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BCR 126 is here!

Wednesday-Monday  Sept 12-17, 2007  Vol 2038 - Six Years of Fear

Quote of the Day

"Bush has diverted troops, money and equipment 
  from the hunt for bin Laden since late 2001." 
    --Tom Lasseter and Jon Landay,  Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Neck Deep: Colin Powell
Arrow GOP Gay Love Murder HOT
Arrow GOP on shaky ground 
Arrow Beware the Lame Duck HOT
Arrow A Truth about Bush 
Arrow Bush's sugarcoating
Arrow Iraq fires Blackwater HOT
Arrow Tony Snow - Liar 
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"Bush has operated on an entirely different concept of power that relies on minimal deliberation,
  unilateral action and legalistic defense. This approach largely eschews politics: the need to explain,
  to justify, to convince, to get people on board, to compromise."
     -- Jack Goldsmith,   The Terror Presidency,

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Neck Deep: Colin Powell
  by Robert Parry

Colin Powell is again again raking in big bucks as a motivational speaker.  Given Powell's role in marketing
the Iraq War through a deceptive speech at the UN in 2003, one might have thought that a chastened Powell
would be devoting his skills and energy to stopping the carnage he helped start.

But to expect that would be mis-reading who Colin Powell really is. He was always less a true leader
and patriot than a carefully crafted image of leadership and patriotism.

During his public life - from the Vietnam War (when he helped cover up My Lai) through his bureaucratic
strivings in the Reagan-Bush era (when he pulled strings to ship U.S. missiles to Iran in the Iran-Contra scandal)
to his stardom as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs and Secretary of State - his career came first.

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Used with permission


"I found it interesting that on the tape, Iraq was mentioned..."
    -- Dubya, on Osama backing him up on the importance of the Bush quagmire,  Link

"Why didn't Bush react with fury to evidence that bin Laden is still alive?
  Why didn't he tell Americans not to listen to a word that vile mass murderer said?"
      -- Dan Froomkin, Link

Good question - why are Osama's and Bush's objectives parallel?
Why does Osama send a tape whenever Bush needs help to keep America in this quagmire?

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GOP Gay Love Murder


Patrick McHenry is allegedly another hypocritical closet queen waiting nervously for his moment on the national stage.

And yesterday BlueNC gave Rep. McHenry's closet door a nice, loud jolt. In a scandal that will prove to be far
bigger than South Park's outing of Tom Cruise (covered in great depth and detail by Wikipedia), it looks like
there is a connection between McHenry and a murderous Republican homosexual love triangle/escort service.

The murdered gay Republicans include Ralph Reed's purported ex-lover, Ralph Gonzalez (former head of the rabidly
homophobic Georgia Republican Party), David Abrami and McHenry guy-pal Robert Drake, the shooter. All three
were found last week in a murder-suicide in an Orlando apartment.

According to right-wing website, the North Carolina Conservative "All three men were active in Republican politics."
They mention that Drake is "an associate" of McHenry's but don't define that. He is alleged to be an associate of
quite a few younger men, some of whom are gay and some of whom are just gay-for-pay.

I think we're being reminded why tapping a man's shoe is just a misdemeanor.

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We were warned

Sept 15 protest in DC


"Let's face it, if the mothers ruled the war,
  there would be no goddamn wars in the first place,"
     -- Sally Field, censored by FOX not for language, but for not loving Bush's quagmire,  Link

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Subject: no male hotties on

Please Bart, no male hotties.
Ms. Grower says it will only encourage Republicans to cruise your site.

Maybe I should do a fake "praise Dubya" site with lots of male skin.
I could make millions and funnel that into

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GOP war support on shaky ground
 Election 2008 will be a disaster - they don't care


Republican support for Bush's quagmire remained on shaky ground in Congress but wasn't lost after
a four-star general recommended keeping some 130,000 U.S. troops in the country through next summer.

With Gen. David Petraeus scheduled to testify, many up-for-reelection Republicans said they still were uneasy
about the lack of political progress in Iraq. But they also remained reluctant cross Bush, no matter how lame he is
or home many thousands of soldiers must die to prop up his failed legacy.

"I think people recognize the surge (in U.S. troops) has made a difference," lied Rep. Ray LaHood, R-Ill.,
among the nearly dozen House Republicans who would rather stepo down and retire than tell their
war-mongering president to stop the daily drip, drip, drip of lost and squandered American lives.

"There's going to continue to be endless funerals," he would've said if he were honest, adding that he would like
to see a more drastic drawdown of troops, but he hates timetables so he'll just let those troops die..

