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 Weekend-Monday,  Oct 30-Nov 1. 2010     Vol 2604 - Cold Rush

 
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Quote of the Day

"I will answer those questions when I'm the senator." 
   
-- Sharron Angle, can't answer questions now because
       voters would find out how stupid she was,     Link

     


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...

Arrow Zack lites up on live HBO 
Arrow Should Obama run in 2012?
Arrow Why we love Sarah Palin!!
Arrow Inhofe screws pooch again
Arrow

Obama, learn from Lady GaGa

Arrow Cowboy Comedy of Errors
Arrow Lauren Conrad - Back to MTV
















 
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"Organizers estimated that 250,000 people attended the Jon Stewart rally.  Whore CBS hired aerial
  photography experts to do an independent count and reported a crowd size of 215,000. That's quite
  a bit more than the lame-ass 87,000 CBS estimate from Glenn Beck's "I hate that NitWH rally."

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ZACK lights up on Real Time
Is he the first ever to smoke pot on live US TV?

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"In the Clinton White House, Bill Richardson was our UN ambassador. In the Clinton White House, Richardson
  was secretary of energy. In the Clinton White House, Richardson was a favorite. Then in our last presidential election.
  Clinton's former pet supports not Hillary but Obama for office.  Bill Richardson is no longer a Clinton buddy.
  So Clinton was in New Mexico stumping.  Richardson shows up- uninvited.  Clinton aides, well aware of Clinton's
  feelings, turned Richardson away. The Gov was politely told: "Sorry, governor, this is a ticketed event."
  When they later related this to Clinton, I am informed he 'laughed delightedly.' " 

      --  Cindy Adams,   Link       


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Subject: Dave at the Sanity Rally

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Should Obama run in 2012?
 A slight majority says no

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"Ending the Obama administration's liberal agenda as soon as possible is Senator McConnell's top political priority."

      --  Mitch the Bitch spokesman Don Stewart,   Link 
     

 Too bad the brain-dead Democrats can't remember to remind The Bitch that the American voters put
 Obama in the White House because they liked his vision of the future more than that of McCain/Palin.

 Why is The Bitch going against the will of the voters?
 And why aren't the Democrats making him pay a f-ing price for that?

 (Those are rhetorical questions - the Dems will, of course, refuse to fight.)
 

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Why we love Sarah Palin
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Subject:  Have Republicans overplayed their hand?

Republicans have been emboldened by voter anger at government, a surge of cash from unknown sources,
and news reports of how the Republicans are going to slaughter the Democrats. Republicans have been so gitty
about winning that I'm surprised Sarah Palin hasn't been over to the White House to measure the drapes.
But with polls turning to the Democrats perhaps the Republicans overplayed their hand.

The Republican Tea Party candidates are less disciplined that Republican career politicians are. The career
Republicans don't talk about eliminating Social Security before the election. Right wing pundits and Tea Party
candidates have taken positions that are beyond extreme. Glenn Beck, for example, suggested slavery started
with innocent ideas and was ruined by government regulation. Several candidates are suggesting the 14th
Amendment be repealed. Republican groups are running Spanish language ads urging Hispanics not to vote.
Republicans used to support an exception for rape for abortions, but now they don't. The want to eliminate
the minimum wage. The want to overturn consumer protection laws in favor of the very banks we had to
bail out. The only thing you don't hear is "Drill baby drill."

Now that election day is close voters are doing the very thing Republics feared might happen. Voters are
beginning to think and they look at these tea party candidates and realize that they are just plain crazy.
Voters are questioning the wisdom of voting their anger and putting the crazy people in charge. Although
they are unhappy about unemployment they don't see how electing the Tea Party is going to create new jobs.

The problem for Republicans is that they are counting 100% on voter emotions to win and they have nothing
for the thinking voter to consider. They have no plan to balance the budget. They have no plan to create new jobs.
They have no plan to deal with immigration, nothing to prevent bank bailouts, and certainly nothing to bring
America back as one country rather than a divided nation. If the voters start thinking the Democrats can win
this year and it would be all over for the Republican party.
Marc Perkel


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Subject:  Rally Talk

Bart, I dropped my wife off at the DC Mall for the Jon Stewart Rally. It looked like over
200,000 people were spread out on the Mall between the Capitol and the Washington Monument.
 Franz


I heard one asshole say, "The crowd was almost as big as Becks."

I think they stopped counting to make it easier
for the lying sons of bitches to distort the news.


Dear Bart,  We Stonehengers watched  the Rally from start to Finish. 
Jon & Stephen did a great Service for  our  country.

We listened to some compliments/complaints afterwards on C-Span.
I told my daughter that it  was not supposed to be a take-off on their TV shows,
but a rallying call to us as a nation to get perspective back in our lives. 

Jon's speech was sincere & I'm proud that he took this rally to help get our heads on straight,
to give us hope that the nay-sayers should be ignored. He didn't throw political rhetoric or
hostile innuendo which some expected, no doubt.  Jon reached for a higher level of unity in
a nation terribly divided.   He  deserves that   

Medal  that  Congress awards to outstanding citizens
who practice & their lives reflect their true humanity.   
THREE  CHEERS  FOR  A GREAT AMERICAN                       
   Stonehenger Elizabeth


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"The biggest challenge is how do you make sure that you are helping those who really deserve help and if
  they get some temporary help can get back on their feet, make their payments and move forward and stay
  in their home versus either people who are speculators, own second homes that they really couldn't afford
  because they'd gotten a subprime loan, and people who through no fault of their own just can't afford their
  house anymore because of the change in housing values or their incomes don't support it."

     
-- Obama,    Link


 
I'd give Obama $20 if he could diagram that sentence on a chalkboard.
  
 I'm so old, I can remember a time when they called Obama "a communicator."
 But now he's more like a John Kerry clone (not a compliment) that nobody can understand.

 Sure, he's reaching the Stanford graduates and people with IQs of 140,
 but he's losing the other 95 percent of the voters.

  
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Subject: last issue's mystery city

Bart, last issue's mystery city rwas, well, I'll let Lou sing it:
 
In Berlin, by the wall
you were five foot ten inches tall
It was very nice
candlelight and Dubonnet on ice

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Subject: last issue's History Mystery

Bart, last issue's History Mystery is B. J. Kramer/Cliff Richard/Cilla Black/Herman/




B. J. Kramer/Cliff Richard/Cilla Black/Herman/



The Beatles



Some gal, Tony Newley/Gerry Marsden/Frank Ifield  ...maybe
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hoyhoy, those might be good guesses.
Those dudes were mostly before my time.

Subject: last issue's History Mystery

Bart, last issue's History Mystery is



unknown, Cilla Black, Everly Brothers,



The Beatles



Dusty Springfield, Billy J. Kramer and the Dakotas
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Again, good guesses, but the photo is so foggy
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