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Tuesday  Mar 31, 2009  Vol 2311 - Mulva

Quote of the Day

"Legislation is the art of compromise. 
       --  Harry Reid, on why he let Bush 
            steamroll over him for eight years,   Link

  Hey Harry, when you "compromised" with Bush
  what did our side get?  Another broken promise?


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Cheney's Lurid Legacy 
Arrow Why Dems Can't Govern HOT
Arrow Kos: CIA Operative? HOT
Arrow Newspapers Dying Off HOT
Arrow Sent to Debtors Prison 
Arrow The Republicans Win HOT
Arrow Catholic Legion of Decency 
Arrow Kristin Cavallari - Seriously HOT



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"Am I the only American who remembers that candidate Obama had a plan to capture
  Osama and fix our previous ‘mistakes’ in Afghanistan?  Obama doesn’t have a clue."
     --  --Ralph Peters, LTC, USA-Ret,   Link

  Ralph, you were OK with Bush ignoring Osama and acting like a total drunken dick for eight years...

 ...but you're tired of waiting for Obama to act ...after 70 days?

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Cheney's Lurid Legacy


The GOP;s most toxic asset did more than commit war crimes, lie the nation into an unnecessary war, and mount 
wholesale attacks on the Constitution and Bill of Rights during his string-pulling stint in the White House. Dick Cheney 
was also a champion and defender of George W. Bush's fiscal madness.

Cheney supported Bush in forging public policies that drained the Treasury to provide tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans 
and ran up record deficits while spending at rates that exceeded LBJ's pace. Johnson, at least, raised taxes to pay for Vietnamr.
Cheney and Bush preferred to create billions of dollars of debt to finance their military and nation building experiments.

In late 2002, Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill argued another round of massive tax cuts would result in staggering deficits and 
warned Bush the move would harm the economy. Cheney, infamously, cut off O'Neill snarling, "Reagan proved deficits don't matter." 
O'Neill persisted in urging caution thus committing an unforgivable sin in the Bush administration - speaking the truth.

A month later, O'Neill was fired. Dick Cheney, not the cowardly Bush, told O'Neill he was getting the heave-ho. 
The last voice of fiscal restraint in the Bush administration and only cabinet member with the guts to say deficits do matter 
was unceremoniously sacked. In Bush world, no one ever again, within earshot of Dick Cheney, would dare utter the 
heresy that debt financed tax cuts create problems.

This is what Clinton did while raising taxes on the super-rich.
Too bad we couldn't get one Democrat to point to the facts.

Every time the Fascist dogs said, "Tax breaks for the super-rich work,"
the Democrats looked down and kicked the dirt instead of speaking up.

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Why Democrats Can't Govern


Bill Clinton saw the core of his domestic agenda come to ruin, his political support collapse, and his failure (?)
spawn a massive Republican resurgence that made progressive reform impossible for a decade to come.

What does that mean?
Clinton failed to stop the Democrats from back-stabbing him?

Jimmy Carter saw the exact same thing happen to him.

In Obama's case, as with his predecessors, the prospective culprit is the same: Democrats in Congress, and especially the Senate.
At a time when the country desperately needs a coherent response to the array of challenges it faces, the congressional arm of the
Democratic Party remains mired in fecklessness, parochialism, and privilege. Obama has made mistakes, as did his predecessors.
Yet the constant recurrence of legislative squabbling and drift suggests a deeper problem than any characterological or tactical
failures by these presidents: a congressional party that is congenitally unable to govern.

When Bush stole power, his party demanded that we get behind him and the Democrats, as always, agreed.
When Obama was elected, his party looked for ways to screw their president, as always, and they've succeeded.

   "We bow down for Rethugs and we handcuff Obama."

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 Subject: Kos and the CIA

Hey Bart,

Do you know why Daily Kos was lavished with millions?

One possible reason:

Daily Kos: CIA Engineered Controlled Opposition?