Democrats had anticipated that a larger number of Republicans by now would have come to their senses and turned
against Bush on the war because of grim poll numbers and the upcoming 2008 elections. Without their support,
Democrats repeatedly have fallen short of enough votes to pass legislation ordering troop withdrawals because
there's not a Democrat on the f-ing Hill who's ever heard of the word "filibuster."

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I watched his testomony (after they finally figured out how to hook up the mic) even though I knew
it would be nothing but lies. Instead of starting out by telling us what we wanted to know, Patraeus copied
the style of that idiot at the most recent mining disaster and he went off on a long-ass history of the Middle East.

He was never going to tell the truth, the Democrats were fools to allow Bush to say,
"Let's give the surge a few hundred lives to work and see what happens."

Then Petraeus shows up and says, "Trust me, we just need more  time  dead soldiers.
If you stick with us for enough  time,...dead soldiers (January 20, 2009) we'll win - someday."

By the way, don't take this to the bank, because I've been wrong...
(I accidentally slandered Frank Rich last week - sorry Frank, I got confused)
But I think I saw a report on TV about how THREE star General Petraeus was so gung-ho
on Bush's quagmire that he was made a FOUR star general as other generals retired.
Then FOUR star General Petraeus was so gung-ho on Bush's quagmire that he was
made a FIVE star general as other generals retired.

It appears that fucking up and backing the boss's failed ideas are the keys to success.
I heard 20 times how Petraeus was "the man" and "the soldier's soldier," and it pissed me off
because it seems he got to be so "respected" just because he agreed with Bush.
He's "Heckuva job Brownie" in a uniform, but you can't criticize a soldier in wartime
so Bush's latest crony gets a free pass and, no doubt, the Medal of Freedom for fucking up.

Where are the military families?
What's keeping the families of the dead soldiers silent?
Is Cindy Sheehan the only grieving parent who wants to stop the carnage?

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Subject: Didn't mean to hurt your feelings...


Obviously, you feel you've been treated unfairly about being told it's objectifying women
by putting up the article about "men staring at breasts".

Treated unfairly?  No, maybe "misunderstood."

All these young women in beauty contests are encouraged to wear low, plunging necklines
and invite stares, so they'll win the contest!  From the day women are born, they are told that
they'll get further if they are sexy.  They are not encouraged to be "intellectuals".

But women will go farther if they're sexy, or at least professional.
That's why attractive women read the news to us and get the office promotions.

I don't want to devolve into the way men are or what social norms they have been exposed to.

The truth can get ugly.

I also understand that men may not "realize" what they say or how they say it may be taken as offensive.
But if someone points out that it is offensive, then that needs to be looked at and acknowledged,
not only by the person who said it by but others in the community as well.

What if we disagree?
Can a man be honest without being a pig?

BTW, when Fabio was on the cover of 300 romance novels,
did millions of women owe us men an apology for objectifying the male form?

...and how does Tom Cruise get work?

Intention or reason is not the focus. Sexism is harmful whether someone meant it to be or not
and that is what needs to be addressed. Excusing sexist behavior will not help it go away but
acknowledging it and being more aware of it in our interactions with others will minimize it and
that is a good thing for everyone involved.

That would depend on how you define your terms. American Heritage Dictionary defines sexism as:
The belief that one sex (usually the male) is naturally superior to the other and should
dominate most important areas of political, economic, and social life.

You didn't see anything like that on this page.  Men and women like to look at pretty girls.
People who want to denigrate that bit of human nature should expect to meet resistance.

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Beware the Lame Duck


For the next sixteen months, his Administration is the executive branch. It still runs the occupation of Iraq,
approves or vetoes laws and budgets, makes political and judicial crony appointments, issues federal regulations,
negotiates breaks treaties and trade agreements and controls a network of surveillance and law enforcement
agencies. Indeed, thanks to the implementation of the "unitary executive" I-am-king theory and the unprecedented
use of signing statements, Bush may be the most powerful and dangerous President in history."

So, Bush "may be" the most powerful and dangerous President in history?"
Are you sure you want to go that far out on the limb?

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"Despite talk of a possible bipartisan compromise in the Senate, the decision on how
  and when to disengage from Iraq will almost certainly fall to the next president."
     -- Neil King, "Democratic Impotence",  Link

The Democrats were too gutless to throw any punches when Bush was hurt and on the ropes.
Instead, they stood there and waited for Bush to fall - and he didn't.

How many more thousands of soldiers will die because the cowardly Democrats
refused to stop the blood-thirsty Monster in the White House?

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"A lot of people come up here and thank Jesus for this award.
I want you to know that no one had less to do with this award than Jesus."

FOX censored her, too.
We can't allow an agnostic comedian's opinion, can we?


