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 Black Wednesday,  Nov 3, 2010     Vol 2606 - Semi-bloodbath

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Quote of the Day

 "We are going to be disappointed Wednesday.
  Obama is still going to be president." 

-- the vulgar, racist Pigboy,   

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...

Arrow Obama still doesn't get it
Arrow Bennet claims victory in Colorado
Arrow Thoughts to cheer Liberals
Arrow The return of Brainsmasher

The Wall comes to New York

Arrow Socialist drunkfest a success  
Arrow Becki Newton, the pregnant virgin

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"Remember when Ronald Reagan was president....    We had Bob Hope. We had Johnny Cash.
  Think about where we are today. We have President Obama, but we have no hope and no cash."

    -- John Boner, comedian,    Link 

"John Boehner: Stop using my dad's name as a punchline, you asshat...
  He's not here to defend himself." 

    -- Rosanne Cash, telling Boner to GFY,    Link 

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Subject: America, the country with no memory

I hear you Bart. This really fucked up my Fantasy House of Representatives team.
Even worse, all of the new committee chairs have been claimed off waivers.
 Brainsmasher, back from exile

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Obama still doesn't get it

Obama was sad, somber and sober at his press conference.
The first question was "How much of this is your fault?"

He (basically) said "None of it."

A follow-up question was, "Are you afraid that claiming 'None of it' might make
people think you still don't get it?" and he stumbled with another non-answer.

This bad news for you and me. 

What Obama should have said is, "I hear you - I have received your message," but that didn't happen.
He did not hear the mesasage and that tells me Obama's going to stay the off-the-cliff course.

That's bad news for you and me.

Why can't our president learn?

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Marty has new stuff every day
on her fine, fine Entertainment Page

Marty always has good stuff.

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"Children should not watch MSNBC, because some people may commit suicide, alright?
  They may set themselves on fire over there, and it would be gruesome to watch that."

    -- Bill O'Reilly, trying to make some point, I suppose...    Link 

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Subject: Tea Party

Bart, now that the Tea Party thinks it has shown its power and control over the GOP,
will they at least keep the establishment Repubs from shoving their Boehner down our throats?

We could see a great GOP civil war.

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Bennet claims victory in Colorado
Even tho they haven't finished counting votes


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Subject: Couple of thoughts to cheer liberals

Of the 60 Dems to get booted in the House races, 26 were Blue Dogs.
The Blue Dogs got sent to the Pound.

The House can posture and look ridiculous, but Dems still control the Senate
(52 seats, and two of the three independents will vote with Dems on most issues)
and they won't need the filibuster to do so.

Teabaggers beat mostly Blue Dogs.
They did poorly against liberal/leftist candidates.

Here in California, it was nearly all good news. Boxer and Brown won.

The country may be locked in partisan gridlock for the next two years,
but here in California, the state just solved a lot of its problems.

  Brian Zepp Jamison

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"The President refused to get engaged, and fight for what he promised, and the Democratic messaging
  was abominable. How else could Sarah Palin get away with her "death panel" garbage? Had a Democrat
  tried that kind of a lie on the Bush administration, he'd have been strung up alive. But Palin, and her
  Teabagger minions, were given a pass. The President and the Democrats in Congress lacked spine and
  an ability to message. They ticked off the base ...and permitted the GOP to lie with impunity. And that's
  the stuff of losing elections." 

    -- John Aravosis, sounding like he's been reading    Link 

 Forty-five minutes into his press conference, Obama is sticking with his "Don't blame me" defense.

 Question after question, he's answering everything the wrong way.  Worse, he's repeating
 the same tired and stale rhetoric that helped cause last night's Little Big Horn.
 "Progress is coming - just not fast enough!"

 We have a president who cannot learn.
 Isn't that the last thing we thought they'd say about Obama?

 That's really bad news for you and me and the Democrats.

"In January 2009 Obama had the GOP at his mercy - he could have turned this country into
  freaking Norway if he had wanted to. But he chivalrously waited until his opponents could
  right themselves, handed them back their swords, and compromised. Now we will see if he is
  as good as Clinton was at fighting off a hostile Congress for 2-6 years."

    -- ImpureScience, nailing Obama for his "niceness" that's killing our progress,    Link

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"I didn't appreciate it then. I don't appreciate it now. I resent it, it's not true,
  and it was one of the most disgusting moments in my Presidency."

    -- Der Monkey Fuhrer, upset that Kanye said "George Bush don't care about Black people."    Link 

 Butt Monkey, what other inference is possible?

 While this was happening in New Orleans...


Bush the Clown was playing with himself in Arizona...

"Lookie me, Pickles, I'm a rock star - Yee haw!"

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Weird Picture of the Day


Subject: Beck vs Stewart rallies


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Subject: How come you...

...can show Dr. Laura's coochie, but you can't show Shirley's ta-tas? 
We would like to see those ta-tas.
I am speaking about the digitized bazooms in last issue's Shirley picture.

Dr. Laura's grand canyon isn't intended to tittilate - it's a political statement
that exposes what a lying bullshitter and con artist she really is.

Besides, I think a woman is sexier in a bikini or a tight skirt than
nude and spread-eagled like that Laura Schlessinger tramp.

