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"In the three decades since Watergate, this
is the first potential scandal I have seen that could make
Watergate pale by comparison. If the Bush Administration intentionally manipulated or misrepresented
intelligence to get Congress to authorize, and the public to support, military action to take control of Iraq,
then that would be a monstrous misdeed...To put it bluntly, if Bush has taken Congress and the nation
into war based on bogus information, he is cooked. Manipulation or deliberate misuse of national security
intelligence data, if proven, could be "a high crime" under the Constitution's impeachment clause.
It would also be a violation of federal
criminal law, including the broad federal anti-conspiracy statute,
which renders it a felony "to defraud the United States, or any agency thereof in any manner or for any purpose."
--John W. Dean, Is Lying An Impeachable Offense?
"I understand Liddy will kill Dean for free..."
The Bush administration distorted intelligence and presented conjecture as evidence to justify a U.S.
invasion of Iraq according to a retired intelligence official who served during the months before the war.
In his State of the Union address, Bush
said, "The British government has learned that Saddam recently
sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa."
The Africa claim rested on a purported letter
or letters ...now accepted as forged, and Thielmann said
he believed the information on Africa was discounted months before Bush mentioned it.
"I was very surprised to hear that be announced to the United States and the entire world," he said.
"Most U.S. senators would rather preserve their
ability to screw things up than allow others to fix them."
--Barney Frank, Patriot Act violates rights
I'm a subscriber and I wanted to let you
know your site kicks ass.
I turned my mother on to it and now every conversation I have with her starts,
"Did you read Bartcop...?" So you've got a couple fans in Rhode Island.
Did you see "Meet The Press" on Sunday?
Tim Russert attacked Carol Mosely Braun with such venom, he was practically spitting on her.
How soon before Tim ends up on Fox News?
Also, the more I see of Bob Graham, the
more I like. I've seen a bunch of stuff on C-Span
with him and he is pretty open about his contempt for the psychos who are now in power.
Also wanted to let you know I am enjoying
the radio bits.
Keep putting your foot to the ass of these right-wing extremists.
Brett, I quit watching Russert.
You're right, all he does is softball the Murder administration and attack Democrats.
Russert was FOX News before being FOX News was cool.
Why Martha and Not Ken Lay?
For instance, let's take the allegation that she lied to the FBI. Of course, she lied to the FBI.
What sane person admits to the FBI that they've committed a crime?
Yet, lying to investigators isn't usually considered a separate crime.
Stewart was simply playing by the rules.
The government's job is to capture criminals and the
criminal's job is to avoid capture. However, in this case, Stewart is being charged with the crime
of not helping the government convict her. This seems strange even by John Ashcroft standards.
So why isn't Ashcroft going after Kenny Boy Lay?
Lay stole a thousand times more money from thousands of people.
"Never you mind about who I think needs jailin'.
Kenny Boy's been on the team for years. By the way,
did you know torture is legal in Gitmo, Funnyboy?"
Subject: The Scott and Laci Peterson Saga
This mail is not written and sent for publication on your web page.
I'm confused why someone would take the time to write a detailed
full of hot points (some good, some bad) and then request, "Don't print this."
I would've enjoyed the exchange, but I can't spend a lot of time
on private letters.
If I publish the letter, at least the time spent on it is more of an investment.
It closed with, "I will no longer read
your page (though I have enjoyed your
political commentary) if you continue to defend a man who is most likely guilty..."
...and the writer is a lawyer, which tells us what?
The "likely guilty" aren't worthy of a vigorous defense?
I thought I was defending a man's right not to be railroaded by a for-sale press.
And I always appreciate the feedback about what people want to
read more or less of,
but I can't avoid topics because someone says they won't contribute if I mention it.
That's too much like blackmail, and I don't do blackmail.
Subject: Advise to the Dems
I was listening to the Washington Journal
this morning and this guy calls in and
makes a statement that had nothing to do with the topic it went something like...
"Why did Unelected Bush go AWOL in 1972,
and why did he lie about Iraqi weapons of mass destruction?"
I thought, "Where did that come from?"
A bit later I went to yesterdays BC to finish it before reading today's- and there it was.. my answer.
Democrats want to be led to the Promised Land, but our 'Moses' wears a pink tutu.
