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Tuesday  Oct 9, 2007  Vol 2052 - Queen of the Low Blows

Quote of the Day

"He said he wanted to be the first 
  mob president of the United States."  
    -- Kathy Livermore, Rudy's girlfriend in 1963,   Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow The Israel Lobby HOT
Arrow "It's over, George"
Arrow The damage is done
Arrow Dobson's Rudy Problem HOT
Arrow Torture' Revelations HOT
Arrow Why Housing went Bust 
Arrow Another GOP Toilet Dater 
Arrow Dems Enable Bush 
Arrow Lindsay's Rehab Focus


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"Can someone tell me what controversial procedures have been used at Guantanamo Bay? 
As far as I'm aware there is not a shred of hard evidence - and certainly no proof - that torture 
or even enhanced interrogation methods have been employed there. You can argue that it's unfair 
to hold unlawful enemy combatants indefinitely (but then you really need to suggest what else 
should be done with them) but I don't see how you can simply say: 'Well, bad things happened 
at Abu Ghraib therefore let's assume that bad things have been happening at Guantanamo, too.'"  
      -- Cliff May, Bush butt-licker,   Link

 Obviously they're being held at Gitmo so no American judge can help them.
 If they were housed in Florida, it would be illegal to torture them, so they use Cuba.

 Who's going to stop them - Castro?

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The Israel Lobby
 by Ray McGovern

The fear factor is non-partisan, you might say, and palpable.

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee brags that it is the most influential foreign policy 
lobbying organization on Capitol Hill, and has demonstrated that time and again, and not only on Capitol Hill.
Nowhere is the Lobby's power more clearly demonstrated than in its ability to suppress the awful truth 
that on June 8, 1967 during the Six Day War:

Israel deliberately attacked the intelligence collection ship USS Liberty, in full awareness 
it was a U.S. Navy ship, and did its best to sink it and leave no survivors;

Scores of intelligence analysts and senior officials have known this for years. That virtually all of them 
have kept a 40-year frightened silence is testament to the widespread fear of touching this live wire.

On Sept. 26, 2006, I gave a talk on Iraq to an overflow crowd of 400 in Springfield, Missouri.
When I mentioned The USS Liberty, I found myself looking out at 400 blank stares. The USS Liberty? 
I asked how many had heard of the Liberty attack. Three hands went up; I called on the gentleman nearest me.

Ramrod straight he stood:

"Sir, Sergeant Bryce Lockwood, United States Marine Corps, retired. I am a member of the USS Liberty crew, Sir."

You could hear a pin drop for the next 15 minutes, as Lockwood gave us his personal account 
of what happened to him, his colleagues and his ship on the afternoon of June 8, 1967.

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Used with permission

"It's over, George" 
 ...and that's your friends talking


George, listen up. Concentrate. Even your idol, Abe, would now call it quits. He would conclude that 
though he once had virtually no hope of winning this war, he now has absolutely no hope of winning this war.

That, at least, is what he'd conclude after ripping this morning's headline from the wire: "Top Iraqis Pull Back 
from Key U.S. Goal" -- followed by a lead that confirms the worst: "For much of this year, the U.S. military 
strategy in Iraq has sought to reduce violence so that politicians could bring about national reconciliation, 
but several top Iraqi leaders say they have lost faith in that broad goal."

That's it, George. That's the ballgame."

Watch TV on a Sunday morning and every pundit will tell you that Bush is just running out the clock,
that he's going to dump his bloody quagmire into the lap of the next president - but that's 15 months away.

We're going to lose 2-3 soldiers a day for the next 15 months - and nobody cares?

If our military doesn't mind making that sacrifice for Bush's pocketbook - why should we?
If they want to continue to worship this braindead monkey - should we stand in their way?
If the military families line their 17-year olds up and say, "It's all for you, George," 
should we worry about them if they're not going to worry about themselves?

It's like a perverted fraternity hazing - each time Bush sends five Marines to their deaths,
I'm hearing them say, "Thank you, Sir, may we have another five deaths?"

If they don't care - should we?

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Subject: Thanks re Huffington

Finally! Someone who realizes Arianna Fluffington may be a mole.
I was amazed no one found how quickly she turned her coat to be the slightest bit unusual.