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The Wall comes to New York



Tickets are $53-$253

I have a hot tip for you:  The cheap tickets are better.
You WANT to be in the back of the hall - trust me.

At the end of the first song, a full-size World War One (?) airplane
flies above the crowd and crashes into the stage in a monster fireball.

People with $253 seats didn't see that until the last second.

Check out the last 60 seconds of this clip and see if you don't have $53.

The real show takes place on the 216 x 35 foot Wall
and you can't see it from the expensive seats.

The sound is as good as any show I've been to and the visuals
were right up there with U2 (high compliment) maybe even better.

My good friend Rude Rich won't go because he wants to freedom to say
that whats-his-name from Jersey puts on a better show than Roger Waters

Trust me.
If you're a Pink fan or a Wall fan or a Roger Waters fan you're going
to have your damn sox blown off and you'll remember this show forever.

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Subject: ugh

Aloha Bart,

Living out here on the perimeter, I can watch the democrats go down in flames, live, and still get to bed by 9:30.
Two years ago I didn't feel so bad. You've been right all along (do I need to continue)?

Hopefully Mr. Hopey Changey comes out swinging your hammer tomorrow because 2012 looks like the year
of the crazy teabagging bitch from hell, and there's nowhere further than Maui I can go and still live in what
used to be the good ole USA.

Speaker Boehner? Well, maybe better than the sweaty wrestler, but I doubt it.

Mahalo, and keep it up brother.
 Joe in Maui 

Since August of 2009, I've been screaming for Obama to wake up because the house was on fire.
Here we are 15 months later and Obama is shocked that the house has burned down.

Obama is 100% politically blind - no foul there,
but why does he refuse to listen to his sighted friends?

Why can't our president learn?

Will I be asking Why can't our president learn?  in 2011 and 2012?

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Wildlife Picture of the Day


Subject: Wildlife picture

Bart, your last wildlife picture is an aye-aye lemur from Madagascar.
And, I want one.

After the election results, I just may go to Madagascar and live life with the lemurs.
Thanks for a great site that I have been following for years!
 Melody in Edmond, OK...

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“Mike Palecek reminds me of Socrates the gadfly who asked unwelcome questions,
Diogenes with his lantern looking in vain for an honest man,
Chekhov the man with the hammer challenging the complacent family to share their meal,
Kerouac the ever on the move, somewhat hysterical searcher, and he reminds me of many
Americans who as children were so blasted with propaganda that they’re devoting the rest
of their lives to challenging the lies and all who tell them. In this land where babies are
brought by storks and buildings collapse due to unpatriotic bricks, we need the gadfly
because no leader, preacher, guru, or saint will wake us up, though the Doomsday clock
is ticking close to twelve.”
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Drowning our sorrows together...

Last night (the live chat, not the election results) went pretty good.
We had so many people the system froze up.

Some people trying to get in saw  Closing Link: Crick[] (Too many connections from your IP)

I'll bet Fud and Blaze will have that fixed by the next chat.

Thanks to all who dropped by.

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Subject: buying from

I do almost all of my christmas shopping on Amazon and I would like you to receive those huge Amazon commissions.
 As I understand it, you do not get credit if I just browse Amazon using your link, for example, if I am looking for
a Sony TV, I must buy a sony TV. If I buy something else you do not get the commission.

Could you explain to me how that works.
Also, your other readers may be interested.
  Art H

Art, thanks for that.
The only way I know it works for sure is like this:

Find what you want on  then copy the name
of the product, like "Beatles Abbey Road."

Then go to and locate the amazon link
and paste in the name of the product.  When it pops up,
look closely at the link and it'll say "" inside the link.

If you purchase it then, they'll send me the pennies
which doesn't cost you anything extra - I promise.

BTW, I heard the newly remastered Abbey Road last weekend - unbelievable.

The drums and Harrison's guitar were inside the car with us!

When you add drums and guitar to Abbey Road
The Beatles turn into a true rock band, not a pop band.

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Subject: Dallas Cowboy jokes

The Texas State Troopers are cracking down on speeders heading into Dallas .

For the first offense, they give you 2 Dallas Cowboy tickets.

If you get stopped a second time, they make you use them.

  Thanks to RandyGuitar

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Guess the City


Subject: last issue's mystery city

 Bart, last issue's mystery city is Stockholm, Sweden.
(Usually you see it from the other direction). 

A really nice shot of the royal palaces and the parliament building.
  Jerry Dax

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Subject: last issue's history mystery

  Last issue's history mystery  remains a mystery.

It's possible somebody got it right and I missed your e-mail plus

we had the distraction of the election, so I'll give you more time,

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Subject: Donations

Bart, here's a few dollars. I had to do something after last night's fiasco and then
today watching Obama promise to continue being weak, cowardly and "bipartisan".

I saw that press conference the same way. I saw a look of determination
in Obama's eyes to give us two more years just like the last two.   That's sad.

Seemed like the most satisfying thing I could do under the circumstances
was send you a small token of thanks for swinging the hammer.

 Mike in Santa Rosa, CA

Mike, thanks for that.

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