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Monday-Weekend  Feb 12, 2007  Vol 1924 - Coffin poker

Quote of the Day

"I wish I were being quoted 
  by some Democrats, too." 
    -- Kissyface, only quoted by Fascists   Link 

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Dems Play Hardball? 
Billions In Stolen Oil 
Worst President Ever 
UK needs independence
Colin Powell's Lies 
Bush wants wider war 
Dixie Chicks clean up 
Damaged Iraq Vets 
Scarlett Johansson 

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"The proponents of the resolution to limit troop strength must now believe that sitting here 
  8,000 miles away, this body is more equipped than our military leaders to say what our 
  force structure should be in Iraq. That is unacceptable; it is totally unacceptable."  
      -- Kit Bond (R-MO), who must wonder why Bush overruled his generals in Iraq    Link

"I met with every divisional commander, General Casey, General Dempsey...  We all talked together. 
  And I asked, in your professional opinion, if we were to bring in more American troops now, does it add 
  considerably to our ability to achieve success in Iraq? And they all said 'no.' " 
    --U.S. Central Command Commander General John Abizaid    Link

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Will the Dems Finally Play Hardball?
  by Robert Parry

The GOP's use of parliamentary procedures to prevent a floor debate was another sharp elbow in the ribs 
of the new Democratic congressional majority, which has been trying since November to behave in a bipartisan 
way on foreign policy, graciously approving Bush's new war council with nary a tough question.

However, perhaps the humiliation over the Iraq War resolution will finally show the Democrats that it'-s time to 
play the political game the way the Republicans do - to win. It also may be time to start seeking meaningful 
accountability from senior figures in this administration, not just from low-level has-beens like Paul Bremer.

Do Democrats have the sac to play hardball?
Are will they be content to roll over on every Bush command?

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"In GOP circles, She is seen as so strong, and the political climate for Republicans so hostile, 
that many influential voices -- including current and former lawmakers, and veterans of Bush's 
campaigns -- have grown despairing.  Even some well-connected outside advisers to Bush... 
are advising Republicans that it will be next to impossible to win the White House if Bush's 
popularity remains so low, and public disgust with the war so high."  
       -- Political Wire,     Link

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Billions In Stolen Oil - Daily
 No meters is like a store with no cashier

Atop Iraq's al Basrah Oil Terminal, heavily armed anti-terrorism forces  American soldiers stand guard
while the theft of the century may beis occurring right under their noses. Tankers berthed at the platform
take on the oil that is the lifeblood of Iraq's war-torn economy.

Hundreds of  Millions of dollars' worth of oil is stolen daily in Iraq because of the absence of oil meters,
a basic tool for preventing corruption, according to the CIA, the State Department reports, and the
Iraq Study Group Report.

A six-month investigation by KTVT found the annual  weekly thefts run into the billions of dollars and
help fuel insurgents, sectarian militias and corrupt officials - as well as deprive the Iraqis of money to
run their struggling government.

This is bullshit.
This report is trying to tell you people other than the BFEE are stealing that oil.
If we had 130,000 soldiers in Baghdad, I guarantee it would be a peaceful city.
But our soldiers aren't there - they're too busy guarding Bush's precious pipeline.

"I would say probably between 200,000 and 500,000 barrels a day is probably missing in Iraq," says
Mikel Morris, who worked for the State Department's Iraq Reconstruction Management Organization
in Baghdad. Depending on fluctuations in the price of oil, the thefts could be worth $20 million to $30 million per day.

Do the f-ing math.  (We do it every day.)
Iraq pumped 3.5M barrels daily before Bush invaded
and then they got their 2003 Halliburton upgrade.

Halliburton could have doubled their production.
The Bush Family Evil Empire could be stealing 7 million barrels a day.
Since there are no meters, we have to guess at the amount.

But why has the American whore press ignore this facts for 4 years?

THIS is why Bush invaded, and everybody knows it, but nobody will talk about it.

Why is it up to the Tequila Treehouse Kid to state the obvious?

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"I love my third wife - a lot. All that 
'till death do us part' stuff is bullshit.
I plan to win the GOP nomination
by running on family values."


"No one -- no one -- can ever say this President isn't committed to one thing, paramount in all 
  of his responsibilities, and that is to protect the people of the United States. He is doing what 
  he thinks is best to protect our children and freedom for our way of life."  
    -- Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX),  calling Bush out for his 9-11 failures,  Link

 No - wait - she's a Republican, so she thinks Bush did a "heckuva job" protecting us on 9-11.

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The Worst President Ever

A question that seems to be on everybody's mind these days turns out to be: 
Is George Bush the worst President in American history?
But how do you judge? Is he the most morally disgusting?

It's also too early to tell, but if first signs mean anything, he has got a lot to answer for. We know he is responsible 
for the death of a lot of people who never hurt him or us. We wonder if he has so disturbed the entire Middle East 
quadrant of the globe that years and years may pass while the people there and the people here suffer for what he 
has done. Will we get habeas corpus back? Will the thumb screw become standard operating procedure, or will it 
be returned to the Middle Ages whence George Bush found it?

