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Wednesday  Oct 31, 2007  Vol 2065 - Evil Never Sleeps

Quote of the Day

"Every time you're somewhere, 
  that means you're not somewhere else." 
   -- Fraud Thompson, trying to think,   Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Attacking for Israel? 
Arrow Rudy's Glass House HOT
Arrow Focus on Her Laugh
Arrow Condi, Time to Resign HOT
Arrow Pickles and Tyranny
Arrow Swift Boating 2008 HOT
Arrow Oil hits $90 a barrel HOT
Arrow Hughes Rat Jumps 
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"Fifty percent won't vote for her..."
   -- Chris Dodd, predicting doom and gloom, talking about you-know-who,   Link

 Now Chris, we were all proud of you last week when you stood up and said "No,"
 but I'm thinking you might need to stay away from numbers when you make a point.

 Last Sunday on Meet the Whore, you admitted to Russert that with less than 
one percent of the vote,  Mike Gravel was kicking your ass in the national polls.

 Numbers aren't your friends, Chris.

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Attacking Iran for Israel?
 by Ray McGovern

Condoleeza Rice is at her mushroom-cloud hyperbolic best, and this time Iran is the target.

Her claim last week that "the policies of Iran constitute perhaps the single greatest challenge to 
American security interests in the Middle East and around the world" is simply too much of a stretch.

To gauge someone's reliability, one depends largely on prior experience. Sadly, Rice's credibility suffers 
in comparison with that of the head of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), Mohammed 
ElBaradei, who insists there is no evidence of an active nuclear weapons program in Iran.

If this sounds familiar, ElBaradei said the same thing about Iraq before it was attacked. But three days 
before the invasion, nuclear expert Cheney told Tim Russert, "I think Mr. ElBaradei is, frankly, wrong."

Here we go again. 

As in the case of Iraq, U.S. intelligence has been assiduously looking for evidence of a nuclear weapons
program in Iran; but, alas, in vain.  Burned by the bogus "proof" adduced for Iraq - the uranium from Africa, 
the aluminum tubes - the administration has shied away from fabricating nuclear-related "evidence."

Are Bush and Cheney again relying on the Rumsfeld dictum, that "the absence of evidence
is not evidence of absence?" There is a simpler answer.

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Rudy's Glass House
  by Joe Conason


"Islamic terrorists killed Americans. Slaughtered Americans. Bombed the World Trade Center. Bombed it," 
he said in a typical speech last summer. "You know what the reaction of the Clinton administration at the time was? 
It was a crime. It was another group of murders. Well, it wasn't just another group of murders."

Note: Clinton caught the guilty and they are now rotting in prison.
Can Rudy or Der Schimpanse make the same claim about the 9-11 bombing?

While that description of  Clinton's response to the February 1993 bombing is hardly fair or accurate, the tone 
of curt disdain serves a specific partisan purpose, by warning that a Clinton restoration in the White House will 
endanger America. His unrelenting attacks are aimed at portraying Hillary as too weak to serve as commander 
in chief. But his biting words also invite closer scrutiny of Mr. Giuliani's claims about himself.

Unfortunately very few mainstream media outlets will take up that invitation. Although cable channels and newspapers 
devote endless amounts of space and time to consider the authenticity of Mrs. Clinton's laughter, (and her cleavage)
they seem unable to cover an extraordinary scoop that raises questions about Mr. Giuliani's authenticity.

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Bush goes off the hissy

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Condi, Time to Resign


The time has come for Condoleezza Rice to hand in her resignation. The latest revelation that the 
Blackwater personnel involved in the recent Baghdad shooting were given immunity by the State 
Department for giving statements about the incident should be the final straw for America's patience 
with Rice to come to an abrupt end.

Of course, the real time for Condi to have handed in her resignation in an honorable administration 
should have been September 12, 2001. Remember, at this time Rice was National Security Advisor 
to the president. The NSA's job description is to "take all the intelligence from the various intelligence 
agencies in the U.S. government and put it all together for the president to act upon." Her spectacular 
failure to perform this job would have meant disgrace and a shameful resignation in virtually any other 
administration in history.

But not in Bush's White House. 

She didn't get a medal for her incompetence (unlike some other spectacular failures within the administration),
but she did eventually get a promotion to Secretary of State. Bush values loyalty over competence to 
the detriment of our nation, and nowhere is this more obvious than Rice's elevation to Cabinet status.

