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In the latest sign of a troubled American democracy, a large majority of U.S. citizens
now say they wouldn’t mind if no weapons of mass destruction are found in Iraq, though
it was George W. Bush’s chief rationale for war. Americans also don’t seem to mind that
Bush appears to have deceived them for months when he claimed he hadn’t made up his
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As he marched the nation to war, Bush presented
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Even Dick Nixon looks good to me now
by Alan Bisbort
I miss Richard Nixon. What I mean is, I miss the days of Richard Nixon when, even while the Trickster and
Spiro Agnew were abusing power, a loyal opposition resided in Washington, D.C. I miss the days when a
loyal opposition was bipartisan, well-spoken and independent-minded, when it included people like Daniel
Moynihan, who died this week, and Lowell Weicker, then a Republican Senator from this great state. I miss
the time when the Republican Party had smart people in it, even if you disagreed with them, people like
Mark Hatfield, Barry Goldwater, John Chaffee. I miss the time when even so-called "doves" like William
Fulbright, Mike Mansfield, George McGovern and Morris Udall were admired by those who voted
differently from them. I miss the checks and balances that were built into our Constitution and worked
so well for this nation up until November 2000.
I miss America.
Did you happen to see the Sports Illustrated
cover story on Lance Armstrong as the athlete of the year?
Seems Lance has no more time for the Invisible Cloud Being than you do, and he's totally up-front about it.
I also think it's cool that he's stayed
with the U.S. Postal Service team all these years. They were the only
team that gave him a chance after his cancer appeared. Now, of course, everyone else wants him and has
dangled wads of money in his face, but he's stayed loyal to the USPS.
The guy seems to have real integrity.
I think he deserves a shot of Chinaco Anejo, don't you?
Ann in Philly
Ann, damn right.
A shot of Chinaco to Lance Armstrong for his integrity,
and his willpower in telling testicle cancer to take a f-ing hike.
I guess you've realized we haven't been publishing the war atroctities du jour.
You know it's going on, and I know it's going on, but I keep telling
they really are doing what they can to minimize civilian casualties when they can.
They have nothing to gain by giving their critics more photo ops of dead kids.
Kim gets kidnapped on tonight's 24, see who gets her this time.
There's anew show taking the time slot of The Shield
what's-his-name the hunk from Northen Exposure and Sex with Kim Cattrall.
He's a trying-to-be-reformed gambler in Vegas, so I'm going to
BartCop, come to Vegas.
BartCop, you have a free airline ricket, come to Vegas
Early reviews say it's got that Shield edge to it - that's a good thing.
Mrs. Bart is making me tape the Cher Concert, so
we might have fun with that.
Also, NYPD Blue returns, ansd ABC is calling it "TV's finest hour," or something
like that, but if that was really true, why'd they take it off the air for five weeks?
for the full schedule, and don't delay, because
they're having to schedule bigger halls as tickets sell out
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"The president is basically a CEO. His entire
management style is right out of
an MBA handbook. That can be very successful in both the world of commerce
and the political world. He's been successful in packaging and positioning the
military effort so that the messaging, the communication all resonates with real
American values -- duty, responsibility, protection -- all wrapped in the flag.
As a Vietnam veteran, I'm not being sarcastic."
--Robert Passikoff, President of Heavy Sarcasm Inc.
Well sure, Pee Wee Herman could sell this fake war if all the
networks and talk radio
and weekly news magazines and big-time newspapers all hid the facts from us and
printed whatever lies Mr Rove ordered them to print, the soul-selling bastards.
"What does that mean?"
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3) What if my children should see these images? It could scar them for life.
Imagine what it is like to be this little
girl and be LIVING these images.
Imagine what her scars will be like.
Why are your children so important that
you raise a stink about images
on the web, and yet other people's children are maimed or reduced to
a bloody bag of shattered bones and you can't be bothered?
What if Fox News were around during other historical events?
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“The media whores' "reportage" re Saddam's
riches has been cracking me up.
A few days ago they were disgusted by the fact that he drives custom-made bullet-proof
Mercedes when the monies spent for same could be used to help the people of Iraq.
Last night, their indignation focussed on the VIP lounge at the Baghdad airport - marble
floors [*gasp*], custom chairs [*faint*], and more! Thank God, you'll never find OUR
"VIPs" lolling in the lap of luxury as long as there is one hungry American child...