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Subject: you're an idot

Hey Shothead,

I was doing a vanity search of my name on the Google, and one of the hits was a pevious letter I had writen to you.  
Its petty sad that you had to molify my letter to inclkude mispellings.  I went back and looked at it and everyting 
was spelled correktly.   Typical liberal through.  When you guys cant win an argument or refeate a point logically, 
you retort to simply making the massengil look bad.   Your all totally pathatic.  

Heil Rush, Heil Hannity, Heil Bush
.....and you will ultimately fail just like Air America did.   

What a joke!
Steve Popiel, the Pocket Fisherman

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Britain needs independence from America

Opponents of the war in Iraq get daily vindication that the invasion was a terrible mistake. Supporters of the removal 
of Saddam feel betrayed by the appalling mess Bush has made of the aftermath. Blair is an increasingly lonely voice 
when he pleads that Britain and America must remain each other's indispensable allies. 'We shouldn't give that up in 
any set of circumstances,' he declared last week. 'The relationship with America is what opens lots of doors everywhere.' 
He did not make his case more persuasive when he selected climate change as an example of what he had got out of his 
closeness to George W Bush. When he leaves Number 10, his successors will have to fashion a new foreign policy for 
Britain which recasts its relationship with America and reorients its approach to the rest of the world.

Bush is poison.
Anyone who stands with Bush will be judged harshly by history - and the voters.

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"In the triangle situation, the jealous person of the threesome is the worse off, are they not?"  
     -- Larry King, on astronaut Lisa Marie Nowak,     Link

It's nice to know that, at age 106, Larry King is still sharp.


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Subject: Don Abraham Tequila Anejo

Yo Bart

I've been waiting a few years for this!!!!
My sis and bro-in-law brought me back some Don Abraham Tequila Anejo.

I'm still trying to find out what the difference between a shooting tequila and a sipping tequila is.
It seems to me the Anejo is a bit more strident than shooting tequila.  There's a burn on the tongue.
When I swallow however, there is a smoothness that the others don't compare to.

Sorry old son, but I'm a bit of a novice here.

Gord in Wilson Creek, BC

Gord, Cuervo Gold is "shooting tequila," because the object is to get sick as a dog.
One sips fine tequila because it's to be savored and dwelled upon.

I've never heard of Don Abraham, but if it's Anejo, it's probably pretty good.

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We have 10 shot glasses left.
$25 a pair - cheap for a collectors item.

Fourth Anniversary of Powell's Lies
  by Robert Parry

On Feb. 5, 2003, Bush tapped the most credible person in his administration to go before the United Nations 
and make the case for preemptive war against Iraq. Despite personal doubts about the quality of the evidence, 
Powell did what he was told, helping to set in motion a war that has killed more than 3,000 U.S. soldiers and 
possibly hundreds of thousands of Iraqis. The disastrous conflict -- and the lies used to justify it -- have left in 
tatters the image of the United States and the credibility of Colin Powell. But should Powell's willingness to be 
used have surprised anyone? 

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Subject: Rev. Ted cured of being homosexual?

Reverend Ted Haggard emerged for three weeks of treatment and announced that he's been cured
of being homosexual. What a miraculous event! Now he should go into treatment to be cured of being a liar,
but if he gets cured of that his homosexual problem might come back.

The big question is if his New Life Church is going to believe him and that depends on if they want to believe him.
That does seem to be what faith is about, that if you want to believe something hard enough, then that makes it true.

Will they have enough faith to maintain the illusion or will reality reach out and tap them on the shoulder?
Sincerity is most important when it comes to religion and faith.
Once you learn how to fake that - you have it made.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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Bush wants wider war ASAP


Bush is moving closer to war with Iran by accusing the "highest levels" of the Iranian government of supplying 
sophisticated roadside bombs that have killed 170 US troops and wounded 620. The allegations against Iran 
are similar in tone and credibility to those Bush made four years ago about Iraq.   Senior US defence officials 
in Baghdad, speaking on condition of anonymity, said they believed the bombs were manufactured in Iran and 
smuggled across the border to Shia militants in Iraq. The weapons, identified as "explosively formed penetrators" 
(EFPs) are said to be capable of destroying an Abrams tank. The officials speaking in Baghdad used aggressive 
rhetoric suggesting that Washington wants to ratchet up its confrontation with Tehran. It has not ruled out using 
armed force and has sent a second carrier task force to the Gulf.


Are you a male between the ages of 18 and 48?
Do you have a loved one in that age group?

You better give them a hug and a map to Canada.

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Subject: Fascist Republicans

Bart, don't those Republicans know there's another election coming up?

James, the GOP will pay a heavy price in 2008.
Until then, the soldiers will have to pay an even heavier price for Bush's oil greed and stupidity.


