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 Wednesday  June 24, 2009  Vol 2355 - Too Hot for Pants

Busted!!  Details below. 

Quote of the Day

"They never say Powell lied. 
  They don't say Condi lied."
     -- Rumsfeld, mostly speaking the truth,   Link

  He's got a point.
  Powell and Condi mostly got away with everything.
  The Sunday shows still invite Powell on even tho
  his self-serving lies helped kill 4,300 US soldiers.


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Major Cat Problems 
Arrow Obama, Slayer of the GOP HOT
Arrow Who Wishes Bush Was Back 
Arrow Missing Governor Confesses HOT
Arrow J.D. Salinger's Last Stand 
Arrow Obama reads Michael Dare? 
Arrow Fuhrer wanted Iran, too? HOT
Arrow Catherine Bell on Sex Scenes  



Mike Malloy Live


"A conversation with Rahm can be as little as 30 seconds. 
  He calls, drops a few F-bombs, makes his point and hangs up."
      -- Paul Begala,    Link

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Major Cat Problems

It's not a joke - it will disrupt page production so I need to solve this right away.

Crazy Daredevil Dax has discovered a way to get on top of the kitchen cabinets.
Last night he jumped on the kitchen counter and from there, he jumped another five feet
to get on top of the cabinets and that's eight feet above the hardwood floor.

Mrs. Bart let out the most blood-curdling scream I'd ever heard from her.
I'd pay big money to not ever hear that scream again.
Watching the kitty playing at eight feet was like watching toddlers playing on the highway.

   (Not our kitchen)

When this happened, she stayed in the kitchen to attempt to catch him if/when he fell
while I ran to the garage to get the ladder.  Dax has never seen the ladder so it scared him
and he panicked and jumped down to the hardwood floor.

He didn't break anything - probably - but he hit the ground so hard (He's never been that high before)
his chest hit the ground and we were worried about broken ribs.  But minutes later, he was attacking
his brother Rusty so we figure he's OK.

But we know him - he gets off on danger and he's not going to forget that adrenaline rush so we
gotta figure a way to prevent him from jumping that high - got any ideas?

One idea I had was to build a lip or a wooden ledge out from the wall on top of the cabinets.
That would require him to jump up 5 feet and backwards, which he'd probably try.

Mrs. Bart remembered an e-mail from a lady with a polydatyl cat who climbed the walls.
If you wrote that e-mail and have any ideas, could you send me an e-mail please?

Right now they're both locked in a bedroom driving all four of us crazy and Mrs Bart is a wreck.
I need help ASAP.

Wait, I just had an idea:
We hire a carpenter to cut off the crowns at the top of the cabinets.
Then we have him slice in maybe 15 inches of wood and then put the crown back on.

Sure, that'll work - just like my penis extension surgery.

Dax can jump 5 feet, but can he jump 75 inches?

...maybe we better make that 80 inches.

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Obama, Slayer of the GOP
 by Dan Froomkin, recently fired from the WaHoPo for being liberal


The coverage of the latest wave of public-opinion polls has focused mostly on Obama's ostensible political weaknesses.
But the more important story may be the increased marginalization of his Republican opposition.

Three major polls tell the same story: Of a Republican party that is widely disliked and mistrusted -- and that is becoming
essentially irrelevant. Notably, on the single most polarizing aspect (the "public option") of the  biggest political issue of the
moment (Obama's proposed health-care overhaul), the public overwhelmingly supports Obama's position.

Republicans have essentially no power in the House. And even in the Senate, their ability to effectively block Obama
is minimal without the cooperation of a handful of unreliable center-right Democrats.

In fact, the only real power Republicans have left is granted to them by a media culture that consistently clamors
for bipartisan solutions, even as one of the parties increasingly represents a shrunken minority of hardened extremists.

I'm so old, I remember when the Washington Post brought down a crooked president.
But lately, they've changed 180 degrees, hounding Clinton day after day, week after week,
month after month and year after year - and all he was guilty of was a little hot tongue sex.

