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 Weekend-Monday   Sept 27-29, 2008 Vol 2218 - ...and one local!

Quote of the Day

"McCain and Sarah Palin were in town all week 
  over at the U.N., and he was introducing her to 
  all of the world leaders. It was like Take Your 
  Daughter to Work Day." 
       -- Letterman, 


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Bush the Arrogant Bastard 
Arrow Palin Aides Fail to Appear HOT
Arrow Army to babysit us Oct 1 HOT
Arrow Race Decide this Election? HOT
Arrow Inhofe's Willie Horton Ads HOT
Arrow Obama inching ahead 
Arrow Out to Get Obama 
Arrow Heather Locklear's DWI 



"I came back because I wasn't going to phone it in."
     -- Gramps McCain on why he showed up to derail the "emergency bailout" fiasco,    Link

"He's calling members on both sides, talking to people in the administration, 
  helping out as he can... he can effectively do what he needs to do by phone." 
     --  McCain spokeshandjob Mark Salter, calling his boss a liar,    Link

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Bush the Arrogant Bastard
The more he screws up the more power he steals


As Bush attempts to stabilize his crashing economy, we are witness to the final chapter of a period of 
perverse and dishonest leadership that has used its own crises to justify the expansion of its own power. 
This little boy came to office on promises of modesty -- who championed a "humble nation,"  scorned nation 
building and promised a more limited role for government in the lives of its citizens. Then he presided over a 
six-year attempt to tear down and rebuild the nations of Afghanistan and Iraq, and now has embarked on the 
most profound expansion of the federal government's role in the private economy since the Depression.

In both cases, the pattern is the same. Ineptitude led to crisis; crisis then became the argument for the 
radical expansion of executive power. The administration insisted that it exercise its new authority with 
a minimum of scrutiny by Congress, the courts or the public...

These troubles are about more than a president who is unfaithful to his word. Bush has transformed the 
balance of power in our government. We are seeing the erection of an imperial presidency, immune from 
oversight when it fights terrorists and when it rescues banks."

Bush is immune from oversight because the wet-my-pants Democrats allow him to break the law.
If we could get rid of useless, enabler-dregs like Pelosi, Reid and Leahy we could get our country back.

 "Bart, are you complaining again?  Don't you ever stop?"

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 Subject: We need more activism

Bart, we need more activism.... I go to a lot of forums and the Nazi chihuahuas are out in force, 
they are all over the place, even on the more liberal sites, including yours (I love Monkey Mail!).

But a lot of the right-wing sites are spared our stuff. I just was on Townhall.... 
It's life a daisy chain of Nazi bastards there! On one comment-forum, I was 
THE ONLY ONE blasting a visibly racist columnist (Austin Hill)

I think we should be throwing our ammo at the rightwing sites, too, and I would encourage 
any democratic readers (big D small D), who want our country to survive and beat back these
ignorant hordes, to get on the Web, take 20-30 minutes occasionally to simply blast all the 
anti-McCain or pro-Obama arguments onto these sites.

I use a lot of copy and paste. I mix real argumentation with drumfire blasting... 


I agree.
I wish I had more time to get into a good, old-fashioned slugfest with our Fascist friends.

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Subpoenaed Palin Aides Fail to Appear
 They "respect" the law like Bush & Cheney


Seven of Sarah Palin's top aides defied subpoenas for their testimony Friday into possible abuse of power by the governor.

Palin's Chief of Staff Mike Nizich and six other aides failed to appear at a legislative hearing into whether Palin
abused her power when she fired her public safety commissioner this summer.

Alaska Senate Judiciary Chairman Hollis French, D-Anchorage, waited 30 minutes Friday before reading a statement
that the witnesses could be found in contempt when the full Legislature convenes in January and that the investigation
will go on "in a simple search for the truth."

Well sure - no sense in finding out if the VP is a crook until after she takes the office.
Are Alaska Democrats like Democrats everywhere?

Bigger Point:
If the wet-ourselves-with-fear democrats had taken action the first time 
Bush said "Fuck you" to a subpoena, we wouldn't have this problem.

Now, each time a Republican gets a subpoena they just laugh at us
because they know that no Democrat will insist on upholding the law.

