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"I'm just so thankful right now … that I have
legs. And that I have arms,
and that God gave me another day to wake up and see my kids. I am so
grateful for that right now. When I wake up every morning, I feel like I'm
80 years old, and it makes you not want to get up. But you know the thing
is just to keep moving. … All I can do is wake up every morning and
thank God for giving me that day and go on with my day." "
-- Niki Taylor to Charles Gibson in her first TV interview since the accident.
Texas Man to Be Tried for Heckling Elected Bush
A man who yelled at the elected Bush should be tried for heckling, a state court ruled.
Travis County Attorney Ken Oden said Markovich might have gone beyond his First Amendment
rights by "substantially impairing" Bush's speech, because Bush stopped talking after Markovich cursed.
Causing a member of the royal family to pause?
Hell, this could be a death penalty offense in Texas.
I am answering the call and signing on as
a Corona volunteer.
Hoping to be able to move up to the more pretigous Silver level soon, but for now
the B.F.E.E. is screwing with my husband's company and things are tight.
I hope you go forward with a Vegas version
I wouldn't miss it.
Thanks for wielding the hammer.
Ocean Park, CA
Isn't it odd that Jenna Bush was twice caught breaking alcohol
but the tabloids keep running stories that imply Chelsea is the party girl?
One is a straight-A student who's never been arrested,
and one is a wild and known law-breaker and repeat public drunk, who uses our
tax dollars to redeem her friends from the local drunk tank, who is an underage
club-hopping girl gone wild in LA who currently works for The Sopranos,
....so the papers run stories about the straight-A student?
The BFEE Press machine is really something.
...and the lazy, lapdog media whores will do anything to
and prop up the illegal fraud who stole the election from the voters.
about that Tyson fight?
I'm going to watch it, are you?
Milt & I are working on a contest - maybe see who can pick which round Tyson bites Lewis.
Would a live chat during the fight be a dumb idea?
We could talk between rounds.
We could make fun of the five-hour buildup, too.
The post-fight press conferences from the hospital should be funny.
According to that hysterical article you linked
today, it was Peter Joseph McCoy
who took The Disgusting Pigboy's place on The Vietnam Wall while he was
at his Mommy's house caring for his festering ass. You should keep that name handy.
You might even want to put out the word that it
might be a good idea for a DC
Bartcopper to go down and snap a photo of Mr. McCoy's name as it is on The Wall.
Any of you DCers own a camera?
Maybe they could also snap a photo of D. C.
He's the dude who got wasted so that smirking pile of shit could go AWOL
and find out what it's like to sodomize a 15 year old with a head full of blow.
Sir or madam, you'd better watch that kind of talk.
It's illegal to criticize the government, didn't you know?
If John Ashcroft hears about...///
"Come in, Torture HQ,
This is Field Commander Ashcroft.
We have illegal speech at bartcop.com
Please send choppers and torturers, ASAP!
Look for a 'BS' with a bad attutude!"
An exercise in free speech.
The Heroism of the US Military
They read it in Berlin.
They read it in Brussels.
They read it in Birmingham.
oil, the stupidity, and the cowardice
by James Higdon
9/11 Coverup Questioned
What did Bush keep from public?
by Jim Cullen
The White House counterterrorism coordinator, Richard C. Clarke, on July 5 gathered
high-level leaders of the Federal Aviation Administration, Coast Guard, FBI, Secret Service
and Immigration and Naturalization Service and told them flatly: "Something really spectacular
is going to happen here, and it's going to happen soon," the Washington Post reported May 16.
Yet Bush denied advance knowledge of the
Sept. 11 attack. In January he told Tom Brokaw,
"It's hard to envision a plot so devious as the one that they pulled off on 9/11.
Never did we realize that the enemy was so well-organized."
Hi there Bart hope all is well with you.
Every day is a day closer to the bush lies coming out.
Can't wait to see him testify. :-))
And now to completely change the subject, the
football world cup is going on
in this part of the world and here's someone's version of his World Cup :
It's now the end of May, 2002. I live in a
bachelor pad in South London. I've just quit an absolute
headfuck of a job, and am about to start a brilliant one. The '98 Diary got me noticed by a magazine,
and I now do regular freelance for proper magazines and newspapers. The whole world seems to
have gone mad, and there might be a war over Kashmir. But enough about that shit - the World Cup's
about to start again, and from tomorrow I shall be starting the Diary.
Unbelievers, heathens, basketball fans - step up and be anointed...
Warning - language alert
Heh those English sure are colorful.
is always worth a read.
Yesterday they had a wet t-shirt special.
bartcop.com reader tells her story
Dian Hardison Meets the Bush Gestapo
It isn't often we get to present a first hand, "as it actually happened" account of
the Nazi-esque activity of the Bush Justice Dept. Usually, the victims are swept away
and disappear before anyone can get enough info to tell their stories - like those 1,200
or so folks who were rounded up on varying pretexts after 9/11. But here is a real life
event for you, in the words of those involved, in real time.
Britney Spears, sunbathing topless in public,
daring the paparazzi to snap one for the tabloids.
BartCop MIRC chat
Have you checked out the chat yet?
Was September 11th allowed to happen?
We now know that Bush and his supporters knew that the terrorist attack was coming,
and we're learning more every day about just how much they really knew. Bush's people
are now spending quite a bit of time trying to blame the FBI, CIA, and others for either
massive intelligence failures, or a failure to more fully inform Bush, or both. Additionally,
Cheney is not only advising Bush not to hand over any of the intelligence briefings prior to
September 11, 2001, he is also refusing to cooperate with the idea of convening an
independent commission to investigate those terrible events.
