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Weekend-Monday  March 31-April 2, 2007 Vol 1953 - Weeping blood

Quote of the Day

"Does everyone in the Bush 
  administration have amnesia?" 
    -- Howard Kurtz, whore for Bush 2000 and 2004

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Selected Outrage 
Sum of Our Fears 
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Can Hillary win?
Hillary fundraising 
What about Iran? 
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"The anger directed at Bush today, like that directed at Clinton during his presidency,
  luxuriates in its own vehemence. I snarl, therefore I am.  Such people make one's blood boil."
     -- George Will, pompous bastard

Hey George, it's not the same.
Clinton didn't kill 3300 soldiers, empty the Treasury and set the Middle East on fire.

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Bush, Iran & Selective Outrage
  by Robert Parry

One of the least endearing features of Washington's political/media hierarchy is its propensity for selective outrage,
like what is now coming from George W. Bush about the "inexcusable behavior" of the Iranian government in holding
15 British sailors whom Bush has labeled "hostages."

This is the same Bush who often mocks the very idea that international law should apply to him; he's fond of
the punch line: "International law? I better call my lawyer." But Bush becomes a pious defender of international
law when it suits his geopolitical interests.

The major U.S. news media predictably follows along, getting into an arms-crossed harrumph over foreigners
trampling on the inviolate principles of international law, the same rules that should never constrain U.S. actions.  is the most important site on the net.

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"If I were George Bush and I had just had my ass handed to me in the elections last November,
I would revert into "preserve my legacy" mode. He should figure out a way to declare victory and
bring the troops home, work with Democrats to pass (and claim credit for) some major piece of
legislation, throw the divisive members of his Administration to the wolves (Rove/Cheney), and try
to reinvent himself as a moderate in an attempt to make everyone forget why they hate him.
Turn back into the 'guy you'd want to have a beer with' and get something done. But that would
require a level of self-awareness that George Bush has never exhibited."
    -- Greg Saunders,

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Time Managing Editor Rick Stengel (R-Whore) publicly replied to criticism of inaccurate statements lies he told
about the prosecutor purge on Chris Mathews's Show. (Riveting YouTube clip here.) Stengel had told Mathews
he was "so uninterested" in Democratic efforts to make Karl Rove testify regarding the prosecutor scandal because
doing so would be politically "bad" for Democrats, since such investigations are "not what voters want to see."
In fact, the public overwhelmingly supports investigations into the Bush Administration's conduct.

Isn't that nice of Time Whore Magazine to "protect" the Democrats from themselves
when they try to do what the public demands?

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Republicans legislate quagmire AND


"At the end of the day, I know what I did. And I know that the motivations
  for the decisions I made were not based on improper reasons."
    -- Alberto Gonzales, lying again about firing eight U.S. attorneys,

 Tortureboy still thinks he's Bush's personal lawyer.

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Subject: Meet Matt Sanchez: G.O.P. darling, former gay porn star


Last month, Matt Sanchez was a special guest in Washington, D.C., where Fascists made speeches and
Ann Coulter famously called John Edwards a "faggot."   Sanchez was being celebrated for his "heroic" efforts
in demonizing the campus anti-war movement as anti-military. Shortly after being championed by Michelle Malkin,
O'Reilly and Hannity, it was discovered that Sanchez, aka Rod Majors, had appeared in a number of gay porn films
(including Touched by an Anal) and had worked as a male escort. Can somebody say Jeff Gannon?


"What little credibility Gonzales had is gone.  The Democrats have an especially inviting
  target in Gonzales.  He cannot defend the administration and its policies even when they
  deserve defense. Alberto Gonzales should resign.  The Justice Department needs a fresh start."
       -- The Editors, right-wing National Review, Link

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The Sum of Our Fears

Fear does not bring out the best in the United States of America.

A paranoid empire is not a pretty sight. When there's always an imaginary ticking bomb somewhere
the perverse ethics of urgency kick in: pre-emptive war, occupation, torture. And having witnessed
these depravities, it's not surprising that "fear" has gotten something of a bad rap, particularly in the
progressive circles in which I tend to run. We long for the time when FDR asked us to reject the emotion:
"The only thing we have to fear is fear itself." But that's not really true. The problem isn't so much fear per se,
though it can be debilitating to the health of a democracy. It's fear of the wrong things.

