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 Wed-Sunday  May 27-31, 2009  Vol 2341 - The Cleveland Steamer 
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Quote of the Day

"That's the test, will they be an activist or not? 
  And I would hope that there wouldn't be any 
  circumstances that would be so extreme with 
  any of the president's nominees that I might 
  feel the need to filibuster..." 
     -- Ben Nelson (D-Traitor) so f-ing eager for 
         any excuse to stab Obama in the back    Link
 

  Like I've been saying, 80 Demo senators 
  wouldn't really make a difference because 
 40 of them would still stab Obama in the back

  Has a Rethug ever stabbed their president in the back?
  No, that's a Democratic exclusive.
  How did I get in a party of traitors and weasels?.
 
 

 

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow The Politics Of Sotomayor 
Arrow The Weak & the Wussy HOT
Arrow Why Reid  Obama HOT
Arrow Vet's Memorial Day Letter HOT
Arrow Those Palin Family Values 
Arrow Ben Nelson: Bigger Prick HOT
Arrow Druggies & Mexican Cartels 
Arrow Alessandra Ambrosio Lingerie 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 












 



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Quotes

"The appointment of Maria Sotomayor is the clearest indication yet that Obama's promise to be a centrist 
and think in a bipartisan way were mere rhetoric. Sotomayor comes from the far left and will likely leave us 
with something akin to the "Extreme Court" that could mark a major shift.  If she is confirmed, then we need 
to take the blindfold off Lady Justice." 
    -- that asshole Huckabee, Link
 

 I love it!

 I want the GOP screaming and kicking over this nomination.
 I want their top 2012 prospects leading the charge to destroy this Hispanic lady judge.
 I want them hysterical and blue in the face from anger.

 Since I never heard of her, I was afraid she might be a centrist, 
 but as long as the right-wing bastards are screaming, I'm happy.
 

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The Politics Of Naming Sotomayor

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 Excerpt:
This is a shrewd nomination politically, and not only because of the obvious payoff with Hispanic voters. 
The choice of Sotomayor also puts Republicans and moderate Democrats who may be deeply unhappy 
with her jurisprudence in a lose-lose position, and Obama in a win-win position.

If Republicans attack Judge Sotomayor's more controversial actions, they risk provoking a backlash among 
Hispanic voters, who have already been moving into the Democratic column in droves. On the other hand, 
if Republicans hold their fire to avoid offending Hispanic voters, the president gets the benefit of installing a 
justice who seems deep into Democratic identity politics without the cost of a contentious confirmation battle.

The Republican dilemma is underscored by the fact that the Sotomayor actions they might be eager to attack 
are themselves especially likely to engage the sympathies of Hispanic voters. In a 2001 speech, Sotomayor 
suggested that "a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not 
reach a better conclusion [as a judge] than a white male who hasn't lived that life."

This will strike many Republicans as the essence of the ethnic and gender stereotyping that liberals once 
properly abhorred. But with Republicans already in danger of being seen as the white-male party, 
rushing to the defense of white males may not be a winning argument politically.
 

But why should we assume an old white guy would make better decisions than a Hispanic lady?
Someone familiar with discrimination mihgt make wiser decisons than someone who isn't.

I get the human nature thing - that's it's easier to identify with "someone like us,"
but America is changing and we don't have to be afraid of that change.
 

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Quotes

"The nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor is troubling. Her public statements make it clear she has an 
expansive view of the role of the judiciary. Historically, the Court is where judges interpret the Constitution 
and apply the law. It should never be the place "where policy is made," as Judge Sotomayor has said. 
Like any nominee, she deserves a fair and thorough hearing. What the American public deserves is a judge 
who will put the law above her own personal political philosophy."
     -- that shit Ronmey, Link
 

 Squeal, Mitt, squeal!!!

 Actually, he doesn't seem very upset.
 I guess he's not running in 2012...
 

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Land of the Weak and the Wussy
 America is proud of our killing toys 

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 Excerpt:
There may have been a time when America was a land of at least some brave people. although arguably a nation that celebrates 
a history that features lots of people with modern guns and cannons conquering and destroying another people who were living in 
the stone age and fighting back with bows and arrows, and that built its economy on the backs of men and women held in chains 
certainly has a tough case to make. What is clear though is that there is nothing brave about modern-day America.

