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Thursday  April 19, 2007  Vol 1964 - Spanky & Jelly

Quote of the Day

"It's very difficult to protect from 
  a person that became deranged."
     -- Bush - talking about himself?  Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Bush misled GOP 
GOP blames VT victims 
Bush on Gun Control 
Poker nannies vs Vets 
Iraq's Deadliest Day 
Imus Agonistes 
Will Dems Cave Again? 
Feds raid Doolittle 
Alizee, cute & French 

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"Imagine that this kind of massacre happened (twice) every day. Imagine a police force that was
far too small to even respond to most of them. Imagine this occurring repeatedly for years until the
perpetrators and their accomplices became the de facto power-brokers. Imagine the shootings also
being accompanied by the brutal torture of victims. Imagine families never having finality on whether
their own siblings or parents or children have been murdered or not.  This is Iraq today. Now think of
the justified rage many feel at the VT campus police chief and university president for misjudgments.
Now imagine them presiding over several more massacres in the same place. Ask yourself: why do we
not feel as enraged by Iraq? Are those victims not human beings too? Are they not children and mothers
and fathers and sons? Are we not ultimately responsible for them, having destroyed the institutions
of order in their country?"
     -- Andrew Sullivan,   Link

I'm not sure the rage against the VT cops is justified.
VT is the size of a small city, 25,000 students or so
and I think I heard they have 10,000 employees, too.

It's easy, after the 32 were murdered to ask, "Why didn't they do more at the time?"

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GOP Senators Misled on Prosecutor
  by Richard Fricker

The Bush administration fed Republican senators misleading talking points that hailed the prosecutorial
experience of interim Little Rock U.S. Attorney J. Timothy Griffin, although the protégé of White House
political adviser Karl Rove appears never to have actually tried a criminal case.

The Justice Department and White House sent talking points and other info to Congress stressing Griffin's
"significant experience as a federal prosecutor at both the Department of Justice and as a military prosecutor."
Republican senators then echoed those assessments of Griffin as a seasoned professional.

But an examination of Griffin's record as a prosecutor reveals a much less impressive body of experience,
with no indication that Griffin ever took a criminal case to trial either as a civilian or a military prosecutor.

Think how effective the Democrats could be if they had the balls to list the facts.
If they just had a half-ounce of will-to-win they might be undefeated.

But no.
They are content to surrender their lunch money to the bully every single day of their lives.

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GOP blames VTech victims
 by Michelle Malkin, liar and whore


Is it too early to ask: "What if just one student had been in lawful possession
of a concealed weapon for the purpose of self-defense?"

No, it's too stupid to ask.
About a decade ago, I wrote about this in a back issue.

Let's say a Wal-Mart has 300 shoppers one day and 20 percent of them are carrying.
Someone on Aisle 2 accidentally fires a shot from a rifle he's buying.
Then someone on Aisle 3 figures it's a robbery so he pulls his gun to shoot the guy on Aisle 2.
But someone on Aisle 5 hears shots, sees the guy on Aisle 3 and drops him.
Then someone on Aisle 7 sees the Aisle 5 guy shooting so he drops him.

Soon, you'd have 60 people with guns, all shooting for 60 crazy reasons.

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Subject: that ass

Bart, my head almost exploded when I saw Gin W. Blossom running over to Virginia Tech
to spew his bilge at the memorial service.  This is the same a**hole who has attended exactly
ZERO memorial services/funerals for the soldiers killed in Iraq.

He's calling for flag to be at half-staff, but won't let us acknowledge soldier's deaths
with pictures of flag-draped coffins in the mass media.  Is it just me?
How can any relative of a soldier be okay with that?
How can ANY American be okay with that?

Trudi, many soldiers are willing to sacrifice their lives for Halliburton and Bush.
Many parents are willing to donate 1, 2, 3 kids, however many Bush wants.

...but they hate Clinton.

Bush on Gun Control


Bush made his philosophy clear: 'I believe law-abiding citizens ought to be able to own a gun.
I believe in background checks at gun shows or anywhere to make sure that guns don't get in
the hands of people that shouldn't have them. But the best way to protect our citizens from guns
is to prosecute those who commit crimes with guns Neighborhoods are safer when we
crack down on people who commit crimes with guns.'"

