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Friday-Monday  Aug 31-Sept 2, 2007  Vol 2033 - No Way Out

Quote of the Day

"Craig was busted for lewd behavior in 
  the men's room?  Hell, I'm lucky if I 
  can get the hand dryer to blow.'" 
    -- Letterman, 

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Gonzo on Habeas
Arrow GOP's crowded closet
Arrow Bush used Fake Photos HOT
Arrow W's surprise visit to Iraq HOT
Arrow Bush - no decency at all HOT
Arrow Katrina All the Time
Arrow Cross-dressing trial 
Arrow The Abu Ghraib Farce 
Arrow SM Barbara Stoyanoff


"I can respect anyone who chooses to live in the closet on one condition: They don't actively fight
for laws in an elected office that allow for discrimination, hate and bigotry. If Senator Craig needs
(to give a stranger a blow job) every now and then from the men's room, I think that's pathetic,
but ... to each his own and understand, you're going to get caught."
     -- Sara Whitman,    Link

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Gonzo on Habeas
  by Robert Parry

Everyone has their favorite "Gonzo" memory: his endless "do not recalls"; his quibbling
definitions of torture; his dismissive attitude toward the "quaint" and "obsolete" Geneva Conventions.

But my personal favorite was his insistence that the U.S. Constitution doesn't expressly recognize
habeas corpus, the great fair-trial principle of English law that dates back to the Magna Carta in 1215.

"There is no expressed grant of habeas in the Constitution," Gonzales told congress on Jan. 18.
He did acknowledge, however, that there was "a prohibition against taking it away."

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"I want to be perfectly clear: I do not think the hatred against Hillary Clinton is justified.
  I don't begin to understand it. But you can't pretend it doesn't exist, and it will energize
  the Republican base. Their nominee won't energize them, Bush won't, but Hillary as the
  nominee will. It's hard for John to talk about, but it's the reality."
    -- Elizabeth Edwards,  Link

 Another reality is the GOP is going to demonize anyone they run against.
 They'll put horns on Hillary's head and call her the Devil.
 They'll morph her into Osama and say, "Don't elect Osama for president."

 Running against fascist thugs is a contact sport, and we need experienced knife-fighters.
 Does John Edwards seem to you to be an experienced knife-fighter?
 Does Obama seem to you to be an experienced knife-fighter?

 Elizabeth seems to suggest that if we send up a decent, honorable man, the GOP will respect
 that and play fair and not demonize the guy, even tho we already tried that with Gore and Kerry.

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How to Pick Up Girls
by Michael Savage,

Here, the Weiner-Perv is caught red-handed
molesting a wax statue of Barbara Streisand

Audio - Video

The GOP's crowded closet
Time for the right to cure its homophobia
  by Joe Conason


Is everybody gay?

More than a few Republicans must be muttering that question, despite the fervent denial of
Larry "Wide Stance" Craig that he is, indeed, gay. As one embarrassing episode follows another,
with almost predictable regularity, perhaps it is time for Republicans and conservatives to ask
themselves an obvious question: What makes the Republican Party -- and the conservative
movement more generally -- so attractive to closeted homosexual men?

Somewhere in the textbooks of psychosexual pathology there may be a straightforward answer,
so to speak. Does the party draw closeted men because they can hide behind Republican homophobia?
Or does the party promote homophobia as a political ruse while closeted men run the show?

Meanwhile, the GOP keeps insisting being gay is a choice.
So why do so many devout right-wingers choose to be gay?

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"This administration has undone so much. Not unlike the Germans in the 1930s.
  Civil liberties, the environment, replacing all the judges...It's been a grassroots thing.
  Which is what the Nazis did.  Cheney not letting people have access is very Nazi."
      -- Viggo Mortensen, Link

  Click on Viggo for a larger picture

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Subject: Religion & American values

RE: Last issue's Monkey mailer:   Another religious nut that thinks all of us who aren't Jesus freaks
will suffer the righteous judgement of his imagination.

If Kahana would only read further in Romans 2 he would see that his so-called brethern
or "religious" flock (sheeple) that still support the Bush agenda may be the ones that are
ultimately punished for their support of Bush's bad deeds in the world.

