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In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Who Helps Terrorists?
Sick of Fighting 
Ghosts of dirty tricks 
Nawlins? Drop Dead 
Daffy does Doom 
Peace Mandate 
The State of Poker 
USA Gone Wild 
Beyonce Feuds

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"It's not the American people or the U.S. Congress who are emboldening the enemy.
  It's Bush's failed policy - going to war without a strategy, going to war prematurely."
   -- Joe Biden, after a delivery from Rent-A-Sac, Link

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Who's Helping the Terrorists?
  by Robert Parry

To Liz Cheney, who surely qualified on merit for her former job as principal deputy assistant
secretary of state for Near Eastern affairs, (ha ha ) there's only one option to stay the course in Iraq
and to remain firmly in line behind President Bush.

"We are at war," she wrote in bold type. "America faces an existential threat.
Quitting [Iraq] helps the terrorists. " she wrote.

Following the Bush/Liz Cheney logic, one would have to conclude that the advocates of Bush's "surge"
or the neoconservatives who want an even bigger escalation are doing exactly what Zawahiri wants.
Conversely, those who call for a phased withdrawal are actually the ones thwarting al-Qaeda's desires.

Of course, the "logic" behind Bush's insistence that Americans must do the opposite of what al-Qaeda
wants was never meant to be logical.

It was a rhetorical device to intimidate Americans into falling in line behind Bush or they would face
the intimidating question, as expressed in Liz Cheney's words: Why are you trying to "help the terrorists"?

Bush is a terrorist's best friend and recruiter.
After 9-11, the whole world was with us, minus the terrorists.

Then Bush went on his "try to stop me" crime spree and now the whole world hates us
and terrorism has a poster boy in America's failed (but oil-rich) president.

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"We saw the real Dick Cheney, a really remarkable combination of arrogance, incompetence
  and dishonesty...If he had any decency, he would simply resign...He would would say:
  'I ruined the country in my first term. I'm ruining the world in my second term.' "
      -- Paul Begala, to Cheney's bitch, Wolf the whore,

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Sick, Literally, of Fighting in Iraq

Susan Tileston hasn't seen her son, Levi Moddrelle, in more than two years. Levi served in Afghanistan & Iraq,
where he was stationed for almost a year. He came home for Christmas in 2003, but wasn't the same.
Tileston said she doesn't know where her son is, but she has an idea about why he's gone.

"He was providing protection to a contractor's convoy," Tileston said. "An eight-year-old kid with an machine gun
was shooting at his convoy and he shot back and had to kill an eight-year-old kid and that's when he lost it."
Tileston suspects her son has developed Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD).

Pentagon doctors estimate that 12 percent of the 1.5 million veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan suffer from PTSD.

Wow, that's 180,000 wounded-on-the-edge that nobody talks about.

3065 dead, 23,000 officially wounded, some say that's really 70,000
Now we have to add the 180,000 the Pentagon says has PSTD?

If Bush resigned today, he'll still be hurting America in 40 years.

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Seen Saturday in DC
Thanks to Bob Mojo

Next time, if the organizers would think to alert the blogs,
maybe we can send signs for people to carry like we did in 2005.

America Gone Wild

The U.S. has chosen to subordinate the principles of individual freedom to what it sees as its security needs.
It jails people indefinitely without charge, utilizes interrogation methods that the United Nations describes as
torture, wages illegal wars and commits the very crimes against humanity it once helped to prosecute.

For America's friends, this is heartbreaking to watch.

At first, the Canadian government tried to skate by this new troubling reality. It refused to give unqualified
support to the U.S. war on Iraq, but participated eagerly in its invasion of Afghanistan.

It passed draconian anti-terror laws but was loath to use them, preferring to hand over Canadian suspects
(Mohamed Jabarah being the most notable example) to U.S. authorities to do with as they saw fit.
It didn't raise a peep when the U.S. imprisoned Canadian teenager Omar Khadr in its notorious Gitmo.

What can the world do when Bush, backed by the world's only superpower, instructs his soldiers
to rape, murder, kidnap and torture SUSPECTS who later turn out to be innocent?

If another country took and abused the Bush twins because they could, Bush would be rightfully outraged.
But since Bush only does this to "darkies, ...animals who have already lost their souls," it's OK?

