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Friday  July 6, 2007    Vol 2008 - Scheming Schemers

Thanks to Bruce Yurgil

Quote of the Day

"This is not the coalition of the willing. 
  It's the coalition of the billing." 
    -- Military contracting scholar Peter Singer, on news 
    that Bush has 180,000 contractors in Iraq,   Link

 You and I are paying for those 180,000 men.
 They might be getting $1,000 a day or more.
 We can't know because if we did, Osama wins.

 Meanwhile, the poor chump soldier gets 
 $1,000 a month and rancid Halliburton food. 

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Libby pardon fits W's world
Dominici breaks from Bush 
WH on Clinton pardons
John Perkins: Jerk, Shill 
O'Reilly dropped in DC
No More Dead Bloggers 
Giuliani overplays 9/11
Poker Paris TV Stuff 
JLH dissed for Kenny G? 


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""If you're going to cheat, take some peroxide for the DNA or do... something."  
    -- Rush the vulgar Pigboy, bravely struggling with that syphilitic fever,     Link

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Libby pardon fits W's world

You weren't surprised were you? You shouldn't have been. Bush's decision to toss out Libby's sentence
was consistent with this administration's approach to blowing Valerie Wilson's CIA cover in the rush to invade Iraq.
What a perfect way for a politician who will never again face the voters to celebrate Independence Day.

Rule of law? Not this crowd. What's a little perjury and obstruction of justice among neocon friends?
Giving Karl Rove the Medal of Freedom may be just around the corner.

On Sept. 30, 2003, Bush said that if there was a leaker in his administration, "I want to know who it is.
And if the person has violated the law, the person will be taken care of."

It's one of the few times Bush has told the truth.
His best friend was the culprit, and he'll be taken care of.

Reminder: Fitzgerald and Libby's judge are both Bush appointees.
Who knows?
Maybe they're Skull & Bones Brothers, too.

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"Bush turns 61 this week. What do you give a man 
  who has everything but a brain, a heart and courage?" 
      -- my good friend Alan Bisbort,      Link

 I wish I could get him to write something for

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Dominici breaks from Bush
 He's up for re-election in 2008


"I have carefully studied the Iraq situation, (Liar) and believe we cannot continue asking our troops
to sacrifice indefinitely while the Iraqi government is not making measurable progress...

Translation: I'm up for re-election next year and I'll lose if I stick with Der Monkey.

Which other senators will break from Bush?

Saxby Chambliss, (R-Gay)
Norm Coleman (R-Already broke)
Lindsey Graham (R-Broke on Immigration)
Chuck Hagel (R-Already broke)
Mitch the Bitch (R-Broke on Immigration)
Immigration is what they call a gay beard - like when Katie married Tom.
   They know Iraq is killing them, but they love blood, violence and death,
   so they break with Bush on Immigration so they can savor their Iraqi bloodlust.
   What's sadder than a Republican addicted to more soldiers in Arlington?

Jeff Sessions (R-Broke on Immigration)
John Warner (R-Half-breaking, other half in Sept)
John Sununu (R-Gay-New Hamster)
Ted Stevens (R-"No! Goddamn it!!!")

Because I'm old, I saw this coming years ago.
Just like with Vietnam, they fall away from the bloody quagmire one-by-one.
They delayed it as long as they could, because they're Republicans,
(Democrats eagerly volunteer to break from their president on the slightest of whims).

But every day they wait to break, another 3 soldiers die.
If you're going to break anyway why not break f-ing NOW and save those soldiers' lives?

If only the Democrats would taunt them that way.
"Every day they deny the inevitable, 3 soldiers die."
Why not accept the facts NOW and save those 1,000 soldier lives?

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White House criticizes Clintons on pardons


The Fascist White House on Thursday made fun of Clinton and his wife for criticizing
Bush's decision to erase the prison sentence of his co-conspirator "Scooter" Libby.

"I don't know what Arkansan is for chutzpah, but this is a gigantic case of it," guffawed Tony Snow.

Snow said of Conyers. "Why doesn't he look at January 20th, 2001?"

Hey, say all you want about the Clinton pardons, but Clinton didn't pardon Mark Rich
because Rich was about to tell the truth about Clinton's crimes that got 3600 soldiers killed.

