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Thursday  July 5, 2007    Vol 2007 - Blunder Boys

Quote of the Day

"It is absolutely wrong to commute 
  Libby's sentence and hold random 
  men in Gitmo for the rest of their lives, 
  torturing and destroying them." 
    -- Jane Smiley,   Link

 It's wrong to torture and destroy 
 random men for the rest of their lives 
 no matter what happens to Libby.

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Cover-up Completed 
Another obstruction 
Thompson - Mole
Power-hungry Cheney 
Triple Monkey Mail
Scooter Libby in Hell 
Libby might've talked 
Damn Impeachable 
Britney vs. Mrs Spears 



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"This (Libby pardon) is consistent with their philosophy. They believe they should be able to 
  do what they want to do and that the law is a minor obstacle. It was wrong to out that CIA agent, 
  and it's wrong to cover it up and wrong that no one was fired from the White House for doing it." 
    -- Bill Clinton,    Link

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The Libby Cover-up Completed
  by Robert Parry

Bush's decision to spare Libby from jail marks the final act of a crime and cover-up that began four years ago 
when Bush, Cheney and other top officials launched a campaign to discredit a critic of the Iraq War.

That campaign started with the leaking of sensitive classified information, the identity of Valerie Plame, destroying 
her career and jeopardizing the lives of her agents in other countries. That was followed by White House lies 
being told to both investigators and the public in order to shield the President from dangerous political fallout.

By commuting Libby's sentence, Bush has moved to ensure that Libby keeps his mouth shut
and that the full story is never told.

The Plame/Libby cover-up also demonstrates the modern techniques available at least to a Republican president 
who wants to minimize damage from embarrassing or incriminating information. Bush was able to tap into the 
ideologically committed right-wing news media to confuse the issue and create political space for his final decision.

He was able to do that because the Democrats refuse to fight back. They could've told Bush, 
"If you protect Libby from justice, you won't get anything from us the rest of your term.
 We'll block every bill and every nomination and you'll be the lamest of all lame ducks."

But they're afraid of a president whose approval is stuck in the twenties - why?

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"The wealthy, connected, powerful coterie around Scooter Libby are reveling in their power 
  to subvert the decision of a petty bunch of know-nothing jurors in favor of their best friend.
  They've raised $5 million in a defense fund." 
      -- Andrew Sullivan, Bush apologist and Top cheerleader    Link

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This Just In...

Libby writes check, pays $250K fine.

Meanwhile, the flying monkey right has raised $5M for him, so he's $4.75M ahead.

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Just another obstruction of justice

Rather than serving time in jail, Libby will remain free, with a fine and probation as the only remaining 
punishments for lying and obstructing a criminal investigation. But the real effect of Bush's actions is to 
prevent Libby from revealing the truth about Bush's - and Cheney's - own actions in the leak. 
By commuting Libby's sentence, Bush protected himself and Cheney from potential criminal exposure 
for their actions in the CIA Leak. As such, Libby's commutation is nothing short of another obstruction of justice.

Worse, it gives the green light to Bush and Cheney to commit more crimes.
Evil men will break the law until they're stopped.

If you rape a women with the police watching, and they do nothing,
would it surprise you that another they'll rape another woman the next day?
They will keep on raping and killing and stealing and torturing until someone says "Stop."

I predict it will be a Republican because the Democrats are just too scared.

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Thompson - Watergate Mole


The day before Senate Watergate Committee minority counsel Fred Thompson made the inquiry
that launched him into the national spotlight - asking an aide to President Nixon whether there was
a White House taping system - he telephoned Nixon's lawyer.

Thompson tipped off the White House that the committee knew about the taping system and would be 
making the information public. In his all-but-forgotten Watergate memoir, "At That Point in Time," 
Thompson said he acted with "no authority" in divulging the committee's knowledge of the tapes, 
which provided the evidence that led to Nixon's resignation. It was one of many Thompson leaks 
to the Nixon team, according to a former investigator for Democrats on the committee, Scott Armstrong,
who remains upset at Thompson's actions.

"Thompson was a mole for the White House," Armstrong said in an interview. "Fred was working
hammer and tong to defeat the investigation of finding out what happened to authorize Watergate 
and find out what the role of the president was."

