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 Tuesday,  Feb 9, 2010   Vol 2468 - Cool Brees

Quote of the Day

"Bipartisanship is Obama's kryptonite. 
  It robs him of his power. But he is constantly 
  drawn back to it, over and over again. And he
  is supposed to have some kind of awesome 
  ability to learn???" 
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"Obama wants a televised summit on health care with the Republicans. What does this mean? 
  The idea of a genuinely bipartisan health care bill is defunct. But Obama seems wedded to the illusion 
  that Republicans are actually interested in reasoning together - as opposed to doing whatever they can 
  to crush him. How much more of this will it take before Obama and the Democrats grasp that bipartisanship 
  is a dead letter, a lousy tactic, and a sign of presidential weakness?" 
     -- Robert Kuttner,     Link

 How can everybody see the same thing - except Obama?

 "Jesus Christ on a half-eaten communion wafer, what the FUCK? 
  Yeah, like this whole "bipartisan" crap worked so well the last 50 times he tried it? 
  Seriously, at what point does repeating this same shit over and over and hoping for 
  a different outcome NOT define 'insanity'?"?" 
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Bush, Cheney and the Great Escape
 by William Rivers Pitt


With each passing day, it becomes more and more astonishing to encompass the fact that Bush and Cheney 
have managed thus far to escape any accounting whatsoever for the massive battery of criminal activity committed 
during their time in office. More than a year has passed since these men had their hands on the levers of power, 
and evidence of their myriad crimes and frauds is laying all over the countryside, yet nothing has come of it.

Once again, we see the Democrats playing patty-cake while the GOP plays hardball.
They impeavch our guy for having a girlfriend while we give them a pass for rape, torture and invasions.
Obama's refusal to lead is killing his chances at sucess and his party's chances in November..

The Brits have been running a wide-ranging inquiry into the manner in which the UK and United States were led 
to war in Iraq by Bush and his Poodle, Blair. An astonishing amount of damning evidence and information has been 
uncovered and publicly aired, including the following statements delivered by a senior member of Parliament (MP) on Tuesday:

A senior Welsh MP said last night he knew "for certain" Blair and Bush struck a deal to invade Iraq in Crawford in 2002
- a year before war was declared. Elfyn Llwyd, Plaid Cymru's parliamentary leader, said he had seen a confidential memo 
to that effect, although he would not divulge its exact contents.

If you rob a bank and the local cops see no reason to arrest you, was a crime committed?
If you rape a woman and the local cops see no reason to arrest you, was a crime committed?
If you torture a goat-herder and the Democrats see no reason to arrest you, was a crime committed?

Obama is choosing "be nice" over leadership.
That's a mistake.

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Subject: BTW Senator Obama - You're the President Now

There's a difference between getting elected and assuming leadership and I'm still waiting for 
President Obama to assume leadership. Obama's management style seems to be that he's just 
another member of a team rather than the team captain. America is in a crisis and both the Democrats 
and the Republicans in Congress are acting like a class full of unruly 10 year olds with a weak substitute teacher.

I am asking you Mr. President today to take charge. I am asking you to be a leader. I am asking you 
to assume your role as the decider. You are the chief executive and you are in charge. You are the leader 
but you have yet to assume leadership. A year ago we made you the most powerful man on the planet. 
We gave you the power and we expect you to use it. Instead you're like a Jedi Knight who won't use The Force. 
You're like Superman in his role as Clark Kent. You're like Charlie Brown who just tries to keep kicking
the football just to have it jerked away by Congress at the last minute.

It is time, Mr. President, for you to take charge. It's time to open up a can of whoopass and set Congress straight. 
It's OK to be reasonable and rational in the way you make decisions but please, if you are passionate about 
something you can at least raise your voice and show it. Here in real America things are so bad that we are 
waking up in the middle of the night screaming. We want to hear you scream too. The role of President was 
given to you. We are still waiting for you to claim it. Be the leader! 
 Marc Perkel

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"He has a very aggressive agenda from which he has retreated not one bit. And so when 
  he extends his hand, he says, "I ask only one thing of Republicans, and that is that you quit 
  being Republicans," and they respectfully decline. If you have an aggressive agenda, 
  you're going to have to push it aggressively in a partisan manner."
       -- George Will, pretending Obama is too agressive,  Link

  Obama seems to be taking political advice from his braindead enemies.

