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Weekend-Monday, February  2-4, 2008  Vol 2110 - Benedict McCain

Quote of the Day

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  About as fair as Fox "News."
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In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Super Tuesday Math 
Arrow Obama's Underpants HOT
Arrow Nuke-yu-ler Obama? 
Arrow Those Racist Clintons HOT
Arrow Careful, Eugene 
Arrow Exxon wins Lottery HOT
Arrow Why I Hate Hillary
Arrow Stop bagging Hillary 
Arrow Rachel Bilson as WW


"Look, the only people for Hillary are the Democratic establishment and
  white women.  White women are a problem, ...we all live with that."
      -- Bill Kristol, on the GOP's "problem,"   Link

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Super Tuesday's fuzzy math


When it comes to presidential primaries, Democrats and Republicans play by different rules.
One party likes to share. The other, not so much.

Which goes a long way toward explaining why McCain hopes to take control of his race
in Super Tuesday's primaries and caucuses. And why the busiest primary day in history
may merely intensify the contest between Hillary and Barack Obama.

No, don't say that.

"The delegate selection process is designed to keep the campaign going for as long as possible"
among Democrats, said Howard Wolfson, communications director for Clinton's campaign.

The Democratic rules provide for delegates to be awarded proportionately on the basis
of the popular vote. It wasn't always that way, but a change designed to weaken the control
of party bosses was ushered in after the riotous Vietnam War-era 1968 convention.

This year, Wolfson added, the calendar "was designed to pick a candidate as quickly as possible."

Instead, the result, he said, is "this unbelievable, grueling sprint from the 26th of December
to the 5th of February that will not result in a nominee being chosen."

Don't say that.
We can't survive as a party much longer.

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Then on February 6th, we work together and
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"Has the world gone mad? When seeking to fill a position in any career, experience
doesn't just matter - experience is everything! When the field is narrowed to just two
candidates but one has much more experience than the other, the more experienced
candidate will get the position. Why should this be different when choosing a president?"
   -- Jeff P,  Link

Obama backers have been e-mailing that cute story about,
"Would you let the brain surgeon's wife operate on you?"

Well, if my choices were the brain surgeon's wife, who watched every minute
of brain surgeries for eight years OR a smooth-talking guy who'd never been
in the operating room before, I'd go with the surgeon's wife - wouldn't you?

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Subject: Teddy and Obama


There's a film clip from about a year ago when Ted Kennedy couldn't
even pronounce Obama's name, and I'm not kidding, it was hysterical.

Bob from Pa.,
I love your work!
I need to get off my ass and make a donation!

Anyone have a link to that clip?

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Obama's Underpants


Let's imagine this book's concept - 30 well-known women writers talk about how
they "feel" about Hillary - applied to 30 male writers and a male presidential candidate.
Adjusting for gender, the essay titles would now read: "Barack's Underpants,"
"Elect Brother Frigidaire," "Mephistopheles for President," "The Road to Codpiece-Gate,"
and so on. Inside, we would find ruminations on the male candidate's doggy looks and
flabby pectorals; and mocking remarks about his lack of popularity with the cool boys.
We would hear a great deal of speculation about whether the candidate was really manly
or just "faking it." We would hear a great deal about how the candidate made them feel
about themselves as men and whether they could see their manhood reflected in the
politician's testosterone displays. And we would hear virtually nothing about the
candidate's stand on political issues.

Great point!
They won't talk about the issues with Hillary because she's right on all/most of them.
So they talk about her laugh, her thighs, her cleaveage, etc.

They wouldn't take it if they did it to Obama,
but they'll eat it with a BIG spoon if you do it to Hillary.

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Big Ed the whiner

I just heard him whining (11:30 Monday CST) about,
"Everyone says I'm anti-Hillary and pro-Obama, which is crazy."

Oh please, Ed.
You're about as impartial as Randi Rhodes is, as Rachel Maddow is.

I play favorites, too, but I refuse to lie about it.

Then Ed had John Zogby on and I could hardly believe it.

Ed: John, how's California looking?

Zondy: WE'RE gaining momentum, WE'RE catching up to Hillary.

Is that what a pollster is about in these whore times?

I'm so old, I remember when pollsters didn't play favorites, but hey,
wave a twenty in front of John Zogby and watch him change his tune.

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Subject: Cheney shooting caged animals

There you go again, tellin' lies about our hero, Cheney!