This is mostly the fault of one Bush-loving rubberstamp.

How did I get in the same party as these helpless crybaby quitters?

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 Subject: Churches should not get tax money

I have to disagree with the 33 churches who decided to break the law and endorse a candidate. 
Churches who accept tax deductible money are not  allowed to endorse candidates. But churches 
do it anyway which makes me question if churches, including the Church of Reality which I founded, 
should be allowed to take tax deductible money. I'm considering giving up tax exempt status because of this.

Whenever someone gets to write off tax money they donate to churches then other taxpayers have to 
pay more taxes to make up for the difference. When a candidate can launder political money through a 
church it stains both parties. I think the time has come not to silence the clergy, but to free them to say 
whatever they want. Churches should not be taxed, but they also should not be tax deductible. If we 
eliminated the tax deduction to churches then the issue of what preachers can do goes away. 
I think that these preachers should focus more on the Gospel and less on money and politics. 
After all, as they say, one can not serve two masters.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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"Through ninety minutes of debating, John McCain had a lot to say about me, but he 
  had nothing to say about you. He didn't even say the words 'middle class'.  Not once. 
  I think Senator McCain just doesn't get that this crisis hit Main Street a long time ago..."
      -- Obama,    Link

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Friday's Debate

At 9:12 PM, 72 minutes into the Mccain/Obama debate, the score from right-wing
naked gambler Bill Bennett  (R-Still Smoking) was Obama 3, McCain 3 - amazing.

And the other right-wing handjob Castelanos (?) had it 17-13 Obama with
McCain getting a net -3 points for a total of a 7-point spread.

These right-wingers were scoring the debate LIVE.

CNN said Obama clearly won, but then, so did Kerry and Gore.
Republicans can't debate because the facts aren't on their side.

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Brigade homeland tours start Oct. 1


The 3rd Infantry Division's 1st Brigade Combat Team has spent 35 of the last 60 months in Iraq 
patrolling in full battle rattle, helping restore essential services and escorting supply convoys.

In other words - they're used to shooting anything they don't understand.

Now they're training for the same mission - with a twist - at home.

Beginning Oct. 1 for 12 months, the 1st BCT will be under the day-to-day control of U.S. Army North,
the Army service component of Northern Command, as an on-call federal response force for natural or 
manmade emergencies and disasters, including terrorist attacks.

They may be called upon to help with civil unrest and crowd control or to deal with potentially 
horrific scenarios such as massive poisoning and chaos in response to a chemical, biological, 
radiological, nuclear or high-yield explosive, or CBRNE, attack.

If Bush knows a new threat is likely, maybe he should share it with us.
I don't like that they're here "to help with civil unrest and crowd control."
Didn't Nixon try that?

What is Bush going to do that he expects us to hit the streets in protest? 

Why is the Army coming to babysit us?
 by Salon's Glenn Greenwald


After Katrina, Bush began openly agitating for what would be, in essence, a complete elimination of 
the Posse Comitatus Act in order to allow the President to deploy U.S. military forces inside the U.S. 
basically at will -- and, as usual, they were successful as a result of rapid bipartisan compliance with 
the Leader's demand (the same kind of compliance that is about to foist a bailout package on the nation). 
This April, 2007 article by James Bovard in The American Conservative detailed the now-familiar 
mechanics that led to the destruction of this particular long-standing democratic safeguard:

The Defense Authorization Act of 2006, passed on Sept. 30, empowers Bush to impose martial law 
in the event of a terrorist "incident," if he or other federal officials perceive a shortfall of "public order," 
or even in response to antiwar protests that get unruly as a result of government provocations. . . .

Where are all of the stalwart right-wing "small government conservatives" who spent the 1990s so vocally 
opposing every aspect of the growing federal police force? And would it be possible to get some explanation
from the Government about what the rationale is for this unprecedented domestic military deployment 
(at least unprecedented since the Civil War), and why it is being undertaken now?

Of course Bush isn't going to give us anyu reason and the whore press won't ask.
Too bad our democrats are, once again, busy wetting themselves in fear.

They won't say a word.
Tin soldiers and Bush bastards coming - we're finally on our own.

