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Tuesday,  Sept 11,  2012    Vol 2935 - Short stack

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...

Arrow Ryan stands with Rahm Emanuel
Flynt: $1M for Romney Taxes
Bush's Deadly 9-11 Failures
Arrow Romney, the Corporate Raider
Arrow There IS a Difference
Arrow Romney's Specifics Problems
Arrow Still single - Angelina Jolie


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"Seems like the GOP, they wanna take their hand out of
  my pocketbook but then shove it up my uterus."
       --  Wanda Sykes,

 Wanda has a special coming up, but I can't find it.

 Is the special web-only?

 Does this mean Logo is a cable channel?

 If they want people to watch, they need to be more clear.

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"We stand with Rahm Emanuel"
  Paul Ryan sends the Kiss of Death


Paul Ryan (R-Lyin) spoke out against the Chicago Teachers Union strike on Monday,
saying he stands behind Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel's opposition to the demonstration.

"Mayor Emanuel is right today in saying that this teacher's union strike is unnecessary and wrong,"
Ryan said. "We know that Rahm is not going to support our campaign, but on this issue and this day
we stand with Mayor Rahm Emanuel."

More than 26,000 education professionals in the Chicago area did not attend work on Monday
over a contract negotiation dispute with the Chicago Board of Education.

So what's up with unions?
Is this their last stand?
If they can't win a fight in Chicago with the Democratic mayor,
Obama's former Chief of Staff, should they continue to exist?

I'm not saying they shouldn't exist, but if they can't win in Chicago,
their case for existence must be, by definition, incredibly weak.

Have unions out-lived their purpose?

I'm just asking a question, hoping you'll have a reply in your own words.

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Let's pay them back - FIRE the bastards.

Larry Flynt: $1M for Romney Taxes
Willing to put up his money for the causel


Larry Flynt has offered $1 million for damaging information about Mitt Romney's finances.
Flynt detailed his offer in a full-page ad in Sunday's edition of The Washington Post.
The ad will also run in Tuesday's USA Today, according to Adweek magazine.

Flynt is offering up to $1 million for details about Romney's "unreleased tax returns,
and/or details of his offshore accounts and business partnerships."
"What is he hiding?" the ad asks.
"Can you provide documented evidence of your claims? Larry Flynt and Hustler Magazine
will pay you up to $1 million if we publish your verified story," the ad reads.
This isn't the first time Flynt has opened his wallet in an effort to get the truth.  Last year,
Flynt offered $1 million to anyone who could prove they had sex with Governor Rick Perry." 

ha ha
In 2007, a Flynt investigator found records of a phone call from Bible-thumping
Sen. David Vitter (R-Diapers) of Louisiana to a D.C. prostitution service.
In 1998, Flynt claimed responsibility for Rep. Bob Livingston’s resignation.
Livingston — House speaker-elect pursuing Clinton’s impeachment — confessed to
extramarital affairs and stepped down after Hustler threatened to publish the sordid
details along with recordings of Livingston with his dominatrix.

ha ha

Go Larry Flynt!

I should also pile on Diaper David Vitter a little, just because it's the season:

When Clinton got caught, Vitter's slut wife attacked Hillary for standing by Bill.
Mrs Vitter said, "If MY husband ever gets caught, he's going to have a Bobbit problem,"
referring to John Wayne Bobbit who's penis was severed by his very angry wife.

When Vitter got caught,

what did his wife say?

"Please respect our privacy during this difficult family matter," which is
what she SHOULD have said when the Clintons had their little "family matter."

So, Wendy Vitter is a hateful, brainless little slut, who's stuck in a loveless sham-marriage
to a Bible-thumping pervert who pays hookers extra to clean up after he poops his diapers.

You two f-ing deserve each other.

Note: How screwed are Louisiana Democrats if they can't beat "Diaper" David Vitter?

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 Subject: Republicans love bad news

It seems that every time there's bad news for America the Republicans are happy.
When there's bad news they have someone to blame.

Every time there's good news for America the Democrats are happy.
When there's good news then they accomplished something.

Seems like the choice is pretty clear for this election year.
If bad news makes you happy then vote Republican.
If good news makes you happy then vote for the Democrat
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Bush's Deadly 9-11 Failures
History knows what he did...


On Aug. 6, 2001, Bush received a classified review of the threats posed by Osama bin Laden.
That morning’s “presidential daily brief” featured the now-infamous heading: “Bin Laden
Determined to Strike in U.S.” A few weeks later, on 9/11, Al Qaeda accomplished that goal.

On April 10, 2004, the Bush White House declassified that daily brief — and only that daily brief
— in response to pressure from the 9/11 Commission, which was investigating the events leading
to the attack. Administration officials dismissed the document’s significance, saying that, despite the
jaw-dropping headline, it was only an assessment of Al Qaeda’s history, not a warning of the impending
attack. While some critics considered that claim absurd, a close reading of the brief showed that the
argument had some validity.

