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Quote of the Day

"Why would I do that? It would be nuts."
    -- McCain, on dropping out,   Link
 

 John, you ask why? Maybe because each time 
 you say "Iraq is going great" you drop in the polls. 
 How's that fund-raising going, John?
 

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Bush-Blair Vanity Play  
Isolated and rejected 
Krugman: Just say AAA 
Power grab ends badly 
Where does She stand?
Undercover, under fire 
Hillary slams Tuxedo 
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Quotes

"Al Qaida is the main enemy for Shia, Sunni and Kurds alike. Al Qaida's responsible for 
the most sensational killings in Iraq. They're responsible for the sensational killings on U.S. soil."  
   -- Dubya, responsible for many more less-sensational killings  Link

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The New Bush-Blair Vanity Play 
  by Robert Parry

 consortiumnews.com

 Excerpt:
Upon learning that Tony Blair would become a new envoy intervening in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, 
a former senior Israeli intelligence official confided to an old colleague a two-word comment in English: 
"It's nuts." One can only imagine what the Palestinians said in private.

Rarely in recent history have a man and an assignment matched up as poorly as this one: an officious and 
deceitful Brit who collaborated on a disastrous scheme to invade an Arab country and who is blamed for 
the deaths of possibly hundreds of thousands of Iraqis, now intervenes in another Arab land to get the 
Palestinians to shape up.

At least, the Palestinians and Israelis have been assured, Blair won't be in charge of negotiating a peace settlement. 
That daunting assignment will be left to Bush and Condi Rice, two other widely despised figures in the Middle East.

Who would want that job?
How crazy is Blair, that's he would agree to get involved with people who'd rather sacrifice their kids

than move away from the precious sand they think was given to them by the Invisible Cloud Being?
Is there a better definition of insanity than the war in the Middle East?

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Quotes

"Some of the biggest thugs in the world and people that you want to press on moral issues 
  and human rights issues hide behind Gitmo and say don't lecture us when you have Gitmo." 
     -- Colin Powell, who got 3600 soldiers killed so he could be a Bush poodle,   Link

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Isolated and rejected
"Does the world hate America? Or just me?"

 Link

 Excerpt:
Among his woes: Hurricane Katrina, Jack Abramoff, Harriet Miers, Scooter Libby, Alberto Gonzales, 
Monica Goodling, Unka Dick, Valerie Plame, Joe Wilson, Colin Powell, Lawrence Wilkerson, Fallujah, 
Abu Ghraib, Paul Wolfowitz, immigration, CIA prisons, "torture," Guantanamo Bay, illegal wiretapping, 
FOIA, the estate tax, Social Security, Osama Bin Laden, journalists, faltering Republican allies, Pelosi & Reid, 
John Conyers, Patrick Leahy, Henry Waxman, a Democratic Congress and Iraq. Perhaps his most salient 
victories were the appointment of two Fascist conservatives which have, in recent days, shown they will 
leave a lasting conservative legacy.

Alito and Roberts will be spewing their pro-business racism for decades.
Maybe the next Democrat running for president will mention that in the campaign?

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Just say AAA
 by Paul Krugman

 Link

 Excerpt:
What do you get when you cross a Mafia don with a bond salesman? 
Someone who makes you an offer you don't understand.

Seriously, it's starting to look as if C.D.O.'s (collateralized debt obligations ) were to this decade's 
housing bubble what Enron-style accounting was to the stock bubble of the 1990s. Both made investors 
think they were getting a much better deal than they really were. And the new scandal raises two obvious 
questions: Why were the bond-rating agencies taken in (again), and where were the regulators?

To understand the fuss over C.D.O.'s, you first have to realize that in the later stages of the great 2000-2005 
housing boom, banks were making a lot of dubious loans. In particular, there was an explosion of subprime lending,
home loans offered to people who wouldn't normally have been considered qualified borrowers.

As long as prices kept going up, troubled borrowers could raise more cash by borrowing against their home equity. 
But once the bubble burst, many of these loans were bound to go bad.

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Subject: Supreme Court gets it right on racism

I rarely agree with this new Supreme Court but the decision they made to make the nation 
more colorblind was the right decision. When I was in the 4th grade, they stared busing kids 
around to schools far from their home to end segregation. I thought it was a bad idea then 
and it's still a bad idea today.

I agree with Justice Roberts, "The way to stop discrimination on the basis of race is to stop 
discriminating on the basis of race." I think that racial policies that were intended to integrate
society has institutionalized segregation making us all aware of the race of a person and that 
race should play a role in decisions. But why is it important to classify a person based on the 
frequencies of light reflected by the surface of a person's skin? After all, we all come from 
Africa if you go back far enough and we all have black ancestors. All of humanity evolved 
from black people and we're all pink on the inside.

