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Quote of the Day

"Obama, he's a piece of shit. I told him 
  to suck on my machine gun. Hey Hillary! 
  You might want to ride one of these into 
  the sunset, you worthless bitch."
    - Ted "I'd rape a nun" Nugent, Video

 The GOP enjoys the most eloquent spokespeople.

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Homegrown Hysteria 
Arrow Seeking Willie Horton HOT
Arrow Tortureboy Resigns 
Arrow Hillary's Resume HOT
Arrow GOP Cheating in Cali HOT
Arrow Hating Hillary full-time 
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"How will America survive the twenty first century without a permanant Republican majority?
  The same way a baby survives without a steel-toe boot kicking her in the face every seven seconds."
      -- David Rees in the new Rolling Stone,

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NYPD's Homegrown Hysteria
  by Nat Parry

Written by Mitchell Silber and Arvin Bhatt, the Aug. 15 report recommends increased police attention
"to identify, pre-empt and thus prevent homegrown terrorist attacks." The report was promptly hailed
in the U.S. news media. (Newsweek called it "insightful.")

What makes the report troubling to civil libertarians, however, is that it lowers the bar for fighting terrorism
to simply the possibility that some domestic Muslims might be influenced by jihadist Web sites, and it applies
lax standards to target Americans of a specific religious faith as prospective terrorists.

Yet - except for the fact that Muslims have become all-purpose political whipping boys - there is little
indication that disaffected American Muslims represent any more significant threat than, say, alienated
white males, right-wing Cuban-Americans or inner-city gangs, and quite possibly less.

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"Bush's surge was supposed to create the political space for national reconciliation.
  Instead the politics have reached total gridlock, while the security situation remains
  essentially unchanged. By the President's own measures the surge has failed."
    -- Ilan Goldenberg, National Security Network,   Link

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"Bush is frustrated, but there are no ready alternatives to Iraqi PM al-Maliki, and his opponents
  lack the votes to replace him. What's more, the country remains so fractured along sectarian and
  ethnic lines that it's doubtful that any other politician could do a better job under Iraq's current system."
    -- Robert Reid,  Link

 Remember a week ago Bush said it wasn't up to "Washington politicians" to replace Maliki?
 Why is that?
 It was Bush who decided to invade Iraq and murder it's leaders,
 so why should he shy away from replacing the puppet who replaced the last puppet?

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Seeking Wollie Horton
 by Paul Krugman


So now Romney is trying to Willie Hortonize Rudy Giuliani.  And thereby hangs a tale of American politics
past and future, and the ultimate reason Karl Rove's vision of a permanent GOP majority was a foolish fantasy.
Romney, who pretends to be whatever he thinks the G.O.P. base wants him to be, is running a radio ad
denouncing New York as a "sanctuary city" for illegal immigrants, an implicit attack on Mr. Giuliani.

Strangely, nobody seems to be trying to make a national political issue out of other horrifying crimes, like the
Connecticut home invasion in which two paroled convicts, both white, are accused of killing a mother and her
two daughters. Oh, and by the way: over all, Hispanic immigrants appear to commit relatively few crimes - in fact,
their incarceration rate is actually lower than that of native-born non-Hispanic whites.

Boy, the GOP sure gets a lot of mileage out of their good friend Willie Horton.
I think they should have Willie speak at Nazi-Con 2008.

Oh, and guess what - Nazi-Con 2008 is in Minneapolis, where Bush's ignoring our infrastructure
just downed a bridge that the GOP delegates will have to drive over, so Bush is pushing the Minnesota
highway department to get that f-ing bridge fixed and in place so the Fascist dogs can delivere speeches
about why cutting taxes is more important than investing in our roads and bridges.

Good luck with that one, guys.

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"Bush's speech Wednesday actually managed to shock. You might think that, in wartime,
  a president would acknowledge what no one denies is a terribly grim decision in front of us.
  But no. There is no gray here; no awful decision for the least worst option; not acknowledgment
  of his own moral culpability for such a disaster. There is instead an accusation that those who
  reach a different judgment about the course of the war are, in fact, enemies of the troops."
    -- Andrew Sullivan, always good for an anti-Bush quote, unless he's gushing praise on him,  Link

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Subject: Pres Candidates Forum - video streaming today and tomorrow

Five presidential candidates confirmed they will take part in discussions of key domestic issues
before representatives of the International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers (IAM)
on August 27 and 28 at the Disney Yacht and Beach Club in Orlando, FL.
The schedule for the IAM?s Conversation with the Candidates is as follows:

Mon. Aug. 27, 3:30 pm     Hillary
Mon. Aug. 27, 7:30 pm     Duncan Hunter and Mike Huckabee
Tue.  Aug. 28, 7:30 pm      John Edwards and Dennis Kucinich

The candidate conversations will be moderated by Erin Moriarty of CBS News.

