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Friday   Feb 6, 2009   Vol 2284 - Seriously 

Quote of the Day

"Let's think big right now. 
  Let's not think small." 
    -- Obama, trying to rally those backstabbing Dems,   Link


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow No need to meet GOP halfway  
Arrow Obama vs. Pelosi: HOT
Arrow Sarah Palin’s IQ Revealed HOT
Arrow Obama & the 'bipartisan' trap 
Arrow Upside-Down Stimulus Skeptics HOT
Arrow Obama rips into critics HOT
Arrow Bruce Yurgil Art Show 
Arrow Avril Lavigne Poses HOT




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"Now I listened to those tapes and I'm not going to hide my affinity for this guy. I never met him before 
but to me we have become such a trivial place that we will impeach a man for having sex, or lying about 
having sex with a woman. In California we will impeach a guy because he raises taxes on license plates,
because energy gets out of control. We'll impeach a guy for saying some things on tape. But a man can 
take us to war and lie and we won't do a damn thing about that. That makes me so mad." 
      -- --D.L. Hughley, on Rod Blagojevich's impeachment,   Link

"As long as I'm speaker, 
 impeachment is off the table
 ...unless Obama gets out of line."

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No need to meet GOP halfway
 by Gene Lyons


For President Obama to treat individual Republicans with civility is one thing. Etiquette, however, has its limits. 
Embracing bipartisanship as a political goal can be a snare and a delusion.

It has certainly seemed so of late, as GOP congressmen responded to Obama's friendly overtures by voting
unanimously against his desperately needed economic stimulus, persevering in their party's cultlike faith in tax cuts 
and aligning themselves with a bombastic radio talker who brags that he wants the president to fail. 

              "I admit it - I want this president to fail."

The last time we had a new Democratic president, essentially the same thing happened. Republican congressmen voted against 
Bill Clinton's 1993 tax and budget proposals, uniformly predicting doom. Raising marginal income tax rates a few points on the 
wealthy, they charged, would lead to economic ruin. Instead, the exact opposite happened. Over the ensuing eight years, 
the nation witnessed the creation of 25 million new jobs, a balanced federal budget and steadily rising prosperity.

Today, an act of historical memory is required to recall that when Bush took office in 2001, people actually worried about 
paying down the national debt too fast. No problem. The new president embraced what it's tempting to call Limbaughnomics, 
the absurd belief that tax cuts invariably lead to greater government revenues and more and better jobs.

Instead, Bush presided over a sluggish economy, the worst record of job creation since World War II, growing inequality 
and the current banking crisis, a direct result of "free market" deregulatory fundamentalism combined with a speculative 
real estate bubble that sustained the illusion of prosperity until it burst. Oh, and yes, runaway budget deficits, thanks 
mainly to the combination of Bush's tax cuts and the war in Iraq.

When you list the facts, our side is unbeatable.
Why can't we get our yellow-bellied Democrats to list the facts?

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"This is a defining moment that establishes a new president as a strong leader or a feeble one. 
  If Obama falters, Republicans will smell blood in the water and they'll oppose everything he does
  between now and the 2010 midterm, no matter how conciliatory he tries to be. If he prevails on this bill 
  and succeeds in mobilizing the public and the Congress, he will be 10-feet tall and harder to stonewall."
      -- Robert Kuttner,    Link

 I agree.
 If Obama let's the minority bullies push him around on this stimulus bill,
 they'll push him around for the next two years and the GOP will pick up 
 seats in 2010 and we could lose in 2012. 

 Hey Barack, the time to fight back is right now!

 And if you need to slap some pansy-ass Democrats around to get it done, 
 count on me and a couple of other bloggers to back you up.

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 Subject: Stimulating stimulus

Bart, I listened to President Obama make  a couple of excellent speeches promoting the stimulus bill.
He should have done this sooner. Instead, the GOP jumped quickly and used the whore media to spout 
all kinds of negatives about the bill, while Dems remained fairly silent. Now Obama has has to play clean up 
and try to get momentum back. Is it too late?

Obama tried the bi-partisanship way and it FAILED.
The Rethugs have no interest in working with Obama on this bill.  
They have made that crystal clear. (I hope it is now clear to our President). 

I don't think he gets that.
I think he's going to be "Mr Nice Guy" for a lot longer.

In fact, the Rethugs are acting like they are still in charge. WTF?? I never saw such hubris!
This is going to be tough fight.    It might help if ALL Dems in Congress got behind the President
- you know, like the Rethugs do when they want something?  It's a concept Dems do not seem to (want to) learn.

