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 Weekend-Monday  July 21-28, 2009  Vol 2368 - Red, black and snarly

Quote of the Day

"This being my last time to speak 
  to you as your governor, I do want 
  to tell you sincerely that I love you."
     -- Palin, sincerely lying to a crowd of Alaskans,   Link 
 
 

 

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow The Can't-Do Blue Dogs 
Arrow Palin Popularity Crashes 
Arrow The death of professionalism 
Arrow Bush and Cheney's Final Days HOT
Arrow Cambridge Police Misconduct? HOT
Arrow Rich never had it so good 
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"If we're able to kill health care for all Americans
   it will be Obama's Waterloo. It will break him."  
    --Sen. Jim DeMint, bragging about hurting poor people,   Link
 

"I'm from Chicago. I don't break."  
      -- Obama, rubbing DeMint's nose in dog poop,    Link
 

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The Can't-Do Blue Dogs

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 Excerpt:
Watching the centrist backstabbing Democrats in Congress create more and more reasons why health care can't be fixed, 
I've been struck by a disquieting thought:  Suppose our collective lack of response to Katrina wasn't exceptional but, rather, 
the new normal in America. Suppose we can no longer address the major challenges confronting the nation. Suppose America 
is now the world's leading can't-do country.

Every other nation with an advanced economy long ago secured universal health care for its citizens -- an achievement that the 
United States alone finds beyond the capacities of mortal man. It wasn't ever thus. Time was when Democratic Congresses 
enacted Social Security and Medicare over the opposition of powerful interests and Republican ideologues. In fact, our government 
used to actually pave roads, build bridges and allow for secure retirements by levying taxes on those who could afford to pay them.

To today's centrist Democrats, this has become a distant memory, a history lesson they cannot grasp. The notion that actual 
individuals might have to pay to secure the national interest appalls them. In the House, the Blue Dogs doggedly oppose proposals 
to fund universal coverage by taxing the wealthiest 1 percent of the nation's households. Their deference to wealth -- whether the 
consequence of our system of funding elections or a byproduct of the Internet generation's experience of free access to information 
and entertainment -- is not to be trifled with.
 

As always, the Democrats are screwing up a sure and certain thing.
With 60 in the senate and Obama at the helm, we could have everything we want,
but the sons of bitches don't want to come to work and follow their Commander in Chief.

 

We defeated the other team, so what do our nutty-assed Democrats do?
They turnaround and tackle their own quarterback when he gets the ball.
 

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Quotes

"Al Franken signaled in his Sotomayor questioning that he will spend the next few years playing the part of 
the reasonable fellow who's awed to be here, eager to learn and ready to work. He's doing a Full Hillary. 
When Mrs. Clinton entered the Senate 8 years ago, there was about her the constant air of fisticuffs and 
scandal. But she did the absolute commonsense thing, keeping her head down and charming people with 
her hardworking, non-Diva-like attitude. This was not only a great move, which opened her to subsequent 
journalistic reassessments, it was also probably an actual relief for her. Removed from the daily grind of 
White House attack-and-defend, with a solid six-year sinecure, she was free for the first time to be what 
she likely wanted to be when she started out. She tapped into the part of her that really was a policy wonk 
who wanted to work on legislation, wanted to be liked, and wanted, even, to like. She tapped into her 
seriousness. We will see if Mr. Franken has any to tap into. " 
      --  Piggy Noonan, forgetting it's her job to lie like a rug,     Link
 
 

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Quotes

"If we chase this attitude...that you have to say 'no' to every Democratic proposal, you canít help 
the president ever, you canít ever reach across the aisle, then I donít want to be part of the movement 
because itís a dead-end movement. I have no desire to be up here in an irrelevant status. I'm smart 
enough to know that this country doesnít have a problem with conservatives. It has a problem with 
blind ideology. And those who are ideological-driven to a fault are never going to be able to take 
this party back into relevancy." 
         -- Lindsey Graham on why he is gay for Sotomayor,    Link
 
