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Thurs-Friday  Nov 1-2, 2007  Vol 2066 - Screwing the TroopsHOT

The Republican Nominee for President?

Quote of the Day

"Obama and his campaign have had a 
  bad week. The worst I have seen from 
  any candidate this presidential cycle. 
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 What turned Kos against Obama? 


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Apologize to Plame 
Arrow Paul Wellstone HOT
Arrow Russert's Inanity 
Arrow Fred Phelps down $10M HOT
Arrow Bush demands Mukasey
Arrow New LAT sex scandal? HOT
Arrow Hillary over Rudy HOT
Arrow Shot of Monkey Mail
Arrow Disney dumps Hudgens?



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"Three hundred and sixty-five days a year, in the wind and snow of winter and the heat of summer,
let him tend to the graves of the almost 4,000 men and women who have given their lives in the
debacle of Iraq. They honored their oaths, obeyed their commander-in-chief and sacrificed their
lives of promise to a lying, unprincipled warmonger. He can begin at the grave of my grandson,
Lcpl Jonathan W. Collins, killed in action on 8/8/2004."
      -- Alice Collins, on what Dubya can do post-White House,   Link

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Apologize to Plame
 by Ray McGovern

Washington power centers -- from the White House to the Washington Post's editorial board -- have
misrepresented key facts in the "Plame-gate" affair from the beginning. Now, with publication of  Valerie Plame
Wilson's memoir, it's even clearer how wrong the powerful were and how much they have to apologize for.

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Tim Russert: Stop the Inanity


Last month, near the end of the Democratic presidential debate in New Hampshire, moderator Tim Russert
-- known as "Washington's toughest interviewer" and "biggest whore" and perhaps the most influential journalist
in America -- had one last chance to pin the candidates down with his legendary common sense, persistence, 
and no-bull style. This is what he asked, first to Barack Obama:

"Senator Obama, what is your favorite Bible verse?"

When Obama finished his answer, Russert said to the other candidates, "I want to give everyone a chance in this. 
You just take 10 seconds." Predictable banality ensued. A foreign visitor unfamiliar with our presidential campaigns 
might have scratched her head and said, "This is how you decide who will lead your country?" 

Russert's Bible question encapsulates everything wrong with him, and with our political coverage more generally. 
It seeks to make candidates look bad rather than finding out something important about them (if you want to 
explore a candidate's religious beliefs, you don't do it in pop-quiz form and give them just ten seconds to answer). 
It substitutes the personal anecdote for the policy position, the sound-bite for the substantive answer.

Poor Timmy, he tries to concentrate, but he has only one thing on his mind.


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Bush: Mukasey or nobody for AG


Bush sought to save Michael Mukasey's troubled nomination for attorney general Thursday, 
defending the retired judge's refusal to say whether he considers waterboarding torture and 
warning of a leaderless Justice Department if Democrats do not confirm him.

"If the Senate Judiciary Committee were to block Judge Mukasey on these grounds, they would set 
a new standard for confirmation that could not be met by any responsible nominee for attorney general," 
Bush said in a speech at the Heritage Foundation, a conservative think tank.

"That would guarantee that America would have no attorney general during this time of war," the president said.
"because I'm a nine year-old, snot-nosed, spoiled little brat who's going to stomp and spit 
  and hold my breath if I don't get exactly what I want when I want it."

Let's make this torture issue our line in the sand.  Let's make the next nominee declare, 
"America doesn't waterboard because it's torture and torture is illegal..."

And if Bush doesn't like it he can go straight to hell.

But, of course, Reid and Leahy and the others will cave-in because that's who they are.

       "We serve at the pleasure of Der Schimpanse!" 

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Subject: Edwards and Obama's tactics

I watched the Democratic debate Tuesday and I'm not impressed with candidates
who use personal and phony attacks. I think Edwards in particular and Obama to a
lesser extent are behaving more like Republicans than Democrats.