So, after Cho murders 31 people, "crack down" on his dead ass?
How does that prevent a single shooting - those people are still dead.

Cho didn't even have to pay for his gun.
He put it on his VISA knowing he'd be dead before the bill came.

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"Don Imus was fired because he was critical of Hillary.
"This is an election year. Clinton Inc.,
  You get on their case, they're going to take you out."
      -- Rush, explaining how the Clintons wiped out Nazi radio all by themselves

Subject: guns 


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Statement by the NRA:
The NRA joins the entire country in expressing our
deepest condolences to the families, yadda, yadda, yadda...
Want to buy a gun?

Only the names change...


"By the desensitising standards of routine American gun violence, the shootings at Virginia Tech
were shocking only in their scale. Over more than 20 years, Americans have got grimly used to a
ritual that plays out on the cable news every few months. The initial news is sketchy, reports of shots
fired at a campus or in a schoolyard. Then, the first confused images of students running terrified from
classrooms, black-clothed Swat teams gingerly pressing into doorways; the press conference in which
some dazed school principal or university president mutters the first incomplete details, with casualty
estimates and emergency phone numbers for worried relatives to call."

...and there's nothing we can do to stop it.
It's going to happen again and again, each shooter learning tactics from the last.
The next shooting will certainly involve chained doors, to make the body count higher.

The gun nuts will say everyone should carry a gun to drop a crazed shooter if it happens,
but then every bump in the hall could mean guns are drawn and shots are fired.

Crying won't help you, praying won't do you no good.

April 18th, Iraq's Deadliest Day


April 18, 2007: Officials report 233 people killed or found dead across Iraq.
At least 183 of those are killed when four large bombs explode in mainly Shiite locations of Baghdad.

March 29, 2007: At least 179 people are killed, including 104 by multiple suicide bombers in Khalis.

March 27, 2007: At least 198 people are reported killed or found dead. Truck bombs hit markets in
Tal Afar, killing at least 152 people, while another 46 Iraqis are also killed or found dead.

March 6, 2007: Officials report 194 deaths, including 120 by two suicide bombers in Hillah.

But our lying president says things are getting better.
Insane McCain bet his presidency on peace in Baghdad.
Rudy the beauty queen agrees - Baghdad is a wonderful place to shop.


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"He never spoke to me, he was always quiet.
  Who could've known he's cause such damage, that idiot."
    -- Cho's aunt, thru an interpreter on CNN

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Subject: gun suggestion

Two  suggestions: 1) Limit the magazine capacity of all firearms to a  maximum of 6 rounds and
2) Outlaw weapons with detachable magazines.   Although a mass killing would still be possible,
these limitations would make such an event vastly harder for a killer to achieve.  The  reloading of
a non detachable magazine (or a revolver) is much slower  taking , taking 10 seconds or more rather
than the 1 to 2 seconds  required to replace the clip in a modern semi auto pistol.

And, due to the low capacity of ammunition, the reloading process would be much more frequent.
These additional seconds would allow the potential victims to escape or fight back.

These new laws would not limit the ability of any law abiding gun owner to fully pursue
their lawful activities: hunting, target and  recreational shooting, self protection.

I like your idea in general, but the argument against that goes like this:
Say your kids are playing in the backyard and you hear screaming.

You look out and see a pack of dogs attacking your kids.
You grab the gun and get between the kids and the dogs and start shooting.
You're nervous, so only half the shots hit and there is still a threat.

They're going to say, "Don't tell me how much protection for my family is enough.' "

Lastly, who could make such gun laws happen?
Who could resist the wrath of the NRA?
Who could use this issue to build a legacy?
Only George Bush.
 Bill in Atlanta

ha ha

Stop it!
When has Bush ever done anything that didn't put money in his pocket?

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Imus Agonistes

Don Imus' firing is being described as a turning point in what the public will accept from radio hosts.

