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Thursday May 17, 2007  Vol 1979 - Poundhog Day

Quote of the Day

"A CBS poll puts public support for Bush 
  at 24 percent, Nixonian levels at the peak 
  of the Watergate scandal." 
     -- Scott Horton,  Bush at 24 Percent


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
War: Going, Going...
All hail Der Monkey 
In God's Navy? 
Faith-Based Fraud
Beware of Murdoch 
Punished for Bungling 
GOP turns on Gonzo 
Veronica Mars Gone
Kristen Kreuk on TV

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"That's a good question.  All I know is what the price of defeat is." 
    -- Tony Blair, when asked what "victory" in Iraq meant,  Link

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The Iraq War: Going, Going, ...
 by Robert Parry

How should we interpret the extraordinary fact that Bush couldn't convince a single retired four-star general 
to sign up as the new "war czar,"  - and finally had to settle for an three-star general who opposed Bush's "surge?"

After an embarrassing failure to convince at least five former generals to take the job, Bush finally gave the 
"war czar" role to Army Lt. Gen. Douglas Lute, a known critic of Bush's troop escalation in Iraq.

Though Bush insists that he's "a commander guy" who follows the advice of experienced generals, the appointment 
of Lute belies Bush's claim.  Bush overruled the two field commanders in ordering the "surge."

Why in the wild, wild world of sports would this Lute guy take the job everyone else turned down?
Did Bush give him a secret, multi-million dollar bonus? Wouldn't you rather be the chicken strangler
at Campbell's Soup than the guy in charge of Bush's bloody and deadly quagmire?

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All hail Der Monkey
   by Sid Blumenthal

Loyalty has always been the alpha and omega of Bush's presidency. But all the forms of allegiance 
that have bound together his administration -- political, ideological and personal -- are being shredded, 
leaving only blind loyalty. Bush has surrounded himself with loyalists, who fervently pledged their fealty, 
enforced the loyalty of others and sought to make loyal converts. Now Bush's long downfall is descending 
into a series of revenge tragedies in which the characters are helpless against the furies of their misplaced 
loyalties and betrayals. The stage is being strewn with hacked corpses -- on Monday, ir was McNulty; 
imminently, it's Wolfowitz; tomorrow, whoever remains trapped on the ghost ship of state. As the individual 
tragedies unfold, Bush's royal robes unravel.

"I'll get even with all of them!"

ha ha
It couldn't happen to a meaner Murder Monkey..

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Subject: only one thing matters

Bart,  I've been a daily reader since early 1999, back when you were still RLLNW.

I hate to see pillars go away because they disagree with your support of Hillary.
I'm not terribly enthusiastic about any of the candidates, and I'm not interested in
making Mrs. Sen. Clinton "grovel" for voting like everybody else in the Senate.

I know you're a pragmatist (oops, sorry, that's "realistic and sensible" for the under-70 IQ crowd).
You go with the person you think can win. I'm sure you've gone over this, but I've smoked a lot of
God's flowers and can't remember; why are you so confident Hillary can win?

Thanks for all the laffs since 1999,

I don't know - I can't explain it but I just love her to death.
(just kidding)

Bill said what saved their marriage was she hated them more than she hated him.
When they sent the FBI to go thru her underwear drawer, that really pissed her off,
and I'm hoping she's half the ice-cold, calculating bitch her detractors say she is.
She's the anti-Kerry.  Knock her down 500 times, she'll get up 500 times and attack.

Plus, she's got the best campaign manager ever, and a Clinton victory would signal
to the whole world, even the Osama-types, that America was back to the way it was
before Bush's oil greed turned us into the most hated country on the planet.

...but an Obama or Edwards victory would be better for me, personally.

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Navy vet: Chaplains tried converting me
 They attack when you're most vulnerable

Navy veteran David Miller said that when he checked into the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Iowa City, 
he didn't realize he would get a hard sell for Christian fundamentalism along with treatment for his kidney stones.

