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 Weekend-Monday  June 13-15, 2009  Vol 2349 - Stunning betrayal

Quote of the Day

"It's almost as if he's wishing that America
  would be attacked again, in order to make 
  his point. That's dangerous politics." 
     -- CIA Director Panetta on Dick Cheney,   Link


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Khamenei orders vote probe 
Arrow Right-wing hate talk
Arrow Open Letter to Iranians HOT
Arrow Yoo sued over torture
Arrow Obama Haters’ Enablers HOT
Arrow The Big Hate 
Arrow Moab: Road Less Traveled HOT
Arrow Model Barbara Stoyanoff 

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"We took it in the shorts with Bush-Cheney, the Iraq War
  and by sacrificing fiscal responsibility to hold power."
    -- John Boehner, about the GOP's "everybody hates us" problems,   Link

 Guess what, John?
 With the vulgar Pigboy running your party with help from Palin the Idiot
 and Cheney the Torture King, you're going to keep taking it "in the shorts" for years.

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Khamenei orders vote probe
 In some countries they care when their vote is stolen



Iran's supreme leader ordered Monday an investigation into allegations of election fraud, marking a stunning turnaround
by the country's most powerful figure and offering hope to opposition forces who have waged street clashes to protest
the re-election of President Mahmoud Ahmahandjob.

State television quoted Ayatollah Ali Khamenei directing a high-level clerical panel, the Guardian Council, to look into
charges by pro-Western candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi, who has said he is the rightful winner of Friday's presidential election.

The decision comes after Mousavi wrote a letter appealing to the Guardian Council and met Sunday with Khamenei,
who holds almost limitless power over Iranian affairs. Such an election probe by the 12-member council is uncharted
territory and it not immediately clear how it would proceed or how long it would take.

Even George Bush was smart enough to know you don't steal an election by 30 points.
Polls showed a close race - some even showed Mousavi ahead - but then Ahmahandjob wins 63-33?

And why would Khamenei agree to an investigation?
Does he secretly want closer ties with the West?

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Can right-wing hate talk lead to murder?


A great example of the right-wing echo chamber's bullying came when they managed to smack down the release of
a Department of Homeland Security report about the rise of right-wing extremism. Judging from the right's rhetoric,
you'd have thought Janet Napolitano was suggesting rounding up Rush and his dittoheads and putting them in an
old Japanese-American internment camp or something . . .

The calm nine-page report merely looked at warning signs for extremism, based on history: They include a prolonged
economic downturn, the demonization of immigrants, the election of the first black president, fears about losing the right
to own guns, a banking crisis inciting age-old paranoia about 'Jewish cabals' and the return of many veterans to the States
suffering from PTSD and other conditions while getting insufficient care.

Presciently, the report said the top perceived threat was a 'lone wolf": 'White supremacist lone wolves pose the most
significant domestic terrorist threat because of their low profile and autonomy -- separate from any formalized group
-- which hampers warning efforts.'   DHS, meet James von Brunn, whose wife divorced him because of his hatred,
racism, paranoia and violence.

But the right-wing echo chamber went nuts about the report. Rush called it 'crap,' thundering, 'There is not one instance
they can cite as evidence where any of these right-wing groups have done anything.' Rep. Michele Bachmann crowed:
'To me, it looks like the extremists are those running the DHS.' John Boehner called it 'offensive' and said, 'Unfortunately,
Secretary Napolitano still has a lot of explaining to do.' Newt Gingrich harrumphed that 'the person who drafted the
outrageous homeland security memo smearing veterans and conservatives should be fired.' And Rep. Peter Burgess
said Napolitano herself should 'step down, and let's move on.' Will any of them apologize to Napolitano now? Dream on.

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If torture is a "good thing" that produced 
"tangible results" and "saved American lives"
why did they call her "a bad apple"
and throw her in prison?