Take Sean Hannity, on whose show the WMD in Iraq have long ago been found, and where stem cell
research is equivalent to abetting homicide, on a world that is 5800 years old, where George W. Bush is
a wise and trusted leader who came to the presidency after a heroic stint in our armed forces, where he
absorbed the wisdom and bravery to save us all from the "terrorists" who he tricked into all going to Iraq
so we can "fight them there rather than fighting them here," but only until we train the Iraqi army "to stand up
so we can stand down."

On Hannity's show and so many others, Bush's "signing statements" insure our liberty by terminating it.

Good point.
We should go after the liars as well as the racists.

If the Democrats had any will to win (Should I bother to finish this sentence?) they would pay
people to record and refute every lie from Rush, Haniity, O'Reilly etc, but they don't.
They don't do that because Mr. Rove might not like it and it's all about pleasing him.

How did I get in a party of spineless quitters and losers?

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Subject: GOP crooks

Dear Bart,

Ever since der monkey announced he was running for president, I have received never ending supply
of propaganda snail mails from the neocons, all requesting money, especially from Doolittle who is
supposed to be the representative for my area.

I have written and called them repeatedly to take my name off their mailing lists and they just ignored me.

Two weeks ago I allowed myself the great pleasure of calling Doo-nothing's office and telling them I
wouldn't vote for a Repuglican again ever, even if the only other candidate were Osama himself and if
I got any more of their junk mail I would sue for harassment!  (condensed)  LOL

Needless to say the article below gives me the greatest of pleasure, as does every investigation
into the thieving and criminal activities of these lawless, amoral "Family Values" hypocrites.
 Kerry & Kalliope

Feds raid Doolittle's Home


The FBI searched the Virginia home of Rep. John Doolittle (R-Calif.) last Friday in its investigation into ties
between the congressman and his wife, Julie, and Jack Abramoff.

The search took place three days before his former chief of staff, Kevin Ring, abruptly resigned from his
lobbying firm Monday. Ring left Doolittle's office to work for Abramoff at the law firm Greenberg Traurig
and may have played a role in Abramoff's decision to hire Julie Doolittle's consulting firm. After the Abramoff
scandal broke, Ring went to work for the lobbying firm, Barnes and Thornburg.

Doolittle came within three percentage points of losing his election in November after facing months of scrutiny
over his relationship with Abramoff, who is in jail for an array of crimes.

Doolittle has refused to return an estimated $50,000 he received from Abramoff clients.  Abramoff personally
donated $14,000 to Doolittle's congressional campaigns.  Doolittle also used Abramoff's luxury sports box
for a fundraiser without initially reporting it to the Federal Election Commission.

Looks like this crook will be toast in 2008.

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"All of us are confronted with disappointments and tragedies.
  I can't imagine what it would be like to lose a child."
    -- Dubya, after sending 3300 soldiers to an early grave,Link

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Subject: gun talk


You're right.  Bushiekins was not an absolute moron for once.  
This is NOT the time for a fair, logical and reasoned debate about gun control.  
I say this as a very strong supporter of very strict control laws.  

The reason is simple: no law passed in the passion of fear of the moment will stand the test of time 
and worse, such laws are always vague and poorly thought out (like the Patriot Act) and ultimately 
undermine the freedoms and equality that are all that The US has that make it better than a dictatorship.

--joe in Japan 

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Sharpton in charge


Democratic presidential contenders are scrambling for support in what's being dubbed the Al Sharpton primary.
The high-profile Sharpton, fresh from the fight over Don Imus' derogatory remarks, is attracting all the party's
major candidates this week for his annual National Action Network convention.

The solid attendance - starting with John Edwards on Wednesday and continuing with Hillary and Obama
later this week - reflects Sharpton's prominence in the party, concern that he might run again and the
Democrats' effort to appeal to the base, particularly black voters.

No wonder the event was being called the Sharpton primary.

I'm surprised how many Democrats dislike or openly hate Sharpton.
Some people call him and Jesse Jackson publicity whores, but in case after case,
nothing gets done until they get involved and bring attention to some problem.

