared of being criticized by the press or civil libertarians? The president
has a solemn duty to protect the nation from attack. His decision not to ask a court to block these
disclosures suggests one of two things. The first is that he knowingly exposed Americans to a
danger he might have averted. The second - and more likely - is that he knew the revelations
wouldn't compromise our security. It's one thing for Mr. Bush to claim the stories did great harm.
It's another for the administration to do what a court would have required: Prove it."


Subject: Worst President Evah


I just got back from a trip to New York, New Hampshire and Maine.
I wore my WPE shirt in Manhattan, Sandown, NH and Portland, ME.
I can't tell you how many people asked about the shirt, gave me a thumb-up, smiled at me, laughed, etc.

Pile the pie higher, as families need to put food on themselves.
Keep swingin'.

Steve W


Subject: Kerry's e-mails

Maybe your moronic reader should have read Kerry's e-mails.
They fight back against Bush more then anyone.

Dude, are you talking about John Kerry?
John Kerry, ..tall lanky guy, ...his bitch own ketchup?
(Don't write, it's a popular joke...)

Did you really use the words "fight" and "Kerry" in the same sentence?
Gosh, we live in different dimensions.

But you and the moron's ignore it because you have the same stupid,
fuckin, boring act, going and going, and goingnzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz

KSWANN4, for whatever reason, you have refused to maintain low tones.

Your plan is not well thought out. 
Your feet are not on firm ground.

You have pulled on a grizzly's tail - and you're still alive to regret it.
I advise you to look down, ...slowly step back and walk away.


Subject: my WPE t-shirt

Bart, people in Vegas loved the WPE shirt and I have to say I had the most attention paid to me
in one day than I have ever had in my whole life. It being a big Union conference 99 percent of
everybody there loved it.  I wore it out on The Strip and had lots of positive feedback.
This was my first trip to Vegas and I cant wait to go again.

     At Quark's Bar w/ Salt monster and Gorn at the Las Vegas Hilton

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American Dream
 by my good friend Chris Floyd


The [Bush is not a King] ruling has been hailed as a "victory for democracy," the "light at the end
of the tunnel", a "turning point" in the long struggle to reclaim the republic from the usurping junta
of the Bush regime. But we have seen these lights before, and watched them fade. All the previous
"turning points" - scandals, atrocities, judicial rebuffs, investigations, convictions - have only led to
more depredations; every seeming defeat of unlawful power becomes instead a springboard for its
further advancement. There is no reason to think it will be any different this time...if there is no
political will in the American establishment to enforce the ruling, it will be nothing more than a
pretty ornament for the republic's coffin.


Subject: Clintonian?

Wait, what?

Is it now an acceptable insult to refer to Clintons policies as being dangerous?
Are we to no longer laud his shirking of responsibility as pertaining to terrorism.

Objection to facts not in evidence.

You can say Clinton went to sleep on terrorism,
you can say Clinton helped the terrorists get stronger,
you can say Clinton was terror's greatest recruiter,
you can say Clinton lied us into a war that killed 2544 soldiers,
you can say Clinton lied so his warmongering arms dealers friends could get richer,
you can say Clinton lies us into a war to prove to his Daddy that he was no wimp,
you can say Clinton hired a gay prostitute to feed him softball questions all the time,
you can say Clinton inherited a surplus and created the biggest deficits in history,
you can say Clinton made secret, illegal deals with Hitler, Saddam, Noriega and Hamas,
you can say Clinton traded Stinger missles to terrorists only to get more people kidnapped,

...but none of that would be true.

There's a hole in your argument, boy.

Am I to understand that giving North Korean leader Kim a couple of nuclear
reactors in exchange for a pocket full of mumbles was a bad thing?

Clinton gave North Korea electricty because they agreed, with inspectors, to disarm the nukes.
You call disarming a nuclear power, "mumbles?" Methinks you have feces for brains.

I'm confused so please forgive me as I am learning rewritten history as quick as I can.
I see you are too.

Dude, I wish our respective IQ numbers were closer together.

Dems have lost their grip on reality.
I liked that for a while but it is starting to be just plain scary and not at all good for the country.

ha ha

Democrats scare you?
With their "No dead soldiers" policies?
With their "peace and prosperity" policies?
With their "triple the stock market" policies?
With their, "How do we spend the peacetime surplus" problems?

