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 Wednesday   March 3, 2010  Vol 2481 - Night Terrors

Quote of the Day

"If Obama extends another 
  olive branch there's not going 
  to be an olive tree left in Greece." 
    -- Dem. strategist Todd Webster, to Big Eddie 


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Palin, Leno: Perfect match  HOT
Arrow Nader, Right About Obama  HOT
Arrow PA. getting health care?
Arrow Catholic Charities hate gays 
Arrow Bunning backs down HOT
Arrow Last's night's N.C.I.S.
Arrow Obama drinks too much?   
Arrow What's Jennie Garth's deal? 




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"George W. Bush might have made a terrific Baseball commissioner, but he was a lousy president.
  The Republican Party needs to become, once again, a party guided by basic conservative principles. 
  We need to think about more than just the next election - or what the polls say we should do. Instead, 
  we need to make decisions based on what’s good for our country in the long term."    
     --  Tom Pauken, a former chairman of the Texas Republican Party,       Link

 A shot of Chinaco for Tom Pauken's honesty.


 Have I ever offered a shot to a Rethug before?

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Palin and Leno: a perfect match
 Ouch!  What a terrible (but true) thing to say


The proverb that the enemy of my enemy is my friend party explains why Palin stopped by Leno last night. 
She and Leno have a common foe in Letterman and by teaming up they likely delivered a ratings blow to Dave
who feebly counterprogrammed with Mitt Romney.

Palin’s poll numbers have plummeted to alarming depths. More than 70 percent of all Americans – and more than 
half the GOP – say she is unqualified for the presidency. And there are only 23 months until the Iowa caucuses.

So she was wise to sit down with Leno, who loves Republicans like Arnold Schwarzenegger, Fred Thompson 
and Mike Huckabee - and don’t forget the child-molesting vulgar Pigboy, Rush Limbaugh.

Little was required of Palin last night. She participated in the obligatory cold open gag – informing Leno that, 
instead of cue cards, his monologue would be printed on her hands – walked onto stage to the tune of 
“Everyday People,” and smiled and laughed through Leno’s please-like-me questioning.

Actual Leno question: “With you, it seemed like they kind of went after your family. Is that fair?"
Oddly enough, Palin agreed with his premise.

Leno is following his good friend Dennis Miller into obscurity.

Bye, Jay.

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Nader, Right About Obama 
 by my good friend Chris Hedges


We owe Ralph Nader and Cynthia McKinney an apology. They were right about Obama. 
They were right about the corporate state. They had the courage of their convictions and they 
stood fast despite wholesale defections and ridicule by liberals and progressives. 

Obama lies as cravenly, if not as crudely, as George W. Bush. He promised us that the transfer 
of $12.8 trillion in taxpayer money to Wall Street would open up credit and lending to the average 
consumer. The Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. (FDIC), however, admitted last week that banks 
have reduced lending at the sharpest pace since 1942. 

I'm not sure Obama's inaccurate predictions of the future equal "Nader was right."
Obama was in uncharted territory when he took office and he followed the advice
of the experts - who may have been lying to him - time will tell.

Had Obama NOT taken the action that he did, and we lost GM, Ford and Chrysler,
and lost, say, 5,000 banks and if VISA and Mastercard went under, etc etc etc.
America might be a very different place. 

Today we have a weak but functioning economy.
If McCain had won, America might look like Haiti right now - we just don't know.

As a senator, Obama promised he would filibuster amendments to the FISA Reform Act that 
retroactively made legal the wiretapping and monitoring of millions of American citizens without warrant; 
instead he supported passage of the loathsome legislation. He told us he would withdraw American troops 
from Iraq, close the detention facility at Guantánamo, end torture, restore civil liberties such as habeas corpus 
and create new jobs. None of this has happened.

I'm not happy about Obama's lurch to the right or his refusal to come to work, but I think a more
accurate assessment might be that, after one quarter of this Super Bowl, quarterback Obama is 4-for-15
but there are still three quarters to play - I suggest we stand behind him a little longer.

It's easy for Nader to stand on the sidelines and scream, "Everybody sucks."

When he had a chance to affect the game, he had "other priorities," like Cheney with Vietnam.

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Subject: go easy on Lady Gaga 

Thank God for Lady Gaga. 
She shows everyone YES you can write new lyrics and new music and actually 
BE new and different even after all this time of outrage in Rock and Roll. 

I don't like her enough to buy a CD but I like her enough to crank the volume when she comes on. 
And her Show Act is great, I think she has a lot of fun with it, kind of like Cindy Lauper.

I can buy the idea that, to get noticed, you have to wear a lobster on your face.
But now that's she's world famous, what's her excuse?

