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 Friday  May 1, 2009 Vol 2326 - Swine Flew 

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Quote of the Day

"I mean how can the guy face 
  Ahmadinejad but he can't face Fox?"
      -- Glenn Beck, pissed that Obama didn't take questions
          from the whore network that calls him a Muslim,  Link

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In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Obama in Black and White 
Arrow Combating Epidemic Ignorance HOT
Arrow An unavoidable fight HOT
Arrow The Irony of Satire HOT
Arrow Pro-choice Rethugs Leave? 
Arrow Sleazy Rice Pulls a Nixon HOT
Arrow Forked Tongue Proud to Testify 
Arrow Hargitay parties with Big Dog 



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"The typical president, I think, has two or three big problems. 
  We've got seven or eight big problems." 
     --  Obama, trying to deal with the mess the Bush bastards left,   Link

 "Heh heh - Like I give a fuck..."

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Obama in Black and White


On his 100th day in office, Barack Obama enjoys high job approval ratings, no matter what poll you consult. But if a new survey 
is accurate, the president and some of his policies are significantly less popular with white Americans than with black Americans, 
and his sky-high ratings among African-Americans make some of his positions appear a bit more popular overall than they actually are.

Asked whether their opinion of the president is favorable or unfavorable, 49 percent of whites say favorable. Among blacks the number 
is 80 percent. Twenty-one percent of whites say their view is unfavorable, while Blacks with unfavorable opinions of Obama is too small to measure.

Those opinion differences are clear in the traditional "right track-wrong track" question, a key indicator of the public's mood. 
Thirty-four percent of whites say the country is headed in the right direction, while 56 percent believe it is "seriously off track." 
For black Americans, 70 percent say the country is headed in the right direction, with just 23 percent saying it is off track. 
(According to the U.S. Census, blacks make up about 13 percent of the population, while whites make up about 80 percent. 
The Times poll divided respondents into black and white, with no other groups reported.)

On the economy, 55 percent of whites approve.  Among blacks, the number is 91 percent. 
Thirty-six percent of whites disapprove of Obama's economic performance, while just two percent of blacks disapprove.

How can we believe those numbers?
Since 80% of America is white, how can Obama not be popular with them and still win the election?

Maybe the answer is in the poll taker - the New York Whore Times.
They might've faked the whole thing - why?
Because they are whores.

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 Subject: Shepard Smith uproar


Welcome back.

I thought it was weird that you printed nine rebuttals with no explanation, much less a mea culpa
It's just too subtle. 

Did you mean "my bad" or "sorry, but Shep's still R-tool" or "this is Fox pretending to be independent" or what? 
Since when do you hold back? Not to nitpick, just a rare moment of non-crystal clarity in your writing. 
(I wanted to say in your non-writing but that would just be being a dick.)
 Wes in Baltimore

I was just making the point that, after 10 years on live TV, Shep still can't control his mouth.
I never considered the possibility that he might actually say something honest or intelligent.

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Mike Malloy Live

Combating Epidemic Ignorance
 by Joe Conason


In the turbulent imagination of the hard-core conservative, American foreign policy should be about telling off the rest of the planet. 
According to the right-wing mind-set, a manly foreign policy would curtail any effort at seeking influence abroad, cut off assistance 
to developing countries, forget about improving our global image and, above all, withdraw from the existing international organizations, 
especially the United Nations, which is nothing more than a gargantuan waste of money and a hive of parasitic bureaucrats. Only if we 
brusquely and even violently dismiss the obnoxious foreigners who annoy us can we vindicate our political and moral superiority.

Then there is the real world, where we regularly encounter threats like swine flu - and where we must depend on the other people
who live in this world to help protect our nation and our families. Certainly that is the outlook of America’s new presidency, 
confirmed with profound urgency after 100 days by the sudden prospect of pandemic disease.

