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Tuesday,  Oct 4,  2011     Vol 2763 - Bazinga


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...

Arrow Bloomberg: Koch brothers  Iran
Arrow China warns America:
Sarah Palin Nude!!!
Arrow Will Obama lose 5 million votes?
Arrow Ah, to be Young and in Hate
Arrow Slippery Slope of Assassinations
Arrow Spend the day w/ Kelly Ripa


Better than Communism...definitely better than Reaganomics:


A regulated free market economic system for democracy


"I'd like to see a photo of that painted-over rock at Rick Perry's hunting camp."
--  Roger Ebert, in a Tweet

Good point - where are the pictures?
 When we're in hyper-racist Tejas and I see a Black lawn jockey, I always take a picture of it.


 Where are the N-Head pictures?

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Bloomberg: Koch brothers  Iran
It's illegal to trade with terrorist nations


Businesses owned by the Koch Brothers made illegal payments to win foreign contracts, Bloomberg
magazine reports. In addition, foreign subsidiaries belonging to Koch Industries sold millions in
petrochemical equipment to an Iranian methanol plant.

In September 2008, a team of Koch researchers went to its subsidiary in  France and "found evidence
of improper payments to secure contracts in six countries dating back to 2002.

The Koch bastards were reportedly none too pleased when the allegations came to light internally.
Instead of recognizing the work of the ethics compliance officer--the company fired her.

I'm sure Obama will want to "look forward" and not punish his enemies for their global crimes.

After all, it's not like they were playing poker or smoking pot

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China warns America:
Says US currency bill would have 'repercussions'


China stepped up its criticism Tuesday of a proposed U.S. law to punish countries with artificially
low currencies, saying there would be serious repercussions for the US/China economies if it is passed.

The criticism comes after U.S. senators voted Monday to open a week of debate on the bill that would
allow the government to impose additional duties on products from countries that subsidize exports by
undervaluing their currencies.

How worried China is about the proposed law can be seen by the fact that the Foreign Ministry,
the Commerce Ministry and central bank all issued statements denouncing it.

But the legislation faces considerable hurdles before it becomes law.

The Obama White House, while agreeing that China's currency, the yuan, is undervalued,
has been wary of unilateral sanctions against the Beijing government.

If we have a trade war with China, does that mean we don't have to repay our loans to them?

If we have a trade war with China, doesn't that mean Wal-Mart, the nations largest employer,
might go out of business and create a bigger jobs problem?

If we have a trade war with China, doesn't that mean inflation would suddenly go crazy
because cheap China products would no longer be available?

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Subject: I knew it!

Christie says no to White House Run

I said he wasn’t going to run.
 Dee in NJ

That's more good news for Romney.
They say the early Florida primary helps him, too.

Is the GOP really going to run a gun-grabbing, gay-loving, pro-choicer from back East?
Those crazy Teabaggers (redundant) aren't going to like that.

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Will Obama lose 5 million votes?
New laws won't let Democrats vote in many states

According to a new report, over five million voters could be denied the right to vote
under new laws adopted in a dozen states.

The study released Sunday night by the Brennan Center for Justice in New York said
that new laws regarding photo identification requirements for voting, eliminating same day
voter registration in several states, requiring proof of citizenship to register to vote, changing
requirements for voter registration drives, reducing early voting days and restoring the right
to vote for convicted felons will make voting harder for the five million people in the 2012 election.

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Subject: Killing Awlaki

Bart, you wrote,

> "I'm OK with it.
>  That cowardly prick was training weak-minded sheep to kill Americans."

The essence of the argument against the assassination is that your assertion has never been proven in a court. 
Does this mean you are OK with Obama ordering the death of anyone without giving any proof that person
has sinned to the degree that he deserves to be murdered?  Or is it your contention that frightening Americans
is now a capital, trial-free, offence?

Don't you think that there are enough evidence-free conclusions being spouted by maniacs? 
Perhaps the POTUS should not be adding to this trend, particularly since he has the juice to carry out his death threats.

To me, it's the difference between Obama and Bush.

