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Wednesday  April 18, 2007  Vol 1963 - President Monster

Quote of the Day

"The American people are where we are; 
  President Bush is where no one is." 
    -- Harry Reid, on why Dems will stick to 
        their guns in demanding troop pullout, Link

        Harry, you promise?

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Bush/Cheney Dig in 
W talked fired attys? 
9-11: France Knew? 
Troop deaths climb 
Two VTs per day
Monster President
Impeachment: A Duty 
Tenet to Tell All? 
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"We are entitled to ask - we are required to ask - how many more men, how many more lives,
  how much more destruction will be asked, to provide the military victory that is always just
  around the corner, to pour into this bottomless pit of our dreams?"
    -- Bobby Kennedy, March 18, 1968,   Link

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Bush/Cheney Dig in to Win
  by Robert Parry

Having solidified support among congressional Republicans and still backed by a powerful right-wing
news media, Bush and Cheney appear to have concluded that they can force congressional Democrats
to back down over legislative language seeking a phased withdrawal from Iraq.

If Bush succeeds and wrests the war funding from Congress without strings attached, Bush's supporters
will tout his success as a political rebound. Republican strategists also hope the expected Democratic
humiliation will drive a wedge between the national Democrats and the party's staunchly anti-war base.

Already, prominent Democrats, such as Levin and Obama have drawn criticism from the base for showing
a readiness to run up a white flag rather than face a continued barrage of accusations about undercutting the
troops. Those signals have reinforced White House confidence than Bush can prevail.

It would be great if we could shrug off the "surrender" label we own after all these years.
Is there anything that could make the Democrats come to work and do their jobs?

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The Sewer of Right Wing Hate Radio

MediaMatters has a tremendous post here that makes an excellent point: the cleaning up of American radio 

cannot logically end with the elimination of Don Imus. In fact, for years the (Republican) elephant in the media 
room has been the astonishing outpouring of the most vile bigotry and slander by the radical right on the nation's
airwaves. The phrase "liberal media" has always been a fiction, but no more so than in regard to radio.

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Subject: let's repeal the GOP's 'ban on poker' 

Barney Frank will push to repeal the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act if 
the public outcry for a repeal is strong enough. Thus, I have created the 'Public Outcry Campaign'.
The campaign needs to reach the masses.
We need for all US citizens call their representatives every day to let them know the public wants change.
This link explains how to call representatives along with five talking points.


When Bush ran in 2000, he said, "You know better how to spend your money than the government,"
and then they snuck this stinking bill in the "Safe Port Act," as tho taking away my poker fun was going to 
somehow make our ports safer. 

When it comes to poker, I'm for less government.

Bush, Tortureboy discussed fired attys?


New details emerging suggest that Tortureboy Gonzales and perhaps Bush were more active than
they've acknowledged in the firings last year of eight U.S. attorneys, lawmakers said Monday.
Gonzales will be under pressure to explain those contradictions when he testifies Thursday.

Tortureboy also faced more pressure after a group of conservatives that includes Bruce Fein
sent a letter Monday to Bush calling for Tortureboy's resignation "for the good of the country."

Let's just charge Gonzales with perjury and let a jury figure it out.

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Subject: Imus was a Rove hit

IMUS was attacking the war, calling Bush a drug user and the Vice Prez 'Satan.'
Now he is gone with the help of the left. 

IMUS has been a jerk for years - what changed is that he attacked the Whitehouse.   
Bonus for Rove is that it splits the base over race. 
 Steve F



"Duncan Hunter has filed papers to run for president, but in his official filing,
  he misspelled the word 'president.' Political experts say it's all part of Hunter's
  plan to attract Bush supporters."
      -- Conan O'Brien

Subject: tobacco

When I was in basic training 40 years ago, our incentive for passing our ten day inspection was
"smokes, cokes, and jokes."  How many GI's have became addicted to tobacco after joining the service?