The facts are the f-ing facts.

If the gelding Democrats would stand and speak the truth there'd be no debate.
But, as always, they're under a table, wetting themselves in fear that Mr. Rove might be angry.

Over the years, lots of people have written to say Karl Rove is blackmailing the Democrats,
and they can't speak up because Karl Rove might expose them and their terrible secrets.

Hey, guess what, Ol' Bart has lived a life of semi-crime but there's not one goddamn thing
that little shit Karl Rove could ever hold over me because I never did anything that f-ing stupid.

I never cheated on Mrs Bart and I never did a crime with a witness present.
Christ, am I the only Democrat who ever watched Law & Order?

It's so frustrating to be the uneducated IQ-of-64 Okie rube, knowing I'm smarter than every
Democrat who's last name doesn't start with a "C."   And my party won't listen to my spot-on,
excellent advice because my name isn't Bob lost-every-election Shrum.

It's frustrating being the third smartest Democrat in America,

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Subject: Morford

Bart, I love Mark Morford for his super-articulated outrage.
He's right up there with Olbermann and the late great Edward R.Murrow.

I like him better than Olbermann.
Keith's good, but he talks like a speech writer.

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John Perkins: Jerk, Con Man, Shill
  by Greg Palast


I remember John Perkins. He was a real jerk. A gold-plated, super-slick lying little butthole shill for
corporate gangsters; a snake-oil salesman with a movie-star grin, shiny loafers, a crooked calculator
and a tooled leather briefcase full of high-blown bullshit.  This was two decades ago. The early 1980s.
I wore sandals, uncombed hair down to my cheap collar and carried a busted ring-binder filled with
honest calculations and sincere analysis. It was Economic Hit Man Perkins vs. Economic Long-Hair Palast.
I didn't stand a chance. The EHM was about to put a political bullet hole through me wider than a silver dollar.

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Subject: Bibxy corn trip report

So, you took him to the Golden Driller.  Yawn.  

The REAL tourist attraction was at Oral Roberts U. -- the giant statue of GOD/JESUS!  
(His hands?  I just remember the praying hands).  Is that still there?

Did you hear about the ORU scandal?
It was a big story locally.

The hands were modeled after Oral himself - he posed for the hand-casting, but it seems
that the hands were shoddily built and the hand on the right started sagging. It got so bad, 
it was almost touching the ground. They argued with the contractors about the best way to fix it, 
but then a teenager climbed the left hand and put a $20 bill on top and the right hand snapped back 
to attention, grabbing that bill before it blew away.

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"This was a brazen political act designed to prevent Libby from telling Fitzgerald more. 
  Bush's loyalty, via Cheney, was already promised long ago. Just read Libby's letter to
  Judy Miller. This was fixed at the highest levels, regardless of the justice system. 
  In retrospect, it's extremely clear."  
    -- Andrew Sullivan, just now figuring out that he's been a Top cheerleader for crooks   Link

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Subject: Cheney

Bart, I support you 100% in your views, but this immigration this really get me.
I am hispanic from S Texas and get to see how this is "really" hurting our country. 

Now this:

Our government is giving our country away bit by bit....

Benny, I'm confused (my natural state)

You say, "I support you, but..." then you bring up the flag issue.
If you know what my position is on immigration, could you please explain it to me?


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"Finally, some good polling news for Bush: A new Rasmussen Poll shows that he isn't the 
  most unpopular president of all time. That distinction belongs to Richard Nixon. 
  The bad news for Bush? He's trailing Nixon by only one point. And with 564 days left
  in his presidency, he's still got plenty of time to catch up."  
     --Tim Grieve,    Link

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It's not that we don't know enough to be enraged. We know too much. About too many things. Our rage is
splintered, spread too thin to be effective. For the past five years, people in this country and around the world
have protested against Bush and Cheney's genocidal assault on two helpless nations. As they prepare openly
for yet another bloody attack on yet another nation, we continue to sign petitions, hold meetings, march against
the corporate machine -- all to no avail. The issues catapaulting citizens into the streets are outrageous -- each one
deserving of a "million man march" on its own merits. However, because we are frustrated by a relentless media
blackout and by the deepening corruption, loss of freedoms and the tightening noose of tyranny, our cries are
little more than a cacophony of discord -- an impotent racket.