Markos Moulitsas Zúniga, owner of the DailyKos website, now admits that he spent six months in the employ
of the US Central Intelligence Agency in 2001,” writes Holland. “In a one-hour interview on June 2, 2006
‘Kos’ admitted that he was a CIA employee and would have ‘no problem working for them’ in the present."

 Lately I'm feeling sorry for Kos.
 He's really took a beating when the economy crashed.
 Kos's online income is down to roughly $150K per month.

 I don't know how he's going to survive on that tiny pittance.
 I'll bet Kos has enough money saved up, he could be ...a Republican.

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Newspapers' self-inflicted blows
  by David Sirota


Judging by the fatalistic declarations after this month's collapse of newspapers in Denver and Seattle, 
the industry is morosely drinking in its closet, wondering what went wrong.

Most newspaper post-mortems insist that decreased ad revenues brought on by the Internet and the recession caused 
journalism's problems, not self-inflicted wounds. If that was entirely accurate, then readers might lament newspapers' 
decline as a loss of must-read content. Instead, Pew polls find many Americans wouldn't care a lot if local papers folded.

In light of that, allow me to use these dwindling column inches to float an alternate hypothesis: While technological 
and economic forces certainly battered newspapers, journalism also delivered a one-two punch to its own jaw.

ha ha

David Sirota is lecturing us about honest journalism?

That's like Rush lecturing us on race relations.

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 Subject: Saving the American Auto Industry

 One thing I think would help save the auto industry is if all 50 states suspended the state sales tax
 on car purchases for 6 months. Here in California that would be a 10% price cut. Yes the states would
 loose some tax revenue but is it worth it to save the jobs and unemployment that the states would end up
 paying if they don't do it?   Suspending the sales tax on cars might save the auto industry.

 Marc Perkel
 San Bruno, CA.

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"With a special election to fill an open House seat in New York today  the NRCC is running an ad attacking
Democrat Scott Murphy over his having said that he opposes the death penalty, even in terror cases. 
The video kicks off with the words "September 11, 2001" shown onscreen. Images of the attackers are 
then shown over audio of a radio interview in which Murphy discusses his views." 
     --   Alex Koppelman,   Link

"The Republican party truly is LOST in the PAST. How many years can they keep 9/ 11 'terror' alive? 
   I'm just surprised they did not superimpose a fetus over the top of the photos." 
     --  Bernbart,   Link

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"If you take what I say as gospel, you're an idiot." 
     --  Glen Beck, scolding his sheep,    Link

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 Subject: criticizing Obama 

We have the right criticizing Obama because he's Obama, and we have 
the left criticizing him because he's being too much like GW.   Lovely.

Folks, he's been in office for about two months, i.e. a fairly short time. 
Most of us who voted for him knew he was an enormous improvement over the intellect of 
the previous guy in office, not to mention the alternative (McCain). Can we now at least have 
a tiny bit of faith that Obama is not completely clueless and may in fact know what he's doing, 
or is at least making the best decisions possible under the circumstances?

That's not to say we must stifle dissent or blindly follow our leader, not at all. 
When Obama screws up or does something I disagree with, I'll be there to criticize. 
However, with regards to much of what he's rightly spending his time on, that being the economy 
and the financial crisis, the proof in the pudding will not be known for many months from now, 
so I'll refrain from harsh words until some real evidence becomes known as to whether it's working or not. 
Until then, I'll just exercise some faith.


I agree.
We're two minutes into the first quarter and people are screaming at the football coach.
We could wait and see how things go before we call for him to be replaced.

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 Subject: Bart's Letter to the Editor

 To the NorthWestArkansasTimes

 Gene Lyons is a national treasure.
 Nobody gets it right as often as he does and nobody
 can explain the complicated as easily as he does.

 Gene, you're the best!
  bart cop

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The Republicans Win
  by Jon Faulkner


If Obama will only listen to the Right Wing - the day will be saved. He must begin the recovery by lowering taxes on the wealthy. 
It’s the same trickle down nonsense they’ve been brainlessly promoting for decades. It is astonishing that they still don’t get it! Or do they? 
Americans, particularly of the republican persuasion, should open their eyes, turn off Fox News and Rush Limbaugh and come to grips 
with the fact that their party is an extremely destructive force and a detriment to the nation‘s health.

