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Tuesday-Monday  Nov 20-26, 2007  Vol 2073 - Crawford Goat Grab 

Quote of the Day

"TV made Rudy Giuliani a hero, 
  and we'll use TV to take him down." 
    -- Jim Riches, deputy New York City fire chief,      Link

 Can Mr 9-11 win NY with the firefighters against him?
 Or will they change the rules to win, like in California?
 

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Cognitive Dissonance 
Arrow Bush ally Howard loses HOT
Arrow The Deal with Ron Paul HOT
Arrow 20K more brain injuries HOT
Arrow Hate Crimes are Up
Arrow Exxon's oil costs HOT
Arrow Why I hate Hillary... 
Arrow Pakistan at the Brink 
Arrow Jessica Alba Looking... 


 
 

 


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Quotes

"I spoke with those individuals, and they assured me they were not involved in this.
  And that's where it stands."
    -- Scotty the Underbear, Oct. 10, 2003, proclaiming Rove and Libby innocent, Link
 

"The most powerful leader in the world had called upon me to speak on his behalf and help restore
credibility he lost amid the failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. So I stood at the
White house briefing room podium for the better part of two weeks and publicly exonerated two of
the senior-most aides in the White House: Rove and Libby. There was one problem. It was not true.
I had unknowingly passed along false information. And five of the highest ranking officials in the
administration were involved: Rove, Libby, Vheney, Andy Card and the president himself."
     --Excerpt from Scott McClellan's book,   Link
 


 

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Bush's Clever Cognitive Dissonance
  by Robert Parry

 consortiumnews.com

 Excerpt:
In a Nov. 15 speech to the right-wing Federalist Society, the President embraced the Constitution's
checks and balances as a vital protection against tyranny. And he demanded that federal judges act
as fair referees, not political or ideological partisans.

To many Americans who have been aghast at Bush's six-plus years of trampling the Constitution,
such pronouncements might represent a textbook case of "cognitive dissonance," a psychological term
describing the uncomfortable tension when one's stated principles are at odds with one's actions.

For Bush, however, this divergence of words from behavior may be closer to the fable of the Emperor's
New Clothes, when the monarch strutted about in invisible garments while his terrified subjects kept quiet
about his nakedness.

In this case, the Washington press corps reported on Bush's speech as if the President
were entirely sincere and left out contradictory facts.
 

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Quotes

"I think she's a very formidable candidate, and she has been under pressure.
No question, there is no question that Senator Clinton understands pressure
better than any of the candidates, you know, in the race."
       -- Dubya,  Link

"I can't tell if Bush is endorsing Hillary, hoping she's the nominee,
  or thanking her for her votes on Iraq and Iran."
      --Obama spokesperson Bill Burton,   Link
 

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Bush ally Howard loses

 Link

 Excerpt:
Australia's prime minister, John Howard, one of Bush's staunchest allies in Asia, suffered a big-ass defeat
at the hands of the electorate on Saturday, as his Liberal Party-led coalition lost its majority in Parliament.

He will be replaced by Kevin Rudd, the Labor Party leader. "Today Australia looks to the future," Rudd told
a cheering crowd in Queensland. "Today the Australian people have decided that we as a nation will move forward."

Howard's defeat follows that of José María Aznar of Spain, who also backed Bush's bloody invasion and
political setbacks for Tony Blair, who stepped down as Britain's prime minister in June. ear
 

So Bush has lost three poodles?

The pro-war Bushie will lose anywhere they have free elections.
If we had free elections here, Gore would be ending Year Seven about now.
 

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Proof he's crazy Quotes

"I'll take my chances."
    -- John McCain, saying he would reject protection from the Secret Service
        because it's inconvenient and a "waste of taxpayer's money",  Link

"A higher being has a mission for me in my life."
      -- John McCain,  YouTube

"What America needs now is another religious wingnut
  who hears voices in his head telling him he's on a mission."
    --grzelakc,   YouTube
 

 I know - how about a candidate who believes in science and logic?
 Maybe a member of the Church of Reality?
 

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Subject: where are you?

Where are you and what is going on with the website?
 Philip in Ohio
 

Sorry about that, but when I'm away I always leave a message as to why.
Even if we have a flood or a fire, Chicago Jim and Marc Perkel each have
access to the page and can get a message up if I'm not able.

