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Friday  Jan 26, 2007  Vol 1917 - O.P.K.

Quote of the Day

"Bush is right. Everyone 
  deserves a seventh chance."
   -- Jon Stewart, on Bush asking us to 
       give his latest Iraq strategy a chance

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
W's War on the Republic
Cheney controls Russert 
Need a Diebold key? 
Cheney led Plame war 
Serving 21 years 
Is McCain too old?
Frank vs Tipper
Cindy vs Hillary 
Jennifer Love Hewitt 


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"I don't support the President's surge plan. Bush's plan is not tied 
  to a specific strategy and will only needlessly endanger more soldiers." 
     -- House Intelligence Committee Chairman Silvestre Reyes (D-TX),   Link

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Bush's War on the Republic
  by Robert Parry

From the beginning of the "war on terror," George W. Bush has lied to the American people about the goals, 
motivation and even the identity of the enemy - a propaganda exercise that continued through his 2007 
State of the Union Address and that is sounding the death knell for the Republic.

Since 2001, rather than focusing on the al-Qaeda Sunni fundamentalist terrorists behind the 9/11 attacks, Bush has 
expanded the conflict exponentially - tossing in unrelated enemies such as Iraq's secular dictator Saddam Hussein, 
Shiite-led Iran, Syria and Islamic militants opposed to Israel, like Hezbollah in Lebanon and Hamas in Gaza.

In effect, Bush has transformed what began as a definable military objective - the defeat of "terrorist groups with 
global reach" - into an endless war against what he regards as evil, a conflict so vague that it is claiming as collateral 
damage America's "unalienable rights" and the Founders' checks and balances on the powers of the Executive.

In Bush's State of the Union speech on Jan. 23, there could be heard a requiem for the Republic.

Robert Parry doesn't use imflammatory language for effect.
Bush is really screwing up the whole planet and he must be stopped right away.

We need for Bush to get a blowjob so he can be impeached.


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"The Senate should step back for a moment and give you [Gen. Petraeus] a chance...
  Perhaps a last chance, to succeeed in Iraq. If God forbid, you are unable to succeed, 
  then there will be plenty of time for the resolutions of disapproval or the other 
  alternatives that have been contemplated." 
     -- Joe let-the-soldiers-die Lieberman,  Link

"If Lieberman honestly thinks that "there will be plenty of time" to change direction in Iraq 
  once the "surge" fails, then he's an even bigger fool than I thought." 
      -- Greg Saunders,   Link

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Cheney controls Russert


Memo to Tim Russert: Dick Cheney thinks he controls you.


This delicious morsel about the "Meet the Press" host and Cheney was part of the extensive dish 
Cathie Martin served up yesterday when she, the former Cheney communications director, took the 
stand in the perjury trial of former "Scooter" Libby.

Flashed on the courtroom computer screens were her notes from 2004 about how Cheney could respond 
to allegations that the Bush administration had played fast and loose with evidence of Iraq's nuclear ambitions. 
Option 1: "MTP-VP," she wrote, then listed the pros and cons of a Snarl being on Meet the Whore.
Under "pro," she wrote: "control message."

"I suggested we put the vice president on 'Meet the Press,' which was a tactic we often used," 
Martin testified. "It's our best format."

Well of course it's your best format, because Timmy is the softest interview in DC - for a Republican.
Russert always asks the tough question - singular - and when the republican lies and refuses to answer,
that's good enough for Tim and he mobes on. Russert is softer on the BFEE than FOX News, 
which is why they always go to Russert first.

There's only one thing that can turn Tim the Whore into a pit bull.

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Aide: Cheney led war on Plame


Cheney personally orchestrated his office's 2003 efforts to rebut allegations that they used flawed intelligence 
to justify the quagmire in Iraq and discredit a critic who Cheney believed was making him look foolish, 
according to testimony and evidence yesterday in the Libby trial..