You posted:

> "Don, what can you expect from a President who got his kicks exploding frogs
> and a VP who relaxes by shooting caged animals with his shotgun while drunk."

From everything I've read about that incident,
that lawyer was free-roaming, and not caged at all.

ha ha
Good one!

"Mr Cheney, I'm sorry you shot me.
 I'm very sorry, can you forgive me?"

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Saw it on


"So, Schwarzenegger endorsed McCain. He extolled McCain for 'reaching
across the political aisle to get things done'...To which I say: When did it
become the Republican Party's top priority to 'get things done?'
    -- Michelle Malkin, competing with Coulter for Slut of the Decade,  Link

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Exxon-Mobil wins $11.7B in Bush Lottery


Exxon Mobil Corp. on Friday posted the largest annual profit by a U.S. company
- $40.6 billion - as the world's biggest gouger benefited from our crooked president.
Exxon also set a U.S. record for the biggest quarterly profit, posting net income of
$11.7 billion for the final three months of 2007.

The previous record for annual profit was $39.5 billion, which Exxon Mobil made in 2006.

The eye-popping results weren't a surprise given two oil men in the White House.
In a statement, Exxon Mobil Chairman Rex Tillerson said, "It's not that hard to do
when you have a president on your side who refuses to investigate our windfall."

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Nuclear Obama


Residents in Illinois voiced outrage two years ago when Exelon Corporation failed to
disclosed radioactive leaks at one of its nuclear plants, Obama, took up their cause.

Obama scolded Exelon and federal regulators for inaction and introduced a bill to require
all plant owners to notify state and local authorities immediately of even small leaks.
He has boasted of it on the campaign trail.  "I just did that last year," he says on the stump.

But a close look at the path his legislation took tells a very different story. While he initially
fought to advance his bill, even holding up a presidential nomination to try to force a hearing
on it, Obama eventually rewrote it to reflect changes sought by Senate Republicans, Exelon
and nuclear regulators. The new bill removed language mandating prompt reporting
and simply offered guidance to regulators, whom it charged with addressing the issue.

Those revisions propelled the bill through a crucial committee. But, contrary to Obama's
comments in Iowa, it ultimately died amid parliamentary wrangling in the full Senate.

"Senator Obama's staff was sending us copies of the bill to review, and we could see it
weakening with each successive draft," said Joe Cosgrove, a park district director in
Will County, Ill., where low-level radioactive runoff had turned up in groundwater.
"The teeth were just taken out of it."oyal

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Subject: Ed Schultz

Bart, I've got to agree with you about Ed Schultz,
or as I like to refer to it, "The Big Eddie Blowhard Show."
His Rush Limbaugh wannabe past is just under the surface.

Liberal, progressive?  Sort of in a Huey Long populist kind of way.
I think he's more an example of how pissed off the conservative/right wing
is that even a guy like Big Eddie has had his fill with the Bush/Cheney regime.
 Eric X

I don't dislike Ed, but I was just surprised to hear him excuse Tweety's rudeness
for screaming, "I hate her" at Hillary as tho that was legitimate political discourse.

Maybe to-my-right Ed just had a bad moment.

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"When confronted with any of his misdeeds, McCain tends to fall back on
his record as a war hero in Vietnam. Let's talk sense. Benedict Arnold was
a war hero but that did not exempt him from condemnation for his later betrayal."
   -- Uncle Tom Sewell, working hard for his white bosses,   Link

  That's Sewell on the left, then McCain in red,
   and that's Der Monkey Fuhrer to the right.

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Subject: Obama in the eighties

Bart, you wrote:

> Why are we looking at Hillary's 80s, but not Obama's?
> Is the past a "legit" way to attack Hillary but "off limits" for Obama?

So what are you trying to insinuate here, Bart?  Hillary was on WalMart's board and most
labor supporters, and maybe most progressives, find WalMart and its practices abhorrent.

I'm talking about using and possible selling cocaine and most progressives
find their candidate of the future doing or selling hard drugs abhorrent.
Obama admitted doing coke in the eighties his book, but if you mention
Obama's past they claim you're playing the race card - but it's OK to go after her.
Are you trying to say that there's something abhorrent in Obama's public record of the 80s
that the press refuses to mention?

Yes, his cocaine admissions that the GOP will use against him this fall.

Or are you saying there must be because he doesn't talk about the 80s on his website?

