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Friday  April 10, 2009  Vol 2317 - Head over Boots

Quote of the Day

"The gun culture is hypersensitive.
  If someone sneezes in Washington, 
  we hear it and get nervous."
       --  an Oklahoma City gun-shop owner, 
            on why the perception that Obama
            is anti-gun has sent gun sales soaring,   Link

 Gee, I thought it was talk radio screaming,
"The homos are coming to rape your kids"
  that caused gun sales to soar.

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Why I Hate Obama 
Arrow Obama Mimics Bush HOT
Arrow Talk about September 11th HOT
Arrow Dr. Laura outdoes herself HOT
Arrow A Collective Sigh of Relief 
Arrow Why Rush is Wrong HOT
Arrow Fox News' militia media 
Arrow Jamie Lynn Sigler HOT



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"Could you help a brother out? No more national conventions with 36 people of color in the room."
     --  RNC Chairman Tom Michael Steele, urging Florida Republicans to send delegates 
          who "look like Florida" to Nazi-Con 2012    Link

 At every GOP convention, they fill the stage with Blacks and the whore networks cover for them.
 Since there are no nationally elected Blacks in the GOP (besides Sarah Palin, I mean) the whore networks
 should point out the charade - but they never do. They play along with the gag like they did Bush's "ranch."

 Every reporter who did their stand-up in front of a bale of hay in Crawford should be forced out of the news business.
 Isn't a reporter supposed to "report?"
 They're not supposed to ditto every lie the sons-of-butches feed the camera.

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Why I Hate Obama
 by Keith Olbermann


Last night, Keith Olbermann -- one of the most swooning and often-uncritical admirers of  Obama of anyone in the country 
 -- devoted the first two segments of his show to emphatically lambasting Obama and Eric Holder's DOJ for Obama's use of 
the radical Bush/Cheney state secrets doctrine and -- worse still -- a brand new claim of "sovereign immunity" to insist that 
courts lack the authority to decide whether the Bush administration broke the law in illegally spying on Americans.

The fact that Keith Olbermann, an intense Obama supporter, spent the first ten minutes of his show attacking Obama for replicating 
(and, in this instance, actually surpassing) some of the worst Bush/Cheney abuses of executive power and secrecy claims reflects 
just how extreme is the conduct of the Obama DOJ here.  Just as revealingly, the top recommended Kos diary today (voted by the 
compulsively pro-Obama Kos readership) is one devoted to attacking Obama for his embrace of Bush/Cheney secrecy doctrines. 
Also, a front page Daily Kos post yesterday by McJoan vehemently criticizing Obama (and quoting my criticisms at length) 
sparked near universal condemnation of Obama in the hundreds of comments that followed."

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 Subject: God's biggest problem

God's biggest problem is organized religion.

It has fucked up his(?) reputation big time.

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"After the recent recount activity in Minnesota -- where Franken increased his lead over 
  Sore Loser Coleman -- the question for many is no longer whether Coleman is going to lose; 
  rather, it’s when he’s going to lose.   From a P.R. standpoint, it wasn’t good news for Coleman 
  that the legal challenge he initiated ended up (so far) handing more votes to Franken." 
     --  First Read,    Link

        Sore loser Coleman

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Obama Mimics Bush On State Secrets


During the presidential campaign, Obama criticized Bush for being too quick to invoke the state secrets claim. But last Friday, 
his Justice Department filed a motion in a warrantless wiretapping lawsuit, brought by the digital-rights group EFF. And the 
Obama-ites took a page out of the Bush DOJ's playbook by demanding that the suit, Jewel v. NSA, be dismissed entirely 
under the state secrets privilege, arguing that allowing it go forward would jeopardize national security.

Coming on the heels of the two other recent cases in which the new administration has asserted the state secrets privilege, 
the motion sparked outrage among civil libertarians and many progressive commentators. Salon's Glenn Greenwald wrote 
that the move "demonstrates that the Obama DOJ plans to invoke the exact radical doctrines of executive secrecy which 
Bush used." MSNBC's Keith Olbermann called it "deja vu all over again". An online petition -- "Tell Obama: Stop blocking 
court review of illegal wiretapping" -- soon appeared.