Cheney dictated talking points for a White House briefing in the midst of the controversy that summer, his former 
press aide, Cathie Martin, testified, stressing that the CIA never told Cheney that a CIA-sponsored mission had 
found no real evidence that Iraq was trying to buy nuclear materials in Africa.

Martin portrayed Cheney as a general on a political battlefield -- enmeshed in tactics, but also deputizing 
Scooter Libby to handle the dirty job of persuading journalists that Joe Wilson was all wrong.

Martin recalled giving Cheney and Libby information from the CIA that Wilson went to Niger "and his wife works 
for the CIA."   Martin is the fourth witness from the administration to bolster the prosecution's claim that Libby 
had to be lying when he said he learned about Wilson's wife weeks later from Russert the whore.

Gee, it'd be great if Russert went to prison with his best friends in the BFEE.

   "Unka Dick, is Tim's rump as soft as it looks?"

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Subject: WMDs and Hillary


She doesn't have a chance in 2008.
She does not have the strength of her convictions...whatever they are.
We are now living in a dictatorship.

You got one third of that right.

Nobody can stop the half-wit from continuing the war and raping and stealing our country blind.
We still have no oppositon matter the results of the last election. There were never any WMDs.
I knew that in 2000. 

If you were willing to bet 100 million lives on that hunch,
I'm glad you're not the president, either.

Anybody with a functioning brain knew that the 2000 election was rigged and that
the Dems and the MSM lay down like the dogs they are.

I can't argue with the truth.

If we had a functioning Democracy these thieving murderers could not have destroyed our country for all
but the very, very rich.If Hillary said the war is a nightmare and that the imbecile lies with every breath he takes,
she would have the nomination hands down.  But NO!!! She has to poll each word she utters.

The nomination is hers to lose.
No offense, but I think she and Bill know more about winning than you.

We are thirsting, yes, starving for someone to speak our truth.
Someone to say...yes, we are living in an insane asylum run by murdering lunatics and yet, everyone pretends
- the MSM, the Dems, the GOP, the Pundits that we are really at war. We are not really at war, we are in
a PR war and nobody is pulling back the curtain to reveal the ugliness and the HORROR!

I'm confused because there's plenty of horror in almost every direction you look.

The first Democrat to speak this irrefutable truth will be the next President of the United States!
George W. Bush is the only terrorist that I'm really afraid of.

Yes, Bush is the world's most dangerous terrorist.
It would be great if we didn't have to wade thru 23 more months of his 
rapes and murder and torture-insanity before we got change.

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Now everybody has a Diebold key

Could an attacker create a working key from the [Diebold website] photograph?
Ross [Kinard of SploitCast] decided to find out. Here's what he did:

I bought three blank keys from Ace.
Then a drill vise and three cabinet locks that used a different type of key from Lowes.
I hoped that the spacing and depths on the cabinet locks' keys would be similar to those on the
voting machine key. With some files I had I then made three keys to look like the key in the picture.

Congress needs to pass laws mandating a paper trail for votes cast.
Let's out these Diebold crooks out of business..

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If only James Carville hadn't picked up the phone to tip off Matalin about Kerry's intention to contest Ohio.
Then Matalin would not have picked up the phone to tip off Cheney. Then the two Ohio election workers
who were convicted on felony election fraud charges yesterday would not have thrown the election.

I think you're leaping.
In a close race, the GOP would have to expect the results to be contested, unless Bob Shrum 
told Kerry the Quitter to fold before the polls close.  The way we heard the story, Kerry was
damn eager to conceed but the Giggling Murderer had already been put to bed by Condi.

The more you blame Gore and Kerry, the more you allow your readers to be distracted
from the real issue...election fraud.

I think a top priority in a Democratic presidential candidate is willingness to fight.
In politics, it's more important than mother's milk.

Without it, the GOP will just run us over like the last two times.