Maybe he should also read up on Matthew 7 - especially the part about false prophets of peace
(i.e. Bush) in sections 15-20.  Then he may understand why everything Bush touches turns to shit.

Religious values & American values should not be forced upon other peoples by law or by gunpoint.
True American & spiritual values are worth living and should set an example that others would want to follow.
  Jim in Seattle

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GOP Hooker Countdown

Rachel Maddow reminds us - Karl Rove claimed the GOP's
2006 election disaster wasn't about Iraq, Katrina or Bush screw-ups,
it was about Mark Foley and the other GOP sex scandals.

If that's true, if Karl Rove really wasn't lying this time,
then the 2008 elections could be a massive disaster for them.

Audio - Video

Thanks to Jeff Ball in Cali

The BFEE fights dirty...

Fake Photos Helped Bush-Cheney Lie us into Iraq


Add faked photos to the list of lies told by the Bush-Cheney Administration before its invasion of Iraq.

In a town hall meeting in Bloomsburg, Pa., this week, Rep. Paul Kanjorski, a 12-term congressman,
said that shortly before Congress was scheduled to vote on authorizing military force against Iraq,
top officials of the CIA showed select members of Congress three photographs it alleged were
Iraqi Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), better known as drones. Kanjorski said he was told that
the drones were capable of carrying nuclear, biological, or chemical agents, and could strike
1,000 miles inland of east coast or west coast cities.

Hmmm, unmanned drones that could deliver WMDs 1,000 miles inside America...

That's almost enough to make one want to defuse that threat, unless, of course, you're sure the 
CIA is lying, then you're clear to gamble with those hundreds of millions of American lives.

Should Rep. Paul Kanjorski have called them liars to their faces?
I mean, everyone knew the CIA was lying - at the time - right?

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Mr. Robert Dixon, Executive Director
Move America Forward

Subject: Dear Mr. Dixon,

I'm fascinated that you're starting a "Fight for Victory" tour to support Bush and the Generals' war in Iraq.

You look fit enough and young enough.  How about an outbreak of Patriotism at your Headquarters?
Why don't you join the Marines and go over to Iraq and Fight for Victory yourself?

You're not one of those little yellow belly cheerleaders for war
but refusing to fight, hiding behind momma's apron strings, are you?
 Don the Day Trader

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Bush makes surprise visit to Iraq
 It had to be a surprise - Iraq isn't stable enough to invite guests


The temperature topped 110 degrees as Bush stepped off Air Force One.   A Marine Cobra pilot briefed Bush
about the positives and negatives of current troop rotations. He told the president that troops were not getting
 enough time at home and did not have enough time for training.

"Morale?" asked Bush. "How's morale?"

"Very high sir," the pilot, Capt. Lee Hemming, said.

 If that's true, if morale is "very high" why do they need more time at home?

 The answer is Capt Lee Hemming lied to the president, like all the people Bush talks to.
 Nobody wants to say, "Moral is very low because these men are tired of war and 
they want to go back to their loved ones and their daily lives," so they lie to Bush.

 Soldiers like Lemming are the reason a 12-month tour turns into 15 or 18 months.
 If morale is "very high," why would they need a break?

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Join the Solution



"'Red state' means gay-fearing conservative. So in scarlet-red Idaho, you won't get very far if you're gay.
  You won't be at all happy in the Republican circles if you're anything but a straight arrow, so to speak.
  And don't give me Log Cabin Republicans. They're not very happy. They're gay."
     -- CNN's Bob Franken, speaking for all gay Republicans,  Link

 Not sure how Bob Franken became an expert on Log Cabin Republicans, but if they're not happy,
 they could always leave the GOP and join a political party that doesn't hate them up-front.

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Subject: Bart, What Can We Do??


What the fuck is happening? All the signs point to Bush and Cheney doing the ultimate insane thing
of an already insane presidency--attacking Iran. There are warnings flying all over the place.

If these threats are not merely intended to intimidate Iran (trial balloon sorts of things) and are in fact
harbingers of things that are going to happen soon, what can we do? I don't hear any big time Democrats
objecting -- they're all too intimidated at the thought of being called traitors by Hannity, Rush and Coulter.
(Why haven't they figured out that those assholes will call them traitors no matter what the Democrats do?)