What are they hiding?
What is it they don't want us, the American people, to know?
The Battle of Midway is just two days away.
Meet the Press:
The Corruption of Journalism in Wartime
by Ted Rall
The "new" Northern Alliance government was no better than the Taliban; with the
exception of the U.S.-appointed former oil-company hacks in charge, they were Talibs.
Women still wore their burqas, stonings
continued at the soccer stadium and the bodies of
bombing victims piled up by the thousands. Not only was the War on Terror failing to catch
terrorists, it was creating a new generation of Afghans whose logical response to losing their
friends and parents and siblings and spouses and children would be to hate America.
Why didn't the truth about the extent of civilian casualties get out?
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Politics of Treason
by William Rivers Pitt
Wright's claims of FBI malfeasance have become an accent in the symphony of
accusation that include Rowley's assertions and dozens of terror warnings from
foreign intelligence services such as the French Directorate of Territorial Security (DST).
The DST was screaming at Rowley's Minnesota FBI office about Zacarias Moussaoui
and terrorist plans to crash airplanes into important targets, but no one from Rowley's
office could get FBI headquarters to pay attention to these warnings until it was too late.
click to get ahead
Fall continues for Laura the Unloved
"Doctor" Laura loses another big city affiliate.
WRKO in Boston terminated their contract to carry Dr. Laura,
effective after last night's 11 PM-1 AM delayed program.
In its place, WRKO is putting on a locally-produced show.
"L.A. has been announced as being the smoggiest
city in the country.
It’s so bad here that last week, President Bush choked without a pretzel."
Day is just around the corner.
Could dad use 200 minutes of free long distance?
...for just $20.82?
to start saving money on long distance
What he really wants is a free trip to Las Vegas to have
with a classy call girl who looks like the playmate of the year...
...but if you don't love him that much,
at least get him 200 minutes of free long distance.
click on Condi the Shill
BartCop - come to Vegas...
I've been watching The Shield from the beginning this week,
and I have to say, it's like being in the White House.
Vick is Dick Cheney, who THINKS he's a good cop,
but he's not.
The goofy, toothy guy (sorry, I don't know what his name is) is President Monkey in a Man Suit.
You know the one I mean......the one Vick spends all his time trying to calm down and keep in line
bout the MURDER they perpetrated.
This may be unfair to the goofy, toothy character.
He may actually be a lot smarter than Bunnypants.
The season finale Tuesday night should be a monster.
The whole year, this best new show has produced an excellent product.
They establish on the premier that when things get tough,
they go to Vic and say "Fix this, would you? We'll close our eyes."
And if you haven't been watching, you can see the last five episodes
up to the explosive climax by watching FX tonight, Monday and Tuesday.
Then, at 11PM ET/10 PM CT, the big ending.
"There is a law that man should love his neighbor
In a few hundred years it should be as natural to mankind as breathing
or the upright gait; but if he does not learn it he must perish."
-- Alfred Alder, Austrian psychoanalyst (1870-1937) who was then
beaten to death by an angry mob of right-wing conservatives (Nazis)
Whopper of the Week: Ari Fleischer
Observe the master at work.
Fleischer throws his questioner off balance first by hectoring her,
and then by creating a plausible-sounding distinction between nation-building
by civilian agencies of the U.S. government (which Fleischer says Bush has
always favored) and nation-building by the U.S. military (which Fleischer says
Bush continues to oppose). In fact, though, Bush had previously made no such
distinction—in the debate, he opposed nation-building by civilians or the military.
Why can't the president's spokesman tell the truth about 911?
Why can't the president's spokesman tell the truth about Afghanistan?
Why can't the president's spokesman tell the truth about anything?
We're not asking who's been giving Ari oral sex, because that's
not our business.
It would be OK with me if Ari lied about his private sex life, but that's not the issue.
We're asking about the war, our tax money and our civil rights, and our future,
and we're being lied to by The B.F.E.E.'s official spokesman?
We are paying the salary of this man to lie to us about life-and-death issues?
Is that what Bush meant about honor and integrity in the White House?
We are paying him to tell us the truth, but as long as the Washington Press Corp
is part of Bush's plan, we're helpless until they steal the next election.
Today in History
In 1924, Congress granted U.S. citizenship to all American Indians,
thereby granting them legal access to parts of some of the land we stole from them.
In 1975, VP Nelson Rockefeller, with a straight face, said his
commission had found no widespread
pattern of illegal activities at the Central Intelligence Agency. Let's see..., that was shortly after the B.F.E.E.
took over the CIA and installed George Herbert Herbert Bush as their director.
Yep, I agree.
No chance of any widespread pattern of illegal activities there.
George likes his illegal activity spread in smaller patterns, like Al Qaeda.
Ten years ago: Bill Clinton officially clinched the Democratic
as he won the six final primaries of the campaign and The Hunting of the President began.
click to order
Five years ago: Ronald Reagan's "Government
is the problem" movement had a major setback
when Timothy McVeigh was convicted of murder and conspiracy in the Oklahoma City bombing.
One year ago: Nepal's Crown Prince Dipendra, on life support
after killing at least eight members
of the royal family, including his parents, before finally turning the gun on himself, was named king
by Nepal's State Council.
Note: Nepal's method of choosing their king is just slightly worse than America's.
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