I want to see Obama come out on top on this. The country needs for him to come out on top in this. 
We don't need the GOP - the minority party - co-opting the stimulus bill into their more-of-the-same-mess bill.
 Mary Lou

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"I believe that Obama intends to craft a new nationalism, using the disassembled timber 
  of our traditional values to build a new, more collectivist and less individualistic ship of state. 
  The planks will look vaguely familiar, but the ship will be quite different. It is as if he would 
  disassemble the warship Old Ironsides and build with its timbers a collectivist's ark."
    -- Tony Blankley, Newt's former Chief o' Staff, trying to make sense,     Link

 True Fact:
 Blankley has the exact same strain of syphilis that Rush has.
 What are the odds?

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Obama vs. Pelosi:
Can this President Work with Democrats? 


For all his high-minded talk of bipartisanship and common purpose, Barack Obama was always aware that Republicans 
weren't going to simply set aside their philosophical differences and embrace the new President's ambitious agenda. But he had 
reason to hope that Democrats would at least give him a honeymoon. So it must be a bit of a jolt these days for Obama to find 
himself so out of step with Pelosi.

On nearly every major issue - from the auto bailout and the stimulus bill to tax cuts and the delicate question of whether to 
investigate the Bush bastards - Pelosi has voiced and even pushed through the House differing positions from the President, 
at times to the embarrassment of Democrats.  Pelosi is a partisan warrior who must tend to her caucus, while Obama got 
elected as a postpartisan healer, implicitly attacking the old ways of Washington and striving to appeal to a broader national base. 

Maybe Denny Hastert, the sweaty wrestler, would be easier to work with than Pelosi.
Did Hastert ever say, "Impeachment is off the table?"

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 Subject: Re: Sullenberger and God

Hey Bart,

Heroic pilot Sully Sullenberger did what he did because of years of top-quality 
education and training - sprinkled with large dashes of reason, logic and rationale.

No invisible deity was present as Sullenberger guided his plane gently down onto the Hudson River. 
Everyone on board was saved by a team of calm, highly-trained professionals who just stuck to the rules.

So if no god is required in an emergency, then why would one be needed at any other time? Hmmm....
I could go on.... and often do.
 Rich - EvolveFISH.com / TheLiberalStore.com

Rich - they say every hero on that flight was a union member, too.

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"Obama revealed his thinking about talk radio in his recent attack on Rush Limbaugh, 
  in which he urged Republicans not to listen to the popular host. 

 That's not true - this guy has to lie to make his pretend point.
 Obama urged Republicans not to follow Rush off the Cliff of Failure.

 This indicates how much trouble Obama thinks talk radio is for his agenda, which may mean 
  that his interest in using the Fairness Doctrine to shut it down will be high. The coming years, 
  then, are fraught with hope and peril for First Amendment rights - not just the right to speak, 
  but also the right to listen." 
     -- Peter Ferrara, General Counsel of the ACLU, liar and whore,   Link

 Why is the ACLU lying to attack our new president?
 Why can't they attack him on something truthful?

 Is the ACLU following NPR into GOP hell?.
 If I was a member, I'd demand they fire this asshole or I'd quit.

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 Subject: BC 148 and Sarah Palin's IQ

Hi Bart!

I just finished BC 148 and it was really good. What a story.  
What’s funny is as you tell your story, you think to yourself 
“Man, this sounds so surreal while in reality, you can’t make this shit up.”  
Same as the shit my family is going through.
Anyway, all the best to you and Mrs. Bart.

I stumbled upon this and thought you’d be interested.

Sarah Palin’s IQ Revealed

This somehow makes her performance on the SAT seem kind of impressive.

* Call Eric Holder today at 202-514-2001 and tell him to appoint an Independent Special Prosecutor 
   to Investigate the Crimes of the Bush Administration.
* Continue to call Eric Holder for one week each and every day restating your demands.
* On every outgoing email place a note at the bottom with Eric Holder's phone number 
   and email  AskDOJ@usdoj.gov asking the recipient to either call or email him our demands..

Hmmm, Sarah Palin with an IQ of 83?
That actually rings kind of true.

Palin may have 19 points on me,
buy I'll bet she can't name all 50 states.

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Obama, the press, and the "bipartisan" trap


I'm not sure how many thousands of questions have been asked over the years at White House press briefings, 
but I would suggest NBC's Chuck Todd may have recently asked one of the most inane.

On January 23, when the topic was Obama's stimulus package and whether the administration, which was hoping for 
a bipartisan effort on the legislation, would be disappointed if the bill passed with little Republican support. And that's 
when Todd asked if Obama would veto his own bill if it didn't garner enough Republican votes.

It's hard to imagine that a reporter for an elite news outlet, operating at the pinnacle of his profession as a White House 
correspondent, would ever ask that question, would ask if a president would take the step of vetoing his own legislation 
because not enough politicians from the opposition party had voted in favor of it.

No, it's easy to believe because NBC only promotes the sickest GOP sycophants in their "news" department.

