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"Did you know that Bush's economic plan will
create 1.4 million jobs? Oh, and did I mention
that the plan will create 1.4 million jobs? And don't forget, the plan will create 1.4 million jobs.
Republican politicians are obviously under instructions to push that job number. On the Sunday
talk shows some of them said "1.4 million jobs" so often that it sounded like an embarrassing
nervous tic. Of course, there's no reason to take that number seriously. Basically, the job-creation
estimate came from the same place where Joseph McCarthy learned that there were 57 card-carrying
Communists in the State Department."
--Paul Krugman, Jobs, Jobs, Jobs
But wait a minute - Bush's money transfer top the super-rich has
already lost over two million job,
so he's saying making that same mistake again will somehow create 1.4M new jobs?
That means if he's telling the truth (ha!) and everything goes
according to his plan
we'll stioll be 600,000 jobs in the hole - why would anyone back this idea?
"Mr Rove said this was good politics..."
George W. Bush’s doctrine of preemptive wars is creating a new deep divide in U.S. politics.
On one side, Bush and his backers see the Iraq War as the start of an American global empire
built around unparalleled military power. On the other, a scattered grouping of skeptics dig in
for what they see as a fight for the soul of the American republic.
Without doubt, the Bush side now owns the
strategic high ground, asserting vindication in the U.S.
ouster of Iraq’s dictator Saddam Hussein. Bush also can claim near total mastery of a U.S. news
media that shed any pretense of “objectivity” as it flooded the nation with heroic images of American
soldiers and heart-warming scenes of grateful Iraqis, while downplaying civilian dead and growing
signs that many Iraqis resent the U.S. occupation.
"Senator Dole, aren't you a little over the
top? We were grateful when the U.N.
stood with us after 9/11, when French and German soldiers joined us in Afghanistan
to hunt for bin Laden. You remember him. He's the one who killed our people.
By the way, those French and German soldiers are still there.
-- Big Dog, kicking poor Bob Dole's ass every week on 60 Minutes
was the danger to U.S. from Baghdad?
by Arianna Huffington
From the moment that statue of Saddam hit the ground, the mood around the Rumsfeld campfire
has been all high-fives, I-told-you-sos and endless smug prattling about how the speedy fall of
Baghdad is proof positive that those who opposed the invasion of Iraq were dead wrong.
What utter nonsense.
In fact, the speedy fall of Baghdad proves the anti-war movement was dead right.
The whole pretext for our unilateral charge
into Iraq was that the American people were
in imminent danger from Saddam and his mighty war machine. The threat was so clear and
present that we couldn’t even give inspectors searching for weapons of mass destruction
— hey, remember those? — another 30 days, as France had wanted.
Great point, Arianna.
Bush said we didn't have another 30 days.
We had to invade RIGHT NOW because every second counted.
The warmongers say there was no rush to war, but Bush wanted to
invade so much he was
squirming like a little boy who had to potty. Bush pissed off every other country in the world
because it was SO IMPORTANT that we murder Iraq today and tomorrow couldn't wait.
Bottom line? He loves death. We've never had
a president who loved death so much, and this
president (sic) loves death so much he smirks and makes jokes about people he's killed or is
preparing to kill. It's goddamn sickening to have this man/child/monkey running the planet.
"We were very careful to avoid injuring any civilians."
"Now that the war has been won, is it permissible
to suggest that our emperor has no clothes? I'm not referring
to his abysmal stewardship of the economy but rather the fig-leaf war he donned to cover up his glaring domestic
failures. President Bush went to war with Hitler's Germany and found another Afghanistan instead. After comparing
the threat of Hussein to that of the Führer, it was odd to find upon our arrival a tottering regime squatting on a
demoralized Third World populace. Now the pressure is on for Bush to find or plant those alleged weapons of
mass destruction fast or stand exposed as a bullying fraud..."
--Robert Scheer, LA Times, Did Bush Deceive Us in His Rush to War?
Coke. Hello, Mecca Cola
This Boycott of U.S. Products Could Really Do Some Damage
The boycotts and the surrounding avalanche of negative publicity are a storm warning of what may lie ahead.
Eight of the world's top 10 global brands -- Coca-Cola, Microsoft, IBM, General Electric, Intel, Disney,
McDonald's and Marlboro -- are American, worth an estimated cumulative $337 billion. McCann-Erickson's
message may be that they should shed their Americanness, but just like other famous American brands
-- Starbucks, Nike, American Express, Levi's, Heinz and Kelloggs -- they are wrapped irrevocably in the
American flag. Indeed, many have built their brand on precisely what until now has been the appeal of America,
what Joseph Nye, dean of Harvard's Kennedy School of Government, calls American "soft power."
As that is dissipated, so the companies concerned are put at a competitive disadvantage.