Nothing President Gore or President Kerry did can match the sheer stupidity of Bill Clinton
allowing the Republicans to catch him literally with his pants down in the Oval Office.

That's a cheap shot.
Why go after Clinton when the topic is "Desire to win?"

And remember, they had to cheat to win.
Before Clinton, they agreed to keep a man's sex life out of the fight.
(But we're not allowed to know how many felonies Bush has.)

And the crooked whore Supreme Court bent/broke legal precedent after legal precedent
to allow the bastard Fascist dogs to get him under oath so they could attempt to entrap him.
(But there's no need for Bush & Cheney to talk about 9-11 under oath.)

Yes, it was a big blunder, but Clinton's no quitter.
I'd pick a peace-loving, no-soldiers-dying genius with an eye for the ladies 
over a too-scared-to-fight-back quitter any day.

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Get t-shirts, shots Here

I thought it was pure genius to photograph the shotglass on it's side,
kinda like how you feel after drinking Cuervo Gold.

Photos by

Frank vs Tipper and Bart


I got too many e-mails to print and reply to all of them
but I did what I could in the time I had.

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Subject: Prosecutorial Misconduct

I am a young (white) real estate attorney here in texas.  in order for you to graduate from law school
you must complete a thesis.  the topic i wrote about was the ineffectiveness of court appointed attorneys
in capital punishment cases (there are virtually no requirements to get appointed to one of these cases
and that's a whole long story unto itself here in the state where we kill more of our own citizens than
most third world countries)

What i discovered was that in nearly every case there was prosecutorial or investigation misconduct
(i.e. witholding exculpatory evidence, intimidating witnesses, etc...)  in some of these cases you would
have thought that the DA was with the mob.    My point here is that i think that this goes on more often
than we know and the only reason we know about this particular instance is because the perps in this case
are white and the "victims" are black

In the overwhelming majority of the cases i looked at were texas murder and rape cases, almost every
prisoner in texas who was executed was black and the victim was white.  I think the prosecutorial
misconduct needs to be addressed and hopefully this case will bring to light something that is rarely discussed.
keep hammering!

Innocent, after serving 21 years

DNA evidence has cleared Willie O. "Pete" Williams, an Atlanta man who has served 21 years in prison
for raping and kidnapping a woman in April 1985, Williams' lawyers said today.

Williams, who is now 44, was convicted largely on the eyewitness testimony of the rape victim and of
another woman who was assaulted.

Williams has always proclaimed his innocence, a spokeswoman with the Georgia Innocence Project said.

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McCain, too old to be president?
 He fell asleep during the SotU Lies


"If you're McCain, who will be over 70 by 2008, you'll want to make doubly sure to demonstrate your 
alertness and vigor. You definitely won't want to slump in your seat, out cold, when Bush starts talking 
about Iraq. And yet that's exactly what McCain did tonight, napping on camera for ten agonizing seconds. 
Lack of self-control? An expression of contempt? Embarrassing in any case," says Tucker Carlson

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Subject: About Marc's letter...

Hey Bart,

Kudos to Marc Perkel!

Of course, we all know that he's a great writer, concise, on point, 
grammatically correct, and all of the other things that matter. 
But getting your letter printed in the "Letters-to-the-Editor" section of the 
New York Times is NOT easy to do - but he did it, and done it good, too... 

We are proud of him!
 Sally P

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Random thought...

The term "sex slave" has kinda become a joke for people like you and me.
I don't mean that as a slam, it's just that you and me don't have to worry about things like that.

If we heard that "slavery" was going on somewhere, we'd rightly put our foot down.
But sexual slavery is going on in every corner of the globe where people have no hope.

There's a movie coming out - check out the trailer.

The usual disclaimer:
I was never sexually abused and I never sexually abused anyone.
Each time I mention the rapist priests, I can feel people thinking,
"Did it happen to Bart? Why is he so passionate about priests raping children?"
Bully sons of bitches piss me off - they always have - and I'd enjoy teaching a bully a lesson.