If a candidate can't win on the merits of their position and their record then they shouldn't win.
When candidates go negative and do it in a dishonest way all you get is a dishonest politician.
I used to like Edwards and Obama.  Now, not so much.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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Thanks to Marselle

Screwing the Troops

A very old/good friend of mine named Jay told me a sad story, and I say that because I don't want you
to think this is one of those my-neighbor's-gardner's-cousin's-friend-knows-a-guy type of deals.

Jay is 53, his dad is 80 and in bad health. Jay's Mom can't give her husband the proper care he needs, 
so he has no choice but to live in a nursing home in rural Arkansas.

He was in the Air Force for 23 years - shouldn't that count for something?
You'd think 23 years serving your country for minimum f-ing wage would get you
some retirement health care, and in this case he is getting it - but it comes with a catch:

Since the government is paying the $4,000 a month it takes to care for him, when his wife 
eventually dies, the government takes possession of their paid for home.

I told Jay I'd never heard of this before, and he said this was a new program those
back-stabbing "we love the troops" Republicans passed when they controlled everything.
I've known Jay 35 years, and talking to him yesterday was the first time I ever heard his voice 
crack with emotion. It's not easy to watch the Bush bastards steal your family home. 

Does anyone know about this?
What's this "Screw the Troops" program called?

Bush keeps whining that he needs all these extra hundreds of billions "for the troops,"
but where's that money going if not for their health care?
And which Bush crony oversees this "We Steal Your Assets" program?

This isn't right - that house belong to Jay and his brothers after his Mom dies,
but the Bush bastards are going to steal their property and they have no choice.

Can we help my friend Jay in any way?
Who knows about this program?
Who wrote this "Screw the Troops" legislation?
Can we shed some light on this?

Are there any Democratic ex-soldiers who can help?
Why are our elected Democrats silent about this outrage?

If we get some grounded-in-fact  info, maybe I could ask you to send some letters of outrage
to your favorite web sites and columnists so maybe we can get the ball rolling to stop this outrage.

We're the richest country in the world, (or we were before Bush raped our Treasury,)
but it's wrong to steal a soldier's house because he needed health care - don't you agree?

So first, let's look around and talk to our military friends get try to come up with some info 
and accumulate some links on this viscious "We Steal Your Assets" program?

Do today's soldiers know that the Bush bastards will steal their assets, too?

If you know a military family, warn them that Bush is coming to steal your home.
Maybe your parents should put their house in YOUR NAME so when the Bush bastards
run an asset check they'll find out the former soldier is techinically "without assets."

Help  alert the country about those billionaire Bush bastards stealing soldiers' homes.
I think it's a fucking outrage and you should be angry, too.


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Subject: The case for Kucinich

Here it is in a nutshell:

It seems obvious that the republicon-artists will be soundly beaten.
I mean, just look at the pathetic lot they rounded up.
Why not have Kucinich beat them?

He was right about Iraq, started proceedings to impeach Cheney
and in that last Demo debate, he spoke up about impeaching Bush.  The list goes on.

How could you not like the guy?

I know, I know, vote for the Demo candidate no matter who (a.k.a. Hillary)
but we're not at that point yet.  Why not promote Dennis as the choice?

The more I hear him speak the more I think he is the example of what
a great American president could be.  Check out some of his stuff on YouTube.

Well, that's it.  Love the page
Keep swinging,

p.s. I'm Canadian so I guess it doesn't really matter who I'm rooting for
      but an outsider's perspective can sometimes be helpful.

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I can't swear this is real.


"After all that has happened in Iraq, why are the neocons not on the defensive?
  Given current public opinion polling, the neocons should be hiding under a rock,
  and the Democratic candidates for president should be the ones who put them there."
    -- Josh Marshall,    Link

 The GOP acts like they're proud of Der Schimpanse.
 They should be turning away from that Fascist Ass in droves.

 A smart Democrat would pour cement on their shoes
 so they can't move to another position after the primaries.

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His Name was Wellstone
  by William Rivers Pitt


Five years ago, Senator Paul Wellstone (D-MN) died when his plane went down in Minnesota.