That is, unless it was read in conjunction with the daily briefs preceding Aug. 6,
the ones the Bush administration would not release.

We'll never know what crimes were committed that day because the pusillanimous Democrats
on that bogus 9-11 Whitewash Commitee decided America wanted "healing" more than the truth.

Of course, when the subject was Bill Clinton's penis, the whole world was entitled to every detail.
But the murders of 3,000 New Yorkers didn't measure up to putting Bush under oath.

The senate was the worst, caving in to Bush demands that he would ONLY tell what he know
if his words weren't recorded and he wasn't under oath.

That's what a guilty man says but the Democrats let them get away with it.

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 Subject: David Whore Gregory

I'm sure I heard Gregory asking his panel if that "important" interview
he just aired would have some major impact on the campaign?

Could he possibly think that that plateful of creampuffs was actually a hard-hitting interview?
Hard to believe, but he's worse than Russert.
 Dan L

Last night, Chris Matthews commented on Romney's non-answers but Gregory
works for NBC like Matthews so Chris coudn't mention Gregory's cowardly cave-in.

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Romney Corporate Raids America
by Robert Parry


Wall Street’s audacity in pushing one of its own, Mitt Romney, to be President has
the look of a classic corporate takeover, targeting a struggling U.S. and plotting to install
new management for restructuring. But that usually means the big boys get the profits
and everyone else the sacrifice, says Robert Parry.
A new article by Rolling Stone’s Matt Taibbi explains why the "corporate raider"
description fits the venture capital approach of Bain Capital.
Taibbi’s article describes how Romney in the 1980s pioneered the strategy of taking over
vulnerable companies, burdening them with massive debt, bleeding them with extravagant fees,
forcing them to lay off workers and then sometimes driving them into bankruptcy – all while
he and Bain Capital walked away with millions of dollars.

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 Subject: Asking the right question...


Here is my reflection on the Repugs question that they keep chanting:

The thematic question of "Over the last four years, are you better off?" should be asked like this:
"If the Republicans had won the White House four years ago (i.e., with McCain and Palin in the
White House, and taking into consideration the effect that would have had on the Legislative Branch),
do you think you would be better off today?"

Here is a rundown of some of the effects if that had happened: 
No equal pay,
no health coverage for our children,
no coverage of pre-existing conditions,
no doughnut hole coverage,
ten more years of Bush tax cuts,
two wars still going on plus one more against Iran. 

But on the bright side, Palin would have probably resigned already.
Keep swingin'!!

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Subject: Obama

Hi Bart,
Listen: While I do feel Obama could have been a little (read: a hell of a lot) tougher with the opposition,
I also realize that the man is quite smart and prefers to let the message out differently.

Isn’t that Jiu Jitsu?
Use the momentum of your opponent against him? 
He will unpack the jobs bill perhaps in the debates, where it is more
important and the message is not clouded by the convention hype.
In a fire fight, make sure you always have enough ammo,
otherwise you’ll end up sounding like Mitt Romney: click, click, thud.
  Marton in Europe

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Look, Mitt Romney's going to hell...

Romney's Specifics Problems
Can't tell us his plans? Must be bad news


iIn a new editorial, the Wall Street Journal takes aim at Romney for confusing the press and the public
on healthcare over the weekend, when he seemed to indicate that he’d maintain certain provisions of
the Affordable Care Act (only for his campaign to insist that this isn’t the case):

Mr. Romney’s pre-existing political calculation seems to be that he can win the election without having
to explain the economic moment or even his own policies. As this flap shows, such vagueness carries
its own political risks.

This comes a few days after George Will took after Romney for refusing to spell out which deductions
he would eliminate to make his tax cut math work. So far, all Romney will say is that he plans to slash
income tax rates but that it will be revenue neutral.

“There is uncertainty surrounding the Romney-Ryan tax cut plan, because they have not specified
the deductions that will be closed,” Will said on ABC’S “This Whore” with Judas Maximus.

I have an idea: Obama should say, "Mitt, during that first debate I'm going to ask you which
loopholes you're closing and I'm giving you a month to be prepared to answer that."

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 Subject: Dave Marsh and The Perfect Pony People

They boggle my mind.

Truthout in one of the sites that has gone completely batshit insane - the Green purity purists
- who won't fight for instant runoff elections where they might actually make a fucking difference.

No, they spew that Dave (I'm pouring gasoline on myself in your living room with a zippo in my mouth
because everyone is so stupid you all deserve to be as miserable as I am - never mind that I haven't read
a single bill, or know the real details of any actual policies....) Marsh insanity, knowing full well if they can
get everyone on the left to believe their insanity, Romney & the GOP will get in, make voting illegal,
guarantee a neocon court for the next 50 years, that will make Citizens United look mild.