I don't like this - but maybe they had no choice, politically.
The way I understand the "sweeping" part of this, Obama wants to tap just as many phones as Bush.
Because if he taps fewer phones, and we get hit by Bush's al-Qaeda friends, the GOP and talk radio 
and the Whore Times and the WaHoPo and the cable Nazis and everyone else in the Bush media 
will claim we got hit because the Democrats don't know how to fight terrorism.

Each time Obama does something I don't like, I say the same thing:  Since his press conferences 
aren't pre-screened charades that are pre-programmed, pre-staged and stunted - ASK him about it.

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Talk about September 11th


A substantial contributor sent me this link as proof of funny business on 9-11.
First, I hate these videos that waste time trying to be cute. 
If there's one subject that calls for a lack of cuteness, it should be 9-11.

Second, they love using "The Omen" music as tho the Devil himself was directing.
Why can't they just stick to the facts? 
Is the producer of the 10-mimute film trying to break into show business?

Third, have you ever seen a courtroom drama on TV where the prosecutor makes his case 
and it seems like the defendant is waaaaaay guilty, but then the defense lawyer stands up and 
explains why the prosecutors case isn't as strong as we once thought.  That's what I'd like 
to see on these 9-11 videos - give me both sides of the argument, if you don't mind

The video makes a big deal out of "Pat" the chopper flying around the WTC, but then
they tell you there were five choppers in the air, so not all choppers are "Pat."

They also waste time and that's crazy if you're seriously trying to make a case. At one point 
they take time to show us a really tall man watching the scene unfold.  Why bother with such crap?
Then they show a man who seems to be walking backwards. Weird, yes, but this is New York.
If the producer of the video wants to be taken seriously, why is he trying to be cute?

There are also the obligatory jumping to conclusions. They'll show the towers falling and they
assign a degree of angle to the building that seems to be illogical - how can you tell which is
building and which is smoke?  I sure can't, but if I really, really believed in this conspiracy
I'd probably accept their conclusions and adopt them as my own.

They also make a lot of hay about the chopper "disappearing" and then reappearng.
Gee, you think it might've disappeared because the cameraman zoomed out?

Finally, there's the theory of relativity.
If you're standing next to something that's moving away from you, the angle seems dramatic.
But if you're a mile away, the angle is barely noticeable.  This seems lost on the filmmakers.

There's a shot towards the end where they show the smoke from the towers.
From the Southwest, the smoke seems to be going straight up.
But from the Northeast, the smoke is blowing hard to the right.
That's the the theory of relativity.

If you're standing on second base, the base runner seems to be getting bigger.
But if you're standing on first base, the runner seems to be getting smaller.
Truth is, the runner is always the same size but appearances can be deceiving
There's no conspiracy there - it's just a matter of perspective, IMO.

Bottom line, these 9-11 videos try too hard.
They show something that looks normal and innocent (to me, anyway) but then they suddenly 
ask the viewer if he's still standing or did he faint after that latest blockbuster relevation.

Seems to me these videos would have a greater impact if they said, "This seems odd to me,"
but instead, they SCREAM, "There's the proof!!!" but if I can't see it, Joe Six-Pack can't see it.

I'm not saying the conspiracy guys are crazy - we know for sure Bush lied about what happened.
But that cuteness crap, the questionable conclusions and the goofy Omen music hurt their cause.

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 Subject: Somali pirates


Your instincts are good.

I read a story about how an American navy ship was in hot pursuit of some Somali pirates
but had to stop when they reached Somali international waters. WTF? Since when did we
recognize the borders of a country that doesn't even have a working government?

I also read that we do know where they hold this ships they seize, but because of internation
agreements the Navy can't just steam in and blast the fuck out of them. WTF again?
The very first action of the US Marines back in like 1801 was to go over to the Med
and kick pirate ass along the shores of Tripoli.

I think there's something way bigger going on here. I think these Somali pirates are providing a
valuable service to somebody too big to challenge. In the old days they had a different word for
such people - pirates working for the king. They called them privateers. Somebody is making a killing.
I suspect the Bush family. Didn't they start the family fortune with piracy?

I wonder who it could be?