Wellstone's first months in office were defined by his opposition to George H. W. Bush's 1991 "Gulf War"
against Iraq, and some twelve years later, his last weeks in office were defined by his vote against another
Bush administration, and against another push for war in Iraq. On October 11, 2002, Wellstone was one of
only twenty-three senators to cast a vote against the fateful Iraq War Resolution.

The week before, on October 3, Wellstone addressed the proposed attack and occupation of Iraq.
"The United States could send tens of thousands of US troops to fight in Iraq," he said, "and in so doing,
we could risk countless lives of US soldiers and innocent Iraqis."

"The United States could face soaring oil prices," he said, "and could spend billions, both on a war
and on a years-long effort to stabilize Iraq after an invasion."

"Authorizing the pre-emptive, go-it-alone use of force now," he said, "right in the midst of continuing efforts
to enlist the world community to back a tough new disarmament resolution on Iraq, could be a costly mistake for our country."

A week and a day later, the IWR passed in the Senate. Five days after that vote, it was signed into law.
Nine days after that signature, five years ago, Paul Wellstone was gone.

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LA Times sitting on sex scandal?
A presidential candidate has some 'splaining to do?


A well-connected media person told me that "everyone knows" The LA Times is sitting on a story,
all wrapped up and ready to go about what is a potentially devastating sexual scandal involving a
leading Presidential candidate.

"Everyone knows" meaning everyone in the DC mainstream media political reporting world.
"Sitting on it" because the paper couldn't decide the complex ethics of whether and when to run it.
They've had it for a while but don't know what to do.

Why are well wired media elite keeping silent about it? Because they think we can't handle the truth?
Because they think it's substantively irrelevant? What standards of judgment are they using?

What standards are they using?  The same tired standards they've used all along.
I say the guilty guy is Rudy and the whore press wants him to stay in the race.

Remember, during impeachment, "everyone in Washington" knew Snoot was banging that girl
and Schippers brought his girlfriend to the hearings and Livingston was getting leather-whipped,
but the whore media kept silent about all that to protect the GOP like they always do.

Meanwhile, they printed false rumors about Clinton because it sold more papers and ads.

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Subject: Hillary

You are now sounding a bit deranged with Clinton love.

Let's say you're a NASCAR fan.
Let's say it takes 30 points to win the Sprint/Nextel Cup - whatever.
Let's say Jeff Gordon has 25 points and Dale Jr has 18.

If someone asks you "Who's going to win the Nextel Cup?"
would your answer be "Jeff Gordon" because you love him?

What he hell is up with this Mohammed Ali analogy?

I honestly don't remember making a Hillary/Ali analogy,
but then, I drink a lot.

She didn't do too well with the attacks last debate. She supported Spitzer's plan but wouldn't endorse it.

Besides that looney Lou Dobbs screaming at Spitzer every night, I know nothing about that.
I heard a "debate" between two screamers, and someone said five other states are already doing this, 
but of course since they were screaming, everybody pretended that sentence didn't exist, so I just assume 
Dobbs is being the demagoging asshole he always is.  

Care to straighten me out?
What's the "good Democrat" position on that issue?

She supported Rangel's tax plan but wouldn't endorse it.
She supported the Kyl-Lieberman resolution, but she really didn't mean it.  (You made that up.)
She needs to cut the shit.   Stop the friggin two step and tell us what the hell she does stand for.

I'm using my legendary poker skills to determine if you have any "tells."
Yes, I'm getting something now - you don't like Hillary!

I didn't see the debate, just saw the clips from it, but whore CNN is calling Hillary's performance
"the worst debating disaster in the history of Planet Earth" because they want Dobbs to be in the news.

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"I'm so stupid, I didn't even know water boarding was torture."
    -- what Mukasey will tell his friends after he's forced to withdraw his name

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Fred Phelps Hit w/ $10M judgment
 "God Hates Fags" prick takes one in the ass


A grieving father won a nearly $11 million verdict Wednesday against a fundamentalist Kansas church that
pickets military funerals in the belief that the war in Iraq is a punishment for the nation's tolerance of homosexuality.

