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Wednesday  Nov 28, 2007  Vol 2075 - Electoral Cyanide 

Quote of the Day

"America is hooked on Saudi oil
  and I think that's absurd."

    -- Mike Huckabee,    Link

  Mike, why blame "America?"
  America didn't get us hooked on terrorist oil.

  You should blame the real criminals, 
  the Bush bastards and the super-greedy
  oil companies that are drowning in billions
   of dollars in profit while poor families are 
  paying $50 per car per week for gas while
  their sons and husbands are dying in Iraq.

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Rules of Evidence
Arrow Rudy's Pedo AdvisorHOT
Arrow Privacy Rights Denied
Arrow Depressed Superpower HOT
Arrow Journalists: Iraq Unsafe? 
Arrow Lott's gay rent boy? HOT
Arrow Cloning the Chimp
Arrow Crackpot Realism
Arrow Warrant for Hayden  


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"I didn't ask the President his psycho - I didn't psychoanalyze the President to find out why he invited
Al Gore to the White House. There is an annual event in which the President invites the American
Nobel Prize winners to the White House. Al Gore happens to be one of those recipients this year.
And I believe it was a presidential, gentlemanly and a friendly thing to do to. Obviously,
President Gore -- Vice President Gore will bring up anything that he wants to bring up."

    -- Dana Purina, telling the truth for the very first time,    Link

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The Bush Rules of Evidence
  by Robert Parry

In n the history of the country, perhaps no political family has been more protected from scandal than the Bushes.

When the Bushes are involved in dirty deals or even criminal activity, standards of evidence change. Instead of proof
“beyond a reasonable doubt” that would lock up an average citizen, the evidence must be perfect.

If there’s any doubt at all, the Bushes must be presumed innocent. Even when their guilt is obvious to anyone
with an ounce of common sense, it’s their accusers and those who dare investigate who get the worst of it.
Their motives are challenged and their own shortcomings are cast in the harshest possible light.

For decades – arguably going back generations – the Bushes have been protected by their unique position
straddling two centers of national power, the family’s blueblood Eastern Establishment ties and the Texas
oil crowd with strong links to the Republican Right.

This reality was underscored again by how major news outlets and the right-wing press reacted to
Bush's former press secretary blowing the lid off the criminal cover-up in the “Plame-gate” scandal.

Even when Bush gets caught red-handed, when his own people who were in the room say, "He lied,"
the American whore press covers for Bush and attacks the motives of the eye-witnesses.

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"Jesus, take pity on me! I’m going to die of exhaustion."
-- A factory worker in China, after being forced to work a 19-hour shift making crucifixes,,     Link

This poor bastard - if Jesus is his only hope, he's going to work 19-hour shifts forever.

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Privacy Rights Denied
Screwing the Constitution since January 20, 2001


The Constitution protects individuals against unreasonable searches, but for this protection to have
practical meaning, the courts must enforce it. This week, the Supreme Court let stand a disturbing
ruling out of California that allows law enforcement to barge into people’s homes without a warrant.
The case has not prompted much outrage, perhaps because the people whose privacy is being invaded
are welfare recipients, but it is a serious setback for the privacy rights of all Americans.

San Diego County’s district attorney has a program called Project 100% that is intended to reduce
welfare fraud. Applicants for welfare benefits are visited by law enforcement agents, who show up
unannounced and examine the family’s home, including the insides of cabinets and closets.
Applicants who refuse to let the agents in are generally denied benefits.

So, if you're not lucky enough to have financial stability, you have to let Bush's goons
go thru your cabinets and drawers any time they want for any reason they want?


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Rudy's Pedophile Advisor
 How crooked can one Republican be?


If Giuliani becomes the Republican nominee, his pro-abortion view is not likely to be the only issue troubling to
Catholic voters. Catholics in the United States have just passed through the most tumultuous period in their history
since the public school riots of the mid-19th century. Catholics want to put the sex abuse crisis behind
-- and a Giuliani nomination will keep the name of Msgr. Alan Placa in the headlines. It will become widely
that Placa stands accused of abuse, but perhaps more importantly, he stands accused of preventing and delaying
"the discovery of criminal abuse by priests.

