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Quote of the Day

"When's the last time you saw a 
  Republican get any meaningful 
  coverage on TV?"
     -- Pigboy, saying FOX News
         isn't a "meaningful" channel, 

 Pigboy, don't forget Meet the Whore.
 They always feature Rethugs.


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Will Illinois go Red, too? HOT
Arrow David Margolis: Hatchet Man HOT
Arrow Obama On the attack
Arrow GOP blocks Obama on security 
Arrow Obama wants TV Rematch HOT
Arrow Democrats Need to Sac Up
Arrow Why we hate Obama 
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Beatdown Quotes

"For some reason, the GOP allowed the cameras to roll at their retreat during a question time 
  session with Obama, and he spent the next hour and a half depantsing them. Pretty funny stuff." 
     -- John Cole,   Link

"I wonder who the idiot is who thought this format -- Republican idiots asking questions of Obama 
  at a podium -- was a good idea. We  might do well in the November elections after all." 
     -- Atrios,   Link

"Watching the entire House Republican Conference get taken to school by a guy 
  they claim is just an empty suit with a TelePrompter should make you feel sorry for them." 
     -- Mark Kleiman,   Link

"Obama really is good at this stuff. It doesn't come across as staged (like it might have with Gore 
  or Kerry) or pissy (like it might with Democrats in Congress). It comes across like a patient, 
  sane adult talking to crazy children. Which is exactly what it is."
     -- Doug J,   Link

"Obama was impressive. He was on the offense and didn't back down. 
  That's the President we need to see. He looked like a leader -- a very smart leader." 
     -- Joe Sudbay,   Link

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Will Illinois go Red, too?


In a state where Obama won by 25% in 2008, carrying sixteen of Illinois's nineteen congressional districts, 
the open Senate race looks very competitive. 

The likely winner of the GOP primary for the U.S. Senate seat on Tuesday is Mark Kirk (ahead by 53% to 18% 
in the most recent survey of the primary race). In the last two U.S. Senate races in Illinois, the GOP candidates 
against Obama in 2004 and Dick Durbin in 2008 averaged only 30% of the vote, suggesting that 2010 is a 
rare opportunity for a Republican to win in Illinois.

Some conservatives think Kirk is too moderate for their tastes. But assuming Kirk wins Tuesday, he has a 
real shot at winning a Democratic seat -- and not just any seat, but Obama's former seat, in a very blue state, 
against a Democrat who is on the far left side of the political spectrum. A conservative who sits out such a 
contest in November is, in effect, helping Harry Reid retain his Senate majority.

Maybe a better question is,
"Will the White House claim they were asleep again?"

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Pigboy was a judge at Miss America Saturday.
He wishes he was judging little brown boys.


"This President is an arrogant, thin-Skinned, prevaricator and I could tear him 
  limb from limb (figuratively speaking) in a Q & A give-and-take. 

 That's not true. The President has the facts on his side.
 All he has to do is list the facts and your Kung Fu is no good.

 I am watching him act like a haughty, angry, self-righteous, self-reverential (insert appropriate noun) 
 in his meeting with House Republicans right now, and he is lecturing them like they are teenagers. 

 If you thought Obama was angry and self-righteous in Baltimore, you ought to go a few rounds with me, asshole. 
 I'll show you what anger and self-righteous looks like. All Obama did was answer questions and you don't like 
 the way your small-minded bigots appeared on TV.

What an arrogant so-and-so...His tone was utterly inappropriate, his body language even worse. 

 You seem to think every horseshit charge you make will be taken seriously.
 Truth is, Obama is the least combative Democrat in a generation.
 He thinks you trogs are worthy of some respect - and you complain about that?

 That was not a polite give-and-take (although Republicans were polite); it was a stern, rhetoric-filled, 
 in-your-face lecture. He acts as if nobody ever has the right to question him seriously -- not only his are 
 they not to question his motives, but his assumpions, his purity, his conclusions, and his own sense of his 
 own exaltedness. This is a man with the soul of an authoritarian. And that is dangerous."
       -- Quin Hillyer,   Link

 Monkey, blow it out your ass.
 You're angry because the Rethugs got their asses whipped and everybody got to see it.

 You know it, I know it, the whore press knows it, Bob Dole knows it,
 and thanks to Jon Stewart, the American people know it, too.

 You wish you could go back in time and remove those TV cameras
 but you can't and everyone saw your flunkies get taken to the woodshed.

 Suck on it.