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"The questions put to Barack Obama at his news conference last night covered nearly every topic 
  but the Craigslist Killer, and if that had come up, Obama probably would have answered it in stride. 
  You ask, he'll answer -- earnestly, disarmingly, enchantingly, even -- and most of the time convincingly, 
  which is no small accomplishment for a politician."
     -- Tom Shales, TV critic for the WaHoPo,   Link

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"This notion that because we're conservatives, our doors are closed and we only take 
  certain types of people is just crazy. This is not -- never been the nature of this party." 
    --  Michael Tom Steele, trying to explain the all-white GOP,   Link

 I'm confused about something:
The GOP claims they don't hate Blacks, but they don't have any Blacks in their party.
However, they openly admit they hate those terrible gay sinners, but Larry Craig got caught 
trying to get a strange man's penis in his mouth - and he's still in the senate?

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An unavoidable fight
 by Gene Lyons


Perennially wrong but never in doubt, Cheney and his circle first pooh-poohed the al-Qa'ida terrorist threat, then panicked after 9/11, 
quickly magnifying a band of stateless fanatics with an appetite for mass murder into yet another existential threat to the nation's survival. 
They argued that the real threat to America wasn't Osama bin Laden, but Saddam Hussein, calling on the CIA to produce ironclad evidence 
that the attacks on New York and Washington were masterminded in Baghdad. Analysts who claimed that Iraq and al-Qa'ida were mortal 
enemies reportedly were met with derision, bullying and threats.

According to Mayer's brilliantly reported book, Cheney and his staffers, particularly one David Addington, described by many as 
"Cheney's Cheney," badgered the CIA to endorse two fixed ideas: that Saddam possessed nuclear weapons and meant to use them 
on behalf of bin Laden. The inconvenient fact that little or no evidence existed only caused them to redouble their efforts.
This increasingly appears to have been the cause of the United States' sickening descent into torture.

Experienced Federal Bureau of Investigation interrogators who'd extracted crucial evidence from captured al-Qa'ida functionary 
Abu Zubaydah, including the identity of 9/11 mastermind Khalid Shaikh Mohammed, were unable to confirm Cheney's obsessions.

The result, beginning in August 2002, was Justice Department memos dismissing as "quaint" the Geneva Conventions, and authorizing 
waterboarding, sleep deprivation and beatings falling short of "organ failure and death" specifically against Zubaydah.

It's the timeline that's significant. All this took place precisely as the Bush White House began its 2002 pre-election propaganda campaign 
urging war with Iraq: "mushroom clouds," yellowcake uranium, etc. Was it truth or useful fiction that Cheney's thugs were after? 
Authoritarian regimes have always used torture to secure false confessions. 

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 Subject: Franken vs. Coleman


How can it take a longer period of time to recount votes for a senate seat 
than it took to recount votes for the presidency in 2000?

Dino, I believe your memory has a glitch.

As a favor to Cheney, that whore Scalia ordered the vote counting to stop.
He said "Counting the votes could cause irreparable harm to petitioner Bush."

Scalia was right - counting those votes would do Bush no good at all.
That's why the Supreme Court butted in and took our vote away.

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What's keeping every gay couple in America from getting married?
I think there are four states now where it's legal - so what's holding them back?

If *I* was gay, I'd fly to Iowa or VT or whatever and get married to-f-ing-day,
but (wild guess) 95% of gay Americans aren't doing that - and I wonder why.

Can't be a money issue - 95% of gays aren't poor.

This is not an attack, it's a question.

I like Brad Pitt, no reason I wouldn't...
But didn't he say he wouldn't marry Angie until gays could legally marry?

Seriously - did anybody buy that?

If people put off doing what they wanted until a majority of people
came to their senses, nobody would ever do anything.

But somehow, Angie seems to have bought that.

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 Subject: Rumsfeld and tamiflu

hey Bart,

I heard someone mention that Rumsfeld owns alot of tamiflu stock. 
I checked it out on Snopes and it seems to be true: 


That could explain alot.

The Bush bastards make their money from Americam misery.
Wars, invasions, torture, hostages, weapon sales, pandemics, etc.

When a Republican is president, bet on America to fail
because they can't make any money when America is safe and at peace.