 

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Rich never had it so good

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 Excerpt:
The foot soldiers are the Land Rover Liberals. These Democratic lawmakers secure their lefty labels by wearing pink-ribbon 
lapel pins and supporting good causes like abortion rights. However, being affluent and/or from affluent districts, they routinely 
drive their luxury cars over middle-class economic interests. Hence, this week's letter from Democratic dot-com tycoon 
Rep. Jared Polis, of Boulder, Colo., and other Land Rover Liberals calling for the surtax's death.

Echoing that demand are the Corrupt Cowboys -- those like Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., who come from the heartland's 
culturally conservative and economically impoverished locales. These cavalrymen in both parties quietly build insurmountable 
campaign war chests as the biggest corporate fundraisers in Congress. At the same time, they publicly preen as jes' folks, 
make twangy references to "voters back home," and now promise to kill the healthcare surtax because they say that's what 
their communities want. Cash payoffs made, reelections purchased, the absurd story somehow goes that because blue-collar 
constituents in Flyover America like guns and love Jesus, they must also reflexively adore politicians who defend 1-percenters' bounty.

That fantastical fairly tale, of course, couldn't exist without the Millionaire Media -- the elite journalists and opinion-mongers 
who represent corporate media conglomerates and/or are themselves extremely wealthy. Ignoring all the data about inequality, 
they legitimize the assertions of the 1-percenters' first two battalions, while actually claiming America's fat cats are unfairly persecuted.
 

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Palin Popularity Crashes

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 Excerpt:
Sarah Palin gained fame ó and to some infamy ó since she embarked on a vice-presidential bid less than a year ago.
Her surprising departure from Alaska's top office is gaining her something else: questions over her motives and next big move.

She leaves office Sunday with her political future clouded by ethics probes, mounting legal bills and dwindling popularity.
A new Washington Post-ABC poll puts her favorability rating at 40 percent, with 53 percent giving her an unfavorable rating.
The Republican governor also faces an array of queries about why she is quitting.
 

When Grandpa picked her to be his running mate, she had an 84% approval rating in Alaska.
Once the world found out how stupid she was, and how arrogant she was and how proud
she was of her stupidity and arrogance, she dropped to 40 percent.

Yet 70 percent of right-wing handjobs want her to run for president..
 

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Quotes

"Another governor has been tagged as a client of the same hooker that Eliot Spitzer used. 
  Well, I know who it is, but I don't have a source that's firm enough. Yes, it's a blue state, 
  and there's lot of eagles in this state." 
      -- the vulgar Pigboy, making more wild claims,     
 

 Well, Alaska has more eagles than anybody.
 Is that why Palin quit? 
 Because she got caught with Spitzer's hooker?

 

 Or is he talking about Gov Ed Rendell and the Philadelphia Eagles?
 Or is he talking about Gov Musclehead and the Henley/Frey Eagles?
 

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Subject: Please don't Taser my balls

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The mouse doesn't care that the leopard is sniffing him.
The mouse ate the leopard food until he got full.

Meanwhile, the leopard is a senate Democrat,
afraid that the mouse might attack him.


The death of professionalism
 by Gene Lyons

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 Excerpt:
Two big things about Cronkite and his times made him different from today's multimillionaire news celebrities. 
First, he came up as a print journalist, covering ball games, school fires, city council meetings and the Texas state Legislature. 
He knew a fact from an opinion, how to distinguish a reliable source from the other kind and how to construct an airtight story. 
He was a news professional, devoted to craft. I suspect he'd have walked off the set rather than devote an entire newscast 
to a pop singer's death, never mind entire weeks. 

Second, Cronkite grasped the purely arbitrary aspects of TV celebrity. Fame never went to his head. In retirement, he conducted 
a long-running feud with CBS executives he thought sacrificed journalistic values to the star system and bottom-line greed. 