Miller, 46, an Orthodox Jew, said he was repeatedly proselytized by hospital chaplains and staff in attempts
to convert him to Christianity during three hospitalizations over the past two years.

He said the institution permeated by government sponsorship of fundamentalist Christianity and 
unconstitutional discrimination against Jews.  The hospital's chaplains and staff, Miller said, have the 
attitude that you either accept Jesus Christ as your personal savior and you are saved, or you are damned.

Forced religious insanity should be (and probably is) a crime.
People need to be exposed to science and logic, not superstitious idiocy.

Sick people don't need to "Prepare to meet the angels," because that's horseshit.
A shot of Chinaco for David Miller for blowing the whistle on those insecure sneakjobs.

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"We make God mad. I really believe that the pagans, the abortionists, the feminists, 
  and the gays and the lesbians, the ACLU, People For the American Way -- all of them --
  I point the finger in their face and say 'you helped this happen.' " 
   -- Falwell, (R-Room temperature) at the height of his insanity,  Link

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Subject: Hillary apology

Bart Dude,  why do you keep bashing your head against a wall trying to make the Hillary haters see your point?

When Hillary said, "If we knew then what we know now..." that tells it like it is.
Back in 2002 when Congress voted to authorize force if needed, Congress did not know.
At least not 110% beyond a shadow of a doubt. All they knew was what they were told,
as did we Americans when we were also lied to.

If the Hillary haters would rather have Rudy as president by not supporting our Democrats
then they all deserve the "Monkey Mail" treatment or the dreaded Bartcop boot up their...

Sussex, WI

I think you're right.
But we operate on very thin ice here at the Tequila Treehouse
and those who really, really dislike Hillary vote with their wallets.

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U.S. officers punished over kidnap, deaths of troops in Iraq
 Which time? There have been a few of these...


Three U.S. soldiers slaughtered in a grisly kidnapping-murder plot last June had been left alone 
for up to 36 hours in a poorly planned mission. Two officers have been relieved of their commands. 

A report said the platoon leader and company commander - whose names were not released - failed to 
provide proper supervision to the unit or enforce military standards.  Iraqi security forces near the soldiers' 
outpost probably saw the attack and "chose to not become an active participant in the attack on either side."

Why are they keeping their names secret?  Their negligence got men killed
If they'd received oral sex, their pictures would be all over every news channel.

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Subject: hating Paris/Hillary

I don't understand the hate for these two either and there does seem  to be a parallel.
I can't explain it.  I normally can't work up any  hate for anyone that hasn't affected my life.

But I'll disagree with  you about Puss Largebaugh. He's partly responsible for the mess were in now
by virtue of spreading his propaganda to the rubes. And suffering no consequences for it.
Yes the rubes have responsibility for buying it, but they are rubes after all.

 Jim T

I can understand women hating Paris because she's young, thin, pretty and rich,
but why would a guy hate a girl like that?  It doesn't make a lot of sense.

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Bush's surge in last throes

Bush, the corporate-owned press, Republican propaganda radio and Fox News (one and the same) 
and every rank-and-file GOP Bush supporter can say what they will, but one thing is clear:  Bush's latest 
Iraq 'surge' is failing and Der Monkey admitted as much on national television. Oh, he didn't come right out 
and say, "My surge is failing" - matter of fact he didn't call it his surge at is now "General Petraeus' Plan" 
and therein is the proof of just how badly Bush's surge is going...he's no longer calling it HIS plan.

Great point - and he's right.
Bush has always been about claiming credit for what works, which is nothing in his administration,
and pointing blame at others when his plans fail, which is inevitable because he's a crooked moron.

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Subject: BCR 116 Part 2 beatdown


Loved loved loved the venomous bitch-slapping of that Michael Del-what's-his-name fucker in #116.
You most certainly did not get "a little carried away" and there was no need for the self-deprecating
comments at the beginning of #117--that this show was gonna be "fun" and "not like that last one".


You should choose another LIAR, THIEF, WHORE and FRAUD every show for the same treatment.
If it's too goddamned exhausting, just go for 10 minutes or so, what the hell.
That's what I call some hammering!