Do you even realize that you voted for fewer government services so Bush
could borrow from the Chi-Comms to give Barbara Streisand a giant tax cut?

It's like, with all the bills you have, every time Bill Clinton is in New York,
his limo service gets put on your VISA card - Carson's VISA card.

That's what Bush is all about.
He sold the stupid people the idea that their lives would be better if they transfered
some of their wealth to the can't spend-it-all bastards who make upwards of $20M a year?

...and you voted for that?


Man Linked To Enron Found Dead In London
 Another coincidence?  Like Ken Lay?


A British banker who had been questioned by the FBI in a matter related to the Enron case 
was found dead in a park in East London on Wednesday, British media reported.

The body of Neil Coulbeck, 53, a former executive of the Royal Bank of Scotland was found 
in a wooded area near his home. Police termed the death "unexplained." 


 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2003 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is almost $75 a barrel
makes $150,000,000 Bush stole just yesterday

No wonder they were so eager to start a war

Bush's "Bring 'em on" death taunt is up to...

2544....2545 American victims


By Christmas, Bush will have killed
more Americans than his partner Osama.

Minimum Standards
 by William Rivers Pitt

"The Bush administration, under duress, has finally decided that the minimum standards of the
Geneva Conventions are worth paying attention to. They did not do this because it is right,
because it is moral, or because they know that doing so affords a small margin of security to
troops in the field. They did so because their hand was forced, and there is no guarantee that
their words on the matter will be followed up by actual deeds.


Subject: WPE and BCR


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South Park banned episode back July 19th

 Yahoo News

One week after South Park's "Trapped in the Closet" episode garnered an Emmy nomination,
and nearly four months after it was abruptly pulled from rotation on the cable net, Comedy Central
has finally acquiesced and will allow the Scientology-skewering episode back on the air.


Subject: Armstrong's problem


Lots of union folks like me resent Lance Armstrong.  It has nothing to do with his riding a bike.
It has to do with him going back on his word not to cross a picket line back in 2000.  When SAG
and AFTRA (actors' unions) went on strike, they asked celebrities and athletes to honor the strike.

Lance, Eldrick and Andre Agassi all said they would honor the strike.  Agassi kept his word.
Eldrick went to Asia and shot a commercial and tried to weasel out of his scab status by arguing
he wasn't really crossing the line since he was in Asia.

Armstrong went ahead and shot ads and said he was a cancer survivor with a family to feed.
A millionaire cancer survivor who gave his word not to cross a picket line.

A millionaire who claims to support us one day then stabs us in the back the next and uses
his disease as an excuse for his duplicity really grates on us.

Keep Swingin'
A Teacher in Jersey


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Del Castillo will be profiled on Porque Amamos La Musica (Because We Love Music) this weekend.
The show will air in the U.S. via Telemundo on Sunday at 9 a.m. and 10 p.m


Subject: Your hatred of Kerry is eating at you

Let it go.


Kerry's laziness and stupidity did great harm to Democrats, America and the world.
I don't hate him for that, it's just a fact that can't be denied.

An extra thousand soldiers could've spent Fourth of July with their families, but no, 
    they're dead because Kerry waved the white flag of surrender.
Thousands of people in Iraq would still be alive if Kerry wasn't such a coward.
The WTC towers might still be standing, if our team remembered how to fight.
The trillions of dollars Bush gave to his friends and the arms dealers could've been
    used for Medicare and Social Security, but Kerry wanted to windsurf instead of work.
America would've regained respect around the world, if not for his cowardice.
America might still have a Constitution, if not for his incredibly bad decisions.

Democrats won three consecutive popular votes in a row, then Kerry screwed us all.
Now, the GOP gets to say we're the out-of-touch losers because Kerry refused to
keep his promise to "fight for every vote."  He chose to surrender, instead.

Twice we've thrown in the towel "to avoid a divisive fight."
That's why my money is on you-know-who.

She won't surrender like our last two "fighters."


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Keira Knightley movie not in Dominica

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The only theater in Dominica won't be screening "Pirates of the Caribbean,"
disappointing fans who live on the island where the film was partially filmed.


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