Where would the Republican party be without racism?
And shame on America for almost electing these racist bastards.

Excuse me, I'm going to be sick.


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"Put yourself in the shoes of the enemy. The enemy hears a big debate in the United States,
  and they have to wonder, maybe all we have to do is wait, and we'll win."
    -- Donald Rumsfeld, enemy of honest debates,

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Subject: "fags" and Cheney

ALoha BArt

Cheney doesn't give a rats ass about fags, neither does Bush.
It's all a bullshit tactic to get the knuckle draggers from your local evangelical church to vote republican.

All those good ole boys care about is MONEY. And lots of it.
They don't even care if there's blood on it.
 Joe in Wailuku, HI

Joe, you are correct.

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Thanks to Bert

Bush to New Oleans: Drop Dead

How dare Bush talk of the State of the Union without mentioning the Gulf Coast, and especially New Orleans.
Has our president decided that one of our nation's greatest devastations does not merit a mention? To be sure,
the federal government has set aside billions of dollars for the region's recovery. But 15 months after Katrina,
tens of thousands of people still are displaced.

Some people are desperately trying to get home, but just a fraction of the thousands who have applied for relief
have received it. Habitable housing is being torn down to make way for "mixed-use" housing, and no provisions
have been made for the poor who used to live in those projects. Children are being turned away from schools
because there are too few to accommodate them. Citizens want to "stop the violence," but the social
infrastructure to deter crime is essentially non-existent.

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"It's nuts over here. Soldiers are being asked to do work we're not trained to do. I'm doing work 
  that the State Department people are far more prepared to do in fostering democracy, but they're 
  not allowed to come off the bases because it's too dangerous here. It doesn't make any sense." 
    -- Army Capt. Brian Freeman, who died Saturday in Karbala from a mortar attack,  Link

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Subject: Iranian influence in the region...?


Been reading about US military forces having  "authorization" to kill Iranian agents
operating in Iraq, with the pretense of diminishing "Iranian influence in the region".

2 things come to mind...

1. Who has the jurisdiction to give this "authorization"?  I'm assuming, the decider in chief.

2. Based on that logic, wouldn't Ahmadinejad also have the moral  authority to "authorize" Iranian agents
to kill American agents operating in Iraq, with the stated goal of diminishing American  influence in the region?

For that matter, why don't they also state  they have authorization to kill American agents in Mexico,
the UK or  wherever else they may be in order to decrease their influence in  that region?

What the fuck?

Bush wants Godlike powers to kidnap, rape, torture and murder anyone he wants,
but if another country tries what he's doing, they are "terrorist nations."

Everybody sees this but the BFEE, the GOP and their apologists, the American whore media.
I'm so old, I remember when those heinous actions were illegal in America.

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No Longer Leader of the Free World
 by Brent Budowsky

Still, he escalates his war in Iraq, showing contempt for what the voters demanded in the election.

Still, he escalates his almost unbridled scorn and contempt for the very idea of diplomacy itself,
refusing to negotiate, knowing only how to escalate.

Still, he shows his contempt for the Joint Chiefs of Staff and the overwhelming majority of our
commanders, ignoring and disrespecting their advice, forcing them to falsely applaud the words
they privately so strongly disagree with.

Still, he shows his contempt for leaders and peoples throughout the free world who have publicly,
privately, sadly, desperately and angrily pleaded with him to stop this disastrous policy he so
obsessively escalates, again.

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Subject: Kerry in 2004

Dear Bart,

You're right about Kerry not wanting to fight.
If he would have come out of the box like Jim Webb...

Supposedly George (Macacca) Allen had gone to bed so that the rest of the votes could be counted.
Instead of the Webb campaign saying, "Yeah let's wait for the votes to be counted," he came out
and said "It's over  - we won."

McCaskill (sp?) did the same thing, so did Jon Tester each of them put the responsibility on the Repuke
to prove that they didn't win.

Taking a page out of the monkey's playbook in 2000 when he started picking his cabinet even though
all the votes weren't yet counted.   These people were aggressive and took it to the Repukes, never giving
them the chance to say fix the required votes.

