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Wed-Monday   Sept 13-18, 2006  Vol 1837 - Saints with Brains

Quote of the Day

"But [9-11] ended on a relatively 
  humorous note.  We got a laugh out of it.."
     -- Trifectaboy, talking about his big day,     Link


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
9/11 Benefits
Iraq toll tops 9-11
Swiftboating lows 
Shut up & deal 
Promises not kept 
Random Thought 
Clarke blasts Disney 
Whitewash Fraud 
Brooke Burke 




"If the Americans were occupied by another country
  they would do the same as we are, or even more."
     -- Mustafa Yaqoubi, deputy of  Moqtada al-Sadr, Link

You can't argue with that.
We have the luxury of being the bully - never the bullied.

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Who Benefits from 9/11 Angst?
  by Ivan Eland

The president and his party - sagging in the polls - point out that they were in power on 9/11.
They want to exploit the public exhibition of collective grief because the only issue on which
they poll better than Democrats is fighting terrorism.

This polling result, however, has always been a mystery. The president bungled a chance to get
bin Laden in Tora Bora, Afghanistan, by relying on local militias instead of our special forces.

Five years later, Osama and al-Zawahiri still have not been apprehended. After 9/11, the number of
terrorist attacks and suicide terrorist attacks worldwide has skyrocketed. And the war in Iraq
spurred more attacks by acting as a motivator and incubator for radical jihadi terrorism.

Bush likes to have it both ways. He crows about their anti-terrorism efforts by bragging that we
have not had another attack since 9/11, while keeping the fear of another attack alive to win elections.

Note:  is the most important site on the internet

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"I am not so sure that the views about the Iraq war and terrorism are chiseled in stone.
  People may not have fully understood the approach the president took and his thinking."
     -- Tony Snow, making no sense at all,  Link

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Iraq death toll higher than 9-11
 Monkey has killed more than the 19 handjobs


While Bush spent the day exploiting the memory of those we lost five years ago, the nation overlooked
a grim milestone: More Americans have now died in Iraq than died on 9/11. Iraq didn't attack us on 9-11,
and our misguided policy there has now taken more American lives than Al Qaeda.

Here are the numbers: 3,015 Americans have died in Iraq as of September 9.
2,666 of these were military deaths and 349 were civilians.

The Republicans are fond of playing cheap number games with Iraqi casualty figures, and one of the
ways they do it is by listing the deaths of military personnel only. They're hoping that a lazy press and
an indifferent public will overlook the civilian losses, and to a large extent they've been right so far.

I think somebody predicted this would happen.
Wasn't too hard to see coming, tho...

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People in the Black Hills copied
your link to order T-shirts.

Swiftboating: A New Low


Political dirty tricks have long been a staple of American elections. But now there's a relatively
new black art in the mix -- a form of attack politics funded to the tune of millions and featuring
a wide network of surrogates eager to get into the fight. It's dirty tricks on steroids, and it's called
swiftboating...Swiftboating takes dirty tricks to a new level. Keep your eyes open, because any
election year is swiftboating season. Since the Republicans have so much to lose this year,
we better get set for a very big October surprise coming from a GOP front group near you.

If I was running the DNC, I'd say, "Bring 'em on."
We have the truth on our side and they can just suck it.

Randi Rhodes said the GOP is spending $50M on private eyes to dig up dirt on Dems.
Knowing the Dems, they'll cower and wimper instead of fighting back - but why?

Thery are the party of crimes and kinky sex.
If the Dems would just list the facts they'd look like saints with brains.

But they'd rather wet themselves in fear - why?

                                  "Mr Rove is so scary..."

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Subject: boycott Disney

The best response to Disney/ABC for the despicable right wing lies told in The Path to 9/11
is a prolonged boycott of everything associated with Disney and all programming shown on ABC.
That's the only thing that will send a message to Disney/ABC and all other Fascist corporate entities
that would dare use the airwaves to spread right wing propaganda lies.

Complaining and bitching won't hurt them but a boycott by all Democrats who value the truth will
show them that we will fight back by hurting their bottom line which will hurt the stock holders.
Imagine what would happen if about 50% of their customers/viewers participated in the boycott.

Wild Bill

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"One of the hardest parts of my job is to connect Iraq to the war on terror."
     --Dubya, telling the truth to Perky on CBS,  Link

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Subject: the path to Waco

Hey Bart,

While we are blaming 9/11 on Clinton . . .

Why don't don't they do a new docudrama on Waco to swiftboat Clinton and Reno
for assaulting a "church," oh wait, The Discovery Channel is doing just that.


Because it's better to have Bush and the Republicans.
Oh Koresh!

 Orchard Park, New York

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The path from 9-11

 Link not there

We're five years out now. We were talking to each other about what 9-11 has meant to us,
and I feel that the world I had expected to live in is gone now. We may eventually be able to
build something better than the world as it is at this moment, but it will never be the same again.
I am more than ever afraid for what it will be like for those who were born after 9-11-2001,
who will not remember that this country was at one time a different place.

I hadn't thought of that before, but it's true.
People born after 2001 may never know what it's like to have a Constitution.
They may never have a truly private conversation on the phone.
They may never know the America we once knew - before Bush fucked it all up.

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Subject: 9-11

Your 9-11 comments  are spot on.
How many times are you Yanks going to re-live 9/11?
You all seem to wallow in it. Every year it becomes a bigger event.
Let's face it you won WW1 & 2 thousands of times in the movies,
along with Vietnam, Korea, Iraq - you just can't get enough of war, hate and misery.