I'm sure Obama didn't giggle when he signed the Awlaki death order.
I'm sure Obama has never masturbated to Gitmo torture.
For sure, Obama never held the record for most Western Hemisphere murders.
Obama takes the C-in-C thing seriously - it's one of his only successes.

Look at it this way:
If you and I were pinned down behind a rock in Afghanistan and Awlaki was shooting at us,
would you want a trial for the bastard or would you shoot him yourself, given the chance?

Tell me you understand you're in the minority here (which certainly doesn't make you wrong)
and we'll agree to disagree on this point.

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The Decline of America under George W. Bush
by James P. Huchthausen
Discount code for 20% off: WZLH6SD


"Obama's golf outing with John Boehner. He (who?) said it was a political mistake,
  like Hitler playing golf with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu."
Hank Williams Jr, who hates Black people and he don't care who knows it,    Link


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Ah, to be Young and in Hate
by Ted Rall


Enraged young people," The New York Times worries aloud, are kicking off the dust of phony democracy,
in which "the job of a citizen was limited to occasional trips to the polling places to vote" while decision-making
remains in the claws of a rarified elite of overpaid corporate executives and their corrupt pet politicians.
"From South Asia to the heartland of Europe and now even to Wall Street," the paper continues,
"these protesters share something else: wariness, even contempt, toward traditional politicians and
the democratic political process they preside over. They are taking to the streets, in part, because
they have little faith in the ballot box."
The rage of the young is real. It is justified. It is just beginning to play out.
The political class thinks it can ignore the people it purports to represent. They're right-but not forever.
A reckoning is at hand. Forty years of elections without politics will cost them.

Why are the Wall Street protesters dressed up like it's Halloween?

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Sarah Palin Nude


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"Every time I put up a new blog entry about fundraising, what basically happens is that
  the same people who have already donated two or three or more times during this cycle
  dig down into their sofa cushions and kick in another five or ten dollars. That's great and
  I really appreciate it, but what I REALLY want is to get the folks who haven't donated yet
  (and who can AFFORD to!) to open up their wallets."
Jeff Tiedrich, fundraiser for smirkingchimp.com

 Have you noticed we haven't had a fund-raiser for a long time?

 Seems like every site I visit has a plea for money and I know you're tired of it.

 The worst part is not knowing when this money drought will end.
 Some people say we're right in the middle of this - that it'll be three
 more years before jobs start coming back - how do people survive?

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Subject: credit unions

It is time to tell the folks about credit unions.
Essentially they are banks, but I think they have different rules.
I was tired of having my checks held so that I could run up large overdraft fees.

Now I bank with the credit union-any can join one. Here is a list of the good stuff.
I pay no fees at other credit union bankcard machines
I pay no fees at 7-11 machines
My ss and pension checks are made available as soon as the credit union receives them
No hidden fees
Access to online banking, loans and if you want, they have an investment counselor
Everyone should get out of those big banks and join a credit union.
You can call any time of day or night and get a person on the phone
to discuss an online problem in my credit union

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The Slippery Slope of Assassinations
  by Ivan Eland at consortiumnews.com


The execution of a potentially innocent Troy Davis last month justifiably horrified many in the
United States and around the world.   The case has led to important questions about whether the
state should or is competent to kill its own citizens, no matter what heinous crime they are accused
of committing. Yet at least Troy Davis got due process (however flawed), as the Fifth Amendment
requires, before being executed.
In contrast, there has been no similar outrage that Anwar al-Awlaki, also a U.S. citizen,
has been put on a U.S. government assassination list with no due process.
That’s because the word “terrorist” has been applied to al-Awlaki, meaning that hysteria reigns
at the expense of any constitutional due process. The Fifth Amendment guarantees that a person
(you don’t even have to be a U.S. citizen to get this protection) cannot be “deprived of life, liberty,
or property, without due process of law.”
Of course, the proponents of a “war on terror” argue that in wars, the government doesn’t try
every enemy soldier in a court of law before it attempts to kill them. However, since no war has
been declared, even against the perpetrators of 9/11, that excuse shouldn’t apply.

I respect Eland but his argument seems a little silly.
He's against "assassinations," but he'd be OK if congress had declared war against the idea of terror?

