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Friday   Oct 20, 2006   Vol 1860 - I'm calling it...

Quote of the Day

"al Qaeda is still very active in Iraq. 
  They are dangerous. They are lethal."
    -- Pres Bush, ...telling ...the truth?     Link

  After three years of constant pounding by the 
  world's most formidable military machine,
  doesn't their stepped up violence prove we're losing?
  Stay the quagmire, George - for your legacy.

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Who Is 'Any Person?'
Crimes of Intimidation 
Nevada's Pot Vote  
R vs D on Security 
Gambling Man 
Oval Office Slug-o-rama 
Don't count them out 
Top Ten DC Dumbest 
Vanessa Marcil returns 





"He could be right. There's certainly a stepped up level 
  of violence, and we're heading into an election." 
    -- President Violent Extremist, on Tom Friedman writing that have
        another 1968 Veitnamese-type Tet offensive on our hands   Link

Wait, why is Bush starting to admit the truth 19 days before an election?

I'm suspiciouser than I was before.

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Who Is 'Any Person' in Tribunal Law?
  by Robert Parry

The New York Times lead editorial gives false comfort to American citizens by assuring them 
that they will not be victims of George W. Bush's new draconian system for prosecuting enemies
of the U.S. government in military tribunals outside constitutional protections.

"This law does not apply to American citizens," the Times editorial stated, 

So, what does the new Torture Act clearly state? (< Bart's question.)

"Any person is punishable as a principal under this chapter who commits an offense punishable 
by this chapter, or aids, abets, counsels, commands, or procures its commission," according to 
the law, passed by the Republican-controlled Congress in September and signed by Bush on Oct. 17.

"Any person subject to this chapter who, in breach of an allegiance or duty to the United States, 
knowingly and intentionally aids an enemy of the United States ... shall be punished as a military
commission may direct.

If the Times is correct that "this law does not apply to American citizens," why does it contain 
language referring to Any person and then adding in an adjacent context a reference to people
acting "in breach of an allegiance or duty to the United States"?

As always, Parry is 100 correct. When the law states, clear as Lake Concha,
Any person , what part of Any person  excludes you and me? 

For years, we at  have said Bush can kidnap, torture and murder anyone
whe wants.  After a few years went by, the Whore Supreme Court said,
"George, you can't kidnap, torture and murder suspects without the permission of Congress," 
so Bush went to capitol Hill, forced McCain to bend over and Bush got what he wanted.

                    Stolen from the Wizard of Whimsey

Nothin has changed - Congress simply made kidnapping, torture and murder legal.
(Pink tutu picture should go here, but I don't want to wear it out.)  is the most important site on the internet
Today's article was a damn good example of it, too.

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Bill O'Reilly: The Democrats don't like you because you're a man of faith.
Dubya: I'm sad for people who don't like me because I happen to believe in the Almighty.
      -- from O'Reilly's pity party with Der Fuhrer,   Link

 ha ha
What sluts they both are!

O'Reilly:      Why do they hate your greatness, Sir?
Der Dubya:  I feel sorry for those who can't appreciate my greatness!
O'Reilly:      Right you are, Sir! 

 ha ha
And the religio-monkeys actually believe this horseshit?

Note: I'm only criticising those who love Bush more than God.

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"The best news in the field.'

GOP Intimidation Crimes

 From a reader:
GOP crook wannabe Tan Nguyen acknowledged today that an employee in his campaign was 
involved in sending out a letter intended to suppress Latino voter turnout in Orange County, 
but said he had no knowledge of it and that the employee has been fired.

The disclosure came one day after the state attorney general's office 
began focusing on Nguyen's campaign as the source of the letter.

Addressing questions about the letter for the first time, Nguyen said his office manager 
"took it upon herself to allow our database to be used to send out the letter."
"It was disseminated without my authorization or approval," he said.

Looks to me like they had an escape hatch.
If they get caught fixxing the election, they say, "Me, cheating? I blame the 'unnamed staffer."

Isn't that what Rush said when he called Chelsea Clinton, 'the White House dog?"
That great moment in GOP sleaziness was produced personally by Roger Ailes,
vulgar Pigboy TV producer at the time and now the head of FOX Whore News.
It's a small bunker, isn't it?.

But the GOP crimes?
You know they're doing this in every precinct in America, the bastards.