Don't get me wrong I loved Gore (Kerry I voted for because he was the nominee no other reason).
But imagine if Gore would have come out of the box and said, "I'm picking my cabinet - It's over, we won,"
today would be a different world and we would not have lost 3000 plus lives and I don't know how many maimed.

If only we would have wanted it more if only.....

Keep up the good work,

In poker, the aggressive player wins more than the sheep.
It's strange to watch two players on TV with the same hand.

Player 1 has A-10, so he bets.
Player 2 "only" has A-10, so he folds.

They had the same hand, but the aggressive guy wanted it more.
If only we could teach the Democrats how to play poker.

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Saw it at

Ghosts of dirty tricks past
  by Joe Conason

Yet on the far right, poisonous propaganda can be concocted from the most innocent ingredients.
That is precisely what the Unification Church's Insight magazine proceeded to do on Jan. 19,
with the eager assistance of Fox News and right-wing Web sites such as

Insight portrayed the Indonesian school as a "madrassa," suggesting the Saudi-financed institutions that
allegedly train Wahhabi terrorists in Pakistan, indicated, to incite religious prejudice, that Obama had been
"raised Muslim" -- and then attributed these fabrications to political operatives in the Clinton camp.

These false claims lacked any sourcing, but that didn't prevent the usual media miscreants from
broadcasting them, from John Gibson on Fox's "The Big Story" and Rush Limbaugh down to
Melanie Morgan and her sidekick at San Francisco's KSFO radio station. Just the usual modus operandi
of the noise machine -- except for that telltale twist of smearing Clinton with responsibility for the attack.

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Protesters demand troops home
 "Tens of thousands" storm Washington DC

Protesters energized by fresh congressional skepticism about the Iraq war and Cheney's coming indictment
for treason, demanded a withdrawal of U.S. troops in a demonstration Saturday that drew tens of thousands.

A sampling of celebrities, a half-dozen members of Congress and busloads of demonstrators from distant states
joined in a spirited rally, seeing opportunity to press their cause in a country that has turned against the war.

Rep. John Conyers, (D-Hero) threatened to use congressional spending power to try to stop the war.
"George Bush has a habit of firing military leaders who tell him the Iraq war is failing," he said to the masses.
"He can't fire you." Referring to Congress, the Michigan Democrat added: "He can't fire us!"

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Subject: Re: Innocent, after serving 21 years


The number of convictions overturned by DNA evidence makes me wonder about all those convictions
where there isn't any DNA to be tested, either because there was none at the scene or because the for
the type of crime DNA's not relevant.

The sheer number of convictions overturned makes me wonder if there isn't a problem with the way we
determine guilt in most criminal cases.   Isn't someone wrongly convicted of armed robbery on the testimony
of a jailhouse snitch as innocent as one wrongly convicted of rape and/or murder who is later cleared by DNA?

But there is no evidence to be examined scientifically in the former case.
I don't have an answer.  I'm just thinking something's broken.
 Don in Dallas

Don, what's broken is that we live in a getting-better-but-still racist country.

If a white woman accuses a black man, he is presumed guilty and the all-white jury agrees.
If a black woman accuses a white man, he is presumed innocent, unless he plays for Duke.

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Subject: WMDs and Hillary


PBS "The Independent Lens" did a long documentary on investigative reporting that had two reporters
(one from the WaHoPo) stating emphatically that the Senate DID in fact have the very sceptical CIA report
about Iraqi WMD, and chose to go along with the WH influenced one.  A revelation--the smoking gun.

But you ignore that fact because it reveals Hillary and the other Whore Dems for what they are.

She says Bush lied to her, you say he didn't lie - that he provided them fair and
honest reports that showed the truth about both versions - is that your position?

That Bush was fair & honest in the run-up to the war?

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"There are more people waiting for me to pull this trigger than there are waiting on
  my return to the states. I'm done hurting.   All my life I've been hurting... end this pain,"
    -- Michael Crutchfield, in his 2-page suicide note, found dead north of Baghdad   Link

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Daffy does Doom

Delusional is far too mild a word to describe Cheney. Delusional doesn't begin
to capture the profound, transcendental one-flew-over daftness of the man.

Has anyone in the history of the United States ever been so singularly wrong and
misguided about such phenomenally important events and continued to insist he's
right in the face of overwhelming evidence to the contrary?