 Subject: Les Paul ailing

Our local sports radio morning show had ex Yankee centerfielder and accomplished jazz guitarist Bernie Williams
on today and he said he'll be standing in for Les Paul at the Iridium while Paul recovers from an illness. Bernie said he
may be doing Monday nights for "some time". No word on the illness.

Bernie plays a mellow lite jazz but he is very good. I'm surprised he found time to play with all those gold gloves he has.
At old Yankee Stadium, he had a jam room for himself and drummer-right fielder Paul O'Neil.

I'm sure you can find some cuts on YouTube.
He just put out an album. Best to Les.
 Rude Rich

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Housekeeping    The Problem

I plan to attempt BCR Show 153 tomorrow.
You could make the show better if you contributed something via the Bart Phone.

Call the BartPhone 1-800-530-2979 and leave your
2 minute message or question or joke or impression to be played on BCR.

If you screw it up, just say it again and I'll edit the bad part out.

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"This (economy) was not an inherited situation.
  I believe, 2010 will be a referendum on their performance."
      -- Sen. John Cornhole (R-Texas), wishing that was true,   Link

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 Subject: take a gun to church July 4

Dear New Bethel Church,

I was excited to see your advertisement for a special Independence Day gun-toting church event.
I love God and I love guns and I am always thrilled when the two can be merged together.
I know you will get a lot of criticism for this event, but like your website says,
"When someone says, 'What would Jesus do?' we reply, 'What did Jesus say?'"

And I think everyone is familiar with Matthew 5:38-42, where Jesus said, "You have heard that it was said,
'An eye for an eye, and a tooth for a tooth.' But I tell you, a gun makes that easier. If someone strikes you
on the right cheek, turn to him and blow that jackass's head off. And if someone wants to sue you and take
your tunic, give him a mouthful of Glock. If someone forces you to go one mile, shoot him in the feet.
Shoot the one who asks you, and blow away the one who wants to borrow from you."

My only true concern with your event is that you are requiring everyone to remove the magazines from their guns.
What is the point of packing heat in church if you cannot blow someone's head off at any moment?  I think we all
know that Jesus would have his gun loaded in church, and it is an outrage that you would not honor Jesus and the
Second Amendment to the fullest extent possible.

How could you expect a God-loving, gun-loving, all-American Kentucky white male like myself
to attend your church event when you're perfectly comfortable half-assing Jesus and the Constitution?
 Gun-totin' God-lover in Shepherdsville

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Mike Malloy Live


"What's going to be the new travel slogan for Bermuda: 'Hot babes and jihadists'?"
      -- the vulgar Pigboy,

 Hey Rush, what's the travel slogan for the Dominican Republic?
"Our little boys have the cutest behinds a radio Fascist ever saw?"

"I had a great time in the Dominican Republic. Wish I could tell you about it."
     -- the vulgar Pigboy, caught with his boner pills on his "boys only" vacation    Link

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Subject: Page vs radio

hey bart,
have to admit my visits to the page are confined to saturday.
then i go through the week's pages. so would not be a good judge on the page versus radio..

get this one:  in the worst economy in decades, working at a job I hated and having thought
I'd be stuck in for-ever, a great new job opportunity fell into my lap (referred by a colleague)
and now I am making more money, with better benefits, and having a way better time..

seriously i am usually NOT that lucky.. i shoulda gone to the casino that day..
downside:  working hugely longer hours 12-14 hour days

so trade offs trade offs..
keep on trucking, bart.

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An Open Letter to the Iranian People
From a Sympathetic American   by Alan Bisbort


We are all Iranians now.

We know your election was rigged. We know who was responsible, because it felt so familiar to us.
We know that the right-wing fanatics in your country are afraid of change. They are afraid of real freedom, afraid of open government.
We know you don’t want Ahmadinejad as your president. We know what it’s like to have a president “installed” rather than elected.
We know the vote count was held in secret, in a back room, with no witnesses. We know that the will of the people has been thwarted.
We know exactly how that feels.