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"Bush has the lowest presidential approval rating since Nixon. Here's another coincidence. 
  Nixon had a dog named 'Checkers.' Bush plays checkers with his dog" 
     -- David Letterman

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FCC - Heat from Democrats


As congressional Democrats prepare to give the Federal Communications Commission its toughest 
scrutiny in years, a rivalry between the powerful agency's two most prominent Republicans is raising 
questions about its readiness to handle barbed questions and stiff challenges.

The Republican-controlled FCC -- which makes far-reaching decisions on telephone, television, radio, 
Internet and other services that people use daily -- has sparred infrequently with Republican-controlled 
congresses. But the Democratic-run 110th Congress is about to heat up the grill, starting with a Senate 
Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee hearing on Thursday.

First thing, let's get back to sanity. If a boob pops out of some woman's dress, 
there's no need to fine every affiliate who broadcast the event.

Second, why does the minority have 1500 radio stations and the majority has 1 - sort of.

Third, no restrictions and no taxes on the Internet.

There's more, but I'm behind...

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Subject: Cheney on Wolf "the Sheep" Blitzer


So you saw that crap on Blitzer too?!
Could you believe Blitzer cowering down to Cheney after the question about his daughter?

If you missed that segment, he asked about the pregnancy of Cheney's lesbian daughter,
and the outrage of the Christian Right. Cheney scolded Wolf for even bringing it up,
saying the question was inappropriate.

Blitzer groveled and apologized, rather than reply:  "It's an appropriate question because
YOU and W made the 2004 election a referendum on fag hating. So how do you support
your daughter while staying married to the 'God Hates Fags' crowd?"

What a sheep in Wolf's clothing.

I agree.
Cheney wants us to hate all "fags," except for his daughter, who's a great, loving person.
So why aren't all gays "great, loving people?"

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Subject: Cindy and Hillary 


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Marty's Entertainment Page

always has good stuff.

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

Bush is stealing $220,000,000 every day.

No wonder they were so eager to start a war,

stealing  $220,000,000 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...

3,064....3,067 American victims

We lost 3 more since last issue
while the Little Dictator talks domestic issues.

...and how much did BIG OIL make yesterday?
Exxon makes $100M - every day

5 more soldiers dead,
but Exxon makes $100 profit per day

Bush can live with that.

Bush has killed more than Americans than Osama.

Bush, Iraq and Poker
 by Stephen P. Pizzo Jan 25 column

The other rule of Texas high-rollers back then was to never place your own money into risky deals.
Instead use what they called "OPM," Other People's Money. In the case of the S&L debacle,
the money stolen and squandered was taxpayer insured savings. .

That's precisely the kind of deal Bush has had going in Iraq, and wants to extend. He's not putting
his own children's lives at risk, but OPK - Other People's Kids. And his rolling deployments gathers no loss.
As long as he can keep feeding fresh troops into Iraq his project cannot be proven a failure. If Bush can
just keep borrowing other people's kids to place at risk, and rolling over - renewing -- his Iraq policy
for just two more years, he's home free. It's another Texas "win/win" in which the perp gets away
and the American people pay the price.

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Subject: I would be shocked if you published this email;

You have often made the argument that the members of congress were given bad intelligence upon which 
they voted to give Bush war toys. Many Dems voted against the authorization, and I would like to single out 
one in particular:   Sen Bob Graham of Fla.   He also was the head of the Senate Intelligence Committee. 
He had as much intelligence from all sources as any member of congress. 

If Hillary, or any Senator considering a vote to give the President a blank check to make war, 

It's a good thing you started that sentence with "If."

...wanted another perspective, she could have spoken with her esteemed Chairman of intelligence to see how 
he could vote "no" based on what he knew. Those who voted yes did so with full access to information which 
cast doubts upon the assertions of the president and head of CIA. Either they were too lazy to pursue it further, 
or voted yes for political reasons.  I happen to think it is the latter.  Dems did not want to appear "weak" on 
homeland security matters, and to use the canard that they were told an attack by Saddam was imminent, 
is just using political cover.

