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Weekend-Tuesday   Feb 7-10, 2009  Vol 2285 - 23 Skidoo 

Quote of the Day

"The Republicans set the economy on fire
  and now they're blocking the fire trucks."
    -- Paul Begala, CNN, 


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Why Bush is the Worst Ever 
Arrow FOX Loses $6.4 BillionHOT
Arrow Rich reporters, whoring HOT
Arrow Obama shows a Little Fire 
Arrow A Monument To Zealotry HOT
Arrow The New GOP HOT
Arrow Phelps: Puppy torturer!
Arrow Kiera Knightley loves Curry HOT



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"The Democrats think that claiming I lead the Republican Party 
  is going to destroy it.   Ha!   I am the only hope it has!"
      -- the vulgar Pigboy

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The 43 Who Helped Make Bush The Worst Ever


7. David Addington -- "Cheney's Cheney" was the "most powerful man you've never heard of." As the leader of Bush's
legal team and Cheney's chief of staff, Addington was the biggest proponent of some of Bush's most notorious legal abuses,
such as torture and warrantless surveillance, and is a loyal follower of the so-called unitary executive theory.

20. Monica Goodling -- Goodling was the most notorious graduate of Pat Robertson's Regent University during her tenure
in the Justice Department. As the White House liaison at the DOJ, she based the department's hiring of candidates on their
sexual preference, GOP loyalty, and adherence to conservative ideology.

38. Philip Cooney -- A former oil lobbyist who served as chief of staff of the White House Council on Environmental Quality,
Cooney doctored climate reports to "soften" words and phrases linking greenhouse gas emissions to global warming. After his
political interference was revealed, Cooney left the White House to become a lobbyist for Exxon.

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"Earth to Cheney, things are not OK out there right now...You left a few unfinished things. I think what happened 
is the vice president was getting his feelings hurt because Rush Limbaugh and Joe the Plumber had taken over the 
intellectual and moral leadership of the Republican party...We Democrats are always glad to see the vice president 
on television, reminding the country of those Bush/Cheney years." 
     -- James Carville, Link

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 Subject: GOP blocking people's will

America has a choice.   Do we do it Obama's way or do we do it the Republican's way?
What if we just did nothing? Here in California that's exactly what we are doing - nothing.

We have a Republican Govenator rather than a Governor (never send a fictional character
to do the job of a real person) and what you see here is what will happen to America if we
let the Republicans have control. This state is a disaster and it's falling apart.

We the people voted the Republicans out and if the Republicans would be making a serious
mistake if they feel that they can stand in the way of the will of the people. We are not going
to allow the Republicans to continue to destroy our future.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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"Cheney and Limbaugh are the two centers of gravity for the current GOP."
    -- Andrew Sullivan,    Link

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FOX News Suffers $6.4 Billion Loss


News Corp said Thursday it lost $6.4 billion in its most recent quarter because of a massive write-down in the value of its assets.

The New York-based company, which owns The Wall Street Journal and the Fox broadcast network, also forecast a 30 percent 
drop in operating profits for the fiscal year to June from a year ago, when it earned $5.13 billion.

The forecast was a sharp downgrade from November when it expected "low to mid-teens" percentage drop for the year.
News Corp. shares shed 55 cents, or 7.4 percent, to $6.90 in after-hours trading.

Maybe the people got tired of being lied to.
When you champion some ass with a 25% approval rating,
how do you expect to be taken seriously?

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 Subject: that ACLU quote

Hey Bart, about that quote on last issue's page that was attributed to someone from the ACLU:
I Googled it and found out that it's actually from someone from a group with a deliberately-confusing name,
the American Civil RIGHTS Union.   Here's the link to the Google cache of the original page:

The right-wingers know that their ideas don't stand up on their own,
so they create organizations with confusing names to trick people. Nice.

Take care and thanks for all the laughs,
 Tina the Pillar

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"If you turn Gitmo suspects loose and they kill more Americans, who's responsible for that?" 
       --  Dick Cheney,   Link

"It's nice to see that even in retirement, Dick Cheney is still making time to scare the shit out of people. 
  So many people retire and stop doing the thing they love. Not him." 
        -- Jon Stewart,    Audio

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Rich reporters, whoring for tax cuts


Economist Dean Baker, co-director of the Center for Economic and Policy Research, explains:
"Spending that is not stimulus is like cash that is not money. Spending is stimulus, spending is stimulus.
Any spending will generate jobs. It is that simple. ... Any reporter who does not understand this fact
has no business reporting on the economy."