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Subject: Torture debate

Yo Bart,
I don't take disagreement as a personal attack and I don't understand people who do. 
I enjoy the occasional "lively" conversation. 
It keeps minds sharp and at my age I need all the sharpening I can get. 
Also, If I agreed with everything you put on the page there's be no reason for me to read it.
Have a great week.

Steve, that was a nice island of sanity - thanks.

I'll bet most people, under extreme circumstances, would do anything 
to save their children but until then, I'm just trying to keep things real.

Subject: Torture debate

Bart, you wrote:

"If you have the combination to a safe and I have knitting needles,
  I'll have that combination in less than five minutes so torture does work "
But what if I don't have the combination to some safe and you use those knitting needles on me? 

I don't get your question.
If you have C-4 underwear, you can't plead innocence.
If you're the manager of a bank, you can't plead ignorance to the combination.

In your mind, I absolutely know that combination and you won't be satisfied 'til 
I give up some numbers...any numbers. Sure, you'll soon find out I was lying, 
but at least you've stopped shoving knitting needles in my ears for now. 

I know you'll be back at it ... say another 85 times ...and I'll just make up 
some more numbers, because I really don't know the combination to the safe.
 Ronald H

I think I see what you're saying.  Bush & Cheney wouldn't mind torturing every 
goat herder in Afghanistan to see if anyone might know anything about anything. 

I agree - that's crazy and I'd never be a party to that.

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 by Jacob Weisberg


Why is Washington paralyzed? There's Obama's tactical missteps, the obstinacy of congressional Republicans, 
rising partisanship, the blustering idiocracy of cable-news, and the Senate filibuster, which has devolved into a 
super-majority threshold for any important legislation. These are all large factors, to be sure, but that list neglects 
what may be the biggest culprit: the childishness, ignorance, and growing incoherence of the public at large.

A shot of Chinaco to Jacon Weisberg for telling the truth.

Anybody who says you can't have it both ways clearly isn't reading opinion polls. One year ago, 59 percent liked 
the stimulus plan.  A few months later, while still in recession, a majority says Obama is spending too much money on it. 
Idiots simultaneously demands and rejects action on unemployment, deficits, health care, climate change, and other problems. 
Sixty percent of Americans want stricter regulations of financial institutions. But nearly the same proportion says we're suffering 
from too much regulation on business. That kind of illogic - or, if you prefer, susceptibility to rhetorical manipulation - is what 
locks the status quo in place. 

A wise man once wrote:

"We want two things, dammit. 
  We want jobs and we want Obama 
  to stop spending money to create jobs." 
     -- tea-bagging handjobs at their convention 

Wait, that was no wise man - that was me.

People are super-f-ing stupid and Obama does not know this.
Obama knows how to appeal to smart people, but they are a tiny minority.
Obama really, really needs someone on his staff who can speak to super-stupid people.

You know who agrees with me?


"Obama’s political challenge, however, is that millions of ordinary voters don’t have a clue, 
  so he’s got to find ways to tell them over and over again until they do."
     -- Gene Lyons    Link

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America Is Not Yet Lost
 by Paul Krugman


The truth is that given the state of American politics, the way the Senate works is no longer 
consistent with a functioning government. Senators themselves should recognize this fact and 
push through changes in those rules, including eliminating or at least limiting the filibuster. 
This is something they could and should do, by majority vote, on the first day of the next Senate session.

Don’t hold your breath. As it is, Democrats don’t even seem able to score 
political points by highlighting their opponents’ obstructionism.

A shot of Chinaco to Paul Krugman for telling the truth.
Is today Tell The Truth Tuesday or something?