No surprise there - since all Republicans will cover-up the crimes of their president.
But in 1998, almost every Democrats agreed that Clinton was a terrible person.

Republicans want to win.
Democrats only want to win sometimes, 
if we're in the mood 
and it's not too much work.

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Subject: Your stupid McCain comment

Bart, you wrote: 

>"McCain has been running a suicide campaign all year.
> His Kissyface-like insistence that Iraq is a "great success" is what killed him".


It was his love of all things wetback [think amnesty] 
that killed his chances for ever being President.

Glad I could help. 

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Power-hungry Cheney
 by Gene Lyons

The Washington Post makes that all too clear. Based upon more than 200 interviews with administration insiders, 
it portrays a power-hungry vice president bamboozling a callow, easily manipulated president, outflanking cabinet 
rivals through a combination of obsessive secrecy and bureaucratic skulduggery. It also depicts how genuine 
conservatives like Powell and Ashcroft fought bitter, losing battles against one authoritarian gambit after another.

Reading it, one can't help but be struck with how unnecessary it all is, as if a nation that defeated the Nazis and 
outlasted the Soviet Union can't defeat al-Qa'ida, a band of religious fanatics hiding in caves, without abandoning 
its own democratic liberties. 

These sons of bitches are so corrupt, so evil and so Hitler-ish,
the culmination of their crimes has made John Ashcroft a man to be admired.

Did you ever think you'd read those words on

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Subject: feedback

Bart, I don't understand how you pose rhetorical questions like that, comments like this

> "Democrats are paralyzed with fear
> pussy Democrats
> Gutless wimps
> lame-ass quitters and crybabies"

I was having a fit of outrage when I wrote that.
We need more outrage in our party.
Seems like every elected Democrat says, "It's terrible what Bush is doing,"
then they go about their business, waiting for the next outrage.

The only time the Dems show any spine is stabbing their own president in the back.

...and yet you still deride those who answer with a resounding, No!
Instead, thinking it may be time to admit the maggots have eaten what good there was
in the party (both parties), and that it's time to start over from the ground up.

That's not practical.
We'd get 3 percent in 2008, we'd get 8 percent in 2012.
It would take decades to build a new party.
By then, we won't have an America left to argue about.
It'd be much quicker to slap the Democrats into doing their damn jobs.

You seem to think it exhibits courage to stick with these crooked, spineless (bad word), 
but wouldn't it be real courage to try (even if you fail miserably) and support something you can actually believe in...

I've had all the failure I can take.
Planning for failure is the usual Democratic game plan.

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"Scooter Libby did nothing wrong -- his was a political conviction." 
    -- Greg Mueller, telling Republicans to stick by their preisdent,  Link

Bart's Law #2 - The more crimes Bush commits, the more his base loves him,
                           so expect a lot more crimes from these bastards.

By the way, Greg, if Libby did nothing wrong, why did he lie under oath to cover it up?

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Subject: Cheney

Dear Bart,

Cheney is telling the truth for once when he claims he is not part of the Executive Branch.
He and his sniveling boss have never been elected to the Offices they now occupy.


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"The deeper offense is that Bush used his pardon power to shortcircuit the investigation of a crime 
  to which he himself was quite likely a party, and to which Cheney, who controls him, certainly was. 
  The president's power to pardon is full and unchecked, one of the few such powers given n the constitution. 
  Yet here Bush used it to further obstruct justice. In a sense, perhaps we should thank the president for 
  bringing the matter full circle. Began with criminality, ends with it." 
    -- Josh Marshall, kidding about thanking Bush,    Link

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Libby might've talked


Once again, we have an example of politicians championing the slogans of law and order -- until the criminal
is one of their own, at which point they suddenly become bleeding-heart liberals eager to ease the pain of the 
misjudged underdog. Blame the victim for Libby's troubles; Valerie Plame, who made him do it. 
Who told her to be married to a guy who dared to publicly criticize Libby's boss?

That's the easiest explanation for Bush's commutation of the Libby sentence, but there is an even more odious
possible cause for the president cutting his friend, the felon, loose hours after a federal appeals court panel 
unanimously ordered Libby to start serving his 30-month sentence. It's that old chestnut of honor among thieves: 
Bush didn't want Libby to have any incentive to squeal. Libby was never more than the fall guy whose usefulness
to the prosecutor was that he was a lower level scoundrel in a position to turn in his White House superiors.