An attack on Iran would be a catastrophe, possibly the start of World War III. So what the fuck can we do, Bart?
Is it time to hit the streets? Can anything be done now?
 Joe Miller

I doubt you and I can do anything, but Reid and Pelosi could warn Bush that any attack on Iran would
seal his fate in history as the Worst President Ever by giving Bush the BIG FREEZE on any legislation
that he might try to get thru congress in the next year or so - leaving the bloody quagmire his sole legacy.

But they won't do that because they're too timid and scared.

With Rove gone, you'd think they'd get a little braver, but noooooooo.

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ha ha

Subject: Things I was happy not knowing about

They say that ignorance is bliss and the Senator Larry Craig incident has shattered my ignorant bliss.

I've used the restrooms at airports for some 30 years without even considering that guys were in there
trying to pick up other guys for sex. I was very happy not knowing anything about this and now when
I walk into a public restroom I'm going to be aware of what Republicans might be doing around me.

The innocence of just going to the bathroom is now gone.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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Hayden says, "Declare yourself - Register to vote!"

Are you registered to vote Democrat?

Have you no sense of decency?

   heh heh


Shortly after the Petraeus lies are presented, Bush will be presenting the latest bill for the surge
- an estimated $50 billion on top of the $147 billion Congress just voted for continuing the war.
That will bring the ongoing tab for Iraq to near $15 billion a month.

Or, as they say, in for a penny, in for $1 trillion, and please ignore the fact that we can't find the money
or the leadership needed to repair our own failing air traffic control system, our aging infrastructure of
roads and bridges and sewer and water systems, health insurance for the 47 million Americans who
don't have it and can't afford it, or our military forces and equipment, which have been stretched
beyond the breaking point by endless combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.

"I don't give a fuck..."

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Bush - Katrina All the Time


Two years ago, Americans watched in horror as a great city drowned, and wondered what had happened
to their country. Where was FEMA? Where was the National Guard? Why wasn't the government of the
world's richest, most powerful nation coming to the aid of its own citizens?

The levees were breached Monday morning - but as late as Thursday evening, New Orleans "still had no
visible government presence," while "corpses lay out in the open among wailing babies and other refugees."

Meanwhile, federal officials were oblivious. "We are extremely pleased with the response to this terrible tragedy,"
declared Michael Chertoff, the secretary for Homeland Security, on Wednesday. When asked the next day
about the situation at the convention center, he dismissed the reports as "a rumor" or "someone's anecdotal version."

It must've broken CNN's heart to run the pictures of what was happening in New Orleans.
After all they'd done over the years to candy-coat Bush's crimes and mistakes, the pictures
told a horrible truth that the CNN press puppies couldn't spin as "another Bush victory."


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Subject: Craig

Louisiana has a Democratic governor. 
Idaho has a Republican  governor. 

Do the math.

Bart, if Craig resigns, his replacemenet will be appointed by a Republican Governor.
If Vitter resigns his replacement will be appointed by a Democratic Governor.

That's why they stand behind Vitter, but not Craig.
It's easy.

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Bush: 'troop cuts possible' 


Bush said on Monday his top officials in Iraq had told him the present level of security 
could be maintained with fewer forces if what he called "current successes" continued. 

             A few of Bush's 'current successes'

"Petraeus and Crocker tell me if the kind of success we are seeing continues, it will be possible 
to maintain the same level of security with fewer American forces," Bush told the fawning reporters.

So - the soldiers are stuck in Iraq until the Democrats agree that there have been "successes?"

Did Karl Rove ever leave?

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Subject: Craig should not resign


Here is find myself defending a Republican Senator. I am beside myself, but my principles have got the better of me. 
The guy pleaded guilty to misdemeanor disorderly conduct. Since when is that enough to demand that a Senator or 
Congressman resign? Yes, he is a big fat stinking hypocrite and a closet case, but those are hardly resignable offenses. 

