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Tueday,  April 30, 2013    Vol 3053 - Zombie Swagger 

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...

Arrow TOP Ten Bush Lie-Berry Features
Cheney Kin Dereg Chem Plants
America is Ready for Legal Pot
Arrow Online Poker Returns - Sort of
Arrow Judge has Second Thoughts
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TOP Ten Bush Lie-Berry Features
Stolen from Twitter by Tom G
10) The lie bury is open but the History Department is not quite finished rewriting.

9) The trickle-down fountain funnels the water back to the top and nothing reaches the lower level.

8) The roach coach outside looks suspiciously like the Iraqi Mobile WMD Lab
     that Powell showed us in reconnaissance photos during his address to the UN.

7) The staff is on vacation right now.

6) Someone locked one of the doors so that when you try to pull on it,
    a candid camera snaps a picture of you looking stupid.

5) Is that Harriet Miers greeting people at the entrance?

4) Design critics have noted that the 911 Commission Report display
    has a bit too much whitewashing for their tastes.

3) Miniature American Flags desecrated with W's signature are available at the gift shop.

2) Library background music includes one of The Who's greatest hits,
   "Fool Me Once, Shame on, Shame on You Fool Me, You Can’t Get Fooled Again."

1) The cafeteria is a fine gathering place to help you put food on your family.

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Cheney Kin Deregulated Chem Plants
Those 15 dead in Texas are gone because of it


MSNBC host Chris Hayes explained on his program Thursday how the Bush Bastards
—and specifically Dick Cheney’s son-in-law—played a critical role in defeating regulations
that would have strengthened federal oversight of chemical plants like the one that exploded
and killed 15 people in West, Texas, last week.

During the time Cheney stole power, Philip Perry worked in various governmental entities
such as the White House OMB and Homeland Security. While at these jobs, he was able to
successfully block the EPA from regulating the chemical industry. As general counsel at the
DHS in 2007, Perry played a key role in moving the task of regulating chemical plants from
the EPA to his own department—a move that favored the chemical industry.

“Basically, in a backroom maneuver, Perry does the chemical industry’s bidding by moving
the oversight of this from the EPA, which the chemical industry hates, to DHS, which the
chemical industry thinks they can more easily manipulate,” Hayes explained.

Here's where I usually jump on the Democrats for failing to list the facts,
but we're going to win the next one or two national elections no matter what.

As long as Texans keeps voting for candidates who are insane,
they will continue to die for no goddamn reason.

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 Subject:  gun cowards

The pro-gun supporters in Indiana who show up to
intimidate moms for sensible gun laws are pretty gutless.

Why don't they patrol street corners in high crime, low income
housing projects where their presence could be utilized to protect innocent citizens?

Or is their courage limited to confronting mostly unarmed mothers?

General Wesley Clark says, "If you like to shoot guns, join the damn army
and we'll send you to Afghanistan and you can shoot f-ing guns all f-ing day."

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The Army says they don't need these tanks,
but our crooked congress doesn't care.
They're going to build them, anyway.

BTW, last I heard, Bush the Smarter
(Carlisle Group) was selling these to the Army.

Online Poker Returns - Sort of
We are NOT the United States


Poker devotees will soon be able play poker inside their homes (Gasp!) — at least in Nevada.
 A Las Vegas company is expected to launch the first legal, real-money poker website in the
United States on Tuesday morning.
The site, run by Ultimate Gaming, will accept wagers only from players in Nevada for now,
but likely represents the shape of things to come for gamblers across the country.
Internet poker, never fully legal, has been strictly outlawed since 2011, when Obama went crazy
for no goddamn reason and decided poker was a "threat" that only he could neutralize, so he seized
the domain names of the largest offshore sites catering to U.S. customers and blacked them out.

There was never any reason for First Nanny Obama to get involved in online poker.

Why the hell can't he concentrate on jobs and terrorism and leave recreational shit alone?

"Eric, find a dollar poker game
  and bust those bastards!"

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This is why America is bankrupt.

The Koch Brothers didn't have to pay $34B in taxes that

could've gone to the debt, education, infrastructure etc.

America is Ready for Legal Pot
Maybe we can smoke the deficit away?


What if we could shrink the federal deficit and get high at the same time?
Two congressmen calling for the legalization of recreational marijuana say it could work.
Rep. Earl Blumenauer (D-Ore.) and Rep. Jared Polis (D-Colo.) say marijuana legalization is a
common sense fiscal policy that could save the government billions of dollars through a combination
of tax revenues and savings from not chasing after and then jailing people who enjoy God'st flowers.
“We are trying to rationalize federal drug policy,” Blumenauer tells Top Line. “We're spending too much
money on enforcement for something most Americans think should be legal, and we're losing revenue.
And we're going to create federal train wreck if we don't fix it.”
They say Obama is behind the curve of states like Washington and Colorado, where recreational
marijuana is regulated and taxed.    "Colorado and Washington voters agree, as do I, that the proper
policy with regard to marijuana is to regulate it rather than ban it," says Polis.
Polis makes the case that marijuana should be treated no differently from "other unhealthy substances"
like tobacco and alcohol. But that’s not such an easy sell in the halls of Congress, where Blumenauer
and Polis face an uphill battle in getting legislation passed.