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Get knocked out at the Political "Punch"



"No matter who wins the race, there's always going to be a cloud hanging over them -- did they really 
get more votes than the other guy. That's a reality. And there's nothing you can do to change that." 
      -- Norm Coleman, very, very concerned about Al Franken's image after he takes office,    Link

"Where were you in 2000, Norm, when we really needed you?" 
     -- Eric Kleefeld, proving that Coleman is a liar,   Link

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The Irony of Satire


This study investigated biased message processing of political satire in The Colbert Report and perceptions of Stephen Colbert. 
We found that individual-level political ideology significantly predicted perceptions of Colbert's political ideology. Additionally, 
there was no significant difference between the groups in thinking Colbert was funny, but conservatives were more likely to think
that Colbert only pretends to be joking and genuinely meant what he said while liberals were more likely to report that 
Colbert used satire and was not serious when offering political statements. Conservatives think Colbert dislikes liberalism. 

This is why the Bush White House asked Colbert to roast Der Fuhrer - they thought he was serious.

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 Subject: Franken v Coleman

Bart, the Minnesota Supreme Court has given Coleman until June 1st to prepare his oral arguments regarding the election recount.
Oral arguments to be held June 1st.  Only a month and half longer with only one Senator!

That rotten turdburglar.
Minneapolis Matt
Prometheus Found

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Pro-choice Rethugs: We'll leave, too!
 That would drop the Fascist Dogs to about 12%


Shortly after Specter's announcement, a colleague e-mailed around a press release from the Republican Majority for Choice. 
She asked, "Am I crazy, or are they threatening to defect along with Specter?" The consensus here was that the group's statement 
does read as an ultimatum to scrap the conservative social agenda, or else. For me, it brought on a daydream about the GOP 
resorting to using reproductive choice as a party-saving bargaining chip. But, as always, you can judge for yourselves:

Specter is joining the more than 240,000 former Pennsylvania Republican voters who are a microcosm of voters nationally 
who switched last year to the Democratic Party. The vast majority of these voters were pro-choice, fiscal conservatives who 
believed that the Party had become too monolithic and extreme in their agenda.

If anyone in the GOP is celebrating this day, they are completely misguided. If the Party continues to be so inhospitable to 
anyone who does not adhere completely to their strict dogma, then they better get used to being in the minority. 
Without mainstream candidates the GOP will have no ability to compete in huge pockets of the country.

The craziest part is the GOP claims to be the party of less government.
Yet they want to gag your doctor and tie his hands.

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"The only people who are reliably missing how marginal the Republican party has become are the top whores
  of the mainstream media. They report on John Boehner and McCain, Newt Gingrich and Palin, Grover Norquist 
  and Michele Bachmann, as if they matter and make sense to most Americans. When will media elites turn to the 
  real story: The GOP is committing slow suicide, because it consciously chose a path of elitism and exclusivity, 
  while the Democrats fought a brutal battle, but came back together around the values of inclusion and equity 
  that the political success of Barack Obama and Hillary and Michelle – represent."
        -- Joan Walsh,  Link

 I'm thinking about selling t-shirts that say,
 "You can't trust the media whores."

 Think anyone would buy/wear one of those?

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 Subject: torture 

Hey Bart,

I am not a psychiatrist but I think the Bush/Cheney (maybe) Rummy eagerness to torture 
is simply because they don’t have sons!  Thus to prove their manhood they over compensate by torturing.

I wish some real psychiatrist would explore this.
 Jack in Jacksonville, Alabamastanello,

I think it's sexual.
A NeoCons need torture screams to get his penis hard.

You know they videotaped everything and Bush & Cheney
kept the best 100 or so tapes so they can get the occasional sexual release 

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Sleazy Rice Pulls a Nixon
 If the President Orders Torture, It Must be Legal


Student Q: Is waterboarding torture?

Condi: The president instructed us that nothing we would do would be outside of our obligations, legal obligations 
under the Convention Against Torture. So that's -- And by the way, I didn't authorize anything. I conveyed the authorization 
of the administration to the agency, that they had policy authorization, subject to the Justice Department's clearance. That's what I did.

Student Q: Okay. Is waterboarding torture in your opinion?

Condi: I just said, the United States was told, we were told, nothing that violates our obligations under the Convention Against Torture. 
And so by definition, if it was authorized by the president, it did not violate our obligations under the Convention Against Torture.

So Condi, if Bush and Cheney raped you and said it wasn't rape, would you agree?
If all the man has to do is deny the facts, how can we be a nation of laws?