We know that the right-wing fanatics in our country could not be happier with the results of your election, at least as they stand now.
They love having Ahmadinejad in power, so they can use him to demonize all Iranian people. Ahmadinejad is the answer to their prayers.
They love to hate, and who better to hate than someone who can hate back with such intensity?

It’s almost funny how similar our right-wing fanatics are to your right-wing fanatics.
That is, it would be funny if it weren’t ultimately so tragic. For both our nations.

For eight years, we lived without legitimate leadership in our nation, after our highest court, packed with partisan hacks,
voted to suspend a fair, complete and open count of the votes and “install” a man who lost the election by half a million votes.

For eight years, we woke up to that bastardization of our democracy. Eight years of waking up feeling sick to our stomachs
at the violations being done to our Constitution, eight years in which we lived a lie. And every day that lie was nurtured with
more lies, lies from our political “leaders,” lies from our “free” press, lies from our Holy men and lecture halls and TV screens
and movies screens and shopping malls and magazines. We were terrorized with lies.

But we did nothing about it. Oh sure, a few of us marched, a few of us wrote columns for weekly alternative papers in
out of the way cities or we blogged about it. We vented to each other, we preached to the choir. We wrote our
corporate-owned Congress people, our “Representatives” and “Senators.” And, guess what?

In fact, the illegitimate government that we allowed to remain in power actually got stronger during those long eight years,
leaving us in the end powerless to hold it accountable. To assure that the leaders of that government would face no consequences,
these illegitimate rulers looted our Treasury, compromised our Justice Department and led us into a war that should never have
taken place, a war that has now lasted twice as long as our participation in World War II. And we are stuck there, paralyzed by
our debt and the continuing lie that we should just “move on.”

To where?

It is, therefore, perhaps insultingly easy for me to encourage you, the Iranian people, to do what we did not do.
That is, to do something about what has happened to you in the past three days.

The illegitimate government of Ahmadinejad will respond with violence against its own people and some innocent people
will no doubt be killed. But this will happen regardless of whether you do anything or not. Violence is all that an illegitimate
government knows how to do, even ones like yours that profess to have the backing of religious leaders and holy writings.

We know that you love your children as much as we love ours, that you want peace and tolerance between our two nations.
I hope one day when our political nightmares are over that we can meet and shake hands.

Our hopes go with you.
Good luck.
Alan Bisbort

Alan Bisbort is a columnist for the Hartford Advocate.
His most recent book is Media Scandals (Greenwood Press)

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And why did Bush & Cheney steal power?
So they could empty the Treasury, rape the Constitution
and steal trillions from Wall Street and the Housing market.

         "...and we helped him every step of the way."

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Play Guitar with Dave Fry

Judge: Ex-Bush lawyer can be sued over torture


A prisoner who says he was tortured while being held for nearly four years as a suspected terrorist 
can sue former Bush bastard John Yoo for coming up with the legal theories that justified his alleged treatment, 
a federal judge in San Francisco ruled Friday.  U.S. District Judge Jeffrey White's decision marks the first time 
a government lawyer has been held potentially responsible for the abuse of detainees.

"Like any other government official, government lawyers are responsible for the foreseeable consequences 
of their conduct," White said in refusing to dismiss Jose Padilla's lawsuit against Yoo.

If Padilla, now serving a 17-year prison sentence on terrorism charges, can prove his allegations, he can show 
that Yoo "set in motion a series of events that resulted in the deprivation of Padilla's constitutional rights," White said.

White, an appointee of Fuhrer Bush, noted that Padilla's lawsuit accuses Yoo of helping to design administration 
policy on detention and torture, and then crafting legal opinions to justify it - stepping outside the usual role of a lawyer.

Why is the common sense judge always from San Francisco?
Why can't there be a judge in Texas or Alabama with brains and courage?