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Can't make up my mind Quotes

"Women’s Rights groups, like NOW, commendably call out advertisers and networks 
  for airing sexist and demeaning portrayals of women that lead to young women’s 
  diminished self-esteem and acceptance of roles as mere sexed-up objects." w
       -- Sarah Palin, Jan 26, who's famous because she's sexed up, on Facebook,   Link

"There are so many offensive commercials out there and, um. There's commercials 
  out there that belittle women and demean them and make them feel like sex objects 
  and I haven't heard a whole lot of protest from N.O.W. on that." 
      -- Sarah Palin, Jan 28, on FOX News,    Link

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Subject: Will Iran pass America in the Space Race?

On this day when Iran has launched a rocket into space we have to ask ourselves if it is wise for Obama to cut 
funding to NASA and cripple our ability to put people and equipment into space. I'm old enough to remember 
how I felt when we first went to the moon and I was one of those people who skipped school holding my breath 
for 4 1/2 minutes to watch Apollo 13 made it back from an in-flight explosion on the way to the moon.

In the 60s the space race defined our national identity as explorers. TV shows like Star Trek inspired a new vision
of the future. Yet now we have money to bail out banks, insurance companies, and auto makers. We have money 
to give tax breaks to the rich. We have money to fund war. But when it comes to our national identity as explorers, 
there is no money.

I want the Star Trek Future. I want America to explore strange new worlds; to seek out new life and new civilizations; 
to boldly go where no one has gone before. The idea that the Iranians are more interested in space than we are tells me 
that we have lost our national vision.
 Marc Perkel

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Why is Obama giving the torturers a pass?


Newsweek scooped the press with an article claiming to know the verdict of the Department of Justice 
Office of Professional Responsibility report on the investigations into the Bush bastards' torture program.

According to Newsweek, the original verdict of the report was changed after the report was 
reviewed by the attorneys accused, and then reassessed by long-time DoJ honcho, David Margolis. 

Gee, it must be nice to commit serious, global crimes and then write your own jury verdict.

Previously, the report concluded that two key authors - Jay Bybee, now a federal appellate court judge, 
and John Yoo, now a law professor - violated their professional obligations as lawyers when they crafted 
a crucial 2002 memo approving torture, say two Justice sources who asked for anonymity. But the reviewer, 
career veteran David Margolis, downgraded that assessment to say they showed “poor judgment.”

The shift is significant: the original finding would have triggered a referral to state bar associations for 
potential disciplinary action - which, in Bybee’s case, could have led to an impeachment inquiry.

So if you get caught robbing a liquor store, you must do hard time.
But if you authorize the torture of hundreds of goat herders,
you get to claim "poor judgement" and you walk away unscathed.

Good thing there was no oral sex or use of canabis.
Those "crimes" are taken very seriously in this country.

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Obama On the attack


During the election campaign last year, Obama and his team did a good job of highlighting the failings 
of John McCain. When McCain said the fundamentals of the economy were sound, Obama was not shy 
about telling the American people how out of touch McCain was. Nor was Obama reluctant to condemn 
the failed policies of the Bush bastards, who presided over the worst economic collapse in 75 years.

But once Obama was in office, he shifted from campaign mode to governing mode... 

Last week it looked as if Obama saw that in order to govern he needed to return to the campaign. 
He talked about bipartisanship, but he also went on the offensive against Republicans in Congress 
and their do-nothing approach to governance...

Obama needs to press his program with the blunt style of a political campaign, showing the people that 
the Republican program lines Republicans up on the side of the banks, the insurance industry, and the 
wealthiest few - the same few who are reaping those huge bonuses. Obama must continually remind us 
that most of the massive deficit now plaguing us was created by the Bush bastards and much of the rest 
was created in order to stem the tide of the recession that began under Der Monkey Fuhrer.

It should not be hard for Obama and other Democrats to paint opponents of reform into a corner. 
They need not resort to a demagogic populism to push for responsible laws. They only need to 
talk about what is happening in America today.

Otherwise known as Listing the Facts.
That's all they have to do to win, but they refuse to.

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Don't know what I think Quotes

Barbara Walters: You're a Lieutenant-Colonel. On Wednesday the president announced 
                              that he wants to repeal don't ask, don't tell. What's your view?

Scott Brown: I'd like to hear from the Generals in the field -

Walters: But Senator, your own view.

Brown: That's my view.  (ha ha - His view is that he wants to hear from others?)

Walters: So you can't say whether you're for or against it?

Brown: No. I'm going to wait to speak to the generals.
    --Sen. Scott Brown, in an interview with Barbara Walters,   Link

 I hear that citizens of Boston might change their name to Tea Bag City.
 Massachusetts, how could you send this braindead moron to represent you?

 You expect braindead morons from Oklahoma, not Massachusetts.