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Subject: McCain strolling in Iraq

McCain declared earlier this week on CNN that the media was distorting the news from Iraq
and that in fact you could stroll through many Baghdad neighborhoods, a rose-colored account
that drew a quick rebuke from CNN's Michael Ware.  (As heard on BCR 112)

Turns out McCain's "stroll" through a Baghdad market was guarded by 100 American soldiers,
three Blackhawk helicopters, and two Apache gunships.

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Giuliani faces questions about Sept. 11


Rudy Giuliani's White House aspirations are inescapably tied to Sept. 11, 2001 - for better and for worse.
While he was widely lionized for his post-9/11 leadership, city firefighters and their families are renewing their
attacks on him for his performance before and after the terrorist attack. "If Rudolph Giuliani was running on
anything but 9/11, I would not speak out," said Sally Regenhard, whose son was among the 343 FDNY
members killed in the terrorist attack. "I want the American people to know he was part of the 9-11 problem.'"

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Bush Intervention

Subject: Perky

Hey Bart,

Considering Katie Couric's recent under-handed attempt to smear the Edwards' decision to
"keep moving forward inspite of appearances,"  it's only fair to remember that after the death of
her husband, she wasted no time at all, hitting the streets and getting her "slut on."

I guess that's just part of the healing process.
 Sam in Alabama

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 Public Punditry Contest!


Subject: American vs Foreign cars


Just wanted to back Tom in his support of American cars.

My son is a Honda mechanic and the mechanics make VERY good money repairing Hondas and Acuras.
I tell him that they would be like the Maytag repairman if the cars were so good. I then hear him talk of some
fairly serious "common" quality problems and see the hourly shop rates and part prices of those cars that make
one wonder what the benefit of owning foreign cars is.

His own car, made by a different Japanese company was horribly expensive to fix for what was relatively minor damage.

Steve, I respect your opinion.
I used to do this for a living and you're right about the "horribly expensive."

If you fail to change the timing belt on a Japanese car it could cost you thousands,
but if you change the belt every 100K miles you could easily get 300K - that's why people buy them.

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Hillary breaks fundraising record


Shattering previous records, Hillary Clinton collected $26 million for her presidential campaign during
the first three months of the year and transferred an additional $10 million from her Senate account.

Her total included $4.2 million raised through the Internet. The campaign did not specify how much
of the $36 million was available only for the primary election and how much could be used just in the
general election, if she were the party's nominee.

She might be tough to beat.
Her husband can fill a room with big donors the same night she fills another room with buig donors.

Reminder: I had nothing to do with this.

A Time For Anger, a Call to Action
 by Bill Moyers

 The first modern fundraiser in American politics - Mark Hanna, (McKinley 1896)  once said
there are two important things in politics. "One is money, and I can't remember the other one."
Because our system feeds on campaign contributions, the powerful and the privileged shape it to their will.
Only 12% of American households had incomes over $100,000 in 2000, but they made up 95%
of the substantial donors to campaigns and have been the big winners in Washington ever since.

Put another way - why don't people vote their self-interests?
It doesn't matter how much the corps give the "special interest" candidates.
If the poor and middle class voted, they could have whatever candidates and goverment they wanted.

We could be in year 12 of her National Health Care Plan but we voted against that, remember?
We could have a sane president, but America wanted one it could have a beer with.
We could have safe streets and solid bridges and clean food and more cops but people are told
by the Republicans and the media "That's too much like socialism" and it's "class warfare," so we
convince ourselves that we can't afford that, so we get Bush's trillion dollar suicide war, instead.

Kucinich could be president, if he could convince people that he was right.
But we don't want Kucinich - we want someone like Arnold Swartenegger, for Christ's sake.

What's Bart's Law Number One?

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"All I can tell you is that I was sick and now I am cured.
  It is for the church to say and to recognize whether it is a miracle."
      -- Sister Marie Simon-Pierre, whose claims of being "cured of Parkinson's disease"
         may make the late Pope John Paul II (R-Child abuse) a saint,    Link

What a load of crap.
There was no miracle here - it's just another Catholic handjob.

"She claims she was cured June 2, 2005 after praying to John Paul II."

First, let's get some American doctors with reputations to back up this wild claim.

