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Friday, Dec 1, 2006  Vol 1884 - Ma mood

Quote of the Day

"Iraq would like the Iranians to leave them alone." 
     -- Bush, speaking for the Iraqi people,  Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Locking You Up Forever 
Like Hitler and Brezhnev 
Bush talks nonsense
Okie power outage 
Bush and mental illness 
Okie computers down 
LA Caths pay off 
Cable service spotty
Paris mentors Britney

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"Gen. Casey told Bush they'd wait and see how Iraq looked after October's Ramadan. 
Well, Iraq looked worse. Now Bush is waiting for the Baker Study Group before making 
any new departures. In the meantime, Iraq looks still worse. As Bush waits, Iraq burns. 
Bush has been at the mercy of events in Iraq. Perhaps that's forgivable.  What's less 
understandable is being controlled by other people's advice. Bush has been presiding over 
the Iraq War for three years, and he really has no better ideas than might bubble up from 
the likes of Sandra Day O'Connor and Vernon Jordan about how to prosecute the war?" 
     --Rich Lowry,

I love it when the douchebags go after Bush.

...smells like victory.

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Bob Gates & Locking You Up Forever
  by Robert Parry

As the next Defense Secretary, Robert M. Gates will be in charge of a new star-chamber legal system
that can lock up indefinitely "unlawful enemy combatants" and "any person" accused of aiding them.
Yet, despite these extraordinary new powers, his confirmation is being treated more like a coronation
than a time for tough questions.

Not since 2003 when Colin Powell wowed Official Washington with his UN speech on Iraq's WMD
has there been such an awed consensus about any public figure as there has been for Robert Gates,
who is almost universally praised for his intelligence, experience and down-to-earth style.

But there are serious unresolved questions about Gates's past that the American people might want
resolved before he is entrusted with the awesome new powers that the Military Commissions Act
of 2006 puts in the hands of the Defense Secretary.

Why are they green-lighting this bastard?

Democrats act like Bush in interviewing for a new driver for his limo.
Don't they understand what the hell this means?
Subpoena Robert Parry, get your facts together, and THEN vote.

"What if Mr. Rove doesn't like that idea, Bart?"

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"The conservative era in American politics came to an end on Nov 7.   Bush has managed
to terminate the conservative era. Bush did this by treating the federal budget as a Christmas
stocking for supporters, accumulating deficits and growth in federal spending, undermining the
association of conservatism with limited government. On social, moral, and scientific issues,
Bush tilted so far to the right that he scared away secular and socially moderate Republicans.
His feckless foreign policy discredited optional military intervention. Today, the conservative
movement has reached a terminal point..."
     --Jake Weisberg,   Link

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Subject: Carter and Clinton

Bart, ever notice how the last two Democratic presidents have white hair...?

That's because, for some reason, conservatives decided against
splattering their brains all over the place - thus they got older.

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Like Hitler and Brezhnev
 Bush is in denial

"History's "deniers" are many - and all subject to the same folly:   Faced with overwhelming evidence
of catastrophe, they take refuge in fantasy, dismissing evidence of collapse as a symptom of some
short-term setback, clinging to the idea that as long as their generals promise victory - or because they
have themselves so often promised victory - that fate will be kind. George W Bush - or Lord Blair of
Kut al-Amara for that matter - need not feel alone. The Middle East has produced these fantasists
by the bucketful over past decades."

How can Bush get better when he his advisors and the TV Fascists, the talk radio Nazis, the major
newspapers and the weeklies constantly tell him he's the greatest war president of all times?

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Bush talks nonsense about Iraq
 What else could he possibly say?

When Bush said Maliki was "the right guy for Iraq,"  it recalled his infamous "heck of a job"
comment about Brownie. On Iraq, as on Katrina, Bush has completely slipped the moorings of reality.
Even as he spoke, rival Shiite and Sunni groups in Baghdad were massing for all-out battle.
Bloodshed in Baghdad has reached its highest level since Bush's invasion.