Put another way, would KISS have made it without the cat make-up?
I say no.

And consider Pink Floyd - yes they had an outrageous stage show
but first they had the music - the stage show was just icing on the cake.

To me, Lady Gaga is like the icing without the cake. If she wants to impress me, 
she'll have to sit down at a piano in a t-shirt and jeans and sing a good song.

But I'll respect your opinion if you respect mine :)

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PA. getting health care? 


I've been writing about various states just beginning campaigns for single-payer healthcare. 
Pennsylvania is on the cusp of completing one.

They claim to have the best legislation, which will provide everyone with healthcare, pay for it, and in fact 
save people and businesses money, as well as getting around the federal restrictions that Kucinich has attempted 
unsuccessfully thus far to waive for states. In Pennsylvania they have Democratic and Republican cosponsors. 
Imagine that in Washington, D.C.! And they have a governor ready to sign the bill into law.

Health Care for All Pennsylvania clearly has one of the best websites. Pennsylvania's campaign makes a good 
model for other states to learn from and provides resources other states might do well to borrow or modify. 
This website is full of info explaining the benefits of state-level single-payer healthcare, plus all kinds of references
for further reading, and even a good list of links to similar campaigns in other states.

If Pennsylvania can do it - fine.
Other states can look at their model and copy it.

But what will knuckledrag states like Oklahoma do? 
I believe most Okies would rather die than copy health care from "Back East."

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That would be hysterical
if it wasn't so true.

Subject: Bunning is right 

It would be a nice change if things were paid for, by regular Joes or by government.  Bunning is on the right track.
Maybe in the meantime people who "need" my money will sell their home theaters and blu-ray collections, 5 guitars, 2nd SUV, etc.   
I don't have any of those things, but I have savings for a rainy day and have never had my unemployment extended (so much for equal under law).
At the very least make people pay it back interest-free, put up collateral until they do, etc. 
Where's the personal responsibility?  Bunning has some at least.
By the way, I hated Bush.  It just so happens I can see that Obama is just as much of a lying opportunistic bullshitter.
Notice all my predictions are panning out exactly? 

How could I notice that "all" your predictions have panned out exactly
since I don't remember having contact with you before today.

This isn't meant as an insult, but you sound like a Republican.
For eight years, Bush borrowed money to give to the super rich and to wage wars
and I don't recall hearing from you that this was an outrage that needed to be stopped.

I don't recall Bunning trying to stop Bush, either.

But the minute a Democrat gets in office and tries to save what's left of America,
people like you and Bunning claim THIS spending is wasteful and must be paid for ASAP.

That makes no sense.

If you want to be a fiscal conservative - fine.
But don't suddenly become one after a Black guy takes power.

BTW, I clicked on that link you were bragging about and didn't see anything written by you.

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Do they read Quotes

"I don't know how you negotiate with the irrational."
    -- Robert Gibbs, on Jim Bunning,     Link

 This is the first indication we've seen that 
 the Obama administration has the ability to learn.

 They could've listened to me and learned that lesson in late 2008.

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Subject: that Trent Franks nut 

Bart, that Trent Franks nut said:

> "Half of all black children are aborted." 
>     -- Rep. Trent Franks (R-AZ)
 ha ha

How'd they become children if they were aborted?
 Mark S

Good one...

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Catholic Charities hate gays


Social services organization Catholic Charities informed its Washington D.C. employees on Monday 
that spouses of new employees would not be covered under its new health plan. This is seen largely as 
a way for the group to avoid extending benefits to the same-sex spouses of employees. The D.C. Council
recognized the right-to-marry of gay couples last year, and the law goes into effect on Wednesday.

The plan will not eliminate the benefits of partners who are already enrolled in health plans, but would disallow new enrollments.

Catholic Charities protested the December vote that made same-sex marriage legal in D.C., and has 
threatened not to renew its contracts with the city. The nation's capital provides $22 million every year
to Catholic Charities for social services programs.

Odd that, in a religion where maybe half of their footsoldier priests are gay, they'd hate gays.

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Note: Before he was a hates-the-poor GOP thug, 
Bunning pitched for the Tigers and the Phillies.


"Unemployment insurance doesn't create new jobs. Continuing to pay people 
  unemployment compensation is a disincentive for them to seek new work." 
    -- Sen Jon Kyl, telling 30 million unemployed Americans to fuck off,    Link

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Subject: your continuing defense of Toyota 

Bart, why do you waste so much of your energy defending corporate profits at any cost? 

I don't know - why do you beat your wife?
I have over 4500 pages online and you want to know why Bartcop stands for corporate profits?