"Something is seriously out of balance," he wrote in his 1996 autobiography, "when the top people receive such huge wages
while the networks drastically cut their staffs to meet grossly reduced budgets." 

The exacting standards that Cronkite and his colleagues established have all but vanished. One of the right-wing noise machine's 
signal achievements has been to devalue even the possibility of his kind of professionalism. It's all propaganda to them. 

We'll not soon see Walter Cronkite's like again. 
 
 

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Subject: Rachel Maddow slams Texas Gov. Perry on Health Care

Bart, check this out.
 Traci

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Bush and Cheney's Final Days
 Damn, that's fun to write

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 Excerpt:
Hours before they were to leave office after eight disasterous years, Bush and his Dick had one final and painful piece 
of business to conclude. For over a month Cheney had been pleading, cajoling, even pestering Bush to pardon Scooter Libby.   
Libby had been convicted of obstructing an investigation into the Plame leak by senior White House officials. The Libby pardon, 
aides reported, had become a crusade for Cheney, who seemed prepared to push his nine-year-old relationship with Bush to 
the breaking point - and perhaps past it - over the fate of his criminal friend. "We don't want to leave anyone on the battlefield," 
Cheney argued. Bush had already decided the week before that Libby was undeserving and told Cheney so, only to see the 
question raised again. A top adviser to Bush says he had never seen the Dick focused so single-mindedly on anything.
 
With one day to go before both men left office, Bush informed Cheney that Libby would not get a pardon. On Inauguration Day, 
the Dick gave a warm tribute to Bush in a private ceremony as the Fuhrer prepared to leave for Texas. A day later, Cheney gave 
an interview saying he disagreed with the Fuhrer's decision on the Libby pardon.  Other Libby backers were quoted in the article, 
calling Bush "dishonorable" and saying he had left a soldier on the battlefield, language Cheney had used throughout the debate 
over the pardon. Bush believes that his Dick was "probably blinded by his personal loyalty to Scooter," a White House aide says. 
Cheney had pressed the issue as far as he could but finally conceded. "The Dick knew there was a line out there that he was getting 
very close to but couldn't cross," says a former senior official. 'The Fuhrer knew that he needed to help make sure that Cheney 
didn't cross that line either."
 

But if Attorney General Eric Holder declines to prosecute the Bush bastards for their crimes, 
Libby won't ever be forced to talk so there's no reason for the Dick to be sure he stays quiet
 

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Cambridge Police Misconduct?

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 Excerpt:
Interesting as it is to speculate about Henry Louis Gates and the Cambridge Police Department, the attention reflects 
an unfortunate feature of American public discourse: you've got someone like Radley Balko who spends the bulk of his 
career documenting the most grave instances of police misconduct imaginable -- including cases that involve the incarceration 
of innocent people for years on end -- and most of even the egregious cases he writes about never break into mainstream 
conversation, whereas a minor altercation involving a Harvard professor who isn't even being charged with a crime spawns 
wall-to-wall media coverage. 

Wrongly arrest a black men who happens to be a Harvard professor, release him without filing charges, and the national 
press corps asks the president to comment. Wrongly imprison for years on end a black man who happens to be working class 
and without celebrity, and the national press corps continues to utterly ignore a criminal justice system that routinely convicts 
innocent people. Apportioning blame for this sorry state of affairs isn't as important as recognizing that the news we get on 
these matters reflects a value system that is seriously flawed, and that news consumers bear blame for too.
 

Isn't it most likely that all three - the cop, the professor and Obama, over-reacted?

The cop taught racial sensitivity classes to other cops for 5 years. He was hand-picked 
by the Black mayor for the job, so why would he arrest an old man who walks with a cane?

And Gates was, apparently, screaming "Racist sons of bitches" at the cops and he refused to stop.
The cops claim they told him to calm down or he'd be arrested and he kept going.