When you zoom over 15-20 years in a biography, it raises suspicions.

Or are you trying to tickle the little islamic theory a little?


If you want to attack Obama for something in the 80s tell us what it is.
 Mike in Cheney

I'd rather stand on the ground than climb a tree and attack Obama,
but if looking into Hillary's past is fair game, can't we look at Obama's past?

Sometimes it's really hard to get an answer to a VERY simple question.

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Those Racist Clintons
 by Eugene H Robinson (The H stands for handjob)


I wonder how all the Clintonistas who protested that Bill and Hillary would never, ever dream
of stooping to racial politics must be feeling now, after Bill was videotaped in the act.

ha ha
Oh no! Not the tape!
ha ha

When a reporter asked Bill about Obama's boast that it took two Clintons to try to beat him,
Bill replied: "Jesse Jackson won South Carolina in '84 and '88. Jackson ran a good campaign.
And Obama ran a good campaign here."

Now, the question had nothing to do with Jesse Jackson. So why do you suppose Bill Clinton,
with no prompting, would bring up contests that took place decades ago -- back when South
Carolina picked its convention delegates in caucuses, not primaries?

Because he's an overt racist who doesn't have the brains
to hide his overt racism when the cameras are pointing at him?

ha ha

Tell you what - let's let someone with a brain explain it:

Careful with that Ax, Eugene
 by Bob Somerby  (scroll)

Why did Clinton bring up those earlier contests? Well, here's a painfully obvious answer:
Why, a certain Post pundit had even said it, fairly often - and his name was Gene Robinson!
Last July, for example, Robinson wondered:

Obama pointed out that "black folks have known the Clintons for
a long time.  Still, the Obama campaign recognizes the importance
of South Carolina as the first primary state with a substantial
African American electorate.

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"The Obama campaign sends out an ugly mailer. Sorry, but this is just destructive
- like the Obama plan, the Clinton plan offers subsidies to lower-income families.
And BO himself has conceded that he might have to penalize people who don't buy
insurance until they need care. So this is just poisoning the well for health care reform.
The politics of hope, indeed - this time a Democrat is doing the smearing for the (GOP)"
     -- Paul Krugman,   Link

 Would Obama kill universal health care to get elected?

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"Mr. Krugman, don't you understand that when you attack Obama, no matter
how much evidence you supply, something about your attack is fishy? And don't
you understand that when Obama's admirers attack you, they are simply (and justly,
and nobly) setting the record straight?...Don't you understand yet that even the
mildest reproach of Obama is gross slander, the moral equivalent of treason?"
     -- Mezzanotte,  Link

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"Mr, Krugman, thanks for continuing to hold Obama's feet to the fire,
  even in the face of his deification by all other commentators."
     -- A. W.,     Link

 Challenge: Can you name a TV pundit who's not pulling for Obama?

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Subject: Do you think all Barack people are Hillary Haters?

Bart:, you seem to believe that people who want Obama as the Democratic nominee HATE Hillary.

Not at all.
The nuts who'd rather see the GOP win than Hillary are the crazies..

Speaking for myself, that's not what I see.  I was an Edwards guy, but Hillary and Obama
"sucked all of the oxygen out of the room" (the press had a lot to do with that.)

The GOP is fractured, and I think that either Obama or Hillary can beat them.

You could be right, but I think her odds are better - and this might be a good time to say
that NOBODY knows who's going to win in November. All these polls that show McCain
beating one and losing to the other are snapshots that change from Monday til Tuesday.

I think Obama has the better chance because the GOP hates Hillary so much that she
energizes them and actually brings some of them together in opposition.  They just hate
everything about all things Clinton, whereas Obama throws them a curve.

They hate the Clintons because the Clintons keep winning.

I don't think we need to be doing them any favors.
 Steve in South Louisiana

Did you hear that roar in the last debate when Wolf the Whore 
asked about a Clinton-Obama ticket or an Obama-Clinton ticket?

As the new guy who's still learning the game, Obama should accept the VP slot
and bring all his wide-eyed, innocent young followers to the big "Change" party.

Wouldn't that make him a shoe-in in 2016?

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When I left the Bush administration in 2003, it was clear to me that its strategy for
defeating terrorism was leaving our nation more vulnerable and our people in a perilous place.
Not only did its policies misappropriate resources, weaken the moral standing of America,
and threaten long-standing legal and constitutional provisions, but the president also
employed misleading and reckless rhetoric to perpetuate his agenda.