Whatever we were, we have degenerated into a nation that finds glory in deploying the most advanced high-tech, high-explosive 
weaponry against some of the world's poorest people, that justifies killing women and children, even by the dozens, even if by 
doing so it manages to kill one alleged "enemy" fighter. A nation that exalts remote-controlled robot drone aircraft that can attack 
targets in order to avoid risking soldiers' lives, even though by doing so, it is predictable that many, many innocent people will be killed.

A nation that is proud to have developed weapons of mass slaughter, from shells laden with phosphorus that burns to death, 
indiscriminately, those who are contacted by the splattered chemical to elaborately baroque anti-personnel fragmentation bombs 
that spread cute little colored objects designed to look like everything from toys to food packages, but which upon contact explode, 
releasing whirling metal or plastic fleschettes which shred human flesh on contact.
 

I need a bucket so I can throw up.
 

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 Subject: 'Merican cars

Hubby and I have been buying Fords for years and have never had a single problem with any of them. 
My daughter's friend's all tell her how horrible they've heard the Ford Focus is, but we've got three of them 
(2003, 2005 & 2007) and never so much as a paint peel. Just the usual breaks, oil changes and other fluids. 
I think we've only replaced a fuel filter on the 2003.  Hubby's 2005 is a 5-speed manual that has 130,000 
highway miles on it, and is running perfectly. 

On the other hand, we won't talk about the Saturn we bought that required a new engine after 45,000 miles..... 
Since Saturn is closing in 2012, we won't have to worry about ever buying a Saturn again (and wouldn't to begin with
- someone told us how great they were - we should have stuck with our Fords - the Saturn debacle which was 
supposed to be a $13000 car ended up costing us $22,000 with the new engine and other parts - once the engine went, 
the O2 sensors failed - first the front one, then the back, then the alternator died and after that the check engine light 
never went out - when we hit the $22,000 mark we just traded it in because we'd had enough. It was either that 
or drive it into a tree).
 Dee from NJ
 

Dee, can I put you in touch with Danny Detroit?
I'm sure he'd enjoy talking to the other person who likes 'Merican cars  :)
 

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Why Reid  Obama on Gitmo

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 Excerpt:
Adam Nagourney reports on the thinking of Harry Reid, suggesting that Reid dramatically broke with Obama’s 
Gitmo policy because he’s worried that Republicans trying to snatch his Senate seat next year will paint him as too liberal:

With an eye back home, Mr. Reid has taken increasing care not to be identified with liberals in his party. Republicans say 
that whomever they run against him, they'll link him with Nancy Pelosi just to make him look bad.
Reid lead his caucus against providing the money that Obama sought to close the torture center.

Reid’s mantra that “we will never allow terrorists to be released in the United States,” seems to be exactly the calculation 
Reid has made. It would be really interesting to see Nevada residents feel about him stabbing Obama in the back.

Republicans don’t even have a candidate to run against him yet, but they’ve already gotten Reid to adopt a defensive crouch. 
 

That's Harry Reid, surrendering even before the fight breaks out.
 


 

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Quotes

"Why can’t Obama give Bush credit for keeping us safe for seven years?  It would buy him 
a lot of credit or a lot of good will on the other side of the aisle and with centrist Democrats
if he gave this -- he gave the Bush administration some credit."
    -- Nina Easton, on Fox Whore News,   Link
 

Nina, we'll give Bush credit for keeping us safe in the last seven years (forget about Katrina) 
IF you and your entire FoxNews bobblehead crew admit that they quite stubbornly and fatally 
did NOT keep us safe for that first year despite warnings that Bin Laden was determined 
to strike and that we lost 3,100 Americans because of that blindness. Deal?" 
    -- Nicole Belle,      Link
 

 Damn, I like this Nicole Belle.  Who is she?
 And where did she learn to fight Fascist dogs so well?
 

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Subject: Monkey Mail: A non lefty characterizes a lefty approach to judge evaluation

To get the monkey mail stuff out of the way: im a neokkkon fascist torture fag-bashing darkie-hating warmongering thug 
and you're a commie pinko leninist gungrabbing america hater. Now onto legitimate stuff.

For the record, I own 3 Glocks, a S&W 357, a Colt 38 Det Special and a derringer for poker games :)

Sotomayor has the chops to be a USSC judge. She's done federal trial level stuff and sat on a major circuit, 
so she knows the issues and has handled appellate level cases. Her comment though, boiled down to hispanic females 
are better judges than white males, baffles me. I'm a lawyer and I try to draw analogies that help me figure things out. 
I used baseball as an analogy and I think it has helped me see things from the left's perspective. Feel free to critique me 
since thats what your website is about.

