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Quote of the Day

"The enemy we face is fearless. They're mean. 
  They know new -- they know new -- they know no 
  boundaries of civilization. They kill to impose their will."
   -- Bush, explaining that the biggest difference between him
       and Osama is that Osama can speak clearly,   Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Bush's New Clothes 
Billions in Stolen Oil 
The Gipper is Dead 
Canadian gas gouging
Poor, poor Gonzales
Obama attacks Bush 
Dowd hates Everyone
Pentagon Censors 
Amanda Bynes Clothes 



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"Government can't put love in your heart. But what we can do
   is when you find love and find the drive, we can help put it in action." 
     -- America's Mass Murderer, talking about love,   Link

Bush makes VT's Cho look like a beginner when it comes to mass murder.
Over a year ago a study by Johns Hopkins University said that Bush's greed
had likely killed 600,000 Iraqis, which Bush dismissed as "a guess" and the 
whore media backed him up 100 percent because that's their job.

Meanwhile, the rest of the world gets uncensored news,
making America the most hated and feared country on Earth.

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Bush's New Clothes
 by Inez Hollander, Ph.D.

Seven years after my naturalization I still have my U.S. passport but my love for this country has diminished a bit. 
This is not so much because of Bush, the war in Iraq or the fabrication of false intelligence, however disturbing. 
It is what takes place in the cells at Guantanamo Bay and God knows wherever else America's dirty war keeps 
its terrorist suspects.

Amnesty International said: "Shaker Aamer, a UK resident, has been held in Camp Echo continuously since 
September 2005 and, aas of August 2006, had not been outside for 64 consecutive days. He has reportedly 
suffered beatings and harassment by guards."

Back in Java in 1943, the Japanese realized that kicking and hitting with sticks was only marginally successful. 
They would soon switch to electric shocks while hanging victims by their arms for hours.

The few American "bad apples" at Abu Ghraib liked to use electricity, too, and the hooded black scarecrow 
figure with arms outstretched has haunted the American public ever since the picture was released.

  George Bush's Amerikkka

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Billions in Stolen Oil
 Are they really going to state the obvious?


Between 100,000 and 300,000 barrels a day of Iraq's declared oil production over the past four years
is unaccounted for and could have been siphoned off through corruption or smuggling, according to a
draft American government report.   At $50 $65 a barrel, the discrepancy is $5 million to $15 million daily.

That's crazy math and I'll tell you why:
The only people who know how much oil is being pumped are the people stealing it.
Whoever did this "audit" got their figures from Bush's cronies.

...unless you think a team of auditors drove around Iraq in Jeeps taking measurements.

No, that didn't happen so all these numbers are "Bush supplied."
They're covering all bets and laying the groundwork for the future.

If they get caught "big time," they'll say, "Our own audits showed some oil was missing
so there's no neeed to go over old ground again. It was hectic - there was a war going on."

The findings are sure to reinforce longstanding suspicions that smugglers,
insurgents and corrupt officials control significant parts of the country's oil industry.

The smugglers stole that crude oil, because they have smuggler refineries, smuggler tankers
and smuggler pipelines, not to mention millions of smuggler gas stations.

The insurgents stole that crude oil, because they have insurgent refineries, insurgent tankers
and insurgent pipelines, not to mention insurgent gas stations.

The corrupt Iraqi officials stole that crude oil, because they have corrupt official refineries,
corrupt official tankers and corrupt official pipelines, not to mention corrupt Iraqi gas stations.

So the BFEE starts out with, "There's no crime here," and they're backup plan is,
"IF there was a crime here, somebody other than the people with the refineries,
  tankers, pipelines and millions of gas stations must have stolen that crude oil."

These oil men, with unlimted money and power teamed up with Halliburton to legally rape Iraq.

First, Cheney illegally sold Saddam oil field equipment so he could upgrade his pumping capacity.
Then they invaded and used the majority of troops to stand guard while Halliburton built the new
pipeline to Kuwait.  At the same time they installed state-of-the-art oil pumps that run non-stop 24/7.