But you're saying Bush was honest and straightforward with congress.
That's a very odd thing to believe as a reader of this page.

What did Bob Graham know that those who voted yes did not know? 
On a matter of such importance, any Senator with a conscience should have found out. 

I would be shocked if you published this email; 
you have ignored previous letters I have written which addressed this issue.

I can't speak for Graham, but if he KNEW for a fact that the threat was bogus, why wasn't he 
setting his hair on fire to get people's attention and save those 3054 (so far) soldiers' lives?

I didn't hear a peep from Graham - did you?

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Subject: BCR Show 103 feedback

Hey Bart,

I agree with Robbie in Florida.
I love the long shows, but given the choice between shorter shows
more often and longer shows spaced apart, I'll take the shorter shows.

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Mark, I love feedback.
Best of all, bad feedback tells me what I need to correct

Most people seem to like the newer, fresher BCR format.
But I need to make that a catalyst for subscription sign-ups.
I need to raise our subscription rate in the worst way...

Maybe if I can produce regular weekly shows with some entertainment value,
I could convince more people to subscribe.

I'm 96% cheaper than visiting a therapist.

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Pokerfest/Tequilafest Jersey?

We're thinking about April 28 in Woodbridge, New Jersey.
But the only way I can afford to do this would be as a fundraiser.

Since we're not paying casinoe* rates, it'll be cheaper than Vegas, maybe $30,
but we also need a minimum amount of people to attend to make it happen.

My days of gambling on fests are over, Democrats can't afford to party,
but it still could happen if there's enough interest.

If you might attend, send me an e-mail.
If I don't get enough maybes, we'll talk about a LA fest.

Also, the date is flexible, if April 28 is a bad date for everyone.

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                         Subject: Bush zealots

                         For two days in a row your editorials spoke
                        derogatorily of "zealots on the edge of the political
                        spectrum." In referring specifically to those "demanding
                        the president's impeachment," you say it "distracts from
                        the real work of changing the direction of the federal

                        The work of a functioning American government includes
                        the use of checks and balances. President Bush's
                        arrogance and abuse of power threaten our Constitution.
                        This Congress should face the real work of impeachment,
                        responding as they should to government by the people.

                        President Bush has lied to the nation and Congress
                        getting us involved in a costly war, directed illegal
                        wiretapping and personal mail surveillance, condoned the
                        use of torture and covered-up the leak exposing an
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                        Is it possible the Bush Administration are the "zealots"
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                        think he can act above the law because we let it happen
                        now. Apparently for those who love justice and the
                        Constitution we must continually guard against the zealots.

                        GLENN TRYON

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Subject: re Scorcese

I so agree with you about Scorsese.
I always wished I could find a way to thank him for producing "The Age Of Innocence".
It was a perfect movie with every detail of that era of New York Society carefully researched.

I don't believe many people saw it; and some younger people who did could not understand it.
He made it purely for the love of artistry and perfection and it is a true gem.
It is one of the most memorable movies I have ever seen.

It was a sumptuous feast for the eyes and brought to life an interesting classic.
All of his movies have been great.
I don't think an Oscar suits him--he is in a class by himself.
Carolyn G

Carolyn, I feel your passion, and I love it.
I think Marty got robbed on Goodfellas.
I think Goodfellas is 3/4 as good as The Godfather, and that ain't no slur.

Surely, this year Marty gets his Oscar, and won't that speech be sweet?

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Jennifer Love Hewitt

 See more of  'Love'  at  BC Hotties

BTW, TV Guide says Jennifer Aniston will play a lesbian when she visits
her old Friend Courteney Cox on Dirt in March - and they'll be kissing.

I told you that was a good show  :).

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