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Thursday  Jan 11, 2007  Vol 1908 - 2 little, 2 late

Quote of the Day

"I'm anything but a 'lamebrain.' 
  You know that I am qualified for Mensa." 
   -- the vulgar Pigboy junkie dropout

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
North Helped Ortega
40 years ago today 
After the Thumping
No reason to make nice
Monkey Mail 
Voice of the WH 
Bush may doom GOP 
Dems - Last voice 
Jennifer Morrison


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"If we increase our support at this crucial moment, and help the Iraqis break the 
  current cycle of violence, we can hasten the day our troops begin coming home." 
   --Dubya, America's greatest military strategerist,    

But Monkey, your generals said you needed more troops back in 2003.
Why did you wait 45 months and get 3019 men killed with fewer troops than recommended?

Plus, there was never any need to invade, Criminal.

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How Ollie North Helped Ortega Win
 by Robert Parry

As Sandinista leader Daniel Ortega takes over as Nicaragua's new president, some U.S. diplomats 
are privately blaming Iran-Contra figure Oliver North for unwittingly helping his longtime enemy split 
the anti-Sandinista vote and win last November's election.

The bitter irony for some Bush administration officials is that North is a hero to many on the Right 
because, as a National Security Council aide in the 1980s, he spearheaded Ronald Reagan's 
contra war seeking to oust Ortega and the leftist Sandinistas.

But now North is coming under criticism for making a last-minute trip to Nicaragua 
and throwing his weight behind a right-wing candidate who undercut another conservative 
favored by the U.S. Embassy.

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"These two regimes are allowing terrorists and insurgents to use their territory to move 
   in and out of Iraq. Iran is providing material support for attacks on our troops.  We will 
  disrupt the attacks on our forces. We will interrupt the flow of support from Iran and Syria.
    -- Oil for brains, last night

But Monkey, YOU support the Shiia in Iraq - they ARE Iran.
If YOU support the Iraqi Shiia, why can't Iran support the Iraqi Shiia?

You're on Iran's side, numbnuts.

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It was 40 years ago today

I wish I could report to you that the conflict is almost over. This I cannot do. We face more cost,
more loss, and more agony. For the end is not yet. I cannot promise you that it will come this year
--or come next year. Our adversary still believes, I think, tonight, that he can go on fighting longer 
than we can, and longer than we and our allies will be prepared to stand up and resist.

A time of testing--yes. And a time of transition. The transition is sometimes slow; sometimes unpopular; 
almost always very painful; and often quite dangerous. But we have lived with danger for a long time 
before, and we shall live with it for a long time yet to come. We know that "man is born unto trouble."
We also know that this Nation was not forged and did not survive and grow and prosper without 
a great deal of sacrifice from a great many men.

Bush selling his bloody quamire last night?
No, that was LJB forty years ago, selling the other bloody quagmire.

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After the Thumping

If conservatism means being decent and patriotic, then of course, nearly all Americans are fuzzily
conservative. But that doesn't tell you much about how they vote, which in recent years has been 
in roughly equal numbers for Democrats and Republicans. The notion that a steady conservative 
majority exists, waiting only to be activated by the right Republican appeal, thus makes for bad 
GOP strategy. It lures Republicans into thinking their job is easier than it is, by disguising the 
hard truth that victory still depends on persuading, not merely reminding, a crucial segment 
of the electorate to think conservative and vote Republican.

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Subject: "Bush's Rush to Armageddon"

Bart, you wrote:

>"Isn't anybody going to try to stop this madman?
>  He's backing us into a nuclear corner and he's clearly insane.
>  Senior Republicans need to pay a visit to the White House. "

...said the post middle aged,

I can't deny my age.

drug addled,

I wish.

alcoholic former bar owner,

You got that half-right.

used car salesman,

Actually, I financed cars.

pedophile enabler (remember the guy who used to hand out at your bar?)

That's goofy talk, even from a monkey.

and nearly high school educated rube

How'd I get into college without finishing high school?

with the barely noticed semi-literate political "humor" website out of BFE, Oklahoma.

It's the biggest, most-popular, most-read tequila treehouse in the entire universe.

Does your arrogance know no bounds?

I don't know - try me...

You remind me of a joke about a rat floating down the Mississippi river
with a hard-on demanding, "Raise the draw bridge!"

Thanks, but it's not that big.

Before you whip out the old "Bush lover" label (the only piece of artillery you seem to have), forget it.
Doesn't apply here.

If you say so...