Remember in the early days - all the looting and ransacking?
Our soldiers were guaring the Ministry of Oil and Bush's precious new pipeline.

Cheney stole 300,000 barrels a day?
Don't make me laugh.
Why invade an oil-rich nation if you're not going to aggressively steal the oil?

One expert says they could be pumping 10M barrels every day - that's $650M per day.
Where is all that money going?
What are the official US Government figures on this 3500-dead-soldiers question?

$650M per day makes Exxon profits look tiny by comparison.

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Subject: your anti-Bush, anti-war site

I am a US Marine Lance Corporal, one who will be deploying next year in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. 
I have not less than one friend deploying this year and several friends who have been deployed one or more times.

You've been sold an idea that is false.
Remember "We're going there to stop the WMDs from hitting us?"
Remember "We're going there to spread freedom?"
Turns out that was all bullshit - haven't you heard?

Someone is stealing 200 million dollars a day in Iraq - who do you think they are?

My response to your site - you guys are disgusting, disrespectful people. 

No, I'm a patriotic American who knows more about this war than you do.
Bush's greed and idiocy has killed 3400 of your brothers - that's OK with you?

There may be a few that have come home and are bitter, 

There are tens of thousands of amputees and brain-injured troops - you don't know that?
You make it sound like only "a few" have been affected by this never-ending quagmire.

...but so long as we do have members of the armed forces out in Iraq, stop crying.

Ain't no crying here.

No one cares, stop posting that disrespectful crap on the internet. 

You should be thankful that a few of us are fighting these monsters.
You realize the whole world hates us, right?
Do you realize Bush is the best recruiter Al Qaeda has?

My fellow marines are fighting so that you can run your disgusting mouths.

No, your fellow Marines are dying to take Halliburton stock from $4 to over $80, counting the stock split.
If you're going to risk your life, you really should have a clue why.

Cheney has 433,000 shares of Halliburton stock.
Multiply 433,000 by 20 and you'll see why they started this fake war.

As for your insults towards the Commander in Chief, if the people of this country didn't think 
he was doing his job WHY THE FUCK DID THEY RE-ELECT HIM? 

Two reasons:
Kerry ran the worst campaign in recent memory and Ohio's Sec of State, Ken Blackwell, 
was Bush's Ohio campaign chairman and he came thru for Bush in 2004 the same way 
Katherine Harris came thru in Florida in 2000.

That's my point - you have no idea what happened then or now,
but I'll bet you hate Clinton because he had sex.

He is the president, stop crying and get over it, shut your mouth and move on.
 K Orb, USMC

I hope you don't come back from Iraq at night, landing at Dover AFB.
Good luck over there.

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Rove Suppressed 2004 Vote
 That's a crime - but who cares?

Only weeks before last year's pivotal midterm elections, the White House urged the Justice Department 
to pursue "voter-fraud" allegations against Democrats in three battleground states, a high-ranking Justice 
official has told congressional investigators.

In two instances in October 2006, Rove, or his deputies passed the allegations on to Gonzales' then-chief of staff, 
Kyle Sampson. These and similar allegations make increasingly plain why Rove and the White House are going 
to such tremendous lengths to block his testimony under oath.

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"We've got loads of terrific investigative reporters in America, but gutless editors. So the suck-ups 
 to power get the choice posts. Think of the punishment inflicted for the crime of investigative reporting. 
 Seymour Hersh told me he was forced out of the New York Times and Bob Parry, the guy who busted 
 open the Iran-Contra story, was pushed out of the (whore) AP. On the other hand, Bob Woodward, 
 with his journalistic tongue up Bush's rectum, is doing just fine." 
   -- Greg Palast,   Link

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Subject: Hillary again

Yeah, it's about the cash, moron. 
It's not your support for the's the grotesque things you say to justify it.