What are Condi's accomplishments since becoming Secretary of State? 
Well World War III hasn't broken out but that's about all that comes to mind. 
It's impossible to name any other success she's had at doing her job.

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I think Hillary will go with Wes Clark as her VP.

The right-wing hate machine will be screaming, "But she's a woman!"
so having a general on the ticket will make a lot of that go away.

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Subject: Ron Paul

To hate Ron Paul means you don't like his idea of small government.
He will make government too small.  He would elminated social security.
He would stop the FDA from testing food for Ecoli.
He would stop government regulation of operations.
He would overturn Roe V Wade.

While I agree with getting rid of the IRS and the Federal Reserve,
I don't agree with his other ideas.
 Capt Kirk

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"I'm doing what I can, but apparently I'm alone out here."
   -- Keith Olbermann, to Arianna when she asked, "Why isn't the media doing more 
        to take Bush and people like Giuliani into account for what they say and do?"

 Hey Arianna, you have one of the biggest political web sites in America.
 YOU could be doing more to fight the Fascist bastards
 but YOU're too busy attacking the leading Democrat.

 Have you tried writing a column without throwing slurs at Hillary?

 Sidebar: Who gave Arianna the $7,000,000 to start her anti-Hillary website?
                What do they expect from Arianna in return for their $7,000,000 ?
                Did everybody forget to follow the money?

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Please, please focus on Her Laugh
  by Andrew I-hate-Democrats Sullivan


One of the fundamental reasons I prefer Obama to Clinton is that he still seems like a human being. 

Does it get any lower than that?

I've watched and listened to him as closely as I can these past few months and he still answers questions as if 
he genuinely wants to figure out the right answer. She reflexively gives the political response -- without even pausing. 
Everything is calculated.  Nothing is real -- from her laugh to her finely honed policy positions

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Join the Solution


Money Manager Bush


Both the annual and total cost of the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan are growing rapidly. 
Bush has requested $190bn, approximately 1.3% of national output, to finance the wars in 2008, 
which would bring the total cost by the end of the year to more than $800bn.

Opponents of the war have highlighted the budgetary impact of this spending. For example, advocates 
of increased spending on the State Children's Health Insurance Programme pointed out that the sum in 
dispute is less than two weeks of war funding at the 2008 rate. However, there has been almost no 
public discussion of the economic impact of war spending.

This is striking because standard economic models project that such a large increase in military spending
would slow economic growth and reduce the number of jobs. The basic story is that military spending pulls 
resources away from economically productive uses such as investment and consumption. This is apparent 
when a war is paid for with a tax increase, in which case the money is directly sucked out of people's pockets.

However, the war must be paid for even if we don't raise taxes. 


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Subject: Hillary

Bart, what, exactly, does she stand for?
 John F

I'm guessing she'll be a lot like Bill, maybe 80/85 percent like him.
Less war, better economy, a government that works, fewer dead, tons more worldwide respect.
We'll no longer be the nation that tortures, the bully nation, a nation that is to be feared, but maybe 
the biggest thing is our next president will likely pick two Supreme Court judges.

The post-Bush years should be a ray of sunshine.

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"I want to see if John Edwards will say to Hillary Clinton in front of everyone: 
 'You're not electable, and you know it, you're going to hurt people on the ballot.' 
  It's time to stop whispering. It's getting to be midnight." 
    -- Donna Brazille,    Link

 Did Obama and Edwards take too long to attack?

 She's now ahead by ten in Iowa (David Dirota, I told you six weeks ago).
 She's ahead by 18 in New Hamster and ahead by 22 in South Carolina.
 Now, when they attack, they come off as desperate.

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Pickles and Tyranny

There is a dire need in the Saudi kingdom to raise public awareness of breast cancer and its treatments. 
Due to social taboos, some 70 percent of breast cancer cases in Saudi Arabia are not reported until the 
late stages of the disease. It is possible that the local media attention that Mrs. Bush's visit aroused may 
work to save the lives of women whose husbands will now permit them to be screened for the disease 
and receive proper medical treatment for it in its early stages.