The conservatives are screaming like banshees. Obama is a socialist, Obama is a fascist, Obama is a communist and he’s out to 
destroy the nation. Obama is actually performing in just the manner the republicans hoped he would. He’s handing the taxpayer’s cash 
over to the banks and asking for nothing in return. When the public became incensed over executive bonuses no one in Washington 
knew what to do. “Oh, woe is us,” the nation’s political leaders moaned. “Our hands are tied!” Those executives who are rolling in 
taxpayer cash were promised those bonuses. What a strange business, that showers millions on the screw-ups who brought down 
the house of cards that used to be the U.S. financial industry. In France the same thing was going on, but when the French people 
got fighting mad, their government simply announced a decree. No more executive bonuses. Problem solved. 

Hmmmm, I have no idea what Jon Faulkner is trying to say.
He seems to dislike Republicans and Obama's recovery plan.

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 "Democratic activists are on a mission to demoralize the enemy - us. They want to ensure that President Obama
is not subject to the same coordinated, facts-be-damned, multimedia takedown they employed over eight long years
to destroy the presidency - and the humanity - of George W. Bush...So now that the right is vanquished and thoroughly
out of power, why doesn't it learn from its conquerors and employ similar tactics? The answer is obvious. The right, for
the most part, embraces basic Judeo-Christian ideals and would not promote nor defend the propaganda techniques
that were perfected in godless communist and socialist regimes."
     --  Andrew Breitbart, A.K.A. Mr. Horseshit, on why the right restrains itself when attacking Democrats,    Link

 Gee, you'd think there were 150 horses in here.
 The Nazi right plays too nice?

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Legion of Deceny?
 Catholic Church could use one


Perhaps you heard the story of the nine-year-old girl in Brazil, impregnated by her stepfather, whose family was informed by 
the Catholic Church that the girl's mother and her doctors would be excommunicated from the church for making the decision 
to abort the twins the child rape victim was carrying.  At nine years old, the pregnancy was considered a threat to her life. 
Police say the girl was sexually assaulted for years by her stepfather. Declaring that "life must always be protected, a senior 
Vatican cleric has defended the Catholic Church's decision to excommunicate the child's mother and doctors.

Jose Cardoso Sobrinho, the archbishop of the diocese where the little girl lives, has said that the child-molesting stepfather 
who impregnated the girl would not be thrown out of the Church. Although he had allegedly committed "a heinous crime, 
the Church took the view that "the abortion, the elimination of an innocent life, was more serious.

That child molester is still a member in good standing of the Catholic Church, and the girl's mother and her doctors are not.

Hmmm, do you think Rush Limbaugh might secretly be Catholic?

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"I don't listen to talk radio, I don't look at the blogs, and I don't watch cable news." 
      -- Harry Reid, on why he's so clueless about everything,   Link

"It's because of gutless bastards like Harry Reid that we have had eight years of Bush illegality 
  and the deregulatory debacle that grips our economy. Run a progressive challenger to every 
  Blue Dog Democrat or corporate sellout like Reid. Enough of this nonsense!"
    --  GFR001,  Link

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 Subject: Church of Reality wins Trademark on "Reality"

The Church of Reality is officially the owner of "Reality" in the "Counseling in spiritual and religious matters" category. 
This is not an April Fool's joke. We are actually the official owners of "Reality®".


What this means for us I'm not sure. 
In theory, if a preacher talks about reality and passes the collection plate, we should get a piece of it. 
In practice, I don't know. But we should at least have some serious fun with this.

What does it mean to be the owner of reality? Does that make us the chosen religion? 
I do know that if ICANN releases the .reality top level domain that we would be first in line to get it. 

I'll be doing some sort of press release about this. 
Would love to get on some late night comedy show about this so looking for some publicity at least. 
So spread the word and pass the link around because once it is officially assigned then reality is ours. 
And I think we deserve it.

