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 Weekend-Monday,  Feb 13-15, 2010  Vol 2471 - Side Carpet

Quote of the Day

"Happy birthday to Sarah Palin. I hear
  John McCain bought her a Toyota. 
     -- Letterman

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Drug lobby snared Obama HOT
Arrow 88% Clueless on Tax Cuts HOT
Arrow Teabaggers finally Google 
Arrow McCain screwed up my life  
Arrow Crucible of Change HOT
Arrow Edwards - another Gingrich?
Arrow Obama's economic recovery 
Arrow Drawing Jennifer Love Hewitt 



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"He lost control of his sled, and he died."
     -- NBC's Olympic "experts" on the dead luger

Assumes facts not in evidence!
I don't think that conclusion can be credibly drawn Friday, minutes after his death.

I'm pissed off that those concrete pillers weren't wrapped with mattresses or bubble-wrap.
That kid's dead because the multi-billion dollar Olympic committee wanted to save $1500?

They say it's the fastest (most dangerous) slide in the f-ing WORLD,
but nobody thought to install water barrels in front of the concrete pillars?

This is like JFK riding in a convertible.

That luger's death was 100% preventable, but everyone
forgot to put pillows around the edges of the tampoline.

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How the drug lobby snared Obama
  by Joe Conason


Billy Tauzin, Washington's epitome of the legislator-turned-lobbyist, resigned from his job as PhRMA’s 
chief hustler this week. According to the New York Times, Tauzin surrendered his lavish expense account 
and $2 million salary because his bosses in the pharmaceutical industry believed he had somehow failed to 
safeguard their interests sufficiently while killing real healthcare reform. So he has gone off to pursue other 
interests, as they always say, but let us note that his firing reeks of ingratitude. Not only did Tauzin protect 
the industry from hundreds of billions of dollars in potential cost savings for consumers and taxpayers, 
but he managed to draw the Obama White House (meaning chief of staff Rahm Emanuel and his deputy 
Jim Messina) into a deal that discredited the reform effort -- and damaged the president's reputation.

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Subject: Toyota screws customers too


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From the Wizard of Whimsy


"The Tea Baggersy  will have a candidate in the Nevada U.S. Senate race. Assuming he'd
  draw votes away from Rethugs, it may be just the thing Harry Reid needs to survive."
     -- Political Wire,    Link

 So, victory knocks on Harry Reid's door.

 Think he'll bother to open it?

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Subject: Toyota

C'mon guys, I'm so old I remember when Toyotas were absolute crap. 
When a stiff crosswind could pop the door skin in. 

I remember those early cars.
The doors weighed about 5 pounds each.

I still think the "quality mystique" of Toyota came from early buyers 
trying to justify cheaping out on an automobile. 
I do not believe in Japanese infallibility any more than I do the Pope's.  
Anyone can fuck up, I mean, These are the people who picked a shooting fight in 1941.  
How did that work out for them?
Seriously, I think I'm only a year or two older than you so surely you remember those cars.  
And while I am not rabidly nationalistic or anti-Japanese I can't pass up a chance to both 
be a smartass or make a valid observation about Toyota history.

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Teabaggers finally Google "Teabag"


"I was wondering why every time I told people I was a Teabagger they kind of started giggling," 
said Tracy Klugian, a Teabagger from Elyria, Ohio. "I should use the Google and see what this is all about."

After Mr. Klugian Googled the word "teabag," he was shocked by what he discovered and shared 
his info with the Teabaggers' leadership, who are now actively looking for a new name for the group.

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Subject: Letter to the Editor

Dear sirs,

It has come to my attention that the head of the Republican Party, Michael Steele, in defending tax cuts
for the rich said that "a million dollars is not a lot of money."  Mr. Steele obviously does not live in Arkansas.

The average income per capita in Arkansas is $20,780 according the the Census Bureau.
That means that one would have to work, without paying any expenses at all, 49 years to make a million dollars.

Mr. Steele and the Republicans clearly live on Wall Street and not Main Street.
While most of us struggle with health care costs, unemployment and just living day to day,
Mr. Steele worries about his millions "not being a lot of money."

I guess Republicans really don't know, or care, very much about Arkansans.
 Wolf Grulkey, Alma, AR

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88% Clueless on Tax Cuts


Only 12 percent of the public say that Obama has lowered their taxes, despite the fact that 
the White House's stimulus package cut taxes for 95 percent of Americans, a new poll shows.

