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Corn - 3    Tuesday,  June 19, 2007   Vol 1997 - Waste Deep

Quote of the Day

"Don't know Hard to say." 
    --Tony Snow, lying when asked if the 
       war in Iraq has helped push the peace 
       process forward in any way,  Link

 It's not hard to say - he's just unwilling to 
 tell the truth which is that their bungling and 
 insatiable greed have killed 3500 soldiers. 

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Not Counter Terrorism
Obama's dumb mistake 
Vet Homelessness 
Iraq, 'Sinking Fast 
Go wobbly, George 
What Did Rumsfeld Know? 
GOP snubs Bush
Who is the real Obama? 
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"Gen. Petraeus and other U.S. officials in Iraq emphasize that it is still
too soon to draw hard judgments about the success of our new security
strategy -- but during my visit I saw hopeful signs of progress."
    -- Kissyface the bloody enabler, outspinning the Pentagon,

Hey Joe, do you also see a bright, rosy future for Bush & Cheney politically?

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How Not to Counter Terrorism
  by Coleen Rowley & Other Intelligence Veterans

Wrong-headed actions and ideas had already taken root before that Senate hearing on June 6, 2002.
Post 9/11 dragnet-detentions of innocents, official tolerance of torture (including abuse of  John Walker Lindh),
and panic-boosting color codes, had already been spawned from the mother of all slogans - "The Global
War on Terror" - rhetorically useful, substantively inane.  GWOT was about to spawn much worse.

The creation of DHS was clearly a gross misstep on a purely pragmatic level. It created chaos by
throwing together 22 agencies with 180,000 workers - many of them in jobs vital to our nation's security,
both at home and abroad.

It also enabled functionaries like the two Michaels - Brown and Chertoff - to immobilize key agencies
like the previously well-run FEMA, leading to its feckless response to Hurricane Katrina.

If Bush was a smart crook things would be different.
If he consolidated all that power and did his damn job and just stole a few billion
here & there, America might actually like the son of a bitch, but nooo.

He can't do the job - not even close - and he's raping the U.S. Treasury and treating the military
as pawns to be sacrificed on a whim - and they continue to trust him, no matter how bad it gets..

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Subject: Rudy said...

"What we're lacking is strong, aggressive, bold leadership like we had with Ronald Reagan."

Yes Bart, a swipe at the asshole in chief, but a lie nonetheless.
Reagan was not a bold leader, he was a man who simply ran roughshod over human rights.
On his watch, we had hundreds of thousands of dead in Latin America, we almost went nuclear
with the USSR, because that idiot couldn't keep his mouth shut in front of a microphone.

He destroyed unions and ushered in the end of America's manufacturing supremacy. The in-country woes
of the car industry go back to his reign of error. It was the beginning of the end of America. Greed, venality,
hatred, divisiveness, and sheer dumbness.... That was the Reagan legacy. I left the USA back then, because
I could not stand it, even in liberal Massachusetts. Reagan was the man who headed the neocon troups in
their quest to destroy the Bill of Rights.

As for the "end of the USSR" that Reaganites still vaunt to this day....
The USSR was ending long before Reagan.
The Reagan people cloaked themselves in the available mantle.

Keep hammering Bart

Reagan also popularized the phrase, 'The blame America first crowd," which now means
anyone who says anything besides, "America can do no wrong," is a traitor.

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Obama calls Clinton memo 'dumb mistake'


Barack Obama on Monday said his campaign made a "dumb mistake" when it circulated a memo
criticizing Hillary's financial ties to India.

In an interview with The Whore AP, Obama disavowed the memo which carried the headline
"Hillary Clinton (D-Punjab)  and referred to the Clintons' investments in India; her fundraising among
Indian-Americans; and Bill's $300,000 in speech fees from Cisco, a company that moved jobs to India.

"It was a dumb mistake on our campaign's part and I made it clear to my staff  that it was a mistake,"
Obama told the Whore AP in a brief interview in which he referred to the memo as "unnecessarily caustic."

Last Thursday, Obama's campaign sent the memo to reporters, demanding that it not be attributed to their
campaign. The Clinton campaign obtained the document and sent it to journalists. Since then, it has created
a furor among Indian-Americans and raised questions about Obama's claims that he is above attack politics.

So, "the campaign" made a mistake?
Either someone has the authority to speak for him or they don't.
I hope this doesn't become a pattern with our possible next president.

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"I think we've learned a lot from Watergate and from the handling of controversy
  and scandal in all the presidents' administrations since then. At the same time, I wish
  everyone would be more aggressive -- the press and the Congress, and in developing
  a fuller system of accountability."
       -- Bob Woodward, liar and whore, Link

Hey Bob, the big lesson from Watergate was "Follow the money."
You refused to do that this time because all the money went to to Bush and the oil companies.

