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Tuesday   Oct 24, 2006   Vol 1862 - Mountebank

Quote of the Day

"Iraq is not awash in sectarian violence." 
   -- General Casey, (R-Liar) on CNN

"My lies kill good men."

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Dems Might Blow It
FOX warns America 
Obama thinking '08 
The Battlefield Widens
The Reddest Place 
GI Insurance 
Worst congress ever 
Random thought... 
Clooney is The Man 



"I'm votin' GOP"



"Most of all, "Death of a President" is electrifying drama, and compellingly realistic."
   Jim Emerson,

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How Democrats Might Blow It
  by Robert Parry

As Democrats go through their biennial rite of premature victory celebrations, they are inviting defeat
again by obsessing on polls about how many congressional seats are "in play" rather than on explaining
to the American people what a Republican victory on Nov. 7 would mean to the nation.

The Republican congressional victories in Election 2002 convinced Bush that the voters were behind
his plans for "preemptive" wars. He called Election 2004 his "accountability moment," ratifying both
his invasion of Iraq and his expansion of executive powers.

So, there should be little illusion how Bush would interpret a Republican upset victory on Nov. 7.  It would
be taken as a public embrace of his authoritarian vision for America's future and as an endorsement of the
neoconservative commitment to wage "World War III" against Islamic militants around the world.

If the GOP keeps control of Congress, Bush would be strongly tempted to double up on his bloody wager
in Iraq with military attacks on Iran and Syria. That expanded war would guarantee reprisals by radicalized
Muslims around the world and thus draw the United States into a virtually endless conflict.

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"We've never been "stay the course."
   -- Bush, lying about Iraq again, Link

 Have you ever seen a boy lie this much?

"We will stay the course."
    --Dubya, 08/30/06,  Link

"We will stay the course, we will complete the job in Iraq."
      --Dubya, 08/4/05,  Link

"We will stay the course until the job is done. We're just going to stay the course."
      --Dubya, 12/15/03, Link

"And my message today to those in Iraq is: We'll stay the course."
      --Dubya, 04/13/04,  Link

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Obama thinking '08


Sen. Barack Obama of Illinois said Sunday that he was considering a run for president in 2008,
backing away from previous pledges to serve out his full six-year Senate term.

Twice before on "Meet the Whore" Obama stated flatly that he would serve his full Senate term.
On Sunday, he attributed his possible change of heart to "the responses that I've been getting
over the last several months" while campaigning for Democratic candidates across the country.

We all like Obama, but let's get real.
As far as I know, he's been in politics less than two years.

Where does he get the ego that he's ready to be president?

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Fox News Warns Of Socialist Revolution
 They have a perfect track record - of lying

On Fox Whore News, Neil Cavuto had a segment asking whether Democrats 
will "crush the economy " if they win November's elections.

Yeah, beware what the Democrats do with the economy.

If the Democrats could be bothered to mention the facts,
they might actually get people to vote for their best interests.

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Subject: Mike Malloy

Bart, I turned on our local KPTR am station and found Mike Malloy on the air.
I missed the first half hour, it was such a pleasure to hear him again.
And, after the 11 o'clock hour, he mentioned you, saying that 'Bartcop always gets it right.'

Kuddos to you both for giving voice to my rage.
 Ben in Palm Springs, CA

I listened to Mike new station at
(air America Phoenix) and I heard a lefty talking.
He was very polished, calm, polite, had great diction, great manners etc.

I'm not sure these people are ready for Mike Malloy :)

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Subject: Our front runner

To suggest that we should all get behind Hillary because
she is the front runner is just plain anti-democratic.

 Neil the Nut

You have a point.
Why get behind the leader and beat the BFEE
when we could splinter the vote nine ways and lose?

I'd settle for no more left wing lies about her.
Those phony polls piss me off every time I see them.
Shame on those Democrats(?) who claim our front runner has no chance.

