I failed to get a complete list, but halfway thru Sham and Cokewhore,
writing down the names of the national sponsors for the Sunday morning whore shows.
Here's a few:
Meet the Whore
General Electric - expensive weapons systems, costly airplane engines
Archer Daniels Midland - "alternative" source of energy, billion dollar tax break
Bristol Myers Squib - expensive, possibly-regulated drugs
Morgan Stanley Dean Witter - just embarrassed out best president ever
Phillip Morris - kills 400,000 a year with the blessing of the no-child-left-behind GOP
General Electric - again
Face the Whore
Phillip Morris - Merchants of Death, friend to GOP
Isn't that disgusting?
First of all, why can't we get the "opinion shows" without
Sponsors tend to be needy, so much more so when they have legislation before Congress
that means billions of dollars in profit one way or another.
Why can't the networks do these hours commercial free, and jack up the prices
on Will & Grace or Dharma loves Greg?
Second, if these shows can only be shown with commerials,
where are the ads from Ford, McDonald's and Wal-Mart?
Why aren't the "normal" advertisers on the "opinion" shows?
Sure, Ford et. al..might someday, have legislation before congress, but the tobacco companies
and the war-machine builders and Wall Street constantly have legislation before congress,
and they're telling Timmy and Cokie and Bob Smirk-is-a-genius-at-foreign-affairs Schieffer
what topics to avoid, what to talk about and what opinions to offer.
And if anyone says they don't, open your fucking eyes.
So, we get another clue why the Sunday shows are nothing
but a circle jerk of uneducated flatulence.
(Notice I didn't mention Fox Whore News. When Juan Williams is attacking democrats non-stop
while they carry 95 percent of the black vote, I don't think it's worth mentioning their whoreness.)
Next Sunday ( or when I can stomach them again)
we'll add to the list of Sunday shows sponsors.
You are a godsend. I live in a sunbelt "red" state
and work among educated people in a
university setting who believe, or at least accept without quesyion, the crap they read in
the local rag or see on the network "news."
It's more than depressing; it's frightening.
I don't know How I would make it through
this dismal regime without you. I am on network news blackout because I found myself
yelling expletives in novel combinations at the media whores and was overheard (yikes)
by my teenaged son. I wrote NBC, my former network of choice, and gave those GE pimps
a piece of my mind. I suggest that fellow BartCop readers do likewise: tell the networks
you are tuning them out and tell them why. It may hurt their revenue and we all know how
they respond to the almighty dollar.
Anyway, BC, find enclosed a donation to the cause
as well as a copy of the letter I sent
to the DNC and the Senate and Congressional Campaign Committees. I once routinely
gave to the Democratic Party, but you are so much more deserving. You keep me sane
while those pitiful, weak-kneed, yyellow-bellied go-along-to-get-along screwed senate
Dems drive me to distraction.
Thanks you for being there and keep up the good
George W. Bush retracts his foreign policy campaign pledges.
By Joshua Micah Marshall
During the campaign, George W. Bush accused President Bill Clinton of overextending the armed
forces with namby-pamby, nation-building deployments, and of starving it of the resources it needed
to do its job. "Our military is low on parts, pay, and morale," candidate Bush warned in his
acceptance speech. "If called on by the commander in chief today, two entire divisions of the Army
would have to report, ‘Not ready for duty, sir.' " But once ensconced in the White House, Bush
climbed down, declaring that Clinton's military budget was sufficient after all.
To cover his retreat, Bush assigned Secretary
of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to assess the military's
needs and only then determine if additional billions were needed. But isn't it a tad peculiar to shoot
your mouth off about U.S. military readiness first, and then assign fact-finders to verify?
Dennis Miller :
He is a whiner.
Like all cable media that owe their ratings to Clinton, he stood in front of a huge
cartoon Clinton and did a long, mean-spirited rant on how Cliinton should go away and leave us alone.
Then he went over and talked to Hitchens for 5 minutes about how evil Clinton is.
Hitchens admitted that Clinton does not raise
money for himself, but for political campaigns.
Then he chided them for having 3 mansions after leaving office. I would have said,
"She wrote a book. I know you are bitter because her books sell better than yours.
It's called capitalism, Christopher. Ever heard of it?"