The average American person can't exist unless they have a massive guilt trip loaded upon them
by your media and you all love it. Someone has to pay, someone has to be blamed, life in the USA
seems to be a case of  I win, you lose, I'm right, you're wrong, even your so called light entertainment
is all about WINNING and seeing the other contestants being insulted, and humiliated.
No one can bear not to be the best and have everything, even if it kills you.

Chill out USA so the rest of us can live a happy peaceful life.
  Chris from Australia

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Random Thought...

If I had more time, I'd put something clever here.

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"Suggestions that we withdraw U.S. forces from Iraq validate the strategy of the terrorists."
      --Dick Cheney,    Link

So, to prevent validating their strategy, we're staying in the middle of Iraq's civil war forever?

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Subject: rape victims

That's it, Bart, I'm throwing in the towel.
Women who want to have their rapist's baby? This is so sad.

Some of your email must truly alarm you...or does it?
 John F

I am uncomfortably numb.

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Promises not kept
  Paul Krugman


Five years ago, the nation rallies around a president who promised vengeance against those
responsible for 9/11. Yet Osama bin Laden is still alive and at large. His trail, The WaHoPo
reports, has gone "stone cold. " Osama and his deputy, Ayman al-Zawahiri, are evidently
secure enough in their hideaway that they can taunt us with professional-quality videos.
They certainly don't lack for places to stay. Pakistan's government has signed a truce with
Islamic militants in North Waziristan, the province where bin Laden is presumed to be hiding.
Although the Pakistanis say that this doesn't mean that bin Laden is immune from arrest,
their claims aren't very credible.

Was it always Bush's plan to give bin Laden amnesty?
The BFEE is always good to their partners, right?

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Subject: Tell It to Somebody Who Cares

It was almost painful watching Bush, during his 9/11 speech, trying to get and/or maintain
a facial expression that looked like he cared.  It looked like it was painful for *him*!

The photo you put up here on your site is a perfect illustration of that.

They can't last forever!!!
Victory is just around the corner (I really believe that)!!!
That's why they call me...


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Richard Clarke blasts Disney whores

As someone who was directly involved in almost every event depicted in the fictionalized docudrama,
"The Path to 9-11," I believe it is an egregious distortion that does a deep disservice both to history
and to those in both the Clinton and Bush administrations who are depicted.

Sadly, ABC's Entertainment Division hired a production company and screen writer who were
apparently unqualified to deal with this historically important subject matter. That error appears to
have been compounded by the failure of some of the docudrama's consultants to insure that the
account was accurate. Some of the most outrageous scenes were removed after a recent senior
level review. What remains, however, is not the true story as told by the 9-11 Commission.

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A special shout out to Pauline in Hayward, CA.
She's snail mail subscriber who sends something each month in a funny card.

Thanks, Pauline the Pillar!

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Subject: t-shirt idea

Hey Bart,

I have an idea for a new t-shirt.
You could have Bush's face printed on the front,
just below that you could print "I'm NOT with Stupid."

Bill Maher made the comment on his show Friday nite
and I thought it'd make a great t-shirt. What do you think?

Keep up the great work!

Barb, I like it, but we'd need 20 orders to offset the new printing costs.
T-shirts aren't very prifitable and they take lots of time.

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There's nothing wrong with being gay


In fact, it might make you closer friends with Der Monkey.

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Marty's Entertainment Page

always has good stuff.

Click on the E!


"It was important a Democrat to stand up and call on him publicly to accept more
  responsibility for what he had done.  I did what I believed was right for our country."
    -- Joe Lieberman, on standing up to president harming America - like Clinton,   Link

The democrat gets a hummer, Kissyface goes wild with outrage.
But when the other party's idiot kills 2700 soldiers,
Kissyface feels it's his place to bend over and support him.

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Subject: your birthday?

Mr. Bart,

Is 9/12 your birthday?   Happy BD.
Sorry about that Virgo thing (it explains a lot [me and many
of my best friends are Virgo's, too, so we know the complex]).

Today is also Leonard Peltier's - who is 62 years old today, and also
'celebrating' the anniversary of his 31st year behind bars  - 1/2 of his life
as a political prisoner.  Our local museum had a showing of 'Incident at Oglala'
which is a pretty intense visual of the history of this damnable story.

Anyway, Happy Birfday,

T Quigly

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9/11 Kean Commission - Fraud


On the fifth anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, three hours before the Kean-Hamilton luncheon
address at the National Press Club, the former Air Force officer and director of the 'Star Wars'
program who just won Florida's 15th District Democratic primary with 54 percent of the vote on an
explicit platform to expose the fraud of the Kean Commission Report, and top 9/11 researchers,
authors and activists will present hard proof that the official narrative of the Kean-Hamilton Whitewash
Commission and Bush- Cheney Administration is a fraud of world historic proportions.

Proposed legislation for a new and genuinely independent expert investigation, the first reality-based
9/11 feature film, and the International Grand Jury on the Crimes of 9/11 will be announced.

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 Iraq pumped 3.5M barrels daily before Bush invaded
 and then they got their 2003 Halliburton upgrade

Bush's oil gouge, which is going to $100a barrel
makes $350,000,000 Bush will steal every day.

No wonder they were so eager to start a war,

stealing  $350,000,000 every day.

It's the biggest theft in Earth's history.

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

2669....2671 American victims

TWO more Bush victims since last issue.

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

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Supernova must change name: judge

     Brooke Burke - host of Supernova


Some other band already has that name.

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