Second, why does God hate Muhammed Ali, Janet Reno and Marty McFly?

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Subject: Love your now-weekly BCR shows


After I have listened to the latest BCR on my car stereo, I pass the CD along to some local news reporters.
Later, when I tell them I have  the latest BCR to give them, their eyes light up. Of course, local  reporters
have to answer to editors and publishers who may not agree  with them. But the reporters love you!

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Al Franken for Senate

Prediction: He's going to retire that bastard Norm Coleman.


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Subject: Good things about Hillary


In the White House, Hillary led efforts to make adoption easier, to expand early learning and child care,
to increase funding for breast cancer research, and to help veterans suffering from Gulf War syndrome
who had too often been ignored in the past. She helped launch a national campaign to prevent teen
pregnancy and helped create the Adoption and Safe Families Act of 1997, which moved children from
foster care to adoption more quickly. Thanks in part to her efforts, the number of children who have
moved out of foster care into adoption has increased dramatically.

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Random thought...

Don't you think the fastest way to get those 15 Brit sailors back
would be to stop talking about them constantly?

When asked about it, Blair and Bush could say,
"Negotiations for their return are ongoing..." and leave it at that.

Besides the publicity for Ahmahanjob, those hostages are no good to Iran.

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 Why Bush is Insane


Our pervasive public nightmare - the nightmare of American hysteria, ignorance, arrogance, stupidity and belligerence;
the most powerful nation the world has ever known effectively waging war against the rest of the world. "If you are not
with us you are against us" President Bush has said. He has also said "We will not allow the world's worst weapons to
remain in the hands of the world's worst leaders". Quite right. Look in the mirror chum. That's you.

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Subject: DailyKos starting to get it

Hey, Bart,
  It's been a long time since I checked in but I do check you out
everyday. Being an old geezer on a broken income (not fixed) I can't
donate like I would like to but I wanted to bring it to your attention that
the folks at Kos are starting to come around. BenGoshi spoke up for you
this morning, and I added my 2¢ too.

For too long the Democrats have found it easier to fight among themselves
than to fight the Republicans. I think your pink tutu campaign has begun to work.
Your constant support of our troops, your demands that Democrats stand up
for the people and the truth you provide everyday have made a difference and
you deserve the thanks of your country for faithfully serving the most important
office in a democracy, the office of citizen.

Thanks for your work.

Giuliani poll highs could will fall

WALTERS: Now in the news is the fact that both of you have been married three times. Have we gotten
to the point in this country where divorce or the number of divorces is not important in an election for president?

GIULIANI: Well, I wouldn't say it that way. I would say that people will evaluate the whole person.
That's the way I hope it will be. None of us have perfect lives.

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Subject: Holy crap! You were right on the oil thing too?

Oh Bartcop, this is getting kinda scary.

Near as I can figure it, Perkel gave you such a fast internet connection that you've been
getting your news several months before everyone else. Which could also explain your urges
to lay off the "she" slagging so far before the primaries are anywhere near.

Seeing as you're jumped the gun already on:
1. Anti-Bush websites being popular (when der-Monkey was at 90% approval
2. Kerry didn't want to win (pre-Wind surfing gambit)
3. People would subscribe to great websites (when dot com's could still brag about only losing *millions*)
4. Worst President Ever (years before the sunday Bobble-heads started acknowledging it his probable legacy).

And I'd have to scour the back-issues, but I'd estimate that I come away with a good 10 other examples
of "Bart is Crazy" moments that turned out to dead-on accurate several months later.

So I'm buying a gun, donating to Hillary, and bidding on those darn shot glasses.
Just give us one stock pick, OK? We'll need the money for the next pokerfest,
where we can talk about how President Hillary will be dealing with the fallout
from the Iran invasion. And of course, how cool it was watch Del Castillo play
the inaguration with Shirley on vocals (once the few remaining National Guard
units refused to assist with Bush's attempted coup).

-Rex Devious

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Busybodies Arrest Founder of Internet Gambling Site


The founder of the, Stephen Kaplan, was arrested in the Dominican Republic,
the United States attorney in St. Louis, Catherine Hanaway, said on Friday.

Ms. Hanaway is prosecuting a case against BetOnSports, which is based in London, in federal court
in St. Louis. Mr. Kaplan is named in a 22-count criminal case related to Internet gambling.