How to you think Tim Russert rose to the top?

He did it by obsessing over Clinton's zipper.

How to you think David Gregory rose to the top?

He did it by dancing with Karl Rove.

How to you think Chris the Screamer rose to the top?
He did it the old fashioned way.

"I have 20 minutes - got $20?"

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"Daschle folded like an origami tax form that you 'forgot to fill out.' If this were the 
  Bush administration, he would never have stepped down -- not without a Medal of Freedom."  
     -- Stephen Colbert

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 Subject: GOP creationists

Barty, old stick...
Republicans have inadvertently proven creationism.

Through their stubborn, unified voting pattern, they have shown that dinosaurs can indeed live alongside man.
However, they are also positioned to demonstrate how the dinosaurs became extinct.
Swing away,
 Wayne, Daytona

Didn't Jesus chase the merchants out of the temple on the back of a sabre-tooth tiger?

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Upside-Down Stimulus Skeptics
  by Joe Conason.


Ignorance and mythology are out-shouting facts and wisdom in public discussion of Obama’s stimulus plan. 
Excessive airtime is devoted to the prejudices of cable hosts and radio personalities who regurgitate ideas they 
barely understand and who haven’t entertained an original thought since the Reagan era. Urgent action that could 
prevent enormous suffering and damage is delayed by all the same old agendas that have dominated Washington 
for the past three decades...
At the top of the myth list is the Republican faith in tax cuts, particularly those designed to benefit wealthy investors. 
Anyone who has been paying attention knows that for every problem, conservatives have a consistent solution that 
involves reducing corporate or capital-gains taxes, or lowering the top rate, or instituting a regressive flat tax or 
consumption tax. (They like spending, too, on certain favored contractors, notably in the defense sector, that 
donate generously to Republican and right-wing causes.

In a country where one person equals one vote, the super-rich constantly out-vote the poor and middle class.
This can only happen when the idiot Democrats refuse to list the facts.

Why doesn't our side want to win?   
For our brain-dead elected Democrats, it's like being on Jeopardy 
where THEY KNOW the answers but they refuse to buzz in.

      "Bart, there's a lot you don't know about politics..."

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 Subject: Stimulus vs. Bush Deficit

The Republicans are describing the trillion dollar stimulus saying, "If you started the day Jesus Christ was born 
and spent $1 million every day since then, you still wouldn’t have spent $1 trillion." True enough. But let's look at 
the bigger picture. The reason we are in this mess is because of the Republican spending under Bush where they 
took the position that "Reagan proved deficits don't matter".

So if you applied the same calculation to the Republican's spending it wouldn't be one million dollars a day, 
it would be over five million dollars a day. Yes, the Republican/Bush deficit is at least 5 times bigger than 
the stimulus package and the reason we have to do it is to fix the mess the Republicans left behind. 

It's time for Republicans to get out of the way and let the grownups fix the problem.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA. 

I have an idea:
Maybe Obama should threaten to call for mass marches in our ten biggest cities.

One million people - in ten cities - all chanting, 
"You GOP bastards, stop blocking our progress,"
might look real good on the evening news and the Nazi cable channels.

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Support for Stimulus Package Falls to 37%


Support for Obama's economic recovery plan has fallen again this week. For the first time, a plurality of voters oppose it. 
The latest poll says 37% favor the legislation, 43% are opposed, and 20% can't name our president. 
Half the nation’s voters say the plan...may end up doing more harm than good...

Obama's plan has no support because the You-know-whos refuse the list the You-know-whats.

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"Obama's stimulus is just a big Democratic bill with all this pork and slop." 
      -- Pat Bushanan,      Link

 Pat doesn't get it or he pretends not to get it.  His idea of a stimulus bill is more 
 tax cuts for the super-rich, which is how we got into this mess in the first place.

 If you give money to those who need it - they'll spend it.

 That's what we need now because the economy gets stronger
 every time money changes hands and it won't get stronger if we
 give money to people who altready have everything they want.

 How can the IQ of 64 guy explain things so simply and easily and yet
 the brainy Democrats don't have a clue on how to make their point?

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 Subject: HOT: Obama has been listening to you

Bart,  I just saw something posted at Crooks & Liars and it looks like Obama has been reading your page.

'Are these folks serious?' Obama rips into stimulus-plan critics

 Crooks & Liars

We can't delay, and we can't go back to the same, worn-out ideas that led us here in the first place. In the last few days 
we've seen proposals arise from some in Congress that you may not have read, but you'd be very familiar with, because 
you've been hearing them the last ten years -- maybe longer. They're rooted in the idea that tax cuts alone can solve all 
our problems, that government doesn't have a role to play, that half-measures and tinkering are somehow enough. 
That we can afford to ignore our most fundamental economic challenges -- the crushing cost of health care, 
the inadequate state of so many of our schools, our dangerous dependence on foreign oil.