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Subject: I think your wrong about Martha Stewart
I read your page quite faithfully, and consider
myself a very liberal person .
Lately I've been noticing that you seem to be taking Martha Stewart's side in her recent problems,
if I'm wrong on that please let me know. I personally feel that what she did was wrong whether it
was $45,000 or $45 million. I think she should be prosecuted to the full extent of the law.
I do however completely agree that those
other bastards who stole so much more should be indicted.
I still don't believe Ms.Stewart should get away with what she did no matter how petty in comparison.
Mac, you have to believe in proportionality.
The way I understand it (that means don't depend on this) Martha "improperly" made
$45,000 by selling her stock after a friend told her one day that it was about to tank.
Meanwhile, Kenny Boy and those types spent years in an off-shore
hundreds of millions of dollars from the life savings of the Enron employees..
Compared to Bush's friends, Martha stole a damn used newspaper.
She shouldn't be put in the same cell as John Gotti or Sammy the Bull.
Walking into my favorite saloon the night
before last, I ran into an old friend (and superb reporter)
who works on the New York Times metro desk. Everyone at the paper believes Raines and Boyd
have to go, he said disconsolately. Now that hope has been fulfilled, presumably to the great relief
of the staff of the world's most important newspaper.
I wish both paper and staff well, but I
have to wonder whether Joseph Lelyveld, appointed as the
interim executive editor, will be any great improvement. As editorial page editor Raines bore a
great responsibility for the Times' errors and excesses during the Clinton era, from Whitewater
to Wen Ho Lee, yet Lelyveld carries just as much baggage with the same labels.
Sometimes he seems thoughtful about that troubled era; other times, far less so.
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Subject: ha ha
I just saw Lucianne ... 'interviewed' on
Fox News, about Hillary Clinton's book.
Does Lucianne think she's a clairvoyant or something?
She had lots of sordid things to say about Hillary and Bill's private relationship.
What a sad pathetic old harridan she is.
Mag, don't be too hard on Luci the Bat.
She was mistreated when she was young.
I give the NY Whore Times a good slapping now and then because
they deserve it.
But at least it's possible to get fired from the NYW Times for lying.
At FOX News, you get promoted for lying.
I watched a little FOX Saturday night, and their idea of "fair and balanced,"
is to get five Hillary haters together in a round table so the host can ask,
"Is there a single true sentence in this entire book?"
About a month after Smirk's media-wide Lincoln Flyboy Fellatiofest,
they're calling Hillary's new book, "A new record in hype and media manipulation."
The very same people who said Bush's penis looked so manly in the adult's man suit,
are now saying that it's "shameless" to manipulate the media the way Hillary is doing.
Did Hillary keep thousands of brave men from their families to
promote her book?
Did Hillary get a media pass for lying about the need for a plane when a chopper was called for?
Did Hillary force an aircraft carrier to change it's position so the idiot TV viewers would mistakenly
conclude that this ship was somewhere besides 30 miles off the San Diego coastline?
I'm really old, and I've never seen America's entire media fawn
over a falsehood
while giving short-shrift to the facts that are easily provable by anyone with an IQ of 64.
"I'm at a point in my life where I have no
interest in being a little circus monkey,"
-- Bruce Willis, winner of the Hollywood tree climbing contest six years in a row.
'My name's Bruce'
Funny-as-hell rest of the interview
By the way, Bruce.
I hear Ashton has it in for you...
Is it true your kids are calling the 'Dude,
Where's my Car?' guy, "Daddy?:
Maybe if you hadn't cheated on your wife, your kids would call you Daddy, instead.
Wait, tell us again what a bad man Clinton is, would you?
Love the site, but could you please tell
us what the initials B.F.E.E. stand for?
Thanks, we have only been reading BartCop for a month or so and haven't figured it out.
We're Bushwatch and Buzzflash readers also. Keep it up.
Kathy, thanks for the reminder.
I should mention it more often, since bartcop.com probably gets 2-3 new readers a day
It stands for Bush Family Evil Empire, and I should explain.
Prescott Bush made the family fortune by helping Hitler exterminate
Jews in World War II.
Later, Poppy Bush parlayed that into becoming Director of the CIA, a post he still holds.