But I'll tell you what...replacing our Republic with an atheistic,
drug-addled socialist nanny-state isn't a solution either.
 Two dogs fucking

Two dogs, (Odd nick you have)  you get better drugs than I get.
I have no idea what your "insults" were meant to convey.
Did you intend to make a point?

Maybe a fellow monkey will write and translate?

Banana Fact:
Bananas contain three natural sugars - sucrose, fructose and glucose.
A banana gives an instant, sustained and substantial boost of energy.

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"Virginia Republican Virgil Goode sounded the alarm. Goode's letter: 
  'If American citizens don't wake up and adopt the Virgil Goode position on immigration 
  there will likely be many more Muslims elected to office and demanding use of the Koran'. 
  For those of you unfamiliar with the Virgil Goode position, in the Kama Sutra 
  it's where a man masturbates while his head is up his own ass."  --
       -- Jon Stewart

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Subject: Should troops die to cover for Bush?

Why should soldiers die to cover up for Bush? This is Bush's war and Bush's failure.
Now Bush wants to escalate the war so that he can push off the blame for defeat onto
the next president. Adding more troops just gives the Iraqis more bodies to shoot at.

Soldiers are asked to die for nothing. And Bush wants us to pay welfare to Iraqis
to create jobs there so they can build things that other Iraqis can blow up.
We're just funding death squads with American tax dollars and money we're
borrowing from the Communist Chinese that future generations will have to pay back.

What kind of a nation are we that we will kill our children for political reasons?

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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Bush on American Dad

The Voice of the White House   (scroll a little)

A Republican Senator recently said that what Bush was doing was criminal. It is and now both Congress,
the military and many Americans say Bush has to be removed, by force if necessary, from his high office.

I have talked with some of the staff members who are in his presence on a regular basis and all of them say,
without reservation, that he has gone around the bend. The Pentagon brass have nicknamed him "Caligula"
and there is a very strong possibility of open revolt from that sector. Troops in the field are seriously talking
about mutiny but if Bush knows about this, he could not care less.

The plain and simple truth, children, is that Bush is a fanatic nut and has absolutely no business running a war.
Whatever happens to him will be entirely his fault and I am looking for another job starting this afternoon

Sidebar from same site:
We have received a growing number of communications from viewers concerning 'Wikipedia'
which advertises itself as an 'online information service', a sort of free Internet encyclopedia.
The complaints are that the service is filled with articles obviously cribbed from other publications
and not attributed but worse, many are obviously the work of spiteful contributors who publish
reams of incorrect, and in some cases, libelous material.

I've found wikipedia to be a valuable resource, but only to confirm something.
If you can't remember the real names of the Three Stooges, they'll know.
If you want to know about Tsun Tzu or Machiavelli, they'll get you started.
If you want to know what crime they got V.P. Agnew on, they can help.

But in the end, it's people's opinions mized with fact, so beware.

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Subject: Colin Powell's culpability

Bart, you wrote:

> Powell chose to be Bush's bitch, so he lied to the Little Dictator and told him what he wanted to hear.
> Colin Powell has thousands of dead soldiers on his bloody hands.

You got that exactly right, and I wish there would be more people hammering this point.
This is precisely why REAL character does count.  It's standing up for what's right when
it's not easy that takes courage, not being "well spoken and thoughtful" when nothing's on the line.


I'm so old, I remember when Colin Powell was respected.

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No reason to make nice
 by Joe Conason

Now that they're in the minority, the Republicans may claim that there is nothing more wonderful than the
two parties working together, debating everything openly, and treating each other as they would wish to be
treated themselves. But they never allowed those old-fashioned values to get in the way of anything that
actually matters to them, such as cutting taxes on their wealthy contributors or winning elections.

 That ruthless attitude has dominated Washington during the presidency of George W. Bush, as the GOP
gained control of all three branches of government. So when Bush urges cooperation between the parties,
as he did in the pages of the Wall Street Journal, it is important to remember how casually he and his party
trashed the Democrats in the months following 9/11, when bipartisan national unity was so desperately
needed -- and after the Democratic leaders in Congress had pledged their complete cooperation to him.
The RNC, the Republican congressional campaign committees and the White House political operation
responded, characteristically, by questioning the Democrats' patriotism during the 2002 election.

We need to teach them some manners.
Think Pelosi and Reid have the stones for that?

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Subject: Rudy

For my money, Rudy is the guy to watch for the Republicans.

Of all the candidates in the GOP, I think Rudy gives Hillary the best run for the money.
Think about it he will carry most of the Red state and if he can pull a few swing states
(Ohio, Wisconsin, and perhaps Florida) then he wins.