I've been plenty angry, but never so angry that I wouldn't calm down when the man 
with the badge and the gun ordered me to under threat of arrest.

And why did the usually cool-and-calm Obama say the cops acted "stupidly?"
Obama pulled a Mama Judd and - in effect - claimed he was there, which is crazy.

But the bigger point this article makes is more serious.
There are innocent people doing life in prison because some fucked state attorney
ruled that the innocent man didn't get his Innocence Project paperwork together in time.

Law enforcement tends to have a lot of Nancy Grace's (not a compliment.)
They KNOW these (usually) Black men are innocent, but they just don't care.
If it was their white friend or white relative, they'd move f-ing mountains to get them out.

But when it's "just a nigger," nobody cares?
 

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Quotes

"See, you won with 52 percent but the president took your district with 59. And I think it's high time 
we come back and say thanks. Do you have any idea how much noise Air Force One makes when it 
lands in Eau Claire, Wisconsin? We're going to have a party Congressman, you should come, it's going 
to be great. Right in town square, right in the band gazebo, that's where the president is going to drape 
his arm around the shoulder of some assistant DA we like, and you should have your camera with you, 
you should get a picture of that, because that's going to be the moment you're finished in Democratic 
politics. President Bartlet is a good man, he's got a good heart, he doesn't hold a grudge. That's what 
he pays me for."
      -- fictional Josh Lyman from West Wing, on how to keep Blue Dog Dems in line,   Video
 

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Subject: Is this Tripp or Trig?

Look at this picture of Levi Johnston and his dad, holding what is supposed to be Tripp.

Tripp was born during an Alaskan winter. 
How many people wear T-shirts, even inside, during that kind of weather?
Maybe it was summer time....

Also, look at Levi's T-shirt. It's a McCain Palin campaign  T-shirt.  
Why would he be wearing this in January when the campaign was long over?

I suspect that this picture was taken during the spring or summer of 2008, and that this child is Trig.
 Dr Babs
 

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Subject: Obama's Birth Certificate

It's very simple: his mother was a US citizen, so therefore, he is as well. 
If I had been born on a airplane over the Pacific, what would I be a citizen of ? 
( My mother WAS a US citizen)
 
Case closed, regardless of  paperwork.
  Bob in Leicester, NC 
 

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Subject: Blue Dog Democrats

Bart,

The President and by extension the Democrats may be losing the message on health care reform.
Of course having members of your own Party (The Blue Dogs) oppose your efforts each step of the way, doesn't help.
To accomplish something (fill in the blank), the President has to fight members of his own party, the media, and the Republicans.

Why do we have Blue Dogs anyway? Can you tell me? 
There's nothing to compare in the GOP. They get on and stay on the same page or message.

You never see the phrase "divided Republicans". 
But I see, and hear, about "divided Democrats" all the time these days.
A Blue Dog is little better than a Republican.

They are going to cost the Democrats seats in 2010 
and maybe even the President a second term if this keeps up.
 Mary Lou
 

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"These are ludicrous claims, there is no factual basis for them. Why give the birthers any airtime? 
Lou Dobbs on his radio show said, "I believe the president is a citizen of the United States." But he 
keeps raising these questions, complaining about criticism from "limp-minded, lily-livered lefties." 
Is it responsible for Dobbs and others to go on the air, talk about these claims, demand proof, when we 
have seen a copy of the birth certificate? Hawaii officials say Obama was born there in 1961." 
     -- Howard Kurtz, in a rare flash of sanity,   Link
 

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Subject: Health Care and Democrats

Bart:
It seems that some Democrats in Congress think that they can vote against Obamaís health care reform proposal.   
I donít want to have more than one loyalty test for Democratic politicians, but I do want one, and that one is health care. 