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Subject: Katrina funds spent on divorce, football, sex change...

Bart, why don't you tell the truth about this?  

...because I don't have the courage?

Our federal government tried to help the New Orleans evacuees who were too stupid leave New Orleans 
when the hurricane was coming, just like the democrats in Florida that are too stupid to read voting instructions, 
and now they show they are too stupid to know how to help themselves.

Why do democrats need the federal government to take care of them all the time?  

I know you won't print this because it is the truth and you can't print the truth.
 Daren, who doesn't care about black people

Daren, are you saying, "Niggers are stupid?"
That's what I'm hearing - is that what you're saying?

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"Bush is still running a no-fault foreign policy. Iraq is a quagmire, a tragedy of accumulated errors 
that may be unparalleled in American history. Yet the president has not held a single member of his 
national-security team publicly responsible for any of those errors. Seen in that light, the president's 
commutation of Libby's sentence could hardly be less surprising."  
    -- Michael Hirsh,   Link

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O'Reilly dropped in DC

Yesterday, O'Reilly's Washington, D.C. radio station (WJFK,106.7 FM) dropped his show.
I'm sure on Monday when he returns from vacation, the No-Spinster, who is never shy about
telling us about the failure of liberal radio, will be telling them about his own.

Oh, if he does mention it he'll say that liberal talk isn't all that hot in Washington either.
Of course, if I have my math right, "isn't hot" is a lot better than "not at all."

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Subject: Bush's pardon

I guess it is legal to pardon an accomplice, but is it right?
Remember King Bush I headline: Bush Pardons 6 in Iran Affair, Aborting a Weinberger Trial?


His pappy was faster and smarter in pardoning them BEFORE the trial, 
least they divulge incriminating evidence. 

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No More Dead Bloggers

If Rittenhouse Review's Jim Capozzola had remained a Republican, he'd be alive now. He would have been
in a well-paid think tank job, living the high life. (He did, after all, have a masters degree in foreign policy.)
Most importantly, he would have had health insurance for the past six years.

And what did his talent and dedication get him on the liberal side of the political noise machine?
Some free books. A life that, as intellectually stimulating as it was, reduced him to living on the charity of strangers.

I don't know what it is about liberal groups whose leaders assume you should live on air while you give your life
to the cause. Has it even occurred to them how much harder it is to get a "regular" job when you're publicly and
politically active? I guess not. After all, they're already employed.

 I can name at least a dozen well-known bloggers off the top of my head that are in dire straits financially.
I know several with health conditions that could become critical at any moment, and like me, they're living
without health insurance, the Sword of Damocles dangling over their heads.

You can support the people who do keep standing up to the Republican regime - bloggers, the ones
who aren't making a living off this insane labor of love. Go hit those donation buttons!

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Subject: Why I'm pretty sure all US politicians will not stop the Iraq "war"

Bart, Mark C here on Negros Island.....
From my experience with working for the guberment, 8 years military, 15 years civilian....

What I think there is, somewhere secret, locked up is a report stamped NatSec/Top Secret...
And in this report is a directive that a military foothold is to be established in the oil rich ME, 
and that the US shall take and maintain control of that oil at all costs.
I think these things are called "National Security Directives" or some such shit.

So maybe they'll be able to do something with this Libby B.S.....But I really think the reason 
that the Dems don't cut off the war is because they've been informed of this NatSec Directive 
and they've been told not to touch it with anything with teeth.

Unfortunately,  I had an experience with something NatSec issue, and everything nice, 
fair and moral goes right out the window with this type garbage.

Its the beast dealing with its own survival, they don't follow any f-king rules.
But if you ever feel like you've had enough of it Bart, I've got a nice lot out back.
Its got a view of the ocean and Mount Talinis and I'll cut ya a good deal.
Keep Hammering Pare!
Mark C

Mark, I don't think that's the case, but I'm sure it's the goal of the BFEE

We could be one Demo election away from not needing their precious oil.
Why invest heavily in oil when Honda's getting ready to sell hydrogen cell cars?

Iraq wasn't a big concern until Bush set it on fire. The question is: 
Can we afford to turn off our hoses and walk away and let it burn?

