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 Thursday    February 6, 2003 


"I think [Powell's speech] was a comprehensive, quite frightening
  and, I think in the end, convincing indictment."
    -- Judas Maximus, fawning over Bush's toadies again

 U.S. Economy in Worst Hiring Slump in 20 Years
  20 years ago, Reagan crashed the economy just like Smirk

  Click  Here

"This is what I call the new reality," said Bob Dutkowsky of J.D. Edwards.
"The environment we're operating in is what it's going to be like for a while."

 When they say the economy is cyclical, you should reply, "Yes, it grows under
 Democrats and the Republicans crash it when they have power."

 Travel Alert
    by Christian Livemore

  Click  Here

 All that changed one evening when Adam staked out an ATM machine in my hometown.
 It was autumn, and all the leaves on the bank’s grounds had been raked into a giant pile
 by a guy from the union that rakes the leaves. Now the leaves lay there waiting for the
 guy to come along from whatever union puts the leaves in bags.

 Bush backs alien evidence

   Click  Here

 George W Bush says there is mounting evidence to suggest there is alien life on other planets.
 He used his budget document to declare that there may be "space aliens" to be discovered.


"Courtney Love was arrested for being crazy on a trans-Atlantic flight.
  Apparently she was fighting with the crew and they arrested her when they landed.
  She said she was just filling in for Diana Ross."
     -- Dave

 If you bought a CD between 1995 and 2000, you can get a $20 refund from the crooks who fixed
 the prices by going to       https://webform.musiccdsettlement.com/english/forms

 Also known as whining

 If you send in a story, you MUST send the URL.
 It doesn't help to say, "This is from TIME, or Newsweek."

 I can't print it without the URL, OK?

Viggo Mortensen (Aragorn in The Lord of the Rings)

Marty's E! page
ABC - Michael Jackson's nose
'I still like to sleep with children' (Big surprise there, Mike)
NBC is doubling up on 'Friends' & 'Will & Grace'
CBS - season finale of 'Star Search'.
The UN covered up Picasso's 'Guernica' while Colin warmongered in front of it
George Clooney has opinions
Kevin Spacey and Elton John at the Old Vic
Smirk's nephew, Billy Bush, is keeping up family traditions
'The Bachelor' is dis-engaged
Palm Springs's 'Bridge of Thighs'
And, this is officially 'The Year of the Blues'


 I'm losing patience with my neighbors, Mr Bush
   by Terry Jones

  Click  Here

 For some time now I've been really pissed off with [my neighbor] Mr Johnson.
 I'm sure Mr Johnson is planning something nasty for me, but so far I haven't been
 able to discover what. I've been round to his place a few times to see what he's up to,
 but he's got everything well hidden. That's how devious he is.  That's why I want to
 blow up Mr Johnson's garage and kill his wife and children. Strike first!


"The Michael Jackson documentary from the UK will be broadcast Thursday night.
  It’s been retitled for the U.S.  It will be called "Kids Fear Factor.”
    --  Leno

 What's up with you chastizing Bush for not doing enough about Al Qaeda...
 then when he speaks of the successes they've had against the organization,
 you accuse him of murder and assassination?

 Do you disagree with ridding the world of the evil that is Al Qaeda or not?

 I want the guilty dead, no doubt about that.  Bush has no business avenging his
 father's "honor" in Iraq while his friend Osama is still alive and directing Al Qaeda.

 Also, the Smirk Administration has a dismal record at doing anything right.
 Some pictures they released of the 9-11 hijackers are of people still alive.
 When that drone killed a van full of Afghans, they said they were ":suspected" terrorists.
 Why are they murdering people on some goddamn hunch?

 I forget the details, but a few weeks ago they released a picture of "Mr Big,"
 but he surfaced and did an interview and said it wasn't him.

 Every few weeks Ashcroft says they killed a "really high up Al Qaeda lieutenant,"
 but how do we know that? It could be the pool boy for the higher up - how do we know?

 You're right, I don't trust a crook who stole power, who hides his actions, who hides Reagan's
 papers so we can't get the truth of Iran-Contra, who hires felons for black bag jobs, who formed
 a secret "shadow" government, who outlawed the Bill of Rights, who laughs when he kills,
 who has the brain of Reagan and the heart of Nixon. I don't trust him one goddamn bit.

 He's emptying the Treasury - that right there should get him impeached.

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

 Help Bart get some bling.

 Is  bartcop.com  worth $5 a month?

 Is  Bartcop Radio  worth $10 a month?

  Thanks to Bruce Yurgil

 They own the TV networks, the major papers and talk radio.
 The Internet Resistance is all we have.

 Click  Here   to get BartCop Radio sooner rather than later

'Madness of George Dubya' a UK hit

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 British theatre-goers are flocking to a new farce which mocks George W. Bush
 as a pajama-wearing buffoon cuddling a teddy-bear while his crazed military
 chiefs order nuclear strikes on Iraq.

"The Madness of George Dubya" -- which mercilessly satirises Blair as well as Bush
 -- has proved such a success at a fringe theatre in London that it is moving to a larger
 venue next week for an extended run.

