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Wednesday,  February 8, 2012    Vol 2822 - Don't Bain me, Bro

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...

Arrow Obama sweeps 3 - BIG-time
Arrow Every Sperm is Sacred
Freeway Blogger's Contest
Arrow Romney Reflects GOP's Problem
Arrow Obama fears GOP super PACs
Arrow Losers join forces for Borefest
Arrow Ringer's Sarah Michelle Gellar


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"We're not animals, we're human beings and
   we need help.  What are you waiting for?"
     --  Syrian freedom fighter on CNN

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  Not an invasion, just some sky mischief.

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Obama sweeps MN, MO and CO - BIG-time 
Willard severely hurt by party-wide rejection


Rick Santorum scored two big victories in the race for the nomination by winning
Minnesota's Republican caucuses and Missouri's Republican primary.

"Conservatism is alive and well in Missouri and Minnesota," Santorum said in St. Charles, Mo.,
calling his wins "a victory for the voices of our party, conservatives and tea party people, who are
out there every day in the vineyards."

"I don't claim to be the conservative alternative to Mitt Romney," Santorum goofed.
"I claim to be the conservative alternative to Barack Obama."

Romney, the Republican Party's "inevitable" nominee after his wins in Florida and Nevada last week,
had his worst night of the 2012 presidential campaign. For the first time, he did not finish in first or
second place.  In Minnesota, ABC News projects that Ron Paul will take second place, with Willard
in third place and Newt Gingrich in fourth.

Romney was second in Missouri --30 points behind Santorum's 55 percent landslide.

They say Romney is still going to be the GOP nominee.
Seems they have nobody better than everyone-hates-Romney.
But who's going to be the religio-crazy candidate?

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Every Sperm is Sacred
  ...that is, in Oklahoma


Undaunted by the monumental failure of Personhood USA's push to declare fertilized human eggs
exactly the same as grown ass adults in Mississippi, conservatives in Oklahoma have pushed forward
with their own Personhood Bill. But one Democratic smartass isn't having it, and she finds the whole
thing so absurd that she tacked on an amendment of her own that would outlaw the spilling of semen
in any location other than a woman's vagina.
Any action in which a man ejaculates or otherwise deposits semen anywhere but in a
woman's vagina shall be interpreted and construed as an action against an unborn child.

That means no masturbating. No wet dreaming. No blow jobs or facials or pulling out.
No gay sex, unless a vagina's around to catch the precious seed.  No Boston cream pies.

I assume I don't want to know...


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Subject: Have You Lost Your F-ing Mind?


I'd like to ask you a question.  Let's assume that we all desire an orderly world in which to live. 
What, in your mind, should be paramount, might, or the rule of law?  Your answer has to be
either one or the other, and it can't be both.  The reason it couldn't be both, is because if it
were both, there would be, for all practical purposes, no law at all.

So, how would you answer, and why?

The answer is obvious.

If our toddlers fell in some water near a "No Swimming" sign, I'd jump in and
save mine and you, being a good, law-abiding Democrat, would obey the stupid sign.

To be nice, I'd save your kid, too, because it's not his fault his daddy is a Democrat.

People who tell themselves "Dammit, rules are rules"
don't live in the real, practical world like the rest of us.

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on her fine, fine Entertainment Page

Marty's TV Listings are the best!

Marty always has good stuff.

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Romney Reflects GOP's Problem
"Everybody hates our front-runner"


Nobody likes Willard Romney. And that reality is undercutting his effort to cast himself as
the nominee and prolonging a race that each day exposes deep divisions within the party.

Gingrich also now faces a fresh challenge to his claim that he's the alternative to Romney.

Unelectable Rick Santorum's surprise victories Tuesday night in Colorado, Minnesota and
Missouri — which, for now at least, keep his struggling candidacy alive.

Santorum broke a four-state losing streak by pitching himself as the only true conservative.

The results focus attention on Romney's and Gingrich's weaknesses, while underscoring
the degree to which the GOP primary battle is likely to stretch well into the spring and
perhaps even the summer. The outcomes also are likely to detract from Republicans'
efforts to slander Obama.

While Santorum may get a short-term boost of momentum, he's broke, whereas
Romney has a national political machine fueled by his fellow Wall Street vultures.



"Giselle just needs to continue to be cute and shut up,"
    -- NY Giants running back Brandon Jacobs, offering Tom Brady's wife some advice   Link

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Subject: We're better off than we were 3 years ago

When Obama took office in January of 2009 America was losing 750,000 jobs a month.
Now we're adding 250,000 jobs a month.