The US military has admitted that children aged 16 years and younger are among
the detainees being interrogated at its prison camp in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.
Lieutenant Colonel Barry Johnson, a US military
spokesman, said all the teenagers being held
were "captured as active combatants against US forces", and described them as "enemy combatants".
The children, some of whom have been held at Guantanamo for over a year, are imprisoned in separate
cells from the adult detainees, Lt Col Johnson said. He would say only that the teenagers are "very few,
a very small number" and would not say how old the youngest prisoner is.
Lt Col Johnson said the juveniles were being
[interrogated] because "they have
potential to provide important information in the ongoing war on terrorism".
So how young are the children who are being tortured in Cuba?
Reminder: They are being held in Cuba so the American laws against torture won't apply.
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"I think there's been a lot of disturbing elements
that so much of the intelligence
on which the capitals built their case seems to have been shaky."
-- Hans Blix, saying that the US and Britain used "shaky" intelligence,
including forged documents, in an effort to prove Iraq had banned weapons
Bush lied and got over a hundred American killed - doesn't anybody
They impeached Clinton for lying about sex, and Never-Elected gets a pass
for lying America into a war where thousands of innocent people died?
I guess you can get away with that when you own the press.
Show goes black on Tim Robbins
Actor jerked off the air for not backing illegal war
It was at this point that something happened that has perhaps never happened before in the history of morning television.
The music swelled under Robbins... Mid sentence answering a question that had been asked just 10 seconds earlier...
"We have a terrible track record" said Robbins, clearly not able to hear that music was coming up to literally 'play him off the stage'.
The camera cut to a wide shot. Lauer
was leaning in and very much in conversation. Either Lauer was ignoring
have been the deluge of invectives in his earpiece, or he just determined that he wasn't finished with this line of questioning.
But the music ended. The bumper music ended
and the studio was in the two shot as Robbins said..."It's for some reason
not in our best interest to keep it going and pursue it to the next level." Lauer nodded, and the camera faded to black as
Robbins - mid sentence - had his microphone turned down.
by Gene Lyons
Reporting on a 12-year old Iraqi boy, orphaned by a U.S. bomb and hospitalized with both arms blown off,
a CNN correspondent actually asked if he understood the purposes of "Operation Iraqi Freedom." A Kuwaiti
doctor tactfully responded that Ali Hamza had suffered "psychological trauma" and had no political views.
I can't believe I have to say this, but somebody has to....
Report: Iraqi museums looted, loss "incalculable to history."
Report: Military guarded oil wells, let history be stolen because Bush is stupid.
Report: Rumors that "looters" had keys and knew exactly what they were looking for.
Report: Bush is stupid, he let history be stolen to protect that precious oil.
Report: The papers are full of the "We TOLD them to guard the museums!" reports.
Report: FBI/CIA joint ops saved 90 percent
of the best stuff under orders from Smirk!
"We cannot let Iraqi freedoms result in a loss of history," Bob Woodward will quote.
Reminder: We're all being spoon fed a script by Bush's good puppy press, the un-indicted, co-corporateers
Gingrich: State Dept. Undermining Bush
As for Colin Powell's trip to Syria, the Republican former House leader said that
"to meet with a terrorist-supporting, secret police- wielding dictator is ludicrous.''
Donald Rumsfeld endorses his good friend Saddam Hussein
Subject: Lies and Damned Lies
Bart, Hi , and hope you all got rid of the
A bee swarm.Shit, that's just creepy.
Anyway, I am writing because I thought you
might dig this, all courtesy of Buzzflash.
RE: DixieChix - Ray Waddell, apparently from Billboard, wrote an article about how
DC concerts are still selling out, but he concluded with this: "The Dixie Chicks' album
"Home" has tumbled down the charts in the weeks following singer Natalie Maines'
declaration in London that she was ashamed to come from the same state (Texas) as Bush."
Oh yeah? Billboard has Home at number one
on the country charts, up this week
from number two. I think Ray Waddell is filled with number two. What kind of
idiot reporter would not consult the current chart in his own magazine?
A lying Bush-Monkey, that's what kind.
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Putting your mark on entertainment history
(some sizzle to go with the steak)
Got a favorite group?
Someone you think is under-appreciated (like Garbage)?
Send in your favorite songs on MP3 so we can have some
We'll be going to (hopefully) lots of commercials and we need SMALL, 30-second MP3s
of your favorite music. Maybe it's Pink Floyd, maybe it's YOUR BAND, maybe it's Nat King Cole.
...unless you'd like to live on a steady diet of Garbage, Zeppelin and U2.
Quick! Somebody get Rude Rich a cool cloth!
