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"The Democrats claim the Republican party is
the party of racism
but I'm here to tell you that's just not true."
--The Porcine Butcher of Truth on the E.I.B. network
But Rush, what else would explain the fact that black people refuse
to vote GOP?
Are you saying, as a race, they're too stupid to know who their friends are?
Is that what you're saying Rush?
Lott folds like a cheap card table
He promised he was going to stay and fight, but he lied.
He promised he'd quit the senate if he had to step down as Nazi leader, but he lied.
He promised he'd wear a giant sombrero from now on if he had to step down.
That promise he kept.
When Clinton had his troubles, he promised he'd stay and fight.
He told the truth.
Clinton took the most severe beating anyone's ever taken and all the while
he was running the world and managing our super economy at the same time.
...and Clinton's beating lasted for years.
Trent couldn't even last two weeks - what a wimp.
of Muslim Immigrants Rounded Up in Calif.
Power mad Ashcroft (R-Racist) doesn't like "darkies"
Hundreds of Iranian and other Middle East citizens were in southern California jails
on Wednesday after coming forward to comply with a new rule to register with immigration
authorities only to wind up handcuffed and behind bars.
Shocked and frustrated Islamic and immigrant
groups estimate that more than 500 people
have been arrested in Los Angeles, neighboring Orange County and San Diego in the past
three days under a new nationwide anti-terrorism program. Some unconfirmed reports put
the figure as high as 1,000.
"I came to this country over 40 years
ago and got drafted in the Army, and I thought
if I die - it's for a good cause, defending freedom, democracy and the Constitution.
Oppressed people come here because of that democracy, that freedom, that Constitution.
Now Bush has apparently allowed the
INS vigilantes to step outside the Constitution."
--George Hassan, 64, who just figured it out
In a not-so-cryptic "message" eventually intended for all U.S. citizens -- but likely one very famous
American in particular, three armed U.S. Secret Service agents and a local sheriff employed
psychological intimidation to invade the privacy of retired U.S. Navy CPO Michael Moore, 49,
of Goldston, North Carolina at his home on December 10, 2002... In another warning sign of what
lies ahead for all Americans regarding police-state abuse of power (thanks to the "Patriot Act")
U.S. Intelligence intercepted North Carolinian Michael Moore's email -- likely believing it was
written by independent film producer-icon ("Bowling for Columbine") and author ("Stupid White Men")
Michael Moore. In other words, they got the wrong Michael Moore.
From: David Coyle
It's not Monkey Mail, but it's an interesting battle.
"The White House and congressional Republicans
might be better off
if Bill Frist replaced Trent Lott, but would anyone else?"
-- Joe Conason
You just have to go here...
"I think the public is finally waking up to
the fact that
the people in the White House know a lot about gaining power,
but not much about what to do with it.
-- Paul Krugman, New York Times, December 20, 2002
SEC Launches Probe Into Halliburton
Halliburton said late Thursday the SEC had launched a formal investigation
into its disclosure and accounting practices.
Halliburton said the probe would look at "cost overruns" on certain construction jobs.
Halliburton is just the most recent company
subject to the new regulatory crackdown
following the Enron and WorldCom scandals that rocked Wall Street.
The B.F.E.E. is going to investigate itself?
I'm all pins and needles waiting for the
"All clear, nothing wrong," signal to come from
the lackeys, toadies and cabanaboys who owe their careers to the Illegal Usurper.
Trent Lott isn't the only racist in the GOP
White House confirms, then denies
sending wreath to Confederate Monument
The crowd at the Confederate monument in Arlington Cemetery
when the presidential wreath announcement was made.
It shouldn't shock anyone that Drinky McHappycrack would honor the Confederates.
Hell, remember Saint Reagan honoring the Nazi Butchers at Bitburg?
Swear to Koresh - when they askied why Reagan would praise the Nazi bastards,
the White House said, "It was a dark, cloudy day and we didn't notice the
sign that said this was a Nazi cemetary,"
...and the good puppy GOP-run press bought it.
That's why Lott was so shocked when HE got called for being a
The Bush's and Reagan got away with openly praising slave owners and Nazis,
and then the press turns on Lott for doing the exact same thing?
"You know, I'm not doing this for the money."
-- Tim Russert, (R-Liar-whore) who's on the B.F.E.E. payroll for big money
Let's not forget that Karl Rove played Tim the whore like a piccolo
all thru 2000.
Rove had Timmy's fax numbner, and Timmy reported whatever Rove told him.
Tim Russert is a non-professional liar who couldn't be Ed Morrow's
if the networks had even a shred of responsilibity left in them.
officially starts tonight on Letterman when Darlene Love sings
Christmas Baby - Please Come Home to the troops via satellite hookup.
If that doesn't put a lump in your throat, you're just no good.
If we're lucky, Paul will do his Cher doing Oh, Holy Night, too.
And something is going on, because last night Paul did "The Cape,"
with some lady from wardrobe handling the cape.
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"I genuinely forgive Trent Lott. If anybody
on the right had ever forgiven Clinton,
it would have been a remarkable thing but that's not in their heart on the right."
Subject: Hedgecock race-baiting
Roger Hedgecock, Rush's replacement is going
on about how Democrats are the real racists
and how there's a double standard in media coverage and hey, here's proof...
Editorialist Derrick Z. Jackson writes,
in reference to the Lott's successors circling above,
"The four cannot decide whether to throw the drowning man a life preserver or a cinder block."
After making sure to note that Jackson is
black, Hedgecock, in a dazzling display of race-baiting
and inability to understand simple metaphor, claims this is a reference to the Reginald Denny beating!