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"To lead this nation to a responsibility era, a president himself must be responsible. And so, when I 
  put my hand on the Bible, I will swear to not only uphold the laws of our land, I will swear to uphold
  the honor and dignity of the office to which I have been elected, so help me God.  Our country is ready 
  for high standards and new leaders ... An era of tarnished ideals is giving way to a responsibility era." 
     -- Dubya, swearing to his God that he won't break any laws,  Link

 How could he swear to his God and then wipe his ass with that vow?

 Bush doesn't believe in God any more than I do.
 He used those gullible folks to steal their votes.

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The Hill and Bill Show


There are rock stars, and there are rock stars. And then there is Bill Clinton.
In the Democratic arsenal, he is one of a kind; the ultimate weapon, a sort of rhetorical nuclear option.
Hillary brought out the big gun at the Iowa State Fairgrounds in a jampacked event punctuated by fireworks. 

When a campaign uses its most potent weapon at such an early stage in the election season, 
is it a sign of overpowering strength or a sign of insecurity or weakness?

"For a while, they were advising her not to even come to Iowa because she wasn't running first here, 
and so they bring in the big gun," said Bill Boon, a retired Iowa State University professor and a Clinton fan.
"You see both of them there, and you say, 'That's a strong organization.' " 

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Subject: why speak out?

Refernce to the dems speaking out to Bush :What good would it do? 
Bush does what he wants to - whatever 
He's the worst president ever.


It's the difference between night and day.
The befuddled Democrats are all, "How could this happen?"

If they had warned him up-front, and then he did it, people would say, 
"Damn, Bush is begging to be impeached," and then they'd expect impeachment.

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Scooter Libby in Hell
 by Mark Morford

So there you have it. Bush shrugs and smirks and then commutes the easy soft-focus sit-on-your-ass-all-day
white-collar prison sentence of a hollow political lackey who, in turn, took a bullet for his sneering mafia thug
of a boss, Dick Cheney, who in turn was complicit (along with lead flying monkey Karl Rove) in the appallingly
illegal outing of a CIA operative, which itself was a tiny but particularly nasty link in the giant chain of lies and
deceptions undertaken to lead our wary and tattered nation into an unwinnable impossible costly brutally
violent war that will now last, if current estimates are correct, until the goddamn sun explodes.

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Subject: Libby

In every pardon, a bad crime has been committed, at least in the eyes of the court. 
In every pardon, the defendant deserves the sentence, according to law. Nothing new there. 

What is different with all the Republican pardons mentioned, is that by pardoning,
the Presidents involved may well have been pardoning themselves. 
That's why Bush's excuses are hollow, his motivation more than a little suspect, and rightly impugned.

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The idea is completely stupid. 
Why do these morons keep thinking terrorism is going to come from the south, because brown people are there? 
Where's the fence on the northern border and on our coasts?

Canadians have beer and hockey.
What do they need with a corrupt Amerikkka?

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Why I hate Hillary
 by Maureen Huffington


As Bill works on a crossword puzzle, Hill tugs on the sleeve in what she hopes is a playful manner.

"Sweetie," she says, smiling brightly. "Everything's going really well. You abide by your five-minute limit
and talk only about me. You're still having a little trouble getting that adoring smile down. In fact, on our
first stop you actually looked bored and fidgety while I was talking. But I think we solved that problem today
by having you leave the stage as soon as I start speaking. If you can just refrain from looking so longingly
at the microphone, our pas de deux will be perfect!"

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Subject: Hillary forgetful or what?

Dear Bart,

Has Hillary forgotten that her husband pardoned 396 people and sold pardons?

You might be half-right.

Bush hasn't pardoned anyone yet and if he does it won't be for cash.

True - it will be to hide their crimes.

Bush 41 did nothing to combat terrorists and neither did Clinton. 

Once again, you got that half-right.

Now that Bush has cleaned up the mess left by the two do nothings...

Bush cleaned up somebody's mess?
What do you call Iraq - spilt milk?

It's gotta make you sick doesn't it?

Yes, it does.