So let me be clear: Those ideas have been tested, and they have failed.  
They have taken us from surpluses to an annual deficit of over a trillion dollars.  
And they have brought our economy to a halt.
And that's precisely what the election we just had was all about. 
The American people have rendered their judgment. 
And now it is time to move forward, not back. 
Now is the time for action.

Keep hammering away,
 RJ, nomadic pillar 
 San Francisco

I like that kind of talk.
All that's missing is a "Blow Me!" and "How much do you want to bet?"

Listing the facts is always a good idea when you're in the right.

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"Did the witch doctors think that dropping a virgin in the volcano would really bring good crops?  
  No, but it kept them in their witch-doctor jobs and gave them time in private with the virgins. 
  And that, boys and girls, is how government works." 
      -- Randall Hoven,     Link

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 Subject: Men's bathroom signs 


I think that if you look into it you will find that, at the urging of Larry Craig, 
the sign was put up as a courtesy to traveling Republicans.

Is that what the cartoon figure is doing?
Tapping his feet?  :)

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:"It's called The American Dream because you
have to be asleep to believe in it."
-- George Carlin

First, Jail All Bush's Lawyers


If new Attorney General Eric Holder really means what he said in his oath – that he will “support and defend 
the Constitution of the United States” – then he must give serious consideration to prosecuting crimes committed 
by the Bush administration, including its torturing of detainees.

And Holder might be advised to begin the process at his own agency, the Department of Justice. 
To paraphrase Shakespeare, Holder might start by first jailing all of George W. Bush’s lawyers.

The logic of targeting former Justice Department lawyers – the likes of John Yoo and Jay Bybee – is that they 
were the linchpin for justifying acts that were clearly illegal; they provided the paper cover for both the interrogators 
in the field and the senior officials back in Washington.

Bush hired his friends so they'd give him the legal cover to kidnap, rape, torture and murder.
That way, when asked why he's breaking the law and ignoring the Constitution, Bush could say,
"All of this has been approved by the Justice Department."

Yes, for those crimes they should go to jail then rot in Hell.
But since there is no Hell, we'll have to settle for life in prison.

If Holder doesn't do his job, future GOP presidential criminals will follow Bush's lead.

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 Subject: I'm already mad as hell...

I'm already livid at what's going on with our new president, are you getting a big fat deja-va?????
I am! It's like Clinton all over again. 

What's more with more peace and prosperity?

And the spine-less dems just go along for the ride. 
If you didn't know better you would think the asinine repukes were the ones in power. 
I'm so sick of these damned cowards in our party. 

I swear, I got to leave this stupid country.
 Sea Mei

...and go where?

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 Two artists revisit the Bush Theater of the Absurd



Yurgil's parodies of lurid pulp magazines from the 1940s and 1950s feature the familiar Executive Branch cast of characters
--Bush and Cheney are the recurring antiheros--engaged in manly dramas that they apparently never quite outgrew. 
These Photoshopped digital collages, adapted from scanned old magazine covers, show an unerring instinct for 
combining visual and narrative ideas in perfect synch; it may sound like art-historical or political blasphemy to say so, 
but they can be compared with John Heartfield's scathing anti-Nazi photomontages of the 1930s and 1940s.

If Bruce Yurgil was a right-wing loon, some rich ass would send him $5M to fund 
a production studio with a staff and top-notch equipment for him, but noooooooo.

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 Subject: The Tulsa Beacon

As a Tulsa native, I wanted to catch up on my hometown since moving out a decade ago. 
I watched with dismay as Oklahoma lurched to the right of Utah. 
I knew that something must have happened in Northeast Oklahoma (as Southern and 
Western Okla. couldn't have gotten any more fascist) and wanted an explanation.
While visiting Tulsa this week, I think I found it in a Quik-Trip newsstand:
The Tulsa Beacon.
Holy Christ, that paper makes Rush Limbaugh look like Ho Chi Minh. 
Please, Bart, you gotta tell your worldwide audience about it.
 Badger in Colorado.

In a backwards hellhole like Oklahoma, it's impossible to get too far to the right.

Not satisfied with a newspaper that always endorses the Fascist dogs, some local handjob 
recognized that appealing to the worst fears of the "forgotten" white people could be a goldmine 
so that "whites only" rag has become very successful. 

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 by Mike the Dealer


Now calling an all in with 9 high doesn't seem very good, but we're pot stuck, our aggressive raising has put us 
in a spot where we now have to call.   Let's look at the pot.  There is our 1200, the 200 from the small blind, 
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Shirley on Craig Ferguson next Thursday, 12 Feb

        What's your favorite Shirley picture?
        (Send the picture, don't send a description of the picture.)

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