We're not like the other Democrats
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by Bruce Yurgil
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David Dvorkin, author of Budspy and three Star Trek novels,
has just released a new science fiction novel - Pit Planet
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Did Ari slip up and accidentally tell the truth?
''The president has a very busy schedule of
official events. He has a limited
window in which he can participate in his own direct political affairs as he
prepares for an election -- a reelection.''
-- Ari Fleischer with reporters on Friday at the Bush "ranch" Bush cites war on terrorism
An Iranian opposition group said today that it had evidence of two previously undisclosed
uranium enrichment facilities west of Tehran — information that, if proven, might add to the
Bush administration's argument that Iran is violating its commitment not to produce nuclear weapons.
Bush has proven he doesn't need a reason to invade other countries.
Why bother to fabricate an excuse this time, since last no-excuse worked so well?
The press will back him up, whoever he decides to invade, ands anyone who isn't
with the invader president must be a friend to terror, so expect a visit from Ashcroft.
Of course, the hatred of the rest of the world will increase, but Iran has OIL.
''The war on terror continues. Our work is
The enemies of freedom are not idle, and neither are we."
-- the lying Bush boy, in over his head as always
Hey Mr Monkey President - if our work is not done explain this!
According to the Merriam Webster dictionary, 'accomplish' means to bring to completion : FULFILL
So, were you lying THEN or are you lying NOW?
Subject: Bush gave Saddam permission?
I've often read on your site that you say
Bush gave Saddam written
permission to invade Kuwait. Do you have any proof that I could see ?
Eric in Toronto
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"Whenever I get into these arguments with people
or watch them on television, one of the things they can't do
is argue about the results. Every good thing that happened when I was president was caused by something
Ronald Reagan did in February of 1981 and everything that's happened since he left office that's bad, he caused."
-- Bill Clinton, Lecture at University of Arkansas, Click Here to see the video
Subject: MSGOP puts on Moore bashing film
Last night MSGOP putting the director of
on television to talk about his movie and show clips of it
Michael Moore told the truth about the Never-Elected Fraud
so Rove wants him taken out and the corporate media works for Rove.
I can't wait until they try to screw with bartcop.com
or BartCop Radio
They don't scare me and they can't buy me.
B.F.E.E. Flow Chart
and their exhaustively extensive connections to everything
"Of course they're running on the war on terrorism.
What else would they run on? The economy?"
--Jennifer Palmieri, press secretary to Senator John Edwards, running for president
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''There's no question they are going to use
the war and patriotism as their message in lieu of
being able to talk about anything they have done positively for the country on the domestic front.
George W. Bush has the worst economic record of any president since Herbert Hoover. He has
presided over the greatest loss of wealth in the history of humanity. Bush is not going to be able
to land on an aircraft carrier every day in the fall of 2004.''
--Chris Lehane, a senior adviser to John Kerry
Why do I get the feeling the Democrats are going to lay down - again?
Memorial Day quips from Barry Crimmins
Subject: The military
I don't dislike the military, unless you
include Donald Rumsfeld. I can admire the courage of the people
who serve as soldiers, sailors, etc. I appreciate their dedication and I'm grateful for the sacrifices they
are willing to make. But I'll be damned if I'm going to put them up on a pedestal or fawn all over them.
About a week ago, you ran a link to a site
that listed 14 or so traits of fascist countries. I went back to find it,
but the page had changed. Anyway, one of the traits was something like elevating the military to an exalted
position and heaping praise on it. Bart, I know you're no fascist and if you want to applaud the troops,
you go right ahead. But try to understand why it makes some of us uncomfortable.
We hear enough of that shit from the Bushist
Dan, two thoughts popped into my head: (That's unusual)
1) There's a difference between being pro-military and being military
just like there's a difference between owning guns and being Chuck Heston.
2) When you say Rumsfeld's the problem, that indicates you had
no problem with the military
when it was run by a legally-elected man who wasn't waging war for personal riches.
If that's the case, good on you.
"It's a two-way street, you know. He helped
me through a lot more than I helped him through, I'll say that."
----Don Evans, who was with Dubya the weekend in 1986 at the Broadmoor Hotel in Colorado Springs
where the president decided after one last hangover to give up alcohol, "
Boy I suuuuuuuuuuuuure would like to know what made Bush stop
drinking that day.
Did the hooker die?
Do you think the son of the CIA Director would have any trouble getting rid of a body?
unchallenged by America media
by Linda McQuaig, Toronto Star
"When Stockwell Day arrived by skidoo in a wetsuit (for a waterside "press conference" in 2000), Canadians laughed.
When Bush arrived by fighter jet in a combat suit, Americans called him a hero. That says a lot about the difference
between Canadians and Americans these days. Canadians aren't so easily conned."
But Bush's fighter-plane landing on the
deck of a U.S. battleship earlier this month, and his emergence from the
cockpit in combat gear and mussed-up hair, was even more stage-managed (right down to the soft-tone sunset
lighting and the "Mission Accomplished" backdrop sign perfectly angled for TV viewers). As for laughable, it's hard
to outdo Bush — who went AWOL from the National Guard during the Vietnam War — strutting around the ship
in full battle regalia, carrying his own helmet (I guess there wasn't anybody available to carry it for him.)
The whole world is laughing at America's supreme stupidity - well, at least those that Bush hasn't killed yet.
