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Weekend-Monday  Sept 29-Oct 1, 2007  Vol 2047 - GOP Stench

Quote of the Day

"I don't even remember the details of his plan."
   -- Fraud Thompson, asked how his Social Security 
       plan differs from Dubya's,   Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Hillary Prods Bush
Arrow Gingrich: No spanky HOT
Arrow Giuliani Blackballed? HOT
Arrow HRC the New Old Gore? 
Arrow The Phony Troops HOT
Arrow Dave mocks Paris 
Arrow Bush & Ahmahanjob
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"The mob I faced carried no ropes or guns. Its weapons were smooth-tongued lies spoken 
into microphones and printed on the front pages of America's newspapers...But it was a mob
all the same, and its purpose -- to keep the black man in his place -- was unchanged." 
    -- Clarence Thomas, bitter and angry because he got caught,   Link

 On 60 Minutes, Slappy says he threw his Catholic faith in the gutter after some Catholic idiot said
 he was glad MLK got shot. He found his faith again when Anita Hill told what she knew.

 Sounds like Slappy's faith is just like everyone else's - non-existent.
 He whips it out it when he needs something.

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Hillary Prods Bush to Go After Iran
  by an excited Robert Parry

Hillary Clinton and 75 other senators apparently feel that Bush hasn't been belligerent enough toward Iran.
They want him to hurry up and label a large part of Iran's army an international "terrorist" entity for allegedly
supplying Iraqi insurgents with bombs that have killed American troops. Despite a warning from Sen. Jim Webb
that the Senate vote could be read as another war resolution, Clinton jumped onboard the bandwagon,

Clearly, Robert Parry is no fan of Hillary's.

Subject: The woman scorning

Robert Parry. He's one of your longtime heroes, isn't he, Barty boy? 
Perhaps you should really listen to him.
 Richard, yearning for Bart's Size 11 boot.

Hillary Prods Bush to Go After Iran

I think Parry runs the most important site on the Internet.
I was surprised to see Parry's personalization of the senate vote.
Seventy six senators voted for that resolution - perhaps Hillary's signature was extra large?

I sent an e-mail to Robert asking for some clarification. 
I know he's a busy man, but maybe he'll see that and have time to answer.

Either a nuked-up Iran is a problem or it's not.
My guess is that it is.

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"Certain Americans found themselves more outraged by's ad about General Betray Us
than by the illegal, immoral, murderous war that renders our country less secure and earns all Americans 
the well-deserved hatred of much of the world. Unfortunately, feckless congressional Democrats - put into
office, in order to end the war - have found it easier to pander to the moral turpitude of certain Americans 
than achieve the goal for which they were elected. Moreover, when it comes to dealing thoughtfully with 
Iran, these feckless Democrats proved themselves no more judicious than certain xenophobic Americans." 
    -- Walter C. Uhler,      Link

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Subject: Hillary

Good god, man-wake up!  Neither Hillary, Barack  or Edwards would swear to getting troops out before 2013! 

This has been blown waaaay out of proportion by our whore media and the left-wingers.
Haven't you ever heard that "never" and "always" are two things you can never promise?

Did you notice that Hillary included the insurance companies in her health plan? 

Oh, we're changing subjects, already?
Why is it bad to include the insurance companies when talking about insurance?

Kucinich, by comparison, would drop the age restrictions for Medicare and insure 
everyone at birth (with no insurance companies skimming the cream).  

IF the insurance companies are supposed to write the checks,
we have to allow them to make some "cream" now and then.

And since Hillary's hell-bent on proving to people who will never vote for her how tough she is, 
this war is tailor-made for her. 

Our side can't win the White House with a dove during wartime. 
She's doing what she needs to do to defeat the Fascist bastards.

You keep saying that you're tired of "our side" losing-what makes you think that she's on "our side"?

You don't mean that.

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Springsteen tears Bush
a new one live on the Today show
and they didn't censor him.

"I know it's early, ...but it's late."