 The whole world sees Bush as a dull and clueless buffoon.
 Meanwhile, our fawning media lies to protect his charade.

 Oh God, what did we do to anger you so?

 Barry Crimmins

  Click  Here

   Click  Here

 White House Opinion Line on Iraq War

 Smirky McWarhardon has an "opinion" line for you to call.
 Whether you oppose or approve of murdering Iraq, give them your opinion.

 The line only accepts calls from 9-5 EST., Monday thru Friday. 202-456-1111
 A machine has you for a moment and then a live operator will thank you for saying
 "I oppose"  or "I approve."  It will only take minutes.

 Gambling with History
      by Gene Lyons

  Click  Here

 What worries many in the Pentagon nervous about President Junior's scheme to
 occupy Iraq is not knowing whether soldiers who fled in terror during Desert Storm
 will fight desperately to defend their homes and families against foreign invaders.

 From: Chris B

 Subject: Plagiarism

 I don't know if you know (or care), but there's a guy at the Denver Post Online "Broncos"
 discussion boards who is using your comments without attributing you.

 Example, from the "Shuttle" thread

> I heard the first shot at Clinton today, that "during the nineties" spending for NASA didn't increase, so
> I'm sure the full-court, Clinton-is-responsible juggernaut is starting to throttle up.

> Funny, in all the coverage I've seen on this shuttle disaster, I haven't heard a whisper of the charge that
> the Reagan White House pressured NASA to get Challenger up on schedule so it could be orbiting when
> Red-Ink gave that year's State of the Union Speech.

 Chris, no problem.
 I don't mind if people borrow, they don't even need to mention where they got it.
 ...but it would be nice if they sent me tickets to watch them shoot a few scenes.
 I'd kinda like to meet Mr Sheen and Mr Sorkin.

 I have a suggestion:

 History should record this as "Bush's War."
 If it goes good, it's Bush's war and we give him the credit for handling a situation.
 If it goes bad, then it's Bush's war and he and his White House staff take all the blame.

 But noooooooooooooooooo.
 That's not what's going to happen.

 Write this down:
 This war is going to go bad in a lot of ways, especially the PR war. And when it does, Bush and
 his media monopoly are going to do what they always do when Bush screws up - blame Bill Clinton.

 They'll have the gall to say, "President Bush didn't want this war, but the American people demanded it
 and the Security Council gave it the green light so he grudgingly agreed to commit US troops.
 If not for Clinton, Bush wouldn't have to be involved in this war."


"The Vatican says that they are going to name a Patron Saint of the Internet.
  This is true, a Patron Saint of the Internet. So far the leading contender is Saint Alyssa of Milano.
   -- Conan

 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

  ...and pigs can fly

  Click  Here

 What caused the crash of Space Shuttle Columbia?
    By Der Voron, author of book  Unidentified Flying Objects: Starcraft

  Click  Here

 It was shot down by extraterrestrials. Maybe they didn't use any weapons to crash it, but simply
 approached it in their craft, causing Columbia's electronics and engines to fail because of the effects
 of the alien starcraft's electromagnetic fields. It also may be that an alien craft had approached the
 Columbia without any malicious intent, but that its electromagnetic field's effects on Columbia's
 electronics and engines were unforeseen by the aliens.

 Hi Bart

 I'm temporarily in the country of the Prime Minister under the thumb of the Unelected Idiot.

 On the flight over, Virgin Atlantic had the balls to run Michael Moore's Bowling for Columbine
 -- which was fantastic. I shoulda made the effort to see it sooner. The cartoon history of America
 alone was worth the price of admission.

 Also, just browsed your latest edition and it was brilliant. When I am over here and contemplating
 life as a expatriated citizen, you remind me of the America worth coming back and fighting for.

 Keep Hammerin'


"I have made good judgements in the past.
  I have made good judgements in the future."
   -- Waaaaay too stupid to be president

 A Caper Flick With a Lone Star
    by smoking Joe Conason

  Click  Here

 It’s all a setup for the next stage in early 2003, when Dubya unveils a new budget with still more
 enormous tax cuts. He shrugs off a record deficit of $307 billion because he has something for everyone.
 The liberals will get hydrogen cars and AIDS assistance to Africa; the conservatives will get a defense
 buildup, school vouchers and a war on Iraq, with unspecified costs that may reach $200 billion.

"We will not deny, we will not ignore, we will not pass along our problems to other Congresses, to other
 Presidents and other generations," Dubya promises, to loud applause. His "boldness" is widely praised.

 By then, of course, Dubya, Big Time and Boy Genius will have skipped town.
 As the credits roll, they ride off into the sunset, in their golf carts.


"If there were no children on this Earth, if someone announced
 'All kids were dead,' I would jump off the balcony immediately."
    -- Michael Jackson

 But Mike, you'd still have your ungloved hand and the memories...

  Need a job?  Need to hire?

   Click  Here


"Colin Powell addressed the United Nationsl. They were doubtful,
  skeptical and unimpressed – no wait, ...that was last night’s audience.

  Powell said that the Iraqi’s were very cunning in hiding their WMD.
  He showed satellite images of a hollowed out camel hump. They are very cunning!"
   -- Dave

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