It should be a simple message (and it should have been the central message in Massachusetts): a vote for
a Republican, no matter what you think of him as a person, is a vote for paralysis. But by now, we know 
how Obama deals with those who would destroy progress. Sure enough, Robert Gibbs, the White House 
press secretary, accused Mr. Shelby of “silliness.” Yep, that will really resonate with voters.

Krugman has nailed it again.
When the teabaggers said "Obama is a foreign Muslin who hates America," Obama said, "That's silly."

Obama thinks that solved the problem and that's why we lost Teddy's seat - because Obama can't see the facts.
He continues down the road of ignorance and that's killing the Democrats - why can't he see the obvious?

If/When we lose the House and Senate in November, will he see it then?

Well, America is not yet lost. But the Senate is working on it."

If only we could get Obama to wake up.

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"Republicans believe the status quo is unacceptable, but so is 
  any health reform package that spends money we don’t have..." 
     -- Eric Cantor, who sat silent for eight years while Bush
         borrowed money from China to give the super-rich tax cuts,    Link

 Too bad there's not one Democrat who will call them on this.

 Obama wants to fix health care and all he gets from the GOP is "Up yours, nigger" 
 and Obama smiles and says, "That's OK, I'll ask you again tomorrow."

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Just Gimme Some Truth
 by David Michael Green


Every country has its challenges, and compared to much of the rest of the world 
I'd take our particular batch hands-down. It's just that so many of ours are self-inflicted.

Still, looking out across the panoply of peril, all the unfortunate ways in which we get it wrong 
as a society, I can't help but think that what's at the bottom of the stack, providing a foundation 
for the rest, is a profound national stupidity. 

I'm going to run out of Chinaco before this issue is over.

Our biggest single problem is our (often willful) ignorance. That's the single national characteristic that 
enables so many of our other maladies. If only we would allow ourselves to think, so much of the inanity 
that passes for normal in our politics would be laughed off the stage, and we'd all sure be a lot better off for it.

This is what I found most compelling about candidate Obama (as opposed to President Obama, who's been one 
disappointment after another). Whether he was talking about dumb wars, or the fear-marketing of guns, gays and god, 
or addressing the question of race in America, Obama would sometimes do something that America hadn't seen in its 
political class since Jimmy Carter was in the White House: He would sometimes tell the truth.

Fuck the truth.
Mondale told the truth and what did it get him?
Gore told the truth and what did it get him?
Kerry told the truth and what did it get him?

Bart's Law #1 ...and it's Number One for a reason.
Don't EVER tell the truth in a political campaign.  
People WANT to be lied to.  
If you doubt me, ask President Mondale about telling the truth.  

Mondale: "I'm going to raise your taxes, and Reagan is going to raise your taxes.
The difference is I'm telling you the truth," and Mondale lost 76 states that year.

People don't want to hear, "You need to eat your vegetables."
People want to hear, "You can eat all the candy you want and never get a cavity."

Our poor clueless Democrats have no idea what politics is about.
You know your party is in trouble when the Tequila Okie knows more than the "experts." 

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Subject: Palin Writing on her Hand


The writing on the hand doesn't bother me that's the fact that 
she doesn't have the intelligence to know what she wanted to write on her hand....

 ha ha

I saw that, but it didn't hit me until you mentioned it.
I've been told that meth dealers write phone numbers and addresses
on their hands  because they can't remember a goddamn thing.

This clearly demonstrates the level of preparation she puts into anything...
Keep Hammering!!
 Northern California Dave

So, (my best Glenn Beck impersonation) is this proof that Palin is a meth dealer?

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"Electing a president who needs to write "energy" and "taxes" on her hand
 is like boarding a plane with a pilot who has 'landing gear' written on her hand."  
     -- iLoveOldNY,    Link

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Subject: hi bart - torture comment

Hi bart:

Somebody told me that you wrote on your site that "pulling an 8-year-old girl's 
fingers and toes off with pliers and then sawing her arms and legs off -- all without 
anesthesia -- is very, very rarely the answer, but info obtained might be good, 
even if sometimes it's not". Can that be true? (I respectfully disagree.)

ha ha

Yep, kiddie torts is my hobby, and I don't care who knows it!