Bush showed the clear unreality of his views during a stop in Latvia earlier in the week. He refused
to acknowledge the civil war that is plain to see; pronounced, incredibly, that Al-Qaida is the major
threat in Iraq, and pledged, again, that he would not pull our troops out before the mission is complete.

If the troops still have an actual mission in Iraq, it should be to hunker down and stay safe
until someone the Democrats figure out how to get them home.

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"Let's just have the civil wars and let the crumbs crumble and the cookie crumble
  because I'm fed up with this...Fine, just blow the place up."
      -- The vulgar Pigboy

 Butt Rush - we already did that.
 Bush killed tens of thousdands of Iraqi civilians - remember "shock and awe?"

 BTW, when you say "let the crumbs crumble,"
 does that mean you're back on the heoin again?

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Subject: Benny the Rat

Bart, you wrote:

> I'll bet if we debated, I'd end up hearing a lot of,
> "You get that answer when you get to Heaven."

LOL as in "laugh out loud" or "lots o luck"!
If you debated the Rat, Bart, he'd condemn you to hell and then lock it up with St. Peter's key!

In all seriousness I continue to be a Catholic because the progressive arm of the church
(the part Jesus talked about in the Sermon on the Mount and just about everything else he said)
can do much good. However, the church is so fubarred now, I'm not sure that is true anymore.

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"The Maliki government is going to have to deal with that violence..."
     -- Der Monkey, blaming Maliki for Iraq's civil war,  Link

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Bush and mental illness
 What we've known all along has been proven

Lohse's study found a correlation between the severity of a person's psychosis and their preferences
for president: The more psychotic the voter, the more likely they were to vote for Bush.
But before you go thinking all your conservative friends are psychotic, listen to Lohse's explanation.

"Our study shows that psychotic patients prefer an authoritative leader," Lohse says. "If your world is
very mixed up, there's something very comforting about someone telling you, 'This is how it's going to be.'"

The study was an advocacy project of sorts, designed to register mentally ill voters and encourage them
to go to the polls, Lohse explains. The Bush trend was revealed later on.

Bush is stuck and he's not enough of a man to say, "I made a mistake,"
so thousands more will die as long as nobody demands that pulls his head out.

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Subject: Bush Lie-berry

Cute article by Arianna Huffington, but in it she describes Shrub's Megaphone-Moment

("I can hear you. The rest of the world hears you. And the people who knocked these
buildings down will hear all of us soon!") as "the best unscripted line of his time in office."

Unscripted?  I realize English isn't her native tongue, but don't the Greeks have a word for "shill?"
(noun : a decoy who acts as an enthusiastic customer in order to stimulate the participation of others)

Maybe Arianna is distracted with her real passion - bringing down the Demo front-runner.

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Halliburton to return stolen $8M
  They steal a dollar and give back 8 cents - Nice gig

KBR (R-Halliburton subsidiary) agreed to pay back $8 million to resolve accusations of overbilling
related to the firm's work for the Army in the Balkans, the Justice Department said yesterday.

The allegations against KBR stemmed from orders placed with 10 foreign subcontractors that were
working for KBR on military logistics support in 1999 and 2000. The accusations, made under the
federal False Claims Act, included double-billing, inflating prices and providing products that didn't
fit the Army's needs during the construction of Camp Bondsteel in Kosovo.

"The Department of Justice remains committed to vigorously covering up these billion dollar thefts,"
Assistant Attorney General Peter D. Keisler said in a written statement.

KBR, a spin-off of Halliburton, said they were "pleased" with the resolution. "Any time you can
make $92M by borrowing government money - why, that's a great deal for our stockholders."

I wonder if the incoming congress will see things the same way?

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Subject: Impeachment? NO!!! Way!!!

Hey Bart,
Impeachment? NO WAY!

Why would we want to let that spoiled brat off the hook?
If he gets impeached, he goes back to Crawford, gets drunk,
and watches cartoons in his bathrobe for the rest of his nasty little life.