...and send me a picture of that lot with the view!

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Subject: I love you, Bart, but, you blew it on the Andrew Sullivan quote

Come on, Bart.  Re-read the link. Unless I'm missing something, this was Sullivan's quote:
"They've raised $5 million in a defense fund. 
 How many innocents on death row have been the object of such attention?"
He might have been a Bush apologist and top cheerleader in the past, but he has changed his ways.
 Mike (a yellow dog Democrat that enjoys reading Sullivan as of late) 

I don't get the "blew it" part.

Sullivan has been Bush's Top cheerleader for 6 years.
Lately, he's begun to see what the rest of us saw in 1999.
Being 8 years smarter than Sullivan means I blew it?

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Giuliani overplays 9/11 card

Giuliani was just six seconds into his speech when he played his campaign trump card: the Sept. 11 attacks.

"I'll tell you the reason I wear this flag," he told supporters at a recent rally here, pointing to his lapel.
"Before September 11, I only wore this flag rarely. But I started wearing it right after September 11.
I wear it every day now. Each time I wear it, it reminds me of September 11."

(How many times can a man say "9-11" in one day?
 Bush and Giuliani should have a contest.)

For Giuliani, 9-11 has become his strongest campaign pitch, as he reminds voters again and again
of the role he played that day.

Reminder: He was walking the streets that day because he didn't have an office to go to.
The idiot, against all advice, but the WTC terrorism office in the WTC.
So when it was hit, all he could do was walk the streets because he had no office.

Today, that office is underground in Queens, where the experts told him to put it in the first place.

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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 3590  3592

They  got 2 more since yesterday.

Who are the braintrusts
that 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.


"By his own words and deeds, he has undermined the truth-finding function of the judiciary, at great harm 
  to that branch of our government. By his words and deeds, he had done great harm to the notions of honesty
  and integrity that form the underpinnings of this great republic. We have lost many things over the past few 
  months: trust in public officials, respect for the rule of law, confidence in the truth of the White House's public 
  statements. But perhaps the most tragic loss has been the steady erosion of our societal standards."  
     -- Sam Brokeback, GOP candidate for president, condemning Bush's crimes,   Link

 Wait, that's not right. 
 Brokeback was condemning Clinton's "crimes" of sex, back in 1999.

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Subject: standing down

Not to state the obvious, but the only thing that can save
the neoconservative agenda at this point is another 9-11.

Just wait.
John in Topeka,

John, you have it all wrong.
Evil men would not kill to stay all-powerfull.

I wouldn't want to live in New York next fall.

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Bernie's dog Bisbee - being patriotic on July 4th


"Of the 25 Republican Senators still in the Senate and who voted that day to convict Clinton 
  for perjury, not one of them has issued a public statement on Libby since it occurred. Not one. " 
    -- Bob Geiger,   Link

 Is there not a single person in America who actually believes in God?
 How do you take a solemn vow with God as your witness and then vote along party lines?

 Is there not a single person in America who actually believes in God?

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The Truth about Kos
 Is it the truth? Or a bunch of allegations?

Thanks to a diary by Stu Piddy, we know Markos spent six months in the CIA.

"In the pre-Internet world, someone like me could never have been successful. I don't have money.
I don't come from a famous or powerful family. I was an immigrant to the United States."

In fact, it seems that none of that may be true. Since Mr. Moulitsas was born in the United States,
he has always been a citizen and could only have been metaphorically an immigrant. But, as a
matter of law, his claim to be an immigrant himself is simply untrue.

In spite of having supported Reagan and Bush 41 in the past, Moulitsas has packaged himself
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Moulitsas also worked for Henry Hyde, who was the US House's chief manager to impeach Clinton.
After supporting the Republicans during the Clinton impeachment, it would certainly represent 
a turn-about if Moulitsas supported a Clinton in 2008.

Is any of this true?

It seems odd that two of the biggest lefty blogs, Kos and Arianna, are run by 
former Republicans who will say anything to discredit our Democratic front-runner.

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Subject: that Daren monkey from yesterday


Had a flood of Monkey mail, eh?   
Darren Phillips, aka bellita1, certainly is a charming, compassionate conservative, rank with terms of endearment, 
and lousy with wishes of health, isn't he/she/it?  (It's 'bellita' vs Darren what makes he/she/it ambiguous.  

bellita* - is that a little belle?)