I've asked Rude Rich to be the BCR music critic, because we disagree so much, and if I can't scare some
knuckledragging, pinhead ditto-monkeys into any kind of debate, at least Rude Rich has some real opinions
and is ready to back them up - and regardless of what I did to him a year ago in DC using a cue stick off the wall,
...I don't intimidate him at all..
So, if you have any passion for music, find some neighborhood
kid to show you how to make MP3
and then e-mail them to firstname.lastname@example.org so we can hear them on
Hey, this whole BCR thing all depends on two things - you and me.
So send me your best/favorite music (no vocals, just music) on a 30-second MP3 to
One of my favorites is "Plush" by the Stone Temple Pirates.
That's a bumper song, but we might have to play that one all the way thru.
So, in the next 6 days - that gives you until past the weekend,
I expect three 30-second
MP3s in my mailbox from each and every one of you - there can be no exceptions.
Besides, the person who most consistently sends in the best bumper
MP3s might end up working for
the obviously monsterous money-making mega-corporation with a heart.
This is an idea not-yet completely thought out.
Do you remember Wanda from Volume 1046?
> I am a hertosexual woman aged 65+. I read
Bartcop every day.
> I've never heard Shirley sing & now I'm a little afraid to play her music...but SHE is really HOT..
So, I wrote her back and offerd to burn her a "Best of Garbage"
She liked that idea, so I burned her a "Best of Garbage."
Once I saw it on my hard drive, I thought about erasing it, but
then I thought:
"I wonder if anyone else would like to hear Bart's "Best o' Garbage," so I saved the files.
What if we gave away a free "Best o' Garbage," CD to the next five $10 subscribers?
There's a possible chance this is morally equivicable, so let me say this about that:
If contacted by Shirley's legal team, I will plead guilty, pay their fine then ask what measures
could be taked to legally promote their great band that's on almost nobody's lips.
Hell, maybe Shirley will call the Bart-Phone at 918-493-1500 and tell me to knock it off!
So if you;'d like to hear Bart's "Best o' Garbage,"
all you need to do to get your free CD is
Click Below to become a Corona volunteer for $10 a month.
You're going to sign up sooner or later, right?
Why not get in now and get your free Garbage CD - it's hot stuff!
This is an important VCR Alert, but let's get one thing
straight right from the git-go.
This information you are about to read concerning tonight "West Wing," did NOT
come from my good friend Martin Sheen or my good friend Bradley Whitford
(Don't read if you want to be surprised.)
On tonight's "West Wing," [Aaron Sorkin might read
but he's a much bigger 24
Tonight, the president's daughter gets kidnapped, just like Kimberly in 24.
And who was behind this horrible crime?
Why - it's Chandler Bing from NBC's Friends.
Tonight, Chandler kidnaps Zoey and then he reveals that
he was the man who created SD 6.
Then, against her will, Chandler takes Zoey back to Tulsa, Oklahoma where he somehow got a job
with an unknown dot com entity that might be called bartcop.com
No excerpt is good enough.
You have to read the whole thing - it's that good.
If you liked Paul Wellstone,
if you dislike pompous, self-important, asshole-bastard gasbag sons of bitches,
if you think kicking the recently departed is in really bad f-ing taste,
if you're a human being who thinks decency ought to count for something,
then Click Here and watch what Al Franken does to this prick.
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Michael Dare & Disinfotainment Today
Springsteen supports the Dixie Chicks
Edward Norton doesn't trust The Chimp
'The Madness of George Dubya' features songs updated by Tom Lehrer
And, Traci Lords has written her autobiography
(Let's hope I'm not in it)
Sets the record "Straight"
His gay bashing was just a misunderstanding
"If the Supreme Court says that you have the right to consensual (gay) sex within your home,
then you have the right to bigamy, you have the right to polygamy, you have the right to incest,
you have the right to adultery. You have the right to anything."
"I was appointed, not elected,
so I'm taking over the world."
"In this case, what we're talking about, basically,
is priests who were having sexual relations
with post-pubescent men. We're not talking about priests with 3-year-olds, or 5-year-olds.
We're talking about a basic homosexual relationship. Which, again, according to the world view
sense is a a perfectly fine relationship as long as it's consensual between people. If you view
the world that way, and you say that's fine, you would assume that you would see more of it."
--Sen. Rick Santorum, (R-Insane), Santorum's comments on homosexuality in an AP interview
This idiot can't really be this crazy, is he?
In his lust to attack gay people, he says a priest raping a nine-year old boy is "consensual?"
The priest tells that scared little boy that "God wants this to happen, abd if you fight me you will
go to hell for all eternity." and since the kid doesn't yet have the courage to tell the priest to take
a f-ing hike, he submits to his attacker and when he gets older he'll go on a church burning spree
because he can't handle a normal adult relationship due to his priestly nightmares.