They know EXACTLY how much damage they're doing, because if they have nothing to complain about
or blame everyone who isn't as perfect as them, they won't have a reason to live. They WANT a GOP
Theocracy so they can scream - THIS IS YOUR FAULT FOR NOT BEING TO THE LEFT OF TROTSKY!!!!

Even one of their regular writers William Rivers Pitt, who is partly to blame for the purity and encouraged
it in 2010 - has finally realized the damaged caused, and has tried to reason them back to reality,
but they turned on him lie a pack of rabid dogs.

Michael Moore is another one.
Just when I think he sees the bigger picture, he holds out an olive branch of reason, but it's not until
you've taken it that you realize it's crawling with fire ants. His last email Friday was like that.
I'd finally had enough, so here's my message to Michael Moore:

You'll probably never read this, but I must try to reach you, just to save my sanity.
I have to take the wacky chance you'll actually read this.

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And now, a little Romanian humor.


Subject: RE: Dave Marsh..Marish

Hey BC...Witkowski here, if you remember me now that you've got so big time

I remember doing tequila shots at the Pink Taco in 2002, back when
we all had jobs and traveled and partied...   (big Al Gore sigh)

Yeah, I was listening to this asshole on Sunday as well. Where do we get
these insane clowns and why are they on the Left Channel posing as Democrats?

Hell, I've got a few issues with why are the Banksters not in jail?
Why are Bush, Cheney, Rumsfeld, and others not in Jail?
Why does he cave so quickly to the fucking GOP bastards?

But he's a good and decent man who hopefully has learned
and will not take any shit in this second term.

And as for Bill....well, Marish is completely off the fucking map.
I thought I was going put a few rounds from my Glock 23 in the radio
when I heard his rant against Bill, but I like my radio too much.

Keep up the good work, my friend.

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 Subject: David from last issue

Bart, I read the mail from David in Savannah Georgia and except for the names, his story
could have been my story.  For the past couple of years I've tried to wing $40-50 your way
but this year HUD raised my rent to more than double what it had been and it now takes
more than half of my little $867 SSD stipend just to stay in my little "efficiency" apartment. 

Now I'm reading that you're thinking about hanging it up next year and I can't help
but feel a little guilty about that since this was the year I was unable to send anything.

I sincerely hope that you'll be able to hang in there until guys like Dave and I can get through
this whole damned right wing war on the poor thing and things start getting back to normal. 
My rent will go back to what it was at my next income evaluation (it's a long story involving
famous mother frackers Chesapeake Energy) which is next Spring.  I hope to hell you'll still be here.
 Tom B 


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Today's Mystery Car Photo 


 Subject: last issue's Mystery Car    Link

Bart, that's a Bentley Hunaudieres 1600 first shown at the Geneva Motor Show in 1999.
The engine was the VW W16 with 16 cyls. and 1000 h.p. now used in the Bugatti Veyron.


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 Subject: last issue's Mystery Celebrity    Link

Bart, yesterday's Mystery Celebrity is Elizabeth Rohm from Law & Order.
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Today's Mystery City



Subject: last issue's Mystery City    


I believe that is Pyongyang, North Korea with the Ryugyong Hotel
(the worst building in the world) dominating the skyline.

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Today's History Mystery


Subject: last issue's History Mystery    Link 

Hi Bart
That is  Lt. General Heywood Kirk (actor Whit Bissell).
The show is The Time Tunnel. I never missed it.
  Brian in Los Angeles

Subject: Hey hey

Bart This is Whit Bissell   As General Heywood Woody Kirk In The Time Tunnel (1966).

When any credits rolled whether tv or movies, my cronies and I would say the phrase
'Look there he is Whit Bissell."  It became a mantra for every credit that rolled from that point on.
If the movie credits were last, we would wait it out in the theater just to yell it out. 

Bart I love you man, I've already posted this on the Whit Bissell fan club page and alerted the other
Whit fans Phil who created the fan club as well as and Facebook Smell the Mitt.
and my friend Rico, Rico even made tee shirts celebrating Whits 100th Birthday and sent one to me.
My buds are going to be thrilled as I am.  I have named this History Mystery, and looking forward
to my 15 minutes of fame Bart..

Thanks for making Whit the History Mystery.
Keep on Hammerin and putting up the best Satire and Realism on the Web.
Let me know when you move, I be baking you some fresh bread and bringing you some tunes.

Whit, thanks and it's great to hear from you.

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Subject: donations

Hey Bart:
That guy from yesterday who is not going to donate 'cause of the dope bit?
Screw him.

Here's the $5 bucks he would have donated and $45 MORE FOR YOU BEING NICE TO HIM.
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