Podesta, Lindsey & Beth Nolan all testified that in a meeting on Jan 16 they expressed their
opposition to the Rich pardon and that they all felt that Clinton was not going to grant it.
Then in a meeting about the Susan McDougal pardons
and other Whitewater pardons on the 19th,
two hours after the Barak call, Clinton brought it up again.
He was against the Rich pardon until the Barak phone call.
Looks like you were right - Clinton may be the hero in this whole mess, after all.
Then Cheney's Chief of staff testified that "Marc Rich is no criminal".
On the Vignali pardon (Hugh Rodham)
Podesta said he agreed with the pardon and gave very good reasons why.
That begs the question:
Why would Clinton help his brother-in-law and stiff his own brother?
The Real Important testimony:
Beth Nolan testified that GOP Congressmenwere lobbying Clinton for Pardons.
Who were these Congressmen?
Who were these Criminals they were trying to get off?
Was there any money or donations involved?
Ause of power: Bush Jr., who has
already shown a disregard for voters, now has his Justice Dept
investigating people for voting for democrats. (Hillary). The Secret Ballot does not entitle him
to know who they voted for or why.
A Party in power investigating people for voting
against them is closer to Saddam Hussein than Democracy.
It sends the message, "If you vote for a democrat, my Justice department will investigate you..
The message is clear and chilling.
America is in trouble.
Keep telling the truth Bartcop.
Subject: A Word of Comfort to the "Undertaxed Poor"
My Liberal heart bleeds for the middle-class &
poor who believe the super-rich
are in need of a tax cut. Dare I say "I feel their pain"? (Who are these people?)
I hope someone can put their minds at rest by
letting them know that the
aforementioned super-rich make "liberal" use of tax loop holes, tax dodges,
tax shelters, and tax free investments. They therefore frequently end up
paying a lower percentage of tax on their actual income than those of us in
the $30K and under range. (And I find it hard to believe I've not heard this
mentioned as one of the many arguments against Smirk's idiot plan!)
Yours in Koresh,
If It Were Up to Me
Words and Lyrics by: Cheryl Wheeler
Maybe it's the movies, maybe it's the books
Maybe it's the bullets, maybe it's the real crooks
Maybe it's the drugs, maybe it's the parents
Maybe it's the colors everybody's wearin
Maybe it's the President, maybe it's the last one
Maybe it's the one before that, what he done
Maybe it's the high schools, maybe it's the teachers
Maybe it's the tattooed children in the bleachers
Maybe it's the Bible, maybe it's the lack
Maybe it's the music, maybe it's the crack
Maybe it's the hairdos, maybe it's the TV
Maybe it's the cigarettes, maybe it's the family
Maybe it's the fast food, maybe it's the news
Maybe it's divorce, maybe it's abuse
Maybe it's the lawyers, maybe it's the prisons
Maybe it's the Senators, maybe it's the system
Maybe it's the fathers, maybe it's the sons
Maybe it's the sisters, maybe it's the moms
Maybe it's the radio, maybe it's road rage
Maybe El Nino, or UV rays
Maybe it's the army, maybe it's the liquor
Maybe it's the papers, maybe the militia
Maybe it's the athletes, maybe it's the ads
Maybe it's the sports fans, maybe it's a fad
Maybe it's the magazines, maybe it's the internet
Maybe it's the lottery, maybe it's the immigrants
Maybe it's taxes, big business
Maybe it's the KKK and the skinheads
Maybe it's the communists, maybe it's the Catholics
Maybe it's the hippies, maybe it's the addicts
Maybe it's the art, maybe it's the sex
Maybe it's the homeless, maybe it's the banks
Maybe it's the clearcut, maybe it's the ozone
Maybe it's the chemicals, maybe it's the car phones
Maybe it's the fertilizer, maybe it's the nose rings
Maybe it's the end, but I know one thing.
If it were up to me, I'd take away the guns.
(P) October 1, 1997
Thanks to Vivp
Subject: Catholic School shooting
Full Sad Story
Well, it has finally happened. A student at a
private Catholic school has
brought a gun to school and shot a classmate. I gain no pleasure from this
event, but I look forward to hearing the religious right explain how such an
event could occur in a place where the students pray together daily and the
Ten Commandments are presumably well-publicized.
