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Julie Hiatt Steele
I have one, simple question:
How would you feel if the Pledge of Allegiance closed with,
"one nation, under Mohammed...."
You like that?
You ready to swear your allegiance to Mohammed?
But you want me to swear my loyalty to your God?
Has there ever been a more clear-cut and obvious argument?
In times like this, I wish there was a conservative on the web
who would agree to go a few rounds with me, but nooooooo.
They can't get in the ring and argue the facts because if they did,
they'd get the Mohammed question and then they'd be screwed.
One of the planks in the BartCop Quiz has always been,
"Who picks the prayer?" It's a show stopper.
There's no good answer to "Who picks the prayer," so the answer = no prayer.
All day today, you're going to hear "Let
won't let us pray," but anyone who says
that is either stupid or a Republican. No power on Earth can stop you from praying
and they know it. They don't want to pray, they want to make a big peer-pressure
production out of prayer to force children to follow the "true" God, and if your true
God is Mohammed, you can just go screw yourself.
This is insulting, illegal, unconstitutional, and aren't we lucky
one court who followed the law instead of their misguided hearts
Of course, the Scalia thugs will overturn this and force federal prayer
back into the mouths of children who don't want to pray, making a
mockery of ther pledge of allegiance and that's a goddamn shame.
We'll decide which God you pray to, you don't have that freedom in Bush's America.
"I’ve always worked hard to be fair, to ask
challenging questions of both sides,
to make sure that I was being analytical without being ideological."
– ABC’s George (Judas Maximus) Stephanopoulos on TomPaine.com
Oh, so that's why you were the first person to mention impeachment in 1998?
Went Wrong on 9/11?
For Starters, The CIA ordered the US Embassy
In Saudi Arabia To Issue Visas To Terrorists from Democrats.com
"The Sept. 11 attacks were the result of the 'colossal incompetence' of the U.S. Government.
[The citizens group unansweredquestions.org] wants an independent probe to explore Sept. 11.
[A lawyer representing families of the 9/11 victims, who is a former DOT Inspector General]
noted that aviation disasters in the past have involved criminal investigations. That is not the case
in the 9/11 situation... One of the more disturbing revelations from the June 10 session came [from a]
former chief of the Visa Section at the U.S. Embassy in Saudi Arabia. He claimed that many times
he would reject visa applications for people that he was suspicious of, and whose credentials didn't
check out -- only to have the CIA officer over him tell him he had to issue the visas.
"Hundreds of people got visas because I was overruled.
I protested this -- I was told to 'shut up.'"
Subject: Please thank Julie for us
Please forward this to Julie Hiatt-Steele:
Her courage, heroism, speak for themselves. But we would never have
really known if it wasn't for all the great work you have done on her behalf.
My wife and I are moved to tears by both of your commitment to integrity.
God Bless You.
Michael and Katherine
Michael and Katherine,
Julie sacrificed her Tara for a principle, ...whereas I am ...Tequilaboy.
My name doesn't belong in the same sentence as Julie Hiatt Steele.
You should go to JulieFestWest
in Las Vegas on Sept 28
and look her in the eye and say, "We're proud of you, Julie!"
to the Humility President?
by Joseph Arrieta, as seen on DemocraticUnderground.com
Bush ran and lost the third-closest Presidential race in US history, losing by 540,000 votes.
Pure luck in the butterfly ballot, disenfranchisement of minority votes, and theft of the process
by the Supreme Court handed the Presidency to Bush. But no one thinks he actually won it
- no matter the rationalizations for Florida, the popular vote says it all.
i am most likely coming to this exciting event (my bday is Sept.12, so it'll be a present from me to me).
I checked plane tickets, and for $240 Delta will take me there and back. I just gotta check a couple of things.
Hopefully you'll have the hotel stuff settled soon. What are we looking at for prices?
This sounds like it'll be fun.
It would be my first time in Vegas, I've be dying to go for some time.
PS: How do you spell 'dooshbag'? I am writing
Rosie O'Donnell a letter
Ain't nothing in the whole world like Las Vegas.
Room prices at The Rio are $169 plus tax on that Fri & Sat.
If that's too high for you, there are tons of other options.
Gens has created a special bulletin board for people who are going.