Bush then swindled his way into the presidency in 1980, with the help of the terrorists who
ran Islamic Jihad and a popular puppet named Ronald Reagan.
Allowing Reagan to be the patsy who cut ribbons and meet with
Boy Scouts, Bush set up a
worldwide organization that uses CIA intelligence, China, Saudi Arabia (not to mention murder)
and has more tentacles than a chart of possible JFK shooters.
This is a "family" in the Tony Soprano sense. It includes:
the Carlyle Group,
the US Treasury,
John Major and Tony Blair,
the felons from Iran-Contra, (Schultz, North, Poindexter)
and, to be fair, we must include Osama, Saddam and Noriega, who were hueueueueuge earners
for the family at one time, but then became convenient scapegoats when a reason was needed for war.
Interestingly enough, nobody can argue with that list.
Those are all documented facts and accepted by everyone, but the press refuses to talk about it.
They're too busy tracking Clinton to see if he got a piece of Kim Kattrall.
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Subject: Hidden message?
I am reading Saturday's post and in the
section "Striking Gold"
I see ever so lightly between 2 paragraphs..... "(I turn 50 in September)"
Is this some kind of Beatles album thing?
"I buried Paul" ?
Mike, I've been doing that for years.
It's kinda like an Easter Egg, for those with sharp eyes :)
All week, under Shirley's picture it said, "Shirley, meet us
Las Vegas at the Hard Rock's Pink Taco - I'll buy the tequila,"
but I guess she missed it :)
Dick Morris, part-time FOX liar and full-time toe-sucker,
is one of the top tax delinquents in Connecticut,
according to the state's revenue department. Morris owes $257,624 in income tax, making him No. 6 among
the top 100 scumbags in Connecticut who want to ride in the wagon, ...but not help pay for it.
FOX knew he was a perverted SOB when they hired him, but he was
willing to sling wild and viscious lies,
especially about Hillary, so FOX decided they couldn't live without his "expertise."
Two quick tequila stories
Take a tortilla chip with a big schloos of extra-hot salsa
followed by a tiny sip of some world-class tequila.
The burn on your tongue is one of life's great treasures.
While I was learning this, I noticed two Seattle grungers standing at the tequila bar.
Grunger 1: Dude, let's do some margaritas!
Grunger 2: Dude, what kind?
Grunger 1: Dude, we're in Vegas!
Let's go for the Cuervo!"
I couldn't even bring myself to laugh.
I was once that stupid ...and I owned two nightclubs.
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Subject: Novus Seclorum
Still haven't figerred out how poor people pay taxes.
Plll..lll...llllease tell me how they do
it . Something is terribly wrong here .
I depend on the Bartster for my information .
And if I am offbase, I need to be be shown as such .
And by the way, Bart is a big sissy.
And a bad dresser. And hiz speling is atroshuss .
Crying Myself to Sleep ,
Shafty, first things first:
I plead guilty to being a sissy with pain.
The way I dress, it's almost like I don't care.
Sure, my speling is atroshuss, but I publish a lot.
Now, to gain a modicum of credibility, you need to rephrase your
taunt to say,
"Still haven't figerred out how poor people pay federal income taxes."
That's the official reason Bush tells the poor to suck it.
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"If the state needs me, and if there's no one
I think is better, then I will run."
-- Hollywoods second-biggest monkey, Arnold Schwarzenegger
Jesus, what an ego this moron has.
"I'm the smaughtest person in all of California.
My state needs me. Nobody is more qualified than me!"
California needs a steroid-enabled
whack job who murders cops in his movies.
They say Terminator 3 is expected to tank, and ruin his career forever, so Arnold will
play the "I wanted to get out of show business, anyway" card and be (choke) governor?
I wonder if Arnold is as smart as Reagan in his prime?
Here to see an R-rated picture of Musclehead Arnold.
If he runs for governor, you're going to see this true picture a lot.
I let opensecrets.org tell me about her past political donations.
Suddenly it was all crystal clear.
Subject: Addition to aWol Legacy
Of all presidential candidates who served
in the military, is Dum-Dum
the only one never to have released his or her military records to the public?
I recall reading that this was true of the
2000 pool, but how about ever?
Just wondering. If true--and I'd wager it is--t'would make a nice addition to the current, lengthy list.