Testimony you'll read here if
By Gene Lyons
After temporarily flirting with the evil forces
on the dark side
it looks like Gene & Joe are back on the side of the majority.
Say It Isn't So, GOP
2 Officers Doubted Sub Commander's
Orders, Admiral Says
by Steven Lee Myers
"I think he should have had a sense that corners were being cut," Admiral Griffiths said. In interviews
after the collision, Captain Brandhuber told investigators, The Associated Press reported, that he
thought Commander Waddle was rushing preparations for the emergency surfacing drill.
"He was thinking these things, but did not articulate
them to the commanding officer
or the officer of the deck," he said.
Now that Dan Burton has agreed to stop fishing in Clinton's pants,
the media will have to look elsewhere (maybe) to fabricate their horseshit.
Since Smirk's crimes, the abortion, the AWOL, the cocaine and
the fourth arrest are off the table,
(not to mention the dead Japanese) what, oh what will the press fabricate next?
This just in
Testimony is that the only reason the Sub went out that day was to give the civilians a ride.
Question still is: Who authorized the joy ride and why?
Who was paid the money?
How much money changed hands?
Was that money reported, by law?
Who authorized the rides?
Why can't we get some easy answers to these murders?
If a crime was committed, and people died as a result, it's murder
If a crime was NOT committed, what are they hiding?
Would they cover up the truth if it was just a simple accident?
Will Commander Waddle lose his career to protect Smirky's fund-raising schemes?
Stroke me, Stroke me
"There's a new science and medicine report
out that says if you have a weak mind
and don't use it very much, you're more likely to be a victim of Alzheimer's.
I know what you're thinking - Ronald Reagan. But Reagan was always active
with his horse riding and wood chopping, so it doesn't apply to him."
-- Limbaugh the Logician, yesterday.
There's nothing better to keep your mind sharp than siting on a slow-walking horse
or slamming an ax into pieces of wood over and over again.
Former President Bush granted
last-minute pardon to contributor's son
March 7, 2001 From CNN White House Correspondent Kelly Wallace
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- While Bill Clinton has come
under fire over last-minute pardons
linked to wealthy donors, CNN has learned about a pardon granted by former President Bush
to Edwin Cox Jr., whose family contributed nearly $200,000 to the Bush family's campaigns
and to Republican campaign committees from 1980 to 2000, according to documents obtained by CNN.
Time magazine, which first reported the story
on its Web site Tuesday evening, also reports that
Cox's father, Texas oilman Edwin L. Cox Sr., contributed at least $100,000 to the George Bush
Presidential Library near Austin, Texas.
Bush pardoned Cox on January 18, 1993, two
days before leaving the White House.
Cox, a former Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission chairman, pleaded guilty to bank fraud
and served six months in prison and paid $250,000 in fines.
Time magazine reports that while the Justice Department
vetted the Cox pardon application, an official
with the former Bush administration said it was rushed through at the last minute.
Time also reports that 11 months after the pardon
was granted, Cox Sr. made a pledge to the Bush
Presidential Library. Time reports Cox's name is etched in gold on the exterior of the library as a
"benefactor," with benefactors contributing between $100,000 and $250,000 -- the exact size of
Cox's donation to the library is unknown because the Bush library has declined to release the
amount each of its benefactors has contributed.
Cox Sr. is a trustee of the Bush Presidential
We all know the real reason this was not considered a quid
It had nothing to do with Clinton's cock - that's why.
Subject: Thw Whore Press
You are just another extension of the "Whore Press".
Does it really matter who is in office?
I think not. The truth of the matter is, that no matter who is in office, you and your compadres
in the Whore Press will find something to bitch about.
Can you actually expect those people in such high
power to be "good little boys and girls?"
History proves that those in power are the most corrupt and perverted.
That's a good one.
"my compadres in the whore press?"
Yeah, me and Tim Russert play tennis twice a week.
Mrs. BartCop goes shopping with Cokie the Whore on Saturday's, too.
You must be a ditto-monkey if you think peace and prosperity is the same as war and recession.
You say, "History proves that those in power are
the most corrupt and perverted."
Tell me, what does history say about absolute power when the press goes to sleep?