Thanks for continuing to rub people's faces in reality.
  John Fitz

Anyone who says Hillary's goons are worse than Bush's goons is lying.

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A sign in Athena's front yard


"Hillary would be president of a major college or a candidate for the Supreme Court 
  if she hadn't mortgaged her principles to follow her husband to Arkansas and beyond."
   -- Andrew Sullivan, who (apparently) has never been in love       Link

 I followed Mrs. Bart to (...choke) Oklahoma...
 Does that mean I mortgaged my principles?

 Why do supposedly intelligent writers like Bareback Andy write such shitty crap?  
 Is it because they can't challence Hillary on her political positions?

 Isn't there anybody who can attack her fairly?


"Sullivan's anti-Hillary rants are getting old. He finally admits he was wrong about the war, 
but it never seems to occur to him that the same bozos who sold him on that also sold him on hating Hillary. 
And I've seen enough "Barack Hussein Obama" comments to know that they will savage him 
just as they did Hillary. We've got to ask which candidate has the balls to fight back and I've 
got to say that I think Hillary does."  
     -- Teresa,    Link

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Rush's Dumbest Quotes

"I am addicted to prescription pain medication."
    -- Rush, always the victim,

"Feminism was established so as to allow unattractive women
  easier access to the mainstream of society."
    -- Rush, who paid his last wife to stay longer,

"She comes to me when she wants to be fed. She's smart enough to know she can't feed herself.
  This cat has taught me more about women, than anything my whole life." 
     -- Rush, on the uselessness of women,

"Hillary sounds like a screeching ex-wife." 
     -- Rush, an expert on scheeching ex-wives with three of them,

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Subject: Bart, I have a joke for you

Knock knock!

...who's there?

Killed all those soldiers!

Killed all those soldiers who?

George W. Bush!

I see where you were going, but that joke still needs some work 

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The damage is done


So what happened when a Blackwater goon fatally shot a bodyguard of Iraqi VPl Abdul-Mahdi? 
The goon, who had been drinking heavily, had left a Christmas party in the Green Zone last year 
when he was confronted by the Iraqi guards. According to reports, he opened fire, killing an Iraqi. 
The goon was spirited out of the country, with the help of the State Department. He has so far faced 
no criminal proceedings. He was not subject to any Iraqi laws or to U.S. military jurisdiction.

If Americans are still puzzled by the hostility with which so many Iraqis - indeed, so many Muslims - 
view the U.S. occupation, this one episode ought to go a long way toward explaining the resentment. 
While Bush continues to justify its invasion by pretending to a deep concern for the Iraqi people, 
the lives of average Iraqis haven't counted for much. Blackwater paid the family of the slain Iraqi.

Iraq is demanding $8M for each murdered Iraqi.
Will Bush remind them whose country it is?

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Dobson's Rudy problem
 by Joe Conason


When James Dobson warns that he will lead evangelical conservatives and other "values voters" in a
third-party revolt if the GOP nominates Rudy -- as the Focus on the Family president warned in
Thursday's New York Times -- it is hard to suppress a cynical smirk. Such rumblings from the
religious right seem ritualistic, issued predictably in election years or whenever Republican politicians
show signs of straying from the fold. Many analysts listen, shrug and then predict that the party
leadership will somehow accommodate the restive theocrats long before Election Day -- and that
the imperatives of power will prevail, as usual, over principle.

But this time could be different for the increasingly disgruntled Dobson and his theocratic cohort.
This time they may follow through and support a "minor party" candidate. Consider their dilemma.


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Bob's Discount City

Bob's Discount City


"Giuliani is polarizing because he actively chooses to be. He wants people to hate him. 
Hillary is polarizing because the right-wing attack machine made her that way. 
By this standard, Carter is polarizing. Clinton is polarizing. Gore is polarizing. 
Kerry is polarizing. Do you see the trend here?"  
    -- Kevin Drum,    Link

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Subject: Please enlighten us about Israel HOT


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Meet the Neocons

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Have you stopped in to see what's new?