If the page doesn't change for a few days, read the page that's up closely
and it'll usually say where we are and when we expect to be back.

It feels good to be back home.
 

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The Deal with Ron Paul
 by Mona Cheran (R-Whore)

 Link

 Excerpt:
Ron Paul is inconsistent.
Ron Paul is historically challenged.
Ron Paul is unserious.
Ron Paul is too cozy with the kooks.
Ron Paul is the favorite candidate of a number of racist, neo-Nazi and conspiracist websites.
 

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"I will never wash this hand again. He's the best president in the world." 
    --  --12-year-old Lauren Cole, after shaking hands with the Chimp,  Link
 

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Subject: Dead soldiers

Bart:

I believe that it was actually announced (very quietly) that the only soldiers counted as "war casualties"
are the ones who actually die on the battlefield.  Even if the soldier only makes it as far as the nearest
aid station, he's not part of the death count.

Now, it becomes very easy to manipulate numbers with those kind of rules.  Harrah's Tahoe does it all the time.
They have a policy that "nobody dies at Harrah's."  If someone in the casino dies on the floor from a heart attack,
the ambulance drivers are pre instructed to put on an oxygen mask and begin CPR.

Then they will release word that he died at, or "on the way" to the hospital.
I wonder how many of our troops have been handled in such a fashion.
 Jim
 

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20,000 more vet brain injuries

 Link

 Excerpt:
At least 20,000 U.S. troops who were not classified as wounded in Bush's quagmire have been found
with signs of brain injuries, according to military and veterans records compiled by USA TODAY.

The data, provided by the Army, Navy and Department of Veterans Affairs, show that about five times
as many troops sustained brain trauma as the 4,471 officially listed by the Pentagon through Sept. 30.
These cases also are not reflected in the Pentagon's official tally of wounded, which stands at 30,327.

The number of brain-injury cases were tabulated from records kept by the VA and four military bases
that house units that have served multiple combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.  One base released its
count of brain injuries at a medical conference. The others provided their records at the request of
USA TODAY, in some cases only after a Freedom of Information Act filing was submitted.
 

They're lying about the costs of this war - and anyone who asks a question doesn't "support the troops."
They're lying about the financial cost of this mess and they're lying about the number of dead and wounded, too.
 

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Hate Crimes Up under Bush
 Bush Abu Grabs America  ...we're all shocked?

 Link
 

They say, "Torture isn't torture."
and we all know they're lying, and the American whore press helps them lie.
 

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Bombing Hiroshima
  by Anthony Gregory

  consortiumnews.com

 Excerpt:
The 1946 Strategic Bombing Survey determined it had been unnecessary to the winning of the war.
We know that Japan, demoralized from having dozens of cities obliterated in fire bombings, was extending peace feelers.

"The Japanese were ready to surrender," said Dwight Eisenhower, who believed the bomb was "completely unnecessary."
Admiral William D. Leahy, General Douglas MacArthur, and many other high officials at the time agreed.

Japan wanted only to keep its emperor. Understandably, the nation feared the consequences of the unconditional surrender
that Truman and the Allies demanded. They had reason to fear brutalities exceeding the very harsh treatment of Germany
under the Versailles Treaty after World War I, which had come after a mere conditional surrender.

Some have tried to rewrite history and have said that to win the war without nuclear weapons, the U.S. would have had to
invade and suffer intolerable losses, that the atomic bomb "saved a million lives." But there is no reason to doubt that
Japan's cause was lost by mid-1945 - even without an invasion.
 

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Subject: About those 7000 families returning to Baghdad....

Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki hails the "return" of "7,000 families" to Baghdad as proof positive
that the "surge" is working, but the reality is that, as Juan Cole points out, the many tens of thousands
who fled to Syria are now being forced by the Syrian government to leave, which explains the great "return."

They're being kicked out of Damascus, and they're not allowed into the U.S.,
so where else are they supposed to go?

http://www.antiwar.com/justin/?articleid=11930
 

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Why I hate Hillary... 
 by Pauk Lobe

 Link

 Excerpt:
When Democrats worry about Hillary's electability, they focus on her reenergizing a depressed Republican base
while demoralizing core Democratic activists, particularly those outraged about the war, and thus maybe lose
the election. But there's a further danger if Hillary's nominated--that she will win but then split the Democratic Party.

