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Friday  Oct 26, 2007  Vol 2062 - Electric blue badness

Quote of the Day

"I don't have to prove myself to anybody. 
  I've done pretty well being me. 
  And me is all they're going to get." 
    -- Fraud Thompson, saying if he wins,
       his young trophy wife won't run the 
       country like she runs his campaign,  Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Bush's WW3 Rhetoric 
Arrow No More Freedom?HOT
Arrow Republican Hot Flashes HOT
Arrow Even 'Brownie' gets it HOT
Arrow CA. Copters grounded? 
Arrow Rudy waterboarding 
Arrow San Diego vs Katrina
Arrow Huckabee's Holocaust 
Arrow Beckins as Steno Judy 


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Battling Quotes

"In the months before the March 2003 Iraq invasion, the lying Bush bastards
  estimated Bush's quagmire would cost no more than $50 billion."
     -- Ken Dilanian, "War costs may total $2.4 trillion",  Link

"It's just a ton of speculation. It's a hypothetical
  What I can tell you is I'm not worried about the number."
     -- WH Press Whore Dana Purina, who will be dead 50 years
         before her grandchildren finish paying off Bush's quagmire, Link

 Did you know Bush's quagmire has added $8,000 per person to our debt?
 If you're a family of four, you owe $32,000  and that needs to be paid back.

 Think that doesn't directly affect you?
 Try borrowing money while competing with Uncle Sam for China's loans.

"CBO officials were asked this afternoon whether the $2.4 trillion figure represents
  their 'worst-case' scenario. No, they said: It represents only the worst of two
  different scenarios the CBO priced out. The real costs could actually be higher."
     -- Tim Grieve,  Link

 In the old days, pre-Bush, to get the real cost of a government boondoggle, you had
 to multiply what they said it would cost by three to get the real number.

 Since Bush is giving 40% of all Iran money to his oil buddies, Halliburton and Blackwater,
 you have to multiply the latest figures by TEN to get a reasonably accurate figure.

 Besides, this war will be costing us billions for decades, even if we pull out today.
 How do you put a price on eternity?

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Bush's Heated WW3 Rhetoric
  by Brent Budowsky

When the Senate passed a resolution declaring a faction of the Iranian government a terrorist organization,
the faction is led by a commander in chief, the Supreme Ayatollah of Iran, who is declared, inherently, a terrorist himself.

Did senators realize the implications of this?

Senators had forgotten, again, that the Gulf of Tonkin resolution in Congress was distorted into an effective declaration of war in Vietnam.
Senators had forgotten, again, that the Iraq resolution in 2002 was distorted into an effective declaration of war in Iraq.
It is ominous to note the eerie parallels between the debate about Iraq in 2002 and the debate about Iran in 2007.

The president who used fear of mushroom clouds to frighten the country to war in Iraq now escalates his promotion
of fear to World War III, quoting some of the most unwise voices in the history of American national security.

Our military faces extreme disruption, yet the president considers a new war with Iran, and speaks in terms
of World War III, with an election-year debate that is fearful, shallow and largely uninformed.

What, no personification to label this as "Hillary's War?"
Is Budowsky looking at this without the "hate Hillary" glasses?
That's refreshing...

He seems to be guessing at what the senators "forgot," but he's certain that Bush is crazy.
Who knows - maybe attacking Iran is the only thing that could get Bush impeached.
Maybe Bush wants to be impeached so he can blame his troubles on the "witch hunt" Democrats.

I also think if Bush attacks Iran, history will judge him to be an insane warmonger, if it hasn't already.
Something tells me we're not going to attack, but everybody else seems to think we will.

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No More Freedom to Move Around the Country?
 Southwest Ailines is going to need a new slogan


The Transportation Security Administration and the Department of Homeland Security are quietly pushing
for a set of crazy new rules. All travellers in the U.S. will be required to get government-issued credentials
and official clearance before every flight, both within the United States as well as internationally.

And Monday we received a new political action alert from Edward Hasbrouk, The Practical Nomad blogger
who's been fighting the plan (and who testified about it at a TSA hearing). "The international Advance Passenger
Information System rules were published, as 'final' effective February 19,2008, with no further opportunity for
public comment even on the changes from the original proposal."ush'

This is too crazy to be real, right?

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Republican Hot Flashes
GOP going thru 'the Change,' right before our eyes


It's watching the Republicans in Congress and on the presidential campaign trail that makes me pose those
big-picture questions. I'm just suggesting a context for assessing the actions and rhetoric of a party that seems
to be in the throes of andropause. That's the popularly accepted term for "male menopause..."