When the Bush bastards stole power, they knew they could count on the bastards at the WaHoPo, 
along with the sell-out bastards and bitches at the New York Whore Times, to cover up 
the very real global crimes of those crooked Bush sons of bitches.

They used to fight crooks - these days they enable them.

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Guess Who Wishes Bush Was Back
 Answer?  Nobody - David Broder is lying again


In a conversation the other day with a White House official, I heard something I'd never expected
from an employee of Barack Obama's. "I wish," he said, "George Bush would speak up a little more."

That's fifty miles away from "I wish Bush was back."
Nobody - even the Republicans - wants that murdering loser back.

In the five months since he left, Bush has immersed himself in his memoir. He has stayed home in Texas
and rarely spoken publicly. The result has been that he has largely disappeared from the news and
-- the point the Obama aide was making -- pretty much has been forgotten.

Bush's silence has made it harder for Obama to keep the public focused on Bush as being responsible
for our present difficulties -- the economy, the wars, the scandals of Guantanamo and the detainee program.

David, why the misleading title?
When I saw that, I thought, "Who is fool enough to want the Worst President Ever back?"

And it turns out the answer is nobody - it was just Broder being a whore again.

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"We don't know yet how this thing is going to play out. 
  I know everybody here is on a 24-hour news cycle. I'm not. OK?"  
      -- Obama, slapping that NBC prick Chuck Todd for his insistent questioning 
           about why he wouldn't "spell out the consequences" for the Iranian government,     Link

 When a Democrat is in office, it's the job of the whore press to badger him constantly.

 When a crooked, never-elected Rethug is in office, it's the job of the whore press 
  to roll over so the Fascist Neocon can scratch their I'm-such-a-whore tummies.


I enjoyed seeing Obama semi-snap at a nutball media whore.

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Neda, Obama -- and the rest of us


I haven't been able to shake the image of Neda Agha-Soltan, dying, live, on a cellphone video Saturday. 
The way her eyes follow the camera -- seeming to demand that we do something -- has haunted me ever since.

I'm not the only one: Neda is a hero worldwide, a top search term on Google, a trending topic on Twitter. 
I mostly agree with Kate Harding that over-identifying with Neda is silly -- we are not Neda, and mourning her 
isn't exactly bringing down the Iranian government -- but she's catalyzing a crucial global reaction nonetheless. 
Even the late news that Neda herself wasn't terribly political, just a philosophy student who loved to sing, 
doesn't blunt her impact. Women are banned from public singing in Iran.

Paradoxically, I want the world to stand up for Neda -- and stand with all the other Iranians, especially the 
Iranian women, fighting and dying for freedom this week.  Amid the din of braying Republicans, which has 
somehow become as big a story as the Iranian uprising itself, no one seems to be listening to Obama.

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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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"Narrow minded, book banning, truth censoring, mean spirited; ungenerous, envious, intolerant, afraid; 
chicken, bullying; trivially moral, falsely patriotic; family cheapening, flag cheapening, God cheapening; 
the common man, shallow, small, sanctimonious."
      -- Henry Fairlie, predicting the present-day troubles of the Fascist dogs at the 1980 Republican convention,   Link

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Fuhrer wanted to invade Iran, too

A confidential record of a meeting between Bush and Blair before the invasion of Iraq, outlining their intention 
to go to war without a second United Nations resolution, will be an explosive issue for the official inquiry into 
the UK's role in toppling Saddam Hussein.

The memo, written on 31 January 2003, almost two months before the invasion and seen by the Observer, 
confirms that as the two men became increasingly aware UN inspectors would fail to find WMDs they had to 
contemplate alternative scenarios that might trigger a second resolution legitimising military action.

Bush told Blair the US had drawn up a provocative plan "to fly U2 aircraft painted in UN colours over Iraq 
with fighter cover".  If Saddam fired at the planes this would put the Iraqi leader in breach of UN resolutions.