Subject: Proving you wrong
The reason there are no successful liberal
talk shows is because you
people are ful of hate and have nothing to say that anyone wants to hear.
Sure you have your hacks on NPR. But put
them out in the real world
where they would have to get ratings to stay on the air.
They would go down within months.
Prove me wrong.
You are only half wrong.
Who wants to hear, "Let's give the blacks and the gays a break?"
But when Rush says Hillary murdered Bill Foster to cover up her
and Clinton raped teen virgins on the dining room table at the Arkansas governor's
mansion while snorting cocaine, and he had 45 (how many is it now?) people murdered
for getting in his way - now that's entertainment. How do you think they built FOX News?
You're right - the NPR people wouldn't last if they had to get
ratings, but then neither
would opera, ballet, classical music and other things most people aren't into.
On the other hand - what if
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by Christian Dewar
Bush is the Christian who presided over the execution or over 130 death row prisoners, some defended by incompetent
counsels or ones who slept through the proceedings. He laughed and mocked Karla Faye Tucker's pleas for clemency.
He smirked in the debates when he discussed the death penalty for the men who dragged a black man to his death. W
hat part of "Thou shall not kill!" does this Christian not understand?
What if Fox News were around during other historical events?
Due to a glitch (we have so many of them here) I received a flood
of sound files.
Three of them were from a great-sounding lady with an English accent doing BCR promos.
Who are you, and can you send more?
Those were perfect and that's just what we need more of, to dangle a preposition.
A ditt-monkey friend of mine was going off
on this fake photo of Daschle.
This crap circulates among the spanks, and they want SO HARD to believe it
that they actually do. They then pass this stuff around over the internet at light speed,
and everyone starts to just assume it's the truth. No wonder these right wing nitwits
think bush is a beacon of morality, and Gore is a serial liar.
Click Here for proof
TJ, since we have the truth on our side, the spanks have to fabricate
shit like this to create the illusion that they are right. And the whore press
is willing to make that extra nickel by pandering to these clowns.
This is all they have on their side, this and Rush and racism.
Subject: Bush supporters = idiots
These Bush apologists defend DUMBya because
they like having someone
on their own intellectual level in the White House. I love, too, how these
"rah, rah USA" types can only resort to foul language and threats of violence
to answer those of us who don't agree with their warped "patriotism."
Keep up the good work, Bart!
Terry in NJ
Terry, think how much America has changed in just the last six
Since Bush got his war hardon, the new catch-phrase is,
"See that guy? He's a bad person. He's anti-war."
I'm so old, I remember when war was a thing to be avoided.
But under President Happycrack, war and deficits and recession are good things,
and the press will remind you every fifteen minuites in case you forget.
- you have two minutes to say your piece.
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What if Fox News were around during other historical events?
New episode of '24' tonight
Beau Bridges got his Walk O'Fame star
(Regis gets his Thursday)
Winona Ryder completed community service
New Hollywood Blacklist
Clowns in Minnesota
U of T (Austin), paid Woodward & Bernstein $5 million
Peter Arnett has another new job
Barbara Bush & her beautiful mind
And, Stallone, Snipes & Seagal rule the Baghdad video roost
"True patriots know that a price of freedom
is periodic submission to
the will of our leaders—especially when the liberties granted us by the
Constitution are at stake. What good is our right to free speech if our
soldiers are too demoralized to defend that right, thanks to disparaging
remarks made about their commander-in-chief by the Dixie Chicks?"
Saw it on the-broadside.com
A protestor, who refused to give her name,
bears the wounds after she says she was hit
by an Oakland police weapon during an
anti-war protest on Aug. 7, 2003.
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Subject: Dixie Chicks #1
Am I the only one who finds it ironic that
while they continue to be portrayed
as the "Great Satans", the Dixie Chicks records continue to top the charts?
This week they remain #1 on the Billboard
Country Chart and #7 in the all album
category (the highest rated country album). In Canada they rate #2 on the Neilson
Soundscan chart, and have been on both the US and Canadian charts for 31 weeks.
Somebody please explain to me how these
stations can continue to
pull their music "because the listeners demand it."
Maybe it's a case of "dislike Natalie" but "support the album."
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“What irritates me the most are these blow-dried
-- Tom Delay, (R-Squirrely bastard) on ex-generals criticizing the war
"I'm just nuts about Bush's oil war!
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