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Audio:  Why I rape mules

"I rape mules - got any?"

Dr. Laura outdoes herself

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If any doubt remained regarding the extremism of Dr. Laura's views on motherhood, she dispelled it in Wednesday's
Whore Street Journal. Asked whether stay-at-home parenting is realistic for families shouldering economic hardships,
the harpy replied, "People of modest means have been able to handle what's going on far better than people who are
used to having a lot of stuff; it's the people who put their life's worth into products, and not people, that are probably
the most shell-shocked."

Uh, sure. But what about the moms who... oh, I don't know... can't afford to pay their rent and buy groceries?
Should they renounce their destructive materialism and hightail out of the workforce, too?

I've gotten mail from people who didn't stay at home with their kids, but are just now realizing how wonderful it can be.
A home should be more than just a place to park yourself after a frenzied day of too much work. So even though there's
less cash, people seem to be happier.

Maybe McSame should've run on that last year: "You're happier because you have less cash."

BTW, Google "Laura naked"
Her spread-leg pics are now so famous you don't even need her last name.

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A Collective Sigh of Relief 
 The world feels better after Obama's trip
 by my good friend Alan Bisbort


Srely even Bush can see how the rest of the world is going ga-ga over his successor, a truly presidential man who possesses 
all the gifts he so patently lacks: he's articulate, respectful, conciliatory, mature and calm. And, to rub salt in his psychic wounds, 
the praise being heaped upon Obama comes with a jab at Bush.  Take French President Sarkozy, who said, "It feels really good 
to be able to work with a U.S. president who wants to change the world and who understands that the world does not boil down 
to simply American frontiers and borders. And that is a hell of a good piece of news for 2009."

Obama's approach should warm the hearts of conservatives, though they'll never admit it.  For example, at a joint appearance with 
German Chancellor Merkel, a German reporter asked Obama about his "grand designs" for NATO. "I don't come bearing grand designs," 
Obama said. "I'm here to listen, to share ideas and to jointly, as one of many NATO allies, help shape our vision for the future."

It hadn't dawned on me, until this trip, how relieved the rest of the world is that George W. is safely inside his mansion. Perhaps because 
Bush was so widely despised in the U.S. we forget how wide was the enmity felt toward him elsewhere. Not only did he act like he could 
dictate policy to other nations, he projected the arrogance of a man who has never known a moment of humility or doubt. Like all narcissists, 
Bush was never wrong; he could only be wronged

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 Subject: Obama has not attended church services since he took office

 Oh so he really is Reaganesque…

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"I think Republicans might be confusing 'tyranny' with 'losing'. You see, when the guy 
  you disagree with gets elected, he's probably going to do things you disagree with....
  That's not tyranny, that's democracy."
     --  Jon Stewart, trying to reason with a rabid dog,   Link

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 Subject: Savage vs. Beck

 So Michael Savage thinks Glen Beck is about to crack?
 Isn't that a bit like one crackpot claiming another crackpot is about to... crack?
   Ken C.

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 Subject: 2009 World Series of Poker

I got hired as a dealer for the WSOP this year, they are having a 1,000 dollar buy in event, that's cheaper then normal.
It's being called the "Stimulus Special" Sat. May 30th.   The rest of the schedule can be found at Worldseriesofpoker.com

If the money for the Bartcop WSOP dream slows down you should offer folks half their donation as action,
somebody gives you 100 dollars, give them 5% of any winnings you make, etc. etc.
--Mike the Dealer.

 Mike, that's a great idea - let's do that (or I may never get to $1000 :)
 Each $100 donated gets you 5% of my winnings.
 AND, for $300, I'll wear your logo on my cap at the final table

Note: One could donate a smaller amount and help a lot. Until this year, the buy-in for 
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"I cannot believe what I heard today... President Obama is disarming America. 
  Never before has a president so ravaged the military at a time of war." 
      -- James Mountain Inhofe (R-Pissquik) always fake-enraged about something,  Link

 "I'm a racist, lying lunatic oilman..."

  Pure horseshit from the Worst Senator Ever.