Just listen to the Republican's rhetoric about our place in the world. With the exception of Ron Paul, every one of them
agrees that America is under siege, molested not only by dangerous bands of Islamic terrorists -- which is true -- but
also by sovereign nations such as Iran, China and Russia that have had the temerity to pursue what they see as their
national interests. Which is a bizarre way of looking at foreign relations.

The solution, according to them, is chest-thumping.

     Rudy, seen here at the last GOP debate.

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Subject: Feingold

Bart, you asked,

> "Can we trust Feingold?"

True, he's a politician, BUT:
He was the only vote against the Patriot Act.

OK, I like Feingold, I respect him, but I gotta ask:
Why did he, personally, allow the Patriot Act to become law?

Seems to me, by voting against it, but then failing to stand up and block it,
he was saying it's "kinda bad" but not bad enough to bother blocking - am I right?

He was 1 of 23 Senators  to vote against the resolution that got us into Iraq.

Same question applies:
He semi-sorta didn't like the idea of war, but he damn sure did nothing to stop it.
Show me where I'm wrong.

He's introduced  a resolution to censure Bush the lesser. He's been on the good side
of health care reform. He supports same-sex marriage. His record on  gun control is mixed.

Who - of anybody who has gone on the record and actually voted - you gonna trust more?
 John in Milwaukee

Trust with what?  A vote that affects Wisconsin?

If he's a brave man with vision who thinks this country badly needs a change of direction
why is he sitting on his hands instead of doing something about it?
Why isn't he running for president?

That's why Dodd's action was dangerous - he proved they could've stopped Bush all along,
which takes a lot of shine off Feingold's armor, wouldn't you agree?

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"It was then that I knew that the TV news business had changed and so had I.
  I called NBC News and told them I'm not coming back."
      -- Maria Shriver, saying the Anna Nicole Smith media circus made her quit the news biz,    Link

 WOW, really?

 Maria Shriver thinks the news business turned whore this year?

 Maybe she should change her name to "Tommy" because you'd have to be
 deaf, dumb and blind to think that we had real news until February 2007.

 Hey Maria, have you ever heard the name Monica Lewsinsky?
 That was 1998 - where the hell has your Kennedy brain been for the last ten years?

 Can you be that out-of-touch?
 Does marrying a Republican make you that stupid?

"I like two tings - da tiddies and da dope."

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"We will not be a safer country, we will not be a safer America if the whole world
  watches us being defeated by a bunch of kids with improvised explosive devices."
   -- Fraud Thompson, who may have gotten that line from reading  bartcop.comLink

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Even 'Brownie' gets it


You know things are bad when it takes former FEMA Director Michael "Heckuva Job Brownie" Brown
to point out that the National Guard is stretched too thin to help the California firefighters.
But on Wednesday, he did just that:

"The White House needs to recognize that we are overstretched. They need to increase the size
of the regular Army and stop relying so much on the National Guard."


Brown also said,  "FEMA's job is to pick up the phone and call another Governor
and say  'Hey, California is short on National Guard, can you spare a few?'
but you can call any Governor in the country and everybody is stretched."

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Subject: Lynn Cheney and the Pigboy

I caught part of his interview with Lynne Cheney today about her book and how liberals
ruined the values of the country, etc. etc or whatever it's about.  The good old days were
so much nicer, wholesome and full of family value type folks.

Made me think in what year of the good old days did a wholesome male pack a bottle of Viagra,
hop a plane and land in the Dominican Republic while not being in a stable, monogomous relationship
with a wife or for that matter even with a wife.
 Lil Lyn

Lyn, not to mention Rush was on the prowl for little boys - or maybe even goats.


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As Calif. fires burned, copters grounded by rules


As wildfires were charging across Southern California, nearly two dozen water-dropping helicopters
and two massive cargo planes sat idly by, grounded by government rules and bureaucracy.

How much the aircraft would have helped will never be known, but their inability to provide quick assistance
raises troubling questions about California's preparations for a fire season that was widely expected to be
among the worst on record.

It took as long as a day for Navy, Marine and California National Guard helicopters to get clearance early
this week, in part because state rules require all firefighting choppers to be accompanied by state forestry
"fire spotters" who coordinate water or retardant drops. By the time those spotters arrived, the powerful
Santa Ana winds stoking the fires had made it too dangerous to fly.

The National Guard's C-130 cargo planes, among the most powerful aerial firefighting weapons,
never were slated to help. The reason: They've yet to be outfitted with tanks needed to carry
thousands of gallons of fire retardant, though that was promised four years ago.