The raping priests and Rick Santorum are both Typhoid Marys of religious insanity.
Kurt Vonnegut Interview
Here to read this specific interview on alternet.com
Click Here to read Kurt's regular, bi-weekly Q&A on inthesetimes.com
That said, do you have any ideas for a really scary reality TV show?
“C students from Yale.” It would stand your hair on end.
What targets would you consider fair game for a satirist today?
"I can only hope that the sound of Laci's voice,
begging for her life,
begging for the life of her unborn child, is heard over and over and over again
in the mind of that person every day for the rest of his life..."
-- Sharon Rocha - mother of Laci Peterson
Deflowering Monica or The Middle East?
Donald Rumsfeld answered, “I don't think we'll discover anything.”
Hits are way up
Prices are way down
argue with me
$80 for two ads, $300 for ten.
They seek them here,
They seek them there,
Those Bushies seek those weapons,
But, even with the dead and dying,
Welcome to the new world order
was a big help to me and to BCR.
He runs a Christian hard rock internet radio station.
Hey, I tuned it on to check it out and I stayed for a couple of hours.
With BCR, things are moving much too fast - this whole BCR thing
is like buying a damn house.
I thought BCR would take about two weeks to put together, but hell, it's gonna take two weeks
just to read and decipher the Sony msd-je470 owner's damn manual For me, this is like going to flight school.
There's so much to learn - who has the time? I need more multiple personalities to handle stuff.
The good news? We have appointments to speak with DC, Seattle, Portland,
San Fran and dusty old Tulsa
between now and Monday. It would be cool if I had something to announce by next Tuesday
Once we start streaming, the download will take only seconds. It'll load
the second minute
while you listen to the first, so these audio files are about to get a lot more convenient.
- you have two minutes to rant away.
We'll then feed the fun calls into the computer for pre-BartCop Radio.
Did anything make you mad today?
Are you happy with Bush and his good puppy media?
Let's hear about it!
Some media whore needs a slapping? It's up to you!
Call now! 918-493-1500
We're closer to
Have you been to thegrandoldparty.com?
"Because of the peace movement, we had the
The Democratic Party is keeping the Ku Klux Klan alive,
and if we'd listened to Southern Democrats who wanted
peace in the Civil War, we'd still have slavery."
-- former California GOP Party Chairman Shawn Steel, at LMU in Los Angeles,
"Islam a 'diseased' faith, ex-GOP chief says"
The peace movement caused the Holocaust?
The Democrats are keeping the Republicans alive?
Wanting peace means you are pro-slavery?
Rush would love this guy.
We keep hearing what a savage and blood-thirsty and inhuman
monster Saddam was,
but could I direct your attention to a really, really big story from 4-5 years back?
Some knucklehead American kid was somewhere, maybe in Thailand
or Sukarto or Malaisia*
and he was caught stealing a newspaper... (The facts may be wrong, but the story is true.)
Anyway, the local cops arrested him and the assigned punishment
for theft is "a caning."
Actually, "a caning," could range from an exhale to death in severity, but I assume it was real.
There was mention of "torn flesh" and "permanant scarring" that didn't sit too well with likely-to-vote Americans.
The way I remember it, Clinton bribed them or pressured them and
they eventually let the mook go, but the point
was he stole a damn newspaper. "Over there," they rip blood from your body for stealing a damn USA Today,
which is only worth fifty cents - on their very best days!.
Lesson learned: They think different in different cultures.
Saddam was a brutal dictator?
Fine - welcome to the Middle East.
This is a place where some parents are HAPPY to learn that their
16-year old son
pulled a Columbine on a Haifa Pizza Hut and killed nine and wounded 35.
...and we won't get into "They're dying for sacred sand," today, but it's true.
One other thing...
When I write something like that, I want you to do me a favor:
Don't write and say, "You've always hated the Jews," because that's stupid and untrue.
Don't write and say, "You've always hated the Palestinians," because that's stupid and untrue.
Don't write and say, "You've always ben too far right," because that's stupid and untrue.
Don't write and say, "You're just carrying Bush's water for him," because that's stupid and untrue.
Quote something that I wrote that wasn't true.
Malaisia* ... sorry about the Jimmy Carter joke
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believes he is leading a holy war
Just like his old friend Osama
As he gained political power, Bush came to believe in a divine plan that supersedes all human plans.
Richard Land, president of the Southern Baptist Convention, recalls that Bush once said,
"I believe God wants me to be president." After the World Trade Center attacks, according to
Time magazine, the president spoke of "being chosen by the grace of God to lead at that moment."
Religious insanity is the cause of most wars.
I wish we could get past the silly superstitions of a thousand years ago.
If there was a God, He wouldn't want us to remain mentally stagnant, would he?
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