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"McCain was so aggressively erratic as he did his free-form break dance around the 
  economy last week that it seemed the only possible explanation was that he was creating 
  a wild diversion to distract people from Palin's stunningly junior varsity appearance with 
  Katie Couric.  The myth of the Alaska superwoman continues to unravel."
   -- MoDo, she hates everybody and today it's Palin's turn,     Link

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Subject: Plz Barry never say "Sen McCain is right" again

Dear Barry,

How about instead of saying "Senator McCain is right...blah blah blah" after he's finished 
talking crap about you on national TV you just say straight up, "Senator McCain is LYING..." 
and try to work your way back to a civil note from there. 

I think headlines of "Obama calls McCain liar during debate" would lead most people to say,
"You know, McCain does seem kinda full of bullcrap..."

During a debate, you do not start a sentence with "My opponent is right". 
What the hell is up with that?

Plz make some feeble attempt to win.
 _dave (Who was in Half Moon Bay but now resides Korea for obvious reasons)

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Subject: Bailout to pass despite NO support?

Hey Bart,

We were pissed when Bush forced through his big tax cuts for the rich in the face of popular
opposition (something like 2-to-1 against if I remember right). But at least the tax cuts had 
support from *some* measure of the electorate, and we knew who they were.

The bailout, though, seems to be supported by practically no one! 
The right-wing loony blog sites are just as up-in-arms as the lefty sites.

Yet, this much larger (and, I must say, conveniently timed) swindle looks poised for passage 
in the Congress, and EVERYBODY hates it! For once, right and left in this country are united 
on a critical issue of the day...and it makes not a whit of difference.

How 'bout them apples? It tells me something about the state of our erstwhile nation.

It's amazing: if we give these mysterious richers the trillion they demand, they're going to 
bankrupt us; but if we refuse, they threaten to take it out on us and bankrupt us anyway.

George Carlin warned that in the end they'd "get it all." 
Now here they are.

Fountain, NC 

Bush has done whatever he wanted since his first day in the stolen office.
He will continue to do whatever he wants until the Democrats decide to stop him.

 "Stop him?    Stop him?   Why would we want to stop him?"

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Inhofe's Willie Horton Ads


It supposedly is an attack on State Senator Andrew Rice for being too soft on criminals. 
But by juxtaposing nine "criminals" with an extremely unflattering picture of Rice, Inhofe is 
clearly appealing to racists who believe all people of color are thugs. Eight of the nine are 
either clearly black or appear to be.

Then, as in earlier ads, the Inhofe theme - "Andrew Rice is everything Oklahoma is not"
- is repeated, this time by a sweet white grandmotherly type. And of course we have 
Rice juxtaposed with Obama and the universal symbol for "Stop" or "No".

This is filthy. 
Inhofe is clearly sending a message that those of color need not apply for first class citizenship in Oklahoma.

"I love White Americans!"

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Subject: The state of the US


I have only one thing to say. It's totally FUBAR* now.
God help us, because the Democrats can't, no matter what Pelosi claims.

Mary Lou.

Democants is a good name for them.
Or maybe Demowonteventry

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Saw it on  tpm

Subject: the Surge

I noted that McCain again mentioned "the surge" during the debate on Friday. 
Obama pointed out that McCain seemed to act like the war began in 2007, not 2003. 

Well, here's my question: Since Gen. Erik Shinseki suggested a surge from the very start 
of the war, why didn't war hero and Maverick John McCain support Shinseki back then? 

Why wasn't McCain calling for a surge from day one? 
Or at least as soon as the insurgency began?

Inquiring voters want to know!
 Stan in Durant, OK

You're right.
By starting the war with too-few soldiers, we sacrificed the first 3,000 for nothing
but Bush and the military assure the grieving families that their loved ones did not die in vain.

I don't understand soldiers or their families - they seem to be OK with that.

Donating a son or daughter to the Bush-Halliburton rape of Iraq seems to be
the least they can do for their president - and that confuses a logician like myself.

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Thanks to those who contributed!

Sorry this is taking so long.
It would be cool to reach the goal before Election Day.
If I was a Fascist Bush bastard, 
we might've made our goal in a week.