Don't let those Republican bastards get to you,
 Gary S

Gary, you could be right, but consider:
Will red states go for a pro-life, homo-loving gun hater?

Plus, remember what happened last time Rudy went up against Hillary?

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"A much larger regional conflict that pits Sunnis against Shiites is increasingly on the minds 
  of both Arab leaders and U.S. military planners. Some are calling such a possible outcome 
  the 'nightmare scenario.' A wider conflict appears more plausible now..."
    -- The Whore Street Journal, where they love Bush more than air,   Link

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Dems - Last voice on troop surge

If Congress blocks surge funding as some Democrats are considering,
Bush would have little choice but to follow the law, legal specialists said yesterday.

Bush and Congress have sparred before over whether the president's war powers allow him 
to authorize wiretappings or evade bans on torture, but legal specialists said there is far less 
ambiguity when it comes to spending money: The Constitution explicitly makes Congress 
responsible for appropriating funds.

Bush plans to send an additional 20,000 troops to Iraq.
Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi said they would consider blocking funds for such a move.

They could innoculate themselves from the "they didn't support the troops" bullshit
by calling for a massive "Troops Home Now" rally in the streets, ...but why listen to me?

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"Success or failure in Iraq is not a matter of partisan politics but a matter of 
  national Security.  In that spirit, I support the president's increase in troops. 
    -- Rudy I-don't-want-to-be-president Giuliani,

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Nobody likes an incompetent liar


Chuck Hagel - "the most dangerous foreign policy blunder since Vietnam, if it's carried out."

"I've gone along with the president on this and I've bought into his dream and at this stage of 
the game I just don't think its going to happen," said Senator George Voinovich (R-Crooked Ohio)

In a bold, bold move Joe Biden said, "I cannot in good conscience support the president's approach."

Harry Reid - "In choosing to escalate the war, the president virtually stands alone." 

Not exactly true, he has McCain, Guiliani, McConnell and Graham, at least.

Sleazy Rice lied, "It's not an escalation, it's an an augmentation that allows the Iraqis 
to deal with this very serious problem that they have in Baghdad..."

Her production of crap continued, which got Hagel pissed off.

Hagel told Rice, "Madame Secretary, we are in a civil war." 

She disputed that Iraq was in the throes of a civil war. 
To that, Hagel said, "To sit there and say that, that's just not true." 


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Subject: Where you read "$5000 per man for gitmo"

Hey Bart!

We may have found it at Buzzflash or elsewhere, but I used this I H Trib article:

Quoting Abu Bakker Qassim:
"I was never a terrorist or a soldier. I was never even on a battlefield. 
  Pakistani bounty hunters sold me and 17 other Uighurs to the US military 
  like animals for $5,000 a head. The Americans made a terrible mistake."

At my blog:

Stay high

Y'know, after all they've done, why would anybody give them
 the benefit of the doubt about being ignorant about 9-11?

Without 9-11, they would only have made a fraction of the profit.

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Three Thousand Plus One
 3000 dead soldiers + 1 heartless monkey

President Bush will unleash the latest formula of folly in Iraq: the "surge" doctrine, embroidered with a
theme of "sacrifice." Voices of the dead scream in silent sorrow, and the world watches aghast at the
fiery failure. And yet, the man-child king demands one more chance.

The coming speech matters little and cannot hide the bloody lies and deception that have taken a toll
on America. The words will be nothing more than the rush of wind and the tinkling of brass, because
in the end this is the ghoulish price of the Iraq War:

Three thousand dead - plus one lie after another.

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Subject: Military Families Harass Dems

Bart, you asked.

> "They leave guilty Bush alone to harass the good guys? 
>  Can somebody explain their rationale? "

That's easy - and you know the reasons why - the Dems are all Pink Tutus, 
even though they are now in power.   The truthout article explains it in one paragraph:
"Addressing Democrats' intent to "prod" President Bush to change his strategy in Iraq, 
Swanson said, "Prodding Bush is like teaching calculus to a pig. It annoys the pig and 
makes you look silly. Now, they are telling us that impeachment is off the table. 
If war crimes, torture, and crimes against humanity are not reason to impeach, what is?""

Duhhhbya is too stupid and stubborn to listen to anyone - he, like every petuant 2 year-old will do
the opposite of what he's told.  He's a total waste of time.  But we put the Dems in office to change that. 
And already they're all strutting in their pink tutu's.  They are no more listening to us than FuriousGeorge. 
At this point, I, too, am almost angier at them then Duhhhbya - because they hinted at investigations and 
force and change - but they duped us and now it's all talk (writing stupid letters asking 'please Mr. Murderer...') 
and no walk.  Nothing has changed and a Lot of us feel gipped !!!  This bunch of lily-livers are NOT 'the good guys.'