Marc Perkel
First One
Church of Reality ®
"If it's real it violates our trademark"

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"I would say the far left blogs. I mean, they’re just everyday."
     -- Wah Wah O'Reilly, asked who his top enemies are,    Link

  But Douche - what about Stephen Colbert?
  His entire TV show is you in a mirror.

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Woman Sent to Debtors Prison
 Another victim of those Bush bastards


"Like many people in these desperate economic times, Ms. Nowlin was laid off from work, lost her home and is destitute," 
said Michael Steinberg of the Michigan ACLU. "Jailing her because of her poverty is not only unconstitutional, it’s unconscionable. 
It is not a crime to be poor in this country and the government must stop resurrecting debtor’s prisons from the dustbin of history."

In December 2008, Ms. Nowlin’s 16-year-old son was sentenced to the Bay Pines Center and Ms. Nowlin was ordered to pay 
$104 per month for his lodging. At the time of this order, Ms. Nowlin was homeless and working part-time. She told the court that 
she was unable to pay the ordered amount, however the judge found her in contempt for failing to pay. In addition, Ms. Nowlin’s 
requests for a court appointed attorney were denied.

I'm so old, I remember when the accused had a right to an attorney.

Since March 3, 2009, Ms. Nowlin has been serving her sentence at the Delta County Jail. On March 6, 2009, she was released for 
one day to work. Once released she picked up her $178.53 check from work thinking that she now could pay the $104.00 to get 
out of jail. However, upon her return to jail that evening, the sheriff forced her to sign over her check to the jail to cover
$120.00 for “room and board.” She was also charged $22 for a drug test and the booking fee. 

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"GM's not going to be working with and taking orders from the government. 
  It's what happens when you take freebies, loans, whatever.  You become obligated."
     --  Piggy Pigboy Limbaugh,    Link

 Butt Rush, if you want to see GM broke, bankrupt and out of business,
 why can't you sac up and say that clearly?

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Bayh's Backstabbing Coalition
 These traitors want Obama to fail

Ringleaders Include: Evan Bayh (D-IN),  Tom Carper (D-DE) and Blanche Lincoln (D-AR).
Backstabbers include: Sens. Mark Udall (D-CO), Michael Bennet (D-CO),
Mark Begich (D-AK), Kay Hagan (D-NC),
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Jeanne Shaheen (D-NH), and Mark Warner (D-VA).

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 Subject: your Page/Beck comparisont

You blew it on your Page/Beck comparison.

I thought I was spot on.

Jimmy Page is an incredible guitarist. Absolutely no doubt.
Better than Jeff Beck?

I think so, but that's just an opinion.

No way. 


Beck is probably considered numero uno by most every great player in the business.

I've never heard anybody say "Jeff Beck is my favorite guitar player."

No disrespect to Jimmy, he is in the very top of all the players.

Now you're making sense.

Bart - you need to do a bit more listening.

If our opinions differ it's because I'm ignorant?

Spend some time on Youtube and check out the live Beck shows... 
Check him out live on "Day In The Life" and a tremendous amout of tracks with various artists.
The Yardbirds spawned three greats, Clapton, Beck, Page. 

They are all great, and by the way there was this guy named Jimi Hendrix....

I will attempt to educate you:

Click  Here to see Page, Beck and Clapton play Tulsa Time together.

About a minute into the song they start trading short solos.
At 1:40, Page takes off like a rocket with some blistering licks.

When Page is done, (1:58) Clapton looks at Beck as if to say,
"Holy fuck, did you see that? We need to play a lot better 
  if we're going to keep up with him."

Clapton knew who the best guitarist was onstage that night.

BTW, at one point in this show (now sure which song) Andy Fairweather-Low
tells Page to play softer and it cracks me up every time I see it.

Andy Fairweather-Low has no business telling Jimmy Page anything about playing a guitar.

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"The Republicans released their budget counter-proposal this week. It plans to address the deficit, global warming, 
  healthcare, energy, massive tax cuts for the rich. I'm not kidding. Also, there are no numbers in this budget. 
  It's a budget plan without math. You know, Obama should have saved that Special Olympics joke for these retards."
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