And this is where the disturbing aspect of Mrs. Bush's visit enters the picture. During her public appearances, 
Pickles limited her remarks to the issue of breast cancer awareness. Yet in the Persian Gulf, it is impossible 
to separate the issue of breast cancer or for that matter the very fact of her visit from the issue of the systematic 
mistreatment and oppression of women throughout the Arab and Islamic worlds.

In the context of the regional degradation of women, while the consequences of Pickles's visit 
remain mixed, the overall effect of her mission was negative. 

  "They told me there's a woman under there..."

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"It's a sad day in America when the nominee for attorney general cannot flatly declare 
  that waterboarding is unconstitutional.   Waterboarding has been prosecuted in U.S. courts 
  since the late 1800s and was regarded by every U.S. administration before this one as torture."  
    -- The WaHoPo, a whore paper that helped this monster get elected,   Link

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"If Mukasey does not believe that waterboarding is illegal, then that would really put doubts 
in my own mind because I don't think you have to have a lot of knowledge about the law to 
understand this technique violates the Geneva Convention and other statutes."  
    -- Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-Gay), former (?) JAG-off, on Bush's nominee for Inquisitor General,    Link

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Subject: Hillary and Matt

Looks from the other angle like Matt is sick of the constant Bush-like insanity.

"Hey lets start a war on behalf of israel with some oil-owning capacity for big oil,
  and we won't bother to put a limit on the oil gouger's policies."

Now what party am I quoting? Dems or Repugs?

If you can't tell the difference, then there is your problem.
Well there is my problem anyway.

You're saying 6 of Bush is the same as half-a-dozen Clinton - and that's crazy talk.
I know what made you crazy - that Middle East Wormhole got you.

I've lost several friends to the Middle East Wormhole and it ain't pretty.
It eats into your brain, causing irrationality and irritability - and it never stops.

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Subject: No more unqualified Attorney Generals

Now that we have finally gotten rid of  Alberto Gonzales the last thing we need is
a new Attorney General who doesn't know if the President has to obey the law
and doesn't know if waterboarding is torture.

If you are going to be the nation's top law enforcement official you have to have
a basic understanding of the American legal system. In America, no one, including
the President, is above the law. We are also a nation who not only doesn't torture,
we know what torture is. Clearly Bush's new nominee is unqualified to hold this
position and should be rejected.

For those of you right wingers out there who disagree ask yourself this question.
Suppose President Hillary Clinton declared she was above the law.

Would you agree with that?
I don't think so.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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"Dick Cheney went pheasant hunting in Upstate New York today.  We've made jokes about Cheney
  but he really is a great sportsman.  Before he shoots a pheasant, he makes it dig its own grave"  
      -- David Letterman,

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Swift Boating 2008


News consumers are told by the Whore press that what the Swift Boat Vets did to Kerry is what
the New York Fire Fighters is trying to do with Giuliani's much-touted 9-11 resumé.

The problem with that analogy is that it completely ignores what set the Swift Boat Vets apart: 
They manufactured nearly every claim they made about Kerry. They lied about documents; 
they lied about eyewitnesses. And they lied about their partisan leanings and connections.

And they also played the press for fools. At every turn in 2004, military records proved the Swift Boat 
veterans to be fakes. At every turn, each new inconsistency proved the Swift Boat veterans to be charlatans. 
But Beltway reporters and pundits for the most part remained hesitant, too timid to speak up, 
as they propped up the veterans as serious men.

I can't wait for this fight - but there's a downside.

They'll attack, Bill & Hill will counter-attack.
They'll attack again, Bill & Hill will counter-attack again.
They'll attack a third time, Bill & Hill will counter-attack a third time, then Osama will make 
a video on behalf of the GOP, and Cheney will get real pissed off and blow up New York City.

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Subject: In defense of Feingold

First of all Bart, let me say this: I'm voting for Hillary because she's the best candidate, 
and she will win because despite what anyone says, she's most electable.
Second, you are absolutely right.  Hillary in charge of this county is a MUCH better option
than that freak Rudy or Fraud Thomspon.
But I have a major problem with your critique of Russ Feingold.  
You've questioned what he's done, and the fact is this: he voted against this war while Hilary voted for it.  
I don't believe Hilary should be denied the Presidency soley on this mistake, but the flipside of that is that 
those Senators who voted against this war deserve the credit.