I have no idea what you tried to say.

That Marine made more sense than you.

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Poor, poor Gonzales
Republicans, too dense to see the damage he's inflicting
express sympathy for the attorney general's ordeal.
  by Joe Conason


If the House Judiciary Committee session Thursday starring Alberto Gonzales produced few revelations 
about the suspicious dismissal of eight (or nine or more) U.S. attorneys, the hearing did clarify a critical 
political reality. No matter how discredited he is -- and no matter how much damage he continues to 
inflict on the Justice Department -- this attorney general will not resign. 

What the six-hour hearing established most clearly is that most Republicans remain united behind Gonzales 
despite the clear evidence of his incompetence, dishonesty and contempt for Congress as an institution. 
Unlike their counterparts in the Senate, none of the Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee even 
posed a sharp question to him, let alone urged his resignation. Instead they acted in partisan lockstep, 
expressing sympathy for the poor attorney general's ordeal, pretending that there is no scandal and 
no stonewall, and insisting that the investigation should end. 

Gonzales, like Katrina, is a great reminder how stupid and corrupt these monkeys are.
Each month Gonzales hangs around probably gives the democrats two more seats in the House.

Our next president if going to have a veto-proof majority in both houses.

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"Being a Republican means that you're motivating generals to retire so that they can do commercials 
  pointing out your war policy sucks more than Dick Morris in a room full of Brit Hume's toes." 
      -- Cliff Schecter,

Damn, I wish I could write good like that. 

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Subject: Cut & run, that's Tony Blair

I think the reason that Tony Blair is resigning is that he can see that the Iraq war is about to melt down
and he wants to be out of there so that it doesn't happen while he is in charge. If Bush wants the war to
not fail while he is president then maybe he should do what Blair is doing - resign before Iraq melts down.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.,

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Canadian gas gouging
 They're screwing the whole world

Canadians are being gouged at the gas pumps, paying in excess of 15 cents a litre more
for gasoline than justified by costs and historic petroleum industry profit margins.

The Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives says it examined gasoline prices before and after Katrina
and found that the rules of the game for pricing gasoline at the pump had changed overnight.

Mackenzie argues that events such as Katrina and the recent disruptions at oil refineries may give
producers an excuse to raise prices, they cannot justify the hefty increases on the basis of costs.

"The crude oil that ends up in our tanks today doesn't cost one cent more to produce today
than it did in 2001 when the pump price was less than 60 cents a litre," the report says.

So why don't the Democrats put some oil bastards under oath, subpoena their books and
ask them why they should be allowed to gouge us to the tune of $75,000 profit per minute?

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Clashing Quotes

"Rove, furious that Republican moderates had divulged a confrontation they had with Bush, 
  started yesterday with an angry conversation with the meeting's organizer, Rep. Kirk (R-Ill.).
  Dan Meyer, the White House's chief lobbyist, called the other participants to express the 
  administration's unhappiness." 
      -- Jonathan Weisman,   WaHoPo

"Kirk and the others expressed displeasure to the president. They expressed frustration. 
The president understands that. He's right there with them on that. Discussions like this are OK. 
They're good to have. And that's why the president was very happy to have them at the White House." 
    --Dana Perino, on how happy Bush was to be slapped around,   Link

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Obama attacks Bush
 They love him in Kansas City

Calling for an end to the war, Obama spoke in Kansas City Saturday. In his first campaign visit here, 
he spoke to more than 1,500 people, hitting hard on the war, health insurance and the president.

"The day that this president steps down, the entire world will breath a sigh of relief," he said, attacking Bush.

 "After half a trillion dollars spent and after 3,400 lives lost of our bravest young men and women, thousands more 
wounded, legs severed, nerves shattered, it is time for us to bring this war to a close, "This war is a bad idea," 
Obama said to a roar of applause.