It's about the unmetered oil wells, Bob.

That's why the war drags on, because they're stealing $300M every day,
maybe as much as $500M, depending on the price of oil that day

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Veteran Homelessness on the Rise
 After securing Bush's Iraqi oil, he has no use for them

The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan have contributed to a sharp rise in the number of homeless military veterans.

The report shows female veterans were as much as four times more likely to become homeless than
non-veteran women, with male veterans nearly twice as likely to become homeless than non-veterans.

And although experiences in combat and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder are contributing factors to homelessness,
studies have "found no unique association between combat-related PTSD and homelessness," the report said.

That last sentence is hard to believe. I saw a vet's story on TV - he would blow up at his wife for no reason,
he can't sleep, he drinks to try to escape his demons and he's just plain-old hard to live with.  Isn't that why
more of them are homeless? Because their spouse asked them to leave?

If they had homes when they left, why don't they have them when they come home?
It's illegal to seize a soldier's property when he's at war - so what other reason is there?

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Please read

What if you were innocent - and in prison
- and you couldn't get anybody's attention?

Brent Parris has already served 8 years.
They want him to serve 37 more.


"Bush attended the Hispanic Prayer Breakfast. At the breakfast, 
  Bush showed off his Spanish by ordering 'El Capitan Cruncho.'"   
     -- Conan O'Brien

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Subject: Giuliani and Reagan


Well enough is enough.  I get so sick of hearing about how tough Reagan was using those movie lines
when he couldn't think of anything original. Oh well, I wonder why Reagan's supporters think he was so tough.

Perhaps they are forgetting: (1) Osama bin Laden was trained as part of the Mujahedin under Reagan's watch;
(2) Ronnie traded arms to the Iranians for hostages and admitted it 
(3) his pathetic response to the suicide bombers in Beirut who killed 220 U.S. Marines.

You may recall that the French lost far fewer soldiers and they responded by pulverizing terrorist camps
in the Beka valley, and big bad Reagan put the surviving Marines on a ships and brought them home.
But I guess those three responses had dothing to do with empowering the terrorists.  Go figure.

Keep up the good work,
 Mike in Gainesville

The Reagan myths exist because the Democrats refused to set the record straight.
When Reagan died, the Dems all stood in line to talk about what a great president he was,
which is horseshit.  You don't have to trash a guy at his funeral but you also don't have to
agree with every lie the Fascist bastards tell about him.

And again, if Reagan was such a great president, why did Bush hide all his papers?
What did Reagan do that must be hidden from us?

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I got a crush on Obama

Iraq 'Sinking Fast
Ranked No. 2 on List of Unstable States


Iraq now ranks as the world's second most unstable country, ahead of war-ravaged or poverty-stricken
nations such as Somalia, Zimbabwe, Ivory Coast, Congo, Afghanistan, Haiti and North Korea, according
to the 2007 Failed States Index, issued yesterday by the Fund for Peace and Foreign Policy magazine.

Despite billions of dollars in foreign aid and the presence of more than 150,000 U.S. troops, Iraq has
declined steadily over the past three years, according to the index. It ranked fourth last year, but its score
dropped in almost all of the 12 political, economic, security and social indicators on which the index is based.

All those amputated troops (and all those dead troops) and all those hundreds of billions of dollars
lost and stolen and the Giggling Murderer can't even stabilize the damn place?

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"It's time to start thinking cold-bloodedly about what we might yet eke out of Iraq.
  An intriguing possibility is on display in Anbar province, where U.S. troops have formed
  an alliance with Sunni insurgents for the common purpose of killing al-Qaida jihadists.
  These insurgents were killing American soldiers just a few months ago. They may resume
  doing so, once this operation is complete. Such is the nature of coalition warfare, especially
  when our original coalition partners have largely pulled out of the war."
      --  Fred Kaplan,  The Enemy of My Enemy

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Subject: I was a Hiliary fan, now I don't trust her...


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S.C. warehouse fire kills 9 firefighters


"Nine brave, heroic, courageous firefighters of the city of Charleston have perished fighting fire in
a most courageous and fearless manner, carrying out their duties," Charleston Mayor Joe Riley said.
"To lose nine is just a tragedy of immense proportions," Riley said. "To lose nine is just unbelievable."