"The weight of bureaucracy kept these planes from flying, not the heavy winds," Rep. Dana Rohrabacher (R-Whore)
told The Whore APs. "It's disgusting, inexcusable foot-dragging that's put tens of thousands of people in danger."

No, the author of the poorly-written law is to blame - go after that one guy.
The chopper law should read, "Unless the Governor declares an emergency."
Or maybe some brave pilot could've said, "Screw the rules, let's fly - I'll take the heat."

As far as that paragraph in green, sounds like somebody needs to be fired - maybe Gov. Musclehead..

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Subject: Your reply to Father Bernie


Now that is how it's supposed to be done!
No sugar-coating bullshit! Just the straight ugly facts.

If it hurts because it's TRUE, then the wounded party oughta get off their ASS
and fix their problems instead of bitching at the person who pointed out the ugly reality!

Hammer on, Bart!

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"I'm here to tell you that the American people stand with our troops. No matter what
  you might read in the newspapers, people do appreciate the gift of freedom."
    -- Pickles, laying to rest the rumor that America hates our freedom, Link

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Subject: Pelosi and Hillary

Bart, you wrote:

> We must assume Pelosi browbeat him into this apology.
> Why do we always apologize when we're right?

Hey Bart:

I completely agree with you that that  _itch Pelosi ordered Rep. Starke to apologize for saying
the election-thief gets enjoyment from playing od-king, including sending American men & boys
to pay the full cost for his wars, while the SOB smirked his way through the Vietnam war on a constant high.

But I've got to disagree with you about Her Highness... Her  "I didn't know that the Lieberthug-Kyle bill
was about war. I  thought it was about diplomacy!"  act is wearing thin.

I haven't had a chance to follow that, but I heard a radio report that, because of that bill,
Bush haz frozen Iran's bank accounts and (guessing) they have told every worldwide bank
that if they do business with Iran, they can't do business with us.

Isn't that what we wanted?
Diplomatic and economic pressure on Iran instead of war?

If the Neocons attack Iran, Hillary will take a hit, a BIG one, for voting the way she did,
But if diplomacy wins and there's no war, will you give her credit for the victory?
Or will you just shift to other, different reasons to hate her?

Maybe, just maybe Hillary got a guarantee for her vote.

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Look close, you'll see Bobby, MLK, Crooks & Liars,
TPM, Bush Monkeys, Randi Rhodes, Mike Malloy and more...

One fella wrote and said watching this video gave him some
pride in America, and that he'd forgotten what that felt like.

Thanks to Jeffko for a fine video.


"What is not yet settled is the history of the Clintons--their use and abuse of power.
  That's important because, if Hillary wins, 'we're talking about a restoration.'"
     -- Carl Bernstein, (R-Groin Pull) looking past Bush felonies to investigate Clinton's sex life, Link

 I wonder what "abuses of power" Bernstein is so worked up about?

 Could it be Clinton's fake war that killed 4,000 soldiers?
 Could it be Clinton saber-rattling a barrel of oil all the way up to $90?
 Could be it the outing of a CIA agent, then pardoning the guilty bastard?
 Could it be the secret spying and phone taps and e-mail abuses?
 Maybe he's talking about when Clinton suspended habeus corpus?
 Or could it be the kidnapping and renditions that's got him so hot?
 Or the secret torture prisons Clinton set up in the Baltics? 

 Hey Carl, let's see if you can restore this

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When Rudy goes waterboarding
 by Joe Conason


Echoing Mukasey, Giuliani claimed Wednesday that he doesn't know whether waterboarding is torture. 
Having become accustomed long ago to making the most absurd declarations without fear of challenge, 
Giuliani went further than Mukasey's hesitant demurral.

"I don't know what is involved in the technique," Mukasey testified. Perhaps Mukasey (and Giuliani) 
should be subjected to the technique for strictly educational purposes so that they will become aware 
that it involves reclining the victim on a bench or table, covering his face with a cloth and then pouring 
water over his nose and mouth to make him feel as if he is drowning.

I've heard waterboarding described in a different way.
I heard they just flat-out drown the poor bastard, then bring him back, like on 24,
just so they can torture and drown him again, so they can bring him back again.

Reminder: They're "fishing" for information while they do this.

This is done in our name using our money, but we're not supposed to worry about it.
We're supposed to "go shopping" and let Bush worry about "keeping us safe."

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Subject: Top Ten Ways San Diego is different from Katrina 

Yes Bart, there ARE 10 reasons....

#9  The people of San Diego actually have a higher level of EDUCATION.

 So, education would've stopped 30-foot waves from drowning San Diego?