Albert Snyder sued the Westboro Baptist Church for unspecified damages after members demonstrated
at the March 2006 funeral of his son, Lance Cpl. Matthew Snyder, who was killed in Iraq.

The jury first awarded $2.9 million in compensatory damages and $6 million in punitive damages
for invasion of privacy and $2 million for causing emotional distress.

U.S. District Judge Richard Bennett noted the size of the award for compensating damages
"far exceeds the net worth of the defendants," according to financial statements filed with the court.ere i

Fine - hound them 24/7 for every nickle the way Fred Goldman hounds OJ.

One other thing?
I can't see this happening in Oklahoma or Texas.
Koresh, you have emotional military dudes putting one of their own in the ground and these assholes
are there to disrupt the service and scream fag insults at a grieving family on their very worst day?

I give you my Nancy Grace Guarantee that no Oklahoma jury would find the family/soldiers guilty
if they assaulted the "God Hates Fags" assholes and extracted some teeth, maybe some broken bones...

It would also give Phelps a reason to stop being such a religiously-insane dick.

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"We are making progress...."  
   -- Bush whore Dana Purnia, asked if Karen Hughes was successful at getting
       the Arab world love to "Manpile Bush," the American Rapist/Torturer/Invader    Link

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Subject: Bush supporters

Would any of the executives who continue to support Bush's presidency 
also support him taking over one of their corporations as CEO after he leaves office?
Doubt it.
-Houston the Hawaiian DJ

Hell no!
They know Bush would bankrupt their company and probably kill 4,000 employees
while illegally selling the company's assets and putting the money in the BFEE account.

Oh, and he would accuse the previous CEO of being gay.

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"An FBI memo sent out said that an al-Qaeda detainee had given them some information
  that the next wave of terrorism could be in the form of setting wildfires."
     -- Fox News, on the cause of the California wildfires,   Link

"Or perhaps al-Qaeda is planning to infiltrate a cable news channel and staff it with morons."
     -- Jon Stewart, 

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Subject: Hillary and war

Bart, you wrote,

> "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."

In other words, when Hillary had a chance in 2002 to PREVENT the deaths of nearly 4,000 American troops and
1,000,000 Iraqis, you believe that her voting to give a known liar with a known agenda a blank check to pursue that
agenda was well worth it because it would enable her, 6 years later, to avoid being labeled "soft on terrorism"?
-- 1,400,000 needlessly dead so Hillary couldn't be called "soft on terrorism" in her presidential run?
I'd expect that sort of thinking from the Bush people, but not from you.

You're upset - I think you need a hug.

You seem to be pretending it was a tie vote to go to war with Iraq,
and it fell to Hillary to decide this issue for America and the world.

That's not what happened.
She voted with 77 other senators,
so how did Hillary have a chance to save all those lies?

You also wrote,

"'I've never heard anyone I respect say Hillary was "just like" Bush.
  And as far as dangerous, you would risk Giuliani's finger on the button?'"

No, actually I genuinely fear the prospect of either a Hillary or Giuliani presidency -- both are obedient
errand runners for the Israeli lobby who will wage any war that Israel's Likud handjobs want (and they
want a few more).  Hillary, in particular, I fear because she's very likely to be anxious to prove she isn't
soft on terrorism and can be as tough as any man.  If Bush (with Hillary's acquiescence) hasn't started
one already, one can expect a preemptive war and draft soon after either a Hillary or Giuliani election.

You don't have the luxury of treating them the same.
You don't get to say, "Charlie Manson and my ex-wife are both monsters."

One is a monster, the other disappointed you.

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Subject: That Punkinhead of bush is damn scary

Hey Bart,

I clicked on your website and that picture of bush gave me chills.  
I'm scared to go to bed.  
That is his true face.  


Take care,

Rita, that picture was the creepiest of all the creepy pictures people sent it.

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"The Clintons' presidency was a never-ending campaign,
   more so than about governing the country."
    -- His Oinkness, on his Lil Hate Radio Show

 Butt Rush,
 How many thousands of soldiers did Clinton kill trying to steal some oil?