A Truth about Bush


Instead of breaking up the fight, he tries to soothe his low self-esteem by dividing people.
When one group tires and can't fight anymore, he finds some other play group to divide
and he smiles as they assuage his bruised ego.

I see a pattern. George encourages people to fight for his pleasure, make bets of political
capital on the outcome, and then euthanizes them when he gets bored.

Now that I see it, it's all clear. George is the Michael Vick of politics.

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Audio - Video

Subject: RE: Rape of Women Solders

Statements like "The women's soldier's greatest fear is being raped by their fellow soldiers."

This is typical antimilitary baby killer propaganda.
You and your whole website are a load of Garbage.
So far from reality that you don't even know what it is.
 Mike Madden

So, the women who volunteered to serve their country are lying?
They signed up to go to Iraq so they could frame the military?

You might have a point, because rape in wartime is unheard of.

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  United States V. George W. Bush et al.

by Elizabeth de la Vega

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Iraq revokes Blackwater's license
Who will Bush get to murder for hire in their place?


The Iraqi government said it was revoking the license of an American security firm accused of involvement in
the deaths of eight civilians in a firefight that followed a car bomb explosion near a State Department motorcade.

The Interior Ministry said it would prosecute any foreign contractors found to have used excessive force in the
Sunday shooting. It was the latest accusation against the U.S.-contracted firms that operate with little or no
supervision and are widely disliked by Iraqis who resent their speeding motorcades and forceful behavior.

Underscoring the seriousness of the matter, Kinda Sleazy Rice planned to call Maliki to express regret and
assure him that the U.S. has launched an investigation into the matter to ensure nothing like it happens again.

ha ha
Make her stop!
We invaded their country, raped their women and stole their assets,
so count on us for a fair and legal investigation of who is responsible?

Interior Ministry spokesman Abdul-Karim Khalaf said eight civilians were killed and 13 were wounded when
Blackwater bastards opened fire in a predominantly Sunni neighborhood of western Baghdad.

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Subject: Wes Clark for Hillary

Today, I am proud to announce my endorsement of Hillary Clinton as President of the United States.
She has earned the support of millions of Americans in her campaign for president -- and today
I am pleased to count myself among them.

The world has reached a critical point, and we need a leader in the White House with the courage, intelligence
and humility to navigate through many troubling challenges to our security at home and abroad. I believe Senator
Clinton is that leader, and I whole-heartedly endorse her for President. Senator Clinton and I share a worldview
in which diplomacy is the best first-strike tool in our arsenal; in today's complicated global system, the United States
should be making more friends than enemies.

I hope you'll join me in supporting Hillary Clinton. And I hope you'll continue to be active here at WesPAC
as we support many candidates up and down the ballot in 2008, and continue to speak out on the issues.
I'm proud to endorse Hillary Clinton for President of the United States. But I'm not going anywhere,
and I hope you're not either. We have a lot of work to do in the months and years ahead to get America
moving forward again -- and I need you with me.
 Wes Clark

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Babak Dehghanpisheh:  I don't know of any Westerners who stroll the streets of Baghdad,
      and unless you do have a convoy of Humvees or choppers to back you up for protection,
      then I think it would be suicidal.

Cenk Uygur: You think it would be suicidal? So, if you're a Westerner, the idea of going out
      for a stroll in Baghdad, your chances of getting killed or kidnapped is incredibly high?

Babak Dehghanpisheh: I would say it's a hundred percent.
      --Newsweek's correspondent Babak Dehghanpisheh, telling the truth about Bush's ParadiseLink

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Subject: WPE a hit in Colorado


I got a HUGE positive reaction wearing the WPE shirt to the Breckenridge Art Festival
in Colorado over Labor Day. It made me proud to be an American.

Keep it up with the swinging.


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Cherry-picking and sugarcoating


Give the president credit for this: As he laid out his strategy for Iraq Thursday night, he managed
to avoid accusing Democrats of undercutting the troops, and he invoked memories of 9/11 only once.

The rest of our report card: Not so good.

From the start to the finish of his live-from-the-Oval Office, "Can we all just get along" presentation,
George W. Bush cherry-picked and then sugarcoated many of the "facts" he presented about the state
of affairs in Iraq. Maybe the president didn't lie, exactly, but he didn't really tell the full truth, either.

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Subject: Sept 15th march in DC

bart, the march was my 3rd protest in my 47 years (all under the same moran president
who is always out of town and does not listen to "we the people ").

