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Friday  June 15, 2007  Vol 1995 - Botched

by Bruce Yurgil

Quote of the Day

"What I'm saying is, in September you'll 
  have an opportunity to have metrics."
   -- Tony Snow, saying Bush's September
        report card on Iraq will be delayed,  Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Our Fragile Republic
Lie Hard with a Vengeance 
Bushed Military 
Hamas defeats Fatah 
Faithful Hate Bush, too 
Sept. Song and Dance 
Paying for Bush's sins
Hillary strong in Texas 
Keira Knightley in Venice 



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"The terrorists are going to set off a bomb every day because 
  they know CNN and MSNBC are going to put it on the air."  
     -- Bill O'Reilly, on why Fox News hardly mentions Bush's bloody quagmire, Link

 Gee, Bill, if you ignore the poor, will they go away?
 How about hurricane damages? 
 Can we turn our backs on that, too?

 Is that why FOX is wall-to-wall Paris Hilton and Anna Nicole Smith?
 So people can forget about this?


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America's Fragile Republic 
 by Robert Parry

By a two-to-one margin, a federal appeals court has repudiated Bush's right to snatch a civilian off the streets 
of America and hold the person indefinitely without trial. But the makeup of the three-judge panel was a fluke, 
with two Clinton appointees comprising the majority.

The proportion of Republican appointees to Democrats on the full U.S. Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia,
is the opposite, eight-to-four Republican. So, the Bush administration retains high hopes that the full court will 
agree to review the case of Ali al-Marri and grant the President the authority he wants.

The case, which tests the limits of Bush's claims to "plenary" - or unlimited - powers as Commander in Chief, 
eventually is expected to reach the U.S. Supreme Court where Bush has four of nine justices solidly in his corner
- Chief Justice Roberts and Associate Justices Scalia, Thomas and Alito.

 "We allowed Bush to stack the high court with crazy (but loyal)
   ass-kissers because we don't have half a sac amongst us."

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Lie Hard with a Vengeance

In the first six years of the Bush presidency the administration's ideological nucleus -- a tribe of humorless 
conservative revolutionaries led by Cheney and including Wolfowitz, Perle, Feith and Abrams -- racked up 
a startling record in matters of official policy. From their juking of the case for the Iraq War to their 
Jacobin-esque purges within the government's intelligence apparatus to their paranoid and sometimes 
criminal fragging of political enemies great and minor, the neoconservatives working for George Bush 
botched virtually every important move they made in the last six years.

Despite the walloping defeat of the Republicans in the 2006 midterm elections, the clowns are once again 
spilling out of the Volkswagen. Lately the neocons seem to be all over the public airwaves, and not as the 
targets of purgative public flogging or tarring ceremonies, but as the subjects of serious interviews, with 
respected journalists treating them like real human beings with real opinions. Even worse, a few are still in 
office, and appear to be cooking up a last-minute encore before the curtain finally comes down in '08.

As long as the American whore media echoes every lie,
and as long as the Democrats remain silent, evil will continue.

What happened to our serious journalists?


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Subject: Gatemouth Brown/fried chickem

I ordered the CD & I copied your recipe. 

I liked your reference to who's timer that was about the chicken floating. 
Damn, God sure knows how to time chicken!   SHE is brilliant!
 Danny Detroit

Note: The chicken is done when it starts to float - ergo it's God's timer.

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"These killers hope that their attacks like this one will create enough confusion and chaos 
  that we will abandon this young democracy. I call on Iraqis to reject this provocation."  
    -- Dubya, calling on Iraqis to 'reject' up to 1,100 acts of violence per day,

"Thank you, Meester Boosh.
 That's great advice..."

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Bushed Military

Courting the soldier vote during the 2000 presidential campaign, the candidate made this promise: 
"Help is on the way." Throughout the 1990s, Republicans had regularly lambasted Clinton for misusing 
America's military and for failing to show soldiers proper respect. Electing Bush was supposed to fix that.
The strategy paid off:  the absentee votes of soldiers helped Bush carry Florida and claim the Oval Office. 

Granted, Bush never passes up the chance to pose with the troops or express his warm regard for those 
who serve and sacrifice. But to judge by results rather than posturing, no commander in chief in American 
history has cared less about the overall health of America's Armed Forces.  Bush will hand over to his 
successor an Army and Marine Corps that are badly depleted and verging on exhaustion. The real surge is 
not the one that involves sending more U.S. troops to Baghdad. It is the tidal wave of unsustainable demands 
that are now engulfing America's ground forces.

When military families sign up the second and third sons, aren't they voting with their feet?
Why do military families volunteer when it's obvious that Bush's bloody quagmire is lost?
Every new recruit is saying, "Stay the course, Mr President - we're with you!"