#8  The people of San Diego dont blame government/society for their problems..

 That sounds like "New Orleans got what it deserved." 

#7  The people of San Diego have a Governor with a CLUE.

 ha ha  - Did you really say that?
 What would Governor Clueful have done to save New Orleans in 2005?

#6   The folks in San Diego actually live on property that has value.

 People who can afford $750,000 homes rarely live in slums, that's true.

#5   White people dont live in known flood zones.

 White people generally aren't born in flood zones.
 Do you really think the Katrina victims chose to live below sea level?
#4   California has known about fire disasters for years and actually has a practiced PLAN for it...

 California is also the richest state in the richest country on Earth.

#3   California has a postive economy, not a negative 1, sucking from the Federal coffers.

 Damn, how Republican can you get?
 I guess you want the super-poor in Louisiana to "knock it off?"

#2    Folks actually want to VIST California, ALL of California.

 Not sure where you're going with that, but it may be your truest statement yet.

#1    Folks in San Diego have INSURANCE. 

There you go Bart.
 Robert in Seattle...

 Robert, seriously?  You think the insurance companies are going to pay?

 You and I saw thousands of homes destroyed or burned.  The insurance companies 
 saw "Acts of God" that aren't covered if you read the policy verrrrrrrrrrrrry closely..

 If they balked at paying the super-poor $20,000 for their junked-out homes,
 what makes you think they'll get in a check-writing mood when it comes time 
 to rebuild thousands of estates that cost upwards of one million dollars each?

 Of course, I could be wrong - maybe the insurance companies aren't about profit.
 Maybe the insurance comapnies who operate in Cali really care about people.... 

 (Bart does a shot of Patron Anejo...)

 By the way, would you like to buy a slightly-scortched bridge? 

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I have a question for Rudy:

Is it wrong to attach electrodes to the testicles of a hooded man who is 
duct-taped to a chair at Gitmo, then connecting a battery to those electrodes
that would then send powerful and painful electric shocks to that suspect's genitals? 
Is that a bad thing for America to do? 

"I'm not sure it is. I'm not sure it is. It depends on how it's done. It depends on the circumstances. 
It depends on who does it. I think the way it's been defined in the media, it shouldn't be done. 
The way in which they have described it, particularly in the liberal media. So I would say, if that's 
the description of it, then I can agree, that it shouldn't be done. But I have to see what the real 
description of it is. Because I've learned something being in public life as long as I have. And I hate 
to shock anybody with this, but the newspapers don't always describe it accurately. If I can't figure 
out that there's been a significant media bias against this war, then I shouldn't be running for 
president of the United States." 
    -- Rudy Giuliani, on torture,   Link

 So, torture is OK with Rudy depending on how it's done.
 Torture is OK with Rudy depending on the circumstances.
 Torture is OK with Rudy depending on who does it.
 Torture is OK with Rudy depending on how the "liberal media" describes it.
 Torture is OK with Rudy depending on "the real description." 

 And didn't you love his line, "I hate to shock anybody with this?"

 That Rudy, he always had a great sense of humor.

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"I had Sex with Larry Craig!"

Bear-about-town David Phillips


 "I followed Craig up the alley and through the back door of a house, with him repeating several times, 
'You were never here. You don't know me. Right?' and me responding, 'Right!' in boyish submission. 
As we tiptoed to the stairs to the upper floor, as if somebody else was home, he turned to grope my crotch 
and brush my face with his hand."  The house's decor led me to believe that this was a married man: 
"The bric-a-brac with family pictures didn't scream 'old queen' to me; it announced a woman's influence. 
Still, we made our way upstairs. "When we got to what reminded me of a rarely used guest room, 
he stripped me down, and the man's hands and mouth were all over me."

(When we were done, ) he took a $20 bill from his wallet, shoved in my front pocket, adding 
'Remember, I can buy and sell your ass ten thousand times over. You were never here. 
 Don't try to come back here. You don't know me."

 Twenty dollars?
 Yep, he's a Republican all right.

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Subject: Perkel: Going To Meet The Big Dog

Bart, I got to meet Mr. Clinton about two weeks ago. It was a big WV Democratic Party hootenanny.
For a grand (I had a donated ticket) you could get into a "reception" for Mr. Clinton.

They had him roped off tighter than Bugs Bunny on the first day of "Wabbit Season."
I got some giggles in the crush at the rope-line when I said "If I hear Who music, I'm outta here."
I managed to get some photos and an autograph for my son.