Blumenauer and Polis need to bone up on their facts. Pot (ZERO dead EVER ) is nowhere
NEAR as dangerous as cigarettes  (435,000 dead yearly ) or alcohol (85,00 dead yearly.)

BTW, peanuts kill 100 people a year - why not outlaw f-ing peanuts?

As a rule, America refuses to allow science and logic into their lawmaking process.
We can be a really stupid country, and it's worse knowing that many other nations get things right.

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 Subject: Duck Dynasty

Bart, I have watched the show plenty. In my estimation, this is why the show is popular...
1) they come across as a tight knit, old-fashioned Christian-values, family-oriented bunch.
2) Uncle Si and Jase Robertson are both funny and likable characters
3) cute kids
4) the "redneck" thing that seems to be popular on cable TV right now
5) certain Americans love of guns, hunting and fishing.

It actually seems that every camouflage wearing, truck driving, self-proclaimed
proud redneck in America thinks that this nice family is just like their family,
and that too adds to the show's popularity. That is my armchair analysis of why
people like "Duck Dynasty". Also, not only does family patriarch, Phil Robertson,
have a masters degree in English, he also started ahead of one Terry Bradshaw on
the college football team and is said to have had NFL talent.
 Thad in Dallas

P.S. I would love to see you have a stronger presence on Facebook
while it is still a viable social media option.

I confess, I don't completely get Facebook.

I know people who LIVE there and that's all they do.

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S. C. Judge has Second Thoughts
Maybe they should've counted the damn votes


Sandra Day O'Connor acknowledges that the ruling that put Bush in the White House hurt
(I would say "ruined") the court's al;ready less-than-stellar reputation
Seven years after retiring from the Supreme Court, Sandra Day O'Connor is second-guessing
the most controversial ruling of her 25 years on the high court — Bush v. Gore, which put
that unqualified little boy Georgie Bush in the White House. She says now that the court only
"stirred up the public" and "gave the court a less-than-perfect (Make that "pure shit) reputation"
by stepping in to end Florida's vote counting, giving the presidency to Bush.
O'Connor said, "Maybe we should have said, 'We're not going to take it, goodbye.'"
"The Supreme Court made a political decision and gave Bush the keys to the Oval Office.
O'Connor now realizes she ruined her reputation by siding with the slim majority and will
never get it back, but now she'll have her mea culpa on the record," says Taylor Marsh.
"She's embarrassed about what she did, which as it should be."

You'd think they'd have time to mention that O'Connor reportedly blurted out "Oh no!"
when she heard that Gore had won Florida, before they jumped in to "fix" the election.

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 Subject: Boy Scouts Hypocrisy

The current rejection of gays by the Boy Scouts of America highlights the hypocrisy
of an organization whose founder was evidently gay.  There are many articles about
Robert Baden-Powell's closeted homosexuality.  Yet the Scouts refuse to acknowledge
this and choose to perpetuate the climate of repression and fear that made Baden-Powell's
life in Victorian England so conflicted.    Link
  Nelson Johnson

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Know Your Classics


 Subject: last issue's Classic    Link

Bart, that's from To Kill A Mockingbird by Harper Lee,
a book that every kid in every English-speaking nation
should read before he graduates from high school.
  Sue in Michigan

That's from Tequila Mockingbird (I think that was the title...),
and congratulations to Harper Lee, the author, who turned 87 yesterday!

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Today's Wildlife Photo


  Scariest wildlife photo ever?

  Looks like something from a Fifties Sci-Fi movie.

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 Subject: Willie Nelson and Pot

Willie Nelson celebrates his 80th birthday today. 
If he doesn’t stop using marijuana, he won’t celebrate many more.  
 Jim W.

Reefer Madness crazies like Obama think long-term pot use is devastating.

Willie proves they need more science and logic in their failed argument.

"Eric, find a legal pot farm
  and bust those bastards!"

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Bart, that's Rachael Ray at Lake George High School back in the day.


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Today's Mystery City


 What city is Batman in?  (The answer is not Gothem City)

Subject: last issue's Mystery City    

That's the New York Public Library at the corner of 5th Avenue and 42nd Street. 
Take a right out of Grand Central Station and you're there.
  Richard in Holliston, MA

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 Subject: last issue's Mystery Car    Link

That's a 1949 Lincoln Cosmopolitan 4-door sedan.
Note the suicide doors, later seen in the Continental in the 1960s.

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What is today's History Mystery?   


Subject: last issue's History Mystery    Link 

Bart, that's Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court in the Sixties.

What American History book would be complete without mentioning The Warren Report?

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