This week's State of the Union proved nothing has changed.

Besides overstating successes in Afghanistan, painting a rosy future for Iraq, and touting
unfinished domestic objectives, he again used his favorite tactic - fear - as a tool to scare
Congress and the American people. On one issue in particular - FISA (Foreign Intelligence
Surveillance Act) - the president misconstrued the truth and manipulated the facts.

Let me be clear: Our ability to track and monitor terrorists overseas would not cease
should the Protect America Act expire. If this were true, the president would not threaten
to terminate any temporary extension with his veto pen. All surveillance currently occurring
would continue even after legislative provisions lapsed because authorizations issued under
the act are in effect up to a full year.

Simply put, it was wrong for the president to suggest that warrants issued in compliance
with FISA would suddenly evaporate with congressional inaction. Instead - even though
Congress extended the Protect America Act by two weeks - he is using the existence of
the sunset provision to cast his political opponents in a negative light.

For this president, fear is an easier political tactic than compromise.

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Subject: debating race with my new African American friend HOT


I thought sure I'd hear back from my new African American friend.

He was so certain that Bill slurred Obama racially in Carolina,
but when I asked him to be specific, I guess he got ...busy with other things...

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Why I Hate Hillary
 by former senator Gary Hart

Great decisions can reveal how future great decisions might be made. No decision since
the so-called Gulf of Tonkin resolution in Vietnam is more important than the vote on the
2002 war resolution on Iraq.

On issues such as this, it is not enough to say, "We all make mistakes." Hillary cannot even
bring herself to say that. Why not, at least, say, "The president misled me?"

She has, 100 times, didn't you watch the last debate?
Gary Hart, YOU are an idiot.

Given how tragically wrong that vote was, such an admission would be at the
very least a signal of humility, responsibility, wisdom, and character.

They want video of Hillary saying "I made a mistake" so they can replay it
10,000 times like they did Bill's "I did not have sex with that woman..."

To hear these whiners tell the tale, if Hillary would just say, "It's all my fault,"
then 4,000 dead soldiers would magically return alive to their families but that
Hillary is so stubborn that she just won't give that greatest gift to those 4,000 families.

We all know that's crap, so why do they keep harping on it?
Could it be because --- that's all they have?

Why is it so important to hear Hillary say those four words?
What would be gained from such a non-issue?

And do you want to know why I'm 100% certain that this is Horseshit?
And do you want to know why I'm 100% certain that Gary hart is an idiot?

Because he forgave John Kerry for that same vote in 2004, but Hillary?  Never.

They want Hillary to go back in time and change her vote, which is kinda stupid.
It's OK for Kerry to have made that mistake - we all gave him a pass in 2004,
but a Clinton? Never!  They don't get the same pass that Kerry got - why?

Isn't it odd that nobody can answer that simple question?
Gary Hart doesn't have the brains (or the courage) to answer that simple question.

Can a question get any simpler?

Why does the war hero get a pass, but not the woman?

If YOU can't answer that question, maybe that proves I'm right.

If you want to make some horseshit accusation against Hillary,
just go to - they'll print anything that slurs Hillary,
no matter how stupid, no matter how easily refuted.

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Subject: mad at me

There you go, picking on us Catholics again.
When illegal immigration gets big enough and we have control of this country.
The first thing we will do is arrest you for being a racist asshole. Then as part of
your punishment we will undress you.  When you are completely naked we will
stand around and laff at what a little willie you have.
 A Fan

I wrote back and said, "If you sent me something halfway intelligent, I'd print it."

Oh Yeah! Picking on the pope is real inteligent. Forgive me for calling you a racist asshole.
Please delete the word racist. I think your'e mostly upset about us undressing you because then
we would find out that you really are a woman.  You argue like one. I suspect that is why Hilary
might be a good president. Who could argue with her. Being married and having daughters I know.
The sad part is that her husband was the best republican they ever had. The republicans want her to win.
Why do you think they are supporting a moron like Micain. Here is something half way intelligent.
What would be a average donation to you? If I agree I will send it to you.
A Fan

So if you think the Pope is a flake, you're a racist?  Does that make sense?

Odd that after 2100 issues of testostrone-fueled ravings you'd think I was a woman.

The Republicans want Hillary to win?
That's why they're going to spend $400M to slime her this summer and fall?
They're supporting McCain (for now) because he's all they got.