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Bush's Latest 'Torture' Revelations


Those who recall the indignity of Nixon having to declare, in response to a question from the press, 
"I am not a crook," must have winced yesterday when President Mein Fuhrer, also talking to the press, 
was forced to avow, "This government does not torture people."

That the questions had to be asked speaks volumes in itself. That the answers from both presidents 
were thoroughly unconvincing says just as much. Or perhaps Bush was only suggesting that our military 
and our private contractors may torture people but "this government" does not."

Isn't that why Bush hired Blackwater - to do the dirty workl and give him deniability?
Why else would you say, "We don't need that many soldiers," then hire 160,00 private soldiers?

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Joe Scarborough Takes on 'Iraqi Losers'

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"Republicans are so mad about Craig staying, 
  they may ask Cheney to shoot him."
    -- No wonder NBC fired Jay Leno - he's terrible.

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Why Housing went Bust


Home prices were going up faster than the houses themselves.

By the time the family's new home -- a two-story model called The Starling with a cathedral ceiling
in the living room -- was completed the next spring, the $179,000 base price had climbed to $220,000.
"We were making money while we were waiting," Dave says.

By late 2004, the Phoenix real estate market was roaring.

The euphoria reached Queen Creek, so far out the freeway hadn't arrived yet.
The town's population almost quadrupled to 17,000 in just five years.

Buyers lined up for the chance to make a downpayment in the new subdivisions.
Rowberry joined 200 people one Saturday morning for a chance at 15 lots.
He snapped up builders' price lists. Every week, the homes cost $1,000 to $5,000 more.

Meanwhile, skyrocketing prices in California and Nevada sent investors to greater Phoenix
in search of the next great deal.

This was always a pyramid scheme and nothing more.
We have to blame Bush, the Republicans and their "Rules are bad" mentality.
I doubt this would have happened under a Democrat.

When banks loan money to people who can't pay it back, the fix is in.
As always, the billionaires made their money early and got out.
The suckers got in (with their life savings) and they were taken for every penny.
The best part?

After the crash, the billionaires can buy a $300,000 house that
they sold for $600,000 for a bargain price of $150,000.

They invest 300K, double that in profits, then re-buy the carcass at a discount.
Like the crimes of the Bush Family Evil Empire, you make money both ways.

It's easy when:
You have billions of stolen dollars to start with.
Your crooked partner runs the country with a "no rules" approach,
You don't have a conscience that can bother you.
The little people who get hurt? The families who are wiped out?
    The divorces it caused?...and the soldiers who die?   "Fuck 'em."

Even worse,  ...they do it in the name of Jesus Christ and that 
stupid voter I keep talking about, falls for it every damn time.

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Receding ice displaces Alaska walrus
 We need to get serious about this - it ain't coming back



Thousands of walrus have appeared on Alaska's northwest coast in what conservationists
are calling a dramatic consequence of global warming melting the Arctic sea ice.

Alaska's walrus, especially breeding females, in summer and fall are usually found on the Arctic ice pack.
But the lowest summer ice cap on record put sea ice far north of the outer continental shelf, the shallow,
life-rich shelf of ocean bottom in the Bering and Chukchi seas.

Walrus feed on clams, snails and other bottom dwellers. Given the choice between an ice platform over water
beyond their 630-foot diving range or gathering spots on shore, thousands of walrus picked Alaska's rocky beaches.

"It looks to me like animals are shifting their distribution to find prey," said Tim Ragen, of the federal Marine
Mammal Commission. "But will they be able to find sufficient prey in areas where they are looking?"

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"Jenna is now saying she wants her wedding to be in Crawford, Texas. 
  When asked why, Jenna said, 'I want my dad to be there.'
    -- Conan

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Subject: Brainless Bart and Brainless Mrs bart

And why is it that we in the military fight for your right to be a total jackhole l
ike every other jackhole that if they truly WERE smarter than the president..

First, how do you start a conversation with "And..."

Second, I didn't ask you to join the military.

Third, fuck you for bringing my wife into this.
Permission to lick my balls is granted, soldier.

Fourth, It's not that I'm smarter than your president.
The fact is, your president is more stupid than I am.

...or had half the backbone and conviction, you YOURSELF would be running for the office of president.
But that's not going to happen because its hard enough for you to be president of your local bar where you belong.