I got there 3 hrs early to take pics and soak up the atmosphere
it was great

i talked to people from all over the country who had driven long hrs to express their dissaproval of TWPE
i did get interviwed by Japanese and French media
in both i did complain about the lack of reporting by our US media.
i said when i get back to Ohio there will be NOTHING about this march in the newspapers or on t.v. and i was right
C-span was actually showing the measly 50-100 counter protesters which really made me sick

we had over 100,000 marching for peace (most people said between 100,000-300,000
they had a single file line for 3 blocks and i saw the washington paper gave equal coverage to both the next day.

i got to hug cindy sheehan and i told her we are glad you are back
she let me get my pic taken with her and the man who took the pic
i guess did something wrong cause no pic was there when i looked
(thanks to her for being so nice though and thanks to him for nothing!)

it was a great protest
even if it is like it never happened with our worthless media


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Bush plays Zappa

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In his own words: 'I will not withdraw even if Laura and Barney [his dog]
are the only ones supporting me.' To this end he will do and say whatever is necessary."
    -- Graham Allison,

 Poor Pickles - when she vowed "for better or worse,"
 she had no idea how bad "worse" could get with that Monkey calling the shots.

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Tony Snow on 'liberal' reporters


I do think there is something to the fact that, in general terms, members of the press tend to be more liberal.
That's just the way it is. If you doubt it, just look around and think how many people in this room voted for
a Republican the last time around. On the other hand, it is not something where reporters get into the business
to be anti-Republican crusaders. I don't think that is true at all. I just think that sometimes there is, to quote
Cool Hand Luke, 'a failure to communicate.'

Is Tony Snow lying or crazy or both?

IF the case can be made that reporters are more liberal (That case has NOT been made.
Some right-winger did a survey and "discovered" that 4 of 5 reporters were liberals and
the lazy-ass whore press took that as gospel, like Gore saying he invented the Internet)
wouldn't it be because the reporter graduated college and has more brains?  People with brains
tend to be liberal, while anti-science, anti-fact knuckledraggers tend to vote for Republicans.

That's how Rush got so big - by saying the "pointy-headed know-it-all elitists from Harvard"
keep making mistakes and that the uneducated, man of the Earth knows better.

Take ADD, for example: Get a medical doctor and a Harvard-trained Teacher with a PhD and they'll
both say ADD is real. But the vulgar Pigboy says, "All those kids need is a good slap in the head."

Why bother to get an education and learn the facts from experts when you can sit behind a microphone
and scream insults at the experts and make $30M a year?

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"At times, bin Laden comes off like an angry blogger chastising Americans for electing
President Bush twice and the Democrats for not doing more to stop the Iraq war."
    --CNN Justice Correspondent Kelli Arena comparing bin Laden to an 'angry blogger',Link

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Iraq is "a small price to pay"

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Subject: Wes Clark endorsing HER

Some are speculating it could mean a She-Clark ticket.
My guess is he'll be Secretary of Defense.

Clark at the Pentagon and Big Dog at the State Department would go a long way
to fixing Iraq and in general, your country's standing in  the international community.

Greetings from Mexico.

Wes Clark knows a winner when he sees one
and I think he'd make a fine Secretary of Defense.

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Greenspan: Invasion was about oil


The man once regarded as the world's most powerful banker has bluntly declared that the Iraq war was 'largely' about oil.

In his long-awaited memoir, Greenspan, who served as chairman of the US Federal Reserve for almost two decades, writes:
'I am saddened that it is politically inconvenient to acknowledge what everyone knows: the Iraq war is largely about oil.'

Greenspan's damning comments about the war come as a survey of Iraqis, which was released last week,
claims that up to 1.2 million people may have died because of Bush's hardon for other peoples' oil

So, the smartest Republican in the world figured it out?.

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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 3,771....3,782

We lost  11 since last issue.

How heartless would you have to be
to get 3,782 soldiers killed for 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.

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5. He is a nasty, bad, naughty boy.

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NYT's Friedman's Addiction to War
  by Norman Solomon

Reading his "Letter From Baghdad" column in the New York Times this week, you'd never know
that Thomas Friedman has a history of enthusiasm for war.

Now he laments that Iraq is bad for the United States -- "everyone loves seeing us tied down here"
-- stuck in the "madness that is Iraq." And he concludes that the good Americans who have been sent
to Iraq will not be deserved by Iraqis "if they continue to hate each other more than they love their own kids."

The column, under a Baghdad dateline, is boilerplate Friedman: sprinkled with I-am-here anecdotes and
breezy geopolitical nostrums. For years now, the man widely touted as America's most influential journalist
has indicated that his patience with the war in Iraq might soon run out.

But, like the media establishment he embodies, Friedman can't bring himself to renounce a war that he
helped to launch and then blessed as the incarnation of virtue.

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