Although we have a long way to go, the number of jobs is almost 1 million jobs a month increase
since the end of the Bush administration. It seems to me that we are heading in the right direction
and I don't see why we should consider going back to the party of Bush and have them ruin the
economy like they did last decade.
  Marc Perkel


Subject: My Brush with Greatness   


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Obama fears being sharply outspent by GOP super PACs
Closest thing I've seen to an honest headline on this subject
...and it's the goddamn Washington Whore Post!

The Obama campaign has concluded that it could be dramatically outspent this year by conservative
groups, which have oil and Wall Street money coming out the ying-yang, according to aides.

That revised analysis, spurred by GOP primary spending, led to Obama’s decision to
support a Democratic super PAC that has struggled without his cear support.

The move signals a remarkable turnabout for a politician who has spent much of his career
railing against the influence of such groups on elections, calling them a “threat to democracy.”

So, the WaHoPo told the truth for the first two paragraphs, then started lying in the third.
What is Obama's crime here?

Not knowing the Whore Court would legalize unlimted outside money from Fat Cats?
How was Obama supposed to know they were going to do that?

Campaign finance is a lot like owning guns.
If nobody has a gun, I probably wouldn't need one, either.

But in a land of 200 million guns, I don't want to be the idiot Democrat
standing there with butter knife in my damn hands when the war starts.

Asking Obama to unilaterally disarm is a lie, in itself.


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Subject: Obama's campaign finance 'Flip flop'

Yeah I was thinking the same thing.

Why not say: 'If I were an NFL coach, I might not like the change in the rules that allows you
to bump a receiver out of bounds and have it not count as a reception, I'd want to go back to
the previous rule, that the reception counts if he would have landed in bounds but for the push.
But you know, just because I don't like the rule, doesn't mean I'm not telling my corners and
safeties to bump for all they're worth!"
Bill, whose too broke right now after paying down some damn (6K!) extra expense on his condo,
AND getting a root canal AND saving for a trip to Oregon for my mom's 90th B-day.
  William in MN

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Subject: Health report

Dear Bart,

Great to hear that you are doing so well and that you're enjoying yourself so much.
And if Mrs Bart is going to live to 100, maybe she'll be able to drive one of those
flying station wagons we've been waiting for since 1948.

Keep swinging the hammer.
 Crabtree,  Ashland Oregon.

Subject: Autumn pot roast

Anything with squash in it is automatically "Autumn," Bart. 
Even I know that!

Subject: Catholics


As a Catholic (as in Athiest who goes and keeps quiet for his wife), I damn near shit myself as I
heard the priest reading a letter from the Bishop saying that the church would not comply with the law. 

I was livid.  Unfortunately, heres the rub...I live in Allentown, PA; and when Billy Joel wrote that
song 30 years ago, shit was good.  The bottom line is that the Catholic High school sends 98% of
their kids to college as compared to the public school where gang warfare rages in the halls. 
Where would you send your kids?

On the way out, I asked the priest how I could tell kids that they are to obey the laws whether
or not they liked them, and then they hear this in Holy Masss.  So I could be accurate, I asked
the priest if I should inform them of any other exceptions other than reproductive healthcare,
and child rape laws. 

He have me a look that could kill, and I probably wont get laid for a month, but I just couldn't shut up.
 Big Pfeif in Philly

I watched Tweety last night and he had a good point, saying 95% of Catholic families aren't
following the Church's rules on contraception and as proof, he asked how many
families these days have 10-13 kids. The answer is maybe 5% of families - or less.

The Pope and the bishops and the priests KNOW their parishoners ignore their stupid rules
but the Catholics are stuck and they have no way our except to pretend.

The biggest lie is lying to yourself.

Catholics are stuck with that.

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Tomorrow in this spot will be
another exciting photo trip from Astrocat

Check out the news and toons at

        bart blog

Read all about it!

  on the Bart Blog!


"It is absolutely clear that the Syrian government is running out of time. They are either
  going to allow a serious political process that will include peaceful protests to take place
  throughout Syria and engage in a productive dialogue with members of the opposition
  and civil society, or they're going to continue to see increasingly organized resistance,"
  -- Hillary Clinton, not going as far as I'd like to see,    Link

 So why not get the Arab League to request a no-fly zone?

 Why not send a few drones that way?

 Maybe take out a Bashar palace for every day protestors are killed?

Why stand by and do nothing while innocent people die?