As soon as we officially sell some JFW tickets, we'll post that URL,
but downtown Vegas is very cheap and the Motel 6 there is $65.
It will be great to meet you.
9/11 Evidence that May Hang George W. Bush
By Cheryl Seal
"Let's hold a preliminary hearing in the "Court of Common sense".
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Hiya Bart, I am getting this tape for two reasons:
1. The proceeds go to that brave fair maiden--Julie Hyatt Steele.
2. I will finally get to see (in the flesh),
some of the many wonderful friends I have
made in the Bartcop Forum. These "Bartfriends" have given me a place to rant.
They have also been very supportive during an emotionally tough last three months.
Keep up the good work; and maybe I will see you at Juliefest West.
(I may even forego the Chinaco Reposado in favor of the REAL DEAL!)
I know you've been thru hell, but one thing we can all get from Julie is
the idea that you can make it thru the worst of times if you just keep pushing.
Any chance you can make JulieFestWest?
It's party of the century, Dude.
Subject: Bartcop Hex!
So Salon.com is $76M in the hole.
How did these dumbfucks spend $76 million on a website that displays articles?
Anyway, now "substantial doubt exists as to its
ability to continue" (shocking),
according to their most recent 10-K filing...
Rumor has it Salon.com will officially go out of business August 13, 2002.
Billy, trust me, bartcop.com is not $76M in
bartcop.com is actually in the black, but it's sliver black.
One thing's for sure: You do not want to be victim of the BartCop
It's kinda sad about Salon.com.
They were a website that, in the nineties, had credibility...
...before they turned whore.
Recently I mentioned "Easter eggs," the hidden goodies on DVDs.
Looks like dvdeastereggs.com is the biggest of the bunch.
Click Here to see the hidden goodies on The Godfather Collection.
There's only one person who can clarify the Pledge of Allegiance matter.
Click Here to see what Betty Bowers has to say.
She's so close to Jesus, they hate all the same people.
We were honored to have Betty in the chat room the other night.
You should join the chat fun.
"Give a man a fish, feed him for a day.
Give a man religion, watch him starve to death praying for fish."
-- Scott Stockdale
The evil Post Office monopoly is about to skyrocket their rates!
Yes, it's true, folks.
Postal prices are about to shoot to astronomical, unprecedented
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Pledge is unconstitutional
by Marc Perkel
As the founder of the Church of Reality,
I support the decision of the 9th Circuit Court
of Appeals in declaring the phrase "Under God" unconstitutional. I would not even support
changing it to “Under Reality” because freedom of religion includes the freedom to believe
in things other than what is real, and I would not impose my beliefs on others.
Personally - I believe that the whole pledge
is unconstitutional because the United States
was founded as a government of the People, by the People, and for the People.
Therefore the People should not be pledging to the Government, but the Government
should be pledging to the People.
Government workers should have to recite,
"We pledge Allegiance to the People of the
United States of America. And for the People whom we serve, to protect Personal Liberty,
Freedom, and Justice for all."
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I were biased, I don’t believe I would have gotten the job."
– ABC’s George (Judas Maximus) Stephanopoulos to Newsday
If you were a Democrat, you never would've gotten the job.
ABC knows you stuck a knife in Clinton's back, so they know
you can be counted on to run a pro-Bush show every Sunday.
Do you like your extra money, Judas?
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Meaning of Patriotism
by James Higdon
True patriots will stand and confront the threat to freedom in whatever shape it comes.
Whether it is in the shape of a fanatic who seeks to spread terror, or from the weak wills
of those within our government who seek to spread rumors of terror in order extract
liberty from a frightened public.
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They read it in Perth.
They read it in Lyon.
They read it in Brentwood California as they letter their 'toons.
"Karl Rove declared war on the estate tax....
You know, the tax only one-half of one percent of Americans pay?
Falsely cloaking themselves in concern for family businesses already protected,
the Bush administration refused all compromise, like raising the already generous
exemption to $7 million. What will fathers say to the age-old question now:
‘What did you do during the war, Daddy?’ Fight to destroy al-Qaeda and avenge the deaths
of three thousand U.S. citizens? Or wage war to protect America’s luckiest and wealthiest?"
– Margaret Carlson, weekend liberal, on Capital Gang
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Tapes shipped before Sunday will be less expensive.
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