  The military Bush inherited from Clinton was spectacular.
  The military Obama inherited from Bush was broken and suffering from Traumatic Brain Injury
  so Inhofe blames Obama and the Democrats for the condition of our fighting troops?

  Hey Jimmy, why didn't you complain bout this a year ago?. 

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 Subject: Perfect English

 Bart, you wrote:

> You are all wrong.
> It's tough being right when everybody else is wrong.
> This is about math, and one can't be several.

Bart, you are correct!
And if the other readers were Einstein, he would all agree!

Grammar is ONE element of the English language...LOGIC is another!!
Or else this would be good English: "We must put food on our families!"
 Chris in Santa Rosa

 ...ain't nothin' to it.

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Why Rush is Wrong
The party of Buckley and Reagan is now bereft and 
dominated by the politics of Limbaugh. A conservative's lament.
 by David Frum


On the one side, the president of the United States: soft-spoken and conciliatory, never angry, always invoking the recession 
and its victims. This president invokes the language of "responsibility," and in his own life seems to epitomize that ideal: He is 
physically honed and disciplined, his worst vice an occasional cigarette. He is at the same time an apparently devoted husband 
and father. Unsurprisingly, women voters trust and admire him.

And for the leader of the Republicans? A man who is aggressive and bombastic, cutting and sarcastic, who dismisses the 
concerned citizens in network news focus groups as "losers." With his private plane and his cigars, his history of drug dependency 
and his personal bulk, not to mention his tangled marital history, Rush is a walking stereotype of self-indulgence—exactly the image 
that Barack Obama most wants to affix to our philosophy and our party. And we're cooperating! Those images of crowds of 
CPACers cheering Rush's every rancorous word—we'll be seeing them rebroadcast for a long time.

Rush knows what he is doing. The worse conservatives do, the more important Rush becomes as leader of the ardent remnant. 
The better conservatives succeed, the more we become a broad national governing coalition, the more Rush will be sidelined.

But do the rest of us understand what we are doing to ourselves by accepting this leadership? 
Rush is to the modern GOP what Jesse Jackson was to the Democratic party in the 1980s.

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"There's a storm gathering. The clouds are dark, and the winds are strong, and I am afraid. 
  Some who advocate for same-sex marriage have taken the issue far beyond same-sex couples. 
  They want to bring the issue in to my life. My freedom will be taken away."
     --  text from an ad by the National Organization of Handjobs who fear Obama's plans
          to force the homosexual lifestyle on all Americans is going a bit too far,      Link

 I ask these questions every year or so:

 What if we outlawed abortion with the death penalty for anyone who gets or provides one?
 What if we forced all gay people into ovens and killed them off, one by one?
 What if we made every citizen a mandatory Christian in the Pat Robertson mold?
 What if we forced every family to have an AK-47 for every member of the house?
 What if we put Reagan's face on every coin and every bill?

 What would the sons-of-bitches complain about then?

 They live to complain.
 Hate is the glue tahts keeps them together.
 They live to hate minorities - that's all they've got.
 Koresh forbid, if they ever got what they ask for, what then?

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 Subject: The Prince Phillip Thing

Dear Bart,

As an American who has lived in England for over 20 years, I would like to assure you, and America, 
that the wonderful British Public see Phillip as a compete and utter cheap Nazi joke. He is not taken 
seriously at all by anyone except for the hard-core skinheads and, unfortunately, his wife, the head of State.

Phillip saying such stupid f-ing things that embarasses the entire nation is considered the one good thing 
about the Royal Family, if any of the circles that I have been around can be considered.

Take care and keep swinging that hammer,

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Glenn Beck and Fox News' militia media


What Fox News is now programming on a daily (unhinged) basis is unprecedented in the history of American television, 
especially in the form of Glenn Beck's program. Night after night, week after week, Beck rails against the president while 
denouncing him or his actions, alternately, as Marxist, socialist, or fascist. He felt entirely comfortable pondering whether 
the federal government, under the auspices of FEMA, was building concentration camps to round up Americans in order 
to institute totalitarian rule. (It wasn't until this week that Beck was finally able to "debunk" the FEMA conspiracy theory.) 
And that's when Beck wasn't gaming out bloody scenarios for the coming civil war against Obama-led tyranny. In just a 
few shorts months, Beck raced to the head of Fox News' militia media movement.