Wait - so if the front-runner splits the party, we should nominate someone with less support?
 

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Subject: Great Answer to a Stupid Question

Katie Couric, while interviewing a Marine sniper,  asked:
'What do you feel.....when you shoot a terrorist?'

The Marine shrugged and  replied,
'A  slight recoil.'
 

That might be a great joke ...if they invaded us.
 

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Quotes

"This is the Marcos moment, where we tell the friendly and decent dictator, that his time has passed.
The problem with these friendly dictators is they end up wanting to hang on, they like being dictators beyond
when it is in their country's national interest, and beyond when it is in our interest. I think he has to go."
       -- Bill Kristol (R-Always Wrong) talking about Musharraf or Der Shipanse, not sure which,    Link
 

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Subject: European gas

Bart, you ably responded to a monkey who was talking up
the price of a gallon of gas in America and Britain:

You asked:

> "But the Brits get free health care - we pay $1000 a month for ours.
>   How much do you drive? "

Good answer, but it's even better than that - we don't really have to
do much driving, since we also get pretty good mass transit.

I admit, I still miss being able to get a decent pizza.
But, hey, everything's a trade-off, eh?

ha ha

Anyway, I'm pretty sure high oil prices were exactly what Cheney wanted.

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Subject: Kerry/Pickens

Bart, Kerry's such a putz.
Be that as it may, this is a letter I'm sending to T. Boone Pickens:

Dear Mr. Pickens:

While I have known for years that you were an unprincipled corporate raider with a heart
blacker than Snidely Whiplash, until I read about your $1 million dollar challenge to anyone
who proves the Swift Boaters were lying, I had no idea you were also dumbass Nazi scumbag.

Who woulda ever thought ?!

Paul in NC
 

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Quotes

"A new poll finds Mitch the Bitch McConnell's (R-KY  ha ha ) approval rating
is negative for the first time. His approval is now at 44% and his disapproval is
at an all-time high of 47%.  The Bitch is up for re-election next year."
    -- Political Wire,    Link
 

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Subject: Dead in the Army

Who would have imagined there could be so many deaths during peacetime?
I guess they don't really "count" though because they weren't war-related under orders from
an illegitimate President in an illegal act of aggression. But still in all, dead-is-dead in the Army.
That's some kinda dangerous job, huh?

Bush's war year in 2004 had less military deaths than Jimmy Carter's peace time year in 1980.
Clinton had 3 years over 1000 W has had only 2 years over 1000 (during a war).

From newsgnome.blogspot.com (Military deaths)

FIGURES ARE CONFIRMED ON DEPARTMENT OF DEFENSE SITE
1980 2,392 (Carter)
1981 2,380 Reagan
1982 2,319
1983 2,465
1984 1,999
1985 2,252
1986 1,984
1987 1,983
1988 1,819
1989 1,636 Bush
1990 1,507
1991 1,787
1992 1,293
1993 1,213 Clinton
1994 1,075
1995 1,040
1996 974
1997 817
1998 827
1999 796
2000 758
2001 891 Bush
2002 999
2003 1,410 / 534*
2004 1,887/ 900*
2005 919*
2006 920*
* Figures are Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom fatalities only.
 Peter
 

Peter, that web site is a giant handjob - it's a joke.
First, I don't believe those numbers for a second.
Clinton lost 18 soldiers that Bush sent to Somalia - no more.
Plus, this handjob site quoted John Edwards as saying,

"Pretty soon we're not going to have a young African-American male population in America.
Of course we could have all African-American women sterilized to correct the problem even before it starts."

John Edwards has never been that stupid, but Bill Bennett is, and it was Bennett who said that.
 

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Syphlitic Quotes

"The first contingent of over 60 members of my family arrives today
  for the Thanksgiving week. It's going to be an interesting week here, folks."
       -- the vulgar Pigboy, who has no wife and no kids

"I don't know how to milk a rat. And even if I knew how to milk a rat,
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      -- the sick bastard, possibly with a naked 8 year-old Dominican boy in his lap.

"I actually thank God that I became addicted to pain pills, because the process
  of going through rehab taught me more about myself than I had ever known."
    -- would a man not on drugs say something that stupid?

"What people forget is that markets work -- if you just let them work themselves out."
   -- Rush, on why he no longer has a TV show

"'Feminist men' are the ones that need batteries."
   -- Pigboy, confused about what goes where during sex.
 