Jeff in Chicago

I had the time of my life doing that.
But without an audience or feedback it's hard to tell how it's being received.

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"I got cars, ...I got guitars ...and I got guns.
  Be nice to my daughter ...and you'll only see the first two."
   -- Billy Gibbons (ZZ Top) to his about-to-be son-in-law on last night's Bones

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Subject: that pesky war vote

Bart, you wrote:

> But they were unable to convince a single senator to stand up,
> so I'm guesing the proof wasn't as cut-and-dried 'clear' as some claim.

HOW DARE YOU!?!  The late Senator Paul Wellstone stood up and said NO.
To say that no senator saw through the facade is to ignore facts, and to disgrace the courage
Wellstone had to be the only Democrat facing a tough re-election who voted against Bush's aggression.
You should not forget that someone did have the foresight, brains, and balls to stand up and say "BULLSHIT".

Now, all the Hillary-haters are just killing their own party - I agree with that.
I think she's our best chance and we need to rally behind her.

Luke, calm down. I don't know enough about the timing, but I'm saying
Wellstone didn't stand up when it came to a filibuster - no Democrat did.

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Subject: BCR 116 Part 2 beatdown


That beatdown on #116 had me CRYING with laughter. And as a fellow atheist, 
it's SO refreshing to hear another person talk so openly and honestly about the logic-defying 
craziness of believing in magic invisible omnipotent cloud spirits. Thanks for that.

Bob in SC

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Subject: Hillary


I plainly do not get it - "it" being the endless, brutish, ignorant tirades against Hillary,
or ANY Democratic front-runner, especially coming from the left.

It is so obvious:  Elect a Democrat and defeat the Republicans.
That's a simple concept, with no hidden meanings, messages or agendas.
Elect a Democrat and defeat the Republicans.

If I was King, I'd tell every Democrat to vote for the Democratic front-runner, whomever it  might be.
Then, with the Republicans defeated, everyone could resume their business. Would life then be perfect?
No, but the Republicans would be defeated.

I just do not get it. But, like my hero Bill Hicks, I'm a dreamer.
And available for children's parties too.
 Charles E

Charles, well put, but our left wing doesn't see it that way. I've printed dozens of e-mails
from leftys who say they'd rather lose than give up their purity.
They say the DLC is owned by the Bush family and both parties are the same.

The Republicans don't have this problem - their goal is to win.

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Falwell, Faith-Based Fraud
  by Christopher Hitchens


The discovery Falwell's carcass has almost zero significance, except perhaps for two categories of the species 
labeled "credulous idiot." The first such category consists of those who expected Falwell (and themselves) to be 
bodily raptured out of the biosphere and assumed into the heavens, leaving pilotless planes and driverless trucks wiith 
their innocent victims as collateral damage. This group is so stupid and uncultured that it may perhaps be forgiven. 
It is so far "left behind" that almost its only pleasure is to gloat at the idea of others being abandoned in the same condition. 

The second such category is of slightly more importance, because Falwell proved, almost every week, that there is 
no vileness that cannot be freely uttered by a man whose name is prefaced with the word Reverend. Try this: Call a 
TV station and tell them that the Antichrist is already on earth and is an adult Jewish male. See how far you get. 
Then try the same thing and add that you are the Rev. Jim-Bob Vermin. "Why, Reverend, come right on the show!" 
What a fool Don Imus was. If he had paid the paltry few bucks to make himself a certified clergyman, he could be 
jeering and sneering to the present hour.

I've never liked Hitchens, mostly because of his absurd, illogical and unfounded assertion that
our best president ever was "a rapist" because some clown in Arkansas wanted to get famous.
Like a lot of people, he saw dollar signs in his impeachment and he dove right in that pile of cash.

But Hitchens is real big on religio-frauds, so that makes him somewhat of an ally.

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Subject: Paris Hilton

Okay hold up.  I just read something on your site that leads me
to believe you're somewhat against Paris' 45 day sentence?