How can we declare war against an idea?

There's a huge difference between Troy Davis - who didn't need to die right away - and some
handjob in Yemen who puts bombs in packages to be shipped on American planes.

Boo Hoo - the bomber of American airliners didn't get his Fifth Amendment rights?

Fuck him.

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Subject:  Paris Hilton and Michael Jackson

Bart, it's easy to hate Paris.
She's your basic rich-bitch who got even richer doing an asinine reality show.

So why not hate Kim Kardashian and Snooki as much as Paris?
And how is an
asinine reality show any worse than an asinine sit-com or an asinine soap opera?

I don't hate her myself. I just try to ignore her. She's not terribly attractive.
I'm not asking anyone to fall in love - I'm just curious about the hate.
She was the most hated woman in America until Casey Anthony came along.

As for Jackson's doctor, I doubt that the outcome would have been different with someone else.
When a sad little man like Michael Jackson decides he wants to die, doctors are no obstacle.

Why in the world do you say he wanted to die?
Police ruled his death a homicide.

He could have gotten the drugs anywhere.
He started down this road when he decided to look like a bleached Diana Ross.
 Steve in MT

Steve, my good friend, have you gone into the mind-reading business?
You seem to assign sinister motives to his quirks.

Let me ask: If you were a Black man with vitiligo,

would you prefer to have zebra skin or would you want a consistent skin color?

Note: I have the trial on in the background.
They say MJ's killer had Propofol sent to his girlfriend's house.

My attorney also represents the Michael Jackson Estate
but that has not "colored" my opinions about Michael Jackson.

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Subject: Cindy Crawford

Bart, I "spent the day" with Cindy Crawford yesterday - thanks,

Duane, thanks for clicking.

Viewing hotties makes the pie higher.

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Today's Mystery Car


Last issue's Mystery Car Revealed      Link 

Bart, that's a Nissan Leaf.

As for driving on the "wrong" side of the road - I lived in Scotland for awhile, and I got used
to it pretty quick.  It was harder to get used to sitting in the "wrong" side of the car.  But then
your question could be turned around - by sitting on the right, you always have your dominant
hand on the steering wheel - arguably more important than the radio, etc...

BTW, that is pretty much a british thing (australia too I think)
as most of Europe has cars and roads similar to ours.

A better question might be why is US the sole holdout (I think there is also some tine country
no one has heard of...)against the much more sensible metric measurment system?
 Tim in Iowa

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Today's Mystery Celebrity


Last issue's Mystery Celebrity  Link 

Nobody got yesterday's Mystery Celebrity.

I guess I need to use more famous celebrities.

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More magic from Astrocat 

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"It's Perry's debate record that has shocked people most. As both the stakes and expectations
  rise higher, he scores lower with voters and pundits alike. Barely six weeks ago, he came riding
  into the GOP primary race like a Texas Ranger bent on taming an unruly mob. Three debates later,
  he looked like a greenhorn knocked off his horse, now feebly searching in the dirt for his lost six-shooter."
--  Jonah Goldberg, trashing the GOP's front-runner - ?    Link


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On Big Ed Schultz last night, he played video of Reagan in 1985 saying,

"It's not fair that a secretary has to pay
a higher rate of taxes than her boss."

Why don't the Democrats quote Saint Reagan?
Why don't Democrats call it "The Reagan Rule?"

The facts are always on our side but our brain-dead
Democrats can't f-ing think and it's killing us.

Today's Mystery City


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Subject: last issue's mystery city

Bart, Last Issue's Mystery City is Ottawa Canada - I live there.

What a cool town,
 Mark D


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Today's History Mystery


What is today's History Mystery? 

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Subject: last issue's history mystery

What is last issue's History Mystery?

Bart, that's David Bowie, Art Garfunkel, Paul Simon, Yoko Ono,
John Lennon and Roberta Flack. Grammy awards 1975 New York.
Mary B of P

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Subject: donation

Bart, give Obama a break. He has a tough job.
Like a hostage taking situation - Never negotiate with terrorists,
unless you are the hostages, then your opinion is much different.

He deals with terrorist Republicans daily &
the American people are the hostages.
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