Racial identity is racist. I think that black leaders such as Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton have 
done black people a disservice and that it's time that black people stop thinking of themselves 
as "African Americans" and start thinking of themselves as ordinary people. If we are going to 
have affirmative action then let it be for poor people and let's achieve integration by building 
the best schools in the poorest neighborhoods where they are most needed.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA

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Bush power grab ends badly

 ajc.com

 Excerpt:
In  the heady days after the 2004 elections, Karl Rove proclaimed a "rolling realignment" that would make 
the Republican Party the dominant political force for decades to come. The historical model, he said, was the 
election of 1896, which had ushered in three decades of almost unbroken GOP power. "We only knew that it 
was an election that realigned American politics years afterward," Rove said of the 1896 election. "And I think
the same thing will be here."
 
Now, Bush is one of the most unpopular presidents in history, criticized harshly even by candidates in his own party
trying to succeed him. Opinion polls show a marked trend in favor of Democrats. And although Republicans could 
conceivably keep control of the White House, (In your dreams!) Democratic majorities in both the House and
Senate will almost surely be strengthened in 2008.

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Subject: Movie review - I saw Sicko in LA

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Where Does Clinton Stand?
 by Helen Thomas

 commondreams.org

 Excerpt:
Hillary has great political skills, but her war-and-peace compass leaves something to be desired. 

Clinton has blown hot and cold on Middle East issues, including Iraq and the Palestinian-Israeli dispute. 
She is at best pragmatic. Principles? Well, that's another story. Before and during her early years in the 
White House, she supported Palestinian statehood, but she apparently forgot this after successfully 
running for senator from New York as a Democrat. The rest is history.

On June 19, Clinton told a union audience that she favored keeping some troops in Iraq "to protect 
our interests" there after a major pullout. But the following day, she told an activist anti-war gathering 
that she wants U.S. troops withdrawn from Iraq.
 

Are those positions mutually exclusive?
If she brings home 130,000 troops and leaves 20,000 there in a non-combat role,
isn't she bringing the troops home while keeping enough troops there to protect our interests?

How crazy would it be to bring the troops home, only to have to send them back next year?
Could 20,000 troops surround Baghdad to prevent suiciders from joining in?

Woudn't surrounding Baghdad and cutting off the bad guys be a good idea?
Bush should have sealed Iraq's borders they day we invaded - but he needed 
the chaos so he could have an excuse why the oil field pumps have no meters.

We could surround Baghdad and the troops would be perfectly safe.
Since you're holding ground and not patrolling it, there's no IEDs to go off.
And if Al Qaeda tries to approach our circle, they'll get their 74 virgins.

Meanwhile, those inside the circle can go bat-shit crazy killing each other.
Like two cats in a bag, one side will eventually submit to the other.
We sign a treatry with the victors and come home.

And when you tell me "You're crazy," what's your solution?
Turning the $300M Bush has been stealing each day over to Al Qaeda?

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Subject: are corporations evil?

Corporations aren't evil nor are they good - they are amoral machines designed to generate unlimited profit.
It's the rules that are evil - if we don't regulate corporations, they will generate unlimited profit regardless of
what it takes and then some regardless of the externalities involved - pollution, extinctions, lower quality of life,
joblessness, screwing people out of pensions, destroying the environment, using up finite resources, etc. etc. etc.

It's funny how the right wingers think people are inherently evil and should be heavily regulated
but corporations are inherently good and should not be regulated.
  - Craig in Calgary

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Quotes

"His speech was short. He's got a nice voice. But there was nothing there. He's for apple pie 
  and motherhood. He's going to have to say what he's for. People want to get to know him. 
  He hasn't been here, and he gives a nine-minute speech. I told my wife we'd get home by 8. 
  We'll get home a lot earlier than that."  
    -- Richard Heitmiller of Nashua, on a Fred Thomspon speech in New Hampshire, Link
 

 Fred Thompson is not the answer for the Republicans, so who is - Newt?

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Subject: reply to Higgins

Hillary voted against the working man?

Wow, maybe you should buy a truck and some lawnmowers and get your own illegal crew.
Maybe you can get a job as a dishwasher in a Mexican restaurant, or go and pick some nice fresh fruit.

Want a nice home?  I am sure some nice couple will pay you $200-300 a week in a live-in position
where you can take care of their kids, do their laundry, clean the house, cook three meals a day,
run their errands and they may even give you one day off a week.

I guess if you want these positions, you are right.  She screwed the working people.  Vote your wallet.

But if you do want these positions, you may want to think about the positions you had eight years ago.
Same answer, vote your wallet.
   GF

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Hillary, already riding high, rolls out a powerful campaign weapon -- the Big Dog.
The ultimate political power couple make their 2008 campaign trail debut on Monday 
as they open a three-day swing through the crucial early voting state of Iowa.

His Dogness, long a dynamic political presence and favorite of the Democrats, will introduce
his wife at appearances across the state and walk with her in a July 4th holiday parade.