The rather remarkable number was part of a poll released on Friday and provides a somewhat 
dispiriting window into how the recession has altered political preceptions throughout the country. 
A tax cut of historic nature, passed by Congress last winter, has yielded few political benefits 
(and, some economists would argue, few economic ones as well). 

In addition, the poll found that 24 percent of respondents said that their taxes had 
actually increased under the Obama administration -- which is, again, not true.

Well, we can't fault the Democrats this time.
For the public to know what's going on, someone would have to tell them.

And since telling them would require standing up and speaking out,
that's not something our Democrats can do - so it's not their fault.

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Subject: Sam Clauder update 

To clarify the status of Sam Clauder, he has other lesser charges pending, 
so the total bail is still currently around $100,000.  You can verify this from 
the Case Report on the SB Superior Court Web site by including 
"Defendant's Other Cases" or doing a defendant search for Sam Clauder.

Thank you for your interest and support of Sam in his quest to prove his innocence.

Tim Prince, Civil Attorney
San Bernardino

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"The Democrats are already in such bad shape among independents, they may as well 
  go ahead and (pass health care) and give their base something to get excited about. 
  Dems' approval among independents is 19 percent. What more do they have to lose?"
     -- Nate Silver,    Link

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Subject: Why do we need military bases in Japan? 

Well, South Korea is just a few miles west of Japan, 
which means that North Korea is -- um -- immediately north of that.  

Since North Korea is a certified element of Obama's Bush composed tripod of evil, 
and since America never really gave Japan back to the Japanese (we've just been 
renting it to them for the past half century or more) after the last wartoendallwars, 
we just gotta' make sure that there are plenty of fire-bombs stockpiled nearby.

And then of course, there's China just next door and to the south ... 
the American Empire also has to keep tabs on that smoldering Dragon.

But now that North Korea has nukes, why are we there?
So we can nuke them after they kill 10,000 of our soldiers?

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McCain screwed up my life 
 says that idiot, Joe the Plumber


Joe the Plumber is no longer a fan of either Sarah Palin or John McCain, it seems.

Joe, who never was a plumber, told an audience in Pennsylvania this week that McCain "is no public servant."

"McCain was trying to use me," Plungerboy said, according to public radio correspondent Scott Detrow. 
"I happened to be the face of middle Americans. It was a ploy.”

"I don’t owe him shit," Plungerboy continued. "He really screwed my life up, is how I look at it.'"

Asshole, you ran into the spotlight like you were Paula Jones.  Back in 2008, every whore 
in the media (which is all of them) pretended you were hot shit and you went on some TV shows
to prove what an ignorant brainless fool you were.

You were a ignorant brainless fool when Obama knocked on your door
and you're an ignorant brainless fool today - so what's yer beef?

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Subject: your JFK theory makes you sound like a teabagger


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"The Muslim nations of Iraq and Afghanistan are opposed to homosexuality. 
  Changing "Don’t ask, don’t tell" would offend the terrorists in such a way that 
  could put soldiers - and America - at risk of further terrorist attacks."
     -- Gary Nodler, running for Roy Blunt’s GOP seat,   Link

 It's getting harder for me to understand these racist tea-baggers.

 We should discriminate against gays please the terrorists? 

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Random thought...

I really liked the Olympics opening ceremony.
They had a better light show and multimedia presentation than U2.

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Subject: Alternate pokerfest locations

Spent the weekend before the Super Bowl in Vegas. We stayed at Hooters Hotel & Casino 
(next door to the Tropicana and across the street from the MGM) for $19/night. 
I get monthly emails from the Luxor, begging me to stay there for $40/night. 
Imperial Palace is $34/night, and it's right across the street from Caesars. 

Does the Motel 6 actually pay you to come stay at their place?

Hooters wasn't The Wynn, by any stretch, but it was okay. 
They have a decent prime rib dinner for $9.95, with mashed potatoes and corn-on-the-cob. 
They also had $3 blackjack and $.50 roulette 24/7. I imagine if there were enough of us, 
they may set us up with a private poker room.

It's cheap to fly to Vegas right now, if you travel on the right days. That'd be my vote. 
OTOH, I don't partake of God's flowers, so I understand if I get out-voted.

Keep me posted on what you decide,
 Big Orange Jeff

Someone pointed out that the cheapest room in Breckenridge would probably be $100.

It's also more expensive to fly to Denver than Vegas (for most) and Denver's airport is
maybe 100 miles from Breckenridge so we'd need to rent a car or take the $80 shuttle.

It would've been expensive to smoke one in Breckenridge - Vegas not so much.
Our free tickets expire in May so we have to make a decision soon.