T Quigly

You know how I feel about the pink tutus, 
but I'm going to wait until after they cave in to attack.

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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...

3,017....3,019 American victims

We lost 2 more since yesterday while the Little Dictator stonewalls.
He made up his mind months ago - ESCALATE the quagmire!

How many thousands more will die in
the upcoming McCain Iraqi surge?

How many thousands more will die in
the upcoming McCain Iranian surge?

Who will be the 2008 nominee after McCain and Rudy
piss away their chance to become president?

...and don't worry about BIG OIL.
Exxon makes $100M every day

Bush has killed more than 3,000 soldiers.

Do I hear 4,000?


"Congratulations to Florida. They beat Ohio State 41-14. 
  It was so bad Bush offered to send 20,000 extra players to Ohio." 
   -- Jay Leno

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Random thought...

We need to put some war profiteers under oath and ask them how much they made.
That especially goes for Halliburton and Bush's oil monoploy cronies.

If they lie, they do time for perjury.
If they tell the truth, America might learn the real reason Bush 
and his gangster friends raped and tortured Iraq while killing 3019 soldiers, so far.

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Congress must step up
   by Josh Marshall

" we have a case where the GOP has just been thrown out of power largely because the public 
is fed up with the president's lies and failures abroad...The public now believes the war was a mistake. 
The public is overwhelmingly against sending more troops to the country.

And yet, with all this, the president has ignored the Congress and the majority of the country's citizens 
and wants to plow ahead with an expansion of his own failed and overwhelmingly repudiated policy. 
The need for Congress to assert itself in such a case transcends the particulars of Iraq policy. 
It's important to confirm the democratic character of the state itself. The president is not a king.

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 by Ivan Eland

Although escalation would help Bush retain what remains of his political base, it is totally unnecessary. 
He doesn't have to run again for re-election. Also, the president doesn't have to throw more troops 
to their deaths to rhetorically say he has done all he can do to help Iraqis help themselves.

After all, the United States has already lost more than 3,000 troops in Iraq and spent more than $300 
billion trying to pacify Iraq, and the American and Iraqi people have both grown tired of the effort. 
By escalating the war, the "pro-democracy" president is flouting the outcome of the 2006 elections
in the United States and the popular will of the Iraqis, the majority of whom want a U.S. withdrawal.

More likely the president is trapped in his own psychological maladies. Deep down, he knows 
that Iraq is an unsalvageable mess, but he is an avoider of bad news and cannot accept it mentally. 
Psychologically, he just hopes to postpone defeat in any way he can.

Defeat in Iraq means a failed presidency for him.

But since he has no brain and no conscience, Bush has chosen to lose $300M and 2-5 soldiers
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Subject: All Hat No Cattle lawsuit


The shocker in this story for me was the involvement of Mike Papantonio, ON SCARBOROUGH'S SIDE!!!

I actually composed a snail mail letter to him, as follows:

January 11, 2007
Mr. Mike Papantonio
P.O. Box 12308
Pensacola, FL   32591
Mr. Papantonio:

I happened upon the unfolding story of the execrable Joe Scarborough and the website "All Hat No Cattle,"
in which you seem to be an active player.  Your involvement came as a shock to me; I have listened to you 
on "Ring of Fire," and stupidly thought that your impassioned "Pap attack" commentaries were sincerely felt. 
The realization that my gullibility is laughable has struck me with the force of a taser. 
Do you, like Limbaugh and O'Reilly, justify this to yourself with the old "hey, I'm just an entertainer" routine?

I'm sure you're far too amoral to be ashamed of yourself, but you should be. 
Thanks for ratcheting my cynicism up another notch. 
On the plus side, this certainly frees up a couple of hours on my weekends, 
since I'll never be able to listen to "Ring of Fire" again without gagging.
Trudi E

bart, I know this won't make a bit of difference to him, but this whole thing freaks me out. 
Will we be finding out soon that you are really good buds with Speedy Limpdick? 

No, I hate that prick.

Or that you are, in fact, the Republican precinct captain in your neighborhood? 

Not me.

Or can I trust you because, unlike Papantonio, you aren't a servant of the super-rich, 
so you don't get ideas about yourself above your station? 
Swear to Koresh, this makes me sick to my stomach.

You can always trust Ol' Bart.

BTW, did you know that Joe Scarborough killed a girl in his office?
I think he strangled her because she told him he got her pregnant.

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