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Weekend-Monday July 15-17, 2006  Vol 1800 - Chaos & Profit

Quote of the Day

"Low approval ratings can be 
  contracted through saliva." 
     --Stephen Colbert, on Bush kissing Lieberman

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
War of the Worlds 
Middle East in Flames 
Dems cave in again 
It's World War III 
W's disengagement 
Boondoogle Design 
Demo Wave Building 
Bush: Osama helped
Valerie Plame's book 


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"This wasn't any old Joe. It was Joe Scarborough, host of MSNBC's Scarborough Country
who was courted last summer by the RNC to run against Cruella Harris. But before he could 
announce he wouldn't, Harris called major donors and suggested Scarborough would have to 
answer questions about Scarborough's dead intern."  
    --Marc Caputo, "Story of 'Joe's dead intern' began Harris' slide, insiders say", Link

So if you kill an intern, you can go on to cable TV stardom.
But talking about Scarborough's dead intern is political suicide?


War of the Worlds
  by Brent Budowsky

For a good time, Google the date July 4, 1826. 

On that day, 50 years to the hour after the Great Declaration was signed by freedom's 
greatest friends, Jefferson lay dying, Adams lay dying, thinking of America and each other.

What would they think of our President, who used the holy grounds of 9-11 to declare and 
wage aggressive war pitting one group of Americans against another, pitting the Executive 
Branch of the American government against good faith respect for our Bill of Rights, pitting 
the rule of law and American honor against what even our conservative Supreme Court now 
holds as illegal detention practices and a litany of abuses and wrongs that offend what 
Jefferson called the decent opinion of mankind? 

What would they think of Democratic leaders? 
What would they think of the media?

I'd like to answer those last two: 
I think those great men would call today's media a disgusting gaggle of cheap-ass harlots and 
they'd call todays Democrats spineless weenies who soil their pink tutus whenever Rove barks.

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"Less than four months before Election Day, the latest Fox News Poll finds that voters 
strongly favor the Democrats on key issues such as the economy and gas prices, and give 
the minority party a double-digit lead for control of Congress this fall. Meanwhile, Bush's 
approval rating dropped back down to 36% -- down five points in just two weeks."  
      --Political Wire,   Link


Middle East in Flames

I'm going to talk about this without talking about it.
Don't write and tell me "how things should be."
Things are what they are.

Right now, Israel has the much stronger military. They're holding a knife.
The kidnappers (gotta call 'em something) don't want to comply,
even tho they're confronted by a man with a knife.

Every hour that goes by and the kidnapped soldiers are not released,
Israel stabs the kidnappers again, and they're bleeding.

Instead of complying with the armed man, the Ks are wailing,
"It's not right! The stab wounds hurt so much. I'm bleeding everywhere," 
but they refuse to return the soldiers so Israel stabs them again.

Instead of complying with the armed man, the Ks are wailing,
"It's not fair! It's so terrible - what the armed man keeps doing, it hurts so much," 
but they refuse to return the soldiers so Israel stabs them again.

Instead of complying with the armed man, the Ks are wailing,
"It's not right! The women and children are dying and they're bombing our food," 
but they refuse to return the soldiers so Israel stabs them again.

Do you see where I'm going?

What *I* am talking about has nothing to do with Israel or Palestine or the 
Middle East or any other religious insanity that the crazies will accuse me of siding with. 
When the guy with the knife barks an order at you, you have two choices and each time,
The Ks ask Israel to stab them again. 

I remember the old Jack Benny joke:
The robber says, "Your money or your life!' and Benny just stands there.
The robber barks, "Your money or your life!'

And Benny, indignant that he's being rushed says, "I'm thinking about it!"
It always got a big laugh because what kid of idiot doesn't want to live?

Religious idiots, that's who.
How many hundreds of thousands of people have been killed because both
sides claim the never-existed Invisible Cloud Being gave them that fucking sand.

They'd rather have that sand than watch their kids grow up.
That what religion does to people.

Separate but Equal

The sand is almost as useless as the lies that have been passed down for thousands 
of years so bastards like the Bush Family Evil Empire can make a profit from death.

Do you think it's an accident that the BFEE sells oil and weapons?
They could sell soybeans, but it's hard to create a deamnd for subeans.
It's easy to create a demand for war - especially when you're the president of the US.

Bush the smarter stole the presidency so he could start a fake war in the Middle East.
Bush the stupid stole the presidency so he could start a fake war in the Middle East.

