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Julie Hiatt Steele
"I am vastly ambivalent about what my country
ought to do now. I must say to you I am not
one of those, like [the Pentagon adviser] Mr Perle and [deputy defence secretary] Mr Wolfowitz,
who are in my view hairy-chested tub-thumpers. I am not among those who would go to war
tomorrow morning and invade Iraq.' "
--Bush 41's secretary of state Larry Eagleburger on the BBC's World this Weekend
Officers Say U.S. Aided Iraq in War Despite Use of Gas
A covert American program during the Reagan administration provided Iraq with
critical battle planning assistance at a time when American intelligence agencies knew
that Iraqi commanders would employ chemical weapons in waging the decisive battles
of the Iran-Iraq war, according to senior military officers with direct knowledge of the program.
The covert program was carried out at a
time when Reagan's aides Shultz, Carlucci and
Colin Powell were publicly condemning Iraq for its use of poison gas, in March 1988.
So, Saint Reagan was lying again? I'm shocked.
What will we find next, that Cheney's Halliburton helped Saddam all thru the nineties?
The Loyalties of George W. Bush
An examination of Mr. Bush's life story reveals clearly that he considers himself and his business
cronies to be above law and ethics and morality, and his first priority is always to help himself and
his friends make money. Little matters like building a financially sound business as a CEO or looking
out for the people of Texas while he was governor were way down his list. Bush's first loyalties are not
to the People, his state, his country, his religion, or his principles; his first loyalties are to his connections.
And some of those connections are named bin Laden.
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"Our president likes to give lectures about
morality. I have never forgiven him for his attitude toward
the death penalty. Not only supporting it but laughing about it, and it's hurting us around the world,
the cavalier attitude our president has toward making human life is an embarrassment."
--Paul Begala, Crossfire, 08/16/02
Sleepover Guests Include GOP Backers
Good puppy press says "That's OK, he's a Republican"
The Bushes' roughly 160 guests include at least six of President Bush's biggest fund-raisers.
White House spokeswoman Anne Womack said she didn't know whether donors,
or any other Bush guests, have slept in the Lincoln Bedroom.
From the year 2000
George W. Bush vs. Al Gore
Who can solve America's Problems?
by Marc Perkel
Bush will destroy the Clinton prosperity and run the economy the way his daddy ran it.
Bush will eliminate the surplus and bring back deficit spending. He'll spend our tax money
the same way he spent his campaign funds. Under President Bush there will be no partisan
fighting over how to spend the surplus because Bush will make sure there's no surplus to spend.
President Bush, he'll stop the fight over spending the surplus!
did Bush do what he did on September 11th?
Is he the most heinous criminal in political history for allowing the attacks?
Or is he just the stupidest, clueless moron to ever steal an election?
"As somebody who grew up in Texas, real close
some of the best worms I've ever eaten are at the bottom of a bottle of Tequila."
--Paul Begala, Crossfire, 08/16/02
Uh, ...Paul, ...there are no worms in tequila.
Worms are in Mezcal, not tequila, ...and yes, I'm sure.
Part I: The 2000 Election
by Rebecca Knight, as seen on buzzflash.com
What's wrong with this picture? The candidate who tells the truth to the people is branded
as a habitual liar and the candidate who lies as easily as he breathes gets a free pass.
Not only that, the liar candidate sneaks around in Florida with his brother Jebbie and Katherine
(Cruella) Harris manipulating the voting process, the recounts, and the judicial system so that he
becomes the leader of the free world. Something is fundamentally wrong in America.
Something is so wrong that this writer will get over it when pigs fly!
I mentioned the great toonsmiths who's work is featured at bartcop.com
and I was asked why I didn't include the artosts behind Boondocks, Tom Tomorrow,
Doonesbury and Ted Rall. Those are four great talents, but the people I listed are
still amateurs with days jobs, and some even got their start at bartcop.com
Notice I didn't mention Mallard Fillmore, the unfunny liar who can barely draw a check.
"Did you watch the presidentís one-day economic
Bush took a vacation for 30 days and spent one day on the economy."
by Mark Crispin Miller
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The new paperback edition came out recently, with some 70 pages
new material about GWB's first year, with particular emphasis on 9/11.
The good puppy press won't even review this book because it doesn't
fawn over President Weak, Stupid and Guilty.
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just a poor college student. I am fortunate to
have any money to send, actually, as the W economy has hit even my small college town.
Where year-round "help wanted" signs were
the norm just a few months ago, stores are now
firing even long-time student employees. I read bartcop.com every day, and I love it.
Here's my donation to adding W to the one-term presidents list.
Jason, thanks for that.
I know $10 is a lot when you're poor.
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