This hardly comports with Giuliani's law-and-order image, and it will not help him to convince Catholics
to trust his judgment as the future leader of our nation."


Damn, between his three wives, Bernard Kerik and another pedo priest on his payroll,
we can gather that Rudy either is a horrible judge of character - or one sick bastard.

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"I actually believe that Democrats are going to agree with me on that by the time we get to the
general election. We'd have two -- instead of one -- irresponsible, terrorist-supporting regimes that
have enormous amounts of wealth available to them wanting to become nuclear powers in Middle East.
History will show that 'it will turn out to have been the correct decision to have removed him'."
  -- Rudy the cross-dresser, planning to win next year carrying the "War is Great" banner,    Link

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The Depressed Superpower
America is no longer in charge of the world


As frustration takes hold in the land of optimism, Americans are beginning to resemble Germans.
They are collectively depressed over the Iraq War, the weak dollar and the aging of the baby boomers.
Presidential candidates are left to preach change to an electorate that is afraid of it.

All it takes to find out why America is in such a bad mood is a look at the local section of any
American newspaper, at the photos of the smiling faces of soldiers killed in Iraq.

All it takes to discover why Americans are beginning to doubt their own greatness is to speak to Adrian Fenty,
the mayor of Washington, DC.   His vision is for students in the District of Columbia to receive their books at
the beginning of the school year, not in the middle. When asked whether he has other visions, the mayor nods
enthusiastically. His goal, he says, is to improve security in the city's schools. Fenty wants to make sure students
in the United States capital can once again leave the classroom without facing the threat of violence.

So, thanks to Bush's stupidity and heartless greed, we all live in Fallujah now.
When Clinton was president, we argued about the budget surplus and the "horrors" of oral sex.

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Journalists: Iraq too Dangerous
How can this be?


Nearly 90 percent of U.S. journalists in Iraq say Baghdad is still too dangerous to visit, despite a recent drop
in violence attributed to the build-up of U.S. forces. The survey by the Pew Research Center showed that
many U.S. journalists believe coverage has painted too rosy a picture of the conflict.

"Coverage" painted too rosy a picture? No, it was YOU bastards,
the lying whores of the American media who did that to help Der Shipanse

A separate poll showed that 48 percent of Americans believe the U.S. military effort in Iraq is going
very or fairly well, up from 34 percent in June, amid signs of declining Iraqi civilian casualties and
progress against Islamist militants such as al Qaeda in Iraq.

But most journalists said they believe violence and the threat of violence have increased during their tenures.

You lying "journalists" keep telling us about the "thousands" of Iraqi families
who are "surging" back into the city because it's sooooooo safe.

Wouldn't it be easier to just tell the damn truth?

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Did Trent Lott keep gay rent boy?
Hooker denies it, but don't they all?



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Subject: why she hates Hillary

Is Arianna still insanely jealous of Hillary?
I took her off of my favorites because she got to sounding like a broken record.

Poor thing; what will she do if Hillary is not the nominee?
She won't have anything to write about then.
 Marian in Missouri

I think Arianna has gone off on Hillary to make the big bucks.
How else can she get noticed?

If you attack Hillary you make all the morning news shows, then all evening on FOX,
then 60 Minutes wants to prifile you, then CNN gives you "da full howa" with Larry King.

"Dat's right!"

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Cloning the Chimp


While Bush will be in office for fourteen more months, many have labeled him the Worst President Ever.
They complain that the Bush legacy will extend well beyond January of 2009 when the next President
takes office. Political observers lament he has had the "reverse Midas touch," where he's worsened every
aspect of American foreign and domestic policy he's blundered into. Bush's most lasting negative legacy
is his autocratic leadership style, which has inspired other politicians to emulate his tactics and ethics.
As a result, we see mini-Dubyas running for President and Dubya clones ruling other countries.

Bush has had a distinctive and destructive presidency. One characterized by dogmatic inflexibility:
he came into power with a militant conservative agenda - cut taxes, reduce government restrictions
on business, expand role of the military, and promote American empire - and has not deviated from this.
Even in the face of evidence that it was counterproductive, Bush has steadfastly pursued his program:
when he launched his "war" on terror, he could have asked the American people to make a common
economic sacrifice and pay higher taxes, but he refused to do this. His administration ran up
unprecedented deficits while claiming to be "stimulating" the market.