They can't win unless they cheat, so cheat they do, 
but we can't get the Democrats to give a rat's ass

          "Bart, it's not about winning - it's about playing fair!"

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Nevada to have Pot Vote 
 Common sense rules in that city


Gambling, prostitution, and now pot? Organizers of a Nevada ballot measure hope voters 
in a state where almost everything goes will go one better and legalize marijuana.

If it passes Nov. 7, Nevada will be the first state to allow adults to possess up to an ounce 
of pot that they could buy at government-regulated marijuana shops.

The Committee to Regulate and Control Marijuana, which has pushed medical marijuana
and decriminalization laws around the country, thinks Nevada - with its embrace of certain
vices and its streak of Western independence - is a perfect venue.

I agree - screw those Eastern Liberals.
Out in Nevada, they have that independent sprit.
They do what ever the hell they want.

My God, did you know in Nevada you can play poker?  
Shhhhhhhhh. It's a secret!

Is regulating pot better than buying it in dark alleys?
All signs point to yes!

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Subject: Malloy on the radio

It was great to hear Mike Malloy again! A man with some balls.
Hope u found the link......I had trouble too...

When I become president, I'm looking at Malloy for Secretary of State.
I haven't asked him yet, but he's a patriot - he'd do it.

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We have a few shot glasses left.

If I was a gambling man,

I'd bet each of you $1 that I can make you laugh out loud.

The only condition? 
You'd have to be old enough to remember LBJ's "dog scandal."

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...and I hope Tony Blair does good at The Carlyle Group,

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Random thought...

I was answering an e-mail when I wrote this, and when I read it back I got scared.

What I wrote was,  "If we win in November, maybe we'll get some answers."

It scared me because they can't afford to lose their grip on power.
If these Fascist bastards are guilty of only half of what we suspect, they're looking at 
death in prison and they won't do that - they'll commit suicide before they'll go to prison.

And in this Nov 7 elections, if the choices for the GOP are between "winning" and "suicide,"
I think they're going to pull every trick in the book and ten more we've never heard of.

They CAN'T let the democrats win because if the Democrats investigate the Gascist bastards
will be put under oath and when the first guy cracks the wall is going to crash real damn hard.

I'm calling it right now, October 20: 
The GOP will retain power in both houses.

It's not what I want, it's what has to be - in their minds.

The truth can not come out - it just f-ing can't
That truth MUST remain hidden no matter what the cost.

The BFEE is Tony Montana and his house is surrounded by Columbians.
Tony is rich, cunning, ruthless and he's trapped in a life-and-death corner.

How hard is Tony going to fight to win this next battle?

They've committed crimes again and again to cover their original crimes.
They can't afford to have these crimes see the light of day!

The only way I can be wrong is if they're not guilty of any major crimes.

Either they have a Diebold guarantee in place or a BIG terrorist strike is coming, 
so big that it causes a "temporary" postponement in the November elections.

New Yorkers, don't you have a relative you need to visit in Iowa?
DC residents, how long since you've been to Atlanta?

Of course, I could be wrong. Maybe Bush & Cheney are decent, honest statesmen
who would never try to subvert the Constitution to gain more money and more power...

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 Want to trade links?

The link page is bigger than ever,
thanks to Chicago Jim

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Put "Link me" in the subject header.
Maybe mention what section you belong in - news, humor, etc

Your link will be seen by dozens

Subject: McCartney vs. Heather 

What do you mean by "I never liked her music anyway?" 
Mills isn't a musical performer, she's an activist of some kind.

Keep swinging the big hammer.

That was a joke that didn't work.

What I meant was, Paul has written some of the best music ever (but lately, not so much)
but I don't remember Heather writing anything - so why should she get half of his money?

Paul started amassing his fortune in 1963.
He meets Heather in 2003 and now she's entitled to half?

It's different when the wife works two jobs to put her husband thru medical school.
If he dumps her after that, she should get 75% of his ass the rest of her life.

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Mike Malloy subs for Springer October 19 & 20!
Check your local Springer on the Radio affiliates for broadcast times.   Listen LIVE


Mike Returns Monday October 30th at 9PM ET
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Bart, there will be a Malloy thread on DU tomorrow at 9:00 with the links that are working.  
In fact, works for me using Windows Media Player.   

If you check the thread in GD,  you will find the links we found to be successful.  
Not surprisingly, air america wasn't exactly working.