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Subject: Re: Obama's High-Tech Labor Lies

Bart, you asked,

> "Obama was quoting what industry leaders have told him.  Does that make Obama a liar?"

No, it makes him naive.  Why is he quoting industry leaders about employment, instead of looking
at figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics?  I'm a high-tech engineer and, depending on how
you define "out of work," I've been searching for work for between 53 and 118 weeks. 

Nothing available; in many cases, I believe, a temporary foreign worker
on an H1-B can be hired for half my salary.

Subject: Re: Obama's High-Tech Labor Lies

Does that make Obama a liar?"

No, it makes him an IGNORANT FOOL who does not care to know
the reality of the job market in this country.  Obama's biggest problem
is that he has no connection to the common citizens of this country. 

He has surrounded himself with the rich and elite corporate power players
who know how to feed him the information they want him to hear.
 Billy in Cypress

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Losers join forces for Borefest
Eldrick the Golfer, Romo the Fumbler team up


Woods will play with Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo at Pebble Beach, Spyglass Hill
and Monterrey Peninsula Country Club. After 54 holes, the cut is made and the pros and the top
amateur teams will advance to the final round on Sunday at Pebble Beach.

Woods said he's looking forward to playing with Romo the Fumbler. One challenge the pair might face
is that Romo is too good.  ha ha    Make him stop!   He plays to a plus-three handicap, which means
the team might start the round with a three-shot deficit in the net division.

 "Romo's playing from the up tees this week, which will be fun," said Woods, smiling. "That will be good for us.
You guys probably don't know this, but they want to give him a plus-three handicap, which is complete B.S.
I mean, he's a scratch. I play scratch every tournament, I'm a scratch.

 "He's competitive and he's been grinding hard. It's been cool to see.'"

Watch for Romo and Woods to push each other this week.
They may not have a shot at the team competition because Romo's handicap is too low,
but don't be surprised if Woods breaks his winless drought on the PGA Tour.

Eldrick?  Break his winless drought?
I got money!


Today's Mystery Car


Subject: last issue's Mystery Car     Link

Bart, that'd a 1954 Dodge Firearrow III (concept).
   Charlie Ray, Belchertown

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Some organization collect dues from members in their birth month. 
  Karen in Indiana

Karen, thanks for that.

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Today's Mystery Celebrity


Subject: last issue's Mystery Celebrity     Link 

Bart – that's Joan Crawford and Bette Davis in "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?".

When I was a kid, that was a creepy movie.

Subject: last issue's Mystery Celebrity     Link 


That's Bette Davis, the perfect beotch. 
Served as a prototype to our current Governess.
 ED From Mesa AZ

              "Go back to Kenya, Nigger!"

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New Feature - Name that Food 


Subject: last issue's Food Mystery     Link

Bart, those look like gringo tacos. 
The hamburger meat betrays their authenticity.
 Christine in L.A.

"Beef tacos" was the correct answer.

Wait, beef tacos aren't authentic?
I hear in Mexico City, you can get cow eyeball tacos from street vendors.

I don't want to be that "authentic."

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Today's Mystery City


Subject: last issue's mystery city

Bart, Last Issue's Mystery City  is Edinburgh, Scotland.
 Ernest H

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Today's History Mystery


Subject: last issue's history mystery

What is last issue's History Mystery?

Bart –  It is no mystery to me except why you posted it in the category.
Maybe it was meant for "what city is this".

Regardless, it is the area just across Town Lake from downtown Austin, TX.
The large structure surrounded by parking is the old Palmer Auditorium where I saw
numerous concerts from Paul Revere and the Raiders to the Grateful Dead and Littlefeat.
The acoustics stank bit who really cared?

The hanger like building across the lot was the City Coliseum which typically had the circus
but I once saw Jethro Tull there. The City Power Plant is located across the lake.
The whole area has been "renewed" since this picture was taken probably in the early 60's.
The Armadillo World Headquarters was nearby in this neighborhood.

I remember when I was growing up here that South Austin was considered the
"wrong side of the tracks " by some,  Now it is considered to be the absolute
coolest part of town. I think it always was.
 Jeff in Santa Fe

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Subject: donation

Bart, I found your site years ago when I was getting my retail store off the ground.
While listening to Limbaugh during the day and watching C-Span at night, I realized
there was a profound difference between what I was hearing from Limbaugh vs. what
I was watching actually happen.

I typed "Rush lies" into a search engine, and there, slowly opening on the screen of my
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and you've helped keep me relatively sane ever since.

The donation I sent was long over due.
Thanks again for what you do.

Jeff, that was way cool, thanks.

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