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"The right wing has lost whatever restraint it had and that the ongoing paroxysms of violent, extreme rhetoric
  are having their effect. The crocodile tears of the anti-abortion forces after the Tiller assassination notwithstanding,
  it's also pretty clear that they know this violence is effective. If you want to paralyze a society and force people
  to capitulate out of fear of random violence, nothing beats terrorism."
      -- digby,    Link

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Subject: Page vs radio

Yo Bart- I'm in the page camp. I enjoy your shows but I love your pages -- I guess because I read faster than you can talk.

That said you should do whatever most of your subscribers say you should do -- if you can make money doing it.

I think the economy's fall is beginning to slow so maybe things will pick up for you soon.
But you know that when the Bush bastards break something it tends to stay broken.

Anyway, thanks for asking for an opinion; that's more than I usually get from most of my associates.
Be careful, stay well and keep your guns loaded.
 Bob A

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Palin Power


Obama is, by far, the most popular politician in America. And there is little doubt who is No. 2.

The city of Auburn, New York, population 28,574, held its first annual Founder's Day celebration June 6. 
The most famous of the city's fathers is William Seward, who as secretary of state purchased Alaska from 
Russia in 1867. To commemorate the event, the city council invited the current governor of Alaska. 
The parade featuring Sarah Palin drew more than 20,000 people, according to press reports.

The next day Palin traveled to Long Island to speak at a fund-raiser for a charity. Before that, she and 
her daughter attended a New York Yankees game to get knocked up by Alex Rodriquez.

It was a rare trip outside of Alaska for Ms. Palin, who stays busy tending to her day job, 
and it produced plenty of snotty commentary. Much of it came from "GOP insiders" in Washington 
who speak anonymously to journalists.

There's a sane faction in the GOP?
Why haven't we heard more about this?

Who are these people and why can't they be identified?


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Subject: We are NOT a free people

Hey Bart

I wrote this yesterday after reading about our sure-to-be-passed new Mandatory Minimum laws,
put in place by confounding violent gang activity with God's Flowers. I hope to write more about
the actual topic. It seems no country close to Uncle Sam can ultimately "do enlightenment." Hail Caesar!

BTW Yonge St. is the Main Drag in Toronto, and because it looked like reason was beginning to
sprout there in the form of A COUPLE (soon to be just one, I'm told) public places where one
could smoke, it is being dubbed, optimistically it turns out, "Yongesterdam."

I'll be surprised if it's still around 5 years from now.

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"Included in the materials submitted to Congress for the confirmation process is a tape of
  Judge Sotomayor singing the praises of affirmative action.  So much for Dr. King's aspirations..."
      -- Hannity, saying it was wrong, wrong, wrong for Poppy Bush to appoint
          an unqualified idiot like quota king Clarence 'Slappy' Thomas to the Supreme Court,    Link

"It is obvious that if a man enters a race three hundred years after another man,
  he would have to perform some incredible feat in order to catch up."
     -- Dr King, 1963,     Link

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Subject: CNN Polls

Bart --

So, I took a few moments out of my Sunday to look at "news" and blogs
and noticed a CNN poll indicating "Half of Israelis open to bombing Iran".
I thought, well, counter to that, about half of the world might be open to bombing Israel.

And then I scrolled down to see the poll open at the time:
Do you think Iran's presidential election was conducted fairly? Ninty-three percent of respondents said no.
Now, I have no way of knowing whether it was or not, but I find it interesting that 93% have a strong opinion
about an election halfway around the world, but couldn't pull their heads out their asses long enough to recognize
our presidential election in 2000 was rigged.

I would have been proud to be an American to see the streets of every major city in America flooded with people
protesting a corrupted election instead of cowering in the corner, whimpering about how, if the Supreme Court said so,
then W must have won the election. Sadly, all I got was 8 years of the jackass clearing brush in Texas while the Dick
masterminded the invasion of a sovereign nation.

I think I'll turn off my computer and go have a drink (or more).
 -- lonestar

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The Big Hate
 by Paul Krugman


Back in April, there was a huge fuss over an internal report by the Department of Homeland Security warning that
current conditions resemble those in the early 1990s - a time marked by an upsurge of right-wing extremism that
culminated in the Oklahoma City bombing.