Can you explain when that might be the answer? 
Thanks, I'll take my answer on the page.
"Special" Ed in Fremont,

But you raise a really good point by making "sawing her arms and legs off"
as a point of reference because, by comparison, that broken finger seems benign.

If you compare this

to this

where exactly do you draw the line?

Good liberals are chanting "Never, no, no - not ever" while I'm looking at
a broken finger vs 3,000 dead and I wonder if my party is good at math.

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"What a great country it is where a mentally retarded woman 
  can become speaker of the house?" 
     -- Ann Coulter, insulting Sarah Palin's baby,    Link

  I wonder if Palin will call her on it?
 Oh, that's right - Coulter has an "R" after her name so there's no foul.


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New Orleans Celebrates


Have you ever seen a city dance?

I have. I’m standing on the corner of Bourbon and Iberville.
It’s the day of the first black-and-gold Super Bowl, and I’m watching the crowds go wild.

It boggles the senses, standing here. It’s like being submerged in a black-and-gold ocean,
immersed in sounds and smells and feelings that are dizzying and moving and wonderful.

There’s music everywhere, on every corner of every street. There’s music in the bars and restaurants
— music in the streets and on the sidewalks. There are all kinds of songs being sung in all kinds of styles
and keys, but they’re all up-beat, they’re all jubilant, and they’re all meant for dancing.

And there’s plenty of dancing going on. From one end of the city to the other, there’s always a beat.
And where there isn’t, some black-and-gold-clad zealot leaps up and yells, and the whole seething crowd erupts in answer.

“Who Dat? Who Dat? Who Dat say ’dey gonna beat them Saints?”

I'm glad they got their victory.

I didn't recognize it at the time, but I was very emotional during the game.
I expected Manning to crush them, but I kept hoping they'd somehow win.

Then in the fourth quarter, just as Manning was marching in to tie the game,
Tracy Porter stepped in front of the intended receiver and suddenly,
EVERYBODY in that stadium and EVERYBODY watching at home came to the 
realization at the same second that the Saints were actually going to win the big one.

Icing on the cake - as he was running towards the end zone, Tracy Porter 
(Can you imagine how hard his heart was beating during that run?) was pointing out
potential tacklers to his teammates and they did their jobs and boom, it was over

Monday I was watching Whore CNN and Rick Sanchez said, "The Saints' plane is landing
and we'll get to see the New Orleans crowd at the airport greet their hometown heroes."

But - we never got to see that because the sons of bitches diverted their cameras to Los Angeles
so they could get that all-important footage of the Jackson family walking into a courthouse.

When they came back to Louie Armstrong Airport (I just love that) they showed an SUV
driving off and Sanches said some team members were in that vehicle.

Way to go, CNN.

You promised us a BIG party and you delivered a funeral.

Today, Tuesday, New Orleans is throwing the Saints a parade at 5PM local time.
That should be a lot of fun to watch - I think I'll trust MSNBC this time.

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Subject: That hopey changey thing

Sarah Palin is asking us, "How is that hopey, changey thing workin' out for ya?" 
Probably about as well as abstinence is working out for your family.
 Marc Perkel

Funny that the loser is taunting the winner.

It's like the Colts taunting the Saints - it makes no sense.

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Subject: Ruby and Oswald

Hi Bart,

I just turned 60 last December, which means I was old enough to witness
the coverage of JFK's assassination.  I was in 8th grade at the time and
school was excused just after JFK's death was made public.

That being said, let me suggest an excellent book on the topic:

"Ultimate Sacrifice", by Lamar Waldron and Thom Hartmann

This is THE most well-researched writing I've seen on this subject.  
The short story:  The mob infiltrated a plan to kill Castro and was able to
use the cover of that plan to kill JFK and later, RFK, both of whom were
pursuing the mob in the courts.

In your not-so-copious-quantity of spare time, grab a copy of this book
and give it a close read.