It seems that the service is a major recruiting grounds for the future of the tobacco companies.
How many veterans lose their lives to smoking related cancers and heart disease?
I would venture to guess that more GI's have died due to smoking than actual warfare.
 Ray A

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U.S. troop deaths climbing in Iraq


Over the past six months, American troops have died in Iraq at the highest rate since the war began,
offering proof that that Bush's bloody quagmire is becoming increasingly dangerous for U.S. forces even
after more than four years of fighting. From October 2006 through last month, 532 American soldiers
were killed, the most during any six-month period of the war. March also marked the first time that the
U.S. military suffered four straight months of 80 or more fatalities. April, with at least 58 service members
killed through Monday, is on pace to be one of the deadliest months of the conflict for American forces.

Isn't every day "Virginia Tech Day" in Iraq?
How many months in a row can thousands of car bombs explode?
How can anyone retain their sanity in a city like that?

I didn't know this was coming when I wrote that:

Iraq Has Two Virginia Techs Every Day


I keep hearing that the "situation is improving" in Iraq. The horrific shootings at Virginia Tech should give us a
baseline for what the Iraqis are actually living through. They have two Virginia Tech-style attacks every single day.
We Americans can so easily, with a shudder, imagine the college student trying to barricade himself behind a door
against the armed madman without. But can we put ourselves in the place of Iraqi students?

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Subject: Reed, the lacrosse player

Did you see Reed Seligman, the Duke lacrosse player on the Today Show yesterday?
He was fabulous.

In essence what he said was, if this could happen to me, a white person of privilege, think of all
the poor folks who can't afford a good legal defense, and who are sitting in jail wrongly accused.

Boy talk about compassion. I was just so impressed by this kid.
 Mary AM

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You're a Monster, Mr. President


Each day it becomes clearer what a great national shame is the presidency of George W. Bush.
Whether it's the illegal, incompetent, dishonest prosecution of the war in Iraq - where a member of
the "freely elected government" we're so darned proud of just led a protest of thousands against U.S.
presence and regularly incites, if not commits, violence against troops; where the most visible result
of the "Surge" has been a suicide bombing inside parliament - or the silly defense of an Attorney General
who promotes torture and lies (yes, it's documented: lies) to Congress, it is now undeniable that our
country is being led by a soulless, self-adoring crook who cares nothing about average citizens,
American history, or the rule of law.

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Subject: Who's the Monkey?


Bart, how come you put my e-mail under the category "Monkey Mail"?
I'm the same woman who wrote to you last year to bitch about that other asshole, Mike Malloy.

How can you pass that up?

Study: Daily Show viewers smartest
 FOX Whore viewers the most mal-informed


I read this story in USWhore Today and they didn't mention The Daily Show or FOX Whore News.
I guess this is part of the cover-up.  If people see that FOX is lying and Jon Stewart is truthful,
they might turn to the truth and that wouldn't help Bush so they buried those facts, the bastards.


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Subject: the V-Tech shootings

My father had asked me if I could take the day off because he needed me to drive him into Roanoke
to pick up his new car.  He ordered the BMW months ago and was anxious to get it.  As we dove
out of town we saw a swarm of police and emergency vehicles tearing past in the opposite direction.

"What's that all about, d'ya think?' was my fathers query.

We were under weather advisory for high winds and my thought was that it might have been an
auto accident caused by the strong gusts.  It was about five minutes after that the radio reported
a killing at the West Ambler Johnson dorm.

We had picked up the car and were shopping in Circuit City when the tragic number jumped
from 1 to 21.  On our drive home it soared to over 30 with many injured.

My niece attends the university and lives in the dorms.  We heard from my sister that she was safe.

My father works in Norris Hall.  He was relieved to find out that his close friends were safe,
it will remain to be seen if he knows a victim. I had been called and offered a substitute position
that morning and begged off.  If I hadn't taken the day and been available to go to Roanoke,
my father would have likely gone to campus.

Bush says that the second amendment is practically a commandment.
Those 31 students might have disagreed, we'll never know.
 Joel from Blacksburg

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Ann Coulter dating J.J. Walker?


Gay-bashing beyotch Ann Coulter arrived to the TV Land Awards
with Good Times star Jimmie "JJ" Walker. Dyn-O-WHAT?!!!

If you've ever seen Jimmie Walker on a talk show, you know he's almost
as much a Fascist dog as Mrs. Brady Bunch, Florence Henderson.
Flo is more Nazi than J.J., begging to have Ken Starr's love child in 1998.

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Subject: yesterday's Monkey mail

That Monkey wrote:

> "I guess in today's America, if you're black, there ain't shit you can't get away with."