Just prior to the Pittsburgh massacre, Beck's often bizarre on-air performances, in which his rants against Obama's dark forces 
were mixed in with his tearful proclamations of love of country, had turned him into a highly rated laughingstock. "That is a shaky cat," 
former comedian Dennis Miller recently giggled while describing Beck.   MSNBC's Joe Scarborough broke into hysterics 
after a montage of Beck's most weepy moments. And TV satirists have had a field day at the Fox News host's expense. 
(Stephen Colbert: "Crank up the crazy and rip off the knob!")

But I'm not sure people should be laughing.

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"Liberal hosts like to snap and snip and chortle snidely, but they are weighed down by a complacent 
superiority complex, a paralyzing sanctimony. They mistake irony for wit. The conservative hosts love 
to rant and stomp and bring down the house. They're doing breakneck vaudeville while liberal hosts 
are primly stirring their non-caffeine green tea."
     --  Camille Paglia, trying to make a point, I suppose...  Link

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 Subject:  Perfect English


"If I were they ..." is actually correct English, though the reason for it has not been explained properly.
It has nothing to do with a singular/plural distinction and the subjunctive is a verb mood and doesn't apply
to the pronouns in this phrase.  In English, nouns and pronouns change based on their position in a sentence,
these are called 'cases' (subjective, objective, possessive).  We don't see as much difference in cases as
other languages, like German, Latin and Russian.  But the place we do see the biggest difference is pronouns
(I, me, my), but even in pronouns 'you' is the same for both the subjective and objective case, singular or plural.

Well, everybody knows that...

The confusion arises out of the fact that most English sentences are Subject -- Verb -- Object (e.g. I saw them).
The catch in our sentence is the use of the verb 'to be' ('were') which is acting as a linking verb linking the subject
(I) with a subject complement (they). The form for this is Subject -- Linking Verb -- Subject Complement.

In this type of sentence, the subject and subject complement should agree in case.  So, it is technically correct to say
"If I were they ..." as both 'I' and 'they' are subject pronouns, 'them' is an object pronoun.  The subjunctive has nothing
to do with this. A similar non subjunctive example would be the declaration of "I was he"; instead of the incorrect "I was him."

We're talking about math.
"I was he" and "I was him" are both singular.
"I were they" is what I'm complaining about.

Granted the correct versions sound dated, stilted, pedantic and wrong ... but they are nevertheless correct.
 RJ Heaney, nomadic pillar
 San Francisco

Pillar, please.

This is as simple as "He walked into the room and they spoke to me."
It just doesn't work - I don't care what the Queen says.

If there's some technical reason why everyone but me is correct
I won't charge the English majors for recovering their clumsy fumble.

Granted, language changes, but if there ever was a time when "I were they" was good grammer,
that crap needs to be deep-sixed with a footnote that  bartcop.com  fixed things. 

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 Subject: The Cat Whisperer

Our family has had a cat in the house for over 40 years.  Not the same cat, of course, but a noble line of critters to be sure. 
They have kept us free of rodents and provided warmth, love and protection from vermin.

Our verterinarian told us what the washing and bringing of fuzzy toys is all about.  You are the ALPHA male, and your cat 
will bring you his kill.  He makes a lot of noise over it because he is proud of his achievement and wants you to respect and 
reward him.  He probably washes his kill because cats are fastidiously clean creatures.  It's a sign of respect.  Two of our cats 
wrapped mice up in rugs, towels, or whatever was available and gave them to us as presents.

To understand cats you need to realize that they are predators.  They are expert killers.  It's what they do.  They have a 
strong sense of social hierarchy and they apply that to humans as well as to other animals.  Because they are territorial 
they are careful to keep things clean, which reduces their scent, so washing the kill fits right in with their instinct.

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Hey Bro, I was all ready to kick a 100 bucks into your tin cup so you could go play poker.
Or maybe buy some gas for your 2 rice burners.  But then I saw your sick little Detroit “cupholder” cartoon 
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I lost another $100 because of that stupid "If I were they" crap, too.
Hell, I probably lost another $100 because of Jeff Beck.

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