You'd think with Rush gone standards at the EIB network would go up, guess not.
Tommy Mack - send me your phone number so we can talk BartCop radio
We're getting closer and closer to BartCop Radio
Also, if I can get Rude Rich's approval, we mighty even do some music on BartCop Radio.
Not as a regular thing, but there are hundreds of little snippets that would be fun to hear.
For instance, it just isn't Christmas without Zeppelin's version
of Tchaikovsky 's Nutcracker.
On April 28, 1977, Zeppelin was in Cleveland. They had done a horrid concert the night before
(which unfortunately was made into a bootleg CD) so they came back the next night and did one
of the most exciting shows in their entire history. One of the highlights was The Nutcracker.
They had never played it before, they probably worked up the arrangement
on the jet.
During the piano solo in No Quarter, John Paul Jones suddenly launches into The Nutcracker.
John Bonham, the most powerful and precise drummer in rock, came crashing in, followed by Page.
Jones was playing three parts. His left hand was playing the bass part, his right hand was playing
the lead and his feet were pumping the pedals and Page was all over the place. They ran thru
Tchaikovsky's version first, then did a second round as Emerson, Lake & Palmer's Nutrocker.
They only played it one other time, about 6 weeks later at the
Garden in New York.
...but I'm sure Rude Rich would say they were mere poseurs next to his beloved Jersey boys.
Marty's E! have today?
3 reviews of 'Lord Of The Rings'
Bono and The Clash to honor Nelson Mandela
Playboy loses its curves
People's Most Intriguing People.
Geraldo in knife fight
LA rounds up people of color
Golden Globes nominees
"If the Internet is a frontier, then the online
self-publishing phenomenon called
Web logging, or "blogging," is the virtual Wild West where any old varmint with
a Web site can shoot his mouth off." As much as the blogosphere is full of brave
and vital input, it's also full of the careless, mad and sometimes vengeful ravings
of half-wits who will say anything, especially about established journalists and
writers, just to attract more attention to their sites."
--Norah Vincent, Putting the Brakes on Blowhard 'Bloggers', latimes.com
Norah is pretending the LA Times doesn't
Norah is pretending the LA Times checks its facts.
Norah is pretending the LA Times hires only responsible and truthful writers.
Norah can't stand the thought of someone else being heard.
What's wrong, Norah, you afraid somebody
might not praise the Unelected Moron?
You afraid someone might have an independent thought, not cleared by Mr Rove?
You afraid we might not handle freedom with enough responsibility?
I got your "responsibility" right here, Norah...
Why are the ditto-monkeys complaining to Roger Hedgehog (R-Racist) that Trent Lott got screwed?
We didn't do anything (Well, Atrios did...) It was the senate
Republicans and President Racist
that made Lott step down, so why are they complaining to hate radio?
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"Anybody who doesn't recognize that what Trent
Lott said was racist,
needs to get their ass to Selma or Montgomery or Birmingham and
learn about what the civil rights movement was all about. We are a
better country because Harry Truman won that election and moved
us on the path of civil rights. And Strom Thurmond even thought so."
--Paul Begala, Crossfire, 12/18/02
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Yesterday, El Pigbo spent hours defending Trent Lott, but he did it this way:
"Can we talk about Sam Irvin? He was a racist.
Can we talk about Al Gore's dad? He was a racist.
Can we talk about George Wallace? He was a racist.
Can we talk about Willaim Fulbright? He was a racist."
Sure Rush, or we could talk about people who are still alive.
I guess Rush doesn't know that America used to be all racists,
but then in the sixties
Johnson made practicing outright racism illegal, and minds slowly started to change.
Every time Rush tries to defend the Party of Racism, he says,
"Let's go back forty years."
The reason he wants to look at 40 years ago is because today's racists are all GOP.
And you don't have to remind me that Robert Byrd was once in the
KKK (they say.)
We didn't like Byrd long before it was cool to denounce racism.
We have to give Byrd half a break today because he's one of the
only Democrats who
will stand up to the Pretzel President, but he's still a racist. I believe the reason he railed
against Clinton during impeachment is because he knows Clinton has black friends and
that doesn't sit too well with a racist like Byrd. By the way, apparently, last year on
Fox News, Byrd told Snow or Hume that there were "white niggers" in Virginia.
That's a pretty goddamn ignorant thing to say.
Also, Rush mentioned yesterday that Roger Clinton used the "N"
Vic the racist tells me Dolly Kyle Browning has charged Clinton with using the "N" word,
and even calling one guy a "GD N-word," but she has all the credibility of Tarik Azziz.
And remember. many Republicans (like Lott and Saint Reagan) used
to be Democrats,
but they left us for the Republican party because they couldn't stand to be in a party
full of "nigger lovers," so they went where "nigger hating" was accepted - the GOP.
And guess what?
Ann Slanders agrees with me:
In 1948, Thurmond did not run as a "Dixiecan," he ran as a "Dixiecrat" -- his party was an
offshoot of the Democratic Party. And when he lost, he went right back to being a Democrat.
This whole brouhaha is about a former Democrat praising another former Democrat for what
was once a Democrat policy.
Yes, and when the Democrats embraced civil rights, Reagan, Lott
and Thurmond turned GOP.
It's as simple as the hood on Bush's head.
Trent Lott (left) watches Dubya (in red)
explain how blacks are evil creatures
while John Ashcroft (right) looks on.
William Rivers Pitt
with Scott Ritter Paul Begala Bill Press J Hatfield Gene Lyons Susan McDougal
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