It's about the BFEE making gazllions of dollars and if you call them on it, they'll say 
"You hate the troops!" and the networks, the newspapers and the talk radio Nazis 
will agree with them and that's how the Earth turned into a spinning cinder.

Remember: Oil is going to $100, and then to $200.
And who controls most of the oil on Earth?




"The Congressional Budget Office estimates the Iraq war could cost 
  between $202 billion and $406 billion more over the next decade."  
      --Think Progress,  Link

We could've used that money to help millions of Americans who are struggling
but Bush stole that money and the Democrats just stood there and watched him.


Subject: her 


I met the most intriguing woman, during the 1992 Presidential campaign, was her. 

As I talked she looked at me with the most intense look. We were interrupted several times,
each time she would ask me to excuse her looked at the aide and would look back at me and 
smile as if to say 'I will be right back.'  

The intensity of her gaze and the glint in her eye told much.  Cold, no intelligent, yes.  
In today's world where puppets are 'king' true intelligence is feared.  She has warmth and intelligence.  
The warmth was that she allowed me to speak my piece without cutting me off 
when she had many others clambering for her attention.


Tim, why do you hate America?
If you loved your country, you'd help those hueueueuge lefty web sites 
(and we know who they are) knife the demo front-runner in the back.


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Democrats cave in again, apologize
 How dare they show Bush doing a bad job...

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Democrats pulled an Internet ad that showed flag-draped coffins Friday after Republicans
and at least two Democrats demanded it be taken down on grounds the image was insensitive
and not fit for a political commercial.

The ad by the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee called for a "new direction" and
displayed a staccato of images, including war scenes, pollution and breached levees as well as a
photograph of  Tom DeLay doctored to look like a police mug shot.

I'm so sick of Democrats caving in and Democrat apologies.
Why is it wrong to show a series of Bush disasters in an ad?


Subject: answer to perkel's challenge 

I accept your challenge about God showing up and creating a miracle
and I also concede that God will not show up.

You win!

Now that you have title to the Holy Land you can take your title 
and show it to the Israelies and tell them to move out.
Mid-east problem solved. 
End of all Israeli conflicts as you are ruler of the Holy Land.
Damn, that was easy. 

Shouldn't you tell Bush about your new ownership 
and let the world know that the problem is finally solved?

Let us know when the Israelies honor you title deed 
and begin moving out, meanwhile I won't hold my breath.


Mike, you're right - they'll never leave.
They love that sacred sand more than they love their children.

That's the problem - religious insanity.


Gingrich: It's World War III


Newt Gingrich says America is in World War III and Bush should say so. Gingrich said Bush 
should call a joint session of Congress the first week of September and talk about global military 
conflicts in much starker terms than have been heard from the president. "We need to have the 
militancy that says 'We're not going to lose a city,' " Gingrich said. He talks about the need to 
recognize World War III as important for military strategy and political strategy."


Subject: my WPE sticker

My parents (who are in their 70s and survived Stalin's USSR and WWII), although they 
hate Bush almost as much as I do, were  apprehensive about my putting the WPE sticker 
on the back of my  Jeep.  They live in a Republican neighborhood, and thought it might  
upset their neighbors, or that crazy people might take it out on my car.

Imagine their surprise when their next door neighbor wandered over, took one look at it, 
and launched into a diatribe against Bush.  This  guy is a retired plumber, devout Catholic,
and generally pretty  conservative.

I told them similar things happened to me all the time.  When I went  to a local hardware store, 
and the owner saw the sticker, he also launched into an anti-Bush  diatribe.  A woman at the 
drugstore sees my stickers, and asks me where to get some.

So many people have been cowed into silence, and are afraid of being  labeled "un-American" 
if they don't "support their president" that  they don't realized how many people out here in the 
heartland really  agree with them.  Bush is "hated" by a majority of Americans.  Look at the polls.

All it takes is a sticker (or a T-shirt) to get the conversation  going, an outward sign that acts to
catalyze the conversation.  And  once people start talking, they come flooding out, the pent up  
feelings they've had.  It's as though they are relieved to finally express what they really believe.



Winnipeg Folk Festival 2006.  
Lot's of comments, not one negative.  
Vic from Santa Fe

Bush's disengagement 
While Earth burns, Bush gets wood for a pig

As Israeli warplanes were preparing an attack on Lebanon Thursday afternoon, 
and a Lebanese militia was aiming a rocket at the ancient Israeli city of Safed, 
America's Nut-Monkey was bantering with reporters in Germany about a pig.

Bush kept bringing up the roast wild boar he was about eat at a banquet that night, 
even when asked about the swelling crisis in the Middle East, where pig meat is 
forbidden to religious Jews and Muslims.