It requires an exquisite kind of lunacy to spend hundreds of billions destroying
America's reputation in the world, exhausting the U.S. military, failing to catch Osama,
enhancing Iran's power in the Middle East and sending American kids to train and
arm Iraqi forces so they can work against American interests.

Yes, why is Bush helping the Iraqi-Sunni insurgency get stronger?

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Subject: Troop level lies

Bart,  the casualty levels and troop levels are just another lie.

We have around 120,000 active duty troops in Iraq, surging to  140,000. We have an unknown number
of private military contractors  (PMCs) that bump that double or even triple that number. A military census
estimates the current number of contractors in iraq is around  100,000. By contrast, around 9200 contractors
served in Bush Oil War  #1.    Now, if they admit to 100,000 ... does that mean there are really 200,000?

My father's Vietnam tour was in the Navy, he worked in the bowels of  a ship's water desalination plant.
Equivalent jobs today are often  filled by PMCs. This means that of that 120,000 there are very few
shipping dock clerks, cooks and civil engineers. Those 120,000 are  all getting shot at in the streets.
A true count of the number of  troops, by historical standards, would be at least 220,000.

We have 3,064 soldiers dead. But we have many, many more with severe  injuries -- an estimated 23,000.
This doesn't include complex and difficult to diagnose injuries like Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder and
Gulf War Syndrome (which I can assure you is extremely fucking real).
This is 23,000 kids with arms and legs ripped away, or parts of their skull missing.
 Erik S

Eric, I think you're right.

Another horrible injury has been swept under the rug and gets no publicity:
When these guys roll over an IED, the explosion generally comes from below,
which means these guys who lose one or both legs possibly lose their genitalia, as well.

That means no children, limited sex life, if at all, colostomy bags in their wheelchairs, etc.
But Bush's mainstream whore media will wait until hundreds or thosands more lose theirs
because the job of the media is to prop-up Bush and his failed, bloody quagmire.


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Poppy: Waaa! Everybody hates my boy

Poppy Bush accused the news media of "personal animosity" toward his son and said he
found the criticism so unrelenting he sometimes talked back to his television set.  ha ha

"It's one thing to have an adversarial ... relationship -- hard-hitting journalism -- it's another
when the journalists' rhetoric goes beyond skepticism and goes over the line into overt,
unrelenting hostility and personal animosity," former President George Bush said.

"This antipathy got worse after my sin started killing and torturing innocent people," he said.
"It was so bad, I found myself doing what I never should have done -- I talk back to the TV.
And I said things that my mother wouldn't necessarily approve of," said the Oily Godfather.

Maybe if your boy hadn't killed 2060 soldiers, more Americans would like him.
Maybe if your boy hadn't let New Orleans drowned while he played golf, more would like him.
Maybe if your boy hadn't legaliozed torture, more would like him.
Maybe if your boy hadn't murdered the Bill of Rights, more would like him.
Maybe if your boy hadn't promoted rape as a weapon at Abu Graib, more would like him.
Maybe if your boy hadn't said "Go fuck yourself" to the UN and the world, more would like him.

You sired a monster, George, but he's your monster so you love him.
I understand Ted Bundy's dad loved him, too.

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Subject: Hillary


I find it curious how you and many others can celebrate the brilliance of both Clintons
and give them a complete pass on there obvious pandering to corporate interests.


How could Bill not have know the ultimate effect the so called free trade agreements
would have on the people of this country?

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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...

3,067....3,080 American victims

We lost 13 more since last issue
while the Little Dictator pretends he's winning.

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

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

Bush can live with that.

Bush has killed more than Americans than Osama.

The State of Poker

Poker has come under vicious attack over the past year.  We see home and tavern poker games being
raided and charitable poker tournaments are being shut down.  We have seen the federal government's
full force efforts to curb this American tradition from the Internet.  Legislation aimed at prohibiting you
from funding your online poker accounts passed the U.S. House this summer, then was quietly 
slipped into a port security bill, literally in the dark of night on October 13.

There are stats that show we took the Senate due to poker.
The races in Montana and Virginia we decided by fewer votes that, statistically,
there are poker players in those states.   There never was any reason for the "smaller government"
Republicans to get involved in this issue other than religious insanity.

Their motto?  "If it's fun, it MUST be immoral."