The tour amounts to a public unveiling of what has been a carefully nurtured campaign asset.
While Bill Clinton has had a prominent behind-the-scenes role in his wife's campaign,
his public involvement has been limited to fundraising to keep her on center stage.

She doesn't seem to need his help, at least publicly, but who can hold him back?
He loves to campaign and it shows.

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Quotes

"Michael Bloomberg, became a Republican because it was the easiest way to become mayor of New York. 
  Now he's an independent, because it is the easiest way for him to become president of the United States. 
  In politics, this is what we call principle."  
    -- Roger Simon, The Politico,   Link

 ha ha
 

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Subject: socialized medicine

All the members of congress get socialized medicine.
but they don't want the rest of americans to have the same nice benefits they get!

Here in sweden we have soc.medicine, and it is great - though there are some drawbacks.
 Don in Stockholm
 

I'm sure any system will have some drawbacks.
I just wish Americans weren't so stupid.

If you tell them they have "socialized" money they'd probably throw it away.

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Larry King tripled his audience (3.2M) with Paris Hilton
 ...yet nobody admits to watching it, because we're "above" all that

 Link
 

 Also...
We watched the first hour of Paula Abdul's incredibly bad reality show.
She was crying all thru the previews, so I just had to watch.

Turns out she was crying because her jeans and boots were too tight.
Hey Paula, you're a multi-millionaire - why have clothes in your closet that don't fit?

She tried to be Kathy Griffin, but she ended up being Bobby Brown.

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Subject: camoflage

How is it so easy for the GOP to obstruct in the Senate now that they are in the minority, 
but when the Dems were the minority party in the Senate, they were unable to stop legislation?
 
Are Repugs smarter? 
Or do the Dems just pose in their tutus?
 
http://commonsense.ourfuture.org/expose_obstructionists

Sincerely,
 Litt
 

The bottom line is the GOP wants to win.
The average Democrat will consider letting victory in if it knocks on his door,
but no way he'll work for it - it might anger Mr. Rove.

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Subject: Why do they hate her?

Bart,

I don't understand why some Democrats hate Hillary.
She is in the game and knows how to play.
But some Dems don't understand the "when in Rome" concept.

But you have got to love her for saying this "Grab your buckets, grab your brooms," Clinton said.
"We're going to have to do a clean sweep because there has been a culture of cronyism, corruption
and incompetence."    Plus having the Big Dog as the First Dude would be awesome!!!!

But in my large gut I feel that Al Gore will be next but I will take Hillary any Day!!!!
 California Dave
 

It's almost like they hate her because she has the tools to win.
They think cunning, calculation and the ability to raise money are bad things.

We ran nice guys the last two times and look what happened :
They got chewed up by the GOP slime machine.

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Bush's Smoking Gun



Hillary slams Tennessee Tuxedo

 Link

 Excerpt:
Noting that the United States had apprehended 1,000 people from Cuba in 2005, Fred Thompson said, 
"They're not coming here to bring greetings from Castro. We're living in the era of the suitcase bomb." 
A video clip of Thompson's gaffe immediately circulated on YouTube and has drawn considerable attention in Florida,
Hillary seized the opportunity to put a beatdown on the man who thinks he can win the GOP nomination.

"I was appalled when one of the people about to run for the Republican nomination talked about Cuban refugees 
as potential terrorists," Clinton told Hispanic elected officials. "Apparently he doesn't have a lot of experience in 
Florida or anywhere else, and doesn't know a lot of Cuban-Americans."
 

Is Thompson too stupid to be their nominee?
If you criticize Cubans you lose Florida.

Someone said getting in this late won't help Thompson because any GOP staffer
worth having is already working for someone else. Thompson needs all the help he can get.

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Subject: your attack om press whores

Hey Bart, take it easy on her!!!
She's Mica Brzezinski, old Zbig's little girl.
She has strong journalistic and liberal credentials.

Easy, man!!!
 Pogi
 

I'm just tired of these journalists who pretend they're sorry about being whores,
then they turn right around and whore the next story to death.

Blitzer's the worst ever.
"Oh, we dropped the ball on the Iraq War," and then they spend 72 straight hours
on the Fort Dix "massacre" or the JFK Airport" massacre" because the same White House
that lied to them about Iraq is lying to them again and they can't or won't figure that out.

Fool me once, I'm stupid.
Fool me twice and I'm a slutty whore for Karl Rove.

They all swear they're "real journalists," but they refuse to follow the money on Iraq.
At least shows like Entertainment Tonight admit they're fluff.

Thank Koresh for real reporters Greg Palast and Robert Parry and Seymour Hersh.
Those pretty boy punks on TV are only there to scream insults at Paris Hilton,
and I'm talking to you, Anderson Cooper..