But Feingold, apparently, had the power to stop the war but chose not to use it.
So how dufferent from Hillary is he?
In addition, you said:
"It's important to America and the world that we get rid of our crazies
so I don't mind if she voted in such a way so as not to be labeled "soft on terrorism."
Even if it means starting this war which you have so vehemently been against?  
I believe Hilary will make a good President, but her first order of business 
should be to stop the war that she voted to start.
 David in York

But - her vote didn't start anything.
She voted with the other 77, with the vast majority.
Second, she explained the Iran vote this way:

Edwards caustically challenged Clinton's claim that she stands up to Bush. 
"So (you voted) yes on a resolution that looks like it was written by the neocons?"

"Rushing to war - we should not be doing that - but we shouldn't be doing nothing," 
Clinton said. "And that means we should not let them acquire nuclear weapons, 
and the best way to prevent that is a full court press on the diplomatic front."

You can choose to believe her or not, but the crazed left calls that "a vote for war."
Only in politics could "We should not be doing that" be considered affirmation.

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Who remembers 2000?
I kinda do, but this is the way I remember it:

Bush won Iowa and McCain won New Hamster.
Then Bush slurred McCain like crazy, saying "He votes against breast camcer and has a black baby
and his wife is hooked on pills and - oh yeah - he betrayed his fellow POWs in that Vietnam prison."

Then it was onto New York, which was considered tie-breaker, but Bush was low on money, so the 
Wiley Brothers of Texas (BIG OIL) ran (I think) 2 millions dollars worth of negative ads against McCain

McCain lost New York and Bush went on to rape the world, kill 4000-6000 soldiers,
ruin our reputation worldwide, he lost New Orleans and $19 oil went to $94.

I tried to find out what happened to Wiley Brothers Oil stock prices, but I can't locate them.
Can anybody help?

I want to see what the Wiley Brothers got for their 2 millions dollar investment in George the Rapist.

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"The Republican base, which lapped up Bush's rhetoric about the axis of evil and the war on terror, 
remains infected by the fear the Bushies stirred up -- perhaps because fear of terrorists maps so 
easily into the base's older fears, including fear of dark-skinned people in general."  
    -- Paul Krugman,    Link

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"Mosul Dam is the most dangerous dam in the world."  
    -- US Army Corps of Engineers report on Iraq's largest dam, at risk of an imminent collapse 
       that could unleash a 65-foot wave of water on Mosul, a city of 1.7 million people,  Link


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Subject: I love Hillary

Why are the Repubs so afraid of Hillary?

Because Repubs know she is going to win unless they can stop it by demonizing, i.e. swiftboating her.
They know Bill (their sworn enemy) will be back in the White House.
After Bush, the Repubs know in their heart of hearts that she will be an amazing "Democratic" president.
They merely hate to lose. They know they can't compete against her.
She is a woman; she is a Senator; she is really really smart; she is right on all the issues;
she has a US president as a husband. How can anyone compete with that?

Why are the supposed Dems so afraid of Hillary?

It seems the only answer is that they think she isn't electable. If it is anything else, they should change parties.
Maybe then ( as Repubs) they will see that she is the Dems' best candidate and the next president.
Then they can switch back to being Dems.

Bottom Line (literally):
The only people left to convince that Hillary is a demon, are the Democrats.
And they seem to be falling for it.   OMG.   How fucked up is that?

I'm tired of voting for losers.
It'll be great to vote for a winner again.

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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 3,839....3,842

We lost another 3 soldiers since last issue.

We've had 3,842 soldiers killed.
If you don't like it, talk to this man.


The soldiers have 476 days until
sanity returns to the White House.

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.

Karen Hughes latest rat to jump ship


Hughes said she plans to quit her job as undersecretary of state and return to Texas, 
although improving the world's view of Bush the Invader is a "long-term challenge" that will outlast her.

Bush had picked Hughes two years ago to retool the way the United States sells its love for Arabs. 
A former prostitute and media adviser, Hughes' focus has been to change the way Der Schimpanse
engages and responds to complaints and criticism when we torture ragheads for Bush's amusement.

"Negative events never help," Hughes said when asked how events like last month's shooting of Iraqi 
civilians by Blackwater guards in Iraq affects the way the world sees the once-great United States.

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The clues were clear as Lake Concha.

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