Audio - Video


"The First Amendment failed and the American press failed the Constitution. We were jingoistic. 
And that was a terrible failing. I'm asked the question all the time: What happened to my old paper, 
the New York Times? And I now say, they stink. They missed it. They missed the biggest story of 
the time and they're going to have to live with it" 
    -- Seymour Hersh, on the whore media's selling out to Bush,   Link

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Gingrich says no to a HRC spanking


Newt Gingrich will not run for president in 2008 after determining his ass couldn't take the spanking.

"Newt is not running," spokesman Rick Tyler said.

Gingrich decided "to continue on raising the challenges America faces blah, blah, blah," Tyler said,
"rather than getting his ass kicked by a girl.

Over the past few months, Gingrich teased the hopeless Republicans that he might enter the
crowded-yet-vacant GOP field, despite the months of indecision.

Smart move, Newt.  You can tell your party's getting rolled.
Why be the poor bastard who leads them into the Little Big Horn?

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Religious right to blackball Giuliani?


A powerful group of conservative Christian leaders decided Saturday at a private meeting in 
Salt Lake City to consider supporting a third-party candidate for president if a pro-choice 
nominee like Rudy Giuliani wins the Republican nomination...

"The conclusion was that if there is a pro-abortion nominee they will consider a third party," said the person, 
who spoke to Salon on the condition of anonymity. The private meeting was not a part of the official CNP 
schedule, which is itself a closely held secret. "Dobson came in just for this meeting," the person said."

Wouldn't it be cool if they went with Alan Keyes?

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Subject: movie - The Kingdom

Hey Bart,
Just saw "The Kingdom."  
The opening credits are fantastic and give a quick overview of the Mid-East situation in about 90 seconds.  

I noticed though, that "Game Plan"  out sold "the Kingdom."  Are people that blasé about what's going on
in the middle east or do you think that they just want to stop thinking about it.  It's an important movie and
it's exciting with lots of blow up action, so there is no excuse to avoid it!  ( not you, the general public).
 Jeff B

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"A new Fox News poll shows Hillary expanding her lead in 
  hypothetical match ups with every Republican presidential candidate."
      -- Political Wire,

The whore media won't like the winners picked so early.
Look for them to fabricate some stories in an attempt to remain relevant.

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Subject: Blackwater


Is anybody else worrying about what the Blackwater-types are going to do when they get back here
- or are probably already gearing up to do? I mean, here are hired right-wing nutcase thugs with more 
weapons than most armies and their own air force, and they're above (or beneath) the law, loyal only 
to money, their owners, and Bush/Cheney.

I don't know about you, but it makes me kinda jumpy. I somehow don't see them selling their 
armadas on ebay or at some NRA fundraiser and just fading away.

We take some bitter comfort in the fact that Bush/Cheney can't use our troops against us because 
they're either in Iraq or exhausted, but they don't need to. They have their own army and air force.
Seems kinda obvious to me, yet it hasn't been mentioned.
 Liz Mac

I don't like the idea that Bush has his own private army, either.
Our soldiers are getting pennies to die for oil but these mercenaries are damn well-paid.
If Bush makes 40,000 private soldiers rich they may be loyal to him instead of America.

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Now Petraeus Admits to Rise in Iraq Violence 


Gen. Petraeus, safe from the glare of the TV lights, acknowledged today that violence had increased 
since Sunni Arab militants declared an offensive during the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

"Certainly Al Qaeda has had its Ramadan surge," Petraeus said in his first comments to reporters since
he returned from Washington to give lawmakers a status report on the war in Iraq. But he said the level 
of attacks was "substantially lower" than during the same period last year.

The Army general said he saw no need to revise the projections he presented to Congress this month 
for a gradual withdrawal of the additional forces deployed to Iraq as part of the troop buildup. 
He did not provide figures. 

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The nag, the witch and the media


Hillary's strong lead with Democratic female voters has undermined the media myth that women might be 
toughest on a Clinton candidacy. But there's one group of women Clinton is still having a hard time with: 
female pundits. I winced Sunday when I read Maureen Dowd calling Clinton a "nag," and Joan Vennochi, 
in the Boston Globe, comparing Clinton's suddenly controversial laugh to the cackle of "hens" and "witches." 
If David Brooks or David Broder started throwing around terms like witch or nag when talking about Clinton, 
they'd be castigated as sexist throwbacks, but Dowd and Vennochi can get away with it? To be fair, both 
female columnists could try to argue that they were just playing off male doubts about Clinton, but the two 
nasty columns served to reinforce stereotypes, not dispel them.

