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Volume 991 - A case of war

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 Wednesday    February 5, 2003 


"Saddam had his people issue a phony death certificate for one of his scientists,
  and had the man go into hiding. This, plus other examples proves Saddam Hussein
  is in material breach on the UN resolutions."
   -- Smirk's boy Colin, live at the UN this morning

 Well, that's a pretty good reason to start a nuclear exchage with most of Islam.

 Lack of Evidence Proves Iraq is Hiding Evidence
     as seen on  thespeciousreport.com

  Click  Here

 The failure of U.N. arms inspectors to find weapons of mass destruction "is evidence, in and of itself,
 of Iraq's violation" of U.N. resolution 1441, U.S. Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld said today.

 Rumsfeld went on to explain, "The more the inspectors continue to find nothing, the stronger our case
 against Saddam becomes. The lack of a smoking gun is the smokiest gun of all," he said, reminding that
 the United States is under no obligation to prove that Iraq has continued efforts to develop nuclear,
 chemical or biological weapons, or that Saddam Hussein has any connection with al-Q'aeda.

 He then sang the classic George Gershwin song lyric: "I gots plenty o' nothin' and nothin's plenty fo' me."


"The U.N. Weapons Inspectors may have finally found the "smoking gun.”
  Turns out it was at Phil Spector’s house.  Robert Blake spoke out about it today.
  Blake said, "What kind of sleazeball shoots a woman without taking her to dinner first?”
      -- Leno

 I watched a little, and heard most of Colin Powell's address to the UN.

 He went on and on and on with the same old same old.
 I don't think he's being very effective - I doubt he's swaying many minds.

 Remember Marcia Clark at the OJ trial?
 How she tended to go on and on and on with the same evidence, over and over?
 That's what Powell is doing - an "official" litany of a long list of crimes.

 It's a given that the attention span of the average diplomat is longer than mine,
 but Powell acts like he's some high-powered lawyer getting paid by the hour.
 If I was making this case, my speech would last just a few minutes.

 I'd say, "Here's the evidence, clear for anyone with eyes," and then sit down.
 I mean, you either have the evidence or you don't.
 Yak, yak, yakking, "He gassed his own people, he's a bad man," ain't getting it

 They say Powell needed a home run today.
 I'd give him a single.

 Subject: Peggy Noonan

 What the hell is up w/ Peggy Noonan? Is she for real?
 Is she a caricature of some swooning, pie-eyed junior high school girl fantasizing about
 the quarterback of the football team?  She is a complete and utter idiot! She's blathers and
 gushes about Dubya to the point that she sounds as if she's Chief Train Puller for the GOP.
 She's hideous. More important than what's wrong w/ her, is this...

 Why the hell do jackoffs like Chris "the screamer" Matthews give her air time?
 Does someone at MSNBC think that there is anyone in the world who really cares that
 Peggy Noonan ACTUALLY says on cable TV that King George " is a good man".

 How the hell does she know he's a "good man"? Because all his hacks and groupies tell us so?
 Are these media idiots really that stupid?  Tell me it ain't so.  I can't stand it anymore.
 Where's the real media? Where are all the "investigative" journalists?
 Where is our "free" press?  This cannot be happening in America.


 Molly, it's all about the money.
 The Noonans, the Coulters and the Limbaughs have become "mainstream."

 If you tell the truth, they laugh and turn the camera off.
 If you praise the unelected fraud, they give you your own show.

 This is NOT going to change in our lifetime unless money goes out of style.
.The only alternative is if WE become the media.
 If we can get BartCop Radio going, and it has some success, others may follow.

Marty's E! page
Turner Classic Movies showing rare 'Salt of the Earth'
Woody Guthrie tribute (his guitar had 'this machine kills fascists' inscribed on it)
AP put Linda Deutsch on the Phil Spector story
Russell Simmons & Pepsi & Bill O'Really (R-Spinner)
The Doors - or is that 'The Doors 21st Century'?
'Jenny Jones' says buh-bye
Sting shopping for toys
And, jurors regret anti-pot verdict - feel they were bushwacked


 This Just In...

 Swear to Koresh, when the Iraqi UN Ambassador finished his rebuttal to the
 blood-thirsty Smirky McHardon Administraion, he invited everyone to his place for brunch.


 I thought that was very nice of him, since his leaders are about to be killed
 and his government will cease to exist in the next few weeks.