The event will be streamed, live, from the web site. 
Streaming provided by

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Puerto Rico: Bush, Out of Iraq now!


A call by Puerto Rico's governor for a U.S. withdrawal from Iraq earned a standing ovation
Saturday from a conference of more than 4,000 National Guardsmen.

Gov. Anibal Acevedo Vila said the U.S. administration has ''no new strategy and no signs of success''
and that prolonging the war would needlessly put guardsmen in harm's way.

''The war in Iraq has fractured the political will of the United States and the world,'' he said at the
opening of the conference. ''Clearly, a new war strategy is required and urgently.''
Acevedo said sending more troops to Iraq would be a costly blunder.

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Subject: Hayden Panettierre

Bart. thank you for the Hayden Panettiere pic - and all 52 pages of her over at BC Hotties.
I've enjoyed watching her ever since I first saw her, about a year ago.  Little did I know that
she was just now turning 18.  Does that make me a child predator?  According to the law it does.

Just think, 99% of all the men who have seen her over the last year are guilty of lusting after her.
MSNBC could have done a special on us where Chris Hanson walks into our living room and asks us
why were lusting after teenager Hayden. Isn't this the exact same thing  everyone did with 16 year old
Britney in that catholic schoolgirl uniform shaking her stuff in that video "Baby [Screw me] One More Time"?
What is your opinion?

Pictures of Hayden Panettierre are always near the top of the "What's hot?" search engines,
so her turning 18 allows Bartcop Hotties to get in on that feeding frenzy.

As far as the morality of it, it's a good thing that when Bush turned the federal government into the
biggest Peeping Tom voyeur in the history of the world, he failed to get into thought crimes.

The Catholics made watching a girl walk by in a bikini a Mortal Sin, punishable by an eternity
of flames burning the "sinner," which is another reason why nobody wants to be a Catholic anymore.

God gives men hormones, then He wants to torture you for all eternity for having harmones.
When I was a little kid I knew there was no God because as a third grader, I could figure out
a better system than that - how smart is God if 8 year old Bart could do a better job?

Legally, it's an atrocious nightmare because the same people who make the sex laws
make the drug laws and those laws are designed to please the non-existent Cloud Being.
Insanity is a bad foundation on which to base laws.

Did you hear about that kid (black, of course) who's doing hard time because when
he was 18 he enjoyed the sins of the flesh with his girlfriend, who was 17?
Georgia law called that "statuatory rape," which is stupid even for Georgia.

But anyone who'd try to bring logic and common sense to our 18th century sex laws
would be called a pervert and be drummed out of politics, so the insanity remains.

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Tortureboy Gonzales resigns in disgrace

   "I did some bad things..."

We may never see his like again. Well, at least not until the confirmation hearings for his successor.

Alberto Gonzales, the Justice Department's master of disaster, has resigned as U.S. Attorney General.
Whenever there's been a Bush administration scandal, the president's longtime confidante has been there
-- from torture to warrantless surveillance to the U.S. attorney firings that ultimately proved to be his downfall.

If the Democrats had any brains or any balls...
...and there's really no reason to complete this sentence, but some might be curious,
they would tell Bush NOT to stick another crooked crony in there who will
rubberstamp whatever crimes Bush wants to commit as he sees the end coming.

No to Ted Olson, the crooked crony who helped murder the Gore Adminsitration.
No to Michael Chertoff, the crooked crony who helped Bush drown New Orleans.
No to any of the Fascist bastard Neocons who got us into this mess in the first place.

How about somebody NOT on the Bush payroll, like former senator Ralston Purina?

"I'm too honest for this bunch..."

He has a record of honesty, something this gang of thugs could use right now.

But we'd be fools to expect the Senate Judiciary Committee to do their damn jobs,
since they are anchored by the gutless, spineless rubberstamp with the Batman fetish.

"I'll give you 2 more weeks, 
and then I'm getting tough!"

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"The Lincoln Bedroom is not for rent." 
    -- John Edwards, desperate for traction and burning bridges,  Link

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Subject: Helicopters and wreckage

Greetings, oh "ball peen" one,

I was a Crew Chief and doorgunner in Viet-Nam and Cambodia while Nixon was telling my 
parents I wasn't there. You get experienced really quickly in a war zone at many unusual talents. 

One is deducing from the wreckage, what brought a chopper down. One of the first (maybe the first) 
one that went down in Iraq was billed, initially, as an accident and then-quite a while later-as a result of enemy fire. 
You an tell if it was shot down by .50 cal or S.A.M. missiles or whatever by entry holes, shattered panels,etc. 
They knew immediately about that first one (so many tearful deaths ago) and they know about this recent one. 

A downed chopper would be such an inconvenient truth 
in the middle of such a succesful "surge" wouldn't it now?