That's hard to answer.
She deserves to be punished for sure, but as far as I know, she'll by far be the 
most famous person to ever be in the Los Angeles jail and that makes her a target.

The tabloids might pay a million dollars, maybe more, for the right photo, and I think it would
be a shame if she paid for her probation violation with her life, or her front teeth or whatever.

If that's the case, I am compelled to ask what is it about Paris Hilton that makes her 
above jailtime for a probation violation?

Paris is one of the two most hated women in America.
What I'm against is the extreme fun that people are having anticipating her destruction.
I'm not sure what she's done to deserve this Timothy McVeigh level of hatred. 

If some inmate gets hold of a piece of glass or metal and carves "whore" into her face,
a lot of people will laugh and say she deserved it - that puzzles me.

Are we now to weep and cry over every case that involves the defendant blatantly defying 
the very simple rules of probation? 
 Greg S

Did you really intend to ask that question?

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Subject: Falwell's in a better place

With the passing of Reverend Jerry Falwell a lot of people are saying a lot of different things.
Some people really liked him. Some people really hated him. But in this time of reflection on his life
I think one thing that everyone can agree on is that Jerry Falwell is in a better place.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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"Wolfowitz's record of favoritism, ideological blinders, massive blunders and petty vindictiveness has 
inflicted profound harm on two of the world's great bureaucracies, the Defense Department and the 
World Bank. He has left both with thousands of demoralized employees (And 3400 dead soldiers)
and imposed on both irrational policies that pandered to the far right of the Republican Party. He has,
in addition, played a central role in destabilizing the Middle East and in leaving one of its major 
countries in ruins. Many of his Himalayan-size errors were enabled by his careful placing of close 
friends and allies in key and lucrative positions. In the end, his career suffered remarkably little
from his substantive policy mistakes. But once he moved beyond the forgiving world of high 
Republican Party politics, his dependence on cronyism finally caught up with him. That he ran into 
such trouble at the World Bank for behaving in ways that apparently were business as usual for him
at the Department of Defense only underlines how corrupt the Bush administration really is." 
    -- Juan Cole on Paul Wolfowitz,   Link

Who can argue with that?
Have you ever seen such a mess?

"There goes my eye again.
 It twitches when I lie and 
 when I'm in big trouble."

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Who knew She had a sense of humor?

Beware of Murdoch
 by Joe Conason

While Rupert Murdoch is as conscious of his image as any other legendary villain, he also seems to possess 
a sense of humor -- or at least somebody around him does. Early in his ongoing bid to take over Dow Jones 
Publishing and The Wall Street Journal, a spokesman for Mr. Murdoch said that the media mogul would reassure 
those who may fear for the paper's independence and integrity with all of the "necessary promises."

"Necessary promises" is a phrase that Mr. Murdoch could utter, at this late date, only with a leering wink. 
To read that marvelous euphemism was to laugh, horrifying as the prospect of a Murdoch Journal undoubtedly is.
After decades of observing the old buccaneer and his deceptions, we know -- and, of course, he knows we know
-- that "necessary promises" are not the kind that will be honored. They merely serve as a temporary gloss covering 
the sellout of journalistic ideals to Mammon, the company also known as News Corp."

The Whore Street Journal's editorial page already seems like it's produced by FOX News,
so there's not much change to be had there, but what will a super whore do to Dow Jones Publishing?

Years ago, I got a thing in the mail saying, "Try the Whore Street Journal for four weeks for free,"
so I signed up. But when it arrived, it was just the vulgar Pigboy's hate show with ink. I called to cancel
before the 4 weeks was up and they made the mistake of asking why.

I told them I could get Nazi hate for free, so paying for it would be crazy and the guy sighed and said,
"Yeah, I hear that from a lot of people."

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"May Jerry Falwell never meet a god so cruel as that which he had envisioned." 
    -- theunapologeticmexican, Link

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Subject: BCR 116 - your debate with Randi

Bart I think you were absolutely correct in your "debate" with Randi. 