I was president of both my corporations when I owned bars, does that count?
Currently, I am president of the Bartcop Empire, but if my daddy was a super-rich crook, 
maybe I could be installed as president by his crooked judge friends.

The reason you are NOT president of anything is because you enjoy a false image that you ARE someone
that makes a difference in the world around you, when in fact you are as inane, inept and insignificant as a
million other people who find comfort in being a jackhole to whoever the media doesnt like.

How many minutes can you go without typing the word, "jackhole?"

Your own insecurity prevents you from doing anything REAL about our country and would rather
jump on the bandwagon in hopes of gleaning some fame off the backs of others.

If I'm looking for fame, why isn't my name and picture aren't plastered all over the place?

If you and your cat were actually smarter than the president, (There's no "if" about that...)
you wouldnt be on your couch doing nothing but complaining about other people.
We can hear you: "How come people are so stupid, are we there yet?"

I have no idea what you're trying to say.

Get off your ass and SHOW us someone else is more qualified for the job by doing it yourself, you lame jackhole.
 Scott the Rocket

 I doubt I could beat Hillary - she's going to be president, you know...

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Democrats Who Enable Bush
 by Helen Thomas


Bush has no better friends than the spineless Democrats when it comes to Iraq.

Last week, the leading Democratic candidates sang from the same songbook:
Hillary, Obama and Edwards refused to promise to withdraw U.S. troops from Iraq by 2013,
at the end of the first term of their hypothetical presidencies. Can you believe it?

I believe it - their answer was the only honest answer they could possibly give.
No intelligent politician gives a guarantee five years out - nobody should expect them to.

On the other hand, Richardson, Kucinich and Biden called for quick troop withdrawals.

Well sure, they have no chance of winning so they can promise everyone a pony if they want.

Longtime readers know I have total respect for Helen Thomas, but what does she want here?
She wants to be lied to?  She wants a guarantee that no honest person can give her?

I like and respect Obama and Edwards, even more so now because they refused to be a whore.
Both of them could've said, "Hillary's crazy, I'll have those troops home right away" and probably
would've gained ten points in the polls overnight - but they chose to be honest, instead.

So what are the leading Democratic White House hopefuls offering?
Where do the voters go who are sick of the Iraqi debacle?

Voters go to the polls next November and elect a filibuster-proof congress of Democrats
so the drawdown in troops can begin and we wind outselves out of Bush's bloody quagmire.
If anybody else has an idea, like John Lennon said, "We'd all love to see the plan."

A shot of Chinaco for our top three candidates being honest with their answers.
Sure, they're breaking Bart's Law Number One, but they're doing it as a team.

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"The Fred Thompson presidential juggernaut keeps creaking forward. I originally thought 
  Thompson's trademark laziness was an asset in a campaign. After all, if slow and steady 
  wins the race, then imagine what stationary and half-asleep could do..."
    -- Stephen Colbert

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Ted Haggard's meth freak and Craig?
 Is Craig a naughty, nasty snorting bad boy?


The meth freak responsible for the downfall of Christian evangelist leader Ted Haggard
is now alleging that embattled Senator Larry Craig also came to see him.

A NewsChannel 3 camera was rolling when Mike Jones made the accusation during a commercial break.
The host asked whether Senator Craig had seen Jones in a hotel room.

Jones responded, "No, he came to see me. His travel records to Denver have been documented."

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Subject: You Nailed it...


     Your post on Ariana Huffington's stupid comment was on the money.
I put it more this way in the HuffPost comments section:

Bush and Cheney hand out billions to born again campaign
donors in no bid contracts; Hillary has a flack who works at
the same law firm where they are representing Blackwater.
And you are saying Hillary is much worse?

     Please take note of moronic Hillary/Gore hater Marc Cooper being given the job
as Campaign 08 honcho  at  The Huffington Post. This guy wrote on his blog that he
"wished Hillary a miserable experience" when She entered the race.

    So yes, your taking notice of the Huffington's Post inability to give The Hillary Clinton
Campaign a fair shake is right on.  Even some fine writers have recently been tapped to
write "get Hillary" pieces.