Bush confirmed even without a second resolution, the US was prepared to invade Iran. 
The memo said Blair told Bush he was "solidly with the president".

So - we should feel lucky that Bush only started two wars?

And it's more proof that Blair really was Bush's poodle.

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 Subject: Republicans becoming more sexually conservative

In the early 1990s it was rare to hear about a Republican sex scandal. But after the Clinton affair 
was exposed Republicans started being caught cheating on their wives, fathering children out of wedlock, 
and caught with prostitutes (Livingston, Gingrich). Even Republican women like Helen Chenoweth were getting caught.

By 2006 Republicans had moved on to homosexual encounters in airport restrooms (Craig) and going 
after male congressional pages (Foley). Things were getting out of control. If the trend continued people 
would have had to tie up their dogs when Republicans were around.

Then Senator Vitter reversed the trend moving back from male prostitutes to female prostitutes, and now Senator Ensign, 
a Promise Keeper, was having an affair with a married female staffer. Is this a move back to traditional family values? 
I think so. Republicans might be disturbed but Senators Ensign's affair but I think the Republicans are moving back 
to their traditional values. If the Republicans can get Vitter and Ensign to resign they can show their Christian 
conservative base that they are serious.

Marc Perkel
Gilroy, CA. 95020
Founder of the Church of Reality
"Reality Based Voter"

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Subject: legal pot

Whether it's 14 grams or 100 grams, someone still has to grow, package, transport and deliver the stuff.
The trafficking incentive remains, with all its downside. A better solution is to legalize possession of one or two
growing or curing plants per household, which is a lot of pot.

But if everyone who smokes can grow a year's worth, why pay exorbitant prices?
And why grow a hundred plants or smuggle poundage at risk of prison if everyone
who wants some already has a plant. The market dies.

Those too lazy or inept to grow would have plenty of friends with an oversupply.
The excess would be more than you could give away, but you would have all you want for personal use.
Hobby growing and information sharing would result in primo supply. It would be like growing tomatoes.
Anyone can do it. Trafficking problem solved.
 Paul in NC

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Does Obama read Michael Dare on bartcop.com?

What Michael Dare said yesterday:

The military budget doesn't need to be cut, it just needs to be spend differently.  

For the cost of let's say one aircraft carrier, we could have a massive airdrop, not of bombs,  
but of free iPhones and mini laptops and wifi for every citizen of Iran, and what the hell, North Korea.  

Invite them to experience the freedom of the internet. Win their souls and minds.  
Make the foreign governments look pretty bad when they complain about a 
massive giveaway that every citizen will applaud. 
 Michael Dare 


One reporter asked if the White House was considering beaming broadband capability into Iran via satellite so the 
opposition forces would be able to communicate with themselves and the outside world. Gibbs said he didn't know 
such a thing was possible. (Is it?) But he said he would check on the technological feasibility and get back with an answer.

That caused some head-scratching in the press room. If the United States could do that and was planning on doing so, 
wouldn't this be one of those intelligence matters that Gibbs won't discuss? But maybe some telecom entrepreneur or 
Silicon Valley whiz-kids can make this happen. The Google guys? The Twitter people? XM Radio? 
This is the sort of covert action that could be worth outsourcing—with the project manager taking full credit. 
Think of the endorsement possibilities: the Iranian Revolution...Brought to You by DIRECTV.

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Missing Governor Confesses


On Tuesday, sources said that a state vehicle is missing and was tracked down,
not to the Appalachian Trail, but to the Hartsfield-Jackson Airport in Atlanta.

Sources told Robertson that a federal agent spotted Sanford in the airport boarding a plane.
Robertson was told that the governor was not accompanied by security detail.
Sanford has been out of reach for more than four days, including Father's Day.

Sawyer has emphasized that the governor was hiking on the Appalachian Trail
and that it wasn't something the staff or Jenny Sanford were concerned about.

Yep, this story is as phony as they come.
CNN had video of the governor's SUV and they saw a sleeping back in the back.
Who goes hiking in the woods for 4 days without a sleeping bag?