What difference does it make whether there's hundreds injured and fifty-four (so far) known deaths 
by Toyota or who-knows-how-many killed and injured by a faulty GM power-steering system?

I realize that string of words has a question mark at the end of it but I couldn't find a question.

Hey, if the Japanese are paying to keep you on the web, I understand. 
Maybe you could use that for a fund-raiser.
"Help Bartcop to escape from the Japanese Corpratocracy"

When you move that much horseshit, do you rent a Mayflower van?
Or do you move vast amounts of horseshit so regularly that you went ahead and bought one?

How is my insistence that we look at the facts proof that I'm on the take?
I'm not defending Toyota - I'm defending innocent until proven guilty.

To your health, 

If I say it 1,000 times will it sink in?

Yes, I think Toyota makes great cars but that's not what we're debating.
We are debating the innocent-until-proven-guilty concept that you have jettisoned.

If somebody comes up with hard proof that crimes were committed I'll be 
the first to call for the Toyota folks to be jailed - what else do you want?

You want me to join the angry pitchfork crowd, screaming for Toyota to be banned 
from America before anybody knows what (or if) anything's wrong with their cars?

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"H.L. Mencken had it right: 'The whole aim of practical politics is to keep 
  the populace alarmed  -- and hence clamorous to be led to safety -- by menacing it 
  with an endless series of hobgoblins, all of them imaginary." 
    -- Pat Buchanan, describing Bush's war on terror,   Link

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Subject: Is Der Monkey Fuhrer gay?

Dear Bart,

You ran that wonderful picture of McCain/Bush giving each other handjobs in the year 2000.  
There is perhaps more truth to this than you know. 

Bush has been plagued with accusations he is gay for many years, but has skillfully maneuvered his way around the issue.  
Republican insiders are now pointing out he is indeed and I found this little ditty on the web:

"In 1976, the Bush family sent George W. Bush to El Paso's Worth Creations, a Christian gay conversion center.  
From that time on, Bush became a tool of the Christian right and a self-hating homosexual.  The invesitigaitons of 
Bush's gay activities in the TANG unit would have unveiled Bush's new "straight" persona.  The GOP went to 
battle stations to prevent Bush's past from being resurrected" 

Excerpted from The Wayne Madsen Report on why Dan Rather had to be discredited

Best Wishes,

Chuck Hovey

Somebody gave Jeff Gannon, known male prostitute, full access to the White House.

Maybe he was there on Bush's say-so, maybe not, but as President, Bush could ban 
who he wanted and he could approve who he wanted.  Gannon was approved and since 
Bush often called on Gannon for a softball question, he obviously knew Gannon was there.

Funny how Bush's relationship with a prostitute was off limits for our whore media
but the chance that Clinton had a girlfriend made worldwide headlines for years.

...and they say the press has a liberal bias?

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Bunning backs down, cries 'Uncle'


Spineless Harry Reid has reportedly reached a deal with Sen. Jim Bunning, R-Hates Poor),
that will end Bunning's one-man block of a bill to extend unemployment benefits. The legislation 
is now slated to come up for a vote on the Senate floor later tonight; it's expected to pass easily.

But that's not the end of the saga of Jim Bunning that's been unfolding in recent days. 
The bastard has also put a hold on all of Obama's pending nominees -- several dozen of them. 

Bunning is the gift that keeps giving to Democrats lately.  Ever since Bunning began blocking 
the unemployment billlast week, Democrats have been working hard to make political hay 
out of his obstructionism, and to tar his fellow Republicans with it.

I agree - the damage has been done.

Bunning has reminded voters that the GOP hates poor people.
Question is - will braindead voters remember that in November?

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"Keanu Reeves will star in 'Speed 3.'   The first 'Speed' was about a runaway bus, 
  the second was about a boat, and the third one is going to be about a Toyota." 
   -- Jay Leno

 This is a perfect example of how Formula Jay puts a joke together.

 Keanu Reeves agress to do "Speed 3."

 So Jay looks in his joke box to see what other jokes contain the word "speed"
 and Toyota comes up, so Jay can stop writing jokes because joke writing is hard.

 Leno is the laziest comedian I've ever seen and I'm really old.

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I wonder how Dr. Laura's boy is doing?

Subject: Obama, our "please' president 

Bart, last issue you asked, 

> Did we elect Obama so he could ask the Republicans how they want to govern?

Oh how I miss President Bill Clinton.

This crap is getting worse every day.      
The NO Repubs,  and the  PLEASE president.:

How sickening and disgusting
 Marian in MO 

There's still time for Obama to wake up, but the next election will be here soon.

Gov. Perry defeated Kay Bailey Hutchifelon in yesterday's Texas GOP primary.