And don't tell me about "Gambling disorders," or whatever.
As long as it's legal to buy stock or open your own business, you're gambling.

Poker has been a tradition in America longer than any senator has been alive.

And hell, I'll go so far as to say poker promotes peace.
Some of the top twenty poker players are from Israel, Lebanon, Iran, etc.
When they sit down to play - it's all fun and everybody is accepted as an equal,
except for Phil Hellmuth - he's the greatest player who ever lived :)

So I'm calling on the Democratic House and Senate to right this wrong.
Don't tell me "We're too busy with more important matters."
It would take an hour - just do it.

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Subject: Your LIARS! sign was on C-Span!

I was just watching the live coverage of the DC march on C-span and
just before they cut away to Hillary's town hall meeting, a bartcop
"LIARS" sign went by and filled up the whole screen.

Those signs are so great, bart!

Subject: Bush as hitler


Its people like you who publish Bush dressed like Hitler who give the First Amendment a bad name.

You call yourself an American Citizen?

Why don't you just ship out and do all of us a favor?

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"We'll proceed with Phase II. It is a priority. I made my commitment and it will get done."
    --Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS), on Bush use of false intelligence on Iraq, 07/09/04, Link

"I don't know if we can get it done before the election."
    --Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS), on Bush use of false intelligence on Iraq, 07/11/04,  Link

"That [the Phase II report] is basically on the back burner."
    --Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS), on Bush use of false intelligence on Iraq, 03/10/05,  Link

"We have now heard it all regarding prewar intelligence.
  It would be a monumental waste of time to replow this ground any further."
    --Sen. Pat Roberts (R-KS), on Bush use of false intelligence on Iraq, 03/31/05,  Link

Pat Roberts is a crooked bastard, choosing to let more soldiers die
than let the truth come out about his crooked Commander in Thief

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Subject: BCR Show 103 feedback

Hi Bart!

I'm really glad you're going to be doing more frequent, shorter shows.
I'm supporting the decision by re-subscribing. Hope lots of other take the plunge.
Your shows are always enjoyable and well done.

Looking forward to the SOUND of the hammer,
 Bob in knuckle-draggin' South Carolina

I plan to finish BCR 104 today - it might be up tonight.

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Poker Talk

I've been watching a LOT of TV poker these days.
I think I have discovered two tells on Mike Matusow, or "Mike the Mouth."

When he bets fast, and I mean real fast after the flop, he's bluffing.
And when he catches a big hand (I saw MASH as a kid) he's silent as a lamb!

Mike the Mouth shuts up when he has a big hand.

You poker players, file those two tells in the back of your head, then get back to me.
If you win a big pot against Mike because of that, send me 10%  15%.

Pokerfest/Tequilafest Jersey?

We're thinking about April 28 in Woodbridge, New Jersey.

Since we're not paying casinoe* rates, it'll be cheaper than Vegas, maybe $30 to get in,
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.
Let us know if you have any interest.

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Rumor: Zeppelin to tour

Legendary rockers Led Zeppelin are set to re-group after 22 years for a stadium tour.

The three surviving members, Robert Plant, Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones,
plan to hit the road next summer with Jason Bonham on drums.

The band are second only to the Beatles in worldwide album sales.
They still hold records for crowds at their 1970s concerts.

Think this will happen?
And what is "next summer?"
Is that 2007 or 2008?

- They don't need the money. I guess only McCartney has more.
- They've always refused to play under the Zep name, but with the Bonham boy on drums...
- I may have to do some blogging from the road.

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Peace Mandate
  by Nat Parry    January 25, 2007

While the umbrella group United for Peace & Justice announced the call for the march just after the election,
hoping to build on the antiwar sentiment expressed at the polls, at that time few had foreseen that George W. Bush
would dismiss out of hand the Iraq Study Group's recommendations for withdrawal from Iraq and instead decide
to escalate the war by sending a "surge" of 21,500 troops in a last-ditch attempt to pacify Baghdad.

Since his announcement, Bush has suffered an unprecedented backlash from members of his own party,
who until now have granted him carte blanche to conduct the war however he chooses.

Many Republicans in Congress have joined their Democratic counterparts in opposing the plan,
even if they have had difficulty agreeing on the precise language of the congressional anti-surge resolution.

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