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"If we have some of these wild Democrats in charge of these congressional committees, 
  it will be a ghastly thing for our country. I would hate to think . . . what my son's life 
  would be like if their Republican Party lost its majorities."  
      -- Poppy the enabler, calling accountability "ghastly."   Link

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The Battlefield Widens

A growing number of GOP incumbents in seats once considered "safe" are struggling this month 
against a powerful current of discontent with the nation's direction, the performance of Congress and 
America's Murder Monkey and his endless, bloody quagmire. Republican seats at risk have nearly 
tripled since January, according to the nonpartisan (Don't make me laugh!) Cook Political Report. 
Then, 18 GOP seats were endangered; now, 48 are considered in play. The battleground is way 
broader than anyone thought was possible," said Eli Pariser of

I saw Cook on a talk show this weekend, weeping about "our upcoming losses."
Cook is as non-partisan as I am.

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"Let me get this straight. Osama is threatening to attack again, so we should 
  vote for the people who haven't been able to catch him for the last five years?" 
      -- Jimmy Kimmel

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Random thought...

The BTK monster killed 6.
Charlie Manson killed 8.
The Son of Sam killed 26.
John Wayne Gacey killed 32
Ted Bundy killed 36.
Osama killed 2700.
George W Bush killed 2800.

Warning: Bush and Osama are still at large.


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"The best news in the field.'

 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


  -- Tony the liar Snow, when asked if Bush was responsible for the fact that people think 
      Bush's plan IS stay the course since he's described it that way himself.

Well, of course.
Bush is never responsible for the things he says.

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Subject: Why would Shirley downplay her appearance?


I would guess that she wants to know she is appreciated as an artist and not for being 
the typical hot looking female rocker that use their looks to help them achieve success 
never knowing if they are appreciated as an artist. I know, some probably don't care.

I get that, but isn't she in the business of selling CDs?
In the last 8 years, Garbage was not in the top 100 in sales.

Being a musician myself, I am acutely aware of bands that use hot looking women
to achieve success and others who refuse to do that and consequently don't have
as big a following even though they may have a better band.

I agree that money isn't everything, and maybe she should be applauded for eschewing the cash,
(I've never used eschewing before - how'd I do?) but why look great for the interview and then 
dress like a homeless bag lady for the stage performance?  It's called show business.

She seems to look great no matter what she's wearing.
Although, I didn't see the potato sack dress appearance.
Do you have a pic?

I lost my TV photo-grab software when I upgraded.
Every time I'm forced to upgrade, I lose capabilities I once had.

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The reddest place in America

There's more Mormons here, and they're better educated. We have a very high education level
in this town, a very high income level in this town. Now, that equates with being conservatives.  

ha ha

We're fiscally aware of where the money comes from, and that it doesn't grow on the great tree
in Washington. We don't have any welfare state in this area at all. We don't have blacks in this 
area to speak of. We've had them, and they've come and gone. Not to say they were driven out; 

I'm sure those burning crosses had no effect at all...

they've just felt uncomfortable because there aren't enough of them
- like you and me moving to Montgomery, Alabama."

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Subject: oil prices

17 of the 19 9/11 hijackers were from Saudi Arabia.  
Bush invades Iraq instead of Saudi Arabia.  
The Saudis promise Bush that they will lower the price of oil 
to help the republicans in the election.  He keeps his promise. 

Imagine if something like this happened during Clinton's time in office.  
The investigations would still be going on.  

Where is the outrage?  
Where are the Democratic leaders?

The Demo leaders are under a table, soiling their pants with fear.

The most telling thing about this coming election is that IF we win big,
it won't be due to anything the scared and stupid Democrats did.

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The net's best advertising deal

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Mike Malloy Returns Monday October 30th  has more details.

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Subject: everyone needs to read this

Keith Olbermann's Advertising Terrorism

 Link and Video

I like Keith, he's one of the few who fight back, but his style drives me crazy.
He's as long-winded as Joe Biden (not a compliment.)
It takes Keith 25 words to say what can be said in six.

Plus, he assembles words and phrases like Kerry's speechwriter (also not a compliment.)
When I read him, I can't wait to get to the end.
I wish he had more "street" in him.