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"I've been accused of vulgarity.  That's bullshit."
    -- Mel Brooks

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Poker nannies target Veterans
 Why can't they mind their own damn business?

Two veterans organizations' posts were raided for alleged illegal gambling last weekend in Far East Dallas.

Police busted a poker operation at the AmVets Post No. 106 Friday night, Dallas police said.

The following night, police said, they broke up poker games at the Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1837.

Poker operations are illegal "when the house takes a cut from the pot, as opposed to you having a
friendly poker game at your house," Lt. Smith said. "The money paid in should be the same amount paid out,"
and the poker games should be in a private setting.


Ever try to get a poker game going at your house?
You'd need to have about 40 poker friends because most people
can't be at a certain place at a certain time to get a game going.

A poker game is like band practice.
On Monday, everybody can make it but the drummer.
On Tuesday, everybody can make it but the singer.
Online poker works because millions want to play.

Besides, the House isn't stealing that money - everyone agrees to it.
Plus, that 10 percent pays for security, waitresses, beer, cokes and pizza etc.

I guess there's no crime at all in Dallas if the po-lice have time to raid poker games
played by veterans who risked their lives for the "freedom" they're not getting in Dallas.

Once again, religious insanity rules the world.
God hates it when people have a good time - so they must be stopped.

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Extra stupid Dem Quotes

"In many ways, he is our national chaplain."
     -- Leon Panetta, Bill Clinton's chief of staff, on Dubya,  Link

"It's important for the country to see the one person they decided on
  as a leader out front and speaking for them in moments like this."
    -- Joe Lockhart, Bill Clinton's press secretary,  Link

 Bush is a shill for the NRA.
 He should have been too ashamed to visit that memorial service.
 But he can always count on the Democrats to back him up.
 After all, their job is to be fair...

 God, I need a drink...

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Subject: Another Imusism?

Bart, would  Imus now call the Korean killer a straight-headed Cho? 

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Subject: madmen

Everyone is shocked and outraged by a madman that killed 32 people.
Where is the outrage when a madman kills more than 600,000 people?
 Patrick C


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If only...

Will Dems Cave Again?
 by Ray McGovern

On CBS's "Face the Nation" on Sunday, Cheney could barely suppress a smirk in expressing confidence
that the Democrats will cave in and, as he put it, "not leave America's fighting forces in harm's way without
the resources they need to defend themselves."

And yes, he went on to reassure viewers - against all evidence to the contrary - "We are making progress."

While our corporate media remain allergic to analyzing the administration's true intentions, Democrats cannot
fail to see the White House game for what it is. Will they be frightened into acquiescing in the certain deaths
of 1,000 to 1,500 more American troops already "in harm's way," and the wounding of several times that
number - not to mention the mounting casualties among Iraqis?

It appears they will.

Betting on Democrats to cave in isn't gambling.
When you gamble, there's a chance you'll lose.

Democrats always cave in, even when they have 70% of the voters behind 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...

3,311....3,315 American victims

4 more since uesterday

...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.

Cattle Call 2008
 by Kos

It's time to rank the candidates. My rankings are based on where I think they would place
if the elections started today, using a mix of poll results, CW, media attention, buzz, and other intangibles.

Last month's results: 1) Clinton, 2) Obama, 3) Edwards, 4) Richardson, and the rest.

Hmmm, Hillary went from less than one percent (when she was 25 points ahead)
to a favorite now that Obama is hot on her tail?

Maybe all that money Hillary threw at Kos changed his mind.
Kos gets $9000 a week for his top ad and Hillary bought a boatload of weeks.

$9000 a week just for one ad.

Let me ask you, reader:
If, say, Huckabee's camp offered to give you $90,000
would you agree to say he was the favorite to be president?

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Subject: got the CDs

Bart, I just received your CD's.  I ran into the house as though
Dire Straits had just cut some new wax.  AND NOT DISAPPOINTED!

If there was a "just" Supreme Cloud would be knocking down 22 Mil a year
and FatBoy would be manager of a Moe's Southwestern Grill.
 Wayne in Georgia

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