I'm not holding my breath, but I'll guess the average donation is $11.

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Stop bagging Hillary
 Aussies speak a diff language?


When Obama won the Iowa caucus, I watched to see how he would behave.
Would he follow Churchill's great dictum: "In defeat defiance, in victory magnanimity."

No he did not. In victory he showed vanity and vindictiveness. Vanity in his clear belief
that what the flatterers and fans were assuring him was the truth: he was a political messiah.
And vindictiveness in his dismissive and arrogant treatment of Hillary in the New Hamster debate.

He showed the same vindictiveness and lack of magnanimity after his victory in South Carolina.
The first part of his victory speech was a deeply unpleasant attack on the Clintons.
No graciousness there.

And how did he handle defeat in New Hampshire and Nevada? With a combination of denial,
petulance and the launching of a successful campaign to persuade the American media that the
Clintons were engaged in a campaign of lies about him and, even worse, a campaign of racism.

It was a mistake by Obama to claim the Clintons were racists.
With the whore media's help, he almost got away with it.

And I wasn't suprised when the media chimed in, but I'll never forgive
whores like Donna Brazile for echoing every horseshit, racist lie they heard.

"The Clinton's are racists!"

That's a shame,
I always liked her until that day.

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Republicans Like Obama
 Sure they do - the way I like Cuervo


Obama is not only popular among Democrats, he's also appealing to many Republicans.
Joe Scarborough, now a whore for MSGOP, reports that after every Obama speech,
he is inundated with e-mails praising the speech -- with most of them coming from Republicans.
William Bennett, a drunken, naked gmabler who lost $7M to the Bellagio in Las Vegas,
has said favorable things about Obama. So have Rich Lowry and Peggy Noonan..

A number of prominent Republicans I know like Obama
and would find it hard to generate much enthusiasm in opposing him.

You're not really going to fall for that - are you?
After all these years, you're going to listen to those lying whores?

If you like Obama, vote for him, but don't vote for him because
the lying scumbags told you how impressed the GOP was with
"the black, Muslim Maddressa recruiter named Hussein."

Seriously - you're smarter than that - right?

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Subject: Will Dems to it again?

One thing about Democrats, whenever they face certain victory they always find
a way to lose the election. Will this year be the exception?  Probably not.

Of all the candidates running in both parties, Obama has the shortest resume.
So if we send in our weakest candidate and lose, is anyone going to wonder why?

In a contest between the party of stupid and the party of evil,
it's hard to decide who to vote against.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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Subject: Obama

Bart, if Obama is nominated, one of the first things the repugs will ask him
(because the corporate media never did) is this: Why did he repeatedly
vote to fund this "dumb war" he has been against since the beginning?

Any of you Obama backers have an answer for that?
Why is Obama funding a dumb war?

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"Of course, John Edwards dropping out came as a huge shock.
  I mean, even his hairdresser didn't know for sure."
     -- Jay Leno, America's least-funny millionaire comedian.

"Arnold Schwarzenegger has endorsed John McCain. Arnold made
  his announcement in primitive sign language from his cage." 
      -- David Letterman

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Subject: Sad

I can recall when I used to go to  for a decent cross-section of news.
These days it's mostly anti-Obama diatribes.

The Internet Democrats are 98% for Obama
and you're sad that I haven't jumped on that bandwagon?
If I had any brains, I'd go with the flow and make big bucks
but this honesty chip keeps getting in the way.

I seriously doubt you'll be able to honor your "truce" if Hillary ends up on the short end tomorrow.

Thanks for having faith in me.

It's unlikely that "Super Tuesday" will settle anything (I believe it's mathematically impossible).
I predict you'll continue to suggest that Obama should give up
and let Hillary win even if he has more delegates.
I hope I'm wrong.


Too bad you're not a gambler.

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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 3,941....3,945

We lost another 4 soldiers since last issue.

We have 3,945 dead soldiers.

We'd like to bring the soldiers home,
...but our monkey is too busy
playing the fool for TV cameras.

"Soldiers dying?  Where???"

Exxon makes $108M$128M every day

That's why Bush
raped Iraq and
killed Saddam

How do we know for sure?
Iraq's oil wells have NO METERS!

 $200M-300M a day - where's that money going?

Bush has killed more Americans than Osama.

Hillary on Letterman tonight

Russert couldn't shake her...

...can Dave?

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