ABC's Charles Gibson portrayed spending and stimulus as opposing concepts."
A lot of people have said it's a spending bill and not a stimulus."

MSNBC's Mika Brzezinski, among others, has repeatedly suggested "welfare" provisions in the bill
wouldn't stimulate the economy. This is the exact opposite of true; those provisions are among the most
stimulative things the government can possibly do.

Brzezinski and Gibson won't say that the tax cuts in the bill are not stimulative and should be stripped
-- even though they are less effective as stimulus than unemployment benefits and food stamps.

I've said it many times - if you're going to explain how great tax cuts are,
you should have to disclose how much the tax cuts will mean to YOU.

The vulgar Pigboy acts like he can barely make in on $30 million a year
and he constantly whines about having to pay such a big tax bill.

Bush's tax cuts might've meant $3-6M a year for the greedy bastard so naturally 
that makes Bush "a decent, kind a caring president" and a "swell guy."

Brzezinski, Gibson, Russert, Schieffer, Hannity and Judas Maximus are all millionaires
so it's in their own financial self interests to help Republicans get elected.

That's the difference between the super-rich and the poor.
The poor refuse to vote themselves a raise - the rich do it every time.

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"I can't believe there are poeple out there still defending that idiot Bush. A lot of you fools 
voted for that fool and what did you get for it? You lost your job, you lost your house and 
you sent the fool into retirement at a 2 million dollar house. Republican idiots abound."
     -- hnglo12,   Link

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 Subject: History Repeats Itself...But Why?

Mr. Chinaco:

Your insights for all things political have been enlightening and thoughtful.  Thank you for all your hard work.
For whatever odd reason, the public amnesia is now greater than ever.  We simply do not/will not recall historic
precedent and the actions that brought these events of today into play, with the effect of further enslaving the working class.

We're all so worried about passing the stimulus package that we're not putting those to blame in the proper light
- a bright spotlight.  We're not educating ourselves to understand why this is happening because we either don't
want to know or we're afraid of the truth.

What we're witnessing is a rerun, on a much larger scale, of several prior economic failures (1907, 1929 to name just two)
orchestrated by our own corrupt government and the banking elite.  By the hands of our own elected officials, we've allowed
the greatest transfer of wealth ever seen - a global monetary shift of immense magnitude.

And it all happened within a few months!  While the economy was 'fundamentally strong.'
Our fractional banking system, the Federal Reserve and the entire concept of money is rotten to the core.  Does no one
understand that an autonomous, unregulated banking cartel, lending money, with interest, to the United States government
is by design a malevolent system?  Ever heard of the term, 'fractional banking?'  Try and find the minutes to a Fed meeting
...try to determine how much gold we have on hand to back up the trillions of dollars they are printing and loaning to the
American people, try to attend a Fed meeting as a reporter...good luck.  Our debt is now so massive that it's become incomprehensible.

Wait, there's more (http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2009/jan/26/road-ruin-recession-individuals-economy) these are
the petty ground soldiers.  It's the domain of the Bilderbergs, the Morgans, the Rockefellers...who control the money.
The SEC had hard proof of Madoff's Ponzi Scheme years ago and did nothing. Why?

Jefferson, Wilson (eventually) Limbaugh, McFadden ("a Superstate controlled by international bankers"), all saw what
was happening: world financial banking dominance.  And guess what, it's happening again and this time they're going to
bring all of us to our knees.

It saddens me that the American people have allowed Bush to walk away, with impunity,
from the economic inferno his administration played so great a role in creating.

Thank you, Bart.

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Michael Phelps: Puppy torturer!
  by Joe Conason.


The brutal exposure and possible arrest of Michael Phelps, probably the best athlete on earth, 
demands fresh attention to old questions: Why is marijuana still illegal in the United States? 
And why do we prosecute people for using the herb?

As the world now knows, poor Phelps was chilling with a few friends and a glass bong when 
caught on camera -- which would have been no problem had London's News of the World tabloid 
not published the photo, described as follows in the accompanying news story: "This is the astonishing 
picture which could destroy the career of the greatest competitor in Olympic history."...

So why do we still need to feign outrage over Michael Phelps? Why must he humble himself before 
the cameras as if he had tortured a puppy? Why should the law treat cannabis as a damaging addiction, 
when in fact nearly anyone who has accomplished anything worthwhile seems to have taken at least a toke or two?"