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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

 Link

Some people celebrate Bush's bloody oil war...

Some don't.
x 3577  3583

I'm REAL tired of this war.
They  got 6 over the weekend.

Who's the idiot who
got us into this mess?


 
 

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.

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Undercover, under fire

 lawhoretimes

 Excerpt:
I put on a new suit, got a leather briefcase and headed to downtown Washington for meetings with the city's 
most prominent lobbyists. I pretended to be the representative of a London-based energy company with 
interests in Turkmenistan. I told them I wanted to hire the services of a firm to burnish that country's image.

I didn't mention that Turkmenistan is run by an ugly, neo-Stalinist regime. They didn't care. The lobbyists I met 
at Cassidy & Associates and APCO were more than eager to help out. In exchange for $1.5 million a year, 
they'd send congressional delegations to Turkmenistan and write and plant opinion pieces in newspapers under 
the names of academics and think-tank experts they would recruit. They even offered to set up supposedly 
"independent" media events in Washington that would promote Turkmenistan.

All this could be done quietly, they said, because the law that regulates foreign lobbyists are a joke.

Now my article about the unethical behavior of lobbying firms has become a story about journalistic ethics.
The lobbyists have attacked the story and me personally, saying that it was unethical of me to lie to them.

I expected the lobbyists to be angry, but not Washington Post media whore Howard Kurtz, who was far less 
concerned by the lobbyists' ability to manipulate public and political opinion than by my use of undercover journalism.
"No matter how good the story," he wrote, "lying to get it raises as many questions about journalists as their subjects." 

The decline of undercover reporting reflects the increasing conservatism and cautiousness of the media, especially the 
smug, high-end Washington press corps. As reporters have become millionaires, they've become part of the very 
power structure that they're supposed to be tracking and scrutinizing.
 

Great article - try to read it if you can.
Oh, and Howie Kurtz is as big a whore as DC has.

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Subject: Hilary and AIPAC

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Quotes

"One day, the good Lord will take Fidel Castro away."  
  -- Der Monkey, in a battle of wits with Castro,   Link
 

"Now I understand why I survived the plans of Bush and the presidents 
  who ordered my assassination: the Good Lord protected me." 
      -- Fidel Castro, mocking Der Murder Monkey
 

 Bush is stupider than everybody.

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Subject: Hillary's baggage?

Ya know, every time I hear that I wonder where they get that? Hillary carries *no* baggage. 
She is a saint, compared to the long criminal records of Bush and the ultracorrupt Republicans. 

They got elected despite lying about 9/11, despite lying about Iraq, despite lying about the war, 
despite Abu Ghraib, despite a deep and wide bribery scandal, despite past criminal records. 
Baggage?
 
 Jitske
 

You're wrong about that.
Someone made the allegation that Hillary got prisoners to cut the lawn of the Govenor's Mansion 
in Little Rock back in the eighties, and that's far more serious than anything Bush has ever done.

...and don't forget those cattle futures from the seventies!

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Subject: In TV, there is no justice

TV Guide reported earlier this week that "According to Jim" is coming back.
Meanwhile, the excellent "Veronica Mars" got cancelled.

Sitcom with jokes first seen decades ago does better than witty, clever drama.
 Glenn
 

...and the good die young while the evil die rich and of old age.

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Lockerbie Ruling Revisited
  by William Blum

 consortiumnews.com

 Excerpt:
The newspapers were filled with pictures of happy relatives of the victims of the 1988 bombing of PanAm 103.
 
A Libyan, Abdelbaset Ali Mohmed al Megrahi, was found guilty of the bombing by a Scottish court in the Hague, 
his co-defendant, Al Amin Khalifa Fhimah, being acquitted. At long last there was going to be some kind of 
closure for the families.

So what's wrong with this picture?

What's wrong is that the evidence against Megrahi was stretched thin to the point of transparency. Indeed, 
the court verdict might be dubbed Supreme Court II [a reference to the Bush v. Gore decision that put 
George W. Bush in the White House], another instance of non-judicial factors clouding judicial reasoning.

The three Scottish judges cannot have relished returning to the United Kingdom after finding both defendants 
innocent of the murder of 270 people, largely from the U.K. and the United States. Not to mention having to 
face dozens of hysterical victims' family members in the courtroom.

As with any horrendous crime, there's a desire for someone to be punished. That's an especially strong 
sentiment when a defendant is from an unpopular racial or ethnic group, in this case, a Libyan. 
The three judges also knew the desires of the White House and Downing Street as to the outcome.

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Quotes

"Over the weekend, the president kick-started the Holiday Season by pre-taping his appearance
for ABC's Christmas Galleria. ... I believe the Constitution declares him the Christian in Chief. 
So to everyone who criticizes the president for not firing Alberto Gonzales, give him a break, 
you can't fire a guy at Christmas."  
    -- Stephen Colbert

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