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"I encourage those who want to create chaos and a victory for the terrorists to hang on and hope for 
an Obama victory. If I were running al-Qaida in Iraq, I would put a circle around March 2008 and be 
praying as many times as possible for a victory, not only for Obama but also for the Democrats."       
      -- Australian PM John Howard, Bush's boy Down Under   Link


"If Prime Minister Howard truly believes what he says, perhaps his country should find its way
 to contribute more than just 1,400 troops so some American troops can come home. 
 It's easy to talk tough when it's not your country or your troops making the sacrifices." 
      --Barack Obama spokesman Robert Gibbs,     Link

Well done, Obama.
That reply was Clintonesque.

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Dixie Chicks clean up at Grammys


The Dixie Chicks completed a defiant comeback on Sunday night, capturing five Grammy awards 
after being shunned by country music's Bush fans for telling the truth about the Murder Monkey.

The Texas trio won all the biggest categories, including record and song of the year for "Not Ready to 
Make Nice." They also won best country album. The Dixie Chicks won every award they were nominated for
sweet vindication after the superstars' lives were threatened and sales plummeted when Maines criticized Bush.
Almost overnight, one of the most successful groups in music was boycotted by Nashville's racists.

The standing ovations they received illustrated how much the political climate has changed.

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Subject: Bush is confused again

When Bushit talks about Iraq and Iran he shows the same confusion my special education students display 
when they can't remember if we are talking about Japan or China.  To him both countries are the same, 
with the same religions, same history, and same problems.  No wonder why our military can't figure out 
what to do to win when the President doesn't know what he is ordering when acting as Commander In Chief.  
"Do we invade Iraq or Iran?  Is he pissed at Iraq or Iran?"  

The guy is a special ed student, and a poor one at that.  
At least most of my seventh graders are willing to learn something, 
even though it may be difficult for them to understand it.
 Jeremy P

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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...

3,103....3,124 American victims

We lost 21 more since last issue
while the Little Dictator plays with himself.

...and how much did BIG OIL make yesterday?
Exxon makes $108M - every day

(And that's just ONE oil company)

21 more soldiers dead,
but Exxon makes $75,000 profit per minute

Bush can live with that,
because Iraq's oil wells have no meters.

Bush has killed more Americans than Osama.


"Ted Haggard,  the minister who was caught with a gay prostitute, has just finished a three-week 
  sex addiction program. He says he is now 'completely heterosexual.' Haggard says he will prove 
  he is completely heterosexual by having sex only with men who are completely heterosexual"  
      -- Conan 

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"People ask, 'How did they turn Rev Ted Haggard, a clearly gay man into a heterosexual?' 
 It's very simple. You know when you were a kid and your father caught you smoking? 
 Then he decided to make you smoke a carton? 
 Ted's been a busy boy."  
      --Jon Stewart

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Raping the Treasury a Family Affair
  Bush's Uncle Bucky made millions from his quagmires


Bush's uncle, William H.T. Bush, was among directors of a defense contractor who reaped $6 million from what 
federal regulators say was an illegal scheme by two executives to manipulate the timing of stock option grants.

The uncle, known as "Bucky," is the youngest brother of George Herbert Herbert Bush. "Bucky" was an outside, 
nonexecutive director of Engineered Support Systems Inc., a defense contractor whose profits were bolstered 
because of the Iraq war.   ESSI employees and directors received about $20 million in unauthorized compensation 
as a result of backdating stock options, according to the SEC.

Remember when they went after Roger Clinton for trying to make money off his brother?

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As I sit listening to BCR 105 (great show, man) I thought of a suggestion: 
In the same place where you keep the BFEE running count about how many billions they steal, 
and how many thousands of soldiers have died... we don't hear a lot about is the tens of thousands  
that have come home with permanent disabilities... TENS OF  THOUSANDS.  

There's gotta be a running count on that out there  somewhere that you could annex.

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There are so many tragic stories as a result of this stupid fucking  war... 
in the US and in Iraq, and in many many other places.
 Ricardo in Mexico City

Bush, McCain, Kissyface and the GOP think we need more dead and maimed soldiers.
They will stay on that disasterous path until the voters correct them in 2008.

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Damaged Iraq War Vets
  by Andrew Weaver and Ray McGovern

The California Nurses Association reported that in the first quarter of 2006, Veterans Affairs "treated 20,638
Iraq veterans for post-traumatic stress disorder, and they have a backlog of 400,000 cases.
A returning soldier has to wait an average of 165 days for a VA decision on initial disability benefits, 
and an appeal can take up to three years.

This is unacceptable and reprehensible.

An assessment of more than 220,000 military personnel returning from Iraq published in the April Journal of
the American Medical Association found that nearly one in five has significant mental health problems.
Repeated tours of duty increase the risk of post-traumatic stress disorder by 50 percent.

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Scarlett Johansson in 'Black Dahlia'


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We saw this movie over the weekend.
I was more confused than Bush on the war.

Did anybody follow those twists and turns?

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