"Does it concern you that the Beirut airport has been bombed?" a reporter asked.
"And do you see a risk of triggering a wider war?"

"I thought you were going to ask me about the pig," Bush replied blithely.
Then he brought the pig up again -- for the fifth time -- before giving a long answer
that ended with his saying Israel needed to protect itself.

"He was asked a serious question," said Ian Lustick, a Middle East expert and 
his answer "epitomized his disengagement in the Middle East."

Actually, he's too stupid to have an opinion.

He can't look at a situation and use his brain to forn an opinion ir a reply.
He has to wait until somebody can't write 2-3 very short sentences for him,
something he can retain and remember, THEN he'll give you Cheney's opinion.



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Subject: the Catholic dog

Muldoon lived alone in the Irish countryside with only a pet dog for company. 
One day the dog died, and Muldoon went to the parish priest and asked, 
"Father, me dog is dead. Could ya' be saying' a mass for the poor creature?"

Father Patrick replied, "I'm afraid not; we cannot have services for an animal in the church. 
But there are some Baptists down the lane, and there's no tellin' what they believe. 
Maybe they'll do something for the creature."

Muldoon said, "I'll go right away Father. Do ya' think $5,000 is enough 
to donate to them for the service?"

Father Patrick exclaimed, "Sweet Mary, Mother of Jesus! 
Why didn't ya tell me the dog was Catholic?"



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Boondoogle by Design


If you were to gather together the finest, most creative minds and ask them to come up with 
a plan to outsource the reconstruction of Iraq that would guarantee shoddy work, overcharges, 
unfinished projects and overt graft, they would probably devise a system very similar to what 
[Bush has produced] for the past three years. In Baghdad, basics like electricity, sanitation and 
clean drinking water are at lower levels today than they were before the war. A poll last year 
found that after more than two years of work, only 30 percent of Iraqis had any idea that there 
was any kind of reconstruction effort at all. The reconstruction of Iraq has become a boondoggle 
of historic proportions, but make no mistake: It's a boondoggle by design.

The BFEE can't make any money in peacetime.
Of course,  readers knew that years ago.


Subject: WPE pic

Bart, I went undercover in the deep south of Michigan to bring you this pic.  

Keep hammering the bastards.

Tom the Pillar In Pontiac 

Dude, thanks - see you in 8 weeks.


Demo Wave is Building


There's probably no way congressional Republicans can lose this fall, no matter how 
unpopular President Bush is or how unhappy the voters are with the war in Iraq. 

That's the prevailing view in Washington today. But it's wrong. If history is any guide, 
we're heading into a major political storm. And that means we could see a national tide 
in November that will sweep the Democrats back into the majority.

What people don't get is this:
The Republicans will do anything to win. F-ing anything.

If victory knocks on the Democrats' door 
they'll consider allowing victory to come in, but only if it removes its shoes.


Subject: What has the GOP ever done for the working class?


Now explain to me why no Dem candidate for a high office, 
or a current Senator with a mouth can say this..daily
on whatever news outlet they can find.


They don't read


Subject: my shirts arrived

I'm going to wear the red one to Venice Beach on Sunday. 
If I can con a muscleman or bikini girl to take my pix, will send to you via my Treo!

Bart the Red one is REALLY bright and the pix on the web page don't do it justice. 
But the design is great. I just wish I could wear it to my government job.

I am going to start calling you CALVINBART, BARTSTON, or  BARTHILFIGER!
 Joe B 

Subject: my *red* WPE t-shirt

        Liz Mac in her very red WPE shirt

Send in a picture of you in your WPE t-shirt!

 Here's my picture, Bart!

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Bush Agrees Osama Helped in '04
 by Robert Parry

CIA analysts concluded that bin-Laden was actually playing a double game, pretending 
to want Bush out when he really hoped Bush would stay in. Bin-Laden was cagy enough 
to realize that his well-timed denunciation of Bush would have a predictable boomerang 
effect and thus help Bush gain a second term.

Bin-Laden's thinking apparently was that Bush's ...bloody occupation of Iraq, would 
continue creating thousands of new extremists to swell the ranks of al-Qaeda while 
also enhancing bin-Laden's personal status in the Islamic world.

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Subject: Bart's Law #1

And this is how we got George Bush and why I will vote third Party. 
Like I said, you are the other side of the same coin.

 Jerry D

You're going to vote for Bush because people want to be lied to?
And I had the nerve to point that out?

That's probably the strangest thing I'll read all day.