If Phelps can been photographed (gasp) drinking a beer, there'd be no phony outrage
and alcohol kills thousands of Americans per year.  Has pot every killed anybody?

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 Subject: A letter to Rush Limbaugh 

Ha, ha! This sarcastic piece is written by a Republican! It's quite droll!


Dear Rush,

Congratulations! You have been selected by the Obama administration, the mainstream media and 
20 million of your most passionate followers to be the new head of the Republican Party...

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Obama shows a Little Fire


It was good to see the president, ordinarily so cool, so accommodating, exhibiting some real fire the other night.
It seems to have done some good.

With the economy in deep, deep trouble, and Americans suffering by the tens of millions, the Republicans spent
much of the week doing their same-old, bad-faith Neanderthal two-step: trying their best to derail the economic
stimulus package working its difficult way through Congress.

“This bill is stinking up the place,” said Lindsey Graham, a Republican senator from South Carolina who not only
opposed the legislation but wanted to make sure that no one would mistake him for a class act.

One of the goals of the package, of course, is to begin cleaning up the holy mess that resulted from the long,
dark night of G.O.P. control in Washington. President Obama went out of his way to get a substantial number
of Republicans to make a genuine effort to move the economic revitalization process along, but was rebuffed,
and in some cases contemptuously.

On Thursday night, he struck back, attacking Republican intransigence and its failed policies of the past.
On Friday morning, with the government reporting that nearly 600,000 more jobs had been lost in January,
he went public again, stressing how irresponsible it would be to do nothing in the face of the growing crisis.

Obama HAS to win this one.
If he lets the GOP push him around this time, they'll push him around for the next four years.

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"Bush inherited a recession."
      --  Micharel Steel to Judas Maximus on This Whore,     Link

"This is the problem with the media today. A Repub can tell a bald face lie and he is not challedged. 
There was no condom legislation or money for ACORN in the stimulus bill.The Repubs said there was 
and the media ran with it. Here you have a man (Stephanopoulos) who was in the Clinton Administration
....knows Steele was lying and said nothing...That's sad. " 
      -- Rginald Smith,      Link

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 Subject: I want your opinion:

 Bart, how is it possible that we won the white house and expanded control in both houses
 of congress yet democrats still aren't in control of what's going on in washington?

 i await your response, giggling a bit already because i think i know the answer.
 and that answer has something to do with pink tutus.
 Andrew R.

You are correct.
The Democrats simply don't have the courage or the will to fight.
When the Fascist dogs control the WH, House and senate, they run the show.
When the Democrats control the WH, House and senate, the Fascist dogs run the show.

The Democrats are always powerless to stop anything and
Republicans are always able to stop anything they don't like.

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

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Marty always has good stuff.

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"Obama showed he can take a punch, and learn a lesson. Most Americans root for their president to succeed, 
and that's especially true for Obama...Obama handled the first bad news of his presidency with class and candor. 
He took responsibility, took his lumps, and took the lesson to heart. 'I screwed up,' he told NBC. 'The responsibility 
era is not never making mistakes. It's owning up to them and trying to make sure you never repeat them. People 
expect their leaders to make mistakes, but they're surprised and delighted whenever leaders own up to them."
      -- Walter R. Mears,     Link

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 Subject: Missing Music Hottie: Simone Simons


As I scroll thru your music hotties it dawned on me you completely missed one of 
the hottest music hotties, Simone Simons of the Dutch Symphonic Metal band named Epica.

Dick, thanks for that.
I was not aware of Ms Simon.

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The New GOP
 by Garland Nixon


The GOP of 2009 is quite different than the Party we have become accustomed to over the last decade or so. 
As odd as it may seem, today's Republican Party is a highly concentrated form of the 2000 through 2004 Gang 
that brought us Iraq, a trillion dollar deficit, and Freedom Fries. While the Democrats were trouncing the Republicans 
in both 2006 and 2008, few seemed to notice that the Republicans who were ousted were those who made up the 
moderate voice of the GOP. Those Republicans who were in districts with an ideologically diverse constituency were
nearly all replaced when the Country began trending blue. As the GOP loses it's moderate voice it becomes more 
conservative which ultimately drives away the remaining moderates and guess what, the Party becomes even more 
conservative. A political trend which, if it continues, will ultimately leave a small, angry, and powerless group of 
White Protestant Southerners commiserating about how the minorities, Yankees, and Hippies are bringing this country to ruin.