Possible bad news
I tried to access consortiumnews.com and it wsn't there.
I hope it's just an internet snafu like South's Finest Chocolate
because the Perry's do great investigative work.
if you know anything about what's going on.
watched Willie Nelson's Birthday Bash
...while taping the Jon Stewart special
Now don't write in, because I like Willie in a don't-like-his-music-much
kind of way,
but isn't that the most depressing bunch of songs you've ever heard in your life?
Plus, there was a lot of country to sit thru...
But who came along and stole the show?
Who hit the ball out of the park and into the ocean?
Ray Charles, doing Leon Russell's A Song for You.
Damn, he put more into that song that most performers put into a night.
Steven Tyler was good, and you had to like that Toby Keith song,
I ain't smoking no more dope on Willie's bus.
Documents from the Phoenix Program
Created by the CIA in Saigon in 1967, Phoenix was a program aimed at "neutralizing"—through
assassination, kidnapping, and systematic torture—the civilian infrastructure that supported the
Viet Cong insurgency in South Vietnam. It was a terrifying "final solution" that violated the Geneva
Conventions and traditional American ideas of human morality.
"I like George Bush's stance on social spending
and funding of some of the Democratic strongholds.
Because of the budget deficit, I feel that the Republicans are the best party to be able to bring a
balanced budget back to the United States."
--Tim Chrysler, Computer consultant and severe ditto-monkey, Woodbury, MN
Hey Monkey - look who causes deficits!!
Look at the facts, you idiot. Then vote your wallet.
You're a computer consultant in Minnesota, you make less than
$100K per year.
Bush is borrowing money to give to the billionaires, and you like that approach?
Bush plans Death Camps
The US has floated plans to turn Guantanamo Bay into a death camp,
with its own death row and execution chamber.
Prisoners would be tried, convicted and
executed without leaving its boundaries,
without a jury and without right of appeal, The Mail on Sunday newspaper reported yesterday.
The Re-election Conundrum
Never in the history of U.S. presidential elections have the “American People” been handed
a better litmus test to decide if an incumbent is fit to continue holding the highest office in the land.
Yes, but the American whore press is going to give Bush millions
of dollars of good publicity.
Again and again, they';ll tell us how smart and honest and brave this "warrior" is.
...and the American voter is so ignorant and disconnected, they think Saddam caused 9-11.
I screwed up and left Tally's Weather Vixen (a.k.a. the Viggo naked girl) rant out of Show #2.
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"The President's prescription for everything
is take two tax cuts and call me in the morning."
--Howard Dean, with a very, very, very soft attack on the Never-Elected Fraud
"I love a soft democrat."
if you're interested
We could really use a PC guru and a Mac guru.
if you're interested
This is the fun position, but it has to be just the right person. We need a reader.
I'll send you the book, you'd read it in a few days, then write a book report for us to read.
Then you'd send us the Top Ten quotes, and maybe interview the author.
if you're interested
"Democrats these days lack the killer instinct
that it takes to sell blunt, demagogic messages. As Bob Shrum,
a prominent consultant for 30 years, said: "It's probably a weakness that we're not real haters. We don't have
a sense that it's a holy crusade. We don't have a sense that it's Armageddon." Or, as Mr. Gore's former
campaign manger, Ms. Brazile put it: "They play hardball. We play softball."
--Adam Clymer, Bush's "major league asshole"
Using fewer words - we don't want to win.
We're so afraid some dove might say, "We don't want to be like them."
Hey gang, they have the White House, the military, the House and
the Senate and the courts.
As long as we don't want to "be like them," they'll continue to own everything.
Buzzflash has a staff of 80 and a hueueueueueuge
so don't feel so totally inferior to them by comparison.
Bones, thanks for that.
You were the only one who wrote...
Pavarotti & Bono
'Reading Rainbow' (PBS) is having funding problems
Led Zeppelin CD & DVD available today
The diversity of viewpoint between Fox & MSGOP & the FCC
Whitney Houston visits a polygamous sect in Israel seeking inspiration for her Christmas album.
(ha ha - Nothing says 'Christmas' like two wives)
Clay lost 'American Idol' because his fans can't dial?
And, some stuff on polygamy in the U.S. from Kingman, AZ. t
Buck Stop Here
by William Thomas as seen on Lifeboatnews.com
Is Bush trying to crash America? The Boy Wonder's latest tax dodge, gifting a further $470 billion to the richest 1%
of America's ruling elite, recently prompted publication of a full-page ad in the New York Times signed by 40 Nobel
Laureates and 400 leading U.S. economists warning of disaster. Explaining their concerns to a Canadian radio audience,
one of the ad's sponsors termed Bush's economic policies, "Fiscal madness." [CBC Feb. 11, 2003]
Unless you're one of the 1%.
A Democrat fights back
Fiction, by Mike Palecek
tells his wife that he’s thinking about running for Congress.
"Coffee Joe" speaks out against prisons and the military. At first, they laughed.
Soon, terrified establishment politicians try to stop him.
Joe Coffee’s Revolution provides a refreshing alternative perspective.
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[Palecek is a former reporter, federal prisoner, and seminarian.]
Also by Mike Palecek: Click Here
"I am the federal government."
--Tom DeLay upon being told by a restaurant manager that it was against
federal law for him to smoke a cigar in a restaurant on federal property.
"I'm nuts about cigars."
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