Obviously, he packed the sleeping bag to make it look like he was going camping.
If I was cheating on Mrs Bart (Na ga da) saying I was going to play pool but then she
discovered that I left my cue at home, she'd have to wonder where I really was.

So the Gov's wife is either extra-stupid or she's OK with whatever his secret trip is about.

Update:  Turns out she's both

 Sanford confessed to sexing some woman in Argentina and he says his wife KNEW 
 about his affair for five months.   So we need to add "lair" to her resume.

 Shiiiiiiiiiiiiit, did they think they could fool Ol' Bart for one second?
 I can smell a lie from a Fascist dog from a mile away.

Question: Why did Sanford need five days in Argentine to break it off?

He couldn't break up by phone?  Or e-mail?  Or Twitter?
It took him five days to say, "Sorry Babe, it's over." 

Some reporters were camped out at the Atlanta airport 
and they caught Sanford getting off the from-Argentine plane.

He's not sorry - he's caught. 

It was a five-year affair - I wonder how many kids they have together?


"There's certainly no reason for Gov. Sanford to resign.
  After all, both Democrats and Republicans have done this."
   -- CNN's Candy Crowley (R-Butterqueen)    

  CNN always has her cover the Democrats in a race because she hates Democrats.

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Subject: why 100 grams?

Hi Bart,
The thing about the 100 gram limit is that it allows some trafficking of marijuana.

This might sound bad, but it's actually good.
Say you want to go on a two week camping trip with three buddies?
100 grams sounds right if you've got the kind of friends I have.
Also, people cook with it and use much more than they would if they smoked it.

Also, home-bound people depend on timely shipments of medical marijuana.
Making the limit too low would force these patients to remain criminals or
do without until theie "marijuana trafficker" brings them the next oz.
Your fan,
 Medical Marijuana Barbie

Subject: when pot is legal...

….. it is sold by the gram.

I agree with you, asking for 100 gram limit is almost assuring it won’t pass.
Here in Holland where pot is legal, you’re only allowed to possess about five grams at a time.
And at concerts where they have drug controls, they will confiscate those, too, despite that pot
is legal here they do include it in drug sweeps.

Anyway. I don’t know if you’ve ever been to Holland but the legal trade here is as follows:
you go to the Koffieshop and can select from a variety of hash and weed for 7-15 euros per gram,
and you’re allowed to purchase up to 50 euros worth. Either you get your stuff in pre-packaged gram
packets, or they weigh off the amount of your order in one larger baggy. You can also order pre-rolled
joints, weed, hash, or a mix (all made with tobacco), for E.2.50

And you can’t smoke it in public here, in fact this is one of the problems the Koffieshops have with the
European no-smoking ordinances that have been implemented since last year. For they prohibit inside
smoking, whereas you’re not allowed to smoke joints anywhere but in your own home and in a koffieshop.
To prohibit smoking in Koffieshops is like prohibiting chewing in a Restaurant, it’s just ludicrous.
Many Koffieshops get around it by constructing a  closed-off, separate smoking area.

In any case, I sure hope America gets a more sane drug policy, but I know that it’s a police state
and that the police are making far too much money off the war on drugs, and have a ready excuse
to hassle blacks and other minorities, so they will never give it up.

Holland's mistake was to mix tobacco - a deadly drug - with less harmful pot and hash.
Nobody dies from second-hand pot smoke.

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Subject: Crazy ass Mark Sanford


It's easy to see how Sanford's people thought he was on the  "Appalachian Trail", 
I think he had a bad cell connection and he really said "Argentinian Tango."

No need for a press conference.  Can you hear me now?
 Eric X

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K-Drag Weather

Today's forecast was 100 degrees and thunderstorms.

I forget - why do I live here?