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Subject: raising my hand

In our last issue, I said,

> "Everyone who still thinks there's a God, raise your hand."

Bill from Versailles has taken up that challenge.


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"Rudy's backers consistently say that he'd appoint "strict constructionist" judges to the bench.
Media pundits like Sean Hannity brandish the phrase as if it were a conclusive argument for the
acceptability of Giuliani's campaign to "pro-life" Americans. Pat Robertson apparently agrees.
But the most important man in the room - Giuliani himself - doesn't and I find that appalling."
 -- Tony Perkins, head handjob at the Family Research Council,   Link

You Republicans need to remember Rudy has always been and will always be a "baby-killer."
The idea that you'd sacrifice those "little babies" to keep this war going proves you're double-fuct.

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Subject: Bart - take a deep breath...

Source: BBC News

Chinese "tequila" worries Mexico
Mexico wants action to protect the tequila industry from Chinese competition.

The lower house of Congress voted to urge the government to stop Chinese firms patenting maguey
- a type of agave cactus used in tequila.

MPs are also worried that Chinese and Japanese firms could target the market in another cactus species, nopal.

Nopal leaves are increasingly popular in the US, where there is already strong demand for tequila.

"Nopal and Maguey are Mexican plants and if we don't take the necessary measures in time, we run
the risk of losing the denomination of origin", Cesar Duarte, the deputy who sponsored the move.

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Geff K

I think Mexico is handling this all wrong.
It taken them hundreds of years to perfect that unbelievably great taste.
China couldn't duplicate that taste if you gave them another 400 years to practice.

Mexico should challenge China to a Tequila-tasting-fest in, ...say, ...Las Vegas.

Besides, it's probably got lead in it and I like my tequila unleaded, thank you.

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"I think a woman, as head of the military, would be more apt to keep our boys at home than a man.
I’m a Republican, but Hillary seems more willing to work things out and compromise."
-- Dorothy Weddell, 85, who attended a Clinton event in Sac City, Iowa,    Link

"I’ve never caucused before, but I never felt motivated - and then here comes Hillary.
Women have brains and sometimes they have attributes that kind of outshine a man."

-- -Gwen Whitehill, 78, of Shenandoah, Iowa,     Link

Women, especially older women, refused to vote for Gore or Kerry, but they seem to like Hillary.

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Subject: Poodles of the American media

Hi Bart,

The normal news channels here in Germany are carefully sanitized.
Maybe not by Big Money, but sanitized is sanitized.

Alternative news channels on the Dreaded Demon Evil Internet are still open though.
Some of them even report reality (something to do with your church, maybe?), and some
allow you to comment at the end of the story. This appears to be the only way to see how
much Snow is floating down, and what alarm bells are being set off by it.

Currently we are approaching Blizzard level - the EU seems to have managed to
totally disable the constitution of its member states, for example...

We also have terror laws, but no easily visible tasering or guantanamo.

Why do you think I spend time on sites like yours to see what is going on?
Helmut in Germany

Helmut, your country doesn't pass laws on what God wants, right?
You don't have oil companies making the news people fabricate horseshit, right?

The news we get isn't just slanted, it's either pure lies or they don't bother to mention the story.
If 200,000 anti-war protestors flood Washington DC, the American whore media says,
"A few thousand people from both sides were there," and then they find a camera angle
that shows about 500 people when we've already seen the helicopter pictures of 200,000

When Kucinish introduced legislation to impeach the Cheney crook, they never even mentioned it.

It's gotta be better than that in Germany, right?

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       -- Rush, who made a career out of whining about how bad things are for rich, white men.

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Subject: Pelosi

Bart, you wrote:

> Pelosi's "Impeachment is off the table" could become as famous as Chamberlain's
> "Peace in our time" on history's yardstick of biggest political bungles of all time.

I will NEVER forgive her for that. I've struggled supporting anything she's done since.