Senate Votes to Repeal Clinton
Workplace Injury Rules
by Steven Greenhouse
Whore City, March 6 — The Senate voted to repeal
the Clinton rules to reduce workplace injuries.
After a day of fierce debate, the Senate voted 56 to 44 to rescind the rules, invoking a never-used
legislative weapon that allows for the expedited repeal of new regulations, with just 10 hours
of debate and without allowing amendments or filibuster.
Republicans denounced the regulations as "expensive
for business," while Democrats said
Clinton's rules were expected to prevent 500,000 injuries a year.
Republican whip Don Nickles (R-Hillary Will be
Indicted Soon on for Murder)
worked hard to win over a few centrist Democrats. The repeal effort was successful
because Republicans held solid while six traitorous Democrats joined them.
The six Democrats traitors were:
Senators Ernest Hollings of Carolina,
John B. Breaux of Louisiana,
Max Baucus of Montana,
Blanche Lincoln of Arkansas,
Mary (I Am) Landrieu of Louisiana and
Zell Miller of Georgia.
Has Joe Conason been reading bartcop.com?
Reading Bill’s Mind (Safire,
by Joe Conason
Why bother reporting, when inventing is so amusing?
I got to thinking about The BartCop Tax Plan vs the Smirky Tax Scheme.
BartCop Tax Plan helps
the little guys, the working families,
but the Smirky Tax Scheme helps the super-rich.
Let's pick a state, ..oh. I dunno, ...say Oklahoma.
Senators Don Nickles and Jim Pissquik are all for
the Smirky Tax Scheme
but how many super-rich families live in Oklahoma?
Not very damn many, yet Nichols and
support the plan that helps the super-rich.
Is that their idea of representing their constituents?
Let's take another state, ...at random,
...oh, I dunno, ...say Massabama.
Massabama's Senators are Shelby, Sessions, Lott and Cochran.
All four of those cavemen favor the plan that rewards the super-rich,
but how many super-rich people live in Massabama?
Robert Bennett and B'Orrin Hatch
support the Smirky Tax Scheme,
and they swore to represent the fine people from the state of Utah!
Besides Robert Redford, are there any millionaires in Utah?
Bill Frist and Tennesse Tuxedo support the
and they swore to represent the fine people of Tennessee.
So, where do all the super-rich millionaires
They live in Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York City and Massachusetts.
But that's where the liberals are!
That means Smirky and Lott and Nichols and
Pissquik and Hatch are backing legislation
favored by the super-rich liberals in LA, San Francisco, New York City and Massachusetts
and they're telling their own hard-working, tax-paying constituents to eat shit.
Think about it:
Which plan is better for the people of Oklahoma?
The BartCop Tax Plan
Which plan is better for the people of Massabama?
The BartCop Tax Plan
Which plan is better for the people of Utah?
The BartCop Tax Plan
Which plan is better for the people of America?
The BartCop Tax Plan
Nichols and Pissquick aren't representing their constituents in
They're representing the people who live in Los Angeles - why?
Shelby and Lott aren't representing their constituents in Massabama.
They're representing the people who live in San Francisco - why?
Bennett and Hatch aren't representing their constituents in Utah.
They're representing the people who live in Massachusetts - why?
Frist and Thompson aren't representing their constituents in Tennessee.
They're representing the people who live in New York City - why?
Los Angeles will get a bigger share of Smirk's tax cut than Oklahoma,
but Nichols and Pissquik support that bad plan, anyway.
San Francisco will get a bigger share of Smirk's tax cut than
but Shelby and Lott support that bad plan, anyway.
Massachusetts will get a bigger share of Smirk's tax cut than
but Bennett and Hatch support that bad plan, anyway.
New York City will get a bigger share of Smirk's tax cut than
but Frist and Thompson support that bad plan, anyway.
Does the GOP represent the rocks and coyotes states that
Bush won in the election?
Or do they represent Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York City and Massachusetts,
the home of proud liberals such as Barney Frank and Ted Kennedy?
If the GOP doesn't straighten up, and start representing those
who voted for them,
I may have to investigate running for the Senate my own damn self.
Read the Previous Issue
It had everything.
Copyright © 2001, bartcop.com
Thanks for the fumble, Dude.