"They" say her ties to Washington is what killed her, and that means the Dems are 
staring down a runaway freight train and the ONLY thing that can prevent a GOP takeover
is if Obama can point to health care or some other major issue and say, "I did that for you."

After they threw away Teddy's senate seat, David Axelrod said, "We got caught napping."
Will that be their excuse when the GOP takes the House and Senate in November? 

I really do have an IQ of 64, but the Democrats need to listen to me because 
our house is on fire and Obama and his advisors don't get that.

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Obama drinks too much? 


Following Obama's physical, the Drudge Report and right-wing blogs are seizing on a line 
from a memo from the chief White House physician about the results of the exam. In the 
"Recommendations" section of the memo, the president's physician writes that Obama:

Continue smoking cessation efforts, a daily exercise program, healthy diet, 
moderation in alcohol intake, periodic dental care, and remain up-to-date with immunizations. 

This may seem like a rather benign list of doctor's recommendations, but not to the right-wing media. 
Instead, Drudge and others are seizing on the line "moderation in alcohol intake" to suggest -- based on
absolutely no evidence -- that the doctor asserted that Obama has been drinking too much and needs 
to moderate his alcohol intake.

Drudge used the phrase as his headline complete with a picture of Obama drinking a beer.

This is the kind of thing that makes Democrats fall down the stairs.

But not to worry, because it's Bartcop to the rescue.

If you read the f-ing words the f-ing doctor f-ing used in the f-ing memo,
he wrote, "Continue moderation in alcohol intake."

He's ORDERING Obama to CONTINUE to drink moderate amounts of alcohol.

It's so easy, but not for our fall-down-the-stairs Democrats.

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Subject: Vegas religio-nut jobs 

Bart, if, as they say 'What Happens In Vegas God Sees', then can't we assume what happens behind 
the vestibule to the altar boy, or what happens in Catholic schools to the babies, or Irish catholic schools 
to the babies, or anywhere there's a priest (or a rabbi--it seems from new reports), or where (true story 
from my youth) there's a lutheran minister (caught with his hand down little Margaret's shirt), GOD SEES!

Or, the predators know it's a scam and god doesn't exist, 
or god doesn't care, or god's a very sick voyeuristic bastard.

Pick one.
 Don, Shingle Springs

I've come to the conclusion that the religio-nuts realize there is no God.

The Pat Robertson types must know if God is real they're going to hell.
The rapist priests have to know they're going to hell, too.

Since they continue their crimes, it's proof to me they know there's no God, no Heaven, 
no Hell and that it's all a bunch of hooey designed to steal money and gain access to the 
wives and children of their victims - what else explains everything?

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Writers w/ Opinions Wanted

Americal Idol - We're down to twenty and we lose four more this week.

Survivor Heroes vs Villians - I predict evil will defeat good, just like in real life.

The Amazing Race - Five Emmys in a row - and nobody's watching?

So we'll do Idol on Fridays, Survivor on Mondays
and Amazing Race (if anyone writes) on Tuesdays.

You watch TV and you have opinions, right?

Maybe others would like to read your opinions and you might
end up making a career out of having opinions while watching TV.

What do you have to lose?

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This one might be the best ever!

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Count me in for a dozen!

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

Last night's N.C.I.S.

Damn, that was a wild show - let's see if I can explain it.

Around 1991, Gibbs was away in Bush's Gulf War as a Marine sniper.
While he was gone, his wife Shannon witnessed a drug murder and agreed to testify.

The bad guys murdered her to prevent her from testifying and the bastard went free.
Gibbs, when he found out, was not amused.

He took his rifle and his sniper skills to Mexico and somehow tracked down the guy
who gave the order for the hit and Gibbs exploded his brain from about 200 yards away.

I realize you lefties would never, ever do such a thing because that would involve

denying the scumbag his civil rights, but Gibbs thinks more like Ol' Bart does.

Twenty years later, Gibbs responds to a shooting murder of a Marine Captain and 
discovers that Shannon's mother, who he hadn't seen since the funeral, was a witness.

They find out the dead marine was dirty, on the take from the same cartel that had 
Shannon murdered, and Gibb's motto is, "There's no such thing as a coincidence,"

The cartel was from Reynosa, the Mexican town where Carl and I were imprisoned.

They keep digging and eventually the team discovers that Shannon's mother, eager for
revenge, has been on a 20-year campaign to murder the druggies who killed Shannon.

So Gibbs turns off the interogation room camera and explains to her that, years ago,
he exploded the guilty bastard's brain so she can stop killing cartel members now.
It was my favorite episode in the NCIS series.

Moral of the story?
Gibbs is a bad, bad man and those cartel murderers deserved a fair trial.

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