If this war ever ends, THEN the military families will speak up - when it's too late.
If the military families are going thru the hell we think they are, why remain silent and 
encourage thousands more young men to sign up to become amputees or to fill coffins?

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"It is an act of desperation by an increasingly beleaguered enemy seeking to 
  obstruct the peaceful political and economic development of a democratic Iraq." 
    --Ambassador Crocker and Gen. Petraeus on another day in Bush's Paradise,  Link

 I don't care if it's the third act of Romeo and Juliet.
 How is three dead soldiers a day making the situation any better?

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Subject: underscore vs dash

when al gore invented the internet "underscoring" was the prevalent method of coding, 
i have no idea why.
but like all stupid things, it became common in spite of the drawbacks. 
a huge problem with underscoring is typing a hyperlink and the 
underscore gets lost in the automatic underline that takes place.
like this example:
you do not see the underscore even though it is there. 
this causes all kids of headaches when people try to retype the address.
your ohio pal.

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Subject: nice letter about hating Paris


Plus we have a chance to clear the air...

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Hamas defeats Bush's Fatah
 Another massive Bush failure in the MidEast


Five years ago this month, Bush laid out a vision for the Middle East that included Israel and a state 
called Palestine living together in peace. "I call on the Palestinian people to elect new leaders, leaders not 
compromised by terror," the simpleton declared. The takeover this week of the Gaza Strip by the Hamas 
militant group dedicated to the elimination of Israel demonstrates how much that vision has failed to materialize, 
in part because of actions taken (or not taken) by Bush. The United States championed Israel's departure 
from the Gaza Strip as a first step toward peace and then pressed both Israelis and Palestinians to schedule 
legislative elections, which Hamas unexpectedly won. Now Hamas is the unchallenged power in Gaza.

In his last summer in office, Clinton got all parties close to to agreement to a peace plan at Camp David,
but the BFEE asked for and got meetings where they told all sides that if they waited until Bush won,
they'd get a much better deal.  I mean, why sign up for peace now when you can always have peace later?

So they followed the BFEE advice and when Bush got in office, he was "hands off."
Bush said, "They'll have peace on their timetable, not ours." and he washed his hands of it. 

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Bratty Bush

Held over


"The involvement of the White House's political operation in this project, including Sara Taylor 
  and her boss Karl Rove, has been confirmed by information gathered by congressional committees. 
  Some at the White House may hope to thwart our constitutional oversight efforts by locking the 
  doors and closing the curtains, but we will keep asking until we get to the truth."  
     -- Pat Leahy, (D-Rubber stamp turned ...bulldog?)   Link

 Call me a dreamer...

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Subject: Rush comment

Bart, you published:

> "What in the world is it that recommends this woman
>   to be president other than her last name?"
>       -- Piggy Piggy Limbaugh
> Rush, she speaks in complete sentences that make sense.
> What recommends Bush to be president besides his last name?

Just wandering if you could give me some complete sentences that she has said that makes any sense?
When the Socialist Clinton's speak they never made any sense to me so i need evidence 
which I'm so sure that you can produce because of your imminent and all knowing wisdom.

Please tell me soon because i need it for a thesis I'm writing.

Dee, is January 20th, 2009 soon enough?

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Subject: Mike Malloy!

As Mike Malloy said on his show last night....
"Hillary is not a liberal, she is not a progressive --- 
Forget what Hillary says or what people say about her ---
Look at her voting record ---
Pro war --- check
Pro Tax cut --- check
Pro torture --- check
Pro corporation --- check
Anti choice --- check
Anti privacy rights --- check
Anti Gay marriage --- check
Anti immigrants --- check
Anti working class --- check
Anti unions --- check
Anti environment --- check
That's why true progressives hate her."
And I suppose it explains where your politics lie, Malloy is correct of course 
and we know a progressive like John Edwards can just as easily be elected...
Which is not very difficult against those extreme right Republican stiffs that are running.
Al B
Humboldt County

Al, if Edwards fails to win the nimination, Ol' Bart won't be the reason why.
If Democrtic primary voters prefer Hillary, should we abanodon one man, one vote?
I say no.

Making an allegation and then saying "Check" constitutes less-than-perfect evidence.
Mike sees negatives when he looks at Hillary - that's his right.

I look at the Republicans and think our side would do a better job
so I'll support whoever our side decides to send into battle.

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September Song and Dance
 Did anybody trust them to keep their word?


Remember how we were told that if we just waited until the fall, we'd see that Bush's "surge" was working?
Well, now it turns out that we shouldn't expect answers in September after all.  Tony Snow was purposeful 
on Wednesday in stomping, trampling, tap-dancing upon and otherwise giving a definitive beat-down to any 
expectations of a serious, fact-based reassessment of Iraq policy in the fall. Never mind that the White House 
raised those expectations in the first place.