One thing you didn't mention was the bomb that Durbin dropped a week (or so) ago 
concerning the lack of "congruence" between what the intelligence agencies were telling 
the intelligence committee before the war AND what the administration was telling the public. 

IMHO Durbin, Graham, et al were bigger knobs than most because
they were hearing the truth, yet not publicizing it. 
 Bob A

I'm not familiar with the Durbin bomb (under time pressure here) but we talked about that.
Even if Durbin, Graham, Hillary etc knew something and couldn't legally speak out,
they could've said, "I'm on the intelligence committee so I can't speak freely,
but trust me when I say this invasion is wrong, wrong, wrong and must be stopped."

Nobody did that.

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Spector denies killing actress 


Phil Spector, now on trial for murder, asserted in a 2005 home video interview that the Lana Clarkson 
was standing when a gun was fired in her mouth and that he is too short to have done it. 

The video also showed Spector offering $100,000 to unnamed women to take a lie detector test to 
prove their claims that Spector threatened them with guns.

"The deceased, who was standing when she took her own life and she was 5-11, or 6 feet 2 with heels on, 
and the gun was in a downward position," said Spector as he spoke from a chair in his mansion.

"I am 5 foot 5. It would have been physically impossible for me to have administered the death wound
to her in any shape, way or form," he said in rambling, run-on statements.

Lots of rockers have said Specter pulled a gun on them.
I think three women have already testified that he pulled a gun on them.

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Subject: Now you tell us

Bart, I noticed you named the closing song on BCR 117 in response to a review. 
But I asked you some time back to please provide a list of the music used on each show 
because it's SO DAMN GOOD and I don't have a clue how to buy any of it! 

Would you consider this little bit of extra work for the sake of your listeners and the artists 
who contribute so much to your show? I'd be so grateful, and I bet others would like it too. 

Why don't you link up to iTunes or something? Don't they pay you a few pennies like 
Amazon if they sell music based on your recommendation?
 Joanne from Wisconsin

Joanne, if I know the song I'll tell you who and what it is.
When Tommy produced the show he was mysteriously tight-lipped about that.

We're looking into the iTunes thing.
We have a show or three on their now, older shows for free.
Maybe we can work out a current show for a fee thing.

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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...

3,398....3,401 American victims

3 more families destroyed by Bush greed.
6 if you count the families of the kidnapped.

...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.

"I know what I'm doing..."

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

Bush has killed more Americans than Osama.

CW cancels 'Veronica Mars' 


That's sad because as good as everybody on that show was, they'll never be that good again.
Maybe the writers will go to work for 24 and plug those Texas-sized logic loopholes.

Ever notice when Jack needs backup, it's always 30 minutes away?
Why do helicopters fly so slowly in Los Angeles?

And the last show, when the spy pressured blondie to have sex , the spy asks, 
"What?  You're not in the mood?" Why didn't she think to say, 
"LA was nuked this morning, asshole - sorry if I'm not hot to trot."

But no, they can't think on 24  because the writers are the worst on TV.
Hell, maybe 24  is a comedy and I just look at it wrong.

Their last Veronica Mars is Tuesday, a two-hour finale where somebody 
secretly tapes Veronica and her boyfriend having sex and putting it on the Intertubes.

A shot of Chinaco to one of the best shows on TV.

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GOP to Tortureboy: Drop Dead

Nebraska Sen. Chuck Hagel became the fourth Republican senator to call for Gonzales' resignation.
Republicans who have urged his ouster include Sens. John Sununu, Tom Coburn, John McCain 
and House GOP Conference Chairman Adam Putnam, R-Fla.

Sen. Pat Roberts said Gonzales should consider stepping down, as did Arlen Specter Gordon Smith.

But Bush keeps clinging onto to Tortureboy like he clings to his bloody quagmire.
Keep it up, Monkey.  You're losing 1-2 approval points a week, so stay the course 
and bring down the entire Republican Party.  You bastards deserve it.

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Kristen Kreuk, Lex Luthor's wife 


Tonight on the WB, Lana (Kristin Kreuk) tells Lex their marriage is over.

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