Except maybe driving in Oklahoma, dating a white girl, or voting in Florida.
 Lowell CS

Lowell, why do you hate white people?

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"We have to look at what happened here, but it doesn't change my views on the Second Amendment,
  except to make sure that these kinds of weapons don't fall into the hands of bad people. I believe in
  the constitutional right that everyone has to carry a weapon."
    -- John "Baghdad is safe" McCain,  Link

There's a big difference between owning a gun and carrying one.
I'm generally near a gun, but I don't take it in the grocery store with me.

But talking about guns this week is like talking abortion
with a women who's breast-feeding her baby.

Bush actually said something that wasn't totally stupid Wednesday.
Bush actually said something that wasn't totally stupid Wednesday.

He said, as best I can remember. "There will be a vigorous debate on gun policy soon
- how could we not have that with 32 people dead - but let's not have that debate today,"

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Tenet to Tell All?
 His book will hurt Cheney, Monkey


The drums have begun sounding for the long-awaited book by former CIA director George Tenet,
in which he gives his take on pre-9/11 days and on Saddam's huge cache of WMDs.

And the drums are saying that Tenet is not going to get too many Christmas cards from Cheney
after he reads "At the Center of the Storm."   Some people, like Paul Wolfowitz and Douglas Feith
might also get some heartburn.

Colin Powell comes out fine.
Super-Sleazy Rice doesn't come out so fine. Not fine at all.

Subject: yesterday's Monkey mail

Did you mean to put Maynard in Monkey Mail, or was that an editing mistake?
His comments seemed spot-on to me, and weren't screamed at you.

It's OK to disagree with Sharpton, but "greasy" is not a good word to use
when referring to a person of color.

And by the way, "Hymietown" is 19 years old, but you watch:
When Jesse Jackson dies, the whore media's first sentence will be.
"Jesse Jackson, who refered to New York as 'Hymietown,' died today."

What's the statute of limitations on one-time verbal mistakes?

Ronald Reagan announced his run for president in Philadelphia, Mississippi.

To quote TIME Whore Magazine,
"As a young congressman, Trent Lott was among those who urged Reagan to deliver his first
major campaign speech in Philadelphia, Mississippi, where three civil rights workers were murdered
in one of the 1960s' ugliest cases of racist violence. It was a ringing declaration of his support for
"states' rights" - code for resistance to black advances clearly understood by white Southern voters."

Reagan signaled his ringing declaration for disliking black people,
but Sharpton and Jackson get stuck with the "racist" label.

Maybe if the GOP was less into honoring the lynching of blacks,
people like Jackson and Sharpton would be able to calm down a little.

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Subject: Imus

Am I the only liberal that thinks Don Imus should not have been fired?

No, I think that's the logical liberal position.
When I first heard it, I didn't think it was much of a story.
I was surprised when the story continued to build and gain momentum.

Yeah, he is a crazy right wing fuck (who actually does give decent interviews) who says a bigoted things.
I think he happened to say this on a slow news day, and he got called out on this one.  We have freedom
of speech, but that means nothing if you don't defend it for the douchebag Don Imus's of the world.

I agree.
Recently I said when you read or hear the language most Americans use,
that tells you you're probably getting uncensored talk and ideas.

We need crazy fucks like Imus in a free society so we are constantly forced to re-evaluate our opinions.

Freedom of speech is one of the pet concepts of modern liberalism.   With some exceptions,
I generally don't believe that people should lose their jobs for saying crazy, stupid shit.
Capitalism is the new censorship.
 David in Durango

Imus's biggest problem is he works for NBC and has "respectable" people on his show.
To some degree, NBC called those girls "nappy headed hos" and advertisers stayed away in droves.

Odd Fact:
If we can trust Reuters (Can we? I don't remember them being Cock Central in 1998)
they say Halle Berry is shaving her head to star in a film titled "Nappily Ever After."

You know me - never looking for a fight - but either "nappy" is an insult or it's not.
If it's not, all Imus has to apologize for is the "Hos," which he couldn't have meant literally.

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Halliburton Leaves Iran


Halliburton said that its subsidiary that does business in Iran had completed all its commitments
and was no longer working in the country. In January 2005, the company, once (?) led by Cheney,
said that it would not accept new work in Iran but that it would complete existing contracts there.

