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Tuesday,  February 14, 2012    Vol 2825 - Toxic baton

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...

Arrow Santorum catches Willard
Arrow That nutty-ass Palin woman
Freeway Blogger's Contest
Arrow Who is Willard Romney?
Arrow Obama's chess match with Iran
Arrow Obama pressures GOP
Arrow Supermodel Keidi Klum


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  Democrats are disappointing. That's what makes them Democrats. If they were any more
  frustrating they'd be your relatives. But in this country they are all that stands between you
  and darkest night. You know why their symbol is the letter 'D'? Because it's a grade that
  means good enough, but just barely. You know why the Republican symbol is 'R'?
  Because it's the noise a pirate makes when he robs you and feeds you to a shark.''
     --  Bill Maher

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Pew poll: Santorum catches Willard 
 President Man-on-Dog is more than I can bear


In Pew polling done Feb. 8-12, 30 percent of Republican and Republican-leaning voters support Man-on-Dog,
while 28 percent prefer the Bain Bitch. A month ago, Romney led Santorum by double digits.

Santorum’s surge is fueled by tea party supporters and white evangelicals. He takes votes from Romney,
not any other candidate — support for Gingrich and Ron Paul remains stagnant.

Even worse news for Romney: Doubt about him is growing, especially among tea party Republicans.
Fewer voters see him as a strong conservative and as someone who takes consistent positions than did three months ago.

I saw on Hardball that only one in six "conservatives" endorse Romney.

It sucks to be Willard.

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That nutty-ass Palin woman



Sarah Palin strode out on stage at Nazi PAC in Washington carrying a red leather briefcase
— and off to work she went, firing off a year’s worth of sarcastic one-liners at “Professor Obama.”

“This government isn’t too big to fail; it’s too big to succeed.”
“Hope and change? Yeah, you gotta hope things change.”
“After a year or two [in ‘Obama’s Washington,’ lawmakers] decide it’s not really a cesspool. More like a hot tub.”
“The last thing you need is a community organizer reorganizing the deck chairs [on the Titanic] while singing, ‘Let’s Stay Together.’ ”

“So help me God,” she said, a world in which Americans are overtaxed “is not a future we’ll ever accept.”

“He promised to transform America, and that’s one promise he’s kept;
  he transformed a shining city on a hill into a sinking ship.”

As always, this idiot has everything backwards:
Clinton gave us 24M new jobs, tripled the stock market and never sent a soldier into battle who didn't come home.

Then Der Monkey Fuhrer promised to "turn America into a new direction," which he certainly did.
What Bush gave to Obama was hardly "a shining city on a hill."
The sick bastard bankrupted the entire country, losing 770,000 American jobs per month.

Guess what, Piglips, the unemplyment rate continues to fall.
By November, things will be much better than they are now.

Suck on that.


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"On his book tour President Bush says he used to do stupid things when he was drunk.
   But think about it, who among us hasn't had a couple of drinks and invaded Iraq?''

    -- Letterman

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Obama pressures GOP on payroll tax


Obama is on offense today, raising pressure on congressional Republicans to extend the payroll tax cut
and unemployment insurance benefits. But it is unclear if the president will accept a GOP effort to
separate the two issues.

With weeks before both provisions expire, Obama will host an event at the White House and release a
video to nudge Congress to act soon. The White House event, expected to kick off around 10:40 a.m.,
will feature Americans sharing stories about what the loss of $40 per paycheck means to them.
That amount is about how much they would lose if the payroll tax cut isn't extended.

Obama solicited help from the public in December when Congress last fought on the issue.
Then, lawmakers failed to pass a yearlong payroll tax cut extension because they couldn't agree
how to pay for it, so they opted for a two-month extension for time to reach a long-term deal.
That extension expires in late-February.

This is so easy, I doubt even Obama could screw this up.

If the Teabaggers want to raise our taxes in this election year, Obama should let them.
Then he can say, "Give me a Democratic senate and you'll get your tax cut back."

The only way Obama could screw this up is if he surrenders up-front.

Uh-oh, did I just say that?

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Ronald Reagan, Welfare Queen



Here is one thing we know about Mitt Romney: He loves Ronald Reagan (or at least he does now).
Here is another: He also loves the Cayman Islands. It's something he kind of shares with the Gipper:
creativity in sheltering his fortune from the prying eyes of tax collectors. But here's something he does
not share with Ronald Reagan at all: skill at waving his hands and making the story go away.

Not many people remember this now, but when Reagan was governor of California in the early 1970s,
it came out that he'd paid no state income taxes - none - one year, despite being a wealthy man. And yet,
he went on to run - twice - for the highest office in the land, without the revelation making any sort of
dent at all. Learn from the master, Mitt.
It happened like this. One Friday in late April of 1971, a student-operated radio station reported that
Reagan's 1970 California tax return claimed the governor owed precisely zero dollars and zero cents.
Brazen stuff. For one thing, Gov. Reagan pulled his tax dodge during an election year, when he was
running for a second term. For another, his big crusade after reelection was fighting the Democratic
legislature's attempts to institute tax withholding on salaries to make up for a budget shortfall.
He wanted people should know exactly what they were paying; "taxes should hurt," was his slogan.