There are two types of judges: trial and appellate. I compare them to umpires in baseball. 
A trial judge is like a second base umpire. They call tags at second base based on what they see. 
Making a split second decision whether a runner is safe or out. There are no hard rules that can be objectively applied, 
and sometimes they are wrong. (lets ignore the fact that trial judges can be appealed for the time being)

Appellate judges are like the home plate umpire calling balls and strikes. There is a set strikezone. Its determined by the 
constitution first and statutes second and stare decisis. From my perspectives, the strike zone is the strike zone and there's 
strikes and balls and that's it. From the perspective of the left, race and gender widen or narrow the strike zone to favor 
the batter or pitcher. This widening and narrowing can be dependent upon the identity of the litigants/batter/pitcher. 
So Sotomayor's strike zone is determined in part by her ethnic and gender identity and another part by the parties involved.

To me that doesn't seem to be the function of a umpire or appellate judge. 
But in interpreting Judge Sotomayor's comment, I draw this analogy. Where am I wrong?
 Chris in Florida
 

I'm not sure you're wrong, but think how strange it would be to become super-famous overnight
and then have thousands of people researching every sentence that ever came out of your mouth.

Plus, if you know your baseball every umpire has a different strike zone. It's a pet peeve of mine 
when the slow motion replay shows the ball five inches outside the strike zone and the whore announcers say, 
"That was close."   No, it was NOT close, it was five inches outside the strike zone.

If Sotomayor has a wider strike zone, who cares?
The super-narrow strike zones of Scalia and Slappy Thomas more than make up for it.

BTW, you can disagree and not be a Monkey mailer.
But people who start off with, "You bed-wetting drunken commie loser..." are the Monkey mailers.

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A Vet's Memorial Day Letter

 Link

 Excerpt:
I just finished an article about "Rolling Thunder", a patriotic group of ex-vets who ride their motorcycles to Washington DC 
every year to honor the men who died in Vietnam. The article tells how the group "lost their way" in recent years and turned
into a pro-war group. The article repeats the myth that vets were spit when they got back from Nam. This is total CRAP! 
As a Vietnam veteran, I never had any such experience, nor did ANY veteran I've ever talked to. It's a lie, plain and simple.

Another myth is that all Vietnam vets are drugged out criminals who lost all sense of morality.
That's just more BS. We were not all criminals.

The same crap is being spread about Arabic people today. Why? Because, like the "deranged Vietnam vet" of the 70's 
they're an easy target to blame and abuse. It's just another way of reinforcing stereotypes and building support for the war.

We don't see that every person we kill in a foreign country creates more radicals who hate us. 
It's like Vietnam all over again, only worse. America is just too bloody stupid to figure it out. 
 

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Ben Nelson: Bigger Prick Than Ever

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 Excerpt:
Obama is having some issues with the Senate -- Ben Nelson in particular. Here's an abbreviated list of hurdles: 
Dawn Johnsen can't be confirmed to head the Office of Legal Counsel; health care reform may have to do without 
a public option--if it happens at all; and Obama's goal of shuttering the torture center at Gitmo is suddenly imperiled 
by the common cousins of conservative demagoguery and Democratic sheepishness...That's not entirely surprising.

Ben Nelson is conservative and pro-life and has always been something of a spoiler for liberals. But since he took
the lead in watering down the stimulus bill in the early days of the 111th Congress, he's been, if anything, 
more invested in the idea of blocking the progressive agenda than ever--and Senate math is on his side.
 

I've said for years - the Democrats need to find a way to kick people out of the party.

If nothing else, can't Obama tell Nelson that he'll fly Air Force One to Nebraska 
and campaign for his primary challenger if he doesn't stop blocking him?

Thanks to Lee in Lebanon
 

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Quotes

"Bill Maher's become an angry, bitter guy."
       --  that piece of crap Hannity, Link
 

"No, he's an angry, bitter guy. That's called projecting. That's called taking what you feel and giving it 
to somebody else. I'm a happy, single guy. He's a repressed, typical Republican. I'm sure just terribly 
sexually repressed and it comes out in all their sorts of hatred and vile and bile -- why would I be bitter? 
First of all, our side won. You know, their side is in a wilderness like they've never been before." 
       --  Bill Maher,    Link
 

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 Subject: How much money did the Bush bastards spend?

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Seems old GW and the Republican Congress really knew how to spend money.
 Frank D
 

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Quotes

"The appointment of Maria Sotomayor is the clearest indication yet that Obama's promise to be a centrist 
and think in a bipartisan way were mere rhetoric. Sotomayor comes from the far left and will likely leave us 
with something akin to the "Extreme Court" that could mark a major shift.  If she is confirmed, then we need 
to take the blindfold off Lady Justice." 
    -- that asshole Huckabee, Link
 

 I love it!