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Poll: Hillary would beat Rudy


One year before voters go to the polls to select the next president, the Republican Party is as
weak as it has been in a generation, a detailed new poll suggests.  In a hypothetical match-up
between Hillaryand Rudy, bloc after bloc of traditionally Republican voters break for Clinton:

She wins the South.
She polls evenly with voters who attend church at least once a week.
She splits families with a household income above $100,000.
She loses rural voters and men - but only by a narrow margin.
All are constituencies Republicans have dominated for decades;
George W. Bush won each by double-digit margins.

You know what that means...


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Subject: attack Chris Dodd?

Yes Bart, you must attack Chris Dodd.
We cannot have anyone on Bartcop telling the truth.

Hmmmm, looks like somebody's looking for a fight.
Are you talking Senator Zero Percent giving the 20-point front-runner advice on how to win?

You were once great. But Hillary has turned you into a Republican.

She doesn't have that much power - and you must be a monkey.
You're either insane over Israel or a Naderite. I wonder which?

You actually think I should vote for a pathetic candidate because the polls say I should.

No, I think you should vote with your party to ensure that the Fascists lose the election
Besides, it beats asking for a pony when you know you that's not an option.

BTW, are you hot for Dodd?
Guess what - he's not going to win.

Take a step back and realize how pathetic you sound.

Why don't you take a step back, ...and then blow me.

Hillary will not be Bill Clinton.

That's a borderline stupid thing to say.

And you will not bring back the Clinton years.

We can bring the murder-rape-invade-torture years to an end - if we vote together.

Someday you will sober up and realize how you went into the depth of stupidity.

I'll be sober in the morning, but you'll have that brain the rest of your life.

When you get in the voting booth, if "pony" is one of your choices, I'll send you $50.

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Subject: Bush overplayed his hand

This is typical for a megalomaniac like Bush.

Bush is an uber-rich frat boy who has never had to deal with real consequences for his actions.
Everything in his life has been handed to him on a golden platter without having to compromise
or actually earn anything. In Bush's World, the game is always fixed.

It was like this for him through his days as a sub-par, delinquent "student" who enjoyed preferential
treatment that would have warranted expulsion for others to the days he skipped out of serving in
Viet-Nam with a cushy appointment in The Champagne Division, then going AWOL, to the days
he ran the businesses in which he was involved into the ground - yet, pocketed millions for himself
along with  his cronies.  It was the same story even with the 2000 election.

People like Bush tend to believe that The World will adjust to their visions of reality, unlike most
people who have been raised to conform or face the reality based consequences of errant behavior.

Bush sees other people - especially those of lower socio-economic castes -  as nothing but cardboard
cutouts that are put here for his personal amusement. It's obvious to notice how he uses the troops for
props to stand in front of during one of his many semi-coherent rambling diatribes for the media's cameras.
He's a truly dangerous socio-path of the worse kind.

You notice I'm not interrupting you...

When you mix this with undiluted power sans oversight, accountability and a cabal of ideological
fanatic criminal crazies like The Neo-Cons, Cheney and nefarious opportunistic con artists like Chalabi,
it's easy to see how Bush could be convinced that they could pull it off way or another.

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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 3,842....3,845

We lost another 3 soldiers since last issue.

We have 3,845 dead soldiers.
If you don't like it, talk to this man.

He's having too nuch fun and
he's making too much money to stop.

The soldiers have 472 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.

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Subject: donation

You bet your ass I'll vote for HER if she wins the nomination.
At least she's acting like she wants it,
 Eddy the OK Pillar

Eddy, great, great, great point. All year, we've been hearing, 
"Why doesn't Obama attack? Why doesn't Edwards attack?"

I'd hate to be hearing that all next summer and all next fall -wouldn't you?
If Edwards and Obama play that "Let's be nice" shit with the BFEE they'll get castrated.

Do we need a third too-shy-to-fight candidate in a row?

I say no.

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