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Subject: your fundraiser 

Bart, you're a lousy fundraiser.
 Tim
 

Tim, I agree.
 

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Quotes

"We have elected Democratic officials who seem more worried about how Bush might
  respond to Iran's murder of our troops, than about the fact that Iran is murdering our troops."
     -- Kissyface Lieberman,   Link
 

 But Kissyface, if the troops came home, Iran couldn't kill them.
 

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Richard Roberts resigns from O.R.U.HOT
 At least it's not from a sex scandal - probably...

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Subject: Kos & Newsweek - Juan Williams

Bart:

Somebody might ask Mr. Williams what Mr. Rove's credentials as a journalist are.
Dave in Arcadia
 

Or, they could ask that whore Juan Williams what makes HIM a journalist
besides getting on his knees and whoring for the rich, white, racist Republicans.

I'm so old, I remember when Juan Williams had some self-respect.
 

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How much Exxon pays for oil

 Link

 Excerpt:
Oil is selling for nearly $100 a barrel. Gasoline is near $3 a gallon. Oil companies are swimming in cash.
But these record-high prices are both a boom and a burden for Big Oil.

Big oil companies refine more crude than they produce. That means they must buy crude to refine at
market prices, which are now at record highs. Gasoline prices, meanwhile, have only made modest gains.

To be sure, producing the stuff has made big money for big oil over the last few years.
Although it costs a lot less than $90 a barrel to pump, it's still not as cheap as you'd think.

The world's cheapest oil to extract comes from Saudi Arabia and costs $2 a barrel.  But that oil,
over 8 million barrels a day, is pumped mostly by the Saudis and is largely off-limits to Western oil firms.

For Western firms, it can cost as little as $5 to $7 a barrel to pump.
 

If you read the article, they have a bunch of hooey about poor Exxon and their costs,
but it's all a shell game to make the prices go higher.

Sometimes Exxon pays retail, sometimes they buy wholesale.
And as long as they can foggy up the bookkeeping, they can claim the cheap oil
cost them a lot to acquire and ka-ching, the monopoly money gushes in faster.

Nobody is as greedy as an oil man.
That's how Bush got 4,000 soldiers killed.
 

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Subject: Thanks

Dear Bart,

You have been THE forum for us on the west side of Maui.

My OLD bud Fud has been involved with you for the decades.
So the skinny genius helped with some computer problems
and soo i was introduced to a forum that i could access anytime.

You and all of your people (devotees would be more accurate),
but i write in english where Punjabi is taboohoohoo.

Just needed to tell you folks i read what you write and i give you my best
from a hard-working old man and hope to find your site anywhere i am in this world.

YOU FOLKS ARE GREAT!
  JOE (Pacifist for life Joe)
 

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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

 Link

Some people celebrate Bush's bloody oil war...

Some don't.
x 3,871....3,876

We lost another 5 soldiers since last issue.

We have 3,876 dead soldiers.

We'd like to bring the soldiers home,
but a serial killer is stopping us.


Separated at birth?

Ted Bundy killed 28.
George W Bush is at 3,876 and counting.
 
 

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.

http://icasualties.org/oif/


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Bush Pushes Pakistan to the Brink
 by Ivan Eland

 consortiumnews.com

 Excerpt:
How did the Bush administration help create this mess?

It all started in 2002. The Bush administration decided U.S. forces should stay and occupy
Afghanistan after their successful invasion to oust the radical Islamist Taliban movement from power.

Meddling in and occupation of Muslim lands by non-Muslims is what drives Islamists to violent acts
- guerrilla warfare and terrorism. For example, American support for the corrupt Saudi Arabian regime,
and U.S. military presence in holiest lands of Islam, led Osama bin Laden to launch his terrorist campaign.

I'll bet 90 percent of Americans don't even know that's true.
Bush keeps saying, "They hate us for our freedom" and the whore media agrees with that crap.

Similarly, continued occupation of Afghanistan and the failed attempt to eradicate opium have led
to Afghan disillusion with the West and increased support for a resurgent Taliban movement.

That's where Pakistan comes in. The Pakistani intelligence services, in order to dominate Afghanistan,
supported the Taliban in its original quest for power, and during its despotic rule.
 

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