 I want the GOP screaming and kicking over this nomination.
 I want their top 2012 prospects leading the charge to destroy this Hispanic lady judge.
 I want them hysterical and blue in the face from anger.

 Since I never heard of her, I was afraid she might be a centrist, 
 but as long as the right-wing bastards are screaming, I'm happy.
 

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Senator Burris caught on tape
 He offers that crook Blago a check for power

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 Excerpt:
A transcript of a secretly recorded phone call was released in federal court today, a call in which Burris, 
then seeking the Senate seat, was recorded offering the Blagojevich campaign a campaign check.

"I know I could give him a check," Burris said. "Myself."

"And if I do get appointed that means I bought it," Burris said. 
 

Yes, we need a way to kick people out of the party.
 

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Those Palin Family Values 

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 Excerpt:
I caught the Bristol Palin magazine cover and was blown away. What does it take to get discredited as a moralizing right-wing 
"family values" merchant these days? It was one thing when we found out that super-religious governor Palin was letting Levi 
nail her daughter more or less regularly under the family roof. It was another when we found out that the governor's sister-in-law 
got popped for a B&E while her little daughter was waiting outside in the car. And it was still another thing when we found out 
that Levi's Mom was going to eat a bust for dealing Oxycontin (and there's apparently a lot behind Palin's interest in that story). 
For the most part, none of this stuff is any of our business -- we all have family members with issues, although mine tend to leave
their kids at home when they go out to commit burglaries to support their drug habits.

But this abstinence thing with Bristol, to me, is just too much. This sort of thing always grosses me out: this country has way too many 
people who do stuff like this, dragging their helpless minor kids with them on national media tours or publishing lengthy parenting memoirs 
in which their unwitting babies play starring roles as props in Mom's narcissistic fantasies. But this goes even beyond that. This poor little kid 
is going to grow up someday and find out she's been brand-marketed to the human species by Madison Avenue as The Great Mistake. 
Bristol's quote about how girls need to close their eyes and imagine spending the rest of their lives with a screaming baby before they 
have sex -- her daughter is someday going to cough that line up, through sobs, in her fourth or fifth year of very expensive therapy. 
If this little kid isn't hooked on black baggy clothes and cutting by age 11 I'll be shocked.
 

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Quotes

"I doubt that Sotomayor can be stopped, but she should be. She is a horrible pick. She is the antithesis of a judge, 
by her own admission and in her own words. She has been overturned 80% of the time by the Supreme Court. 
She may as well be on the Ninth Circus Court of Appeals!"
    -- the vulgar Pigboy, 
 

 C'mon, Rush, you can get angrier than that.
 Are you getting softer in your old age?
 

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Subject: Chief Justice Roger Taney

http://www.talkingpointsmemo.com/archives/2009/05/religion_and_the_court.php?ref=fpblg

"For the first Catholic to serve on the Court you've got to go all the way back
to Chief Justice Roger Taney (appointed by Andrew Jackson)."

Interesting judge, that one.  Taney (rhymes w/ "brawny") was the Justice who handed down the infamous Dred Scott decision in 1857, 
with its pro-slavery message that put us on a collision course w/ the Civil War.  Incidentally, the only county in America that honors him
as its namesake is Taney County, Missouri, in the heart of John Ashcroft country.  http://www.co.taney.mo.us

So the next time some dog-whistling anti-choicer brings up the Dred Scott decision, we ought to ask why its issuer 
is honored in supposedly pro-life Taney County, home of Branson and Silver Dollar City.
 Eddy in OKC
 

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Quotes

"The other day Bush gave a speech at a graduating high school class. H told them he finds not being 
president liberating. Agreed.  He told the kids he now finds himself walking the dog and picking up poop. 
Finally, something he can actually find. He couldn't find Osama, he couldn't find the WMDs.  If only we 
were attacked by dog shit on 9-11, we would've been OK."
     -- Bill Maher
 

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 Subject: Afghanistan

Bart, you wrote:

>  How many decades will it take for our troops to go cave-to-cave
>  searching for people that we can't tell are with us or against us?