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"Some argue that the new strategy is failing because, despite gains in Baghdad and Anbar,
  violence has increased elsewhere in the country, such as Diyala province. This gets things
  backwards: Our troops have succeeded in improving security conditions in precisely those parts
  of Iraq where the "surge" has focused. Al-Qaida has shifted its operations to places  like Diyala
  in large measure because we have made progress in pushing them out of Anbar and Baghdad." 
    -- Kissyface, who wants you to believe what he just said makes sense,  Link

Hey Joe, let's say you have a city out of control, big riots at 5th and Main. So you send in 1,000 cops,
and they succeed in quieting 5th and Main, but now 15th and Broadway is in flames with 95 dead.

What have you gained?

Back when he was telling the truth, McCain called this "Whack-a-Mole," which it is.
The way to win this war was to start with 400,000 troops like all the generals said to send,
but Bush wanted choas so they could loot Iraq with unmetered oil wells so now we pay the price.

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No time to go wobbly, George


These are the saddest of times and the worst of times for George W. Bush. His war in Iraq continues
to truck south to join the immigration "reform" legislation that took up residence at the South Pole some
time ago, and now his remaining friends are urging him to be the stand-up guy Texans are always telling us
they are. Not even the iron fence of secrecy and security surrounding the White House can resist the
pressure building on the president to stand up to pardon Scooter Libby, soon to be sentenced to 24 months
in prison for lying about a crime that was never committed. He won't be allowed to remain free while his
appeal goes forward. This conviction stinks with growing pungency with every day Scooter remains in limbo.
The principals are not worried about justice, but about trying to keep the stink off their robes, judicial and
otherwise. There are villains aplenty.

Hey liar, that crime you say never happened?
Libby obstructed justice, that's why the crime wasn't uncovered
- because he lied about what happened and concealed the facts.

If Libby had told the truth, he's be safe at home while Cheney would be indicted.

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What Did Rumsfeld Know?
 by Andrew Sullivan, former Top Bush cheerleader


Lawrence Di Rita, a former top aide to Mr. Rumsfeld, said Mr. Rumsfeld had not viewed the photographs
because he had been advised by lawyers that doing so "could materially affect the ongoing criminal investigation."
He said Mr. Rumsfeld finally looked at the pictures the day before his Congressional testimony, the same day
he was briefed by General Taguba.

So you're secretary of defense and have been informed that your troops have grotesquely violated the Geneva
Conventions - on tape and JPGs - and you decide you don't want to look into it for months because you don't
want to jeopardize the investigation? Are we really supposed to believe this? Now look at who Sy Hersh's
source is: not an anonymous leaker, but a general of impeccable integrity and credibility whom the Pentagon
had itself relied on to do the investigation. It doesn't get more damning than this.

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"Each of my five sons gave two years of their life to their church, and I 
  consider that laudable.  But I very highly value those who serve in the military. 
  But it is a volunteer military and I hope that we keep it that way."  
     -- Mitt Romney, on why none of his five sons served in the U.S. military, Link

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Geronimo's Kin Wants Remains returned


Legend has it that Yale University's ultrasecret Skull and Bones society Prescott Bush (R-Hitler-Lover)
swiped the remains of American Indian leader Geronimo nearly a century ago from an Army outpost in Oklahoma.
Now, Geronimo's great-grandson wants the remains returned.

Harlyn Geronimo, 59, of Mescalero, N.M., wants to prove the skull and bones taken from Fort Sill, Okla.,
are indeed those of his great-grandfather. They're now said to be in a stone tomb that serves as the club's headquarters.

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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


Some people celebrate Bush's bloody quagmire...

Some don't.

x 3529

I'm REAL tired of this war.
It's driving me crazy and I personally
don't even know any soldiers.

Hey George!
Let's 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.

GOP begins snubbing Bush


Republican House members upset about immigration policy have spoken of Bush in disparaging terms.
And presidential contenders like Giuliani are striking change-the-course themes in their rhetoric, even while
continuing to back Bush over the Iraq war. The change, say GOP operatives, is the absence of fear about
being perceived as something less than an ardent Bush backer. "What's the penalty now, Karl being mad at you?"
Republican pollster Tony Fabrizio asked with a laugh, referring to Bush political adviser Karl Rove.
'Who cares? Even his former chief strategist (Matthew Dowd) walked away from him and pissed all over him.'"

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Just like the DLC!

He states, "I think America has more often been a force for good than for ill in the world; 
I carry few illusions about our enemies, and revere the courage and competence of our military."

Just like the DLC.

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conspiracy, of America being hijacked by an evil cabal . A government that truly represents these Americans (those 
"who are going about their business every day") - that truly serves these Americans - will require a different kind of politics."

Say it with me just like the DLC!

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