The September scenario has been a rhetorical mainstay for the administration and its supporters, a major 
argument for ignoring all the bad news from Iraq and giving Bush's troop escalation a chance to work. 
Let's wait for Gen. Petraeus, the man who's now running the war, to submit his progress report. 
At that point, went the White House argument, the "way forward" would become clear.

The fog of war seems to have closed back in. 

They're stealing perhaps $300M a day.
Saying, "We need another 200 days" means "We want to steal another $60 billion."

They have a printing press that shoots out sheets of million dollar bills every day.
This printing press uses soldier blood for ink, which is OK with Bush, because...

As long as the military families are willing to supply the ink, who thinks these 
heartless crook/bastards will ever say, "We've stolen enough - let's end this war?"

Oil men can't get enough - no matter how many hundreds of billions of dollars they steal.

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Hillary strong in Texas


Republicans who think Hillary atop the ticket would help GOP fortunes in Texas next year 
might want to reconsider, according to a new poll.  She leads Obama among Texas Democrats 
and would pose a surprisingly strong challenge to a Republican in the 2008 presidential contest, the poll finds.
The survey found that Mrs. Clinton is virtually tied among Texas voters with McCain and Cross-dresser Rudy.

"People say if Clinton is at the top of ticket, in Texas it will be another big year for Republicans," said Daron Shaw, 
a Univ of Texas professor and director of the Texas Lyceum Poll.  "That doesn't seem to be true."

Maybe Texas women like her, but don't want to argue with their caveman husband about it.
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Paris pays for Bush's sins
  by Will Durst

Oh sure, I get the whole schadenfreude thing. Our fascination with the train wreck of supercilious celebrity. 
Build them up to tear them down. It was cumulative. Year after year of exposure to her pirouetting down 
the runways of the world, collecting obscene amounts of cash for supplying a face to smug. Perfecting the 
art of being famous for being famous. (My, this is such a clever writer - I never heard that phrase before...)
My theory: part of this gleeful piling-on can be traced to our built up frustration with Dubyah. We've got 
blue balls for accountability and are kicking this poor poodle of a person as a Presidential proxy.

News anchors couldn't hide their delight: "Ha ha, rich girl. Welcome to the real world." 
Which they are familiar with how?

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Subject: Eliminate Toll Booths to reduce Global Warming

These days everyone talks about ways to reduce carbon emissions to fight global warming. One simple way 
to cut carbon emissions is to eliminate toll roads and toll bridges. Toll collection requires people sit in traffic 
with their engines running generating useless smog while waiting in line to pay a tax. If these tolls were 
eliminated then millions of tons of greenhouse gases would not be dumped into the air we breathe and it 
would reduce our need to buy Arab oil and avoid gas shortages that drive up prices.

A toll is a tax with a high cost to the environment. If we must pay a tax then we should raise the tax on 
gasoline to make up the difference. A gasoline tax doesn't require that we sit in traffic with our engines 
running to pay the tax. If we are going to fight global warming then we need to make changes in a carbon 
friendly way. So lets close down those toll booths before the ice caps melt and it's too late.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

Along those same lines - why can't cities synchronize their damn stop lights?

In Tulsa, you get stopped at the red light at 41 St going north on Memorial Drive.
Then you stop at 39th, the south side of Highway 51.
Then you stop at the north side of Highway 51.
Then you stop at 35th Street for Tulsa Jr College.
Then you stop at 33rd Street for Hotel Row.
Then you stop at 31st Street - a huge intersection.
Then you stop at 29th, the south side of Interstate 44.
Then you stop at the north side of Interstate 44.
Then you stop at 27th Street for a housing addition.


In a mile and a half you have to stop nine times - that's crazy.
And let's not pretend that this is serious rocket science.

If they just turned every north-south light green for 2 minutes,
we could drive from 46th Street north to 21st Street and pass all nine red lights.

Buit no - there's nobody in Oklahoma that can figure out tough problems like this.

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"When we first launched this enterprise, we truly believed that the sun rose in the east 
 and gravity worked. We were wrong. As we have increasingly observed, most notably on 
 the days the AG testified before Congress, some mystical alchemy provides that the worse 
 he does, the better his chances become of remaining in office. At this point, just about nothing 
 Gonzales does could cause the president to fire him..."
     --, announcing the retirement of Gonzales death watch,  Link

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Faithful Hate Bush, too

Could it possibly get any worse for George Bush? Could he possibly be any less popular?
Yes, if diehard Republicans start to abandon him.  And that is what is now happening.
Bush's approval rating fell to 29 percent in the latest NBC News/Wall Street Journal poll.
That's a drop of six points since April.

Where's the trouble? Republicans. 
Bush has lost 13% more Republicans, from 75% to 63%, since April.

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That one site is making its owner $50,000 a week - while the rest of us fight for crumbs.