We wouldn't have to have those troops in Afghanistan if the moron, Reagan, and his partner in crime, Bush the Elder, 
hadn't seen fit to arm all those religio-crazies who were fighting, and being contained by the Russians. The Russians were 
doing a pretty good job of bombing their Muslim asses, until the arms merchants in this country got a hardon for selling them 
a bunch of guns and bombs and stinger missles. They've shown their appreciation by turning those same weapons on our troops. 
Chickenhawks have always been good at sending other people's kids to fight their wars for them.
 Bill in Versailles, KY
 


 

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Drug users providing recession-proof market for Mexican cartels 

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Horseshit!
It's our stupid God-wants-it-this-way drug laws that are making Mexican gangs rich.

If we could buy great pot from Walgreens for $20 for 20 joints,
we'd balance the budget and nobody would need hard drugs.
 

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 Subject: How to solve the Bush financial crisis? 

In a mythical small town, everyone is heavily in debt.

Luckily, a rich tourist arrives at the local hotel. He asks for a room and puts down $100 on the reception counter, 
takes a key and goes to inspect the room located up the stairs on the third floor.

The hotel owner takes the banknote in a hurry and rushes to his meat supplier to whom he owes $100.

The butcher takes the money and races to his supplier to pay his debt.

The wholesaler rushes to the farmer to pay $100 for pigs he purchased some time ago.

The farmer triumphantly gives the $100 to a local prostitute who gave him her services on credit.

The prostitute goes quickly to the hotel,where she owed them for her hourly room use to entertain clients.

At that moment, the rich tourist informs the hotel owner that the room smells and he takes his $100 back and departs.

There was no profit or income for anybody, but everyone no longer has any debt 
and the townspeople look optimistically towards their future.

Could this be the solution to the Bush financial crisis?
 

Thanks to Larry W for sending that.
 

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Quotes

"Honolulu just conducted our nation's first all-digital election. This is so cool. No voting booths, 
people cast their votes online or by phone. Everyone here at 'Late Night' would like to congratulate 
Honolulu's new mayor, a piano playing cat." 
     -- Jimmy Fallon
 

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Subject: Randi Rhodes

I was just wondering out of curiousity if you think 
Randi Rhodes is the Rush Limbaugh for Democrats?
 David N
 

If you mean that in a good way - that she has the most listeners, gets the biggest paycheck
and is perhaps the most influential Lefty talk radio person, then yes.

But if you're asking if she's a disgusting pig and a shameless, disgusting gutter whore, then I'd say no.

I've had my problems with Randi over the years but she's no vulgar Pig-girl.
 

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Poker Week

To celebrate, I'm re-running Chris the Dealer's Poker Guide along with his third installment.
 

Obama Arrives in Vegas for Start of World Series of Poker

 Link

 Excerpt:
Obama decided to pay a visit to Vegas the same day most of the pros were arriving in.

As a result, flights were delayed and we know this by reviewing the Twitters of players stuck on airplanes. 

Tiffany Michelle:  "It's not everyday you get 2 watch Air Force One & Mr. President 
land at the Vegas airport. Guess it makes my delayed flight 2 LA suck less."

Maria Ho: "Obama just landed in Air Force One in Las Vegas delaying our flight for an hour!
 

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Last Night's Rescue Me

Rescue Me is back - and once again it's the best show on TV.

Tommy's drinking again (which makes for great TV)  and the demons are lining up to taunt him.

While closing the bar his firehouse owns, his dead Dad showed up.

"You were the best son a dad could have."

Shaking, Tommy says, "Thanks, Dad."

"And if you believe that, I have some Florida swampland to sell you."

From there, things got out of hand and it was as tense as the first Devil encounter in The Exorcist.
It was as good and as intense as any episode of The Sopranos.  It's TV at its best.

For this episode, Denis Leary should win the Best Actor Emmy.
Shit, he should win Best Producer and Best Writer honors, too.
For this episode, John Scurti (Lou)should win the Best Supporting Actor Emmy.

Oh, and this all tension happens in the first 15 minutes so you
don't have to invest an hour to see how right I am.

I think FX will rerun this show Sunday night.
Catch it if you want to see a great episode of the best show on TV.
 

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 Subject: Bartcop Radio Bonus

Yesterday's issue was called "Traction."

I offered 90 days of BCR to the first person who could tell me why that word is super-funny.

Nobody knew - that's hard to believe.

I'll answer that in the next BCR - out when I get back from winning the WSOP.
 

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Question:
Did Obama sell us a story to get elected?
Or did the harsh realities of the job change him?

Bonus Question:
If Hillary had been elected, would she 
have governed to Obama's Right or Left?

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It's been a while since I sent a love check so here is a better one. 
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