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"Can we admit the obvious? Sarah Palin is utterly unqualified to be vice president. 
She is a feisty, charismatic politician who has done some good things in Alaska. 
But she has never spent a day thinking about any important national or international issue, 
and this is a hell of a time to start...In these times, for John McCain to have chosen this 
person to be his running mate is fundamentally irresponsible. McCain says that he always
puts country first. In this important case, it is simply not true." 
     -- Fareed Zakaria for Newsweek,     Link

 Palin knows she's not qualified but I guess she was bored with Alaska.
 She saw a chance to be in the history books so she threw her family under the bus.

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Will Race Decide this Election?
 Is it still 1865 in America?


How can it be that in 2008 - 143 years after slavery was abolished, decades after the civil rights movement
- an AP-Yahoo News poll could find that racial misgivings could cost Sen. Barack Obama the election?

Note: Am Oklahoma poll shows 40 percent won't vote for a Black guy.
How racist is your state by comparison?

In search of explanations, two Whore AP reporters - one black, one white - listened to people of both races 
along Detroit's divides. They found people of both races living just blocks apart who nonetheless spoke of 
each other like strangers. There was suspicion, contempt - and yet, for many, a desperate hope that Obama's 
candidacy might be the final step in America's long path to racial equality. For whites, their support of 
Democratic economic policies forces them to confront their racial prejudices."

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Random thought...

The Democrats should point out the obvious - that McCain knows Palin's not ready
and the proof is his refusal to let her talk to reporters at an official press conference.

If McCain knows she's not ready, why is she on the ticket?

And if McCain does think she's ready, what's stopping her 
from holding a real press conference to prove she's ready?

But no, the Democrats don't know how to fight.
They don't know how to make the case that she's not ready.

Once again, they need my help.
I've offered, but they're too proud to ask.

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Fast Eddie, dead at 83


Newman did something really remarkable: He sustained that early promise for five decades. 
He grew old and gray but not fat and cranky; he was recognizably, at any moment in his film career,
Paul Newman. He did cool things well, like racing cars, and made doing good seem cool, with the 
Newman's Own brand of foods that has donated about $250 million to charity. 

His politics remained responsibly liberal; his public voice retained its wit and equanimity. 

He deprived the tabloids of the scandal headlines they love: no rap sheet, no rehab stints, no notorious affairs. 
And no messy divorce; indeed, no divorce at all, once he became a public figure. He married Joanne 
Woodward (his second wife) in 1958; this past January they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary. 
He was the movie star who could have been your prized next-door neighbor. To a great extent, the image
had to be the man. That's why Newman, who died Friday at 83 after a long battle with cancer, was not just
the iconic movie star of his age - he was one of the last public figures to lead an exemplary life.

From Roger Ebert:
An outspoken liberal, Newman placed 19th on Richard Nixon's "enemies list," 
and cited that as one of his proudest achievements.

The first time I saw Paul Newman they'd broken his thumbs for disguising his pool playing talent..
I played pool for food for 5 years and I always remembered not to make that bone-breaking mistake.

The last time I saw him on Letterman, Dave told Paul to look into the studio monitor.
"Look at us, two good-looking sons of bitches..."


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"No economy can grow at steady exponential rates; only debts can multiply in this way. 
That is why Paulson's $700 billion giveaway to his Wall Street colleagues cannot work. 
What it can do is provide a one-time transfer of wealth to insiders who already have 
been playing the debt-credit system and siphoning off its predatory financial proceeds 
to themselves.  They have been salting away their fortunes year after year, mainly in 
hard assets: real estate (free of mortgages), fine furniture, boats and trophy art. 
One last $700 billion heist and they can make their getaway."
       -- cyrano2,    Link

          "Bart, you have a problem with this, too?"

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Beauty Queen for VP?

Sarah's Swimsuit Competition

Obama inching slightly ahead
He needs a 6-point cushion to counter Bradley Effect


Obama has picked up steam. 

Over the past two weeks he's seen a small but steady rise in the polls. Immediately after NaziCon 2008, 
he trailed Granps McCain by three points. Obama is now up by as many as six or seven points.
Pollsters say that's in part because the vital independent voters are now shifting his way. 

