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Tuesday   Mar 24, 2009  Vol 2308 - Stiff Jack & a Cracker

Quote of the Day

“Obama is the first sitting president 
  to ever appear on a late night show, 
  unless you count the time when Thomas 
  Jefferson was on 'Larry King.'" 
       --  Jimmy Fallon

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow AIG is Chump Change 
Arrow NRCC: "the Pelosi Recession" HOT
Arrow Shredding the Constitution HOT
Arrow TEA Parties...What the frak? HOT
Arrow A Weimar Moment? 
Arrow Cheney - Please Go Away HOT
Arrow Rev Jim's SXSW review 
Arrow Hottie Becky Newton HOT




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"You're sitting here. And you are laughing. You are laughing about some of these problems. 
  How do you deal with, I mean, explain the...mood and your laughter?...Are you punch drunk?" 
     --  Steve Kroft, acting like a major dick in the Obama interview,  Link

"Did any mainstream, corporate-paid, "serious" journalist ever ask Bush that kind of insolent question? 
  Not that we ever heard of. Only rarely did any journalist even come back at Bush with a challenging follow-up 
  question, and only the bravest comic in the land (Stephen Colbert) dared to insult the grudge-holding Bush to his face." 
     --  Christine Bowman,    Link

 It's the media's job to attack Democrats while covering up for the Bush bastards.

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AIG is Chump Change
Let's find corporate America's hidden billions
 by Joe Conason


The popular urge to claw back the bogus bonuses paid by AIG is irresistible and fully justified, but should the Treasury 
someday retrieve every single bonus dollar, that total of $165 million will make no difference to anyone except a few 
disgruntled traders. From the jaded perspective of the financiers, the uproar over the AIG bonuses may provide a welcome 
distraction from far more important (and lucrative) abuses in the world's offshore tax havens.

So rather than continue arguing over chump change, it is long past time for us to demand accountability from the long list 
of tiny countries and principalities, from Andorra and the Cayman Islands to Singapore and Switzerland, where corporations, 
wealthy clients and unrepentant evildoers hide their assets.

The big claw-back will reach into quaint islands and mountainous principalities, because the same banks, hedge funds and 
private equity firms responsible for the world financial meltdown keep their profits in those "secrecy spaces" -- alongside the 
ill-gotten gains of numerous drug dealers, dictators and delinquents of every description.

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NRCC calls it "The Pelosi Recession"
...because the Democrats refused to call it "The Bush's recession"


If you've been hurt at all by the country's economic woes, the National Republican Congressional Committee wants you to blame Pelosi.
Monday morning, the NRCC sent out a fundraising e-mail to supporters from Michigan Rep. Dave Camp. The subject line of the e-mail 
reads, "End the Pelosi Recession," and much of the message is an attack on the speaker.

"Pelosi and her cronies know how they are going to continue to bail out big businesses, pay for their pet projects and spend billions of 
government dollars this year: massive tax hikes," Camp writes. 'To put it simply, the Democrats’ Budget spends too much, taxes too much 
and borrows too much. We must work together to end the 'Pelosi Recession,' and start to rebuild our economy with sound and fair principles.'"

 ...and that charge would've been a lot harder to make if Pelosi and Reid hadn't loaded up 
 the stimulus bill with tons and tons of pork - pork that Obama promised would stop on his watch.

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"The facts don’t bear him out.  That attitude, that philosophy has done incredible damage – to our image 
  and position in the world. I mean, the fact of the matter is after all these years how many convictions 
  actually came out of Guantanamo? How many terrorists have actually been brought to justice under 
  the philosophy that is being promoted by Vice President Cheney?"
     --  Obama,   Link

 Why do people say, "the fact of the matter is...?" 

 It means nothing - it's just a time waster for the speaker to think of something that does mean something.
 People say it in debates all the time - as though it's time somebody stated an actual fact.

 I'll bet if you turn on CNN or FOX News right now, if the talker isn't reading from a script
 somebody will say that in the next 5 minutes and it means nothing!. 

 Oh, and to answer Obama's question, I think they got Osama's driver - that's it.

 After 6+ years of torturing some innocent goat herders, they got one low-level handjob.
 Either torture doesn't work or nobody in Gitmo knew anything which means Bush had 
 those hundreds of people tortured for no reason other than his personal entertainment.

 I'll bet he's watching one of the torture tapes right now.
 I'll bet he's got a "Stay Out!" room in his house in Dallas that Pickles is never allowed to enter.

 That's where George masturbates to his torture videos.

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Possible New Feature - Old e-mails

I get a lot of mail.
Not as much as I'd like, but more than we can handle.

I have 8080 unread e-mails in the current account.
I also have 22,000 unread "older" e-mails, which I can't hardly ever get to
until I get to the Old Bloggers Home and then the senders might all be dead..

I stumbled onto this while searching for something else.