When it comes time to vote on health care reform, any Democrat that doesnít vote for it is worse than a Republican. 
Any Democrat that doesnít vote for health care reform needs to be booted from the caucus, stripped of committee chairs 
and seats and voted against at the polls in the next election. This is the issue our party has fought hard for forty years. 
I have never voted or walked a precinct for a Republican, but I will do both if it means removing any Democrat 
betraying the party from office on the issue of health care.

The Republicans have whipped their party into oblivion by demanding this kind of loyalty, 
and we should not do it except on this one issue.

If Democrats donít stand for something, then we stand for nothing.
 E.L. Deflagrante
 

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Do they have eagles in Louisiana?


Subject: that captured soldier

I live in the same town as Bowe Bergdahl, the private captured in Afghanistan.  I know this kid (only casually, from visiting 
with him in the coffee shop where he worked before he signed up for this mess). He is a good kid; just another victim of the 
Military Industrial Complex.  

The reaction in our small town has been incredible, all the shops have "Bring Bowe Home" signs, candlelight vigils, ect.  
I hope this event helps people understand the fallacy of encouraging our kids to sign up to "protect and serve".  
He wasn't over there protecting anything other than the profits of the war industry.  In his video he says 
"Please, please bring us home so that we can be back where we belong and not over here, wasting our time 
and our lives and our precious life that we could be using back in our own country,"  

Prompted by his captives or not, wiser words have not been uttered on the MSM. 
I sure hope he gets home safely.
 Mike
 

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Subject: Will Dems make the same mistake again?

In 1993 the Democrats failed to pass health care reform. They also turned on the Clintons distancing themselves
from him as far as possible. As a result the Democrats lost both the House and the Senate in the 1994 election.

Today Democrats are faced with the same choice. Hopefully they won't make the same mistake again.
In this Internet age, if the Democrats fail to put the interests of the corporate bribers ahead of the people
then the people will rise up against them in 2010. We'll see if they remember 1994.

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Poker Players Descend on Capitol Hill

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With health-care dominating the news, you're forgiven for not knowing that it is also National Poker Week.
Dozens of dedicated players have descended on the Hill over the past few days to argue against the fed's fight with poker.
The Poker Players Alliance contends that poker should not be subject to the stringent regulations applied to other forms of
online gambling because theirs is a game of skill and strategy involving complex risk calculations. Most other forms of gambling,
like slot machines, are simple matters of luck, they claim. While dealing cards introduces an element of chance, poker players
say beyond that, it is a game that rewards learning and analysis. They believe that the act of placing a bet is more akin to
"making a move" in other games than it is to basic gambling.
 

Well, duh!
If poker is just luck, then any schmoe can sit down with the pros and take their money, right?

Years ago - it might even have been Inhofe when he was mayor of Tulsa - they tried to make foosball illegal.
They said it was a game of chance, not skill.

Someone offered to play the mayor or District Attorney (I forget) and after smoking him 5-0 again and again,
he was forced to admit it was a game of skill.

Whoever claims poker is not skill needs to mortage their home and take $100K to Vegas and prove it.
Those sharks will take your $100K in a matter of minutes.
 

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Britney will kill herself, says doctor

 

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A doctor who briefly dealt with Britney Spears while she was forcibly committed in Cedars-Sinai hospital 

has broken his silence on the affair and expressed concern over Britney's current regime.

Dr Martin Chan was working in the Psychiatric ward when he was temporarily asked to observe Britney.

'She was totally imbalanced and seemed seriously disturbed' Chan noted.

'I don't believe for one minute that such systemic and at that time serious embedded mental issues could 
have gone away in less than two years. Now she is back on the gruelling concert circuit and this seems 
highly irresponsible and dangerous. I fear if she is allowed to continue touring her she will again experience 
a breakdown. She might end up being the next Michael Jackson: this could kill her."
 

Isn't this an odd time to make that prediction?
She's back in shape, the radio is playing her songs and she's showing up for work on time.
Where's the instability that's worrying this headline-seeking doctor?
 

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...   Shirley's tough times

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