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"Is Abdulmuttalab answering questions or cooperating because he got a plea bargain?"
     -- Monica Crowley, who is a Junior Liz Cheney in training,     Link

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Subject: poker

Bart, do you still play poker online?

If so, where? I've been practicing up and
am thinking about joining your game sometime...

We haven't played in a long time.
Let me get with Robert (our poker host) and if I hear from a few people
who want to play I'll ask him to set up a game - he likes the $5 tourneys.

If you can make it last an hour that's cheaper than seeing Avatar.

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John Edwards - another Gingrich?
 Will he divorce his dying wife for "that slut?"


John Edwards is going to make his mistress his missus, according to a report in the National Enquirer.

The lousy liar has proposed to his baby-mama, Rielle Hunter, and is even setting her up in a swank 
$3.5 million beachfront mansion, The National Enquirer reported Wednesday.

It makes sense to buy her a home.
If she didn't, she'd just sue him and win so this makes sense.

But an Edwards spokeswoman, Joyce Fitzpatrick, says that the report was "absolutely untrue."

Edwards has absolute zero credibility on any claim he makes.

The Enquirer - which so far has been mostly on target on the Edwards affair - says Edwards popped 
the question last month, shortly before he issued a statement admitting paternity of two-year-old Frances Quinn.

Six days later, his wife Elizabeth walked out - paving the way for the ex-senator to make Rielle, 45, his wife.

What a mess this idot has created.
Poor Elizabeth - told she'll die early, she has to face that nightmare without her husband.

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Americal Idol - do they pick the final 24 next week?

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The Amazing Race - starts Sunday

I think we should put a full day between opinions.
So we'll do Idol on Fridays (if anyone writes) and 
Survivor on Mondays and Amazing Race on Tuesdays. 

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Disturbing ads from the past

This is the America that the tea-baggers want back.


"I don’t think a president can make a judgment like that on the basis of politics. 
  The stakes are too high, the consequences too significant to be treating those as simple political calculations."
     -- Cheney, telling Palin you don't go to war unless you absolutely must, like with Iraq's WMDs,    Link

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Subject: I am so sad...

Baylor University is going to name Ken Starr as its president.
As a graduate, I am so disappointed in my university.

There are good people connected with the university that will disapprove.
This is just another attempt by the far right to make Baylor a bible school rather than a real university.
I know people have thought that for a long time. There have been good thinking people 
that have come out of Christians as well: Ann Richards, Mark White, 
Bob Bullock, Leon Jaworski (special prosecutor for Watergate...who is probably 
rolling in his grave), Keven Reynolds (director).
I'm afraid it's reputation will be ruined...just as bad as if it had gotten the GW library.
The wing nuts have won.

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Subject: JFK killed by banksters 

Bart, the best theory I've ever seen says that just before he was killed, Kennedy signed an order 
removing the power to print money from the Federal Reserve, giving it back to the Treasury Department. 
Look at old money and you will see two types of bills - United States Notes and Federal Reserve Notes. 
Whoever prints money controls the economy, both in how it runs and who benefits from it. And whoever 
controls the economy controls the government.
One of the first things LBJ did after taking over was rescind that order, returning the mint to the control of the 
Federal Reserve, a private organization controlled by the banks. Our money has been printed by them ever since.
I suspect RFK died because, as president, he would have had the power 
and the motivation to nail the bastards who killed his brother. Simple as that. 

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Crucible of Change
 by Charles M. Blow, Feb 13, 2010


On Feb. 9, 2009, Obama said: “I am the eternal optimist. I think that over time 
people respond to — to civility and rational argument.”

Since then, the right has tried to block him at nearly every turn, 
and the far right has formed a movement fueled by irrational anger.

There he was again this week, saying almost exactly the same thing: “I am just an 
eternal optimist. ... And all I can do is assume that over time, people are going to 
gravitate towards the truth.”    So stubbornly sweet. So simply naïve.

If Obama is still clinging to this quaint concept after the year he’s had, 
it’s easy to understand why he’s in trouble.

Still, it’s not too late for him to change. 

Sometimes, reading a new column is like reading  back issues.

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Obama would never allow this to happen.
He says punishing the guilty is "looking back."
 Can't have that.

Subject: how dumb is Obama

A lot of people are criticizing Obama for putting (a little) energy into healthcare reform instead of 
financial reform (or something else that would generate jobs).  Even Ted Rall has jumped on this.

OK, I call bullshit.  How many of you on the left genuinely believe that more work by Obama on jobs, 
stimulus, or financial reform would have budged even one of the senators blocking it?  Give me a break!  