Remember when Clinton had a girlfriend?
Back then, you Rethugs said laws were serious things that had to be followed.
But when it's kidnapping, rape, torture and murder, laws don't really matter?

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 Subject: re: listing the facts

Yes extraordinary rendition was authorized by Clinton.
Not for taking people to be tortured but to bring them to the US or Egypt for prosecution.
Before Carson gets too full of himself, Reagan did that to bring the Achille Lauro pirates/hijackers to trial.

I have no problem with Reagan bringing the Achille Lauro pirates/hijackers to trial, assuming they knew who was guilty.

You could argue Clinton’s administration might not be clean but by his executive orders, any terrorist seized in 
extraordinary rendition could not be sent anywhere that did not torture.  Richard Clarke and Al Gore were involved. 
But the questionable cases were taken Egyptian Terrorists to Egypt.

Extraordinary rendition for torture was definitely a Bush II occurrence.   His administration created the idea.

Name anyone who was seized in that manner and was tortured and you see it as a Bush policy and no one else’s.

Jamil Gasim Saeed Mohammed 2001
Mamdouh Habib 2001
Ibn al-Shaykh al-Libi  2002
Muhammad Bashmila 2003
Khalid El-Masri  2003 (it was the wrong Khalid El-Masri)
Abu Omar 2003
Majid Mahmud Abdu Ahmad 2005
Maher Arar 2005

The list goes on and on…
 zen ferret

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Did Reagan knowingly sell weapons to terrorists?
Or was he an old, doddering dupe who had
no idea what his crooked VP was doing?

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Arlen Specter is a liar and a whore.
Two weeks ago he defended Der Pigboy
and now he's leaving because his party is too extreme?

Arlen, why did you defend the worst of the worst?

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"Coming soon to a battleground state near you: a new effort to revive the image of the Republican Party 
and to counter Obama's characterization of Republicans as "the party of 'no.'"  There's a new initiative, 
called the National Handjobs for a New America. It will involve an outreach by a mix of GOP officials, 
ranging from McCain to Jeb Bush.   Others involved in the new group's "National Panel Of Experts" 
will include Haley Barbour, Bahbi Jindal and Mitt Romney." 
    -- CNN's John King, pretending he knows something about something,    Link

 Yeah, right.
 McCain and Jeb and that sack of has-beens is really going to shake things up..

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Forked Tongue 'Proud to Testify'


Former Bush liar Ari Fleischer argued forcefully against launching an in-depth investigation of Bush's torture program. 
However, he said that if it does happen, he's ready for them to bring it on:

He argued that nobody is up to the task, and that any investigation would "lead to acrimony and blame-gaming" and 
"devolve into the worst type of partisanship." While noting that “no one likes to get a subpoena,” Fleischer said, 
“I’ll be proud to testify if I get a subpoena. I’m proud of what we did to protect this country."   Those wanting to see 
Forked Tongue - or at least some of his former colleagues - on the witness stand include Piggy Noonan, who called for 
a 9/11 Commission-style handjob investigation. 

Today, Sen. Robert Byrd (D-WV) also demanded an investigation into Bush's torture program. 
"To continue to ignore the mounting evidence of clear wrongdoing is a national humiliation," writes Byrd.

Funny how Fleischer is the ONLY ONE willing to testify - all the others have ignored their subpoenas.
Of course, you can only ignore a subpeona when it's handed to you by a pissy-pussy like Pat Leahy.

"What can I rubberstamp for you, today, Mr Bush?"

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 Subject: Arlen Specter joins the Democrats

Many Republicans are upset that Arlen Specter left the Republican Party, but there isn't really a Republican party to leave. 
The party of Ronald Reagan no longer exists. It is now the party of Bush, Cheney, Palin, Limbaugh, deficits, big government, 
wire taping, unnecessary wars, borrow and spend, Wall Street bailouts, Bank Bailouts, and torture. The party no longer stands 
for anything, has no vision, and the only thing left is the name and the logo. Now the Democrats are stuck cleaning up the 
Republican's mess and Arlen Spector has decided to become part of the solution rather than part of the problem. 
I say, welcome aboard, and welcome to the real world.

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