Maureen Dowd will do everything in her power to stop Hillary.
She lied like a Persian rug before Hillary had power.
Think how savage she'll be after Hillary takes the oath.

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"America is facing a health care crisis ... in that the Democrats are trying to provide health care. 
Every Democratic candidate has a plan to just give away health insurance. From Obama, Edwards 
and Hillary's mandatory coverage plans, which would all be funded by repealing Bush's tax cuts, 
to Mike Gravel's plan of rummaging through pharmacy dumpsters, which he would pay for by 
playing the saw on the subway."   
   -- Stephen Colbert    

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Supporting the Phony Troops


Oh, yes, a bigger shame than the 16 people killed and 43 wounded in Blackwater-related shootings 
in the same week that Petraeus and Crocker were delivering their bizarre "Weekend at Bernie's" testimony 
as to the viability of the war effort in Iraq. This was also at roughly the same time Bush was crowing about 
how normal life is in a nation that he visits perhaps twice a year under heavy security and staying tightly 
swaddled in the Green Zone. All this sudden (or suddenly reported) uptick in mercenary war crimes would 
have made a tragic postscript to The Nation's Jeremy Scahill's book Blackwater had its publication been 
delayed until the end of the year.

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"That's going back in history. I don't remember the details of it."  
    -- Fraud Thompson, asked about the Terri Schiavo case,  Link

 I'm not sure I understand Thompson.

 Is he dumber than a bag of rocks or is he dumber than a box of hammers?

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Subject: Hillary, Bill and Bush


This pretty accurately reflects the way people think at dailyKos.
It reflects my position as well.  Kos didn't tell me how to think.

ha ha
You just go there for the positive re-inforcement, right?

His site attracted me because the consensus there seemed to agree with me.
I think that right now, a lot of folks have the idea that to bring in Hillary brings back Bill.
But Bill ain't comin' back.  I also think that there will come a time before the national election
when folks start getting a little uneasy about the idea of putting a former president in the roll of "First Lady."

I don't agree with that last view, but I'd bet about 90% of your neighbors do.
 Jim H.

Well, my neighbors handle rattlesnakes, so let's not go by them.

BTW, I thought that Kos link was horse hockey.
I think you like any link that dumps on our next president.

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Is Hillary the New Old Gore?


The Democrats can't lose the White House in 2008, can they?

Some 13 months before Election Day, the race's dynamic seems immutable. Americans can't wait to evict 
the unpopular president and end his disastrous war. As the campaign's poll-tested phrasemaking constantly 
reminds us, voters crave change above all else. That means nearly any Democrat might do, even if the nominee 
isn't the first woman, black or Hispanic to lead a major party's ticket.

The Republican field of aging white guys, meanwhile, gets flakier by the day. 
So nothing can go wrong for the Democrats. Can it?
Of course it can

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O'Reilly - He's Coming Up Your Nose

by the Young Turks

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"All nations should tackle climate change in the ways they deem best."  
    -- Condi, telling the world that America will not lead on this subject,  Link

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Subject: Rush Limbaugh

My brother is one of those 'phony soliders' who doesn't agree with the war.
And he is getting ready to ship out AGAIN to the Middle East.

And I served, my sister served, my father served, and my uncle died because of Viet Nam.
None of us believe in was -- all of us are phony soliders, huh??

Rush is a f-ing pimple on the ass of every solider who ever wore the uniform!

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"Whenever I hear anything described as a heartless assault 
  on our children I tend to think it's a good idea."
     -- William Kristol, watching Bush's threatening to veto Childrens Health Insurance,  Link

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Rude Dave mocks Paris



After answering a handful of "slammer" questions, Paris asked Dave if they could "move on."
Dave said yes, but kept peppering her with "slammer" questions.  After a while, Paris asked Dave 
again if they could "move on." Dave said yes, but kept slamming her with more rude questions.