She NEVER had the right to stand in the way of our Constitution. Why can't someone have a pair?
Anyone? Male or female politican? Impeach these animals at a minimum.

I'd rather see them imprison for the many crimes they've committed but I can't even get to see
the weaklings called Democrats get these bastards before the public in impeachment hearings.
I truly despise the Dems for this Bart.

It's always a bad idea to tell your opponent what your plans are.
Pelosi proved she wasn't ready for the big job and that hurt women everywhere.

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Subject: Hiroshima


I used to read quite a bit of history on Hiroshima, foremost among the reasons was
likely my work at Guided Missile Unit Ten, Submarine Base, Pearl Harbor, 1961-1963.

I believe you to be wrong (from my reading) concerning the subsequent "rounds".
I have read that we had the third atomic bomb ready, or near ready to go, and could
bring up more, on a one-per-month basis.

It's a tough cal for either side. If Germany had held out longer, there might have been
no Hiroshima or Nagasaki. But supposedly one reason we went ahead was to put
some fear in the Russians, who were realized by the US to be the next enemy.

Marvin, who will be reading you from Barcelona and Madeira
in the next two weeks, and maybe many mid-cruise points


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They read it in Winnipeg, Manitoba

They read it in Smithfield, Kentucky

They read it in Bridgewater, Nova Scotia

They read it in Liverpool, NY

They read it in Karlstad, Varmlands Lan, Sweden

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Subject: FOX News and Rudy

Mr. Bart, I think FOX boss Roger Ailes and Rudy are long-time buddies.
Rudy may have even officiated at Ailes wedding.

Keep swinging,

  Tommy Y


So, that's four marriages for Rudy? :)

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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 3,876....3,878

We lost another 2 soldiers since last issue.

We have 3,878 dead soldiers.

We'd like to bring the soldiers home,
but a certain drunk bastard is stopping us.

Bush, from European TV in July this year.

I don't think American TV showed this because
it's their job to protect the Little Dictator at all times.
Of course, it might not be beer. Maybe it's urine.

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.

The Triumph of Crackpot Realism
 by Robert Higgs

In 1958, the New Left sociologist C. Wright Mills made a seminal contribution to political science in his book
The Causes of World War Three, by introducing the concept of “crackpot realism.”

He applied the notion specifically to the intellectual outlook of top government officials, especially the ones known
as the “serious people,” who have proven their capacity for dealing with important practical affairs by, say, managing
a giant corporation, such as Halliburton or G. D. Searle, or a huge educational institution, such as Texas A&M
or the University of Chicago Graduate School of Business.

Mills’s key insight was that although such people have indeed been movers and shakers, they have moved and
shaken within such a constricted milieu of experience and training that in most respects they are fools.

Despite having developed supreme confidence in their own judgment and a corresponding contempt for other
people’s views, they are astonishingly ignorant of many workaday aspects of the world and bewildered in the
face of unexpected difficulties. As government leaders responsible for matters of war and peace, they have a
tendency to paint themselves into corners of their own making and, then, seeing no way out, to conclude that
their only escape lies in dropping bombs on somebody.

As Mills observed, “instead of the unknown fear, the anxiety without end,
some men of the higher circles prefer the simplification of known catastrophe.”

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Mac update

Things are going pretty good with my new Mac (Thanks to Blue in Seattle) but I have some questions.
Any Mac experts out there I could bother for some tips?

One thing, the cursor is super slow and it disappears a lot.
I have to search for the cursor and I don't have time for that.

I find myself staring at the screen waiting for something to happen, which is
the reason I wanted to change to a Mac - to see if it was any better/faster.

Also, it refuses to take the blue color I've used for 12 years - that's a pain.
It also refuses to accept the colors in the previous font and that's killing me.

Also, I have to hit THREE keys to use the Space bar - Shirley that can be fixed, right?

There are some things it does faster/better so it's kind of even with PC right now.
So if I could talk to an expert on the phone it would really help, but I tend to have
problems that multi-year Mac-ers have never heard of, so where can I find an expert?

I know  everything  there is to know about a Mac, Bart,
and I'd be glad to accept your call to see if I can help!

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