   To an extent, this is fine. It will help toughen up Clinton, and the Axe these writers grind
is apparent enough. But what happens when and if Clinton takes the nomination.
Will these "liberal" writers once again tell us that there is no difference between the
Democrat and the Republican, and they did so foolishly in 2000?

THAT is when we need to come down on them like a ton of bricks.
    -Still Ben Pike

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"If things haven't changed by our next visit, we may have to announce a revolution."  
     --  Mikhail Gorbachev, on the drowning of New Orleans,    Link

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Subject: Carrot Top


Would that you were right about Carrot Top; the guy should be a grocery bagger.

In a sad comment on the lack of taste of the average American, however,
he has a wildly successful showcase show at the Luxor, in Vegas.

You can't go anywhere in that town without that fuck-ugly face
staring down at you from billboards.  Seriously, I don't get it.

Todd, his job isn't to be funny - it's to fill seats.

But what does Carrot Top do when an airline loses his
box of toilet seat props on the day of the big show?

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 "I smell romance in the air..."


St. Bernard Parish Councilman Joey DiFatta, who on Thursday withdrew from the 1st Senate District campaign,
has been stopped twice since 1996 for suspicion of engaging in lewd behavior in public restrooms in Jefferson Parish,
records obtained by The Times-Picayune show.

DiFatta, 53, acknowledged that reports he had been stopped are true, but he denied any wrongdoing in both cases.
He said he was not prosecuted in either case and has no arrest record.

Hmmm, maybe Councilman DiFatta "settled out of court" with the arresting officer.

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Subject: Jane Smiley: Who's Sorry Now?

I know you hate Arianna, but this column by Jane Smiley is a must-read. 
I've been explaining to friends, family, and acquaintances for YEARS these two things: 
why we invaded Iraq depends on whose motives you scrutinize, and the current troubles 
boiled to the surface with Reagan. This rot at the core was there, but it took the Reagan/Bush crew 
to bring it out in the open and give it a patina of respectability. We may never be able to clean that off.

Here's a quote from Jane, followed by the link.

In order to gain power, the Republicans long ago (and knowingly, thanks, Mr. Atwater and others)
handed the citizenry, and themselves, a bill of goods, a set of philosophical and economic ideas that 
were bankrupt. The citizenry, suckers that we were, bought it because it appealed to their worst selves. 
The price we have paid and will continue to pay in Iraq for this bad bargain is a steep one, and could 
break the bank. But if we don't understand how we got here, we could buy it again, because the 
politicians and the pundits still have it for sale.

 Joanne from Wisconsin

Joanne, I don't hate Arianna, I just wish she wasn't Queen of the Low Blows.
She can't attack Hillary's positions, so she attacks her, personally.

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Craig's not going to leave



The Dems should really thank Sen. Larry Craig, now stalling again following his original promise he'd quit Sept. 30th, 
and then altering that vow to after he got the verdict from on whether he could withdraw his guilty plea. The verdict's in 
and the judge told Larry no, you can't change your guilty plea just to keep your soft Senate gig. (Hint: If you moan 
"Noooooooo!" when a cop shows his badge, it's a pretty good indication of guilt. Innocent people don't say things
like that to the police.) But the Toe-Tapping Idaho Potatohead is made of sterner stuff and has now refused to resign 
despite the judge's decision. While Craig's family may need some rehab at the Helen Keller Institute, the rest of us, 
and even many Idahoans, have most of our faculties working and can easily size-up this puff-adder hypocrite: 
"I have gay sex in public restrooms" might as well be indelibly tattooed on his forehead. Seems Craig's decided to 
take a page from the Neocon Handbook and is willing to selfishly watch his party go down the drain to preserve 
his job and possibly revamp his future reputation.

Great idea - handle this like Bush handles torture - just say it doesn't exist! Craig should just say, 
"I was never arrested for anything, that's my political enemies lying again," and let the 
whore networks and the Talk Radio Nazis convince everyone their eyes and ears have been lying to them.

It's worked for Bush for 7-8 years, why can't Craig fling the same horseshit?

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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 3,809....3,817

We lost another  8 soldiers since last issue.

After losing 3,817 soldiers
who decided we wanted to live
in never-ending terror?

"I'm the Decider!!"

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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