My best piece of advice for Perkel?  Be VERY alert of the SS.  They're REAL nervous.
My camera has a little red rangefinder light.  Every time it hit Mr. Clinton, all the SS guys started talking
to their wrists and giving me dirty looks.  It was only after I got home that I figured out why a little red light
on his face might creep them out.  Oops.  Guess I'm lucky I'm not writing this to you from Gitmo.

As it turned out, the SS determined that my broadcast partner and I (we were slated to webcast
the whole event) were threats to National Security.  We watched from the nosebleed section instead.
 Bob Kinkaid,

Bob, you pointed a laser at the president?
I think you are lucky :)

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Subject: Barry Crimmins: Political Satirist

Barry wrote this in 2003, and it has GAINED relevance since then:

"While we spend $400 billion to inflict carnage upon the rest of the world, our streets are filled 
with the homeless veterans of previous wars. The problem with this country is it would rather create 
veterans than care for them. I say not another dime for the military until it provides for the people it
has used as cannon fodder in the past. All recruiting offices for the armed services should be on the 
top floors of Veterans Administration Hospitals. All potential recruits should have to walk through 
the entire facility before they can sign their lives away to Uncle Sam."

Barry is The Man.

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Subject: San Diego vs Katrina

Bart, San Diego is an overwhelming Republican majority district. 
Of course they're going to get help in Bush's ideological world.

Vacaville, CA

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Huckabee and the Holocaust 


Tthe Anti-Defamation League expressed displeasure with Huckabee's use of the term "holocaust" 
in conjunction with abortions in the United States. While I agree with the League that using "holocaust"
in conjunction with anything other than the Holocaust is insensitive and should be discouraged, this issue 
is larger than one speech by a conservative Presidential candidate.

But the bottom line is Huckabee's selective use of the term.
He won't refer to the 400,000 killed by cigarettes because he takes money from BIG Tobacco.
He won't refer to the 4,000 killed in Iraq because he wants to be president.
He won't refer to the thousands killed by gun vioelnce because he takes money from the NRA.

I think that proves he just uses "holocaust" to stir the emotions of the mostly-stupid Republicans.
Does Huckabee want to force all raped woman to have their rapist's baby?

I'd hate to live in a country where women had to subject themselves to that,
especially if that law was written to please the Invisible Cloud Being.

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Subject: Hillary

Dear Bart,

Even though you know that if I do not absolutely abhor Hillary, I at least consider her as less of 
the kind of Democrat I admire -- see Edwards, Richardson, Kucinich, et al. I realize that I may have to, 
in fact, end up voting for her. Even though I may hate it, concessions must be made to avoid any 
Republican President (after all, the Supreme Court alone dictates that a Democratic President must be elected).

You're making sense - keep going.

I know that you, in a low I.Q. state like Oklahoma, have to keep with the Hillary propaganda, 

Three yellow flags just flew onto the field.

but please don't assume that others, in more progressive states like California, will go along with this Clinton bullshit. 

Assumes facts not in evidence.

You may be right when you say that Hillary is the most electable, but that still doesn't make her the most desirable. 

So, you want a pony, even tho you realize you can't have a pony?
Will this be your first disappointment?

She's Bill without the charisma or the personality. What does that give us?

It gives us a Democrat in the White House instead of Rudy the Impaler.
Is that worth anything to you?

A candidate of the Money Party - Big Insurance, Big Pharma, Big Wall Street.
And you think that's a good thing?


I wish I had ten million dollars, good health and a 14 inch pianist.
I also wish broke unknowns could become president.

How do our wishes change or affect the real world?

When you go in the voting booth, your choices won't be "Good thing" and "Bad thing."
Your choices will he "Hillary" and "Nazi scumbag thug."

Vote your conscience.

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Subject: Feingold

Russ Feingold was the only Senator to vote against the Patriot act on Oct 25, 2001.
Russ Feingold was of the 23 vote against the Iraq war resolution.
He has been a vocal critic of the BushCo from the very beginning.

I think he would make a good president.
Just want to make sure you understand were Feingold stands.


Mark, I'm in the mood to argue today, so let's say 
Bush was about to hang you because you wore a WPE shirt.

Feingold has the power to stop your hanging, but he decides not to use that power.
Instead, he's the only guy in the senate to vote against hanging you.

Snap, the trap door opens and your neck is broken, you're dead.

Did Feingold do a good job?

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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 3,834....3,837

We lost another 3 soldiers since last issue.

After killing 3,834 soldiers
it's time we stopped making really big mistakes.


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: Dems 'wasting time" on kid's health care
 If I ran the DNC, I'd make him eat that 1,000 times, no - 2,000 times


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