But if the Dems actually have the spine to mount serious investigations,
then the little bastard has to spend two years twisting in the wind while
his legacy is sliced & diced and fed to the dogs of justice.

No one ever deserved it more.
Well...maybe Cheney. But he'll get his too.

All best,
Ferdinand Magellan

Dude, I'm a big fan.
Can I get you an orange juice?

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Subject: Christian Coalition story

Hey Bart,

I either totally read that article differently or I'm missing something but I think  Joel Hunter
broke with them because he wanted to focus more on feeding the poor and the environment
because those things are what Jesus would care about, NOT gay marriage, abortion and politics.

It seems to me like THEY wanted to perpetuate the hate
and he wanted them to get back to what the church should be focusing on.

 Donna, where it's 73 in Tallahassee

Donna, you're correct.
You must've read that story slower than I did.

But that means, it's not just one crazy bastard - it's the whole organization of crazy bastards.
The ONLY things they stand for are denying women their civil rights and tormenting the gays.

Isn't that what the KKK is all about?

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"Any time you hear the United States government talking about wiretap,
 a wiretap requires a court order. Nothing has changed, by the way.
 When we're talking about chasing down terrorists, we're talking
 about getting a court order before we do so"
    -- George W. Bush, has he ever not lied?    April 20, 2004

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"Democrats will have to wait either until Iraq is 
  able to govern itself, or until Bush leaves office." 
     -- Richard Wolffe and Holly Bailey,

If it was up to the military families, would they rather their kids come home safe
would they rather save the legacy of the bumbling thief  who sent them there on a lie?

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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.

Exxon made $10B profit in 90 days 
 $100M a day - all profit - because Bush started a fake war


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

2885....2888 American victims

Bush killed another 3 soldiers yesterday.

Since then,
Exxon made another $100M in profit.

Think The BFEE is ready for this war to end?
Don't bet a soldier's life on that.

Bush has killed more
Americans than Osama.

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We're snowed in at Casa de Bart!
We got about an inch of ice followed by a foot of snow.

I've been in Oklahoma over 30 years, and I've seen a foot of snow before
(in the 80s) but I've never seen "Blizzard Warning" on the TV before.

I also heard that Seattle had the most rain in their history for November.
Think climate change is real?

That means cable service is spotty.
I'm going to post what I can.

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LA Caths pay off 45 victims
 Is that your money they're using?


The nation's largest Roman Catholic archdiocese said Friday it has agreed to pay $60 million
to settle 45 lawsuits alleging sex abuse by priests. The deal is the most significant step to date
toward resolving extensive litigation against the archdiocese that has dragged on for years.

"I pray that the settlement of the initial group of cases will help the victims involved to move
 forward with their lives and to build a brighter future for themselves and their families,"
 Cardinal Roger Mahony lied with a straight face.

Hey Roger, if you want to help those kids stop raping them!
Keep your goddamn zipper up and you can keep the next $60,000,000, liar.

Jesus, the Caths act like solving this puzzle is soooooooooo difficult.
Truth is, they want to continue raping and paying - it's what priests do.

Do some some men become priests so they can have this massive criminal organization
cover for them while they rape those little boys?

Remember, they tell these kids, "God wants you to do this, and if you tell anybody,
 you and your family will burn in eternity forever - not get your damn pants off."

Clarification: I wasn't molested, I just don't like religious insanity and I hate bullies.

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Britney ditches her panties

Britney Spears is letting it all hang out -- shocking her fans, causing concern
among friends and making herself the butt of jokes on late-night TV.

"Girls Gone Wild!" Us Weekly magazine blared in its cover story this week,
charting a manic two weeks in which Spears was seen gambling all night in Las Vegas,
spent time nightclubbing and shopping with "celebutante" Hilton, and was photographed
on several occasions climbing in and out of cars without panties.

Should we blame the Hilton girl?
No, and I'll show you why.

 Paris shows Britney how to close her legs when going commando.

 This is what I'd call "car trouble."
 The good news?  Paris is still half-sober.

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