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Subject: Paris/Hillary

Bart, you wrote:

> that Hilton woman, the one who makes people Hillary-mad

It's amazing how much hatred Paris Hilton inspires in Americans. 
I may just be a dirty old man, but I see a really good-looking girl who likes to party. 

Your vision is good.

I just don't see the big negative there.  It does remind me of how much some people hate Hillary. 
I think it must be a power thing. Paris has power because of her money and her looks. 
Hillary has power because of her brains. A lot of Americans don't like any woman having power, 
no matter how they come about it.
 Dan L

Don't forget the jealousy factor.
The tabloids will pay $100,000 for a cell phone picture of Paris on a jail toilet.
Worse - they'll pay that much to any inmate who kicks her ass and talks about it.

I don't think it's an exaggeration to say her life is in danger.
She's more hated than a child-molesting priest, and you know what happens to them.

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Why I Hate Blair's replacement
 by Maureen Dowd, who hates everyone


Growing fearful that he would inherit a bankrupt franchise, Grumpy gave Blair a shove out of Downing Street. 
Grumpy let Blair take the lead 13 years ago, believing Tony would hand off power to him eventually. While Brown 
felt intellectually superior, he knew his media skills were wanting. They still are. 

He got an uninspiring £100 haircut, which was "lost on everyone," as one reporter dryly put it. Arriving for a photo-op 
at a supporter's home, the door slammed and locked on him, leaving him ringing the bell as cameras rolled. Once inside, 
he tried to talk to a blond little girl, but initially she froze him out. During his big speech, a teleprompter obscured his face, 
and he faded into a bland beige background.

Dowd doesn't know a thing about Britain's new Prime Minister, but it's so easy for her to write about him
because she hates everyone. It doesn't matter if you've helped Bush kill hundreds of thousands of people
or if you're a bit dry on live TV, she'll hate you with equal gusto because whores like her are paid to hate.

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Subject: dying bees


The bees are dying because of Genetically Modified crops. 
The bees get pollen from GM corn and die. 

Here is an article that describes what is happening.

I'm sure Bush prayed about this, so there's no need to worry.

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Bush winks at the Queen
 Cowboy Monkey embarrasses America again


Oh, he tried. He really did.

Bush managed to come off as a yokel during the Queen's visit. He stumbled over dates in his speech, 
adding two centuries to her age by indicating that she'd visited the U.S. in 1776 rather than 1976.
And then he winked at her as though she were a waitress at the IHOP, then he referred to her as his mother.

I'm not a fan of formality, except for when the queen of England comes to visit. I mean ... damn. 
Besides not being known for her sense of humor, the queen is beloved by most of England, 
a country that hangs on social rules and all things uptight. 

At least he didn't try to give the queen an unsolicited rubdown, as he did with German Chancellor Merkel,
who violently shrugged Bush's hands off her shoulders with an alarmed look on her face that said, 
"Eww! He's touching me!" The German press called the rebuff "Bush's Love Attack on Merkel!"

I wonder if Bush lifted his leg and farted for the Queen...

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Subject: a reason not to vote for Hillary

Newscorp donated money to her. 
That means she takes money from the enemy of Journalism, Fox news.

1 Citigroup Inc  $322,460
2 Goldman Sachs  $279,640
3 Time Warner  $222,290
4 JP Morgan Chase & Co  $174,075
5 Metropolitan Life  $167,600

You might have a point. Maybe she shouild run one of those campaigns 
where she won't accept donations from anybody higher than $50.

Nothing would make the Republicans happier. 

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Pentagon blocks MySpace, YouTube
 Our soldiers can't handle the truth?

Soldiers serving overseas will lose some of their online links to friends and loved ones back home
under a cowardly Department of Defense policy that takes effect today.

The Defense Department will begin blocking access "worldwide" to YouTube, MySpace and 11 other 
popular Web sites, according to a memo sent Friday by Gen. B.B. Bell.  The policy is being implemented 
to protect information and reduce drag on the department's networks, lied Bell.