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Republican v. Democrat on Security
 by Burt Hall

National security again stands as a major issue in the U.S. national elections. 
But unlike 2002 and 2004, polls show it is not the Republican strong suit it once was. 
That's in part because the American people know more of George W. Bush's real record. 
Here, national security expert Burt Hall compares how the two parties have dealt with terrorism. 

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 "I deserve your vote."

Top Ten Dumbest in DC  

10) Sen. Jim Bunning (R-KY)
9) Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-RI)
8) Sen. Conrad Burns (R-MT)
7) Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D-GA)
6) Rep. Jean Schmidt (R-OH)
5) Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA)
4) Rep. J.D. Hayworth (R-AZ)
3) Sen. James Inhofe (R-OK)
2) Rep. Don Young (R-AK)
1) Rep. Katherine Harris (R-FL)

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So much to keep up with...

Mike Malloy subs for Springer October 19 & 20!
Shirley Manson and others will do Pretenders songs on VH1 Classic Oct 20th
The free Stern offer is October 25 and 26.
My friend Teri's "Ghost Moms" premiers on WE on October 27, the Friday before Halloween.

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Here's the deal:

This flood can't shut me down in the next 30 days - it just can't.
So, the contractor is going to come in next week and pull the floor up.
We might have to be down that day.

Then I'll turn on some fans and get back to work.

After the election, we'll have them back to do the real work so I can be
back at my post when Bush starts all his last-minute crimes and cover-ups. 

Y'know what makes it worse? We already have a flood (that moves us here) 
and a hail beatdown on BOTH of our cars, in the yeast two years. So if I claim this, 
my home owners insurance will drop me, so I gotta eat the costs. ...sons of bitches...


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We will write your name on the square foot and send you a picture,

...assuming Mrs Bart will allow me to write on her new floor.

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Bush  Talk Radio
 Slug-o-rama in the Oval Office

On a Friday morning last month, White House aides ushered an influential group of conservative 
radio hosts into the Oval Office for a private audience with the president. For an hour and a half,
Mr. Bush discussed his case for the war in Iraq, his immigration proposals and even the personality
of his Scottish terrier Barney, who scratched on the door during the session until the president 
relented and let him into the office, according to several hosts who attended. The meeting, which 
was not announced on the president's public schedule, was part of an intensive Republican Party
campaign to reclaim and re-energize a crucial army of supporters that is not as likely to walk in 
lockstep with the White House as it has in the past.

 Mike Gallagher, Neal Boortz, Laura Ingraham, Der Fuhrer, Sean Hannity and Michael Medved.

I think it's amazing that these slugs can sit upright on those couches without falling off.
Gee, I wonder if they'll be supporters when they leave his Yankfest?

Tell me, of all the people sitting down, who's the most honest?

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Stay the course?

Don't count them out 
 by Molly Ivins

I'm the one who has been writing for two years that the American people are fed up with the war 
and with Bush's lies and incompetence.  I'm the one that keeps beating the Washington press corps 
about the head over how out of touch it is. I'm the one who has been insisting there's a Democratic 
tide out here, and that the people are so far ahead of the politicians and the media it's painful to watch. 

So how come I'm not thrilled? Because I watched this happen two years ago -same rejection of the war, 
same disgust with Bush and Co., same understanding Republicans are for the rich, period, same polls 
showing D's with the lead going right into Election Day. And the same geographic gerrymander and 
same wall of money in the last two weeks. I'm not close to calling this election, and I'm sure not into
celebrating anything yet.

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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 $100 a 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...

2782....2787 American victims

Bush killed  5  more soldiers yesterday.

 "Bush's war costs $2 billion a week."
   -- so by all means, stay the course?

Bush has killed more
Americans than Osama.

Poker at Al's   Part 2

 Postoned due to flooding

 Hopefully, next issue

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Bill Maher has George Costanza, Barney Frank and Republican John Fund, 
"I beat women - got any?" 

Cardinals, Tigers in World Series,
Heroes marathon on NBC to catch up.
That cheerleader made it a hit.

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Subject: Cardinals vs Tigers

Bart, how much do you want to wager on the World Series this year. 
How about a bottle of Chinaco?

 Pontiac Tom

I'd like to bet, but your team is better! You guys swept the competition, 
but the Cardinals barely stumbled into this thru the back-door.

I need some odds, man.
How about two bottles if I win?

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Vanessa Marcil returns
 'Vegas' is back - and Big Ed's been shot!



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