On the other hand (not that it's a contest) Robert Parry is the master.
I can read his stuff all day.  When I read Parry, I just want him to go on and on...

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GI Insurance

If you have GI Insurance and go into battle and are killed, 
the government has to pay $200,000 to your beneficiaries. 

If you don't have GI insurance, and you go into battle and get killed,
the government only has to pay a maximum of $6000.

Which bunch do you think they are going to send into battle first?

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Subject: The Republican with the dead female intern?

I know Bart, I know!

That would be none other than our beloved Joe" dead intern" Scarborough
of MSGOP's Scarborough Country.

Love your work,
Michigan Pat

Pat, if there was a God, that'd be good for a pound of chocolate.
Yes, it's true, Scarborough is Scott Peterson with a bad barber.

And if he can't handle the truth, he can always sue me.

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The worst congress ever
  led by the worst president ever

There is very little that sums up the record of the U.S. Congress in the Bush years better than a 
half-mad boy-addict put in charge of a federal commission on child exploitation. After all, if a 
hairy-necked, raincoat-clad freak like Rep. Mark Foley can get himself named co-chairman of 
the House Caucus on Missing and Exploited Children, one can only wonder: What the hell else 
is going on in the corridors of Capitol Hill these days?

These past six years were more than just the most shameful, corrupt and incompetent period 
in the history of the American legislative branch. These were the years when the U.S. parliament 
became a historical punch line, a political obscenity on par with the court of Nero or Caligula 
- a stable of thieves and perverts who committed crimes rolling out of bed in the morning and 
did their very best to turn the mighty American empire into a debt-laden, despotic backwater,
a Burkina Faso with cable.

Maybe it was on 60 Minutes, I heard the Democrats promised to "play fair" if they manage 
to win control of one of the Houses - typical surrender Monkey democrats.

If I was in charge, I'd tell the Fascist bastards that we would start playing fair in January 2009,
but for now they're going to eat the same shit they've been feeding us for the last few years.

But the Democrats are all about "being fair," which is why they can't win.

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Will is in Paris

US Arrogance in Iraq
  by Ivan Eland

As George W. Bush repudiates his own slogan "stay the course" -- because it has become a drag
on Republican candidates -- his administration is looking for some new way to keep the American
electorate in line by raising some hope that victory in Iraq is just over the horizon. That worked in
Election 2004 when Bush could cite an upcoming Iraqi election as the expected turning point.

But optimism in Iraq is getting to be a harder and harder sell. Bush's latest pitch seems to be centered
on the notion of convincing voters that he's adopting new U.S. military tactics and taking a tougher line
with Iraq's floundering government. In this guest essay, however, the Independent Institute's Ivan Eland
argues that the problems in Iraq are too intractable for pre-election gimmicks to work:

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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...

2800....2803 American victims

Bush killed  3  more soldiers since yesterday.

Why are the military families so silent?
Do they still think their loved ones died for a reason?
What would that reason be?
So Bush can say, "I never said 'stay the course'?"

 "Bush's war costs $2 billion a week."

Bush has killed more
Americans than Osama.


"I will not withdraw, even if Laura and Barney are the only ones supporting me."  
     --Dubya, able to convince Pickles Stepford and a dog that he's right,  Link

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I suggest you try the link today - work the kinks out.

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 Veronica Mars, Denny Crain

Kathy Griffin: Strong Black Woman is on Bravo tonight.
With Wanda's recent HBO disapppointment, 
maybe Kathy Griffin is the funniest lady in America?

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Subject: Charlie Brown Could Have the Last Laugh


Brown was an unknown Democrat running in the California Republican heartland. 
The eight-term incumbent, John Doolittle (R-Crook), crushed his 2004 opponent. 
Fewer than a third of district voters are registered Democrats. 

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Vote for Del Castillo as the best act 
 at this year's Austin City Limits festival.


Note: Not sure why, but Rick DC is currently in Slovakia recording with a choir and an orchestra. 

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Win a pound of the South's Finest  milk chocolate!

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 They're tearing out our floor tomorrow - see you Thursday.

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George Clooney is The Man
 No. 1 man's man, according to 



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