The New GOP looks to the vulgar Pigboy for guidance.

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A Monument To Zealotry
 by my good friend Richard Fricker


The opening of the Oklahoma Legislature kicks off the yearly buffoon competition wherein various legislators vie for
the opportunity to portray Oklahoma to the nation as filled with slack-jawed people in clown suits, Bible in one hand,
gun in the other followed by a pit bull and a barefoot pregnant teenage wife wearing a Jim Inhofe t-shirt.

 ha ha
He is so right.

The frontrunner thus far?
Rep.Michael Ritze, who wants to erect an obelisk of the Ten Commandments on the Capitol lawn.

If the religious education of Oklahomans is intact, why the obelisk?

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 Subject: The Party of George W. Bush

Let us not forget that when we hear Republicans bemoaning spending money that they are the party of George W. Bush. 
We haven't forgot who it was that created this mess and who is trying to block the recovery. Our memory is not that short. 
America is not going to let the party of Bush stand in our way.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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 Subject: Led Zep DVD

Hey Bart,

I got my Zeppelin DVD and it is great!
The quality is much better than I expected in both video and audio.
Any Zeppelin fan will be very happy with this DVD.

Keep after those (right and left-wing) bastards!

DVD of Led Zeppelin's last show.

 If you're a subscriber, I can get you a copy for $37.

 Soon, Jimmy's lawyer will write and make me take this down.

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James Whitmore dies at 87


James Whitmore, the many-faceted character actor who delivered strong performances
in movies, television and the theater died Friday, his son said. He was 87.

The Emmy-winning actor was diagnosed with lung cancer near Thanksgiving
and died Friday afternoon at his Malibu home, Steve Whitmore said.

While not known for his politics, Whitmore was an early supporter of Obama. He stumped for Obama
during a 2007 rally at Universal Studios, telling the crowd that Obama had the wisdom "to deal with a very,
very confused and complex country, and the world."

Recently, I wrote about James Whitmore

TV Stuff

Last night's episode of C.S.I. was a classic.
It was a four-twister, and it was an example of great TV.

The writing - superb.
The acting - top notch.
The dialog - Tarantinish.
And C.S.I. is in Season 6 or Season 7.
That's damn hard to do.

And then, look at the hidden character actor, James Whitmore!
Are you kidding?

When I was a kid, I was stuck in bed for 6 months with two broken femurs.
(Look for the full story in the Bartcop Biography)
The TV was my mental escape hatch and I used it every day :)

The Big Valley came on right after Rawhide, starring Clint Eastwood.
And back in the day, the idiot studios would use the same actor twice a year
in a dramatic show, which is fine, but each time he played a different character.

In reruns, one week, James Whitmore was the guy who held Tom Barkley's head while he died.
The next week, he'd shoot Heath in the ass with some buckshot and start a range war.
The next week, he'd be Nick's commanding officer from the Civil War.
The next week, he'd be a Pigboy-style politician who tried to kill the Barkleys.

The weird part - he usually played the old guy back then - when I was 16.
Thirty seven years later he's still playing the part of "the old guy."

James Whitemore is an actor.
He reminds me of Hal Holbrook - another great actor.
It was nice to see James again on C.S.I.

A shot of Chinaco for the late James Whitmore.


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Plant, Krauss take 5 Grammys


Winning in all five of the categories they were nominated in, Robert Plant and Alison Krauss reigned supreme at 
the Grammy Awards Suynday night.

They found their charm with their first collaborative effort, Raising Sand, which was named best contemporary folk/
Americana album and overall album of the year. They beat out Coldplay, Lil Wayne, Ne-Yo and Radiohead. 

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Why Plant killed the Zeppelin reunion


Robert Plant has revealed that he decided against performing again with the band over fears a full reunion might disappoint fans.
Plant ruled himself out of more shows last November following endless calls from fans for the band to return to the road. 

Plant said it would have been “delicate” to “visit old ground” again with the group.  “The disappointment that could be there 
once you commit to that and the comparisons to something that was basically fired by youth and a different kind of exuberance 
to now, its very hard to go back and meet that head on and do it justice,” he said.

So, he's chosen to disappoint everyone over fears he might disapppoint some?
Funny, he can play Zeppelin songs with Strange Sensation but not with the people who wrote the songs?

Don't you think he's being honest?

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They read it in Tunis, Tunisia

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They have money - their economy wasn't ruined by a religiously-insane moron.

 Why sell to America when you can sell to the world?

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