American companies are forbidden under United States law from doing business in Iran, but when has
the law ever stopped a thug like Dick Cheney?  Halliburton claims that its operations in Iran, handled
through a Dubai office, were legal because they were isolated from American operations and management.

Oh, so THAT'S how Cheney sold Iran oil field equipment when doing business with them was illegal.
He hired middlemen so he could semi-honestly say, "*I* didn't do business with terrorists."

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Subject: You were right!

Hey Bart you were right.  I was wrong!  If those children down in Virginia had been packing
then that homicidal manic would have been stopped and 32 people wouldn't have been murdered.

I don't like it when people bark at me.
But I understand that your grief and your rage are fucking with your logic.
Try to remember - I didn't shoot anybody.

Yes sir, I'm man enough to admit when I'm wrong.  More guns are the answer not less.
In fact, the government should demand that everyone with a pulse should have a gun.

You're walking farther down a dead end path.
Why not stop now and save yourself the time & energy?

There were probably 150 million guns in America before I was born.
That's as much my fault as Original Sin.

Do you live in a fantasy America were there aren't 200 million guns?
Barking at me does nothing to further a "no guns" agenda.

I'm now going out to vote for John McCain who said he stands by Second Amendment rights,
just as long as guns don't get into the hands of bad people.  Way to go John!  That's the kind
of leadership and clear thinking I've come to expect from an American politician.


I withheld your name because you're not thinking clearly.

Gun owners are NOT going to give up their guns.
You can't wave a wand and make America gun-free and safe.
Play the hand you have, not the hand you wish you had.

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9-11: The French knew and told the CIA


These secret services chronicles about al-Qaeda raise many questions. And at first, a surprise:
The high number of notes devoted exclusively to al-Qaeda's threats against the United States,
months before the suicide attacks in New York and Washington. Nine whole reports on that
subject between September 2000 and August 2001, including a five-page summary entitled,
"Airplane Hijacking Plans by Radical Islamists," and dated ... January 5, 2001!  Eight months
9-11, the DGSE reports therein tactical discussions conducted between Osama and the Taliban
from the beginning of 2000 on the subject of hijacking American commercial airliners.

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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...

3,305....3,311 American victims

6 more since Monday

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

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.

Impeachment: A Duty, Not an Option
 by Carla Binion

George W. Bush and Dick Cheney deceived Congress and the American people into supporting
their unlawful invasion of Iraq.  Their abuse of power continues.  They should be impeached, not for
partisan reasons, but to maintain our constitutional system and to deter future leaders from abusing power.

Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. discussed Richard Nixon's expansion and abuse of presidential power in
"The Imperial Presidency." Schlesinger said the question of impeachment "was more than whether
Congress and the people wanted to deal with the particular iniquities of the Nixon administration.
It was whether they wished to rein in the runaway Presidency."

Today's runaway Presidency is far from reined in. Bush and Cheney are emboldened by the fact that
they've managed to get away with the high crime of lying to Congress in order to dupe the nation into war.
They keep escalating the conflict, peddling the same distortions and propaganda they've used all along.

Bush and Cheney function as kings. This isn't what America's founders had in mind.

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Subject: The Duke 3

Bart, WTF is all this comparing the Duke 3 to the Rutgers women
and then saying one is worse like the other doesn't matter?

They were connected by race and time. There's nothing wrong with comparing events.
If I get 90 days in jail for spitting on the sidewalk and you get probation for stealing a car,
I'm going to compare those two to demonstrate my unfair sentence.

Is it now okay to love and excuse Mussolini because Hitler and Stalin were so much worse?

I say no.

Both events were despicable, and yes the rape accusations were worse,
but that doesn't excuse racism on the public airwaves.

I haven't heard much of Imus (He puts me to sleep) but his off-the-cuff racist comments
have little in common with a crazy prosecutor railroading three innocent men for a year.

While we are comparing and contrasting these separate and unrelated events,
we should note that the basketball item was purely recreational and the lacrosse episode
was a complete failure of a district attorney to correctly perform his job.

The district attorney had Bush's problem: He was so far in, he couldn't get out.
He was in so deep, he wasn't able to admit he was wrong and the Duke 3 suffered for it.

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