BTW - You may avoid some diction on the presumption of appealing to a broader audience.  
Don't sell us short as left behind victims of one more failure brought to us by our feckless leader.  
anti-gay slur = homophobic ...;  anti-woman slur = misogynistic ...; anti-fecal slur = scatologic ....  
Although, I concede an element of humour in your presentation.

Alvin, much of what you wrote escapes me - not sure how I sold anyone short.

But I forgot to mention to that Daren Monkey that Bush & Cheney have FIVE DUIs between them.
Cheney has three, Der Drunk Money has two.

So when the flying monkey right goes after Gore's son, all we need to do 
is mention the damn facts - something Democrats almost always fail to do.

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Poker talk

The night of the 4th and last night?
I played seven tournaments on
I won four of them.

I only won about $3 because I can only afford 50 cents tourneys.
But trust me - at the $50 level, they play just as stupid.
They might play this stupid at the $500 level, but I wouldn't know.

People play drunk for serious money online.
If I had a backer, I could probably make a living gambling online.

Paris Hilton playing poker?

No wait - you might find this interesting.

The World Poker Tour Wednesday night ran promos for the WPT Open, (next week)
which was in Los Angeles so any star who wanted to be seen can buy in for, say, $10.000.
They showed Paris playing, but I doubt we'll see her at the Final Table :)

Remember, you can do everything wrong in poker every hand and still win, just like you can
play like a genius and still get knocked out early, which has even happened to me a few times.
But math and cunning are important poker tools and Paris may have left her tool box at home.

However, it might surprise you to know which Hollywood celebrity
is a genius when it comes to playing Jeopardy...

                                         That's right - Cheech Marin.

If you run into him in some airport and he wants
to pass the time paying $5 a question Trivial Pursuit?

You're gonna lose, so save your money.

The Best of Summer TV


Best Returning Show: Kathy Griffin: My Life on the D-List.
A very good show has gotten even better this season.  Kathy's striving to improve her station fame-wise, 
but she explains all the machinations of the entertainment industry to us, the audience, which means Kathy's 
going to have future problems when entertainment industry people see the show.  It does, however, make for 
great television, and it's funny and sad, honest and sarcastic, and just a fantastic show.

Also great TV: Burn Notice

It's part MacGyver, part Equilizer, part Alias, part Mission Impossible, part Dark Angel.
If you like any of those shows, you'll like this one.
USA Network, Thursdays and maybe Sundays.

I've seen two episodes - this is a well-written show that doesn't insult your intelligence.
These days, that's a helluva compliment.

A CIA spy with no money has to survive after they cut him loose.
He takes odd jobs while trying to find out who burned him.
I don't care who burned him - this isn't Lost.
His daily life is damn entertaining - I recommend Burn Notice.

In Defense of Paris Hilton


To a large percentage of the population, it seems that hating Paris Hilton
is a guilty pleasure bordering on a national obsession.

Paris was at the MTV Movie Awards where Sarah Silverman was hosting, and the crowd's response
to her was nothing short of bizarre. When Sarah she mentioned that Paris was going to jail, a huge part
of the crowd started cheering. And kept cheering while they saw her on the big screen cringing in the audience.
It was a mass, group hating.

Looks like I'm not the only one...

During that whole affair, one had to abandon the facts to have a point to argue.
When 30-year-experienced LA lawyers said, "What happened to Paris never happens,"
the wild-ass, Paris haters had nothing to reply with but, "Driving drunk is a dangerous thing."

People couldn't argue the facts because the facts weren't on their side, so they argued the emotion
and showed pictures of dead babies that died in car wrecks that had nothing to do with Paris.

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BCR Show #120 

Tutorial: How to answer a press whore's questions
and how not to answer a press whore's questions.

Every Democrat running for president should
listen to and memorize BCR 120.

With music mortar and comedy, such as:
Kathy Griffin gives it to Paris Hilton,
Jon Stewart gives it to the Catholics and
David Spade gives it to Hollywood boneheads.

Listen to it before you share it
There's a little language in this show.

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