That site makes more than the next 10 sites combined.
They seem to be killing off the mom-and-pop sites on the left side of the web.

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Whoops - FBI did it again
They're accidentally tracking Dems for Bush


An internal FBI audit has found that the bureau potentially violated the law or agency rules 
more than 1,000 times while collecting data about domestic phone calls, e-mails and financial
transactions in recent years, far more than was documented in a Justice Department report in 
March that ignited bipartisan congressional criticism. The new audit covers just 10 percent of 
the bureau's national security investigations since 2002, and so the mistakes in the FBI's 
domestic surveillance efforts probably number several thousand, bureau officials said in interviews.
The earlier report found 22 violations in a much smaller sampling."

They are NOT going to give the Democrats this much power in 2009.
Bush will either refuse to stand down or his Supreme Court will rule in January 2009
that those powers were "overreaching" and prevent the Democrat from having them.

Third Possibility: The Democrat will say, "No president should have that much power" 
and then volunteer not to use it, knowing the next Fascist to steal power will use it.

How did I get in a party that can't learn?

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"Hillary reported that her husband made more than $10 million in speeches last year.' 
  I might add that Bill Clinton is making these $10 million in speeches by talking about me. 
   -- the vulgar Pigboy, who thinks everything is about him,

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Bush's blank check

War critics are rightly disappointed over the inability of congressional Democrats to mount an effective 
challenge to Bush's Bloody Quagmire. What began as a frontal assault on the war, with tough talk about 
deadlines and timetables, has settled into something like a guerrilla-style campaign to chip away at war 
policy until the edifice crumbles.

Still, Democratic criticism of administration policy in Iraq looks muscle-bound when compared with the 
party's readiness to go along with the president's massive military buildup, domestically and globally. 
Nothing underlines the tacit alliance between so-called foreign policy realists and hard-line exponents 
of neoconservative-style empire building more than the Washington consensus that the United States 
needs to expand the Defense budget without end, while increasing the size of the U.S. armed forces.

If we could stop the Bush bastards from getting us in wars of choice,
maybe we wouldn't need that big of an army.

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"Violence outside Baghdad on the rise since 'surge' started."  
     -- Stars and Stripes headline,    Link

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Subject: Thanks

Hi Bart, I heard about you on Mike Malloy's show.

I just want to let you know that I find your podcast amazing and I will never miss another show.
What is that stuff you drink in the beginning of the show? I like to try that, too.
Kind regards,
 Patrick in Germany

Patrick, that's Chinaco Anejo tequila.

We just do a little sip to start the radio shows because it's not cheap :)

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 Iraq pumped 3.5M barrels daily before Bush invaded
 and then they got their 2003 Halliburton upgrade

Bush is stealing $220,000,000every day.

No wonder they were so eager to start a war,

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...

3,514....3519 American dead

I'm REAL tired of this war.

Hey George!
Stop killing our soldiers!


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.

Tainted Water at Camp Lejeune
 It's been that way for decades

Marine families who lived at Camp Lejeune in North Carolina over three decades drank water contaminated 
with toxins as much as 40 times over today's safety standard, federal health investigators said yesterday.

The government disclosed results from a new scientific study on the same day that some families testified 
before a congressional panel about cancers and other illnesses they attribute to tainted tap water at the base.

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        That's Mrs. Bart on the left in 1957...


This Friday, the centennial of Oklahoma statehood will be feted by the ceremonious raising of 
a rolling time capsule in Tulsa: a 1957 Plymouth Belvedere, buried 50 years ago under the courthouse 
lawn in a crypt. The bad news: As workers began to unearth the plastic-wrapped two-door hardtop, 
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Organizers of the annual Tulsarama! festival reportedly were seen crying over the unexpected setback, 

Back in 1957, citizens were asked to guess what the population of Tulsa would be in 2007. The entries were 
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the car's unveiling and the entrant, or his or her heirs, will be given the 50 year-old rust bucket as the reward. 

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Obama lawyer: Libby pardon OK

Today attorney Robert F. Bauer, counsel for the Obama campaign, comes out with what he calls 
a "progressive case for a Libby pardon." In a nutshell, Bauer's blog at the Huffington Post illustrates 
why Democrats running for office should not recycle 'Democratic' advisors left over from 'centrist' 
losing campaigns. Bauer worked for Bill Bradley, one of the authors of the so-called 'tax reform' 
of the Eighties that began the mighty work of shifting our national tax burden from the wealthy and
corporations to the middle class.

The important point here is that Bauer's silly machiavellianism - that a Libby pardon will get Bush into 
more trouble and therefore we should want it - is ethically wrong.  But it is also false on its own terms. 
Here follow some misdirection, misstatements, or overstatements, with concise response: 

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Keira Knightley in Venice



Keira Knightley's film Atonement will open this year's Venice Film Festival.

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