Conservatives were outraged. The chairman of the RNC denounced the report as an attempt to “segment out
conservatives in this country who have a different philosophy or view from this administration” and label them as terrorists.

But with the murder of Dr. George Tiller by an anti-abortion fanatic, closely followed by a shooting by a white
supremacist at the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the analysis looks prescient.

There is, however, one important thing that the D.H.S. report didn’t say: Today, as in the early years of the
Clinton administration but to an even greater extent, right-wing extremism is being systematically fed by the
conservative media and political establishment.

Now, for the most part, the likes of Fox News and the R.N.C. haven’t directly incited violence, despite Bill O’Reilly’s
declarations that “some” called Dr. Tiller “Tiller the Baby Killer,” that he had “blood on his hands,” and that he was a
“guy operating a death mill.” But they have gone out of their way to provide a platform for conspiracy theories and
apocalyptic rhetoric, just as they did the last time a Democrat held the White House.

And at this point, whatever dividing line there was between mainstream conservatism
and the black-helicopter crowd seems to have been virtually erased.

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Moab: The Roads Less Traveled


Years ago, when my children were young and packed together in age like sardines in a tin can,
my then-husband and I took them to Moab for spring break.  It was a scant 6 hours from our home
in Boulder, Colorado.  But that 6-hour drive was like a time machine.

As the years went by, I returned to Moab several times and was never able to find that freedom trail.
I had decided that perhaps my memories of that ride had been too influenced by my perception of it,
my interpretation of it.  Perhaps I would never find it again.

But I did.  Just a couple of days ago.

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Van Susteren:  Do you take some responsibility, meaning you, the Bush eight years, for this…

Rove: No.

Van Susteren: You take absolutely no responsibility? Because…

Rove: No.

 See how easy it is?
 All you have to do is lie and FOX News will back you up,   Link

 Why do the other "news networks" continue to cover up for FOX?

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 Subject: The People's victory over Big Tobacco

The people of the United States made progress in taking America back from the corporations this week
when the Senate passed a bill to regulate tobacco as a drug. It's about time! The influence of big tobacco
has been like a cancer on the Congress and finally the voters have cut the tumor out in the last election and
big tobacco is a little smaller today. When the People unite then "Yes We Can" stop big tobacco.
Now on to health care reform and taking the hospitals back from big insurance.

Marc Perkel
Gilroy, CA. Garlic Capital of the World
My blog: http://marc.perkel.com
Founder of the Church of Reality
"Reality Based Voter"

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"The controversial Carrie Prejean was stripped of her title. Not only that,
  her chances of becoming Miss San Francisco are really looking slim."
      -- Conan, inheriting Leno's title of Least Funny Millionaire Comic

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 Subject: Obama and poker

This is from that garbage Bill Frist and company passed before they got tossed out of office in 06.
Barney Frank and others have been working to get the law repealed. Congress is a bunch of scared little girls
who are afraid the religious nutjobs will come out and scream about poker being 'the devil's game' and being
immoral and all that jazz. Poker players don't wield enough clout politically to get this fixed at the moment,
that's what the Poker Player's Alliance is about, forming an NRA like special interest for poker players
so we can have a voice in congress and get them to back off our game the way they back off guns.

Furthermore, this isn't Obama, this is some idiot lawyer from New York named Arlo Devlin-Brown,
assistant U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York. He's decided to go on the latest
anti-poker crusade most likely trying to make a name for himself fighting 'corruption' or whatever.

Believe me when I say this, during the summer of 06, I was at so many tables where people declared
themselves 'former republicans' over this issue it was amazing. All the crap Bush had pulled, but it took
Frist and company going after internet poker for them to finally divorce themselves from the party, it is unreal.

I wish Obama would step in and say he's pro-poker, that on-line poker should be regulated and
taxed in America, but it's not likely to happen because nobody in congress has backed Frank
or anyone else who's tried to get this ball rolling. To hell with those cowards.