 Subject: Sept 3, 2008

Well my friend its all over but the crying, the Republicans have done it again.
Sarah Palin is a masterful stoke as Im sure you are aware though you cant say so on your blog.
The dims have blown yet another opptunity by screwing Hill for the negro.

Doesnt it make you proud, dosent it send a tingle up your leg.
I lmao at you bud, you know the truth but you cant speak it,
cause you're a wormy coward like most dems.

Ill write you a note just to rub the shit on your nose in November.
Thank God for libs, if not for them we would fail. LMAO

...jest one more time. BTW you cant play cards worth a shit,
e-mail me if you want to loose some money.
 Johnny Heathrow in Louisville, KY

 Johhny, you should be a professional gambler.

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Shredding the Constitution, Again
 by Garland Nixon


The term "shredding the constitution" became popular when it became clear that the Bush Administration was deliberately 
taking unconstitutional actions, hiding them from the public and Congress, and showing utter contempt for those who dared 
to question their actions. The legal decisions on which they based their actions were generally hidden, and most have been 
labeled as absurd once reviewed by competent legal experts. 

It seems that the "ends justifying the means" attitude in Washington did not leave when the Bush Family moved to Dallas. 
Congress has decided to take a page from the Bush Administration's play book and deliberately violate the Constitution to 
achieve what they believe are honorable goals. In the political pandemonium that followed the revelations that AIG executives 
were taking huge lumps of taxpayer dollars in the form of bonuses in return for destroying the Company, Congress played 
the Bush card. They passed a law which retroactively taxes the unconscionable bonuses out of existence. Denying those who 
were either incompetent, unethical, or a combination of both the opportunity to fleece the US taxpayers is an honorable goal.

If congress is going to illegally pass retroactive laws, why don't they pass one that makes it a crime to lie us 
into a war that kills 4200 soldiers and a million Iraqis and then go arrest those murdering Bush bastards?

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TEA Parties...What the frak?
 by Cynthia Boaz


I'm all for people power, but this is coming one president too late. The neocons are trying to start a *movement*? Seriously?

Let's take a look and correct the "principles" upon which these TEA (Tax Enough Already) parties are based.
And allow me to ask the obvious question: are we really STILL this amenable to fear-mongering and blatant propaganda?
Have we learned nothing?? The TEA website points are preceded with hyphens. My comments follow each one.

From the TEA party website:

Are you fed up with a Congress and a president who:

- vote for a $500 billion tax bill without even reading it?

Okay, 1) It's not a tax bill,
2) Where do you think government revenue comes from?,
3) Just because YOU don't like the bill doesn't mean Congress didn't *read* it.
3, part 2) I think you are mistaking the stimulus bill for the authorization of the
    use of force bill that Bush shoved down everyone's throats after 9/11.

- are spending trillions of borrowed dollars, leaving a debt our great-grandchildren will be paying?

You can't be serious. The biggest spenders in HISTORY were Reagan and George W. Bush, and thanks to their reckless
and immoral spending, we've found ourselves in this recession. The debt our great-grandchildren will be paying is thanks
to them, not Obama or Congressional Democrats. I'm going to make up t-shirts that say "Bush spent my grandkids' money
on a PR campaign for Al Qaeda", and then use the profit to buy stock in AIG.

It's hard to argue with Cynthia - because she lists the facts.

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 Subject: Constitutional crisis

The freepers are still beating the birthplace issue, ignoring McCain's birth outside the country.


Funny, but I remember their guy being APPOINTED by the Supreme Court. 
Was that Constitutional?
 Steve in Montana

Before that, it was unconstitutional for Monkey and Cheney to both be from Texas.
As always, the sacless Dems said, "Anything you want to do is OK with us," so they did.

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"I've never been to a Gridiron dinner, which is where the skits take place. I've only attended the others 
  a couple of times. I know the dinners may project an image that we're all just a bunch of cozy Washington insiders, 
  but I don't think they're that big a deal. There's such a built-in adversarial relationship between the press and 
  the pols that spending a couple of evenings in a kind of light-hearted cease-fire doesn't strike me as a terrible thing." 
     --  Howie Kurtz, CNN's "media watchdog,"   Link

 Right, there's no harm in a little dinner...

 Just because NBC's top political whore does a rap-dance number with with Karl Rove doesn't mean 
 he can't be a fierce pitt bull the next morning, grilling his dancing partner with "tough questions," right?

 The Rap Brothers, Gregory and Rove

 NBC, thy name is whore.
 You claim to have a News Division, but that's all a sham to boost GE's war stock.

 David Gregory, you're a slimy, paid-for whore but you're not as bad as Russert was 

- but that's because Russert had more years in the whore business than you. 

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  to get things done, and at this moment of great challenge, they are watching and waiting for us to lead. 
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     --  Obama, making sense to those of us who use logic,  Link

 Note to Barack:
 Please don't make the mistake of thinking the snarling, growling dogs are going to listen to logic 
 and agree with you sometimes because that's not going to happen - do you get that?