Make no mistake about it, Senator Craig is being hounded out of office because he is a homosexual Republican and 
a closet case. Should every misdemeanor offense be impeachable? Bush and Cheney and Kennedy and a hundred 
other DUIs go out. Yeah, the guy is a repugnant pig and I wouldn't vote for him, but I wouldn't vote for him because 
of his policies and positions, none of which have changed. 

None of us, straight, gay, black, white, Jew, Catholic, commie, Dem or Republican will ever have any real freedom 
as long as a bunch of fundamentalist homophobes can run one of their own out of office for being queer. I'm not happy 
with the disorderly plea, but it's a disorderly plea, no one has ever been run out of a Senate seat for this before. 

This is a step backward, even for a hypocritical closet case like Craig.
 Daniel W

We should all write him letters, urging him to stay.
It might be fun if he hung around... :)

The GOP is holding  in Minneapolis.
I think they all want a crack at that infamous Men's Room Stall.

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Larry Craig is a nasty, naughty boy

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Subject: Bart, have you seen this?

Bush Restricts Travel Rights of More Than 100,000


The freedom to travel of more than 100,000 Americans placed on "watch" and "no fly" lists
is being restricted by the Bush-Cheney regime.

Citizens who have done no more than criticize the president are being banned from airline flights, 
harassed at airports', strip searched, roughed up and even imprisoned, feminist author and political 
activist Naomi Wolf reports in her new book, "The End of America."(Chelsea Green Publishing)

"Making it difficult for (Bush enemies) to travel is a classic part of the fascist playbook," Wolf says.

Yep, that's the playbook they use, The Fascist Playbook, the one Adolph and Prescott wrote.

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America's Gay Fixation

 Whore Post

Why do you think Americans care so much about an "issue" that ignites so little controversy in Europe? 
Why are we alone in the developed world in our intense distress about the fact that a minority of people 
are erotically attracted to members of their own their own sex rather than to the opposite sex?

I would have felt deeply sorry for the blockheaded senator (how could he possibly have thought he 
could keep such an arrest out of the papers?) if he were not one of those moralizers who wants to police 
everyone else's sex life. How terrible it must be to live an entirely life at odds with your deepest desires, 
and how terrible it must be for a woman to know that she has been living with such a man for years.

You watch - the GOP will send him Tom Hagen-like messages to "Do the right thing" and kill himself.
to save the GOP from further shame. Then they can say the Democrats killed that poor gay Republican.

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From: thediehard

Subject: Lying Larry

How about we target another dangerous jackass?

James Inhofe -- "Possibly  the dumbest senator ever" -- is up for re-selection next year.
Do we really need a psycho who still maintains that global climate change is a hoax and that
"God's Will" should be taught INSTEAD of science, who said all the "suspected terrorists"
being tortured "must have been guilty, or they wouldn't be there?"

Inhofe's response to Larry Craig propositioning a total stranger in a public bathroom
(hey, NOBODY SANE cares who someone not your own spouse has sex with,
so long as they're a consenting adult, but bumping uglies with a total stranger
in a public bathroom?  That's just NASTY)
was "Nobody in MY family has ever been a homosexual!"

(Um, how would he know?
Did he follow his greatgrandparents around to see everyone they had sex with?
Does he follow his grandchildren around and spy on them?  That's a little disturbing, man.)

Maybe, with enough national public attention, we could get the voters and recognize a lunatic
when they see one foaming at the mouth.  Or maybe we could find a whore ugly enough and
desperate enough to be seen with him.,

Whatever.  It's past time to put a spotlight on Inhofe.

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Subject: Romney and foreign cars

So Mitt Romney and his posse all drive high-end foreign cars?
Who would have thought a Republican would engage in hypocrisy?
I am shocked, shocked, I tell you.

What's next, closeted gay Republicans? Oh......what's that you say?
Some guy named Craig........well, ok, never mind.

I've been wondering, do you suppose all the kids who were officious
hall monitors in middle school grew up to be Republicans?

Gary, I'm sure that's it.

They can't stand to see someone else having fun.
They can't stand that some people enjoy sex, so they condemn it.

They think about cancer patients smoking pot and they scream, "This must stop!"
They see people playing poker, and pass laws against it.