"There are still a substantial number of independents that are undecided, principally independent women," 
says pollster John Zogby (R-ForSale) . "But as a group, they've begun to swing over to Obama, 
but not in large enough numbers yet to close the deal."

This could be trouble because Zogby is ALWAYS wrong.
Let's hope he's wrong in our favor this time.

Pundits point to the steady stream of bad economic news. 
Voters think Democrats are better at handling the economy.

So, America is so racist, that it took a trillion dollar banking meltown
to get people to consider the more qualified Black candidate?

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Subject: Iowa war protester takes stand against IRS


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"Nine Republican Senate seats continue to be at great risk, giving Democrats 
  at least a theoretical possibility of getting to 60 seats after the November elections."
       -- Stuart Rothenburg,      Link

 But what good will a majority be if they always agree with the Republicans?

 We run the House and Senate today - and what good did it do?

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Subject: the debate

If I'm an Obama advisor I'd advise him to stop saying "John's right" or "Senator McCain is right again" 
and "I agree with Senator McCain". You can agree with him without saying he's right. If you do agree 
with him, say the same thing using different words.

I see polls say Obama won. Obama has my vote regardless (like you), but I don't see how he won. 
I had to listen to the debate as I was driving. I thought he did a great job, but then again I think 
McCain did a good job getting his points across.

Granted, he didn't present the public with any ideas, but the public doesn't care about ideas. 
They care about how the candidate makes them feel. Neither candidate did a good enough job 
to energize the independant voters and the average American voter.
 Keith in Memphis

I, too, was surprised that McCain could rattle off names of countries and leaders the way he did.
And I agree that "John is right" was worn out in the first half hour.

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Another Blazing Saddles joke

Subject: the Wall Street scam


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The smartest Republican ever

Hmmm, what year was it made?

And two hours?
Is he from Havana?
Another Blazing Saddles joke.

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 Obama needs to learn - don't be nice in a knife fight


In five weeks, I hope to look back on this column with a wry chuckle at my paranoia. If the system works, 
Obama will take the White House. The two issues John McCain is most closely associated with - invading Iraq 
and deregulating the economy - have produced history-snatching catastrophes in the eyes of 80 per cent of us. 
In the first debate, McCain revealed he had nothing to say except more of the same: aggression abroad, 
market fundamentalist ideology at home. So why am I worried?

Obama is only a few jittery points ahead in the polls, and he has yet to face an October Surprise. This is an 
old term in US politics, invented when, on the eve of the 1968 election, Lyndon Johnson announced a halt to 
the bombing of Vietnam. It was a desperate attempt to push his VP Humphrey, over the finish line - and it failed. 
But October Surprises need not come from the opposing party. They can come from anywhere."

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Subject: Jewish Princess


Note: Contains language and humor.
May be too intense for some Politically Correct Deputies.

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 Iraq pumped 3.5M  barrels daily before Bush invaded
 and then they got their big Halliburton upgrades

Bush is stealing up to 6 million barrels of oil per day.
Since oil sells for $125 or more per barrel,
Bush is stealing $750,000,000 every day.

No wonder they were so eager to start a war,
It's the biggest theft in Earth's history but
our whore media is too busy to investigate.

4,172 brave men and women,
will never come home...


...all because of Bush's oil greed

Why are we there?
Because Iraq's oil wells have NO METERS!

Where's all that oil money going?

Weekend Sports Update

It was like the greatest sports weekend ever,
mostly because the Redskins made the Cowboys mooooooo.

Not sure, but I think the score was like Redskins 65, Cowboys 0.
Could you hear me screaming "Hex on thee" from inside your home?
Next week Dallas loses to Cincinnati.

Oh, and I think this is uncalled for:


And did you see Brent Favre threw SIX touchdowns for New York?
Maybe Green Bay wishes they hadn't thrown him away.

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Subject: Donation

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Heather Locklear Busted for DWI


     From those eyes, I'd guess Meth.


 Heather Locklear is a good-looking Nazi, right-wing handjob.
 Years ago, back in my Blue Period, it was necessary to punish her
 I forget why, maybe it was her appearance at NaziCon 2000.
 Whatever it was, I'm sure she had it coming.

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