"I don't think your boycott has led to his losing sponsorship. Be that as it may,
  isn't trying to silence somebody like Rush Limbaugh unAmerican in itself?
  Doesn't he have the right to say what he wants to say?
  You're against his freedom of speech."
  --Fox News spinner Bill O'Reilly, to Micheal Stinson of  TakeBacktheMedia.com
    about the merits of its Rush Limbaugh boycott campaign

 I just figured something out.
 (I'm not the sharpest knife in the drawer.)

 America is borrowing money to pay Bush's millionaires $92,000 each?

 From Molly Ivin's column yesterday:

 One third of all Americans will never see a dime of that tax cut.
 Half of all taxpayers will get less than $100 from the Bush tax cut.
 Those who make more than $1 million will get $92,000.

 We're borrowing that money?
 That means the poor and the middle class are paying for the super-rich to get such a windfall
 of money that they're likely to give Bush some of it back as a finders fee?.

 We're borrowing money to give the super-rich an easier ride

 Boy, if I had a microphone in front of me, if we had BartCop Radio up and running,
 That's the kind of thing I would pound and pound and pound Bush on.

 We're borrowing money to give the super-rich a freer ride

 Are you kidding me?

 Help make BartCop Radio a 2003 thing, not a 2004 thing.
 We gotta have some bling to make that happen.

 Help Bart get some bling.

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 Or would you rather your government BORROW more money
 so the richest of the super-rich can have an even easier life?

 I heard Roger Hedgehog (subbing for Pigboy yesterday) say that we didn't really give
 WMD to Saddam, that we'd only given him materials to make medicines and that bastard
 turned around and made anthrax with it, instead.

 Oh Christ, who is stupid enough to believe that horseshit?

 Medicine and anthrax have the same building blocks?
 If so, why did we give TONS of materials to that well-known medicine maker, Saddam?
 If so, why did we give him TONS of it during his war with Iran?

 U.S. Bush policies to hit $6.4 trillion debt ceiling

  Click  Here

 The government Bush Adminsitration is expected to hit the $6.4 trillion ceiling on the national debt
 around Feb. 20, the Treasury Department said Wednesday, renewing its call for Congress to boost
 the government's borrowing authority.

 Treasury's announcement comes as the government's financial situation is deteriorating, with
 considerably more red ink being projected for the next few years than the $158 billion deficit
 seen in the 2002 fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30.

 Clinton left Smirk with $5 trillion in surplus.
 Now we're $6.4 trillion in debt.
 Bush is borrowing that money to give to the super-rich!
 How much money did Halliburton, the Carlyle Group and the B.F.E.E. get?

$11 trillion is missing,
 along with any sympathy or good will we had after 9-11.

 Bush ignores Al Qaeda in his lust for Iraq's oil,
 and the elected Democrats just LOVE him, almost as much as the good puppy press.

 Subject: War

 Hey Bartcop -

.If Bush comes up with concrete proof that Al-Qaida and Saddam are in cahoots,
 would you be inclined to believe it and support an invasion on that basis alone?

 Bush says Al Qaeda is in over 100 countries.
 Should we invade every country "in cahoots" with Osama?
 Wouldn't we have to invade America, sinbce we armed him and trained him?
 Why aren't we invading Saudi Arabia?
 Oh, that's right - Bush already gets a cut of their oil.
 Can't turn off that money spigot to the B.F.E.E.

 I believe that is where we will find Osama, and that is why Bush is pushing so hard for war.

 That is entirely unsupported by the facts.
 If you thought Osama was in France, we should invade France?

 On this same track, have you read a book by Kenneth Pollack called the Threatening Storm?

 I've only read one book in the past couple of years, 

 He is a former analyist for the Clinton administration on Iraq. I am reading it now.
 He makes some pretty convincing arguments for a proactive response against Iraq.


 There's a hueueuege difference between "a proactive response against Iraq" and
 killing Saddam to avenge your Daddy and stealing all the oil.in the country.

 Why can't a reporter ask, "Smirk, who gets Iraq's oil after we invade?"
 Why can't a reporter ask, "Smirk, what happens after you murder Saddam?"
 Why can't a reporter ask, "Smirk, how long will we have to occupy Iraq?"
 Why can't a reporter ask, "Smirk, which oil company president will be your new Iraqi puppet?"

 No reporter dares to ask such questions, because Mr Rove wouldn't like it.