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"I so wanted to believe Attorney General Eric Holder when I sat in on his nomination hearings in D.C. 
  I lost count of how many times he said 'no one is above the law'. Obama, Holder, Leahy, Whitehouse, etc etc…
  they all say it 'no one is above the law'. Complete bullshit. Do they want the peasants to believe in this 
  'no one is above the law' hogwash or not? Looks like not. "Torture" = poor judgments. Lies under oath 
  about blowjobs = impeachment. God all mighty it’s blowjobs that gets their justice juices going. Blowjobs. 
  What a pathetic justice system." 
      -- Leen,   Link

 This is another example of the stupid Democrats trying to play by the f-ing rules.

 Rethugs impeach our guy for having a girlfriend and Democrats do nothing 
 when the Bush bastards rape, rob, murder, torture and invade for profit.

 Democrats think impeaching the Torture Kings is an abuse of power.
 They are such sacless children, I'm ashamed to call myself a Democrat.

 If there was anywhere else to go, I would've gone there years ago.

"Remember, we mustn't 'look back'. Obama thinks it would be rude to do so." 
  -- StratRat    Link

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Subject: Las Vegas

Hi Bart,

The mayor of Las Vegas says that Obama is not welcome in his city. In that case, I am not welcome. 
I urge others to consider themselves persona non grata in Las Vegas until our president is welcome there 
(whether or not he chooses to go is another matter).
 Larry formerly by the Sea

What Obama said was right.

"When times are tough, you tighten your belts. You don't go buying a boat when you can barely 
  pay your mortgage. You don't blow a bunch of cash on Vegas when you're trying to save for college."

Truth is, you can go to Vegas and spend very little money.
There are at least 100 free things to do in Vegas, including just walking around and seeing the sites.

If the mayor of Vegas wants to be stupid, that shouldn't discourage people from going.
If I can't sell my Southwest Airlines tickets, we'll go to Vegas rather than let them expire.

Last time we went to Vegas we got a great room for $56 and they threw in a bottle of vodka.
No other city in America gives you value like Las Vegas.

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Subject: Perkel's Toyota letter in USA Today

You've got to hand it to Marc - he knows how to write letters that get attention!

The same letter I read on Bartcop last week is in today's USA Today. 
Now, if USA Today would only follow your lead (and Marc's) on so many other 
important issues instead of wasting ink on people like Jonah Goldberg. 

Jerry @ The Beat Museum
540 Broadway
San Francisco, CA 94133

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They are, by leaps and bounds, the best cars we've ever had.

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GOP blocks Obama on security


It's astonishing how many Republicans, and even some Democrats, have decided that controversial 
Bush-Cheney detention and interrogation policies didn't go far enough.

Although would-be shoe bomber Richard Reid was read his Miranda rights in 2001, the Obama team 
is being trashed for doing the same with would-be underpants bomber -- who is now providing useful 
information to interrogators. The Bush bastards tried Reid, as well as Zacarias Moussaoui, in federal 
criminal court, and convicted both; Obama's plan to try 9/11 mastermind Khalid Sheikh Muhammed 
in New York is being attacked by most Republicans as well as some New York Dems, who should know better.

Has anyone else noticed that the once-fierce GOP lately seems like a bunch of bed-wetters, afraid to 
let our Democratic institutions work to keep us safe? We've tried hundreds of terrorists in criminal court 
and convicted them, and they sit in supermax American prisons. Not one has gotten out to terrorize again. 
But now Republicans are claiming that the policies pursued by Bush and Cheney regarding criminal trials 
for terrorists aren't enough. We have to be kept even safer! But if we agree to be terrorized by the thought 
of using our institutions to protect us from terror, well, haven't the terrorists won? I'm confused.

When the rethugs accuse Obama of being soft on terror,
why don't the Democrats reply with, "We're just doing what Bush did."

How is it possible that they can't even muster the courage to say that?

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Obama wants Televised Rematch


President Obama wants a rematch.

After a rousing question-and-answer session between the president and Rethugs last week, 
Robert Gibbs is signaling this week that the president is open to Round Two - and maybe more.

"I believe we have been invited to speak to the Senate Republicans, and we will do so,” Gibbs said.

"I think the President enjoyed the give and take on these issues of importance. You guys seemed to 
think it was a worthwhile endeavor,” Gibbs said. “And I think opportunities like this for both sides 
are important to talk through our ideas."

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Democrats Need to Sac Up


Democrats need to realize, meanwhile, that sometimes the message isn't going to sink in until the sixth 
or seventh time that you repeat it. Before Tuesday's State of the Union, for instance, the White House 
had almost literally never mentioned that the stimulus contained a huge tax cut -- they shouldn't expect 
the public to believe it any more than Warner Brothers should expect a ton of people to go out and see 
their new movie if they only begin advertising it 48 hours beforehand.