Big Bang Theory In Ruins


The case for reducing our commitment to Iraq is built on a compelling proposition: 

that the administration made a huge bet on Iraq and it lost. American voters can decide 
to keep the gamble going, to risk more lives and money, and hope that something turns up. 
Or they can decide that this gamble will never deliver the winnings that those who took it 
on our behalf promised. By late November of this year, the United States will have been 
at war in Iraq for as long as we were involved in World War II. Under those circumstances, 
the burden of proof should not be on those who argue for changing what we're doing. 
It should be on those who set a failed policy in motion and keep promising, despite the 
evidence, that it will somehow pay off if only we 'stay the course.'


Subject: an interesting observation on Huffington

Bart, you wrote:

> "No, it's not personal - they're in it for the money."

I honestly didn't think it was the OBVIOUS whoring that she was doing. 
She IS running a website 'paper' AND she can satisfy enough radicals with this crap talk.

Damn it. How many sites are really untainted?

Not sure, but right now, if you're a lefty and you want to make tons of cash,
you need to bash her daily and you'll make tons of the stuff.

I've had formerly sane Democrats say, "What about Mena airport?" to me.

Are we all turning into Jerry Falwell?


 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2003 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is almost $79 a barrel
makes $158,000,000 Bush stole just yesterday

You heard it here first.
Oil is going to $100 a barrel, then to $200

No wonder they were so eager to start a war

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

2546....2549 American victims


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

Throwing Lieberman under the bus

The race between Ned Lamont and Joe Lieberman is the race for the Democratic Party. 
After Aug. 8, we will know if Ned Lamont is an apparition or the leader of a larger storm 
for the Democratic Party. That larger storm is the anti-war momentum... Lamont is a bellwether. 
It's interesting to watch Democrats on the 2008 presidential wannabe list distance themselves 
from Lieberman. Hillary Clinton went out of her way to be the first to raise the throw-Lieberman
-under-the-bus banner on Independence Day, followed quickly by almost everybody else. 
You just can't buy that kind of loyalty.

ha ha

She taking criticism now for not sticking with Lierberman and Bush's bloody quagmire?
You can't buy that kind of political genius.


Subject: Plame vs Cheney et al

(in seven easy steps)

1. cased dismissed
2. appeal
3. cased dismissed
4. appeal
5. case dismissed
6. case goes to S.C.O.T.U.S
7. S.C.O.T.U.S. declines to hear PLAME vs. CHENEY


KC, you think it'll get that far?


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My base knows I'm gay..."

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This is Going to Be A Big War

The fighting is everywhere, and there is no way the Americans can control it now," says Abu Talat.
"The Shia are fighting each other for control of Basra, while also fighting the Sunni." 
"It is civil war now in Iraq, no doubt," he continues, 'But no matter who you ask, no one will admit it. 
Because people are too afraid to admit this. People prefer to deny it.'"

Wait, that can't be right.
People want to be told the truth - don't they?


Subject: The Who


I've been to many a Rock and Roll Show and I gotta tell ya the best one I ever saw 
was the Who in St. Louis, sometime in the mid-90s.  I was lucky to get really good seats 
by standing in line at at Ticketwhore outlet the first day they went on sale.  I was even luckier
when I made it to the show just in time to witness the boys launch into Quadrophenia.  

Live horns, stage show, costume changes, etc., etc., of course the Opera in its entirety.
They came back and did a loooooong quasi-acoustic encore.

Still makes me shiver thinkin' 'bout it. . .
 Rev. Jim

Jim, you must be mistaken.
The Who haven't toured in 25 years :)


Carol and Marselle with David Zeiger writer producer and director of "Sir! No Sir!"
Tim Goodrich co-founder of Iraq Vets Against War in background.  
The excellent film explores the very real peace movement by solders 
against the Vietnam war as it was happening.  David says he 
believes the film is even more relevant now that we are in Iraq.  
Limited Edition of this film available only at

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Subject: WPE in CA

I went to the bank the other day and the shirt literally stopped traffic. 

Cars pulled over, rolled down their windows, and asked where they could buy one. 
Maybe you could have business cards to download that say BARTCOP.COM 
so we could print them out and hand them to future customers.

Teacher Ed


This last weekend at Conrad Farms in Bixby, OK they had sweet Sugar Pearl corn.

Damn, it was sooo good.

Party at the Palms, Sept 16

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Valerie Plame gets a book deal


 Yahoo News

Valerie Plame, whose outing led to the indictment of that Scooter Libby bastard, 
has agreed to write her memoirs for Simon & Schuster. 


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