After repeated attempts to get Dave to try a different subject, Paris said, 'Now you're making me 
sad that I came because you're hurting my feelings' and she stopped speaking entirely.

Dave kept boring in, but whe he saw the tears welling in her eyes, he finally gave up.
He knew the crowd wanted to see Paris humiliated, but after a while it was just ugly.

Dave can be a real dick sometimes and it has cost him some A-List guests over the years.
There's a difference between being funny and being Sarah Silverman.

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Dump Harry Reid

Harry Reid needs a new job - one that doesn't affect our future.
Here's what you can do:

E-mail and ask that they initiate a call for Reid to step down.
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When we elect a Democratic president, she'll need 67 senators on her side to get stuff done.

Dump Harry Reid

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The religious right's political power ebbs


Palm Sunday two years ago was a glorious day for Christian conservatives. A president who'd proclaimed 
Jesus his favorite philosopher was racing back from vacation to sign a bill rushed through a compliant 
Congress at their bidding - a last-minute gamble to keep alive a severely brain-damaged woman in Florida. 
That, however, was the peak of the Christian conservatives' political power.

Today, their nearly three-decade-long ascendance in the Republican Party is over. Their loyalties and priorities 
are in flux, the organizations that gave them political muscle are in disarray, the high-profile preachers who led 
them to influence through the 1980s and 1990s are being replaced by a new generation that's less interested 
in their agenda and their hold on politics and the 2008 Republican presidential nomination is in doubt.

According to a new documentary on HBO, the porn movie Deep Throat started the Religious Right movement.
Nixon was in trouble in 1973 so he started railing against porn as a cure-all for the problems such as the 
Vietnam War and rising inflation. So the crazy-right got together with the religiously-insane.

Actor Harry Reems was arrested for playing a character on film, that was a first.
He asked his lawyer, "Am I going to prison for 5 years?"
His lawyer said, "If a Republican wins in 1976, yes."

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Uncle Thomas thinks funny 



Writing about Harper Lee's "To Kill a Mockingbird," Thomas says that Robinson, on trial for raping a white woman, 
"was lucky to have had a trial at all" after having been saved from a "lynch mob's rope." Writing a dissent in Hamdi v. 
Rumsfeld in 2004, Thomas said that the president of the United States has unfettered power to declare a citizen an 
enemy combatant and hold him indefinitely without charges. "Undeniably," Thomas wrote, "Hamdi has been deprived 
of a serious interest, one actually protected by the Due Process Clause. Against this, however, is the government's 
overriding interest in protecting the Nation. If a deprivation of liberty can be justified by the need to protect a town, 
the protection of the Nation, a fortiori, justifies it.

In other words, when a Republican is president, the Constitution only applies sometimes.

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"Certain Americans seem incapable of understanding how ridiculous Rush Limbaugh sounded 
when he asserted that service members who advocate U.S. withdrawal from Iraq are "phony soldiers." 
They never thought to ask: 'How could he possibly know?  He's never served in the US military.'"  
       --Walter C. Uhler,  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 3,801....3,804

We lost  3 soldiers since last issue.

Bush beats the war drums, 
buries 3,804 soldiers 
and calls it "winning?"


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.

Bush, Ahmadinejad & Authoritarianism
  by Nat Parry

In contrast to the vitriol directed at Ahmadinejad for daring to even step foot in New York, Bush was
essentially given a free pass over his many hypocritical statements in his address to the General Assembly.

Virtually no one in the U.S. media spelled out what the individual rights were in the 1948 declaration
- presumably because Bush had violated so many of them - nor did the American press corps delve into
the conflict between the UN and the Bush administration over its alleged human rights abuses.

The fact that the UN has long called on Bush to adhere to international standards in his "war on terror"
was largely ignored by the U.S. media in its coverage of Bush's speech.  There was no mention, for instance,
of the UN's call in February 2006 to shut down Gitmo, and either bring the detainees to trial or release them.

I'm so sick of the whore media saying, "We dropped the ball on Iraq. We failed to ask tough questions,"
then they turn around and do the exact same thing again and again and again.

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