The Fascist Republicans think it's their job to stamp out all the fun because,
the Invisible Cloud Being wants us to be miserable - so He sent us Republicans.

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Bart! I just signed up and voted for you-there's 21 now!
Actually, that is a cruddy amount of votes.
Where are your supporters? Come on, people! Vote for Bart!
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Bart, I guess you have 18 people that can figure out how to vote on that site.
I tried and I can't.   Maybe some instructions?

I agree - we liberals have trouble clicking on a link.
Asking us to navigate a site is like watching Der Monkey at a Geography bee.

I think you scroll down to the drop box for "Pick a category"
then go back up top and hit "Submit."

So far, we got 3 hits for "Best Religion Blog."

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If Senator Craig were Gay

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Nigerian court tries 18 for cross-dressing
 Sounds like they need a good lawyer

       "I'll be their lawyer!"


Eighteen Nigerian men accused of dressing up as women during a party at a hotel
went on trial Tuesday before an Islamic sharia court in the northern state of Bauchi.

Dozens of residents shouted abuse and hurled stones at the men as they were escorted
into an armored prison vehicle after the hearing, prompting police to fire tear-gas at the crowd.

The men, mostly in their 20s, were arrested in a Bauchi hotel on August 4. Police say
they were dressed as women, which is illegal under the state's sharia penal code.
Muhammad Bununu told reporters the accused were "addressing each other
as women and dressing themselves as women."

The offence is punishable by up to a year in prison and 20 lashes by cane.

 "Wait, is that with fun whips
    or that nasty kind of whip?"

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"We have a real distaste for some of the things Bush has done. But to let that be
  the driving force for our actions to block the surveillance of someone and perhaps
  stop another attack like 9/11 would be unwise."
    -- Rep. Lincoln Davis (D-Tenn.), who voted to allow Dubya to spy on all of us,  Link

 Typical idiotic Democrat, allowing Bush to frame the black-and-white issue in his terms.

 Bush can spy on anyone he wants - as long as he keeps records so we can see who he's spying on.
 If he's spying on the bad guys overseas - fine - but that's not what he's doing. He's spying on Hillary
 and Obama and old girlfriends - and if he's not, why can't we know who he's spying on?

 Democrats - stupid and cowardly at the same time.


"We can do this, but you have to keep in mind Republicans care more about catching
  Democrats than catching terrorists. They have spent years taking Roosevelt's notion
  that we have nothing to fear but fear itself and given us nothing but fear."
     -- Rep. Rahm Emanuel, one of the few Democrats who's not stupid or cowardly,   Link

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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 3,735....3,739

We lost  4 more since last issue.

Why didn't Bush know better
than to get 3,739 soldiers killed?


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.

Bartcop Radio Show 126 should be up Tuesday night

Nothing much has happened since the last show...

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Subject: donation

Bart, I got the radio and it is well worth the price of admission... Thank you....
Now down to business...

Why aren't the Democrats taking the pervert sex thing and running with it?
Like to the end zone?  Don't Republican's even do girls anymore?
This could be sooo much bigger if the handjob media would do their f-ing job.

Me myself would be terrified at even entering an airport restroom. Is anyone addressing My pain?
You're right. Guys blowing each other in public facilities. It's hard enough at that advanced age to
start the stream without some Republican Senator tapping on your foot......

 yr. pal,

PS. Anyone that enjoys you for free would really get a kick out the radio show... Dude. It's worth it......

 Paul, thanks for that.

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Abu Ghraib Farce
  by Sam Provance (NCO at Abu Ghraib from 9/03 to 2/04)

I had the bad luck to be on the 2000 to 0800 night shift. And so I saw the detainees dragged in
for interrogation, heard the screams, and saw many of them dragged out.

Watching Act I of the faux-trial of Lt. Col. Steven Jordan last week at Fort Meade, Maryland,
confirmed my worst suspicions. I know Jordan; I was in place for his entire tenure at Abu Ghraib,
including when prisoners were being tortured; he was my immediate boss.

Enter from the wings Maj. Gen. George Fay who was handpicked to run interference for Rumsfeld
by conducting the same kind of "full and thorough investigation" that Nixon ordered for Watergate.

Great article - try to find time to read it.

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