P.S.  Recently saw a lumbering CH 47" Chinook "being shot down on a You Tube segment taken from some
jerk off terrorist web sight. These birds were dangerous enough in Viet-Nam but the fact that weapons exist 
(courtesy of us) that can bring down Blackhawks makes it insane to use birds that became liabilities the moment
the first hand held rockets were developed. Be prepared for more "chinook" fatalities as well.

JC, that sentence in bold says it all.
Just like with Tillman, they go with the lie to let the story cool off.

Then, in October, you'll see a tiny column buried on Page 44 that says,
"Oh, that chopper back in August? Turns out it was insurgent fire that brought it down,"
but by then, nobody will remember which chopper accident they're talking about.

This Bush government?
The only thing we know for sure is that they're lying to cover something up.

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"These are a hundred-year-plus records that are being shattered." 
    -- Victor Murphy, National Weather Service, on a heat wave in the South and flooding in the Midwest, Link

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Subject: Iraq question

Bart, please help me with this question.
What are we doing in Iraq that UN forces can't do?
 Robert C

Bush wanted to kill Saddam and steal Iraq's oil.
The UN has no such motivations.

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The Great Iraq Swindle
How Bush Allowed theives to loot the U.S. Treasury

How is it done? How do you screw the taxpayer for millions, get away with it and then ride off
into the sunset with one middle finger extended, the other wrapped around a chilled martini?
Ask Earnest O. Robbins -- he knows all about being a successful contractor in Iraq.

In 2003, Robbins retired to work for Parsons, a private construction company looking to do work in Iraq.
A few months later, in March 2004, your company magically wins a Bush contract to build the Baghdad
Police College, a facility that's supposed to house and train at least 4,000 police recruits. But two years
and $72 million later, you deliver not a functioning police academy but one of the great engineering
clusterfucks of all time, a practically useless pile of rubble so badly constructed that its walls and ceilings
are literally caked in shit and piss, a result of subpar plumbing in the upper floors.

Now see, *I* could've built a College of feces and urine for just under $3 million,
but the BFEE's motto is "Never steal anything small," so they went for the gold.

The worst part is the spineless Democrats. They'll do nothing, take no action, hold nobody responsible,
so the next time the GOP steals power they'll steal more and do an even worse job, knowing there's
no penalty for stealing trillions and getting caught - thanks to the Democrats who want to be polite.


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Hillary's Resume


It's often echoed in the netroots that Hillary lacks the necessary experience to be President
unless it's Monday.  Then "progressive" conventional wisdom tell us our candidate doesn't need
no stinkin' experience as long as he has superior judgement. O k!

But just in case anyone else still counts experience as a criteria (seven days a week),
here is partial resume of Sen. Clinton.

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Subject: Somalia II

Why doesn't it occur to some of the dumb Dems that Shrub 
might pull a Somalia on the incoming Democrat President? 

He will invade Iran just before leaving office. 
Then the rebub assholes can write books and make movies 
on how the new administration fucked everything up.

They've done it before...
Not much the Dems can do if Bush pulls the trigger.

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Why they hate Hillary
  by Jill Zuckman

Richard Collins, a wealthy Texas philanthropist, businessman and political aficionado, heaps praise on 
the woman he has set out to destroy - Hillary.   "She looks like a winner," said Collins, sitting in his high-rise 
office with sweeping views of the city. "She's run a good campaign, very consistent, no mistakes."

But make no mistake about it: Collins is just one in a vast army of professional "Hillary haters" who are 
banking on Clinton becoming the Democratic nominee. Like the Swift Boat Bastards, Collins and others 
are searching for that which will crystallize the way voters think and feel about her. And not in a good way.

Collins is the force behind, a humorous and snarky Web site.

I could kick's ass without working up a sweat.
Think what the Clinton machine will do to little punks like that.

Besides, don't you think the voters are tired of cattle futures from 1978?
Is the GOP up for a fight where the other side hits back?
Can the well-defended truth beat a clumsy pack of lies?

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Subject: blackmailing Democrats

Dear ol' Bart - I just found out that cell phones can be put into 'diagnostic mode' by the snoops (remotely) 
and your cell phone will transmit every sound it can pick up back to the snoops. An old-fashion landline can 
become a listening device by the snoops just dialing a number. THAT fact was in a cia trading film narrated
by Charlton Heston himself. 

Your printer has a dot pattern visible under uv light that is a fingerprint-if you turned in your warranty card 
or purchased the printer with a credit card then your handouts and flyers can be traced to you.... It goes on and on. 

Think of the methods we don't know about....