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Obama's chess match with Iran
Let's hope he's better at chess than poker


Obama has begun in recent months to signal to Israel that the United States would not get involved
in a war started by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu without U.S. approval. If pursued firmly
and consistently through 2012, the approach stands a very good chance of averting war altogether.
If Obama falters, however, the temptation for Netanyahu to launch an attack on Iran, indulging in
what one close Israeli observer calls his “messianism” toward the issue of Iran.
Netanyahu, like every previous Israeli prime minister, understands that an Israeli strike against Iran
depends not only on U.S. tolerance, but direct involvement against Iran, at least after the initial attack.
In May 2008, his predecessor, Ehud Olmert, requested the approval of George W Bush for an air attack
on Iran, only to be refused by Bush.
Netanyahu apparently feels, however, that he can manipulate right-wing Israeli influence on American politics
to make it impossible for Obama to stay out of an Israeli war on Iran. He has defied the Obama administration
by refusing to assure Washington that he would consult them before making any decision on war with Iran.

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Subject: Are the leaders of Catholicism supremely holy men?

If you were Jesus, you would expect no less.

After all, what's the point of being nailed to a cross if the Church you founded later turns out
to be full of scoundrels at the highest levels? Well, the answer to my question is clear, especially
in the wake of the latest revelations of scandal.

A nest of vipers, that's what we're dealing with. There are all kinds of speculations as to what
Jesus would do if he returned. Well, I know what would be most URGENT for him to do.
It's to reform this monstrosity that the Church has become.
  Eckhard Festag

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Who is Willard Romney?
He's a job-destroying corporate stiff


The morning after Newt shut Mitt down in South Carolina, Rich Lowry, the editor of the pro-Mitt,
anti-Newt National Review, channeled the horror of GOP grandees everywhere. “If Romney can’t
right himself,” he wrote, then “every major elected Republican in the country will panic” and “every
unlikely scenario to get another candidate in the race will be explored.” The names once again being
floated—Mitch Daniels! Jeb Bush! Paul Ryan! Bobby Jindal!—have not been known to raise the
pulse rate of anyone beyond the 25 percent of the GOP embodied by elite conservative pundits.

What’s more likely is that the party’s panicked Establishment, and its Wall Street empire,
will succeed in their push to crush Gingrich and prop up Romney in any way they can

This is why I say it's bullshit each time they tell me Romney's tied with Obama.

He can't even beat up Man-on-Dog, and he's going to slay the Obama Dragon?

As Bush the Smarter used to babble, "Na Ga Da."


Today's Mystery Car


Subject: last issue's Mystery Car     Link

Bart, that's a 1954 Oldsmobile concept car, called the F-88.
It was a fiberglas bodied 2-seat roadster similar to the Corvette of the same year.

The last surviving example sold for 3.24 million at auction in 2005.
   Michael in OK

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If men could get pregnant,
abortion would be a sacrament.

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Bart – that's Madonna – the eyes give it away!
  Rick in Everett, WA

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Subject: your platform


I am very happy and very grateful that you have developed a platform (your blog) that gives you
the opportunity to express the frustration that many of us Democrats feel.  I am very grateful that
you continue to insist that Democrats "fight" for what is right.  You have hit the nail on the head
when you continue to illuminate the fact that most Democrats don't "fight" for their point of view
and for those who are downtrodden. 

We need more fight in the Democratic party.  This may be a result of an over-sensitivity to
"political correctness", but as you have pointed out, "liberals" can't continue to acquiesce on issues
that matter with the mad-dog conservatives because they simply don't give a damn.  The Democrats
"giving in" is just surrender to the ultra conservatives.  Liberals have to learn how to fight by the
same rules if they want their ideas to survive.  I'm with you, as so-called liberals, we have to meet
our ideological opponents on common ground with the same ground rules. 

Any other tactic simply won't keep the American Dream alive for the 99%.

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Name that Food 


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Bart, those are broiled shad with mushrooms.

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Today's Mystery City


Subject: last issue's mystery city

Bart, Last Issue's Mystery City is Havana, Cuba.
I have been there and I have seen this memorial to the revolution.
  Owen S

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Today's History Mystery


Subject: last issue's history mystery

What is last issue's History Mystery?

Bart, according to the English paper, THE INDEPENDENT,
“Art, science and the press converged when Charlie Chaplin threw a dinner party for Albert Einstein,
to introduce to, among others, William Randolph Hearst the newspaper magnate. It wasn't a success:
Einstein wasn't disposed to explain his theories to the uninitiated, the boffin and the mogul failed to
hit it off. Things might have frozen up completely had not Hearst's girlfriend twined her fingers
through Einstein's barnet and cooed: "Albert, why don't you get your hair cut?"

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My birthday is in February,
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