You may have just nailed the problem.
No matter how hard Obama works, nobody moves.
Obama can't bring his own party to the table and that's killing all of us.

If he could have done that, he could have gotten healthcare through -- and, believe me, genuine healthcare
reform would do more good for the unemployed than an extra month or two of unemployment, an extra 
500 jobs in the U.S., or an extra five days to pay their mortgage.

Obama came into office, pushed through the largest stimulus package he could get through congress 
(still hugely less than Bush's tax cut stimulus), and then tried to get the next step of help for the poor and 
unemployed.  And you gripe!  You call yourselves reality-based liberals?  (OK, Ted Rall isn't reality-based....) 

The reality is that seven Republicans can cosponsor a bill just to look into ways to reduce the deficit, 
then vote against it when it comes to the floor!  If you believe that Obama could have gotten a larger 
stimulus package through that senate, you probably also believe he could have talked them into a robust 
public option or even a Medicare-for-everyone type of plan.  And, if so, you're not living in reality.
 Russ the Pillar

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Subject: Bart the Gullible

You mock the knuckle draggers and mouth breathers for believing Palin's or Inhofe's bullshit 
but you believe those respondents to CR questioning are any different?
Sooner or later you will have an informed response..... I'm sure.
 Ron S 

The numbers speak for themselves.

People bought Toyotas and Hondas by the tens of millions and LOVED them.
They wonder why they settled for Detroit's planned obsolescence for so long.

To hear you tell it, GM and Ford sell more cars and make more people happy
but gullible people like Bart spread the BIG LIE that Japan sells more cars.

Every car sold is a vote and so many people voted against GM,
Chrysler and Ford that they'd be out of business without the government bailout.

Questioning Bart's gullibility is not the answer to Detroit's problems.

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  It's like the old song — how you going to keep them down on the farm once they've been to gay Paris?"
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The Obama economic recovery
A picture is worth a thousand words (via Josh Marshall)

If the Democrats were smart, (ha ha  Should he bother to finish that sentence?) they’d each carry a 
poster-size version of this image everywhere they go — television appearances, House/Senate floor, 
press conferences, meetings, the bathroom…

They seem unable to articulate the fact that they averted a far-more-nightmarish depression and that 
the recovery package (bigger as it should’ve been) shielded millions of job losses — as any economist 
outside the Heritage Foundation would admit.

It’s understandable how hard it is to convince an economically struggling nation that they should be happy 
things aren’t worse. For the people who lost their homes, their jobs, their health care, their life savings, 
a graphic of any kind isn’t much of a consolation.

But Democrats have been too timid to say it was the Republicans’ elitist, Reagan-inspired leap to the right 
that set the stage for this recession. America hardly remembers because Democrats hardly care to remind them

How easy and powerful it would’ve been to brand this the Republican Recession.
Either way, “things could have been worse” isn’t going to save Dems in November. 
They need health care reform. They need a new jobs bill. 
They need financial reform to prevent another scenario like this.

Ultimately, Democrats need to prove they’re capable of governing. They had 60 senate votes and they 
looked handicapped. They’ve slipped to 59 now and there’s almost a sense that they’re back in the minority. 
If they don’t step up and take control they may as well prepare to relinquish power.

Some day, in the future, after reading old issues of some history buff  might ask his professor,
"Why didn't the Democrats listen to Bart back in 2010?" All they had to do 
was try, maybe speak up, maybe list the facts ...and they could've had it all."  

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49 States Had Some Snow
 Climate change brings more moist air


Forget red and blue — color America white. There was snow on the ground in 49 states Friday. 
Hawaii was the holdout.

It was the United States of Snow, thanks to an unusual combination of weather patterns that dusted the U.S., 
including Dallas, Atlanta and the Florida Panhandle, where hurricanes are more common than snowflakes.

More than two-thirds of the nation's land mass had snow on the ground Saturday, 
and then it snowed ever so slightly in Florida to make it 49 states out of 50.

Seems like everyone had snow - but Vancouver

Inhofes Build 'Gore Igloo'
Anti-science handjobs celebrate ignorance


Sen. Jim Inhofe’s [R-Okla.] family went so far as to build an igloo during the snow storm that 
crippled DC and other cities along the northeast. The igloo, which was built near the Washington Mall, 
had a sign accompanying it stating “AL GORE’S NEW HOME” on one side and “HONK IF YOU 

The whole world is laughing at the religiously-insane Americans.

America the bully, in two wars and ready to start more, runs on superstitious voodoo.
The whole world is afraid of the country where "God talkers" have so much power.

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