The wonderful activist site "" has the facts on these matters. Any democrat (and all repugs) 
with something to hide has been compromised for sure. Hell-any normal person has something they could 
be compromised on!  I wonder if the 'goodguy snoops' are getting stuff on the bad guys or am I fantasizing 
that there might be 'goodguy snoops'.
 Larry in Antelope, CA

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GOP Cheating in Cali
 I wish more people would write about this

 Whore Post

California Republicans are floating a ballot initiative that would change how the state awards
its 55 electoral votes, a whopping prize that Democrats have come to regard as theirs.

Under the current format, the winner of the state's popular vote takes all electoral votes. 
The initiative proposes to award one electoral vote for every congressional district a 
candidate wins, with the statewide winner getting two more electoral votes.

"It has a gut-level appeal to it," said Kevin Eckery, a GOP consultant supporting the initiative, 
which would be put before voters in June. "It sounds fair, and it is fair."

Hey, screw that!
What could be more fair than the guy with the most votes wins?
You didn't want to play that way in 2000, so you bastards cheated.

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"This occupation, this money pit, this smorgasbord of superfluous aggression 
  is getting more hopeless and dismal by the second. The only person I know 
  who believed Iraq was improving was killed by a sniper in May." 
     -- Alex from Frisco, Texas, north of Baghdad, on his blog,

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Subject: Death of a Classic

Dear Bart:

My classic Rambler got stolen and sent to China.
From there, the  story takes on a hideous and tragic underpinning.

The freaking Chinese chopped the old 'Rambler' into a thousand pieces and shredded  the tires.
The tires were classic old Michelins. Bastards! They burned the shredded tires in one of their pollution
machines and after they gutted the "classic", they took the wiring  and sold it back to Bill Gates. Bastard Gates!

I hate Microsoft and  Gates. Why in hell would Gates buy stolen wiring from the Chinese?
No wonder Microsoft isn't worth a  plate of "chopped" chow mein.

Any-who, you rock bro and here's a shot of Casadores Blanco lifted in your honor.
 Don in Gaza Strip, Utah/Nevada

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Subject: Shot glasses


Received the shot glasses and the other wonderful goodies in the mail yesterday.
The glasses are SWEET.
I have a bottle of Chinaco and I am going to have a shot of nature's nectar.
Just wanted to say thanks and keep up the hammerin'.

Ed, just to be sure - you don't want to down the shot like they do in the old TV westerns :)
You want to sip it super-slow, maybe 2 drops at a time.

You'll get tons more flavor that way and it'll last an hour.

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Bush's Nafta superhighway
 Why do people say this exists?


Radio sensing stations to track traffic and cargo up and down the I-35 NAFTA Superhighway corridor
are being installed by Communist China, operating through a port operator subsidiary of Hutchison Whampoa,
in conjunction with Lockheed Martin and the North America's SuperCorridor Coalition, Inc.

If a four football fields-wide super highway ran thru Oklahoma,
don't you think we dumb Okies would know that this highway exists?

Is this highway invisible?
Or is it only seeable from a mothership of some sort?

I thought this was a kookie-left myth, so why is it on WorldHandjobDaily?

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

Bush is stealing $220,000,000 every 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 3,725....3,732

We lost  7 more since last issue.

Who is the genius who got 3,732 soldiers killed?

by Wizard of Whimsy

Look at a calendar - any calendar.
Now, the next time you look at a calendar,
we'll have 4,000 dead soldiers so Bush can steal Iraq's oil.

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.

NFL: Houston 28, Dallas 16
 I loved watching it happen

           "Go away, boy, you bother me..."


Perhaps all this foolish chatter about the Cowboys playing in the Super Bowl will cease
after the raggedy performance they turned in Saturday night.

They couldn't run or stop the run. And the special teams were awful.
Actually, they looked more like Dave Campo's Cowboys...

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Bush Fails Upward in 'War on Terror'
 Like he's done all his life, every failure brought him reward
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If a business provided inferior goods or shoddy services, it is likely that the business would go belly up.
Yet when Bush makes a blunder, the more its citizens reward his failure with further money and authority.

For example, after Bush exacerbated the worldwide threat from Islamic terrorists by invading and occupying
two Muslim nations, spied on Americans without warrants - which is both illegal and unconstitutional - to
"urgently" combat such terrorism, and then saw its Attorney General dissemble about the espionage program,
Congress has actually rewarded the administration for its actions.

Afraid of being labeled "soft on terrorism" after an administration report cleverly stoked public fear by hyping
al Qaeda's regrouping, the legislators not only granted the administration legal authority for such warrantless
domestic spying, but widened it to include cases in which terrorism is not suspected.

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I need your best price on 1,000 high-quality, regular sized bumper stickers, white text on black.
And is it cheaper if I get 2 diff sets of 1,000 stickers each?   I got slogans in my head :)

Who can give me the best price with a sample of their work?

 No, Bart, there are no Democratic printers who want to make money

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