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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 oil war...

Some don't.
x 3583  3590

They  got 7 more while we celebrated "freedom."

Who's the drunk moron 
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.


"While Chimpy McFlightsuit was out gallivanting with Putin, Chimpy issued his commutation 
  of Scooter Libby.  As noted by Sid Blumenthal - "The Decider has decided that Cheney will 
  decide what the Decider decides." And here, Cheney decided that Chimpy will decide to let 
  Scooter get away with perjury." 
    -- Buster,   Link

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Subject: 3rd party dem


do you think that a dem who is unsuccessful in the primary might run as a 3rd party candidate a'la kissyface? 
how about edwards/bloomberg '08? and rudy wins by a landslide a'la big dog in '92. 

remember ross perot? 
just a thought. 

america is hungry for something different.

I believe the junior senator from New York will be our next president
unless the Democrats join together and rise up to prevent that from happening.

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"(I'd like to) thank the bloggers and columnists who pointed out that what I said 
  about Cheney earlier this year was in no way parallel to what Ann Coulter said 
  about John Edwards. Gosh, sometimes it seems like the far right just lies blatantly 
  and on purpose. Which brings us back to Scooter Libby.." 
    -- Bill Maher,  Link

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Subject: impeachment cigars

Bart.  At Monica told the Grand Jury that Bill put a cigar into her honey pot. 
Why you say "allegedly"? 

If you can't trust Monica... who can you trust?  Scooter Libby?!?

Wayne, that's almost a stupid question.

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Unimpeachably Impeachable
 by Ray McGovern

Last week's Washington Post feature on Cheney removed any doubt in my mind as to whether 
he and Bush have committed the kinds of high crimes and misdemeanors that warrant impeachment.

While Bush bears the ultimate responsibility, the nature of the evidence against Cheney and associates 
is so specific and overwhelming that it makes sense to impeach and bring him to trial first.

Subpoenas from Capitol Hill are flying downtown into executive office buildings like paper airplanes,
but the potential for delay is immense, and the danger to the Republic speaks for a more urgent approach.

As hundreds are killed each day in the misbegotten war in Iraq with no end in sight, the same officials 
who brought us Iraq - with the vice president in the lead - are salivating for war on Iran.

Can the Democrats be convinced to come to work?
Why elect Democrats if they do nothing while the crimes continue?

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Subject: standing down?


 I am really puzzled at the almost unbelievable lack of common sense displayed by the MSM. 
I have been hearing reports on the tele that say plainly that we are getting field reports very much like 
the ones we got the summer before 9-11. We are now admitting that we had Intel data before 9-11. 

So why was that little shit on vacation in Crawford instead of coordinating a roundup of suspects? 
How stupid are these media types? This should be a big story. 
Our government has admitted that they stood down before 9-11.
 Big Daddy

Yet some people still voted for the bastard.
If only Kerry wasn't such a quitter.

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The PO Box

I was surprised to find some mail in the PO Box.
It's been pretty empty lately so I don't check it very often
but I checked it on the Fourth and found some surprises.

"Sport" sent me a bottle of Cruzan Single Barrel Estate Rum.

That went great with our burgers and many kinds of corn - thanks, Sport.
...and there's still some left :)

Sidebar: I was in Best Buy last week - they had the first season of Rescue Me on sale for $13.99 
and it was strange how that jumped into my basket. I didn't even touch it - it just jumped into my basket, 
so we spent Tuesday night and Wednesday watching that.  A word of caution, tho... watching that much
Rescue Me at one time can be dangerous.  I asked Mrs Bart what we were going to have for supper and 
she kicked me in the balls and as I lay there in pain, she poured her Zinfandel on my head and said, 
"Whatever the hell I feel like cooking, Numbnuts!"

Just kidding.

Also, Jeff in Carolina sent me a tiny, hand-made steel hammer from Alaska.
In his travels there, he ran into an artisan/blacksmith making these little hammers
and thought about Ol' Bart so he picked one up  bought one and sent it to me.

It's a necklace type-affair and it came with a leather "chain."
When you hold it, the little hammer "swings" which is cool - thanks, Jeff.
(I'd run the picture, but my digi-cam is failing to work)

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Britney: "Mom, you're dead to me"


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