Finally, this story strikes me as being poorly reported, when the whole bill went down, the banks
made it clear they would try to stop the flow of funds to and from these internet poker sites, but one thing
they made clear is that they *would not* track down checks. It would be to expensive and time consuming
for them to hunt down every check to figure out if it came from an internet gambling site or not. The fact that
the report says the player tried to 'cash a check' and then got his money seized seems weird. The checks you
get from on-line poker sites are always from weirdly named shell companies. Hell I have a check from Full Tilt
Poker right now, and it's listed as being from "Account Services Corp."
 --Mike The Dealer

Still, it's Obama's Justice Department.
On his orders they are waging war against poker players and medical marijuana users.

I seem to remember Obama promising "change."

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Stunning betrayal

Today was to be the first day of the 2009 Corn Season.

Because I'm not an idiot and because I'm a busy man with shit to do,
I called ahead to be sure they had some fresh corn before driving to Bixby.

The woman who answered the phone said, "Yes, we have corn  ...but it's from Georgia,"
which is like saying, "Yes, we have tequila ...but it's Albertson's tequila."

This does not make me happy.
She said their fresh corn would be in "the last week of June."

This does not make me happy.
Why not plant the corn two weeks earlier so it can be picked on time?

This does not make me happy.

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Subject: Page vs Radio


You do what you gotta do...I'll learn to survive without my daily fix if you need to produce less pages.
However, not sure what Malloy will do (last week he told his story again about how he always ends
his work day with a glass of wine and Bartcop.com).

Had a couple middle of the night thoughts for you to ponder...what about hiring a paid intern
(paid a commission of advertising revenue he/she brings in) who helps you put the page together
while selling advertising and doing other marketing for the site?  I'm old (not as old as you) and
don't know a lot about technology, but I bet some young college kid can do that remotely from
anywhere, and probably knows all about how to market websites.  That could potentially decrease
the rigors of putting the page together for you while increasing the revenue through additional marketing.

Also it would be great to use the fact that Malloy loves your site.  Could you send him clips from BCR
that he might play on his show.  He has all those other "correspondents" or "contributors", and snippets
from BCR (some of the few "clean" ones) would go great on his show and provide added exposure for your site.

Maybe just crazy rantings from a guy that couldn't sleep,
but just trying to help keep the best site on the web going strong.

PS  The WSOP report was awesome.  Wish we would've won it all, but it was great to "live" the experience with you.

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The Obama Haters’ Silent Enablers
 by sometimes hater Frank Rich


What’s startling is the spillover of this poison into the conservative political establishment. Saul Anuzis, a former Michigan 
G.O.P. chairman who ran for the party’s national chairmanship this year, seriously suggested in April that Republicans should 
stop calling Obama a socialist because “it no longer has the negative connotation it had 20 years ago, or even 10 years ago.” 
Anuzis pushed “fascism” instead, because “everybody still thinks that’s a bad thing.” He didn’t seem to grasp that “fascism” 
is nonsensical as a description of the Obama administration or that there might be a risk in slurring a president with a word 
that most find “bad” because it evokes a mass-murderer like Hitler.

The Anuzis "fascism" solution to the Obama problem has caught fire. The president’s nomination of Sonia Sotomayor and his 
speech in Cairo have only exacerbated the ugliness. The venomous personal attacks on Sotomayor have little to do with the 
3,000-plus cases she’s adjudicated in nearly 17 years on the bench or her thoughts about the judgment of “a wise Latina woman.” 
She has been tarred as a member of “the Latino KKK” by Tom Tancredo, as well as a racist and a David Duke (by Limbaugh), 
and portrayed, in a bizarre two-for-one ethnic caricature, as a slant-eyed Asian on the cover of National Review. Uniting all these 
insults is an aggrieved note of white victimization only a shade less explicit than that in von Brunn’s white supremacist screeds.

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