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About Last Night Gee, that's a dumb title, Joe
  by Joe Klein


The protesters admire our freedom, but they are appalled--and insulted--by our neocolonialist condescension
over the past 50 years. Many Iranians consider Ahmadinejad the George W. Bush of Iran--a crude, unsophisticated
demagogue, who puts a strong Potemkin face to the world without very much knowledge of what the rest of the
world is about. This was an anology [sic] that came up in interview after interview, with reformers and conservatives alike.
McCain--and his cohorts--are trying to score political points against the President in the midst of an international crisis.

Certainly, Bush the Younger, McCain and the rest of that crowd have absolutely no idea who the Iranian people are.
The are not Hungarians in 1956. They do not believe they live in an Evil Empire. They still support their revolution.
They shout "Allahu Akbar" in the streets, which was the rallying cry of 1979. They are proud of their nuclear program,
even if many have doubts about the efficacy of weaponizing the enriched uraniam that is being produced. They want
greater freedom, to be sure. And they believe that the Khamenei-Ahmadinejad forces--and the militarized regime they
have empowered, the millions of basiji and revolutionary guards--is a profound perversion of that revolution. They are right.
They deserve our prayers and support. But they don't need grandstanding from an American President, and they certainly
don't need histrionics from blustery old John McCain.

I have yet to meet an Iranian who does not believe that the United States gave poison gas to Saddam during the Iran-Iraq war,
gas which injured thousands upon thousands of Iranian men, who still live, incapacitated, in the shadows of that society.

Uh, Joe?
The "United States" didn't give Saddam poison gas to maim Iranians - Reagan and the Bush bastards did that.

Joe said on the talk shows is EVERY protester over there knows Obama extended his hand in friendship
to the Muslim world - unlike the idiot cowboy who got Iran and North Korea in the nukuler arms business.

We're stucking being the inhuman scum who gave Saddam the poison gas.
Too bad we can't get a Democrat to list the damn facts.

When I attack the Dems that way, I'm not talking about Obama.
As president, there are things Obama can't say.
But every Democrat who fails to list the fact is a fool and a coward.

If they weren't such sacless asses, we'd be in our 14th year of universal health care.
But no, the Dems sided with the GOP, they lost congress and killed health care.

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Subject: Sanford - it is to laugh!! 

you so fuckin' called it.

pointed to the bleachers and then smacked that ball right out!!


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J.D. Salinger's Last Stand
 Featuring my good friend Paul LiCalsi


The sergeant at arms appeared outside the Manhattan federal court. “Plaintiff?” he called out.
“Plaintiff? I guess the plaintiff isn't here?” he asked. The lawyers exchanged sideways glances.
“Surprised?” one of them quipped. After all, the plaintiff is none other than the world's most famous recluse, J.D. Salinger.

Salinger filed suit against an unknown Swedish writer named Fredrik Colting, seeking to permanently bar publication
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Ironically, in what could be the 90-year-old Salinger's last stand, the copyright questions at the heart of this case could
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can impose sanctions and even dismiss the case. Thus, filing suit against Colting may have put Salinger's desire for privacy
on a collision course with his desire to protect Holden Caulfield.

Surely, LiCalsi used a few of the courtroom tricks I taught him in April of 2008.

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Here's another of these endless requests for cash from the democrats:

In politics, when your opponent attacks your only option is to respond with overwhelming force.
With the likes of the "REAL R N C" --  Rush, Newt and Cheney and the rest of the right-wing fringe
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and they jumped on him and tortured him for twelve minutes
I don't know of any other comic or comic team that could've pulled this off.
It was live, it was spontaneous and it was amazing.
If you know someone who says Stern has no talent - play this for them.
It's the hardest I've laughed this year - I hope you like it.

...    thanks to yb for the photo


"I had my Bond experience with the band and it was pretty fantastic, but I’m a bit too old to be a Bond girl. 
There’s a few other acting roles being talked about, but, for the moment, I’m just playing it by ear. Music-wise, 
I’m beginning to get the itch again because for a while I just didn’t have the desire to sing, but now I’m beginning 
to get it back and hopefully I’ll get it together fairly soon."
   -- Shirley

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