 Mitch the Bitch

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 Subject: NY Times and banks


Yes, it's strange that the NYTimes, which virtually cheered the Bush Monster along (esp. Friedman, the man's 
"international" experience is in the business section of airplanes), should now be giving Obama such a hard time. 

But alas, I fear that Krugman at least is on the money with his views.  I'm in touch with partners at some very reputable 
foreign private banks, and they are saying the same thing. 50% of banks could fail, and throwing money at them is a total waste. 
On top of it, the money being thrown is essentially borrowed.... It does indeed look as if the administration is trying to restore 
the precrash situation, only without the toxic assets.

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A Weimar Moment?
 by Greg in Cheeseland


Mike Malloy read this on his show on March 18th and I agree with Malloy that it may be one of the most 
important essays written in recent history.

On a related topic, I think I may be getting to an answer to the rhetorical question about why Dems are sacless weenies. 
The recurring themes seem to be the banking, insurance, health care, and media industries, the military-industrial complex…
and (tin foil hat on) Bilderberg. My suggestion is to take a closer look at the new administration, the organizations that they
have worked for in the past… and as Palast says, follow the money. When I get the facts and the answers that I am looking for, 
I will post something on that subject. Any thoughts or ideas on that topic would be appreciated.

For now, the following essay is a great read and frames what is going on in the U.S. today in a historical perspective. 
It is somewhat lengthy, but it is well-worth the time reading. I would appreciate any thoughts and comments on this article as well. 

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"It is as if you were flying an airplane and the gas light came on and it said 'you 15 minutes of gas left' 
  and the pilot said 'we’re not going to worry about that, we’re going to fly for another two hours.' 
  Well, the plane crashes and our country will crash..." 
     --  Judd Gregg, who thinks Bush's disaster is too big to fix,  Link

"I'm crazier n' dog shit."

 BTW, Judd?
 That might be the worst analogy I've ever read.

 Running out of gas is a finite, math-friendly, measureable thing.
 The ecenomy doesn't do that - what are you, like ...stupid?

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Go back into hiding, GOP begs Dick Cheney


Congressional mad dogs are telling Cheney to go away and leave them alone 
to rebuild the Republican Party without his input.

Displeased with the Dick's media appearances, Fascist say he's hurting GOP efforts 
to reinvent itself in Rush's image after back-to-back electoral drubbings.

The Dick has done media interviews to defend the Bush-Cheney record while 
suggesting that the country is not as safe under President Obama.

Rep. John Duncan Jr. (R-Tenn.) said, “He became so unpopular while he was in 
the White House that it would probably be better for us politically if he wouldn’t 
be so public...But he has the right to speak out since he’s a private citizen.”

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"This first major Obama blunder has consequences. First, it undermines the president's credibility with 
  his own party on Capitol Hill. Democrats voted almost unanimously for the stimulus package and now 
  Republicans have a weapon to use against them with this Treasury-inspired provision that benefits AIG. 
  Second, the controversy undermines the trust that the American people have in government at a time 
  when it is spending billions upon billions. Obama promises transparency, but the layers of bureaucratic 
  double-talk look like business as usual." 
     --  Eleanor Clift,   Link

 She's right about Obama's first BIG blunder.
 Do you think we'll ever get the truth about the AIG bonuses?

 Obama is betting that the press is going to forget and this issue will fade away.
 I wish Obama had some more experienced staffers to give him better advice.

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 Subject: those AIG bonuses

Bart, if your company/corporation needs to be bailed out with public assets.....the contracts are null and void. 
No company...no bonus.  If there is no consequence for incompetance, etc., why would anyone loan anyone anything? 

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This is the week they're selling Mrs. Bart's heirlooms.
We're new to this strain of tragedy.

Strangers pawing thru the stuff she grew up with, offering $3 for the marshmellow roaster 
they used at Christmas, or $20 for the couch they sat on when they opened birthday presents.
I wonder - is that better or worse than losing it in a tornadoe*?

The way the law works, we have to sell her inheritance.
If he had died or remained in good health, it would eventually be left to her.

But because he's sick, because his body outlasted his brain,
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<Mrs Bart does a shot>

When this is over she wants me to take her far, far away, somewhere where there's no people.

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 Subject: that 90% tax bracket

Hey Bart,

When my step-dad was starring in the "My Friend Flicka"series in the 50s he was in the 90% tax bracket. 
When I asked him how he could survive at that rate, as a true Democrat, he said that what was left was still pretty good for that day. 
I'd love to see anybody making over two million a year in a 90% bracket and  over, let's say, half a million to keep paying into Social Security.

Happy Trails until ...
 Kevin K.

Shouldn't we be means-testing Social Security?
Meaning, why do millioniares get $1500 a month from the government?

In 1992, Ross Perot said he got a monthly SS check and he was a multi-billionaire.

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