"This was a worldwide search, and thanks to the assistance of many law enforcement agencies,
this fugitive will soon be back in St. Louis to face the charges against him," she said in a statement.

The man runs a legitimate business.

Mr. Kaplan has been charged in St. Louis along with the former chief executive of the company,
David Carruthers, and nine others. Mr. Carruthers remains under house arrest in a suburb of St. Louis.

In Geneva on Friday, at the World Trade Organization, a compliance panel ruled that the United States
had failed to change its ban on Internet betting to comply with a W.T.O. ruling that said the legislation
unfairly aims at offshore casinos.

The ruling opens the door to possible commercial sanctions against the United States.

Don't we have terrorists to find?
And why are we the world's nanny?
If a gambler from London goes to the Domincan republic,
why do we arrest him and drag him to St Louis?

For that matter. if a boat full of cocaine is sailing from Columbia to Mexico,
how is it OUR job to board it and arrest everybody?

Why don't we mind our own business and stop arresting people?

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Subject: What is Happening to the Oil Pumped in Iraq?

'Lack of Meters = Billions In Stolen Oil

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 estimates by classified CIA and State Department reports,
the Iraq Study Group Report and others.

So - the Iraq Study Group mentioned this in their report and America's media kept it quiet
so Bush could continue to steal these billions?

A six-month investigation by found the annual thefts run into the billions of dollars and help fuel insurgents,
sectarian militias and corrupt officials - as well as deprive the Iraqis of much-needed money.

THIS is why Bush invaded Iraq and got 3300 soldiers killed
but nobody wants to talk about the real reasons we're at war.
 Joan in Clarkston

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The Tacky Clintonista-CBC-Fox News Backstory
 I don't understand this but I was asked to run it. If I had more time...

Ok, so get ready for a really messed up backstory on the whole Fox News/CBC/Presidential politics angle.
Ben Smith at the Politico reminded me this sordid episode, and it's a nice microcosm of horrible insider
corporate Democratic politics.  Here's the story.

Intel Vets Question the Iraq-UK Crisis

The frenzy in America's corporate media over Iran's detainment of 15 British Marines who may, or may not,
have violated Iranian-claimed territorial waters is a flashback to the unrestrained support given the administration's
war-mongering against Iraq shortly before the attack.

There is real danger that this incident may turn out to be Blair's last gesture of fealty to Bush, Cheney,
and "neo-conservative" advisers who, this time, are looking for a casus belli to "justify" air strikes on Iran.

Like Steve Irwin and the sting ray, the Brits put themselves in a position to get "tagged."

Why did they do that?
Why did they stray so far from their ship that help couldn't reach them?

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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...

3,244....3,252 American victims

We lost  8 more sstrolling around McCain's "Paradise,"
while the Little Dictator force-feeds the meatgrinder.

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

(And that's just ONE oil company)

2 more soldiers dead, but that's OK because
Exxon makes $75,000 profit per minute

Bush can live with that,
because Iraq's oil wells have no meters
and his front company is moving to Dubai.


Bloomberg News says Iraq is currently pumping 2M barrels a day. (Lies)
 But even 2M barrels is $120M a day - where's that money going?

Bush has killed more Americans than Osama.

The American Dream Book Tour & Protest Across America
 by Mike Palecek

OMAHA - The American Dream Book Tour & Protest Across the USA has arrived in Omaha.

I am so lucky to have this chance to see all this, to meet these people, to try to fight the murderous
Bush government, the killer of Paul Wellstone, the perpetrator of  9-11, torturers, thieves, killers
of young people, men, women, babies.

Being in Kansas made me recall the night I arrived at Leavenworth Penitentiary on a prison bus.
Later I would walk up those steps as a reporter to interview Leonard Peltier and the steps did not seem so steep.

Next stops on The American Dream Book Tour:

Monday, April 2, A Novel Idea Bookstore, Lincoln, Nebraska, book signing, 1 pm.
Tuesday, April 3, Soul Desires Bookstore, Omaha, 6 pm.
Wednesday, April 4, The Reading Grounds, Omaha, 7 pm.
Thursday, April 5, Wayne State, College, Wayne, Nebr., 330 pm.
Friday, April 6, Zandbroz Variety Bookstore, Sioux Falls, S.D., 7 pm.

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