"I'm not sure if enough people in America have gotten wind of what's about to happen now — and,
 if it does happen, whether it's right or wrong. That may be the only difference. But we certainly
 have criminals in the White House. These are even more successful than the last time. I mean,
 Nixon and company were kind of petty in their ambitions. These guys are ruthless beyond belief,
 and boy, are they pocketing a lot of money."
  --Terry Gilliam, interview with  theonionavclub.com

 He's right - Nixon was a big crook, but he never tried to take over the world the way the B.F.E.E. is doing.
 Also, Nixon had a Demo congress to keep him in check and Nixon didn't own the Supreme Partisan Clowns.

 I wonder, ...could the United States account for all its WMD?

 I heard the IRS was missing 2,000 computers, and tons of equipment from Los Alamos
 can't be accounted for. I'll bet the defense department is missing jeeps, planes, boats etc.
 When Bush 41 stole two entire planeloads of Stinger missles to give to Iran in the 80s,
 they weren't reported missing, were they? Nobody knew they were missing until the entire
 arms-for-terrorists plan was accidentally revealed by Eugene Hossenfus.

 It's a good thing some huge foreign bully wasn't demanding a full and total accounting
 for every weapon in the American arsenal - we'd be branded "uncooperative" and invaded.

 Susan McDougal's West Coast schedule

 Unchained and talking

 Barnes & Noble Los Angeles on Grove Street, THURSDAY February 6, 7:30 PM
 Borders San Francisco in Union Square, SATURDAY February 8, 4:00 PM
 Barnes & Noble in Emeryville (in the East Bay), MONDAY February, 10, 7:00 PM
 Borders Seattle on Fourth Avenue,     WEDNESDAY February 12, 2003, 12:30 PM
 Elliott Bay Books in Seattle on South Main Street, WEDNESDAY February 12, 2003, 5:30 PM

 Go and meet Susan, buy her book, get her autograph,
 tell he she's a hero, and tell her "Hey" from Bart

  Click  Here   for an excerpt from KGB


"Well, all due in modesty, I thought I did a pretty good job myself of making it clear
  that Saddam's not disarming and why he should disarm."
      --Dubya, Washington, D.C., Jan. 31, 2003

 Was this idiot raised in America?

  How do you mangle a phrase that simple?


 Things are much more out-of-control than ever.
 As far as I can tell, there are no mail programs that can handle the volume of mail we get.
 I don't know how Salon and the other big boys do it, unless they have programs that
 cost thousands of dollars and have dozens of people running them.

 I have 6500 unread e-mails from the last 60 days and it just piles up. Getting your e-mail
 read or answered is just the luck of the draw - having it on top of the pile when I open it.

 Christian, who has been the overflow.safety valve says she gets hundreds of e-mails a day,
 and she can't keep up. If anyone has any ideas - let me know - but how? Maybe in the chat room?
 Or maybe you could post something on The Forum.

 Maybe once the radio thing starts I can answer mail verbally.
 Pray for me,


"I'm not stylish enough to be gay, and the only man
  I've ever kissed is Jason Lee in Chasing Amy."
   -- my good friend Ben Affleck, having to again deny he's gay

 Dueling Quotes

"The budget for 2004 meets the challenges posed by three national priorities
  — winning the war against terrorism, securing the homeland, and generating
  long-term economic growth."
    -- Bush, defending his budget numbers Monday.

"President Bush's budget has wiped out the entire surplus for the next 10 years"
    --Paul Begala

 Who's right?
 Let's look at the red-ink chart.

 Under Carter, things were level.
 Then Reagan went on the biggest spending spree of all time, al least until Bush 41 got to work.
 Bush's $450 billion deficit almost bankrupted America - until Clinton saved our country.

 Then Bush stole the White House and repeated all of his daddy's mistakes, this time boldly raping
 the Treasury, stealing Clinton's $5 billion Social Security surplus and taking us to deficit hell.

 ...and nobody pays any attention because the press is protecting him and the Democrats
 are too damn scared to do their f-ing jobs!

 Bart, don't be so negative.
 Dubya is our president
 We love him!


"Deficits have replaced surpluses, war has replaced peace,
  and the economy has lost two million jobs."
    --Charlie Rangel, ranking Demo of Ways and Means

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"This president couldn't eat a pretzel and watch a football game at the same time.
  I would focus al Qaeda and take care of Iraq later."
    --Paul Begala

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