Rather, the Democrats need to figure out what their November messages are now and begin planting seeds. 
You want to run on Republican obstructionism? Well then, don't neglect the golden opportunities that the 
Republicans are providing you with today, such as when they voted unanimously in the Senate against 
re-imposing pay-go rules or unanimously in the House against a very centrist financial regulation package. 

How many people know that House Republicans voted 174-0 against a jobs bill? 
It's probably not even 20 percent or 30 percent -- more like 2 or 3 percent, at best." 

I would say something about "listing the facts,"
but I know you're tired of hearing that.

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Ken Starr had 700 FBI agents combing thru Arkansas
trying to find women who would say they screwed Clinton.

That's 700 agents who could've been tracking bin Laden,
but you'll never hear a Democrat say that because....

Why we hate Obama
 by the racist Republican party


A new poll of more than 2,000 self-identified Republican handjobs illustrates the incredible paranoia 
enveloping the party and the intense pressure drawing lawmakers further away from political moderation.

The numbers speak for themselves -- a large portion of GOP voters think that Obama is racist, socialist 
or a non-US citizen -- though, when considering them, it is important to note that a disproportionate percentage 
of respondents are from GOP strongholds in the South (42 percent) as opposed to the Northeast (11 percent). 
This is a poll of self-identified Republicans, which means that teabagging handjobs are not included.

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"I think the biggest problem in the U.S. is far too large a percentage of our resources 
  go into the relatively unproductive segment of Defense. If we had not spent a trillion dollars in Iraq, 
  .we would have far more freedom now to respond to this short-term crisis." 
      -- Barney Frank, at the World Economic Forum,   Link

 Our defense spending is a lot like our health care spending.
 We spend trillions after trillions on defense - and we're constantly stuck in wars we can't win.

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Random thought...

Is anyone else getting tired of  Taylor Swift feigning shock 
and surprise when she wins something at an awards show?

Aren't we all tired of her "Who," act?

She won the big award at the Grammys, album of the year, and stood there for 
90 seconds like she was so surprised she didn't know how to locate the damn stage.

It's getting old, real old, Taylor.

Any why do lesser talents like Lady Gaga and Taylor Swift
have the balls to share a stage with a great performer like Beyonce?

If my only talent was wearing weird shit, 
I'd decline to perform when Beyonce was in da house.

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"When it comes to blowhards, Sarah Palin blows.  Hard.   It’s too bad her Tina Fey looks 
  don’t seem to accompany some Tina Fey smarts – not to mention she’d really suck on 30 Rock. 
  Sarah “Barracuda” is the Queen of  famewhoring – which is a feat, considering the woman has 
  never even read a magazine.  Here’s hoping Sarah’s future involves a public stockade and maybe 
  a dunk tank…anything that doesn’t group the words “Palin” and the number “2012” together."
      -- Apoliticus's Top Ren Political Famewhores,   Link

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Subject: Rahm's "fucking retard" comment


This article really pisses me off. If Rahm Emmanuel wants to win so badly, why does he seem so keen on losing? 
Why even bother to defend the conservative Democrats when they are essentially Republicans?

I don't understand why such a "brilliant" political strategist finds anything strategic about having a bunch of 
closet Republitards "on our side". Fuck 'em. Run the ads against the Blue Balls. Who wants these a-holes in our party? 
Someone who doesn't really want to win, that is certain. And not being able to win is, especially now, fucking retarded.

Oh, and who is this "Sarah Palin?" I didn't even know she had kids.

Hammer down!
 Minneapolis Matt

Upon learning that liberal special-interest groups were planning to run ads against conservative Democrats 
not supportive of health care reform, blasted the plan as "fucking retarded."  Naturally, some outrage ensued 
after Emanuel's words came to light, with Sarah Palin calling on Obama to fire him.

Palin, whose son Trig is afflicted with Down syndrome...

I don't understand why people who have a special needs loved one see that as an insult.
To me, retarded means "backwards," yet some people automatically associate that insult to their loved ones.

We should be angry at Rahm for saying the plan to fight the Blue Dogs is "fucking retarded."

Rahm and Obama seems to enjoy taunting their most loyal backers - that's what should make us angry,
not some slang word that has different meanings to different people.

Why is Rahm protecting the slugs who stand in the way of Obama's plans?

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"McCain has no reason to be the way he is. But he's become very, very -- kind of opposed to everything.
  The election's over. He should leave Obama alone." 
     -- Harry Reid, begging his political enemies to please play fair,   Link

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