Supporting you from the Left Coast,

Michael, that was in this Discovery series.
It was Santos Traficante - he said the CIA came to him with cash to kill Castro.
He pocketed the CIA's money and said, "We'll get to work," but never did anything.

Then Bobby came after Hoffa and this was right as Castro took Cuba and shut down
the casinoes* that Traficante was running, maybe to the tune of $1M a day in 1959 dollars.

Plus, (It's hard to keep up) wasn't Traficante involved with Judith Exner?

And while we're at it - who killed Marilyn Monroe?

The highest profile, richest and most inportant government figures in our history
have been assassinated before our very f-ing eyes and the story never makes sense.

The LA coroner said MM died of an overdose of pills, but there were no 
gelatin pill remnants in her stomach so how did the drug get in her system? 

When was the last time a shooting story made sense? 

OJ Simpson?
Nobody has any idea what happened that night.

Jon Benet Ramsey?
The Boulder cops learned nothing from the LA cop screw-ups?

The Bush bastards having dinner with the Hinckley's the night before their 
'insane' son shoots Reagan, the heartbeat between Poppy and control of Earth?

Lots of people don't know this...

George Bush was president for just under 12 years.
That's not legal under our constitution, not after FDR, but neither is Bush & Cheney 
running on the same ticket when they were both Texas residents.

Cheney flew to Wyoming to "change his address" so he wouldn't be a Texan,
even tho his home, his job and his property taxes were paid to the state of Tejas. 

The Democrats had no problem with the Bush bastards flaunting the Constitution.

You see, it wouldn't be right to stand up and say, "But that's illegal!"

      "Bush won twice - it's our job to follow his lead."

Democrats - they're all we got?

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"The newest song on The Who's set list was 32 years old; the oldest was 41, but it wasn't even 
  the tunes' over-familiarity that was the biggest problem. Townshend (64) and Daltrey (65) were 
  woefully flat and way out of sync during the unison vocal parts, and they relied on empty theatrics 
  to convey the musical energy of the Who when the Who really was the Who."
      -- self-important asshole Jim DeRogatis, the pop music critic at the Chicago Sun-Times    Link

 Why couldn't the critics just enjoy the show?

 If you wanted musical perfection, you could've slept thru a perfect opera.
 Townsend and Daltrey know they're not kids anymore - so they should quit playing?

 In a way, that's all good rock 'n roll has to be.

 As far as the vocals, we could blame the guy doing the mixing.
 It sounded to me like the band got it right, but early on, Roger was singing harmony
 and he was a little bit louder than Pete so it sounded a little funny.

 And you complain about Townsend's "empty theatrics?"
 You wanted him to play "Won't Get Fooled Again" without the windmills?

 I never heard of Jim DeRogatis before.
 Sounds to me like he's not much of a music fan.

 Oh, and how terribly brave of him to attack a couple of old guys.
 If this was today's hottest young band that couldn't deliver the goods live - that'd be one thing.
 But this was like seeing a treasure at the Smithsonian - but they're still able to bring the EXCITEMENT,
 which is something I doubt we'd ever get from Jim DeRogatis, the heartless music expert. 

 If you didn't feel any "musical energy" Sunday night, 
 then you're certainly older than anyone that was on that Super Bowl stage.

 You'd think the pop music critic at The Chicago Sun-Times
 would at least know as much about rock 'n roll as Ol' Bart.

 Tell me, Jim, when you visit your mother, do you remind her
 that she was much prettier when she was younger?

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My Toyota has a Problem

I took my car in for it's regular oil change & check up.
I bought it used in September of 2004 and I'm now at 55,000 miles.

Lately, I noticed the seat belt retractor wasn't working properly so I told them
I would like to purchase a new one so the seat belt would stop getting caught in
the door when I exited in a hurry which is most of the time because I'm a busy
man and I have shit to do.

Swear to Koresh, the Toyota guy looks it up and he says the seat belt
retractor is considered part of the drive train (would I make this up?)
and that means it was covered under my 70,000 mile warranty.

Then they gave me a 2010 Toyota to drive for the day.

Damn, Toyota is nothing but trouble...

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