"This recreational traffic impacts our official DoD network and bandwidth ability, while posing a 
significant operational security challenge," the bastard said with as straight face.

Odd how these soldiers are old enough to go to Iraq and die for Halliburton profits, 
but a little Freedom of the Press is too dangerous for them, so they must be "protected"
like a twelve year old boy searching for pictures of Pamela Anderson.

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The Gipper is Dead
 by Frank Rich


At the GOP debate, the row of 10 middle-aged white candidates, David Letterman said, 
looked like "guys waiting to tee off at a restricted country club."   The candidates mentioned 
Reagan's name 19 times, the current White House occupant's once. 

It could be argued that the Iraq fiasco masks the magnitude of the destruction this presidency 
has visited both on the country in general and the G.O.P. in particular.

We have seen corruption, incompetence, and contracting or cronyism scandals in these cabinet departments: 
Defense, Education, Justice, Interior, Homeland Security, Veterans Affairs, Health and Human Services, 
and Housing and Urban Development. I am not counting State, whose deputy secretary, a champion of 
abstinence-based international AIDS funding, resigned last month in a prostitution scandal, or the General 
Services Administration, now being investigated for possibly steering federal favors to Republican Congressional 
candidates in 2006. Or the Office of Management and Budget, whose chief procurement officer was sentenced 
to prison in the Abramoff fallout. I will, however, toss in a figure that reveals the sheer depth of the overall 
malfeasance: no fewer than four inspectors general, the official watchdogs charged with investigating
improprieties in each department, are themselves under investigation simultaneously - an all-time record.

That's our Bush - setting records for incompetence and corruption every day he's in office.

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Oil Profits - Why soldiers died
 Can't get news like this from American whore press

So was this what the Iraq war was fought for, after all? As the number of US soldiers killed since the invasion
rockets past 3400, and Bush gambles with 30,000 more troops, The Independent on Sunday has learnt that the 
Iraqi government is about to push through a law giving Western oil companies the right to exploit the country's 
massive oil reserves. Now, unnoticed by most amid the furore over civil war in Iraq and Saddam's hanging, 
the new oil law is almost ready to present to Bush's crooked Iraq cabinet and then the crooked parliament. 
Under the Cheney-written law, oil majors such as BP and Shell in Britain, and Exxon and Chevron in the US, 
would be able to sign deals of up to 30 years to extract Iraq's oil.

Real Iraqis would never consent to let Americans steal their oil, but they are Bush cronies.
And remember, Bush is stealing all that oil legally because BIG OIL is writing "the law."

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Subject: Iraqi Oil, stealing US Soldier's votes

Dear Bart, I thought this was very interesting:  Link

About 10 minutes in, see Greg Palast talk about 500 of Karl Rove's E-mails that he received by mistake. 
He also talks about disenfranchising US soldier's votes, Iraqi oil, and other topics that the US news media will not report.

Best regards,

Dan, thanks.
Greg Palast is almost always right :)

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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...

3,386....3,398 American victims

12 more families destroyed by Bush greed.

...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.

 $100M a day,
$200M a day,
$300M a day - where's that money going?

Bush has killed more Americans than Osama.


"A few months ago, Giulliani beat and McCain beat or tied all Democratic comers.
 Iin this week's poll, Giuliani loses to Clinton by 3 percent and to Obama by 7 percent. 
 McCain loses worse, respectively, by 6 percent, 10 percent and 13 percent. 
 These shocking shifts demonstrate is the virtual collapse of the Republican brand appeal 
  in the face of the continuing bad news from Iraq." 
   -- Tony Blankley, who, far as I can see, didn't tell any lies - a first,   Link

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Last night's Sopranos was probably the (superlative) TV show since the final M*A*S*H.
When in TV history has a big, important series given us an episode like that?

I've been whining about the lack of movement, the petty, bullshit kid's problems,
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I couldn't believe my lying eyes - how about you?

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