Not Ed Meese
Not Ed, great point.
In 2000, Gore could 've made a big deal out of releasing his military records and
challenging the stupidest coward to ever run for the White House to do the same.
But no, he didn't want to win "dirty."
Maybe Kerry will want to win...
Funny Cide Fails to Win Triple Crown
"I hope everybody hates me after the race — then I'll know I did well."
Bobby Frankel, Empire Builder's trainer
Hmmm, sounds like a Republican.
Hillary on Dave
A reader review of 'Wanda Sykes' in concert
Baron Dave Romm on 'How To Write A Letter To The Editor - Part2
'The Ins & Outs of Iraq' by the Wall St. Poet
Spencer Tunick in Barcelona
Elvis' record collection
Berlin's Carnival of Cultures
Frat boys kill koi
Bob Dylan's tour dates
First new vitamin in 55 years
Freedom Paradise Resort in Mexico
And, pictures of semi-clad women & a streaking man
"We are now the world's thug, the snotty
spoiled schoolyard bully with deep and rather pathetic
machismo issues who no one likes and no one wants to sleep with but who still somehow manages
to think he's, quite literally, God's gift to humankind...maybe a little global dissatisfaction is understandable.
A little resentment of our gloriously righteous God-justified violent bomb-happy crusading is to be expected.
Hey, we won, right? It's lonely at the top. No one likes the king, baby. Especially if that king is really just
a greedy little cadre of CEOs with far, far too much power."
--Mark Morford, Why Does No One Like Bush?
Damn, almost sounds like someone's been reading bartcop.com
by Subversive Mike
A few weeks ago a treasured reader wrote to suggest that we use a Star Wars analogy to examine what's what.
His point was that a few years ago most of us would have identified more with the intrepid rebels, Luke Skywalker,
Han Solo and Princess Leia in the Star Wars saga. And that today (according to all the polls) most of us have sided
with (the Evil) Empire as embodied by the arrogant, cruel and spoiled Emperor Bush over the "force" of Truth and Justice.
It seems as though most of us prefer to
have the American Death Star floating over the world ready to obliterate
strongholds and outposts rather than make the attempt to understand why folks choose to take up arms against us.
We like the idea apparently of naked aggression, ambition and power. Of course we don't call it naked aggression,
ambition and power. It's called Peace, Security and Freedom.
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A high-profile battle to stop illegal file-sharing on Napster tested Metallica's mettle and
alienated fans who felt their heroes had swallowed the corporate Kool-Aid.
"Lars took so many shots," Hetfield says. "He's
still reeling. The image of him was mob-ruled,
and he became the Saddam of rock. But we had to take a stand. There was no thought
of the consequences or image management."
You can say that again...
If Christian Livemore was managing you guys, I think she would've told James to stuff a sock
in Lar's mouth and have your attorney shut the hell up about jailing your fans, you idiots.
"We got blindsided by the enormity of it," Ulrich
whines. "It started when some guy put a song
on the Internet that we hadn't finished mixing yet. And I wanted to know where it came from.
"Things took a drastic turn from there. It was
never about money and greed; it was about control.
I have no problem giving (music) away, but I want to decide what to give."
Oh, so that's why you threatened to imprison fans who illegally
listened to your music?
It wasn't about grabbing every nickle in metaldom, it was about control? So you had your
lawyer threaten your fans with the goddamn RICO statutes, with mandatory sentences?
Thanks for being such a cool dude, Lars.
Someone did a video of Lars and Frankenstein on 'Millioanaire.'
Anyone know the URL I could post?
It's one of the funniest things I've ever seen on the Internet.
E-mail Bart if you have that URL.
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Lie - Democracy in Crisis
by Carla Binion - as seen on buzzflash.com
Democrats in Congress who think they'll accomplish more for the country by pretending lies are
"intelligence failures" and appeasing Bush and his anti-democratic, neo-conservative administration
are in denial. What's needed now is for the Democratic leadership and all Americans with conscience
to get themselves informed enough to notice we're in another time of crisis.
The best way to do that is to acquire news
from the wide variety and vast number of newspaper
and magazine articles published on the Internet, and to visit the many quality political Internet web sites.
As those of us who already get our news online know, you won't be adequately informed if you rely on
TV news programs or a single newspaper for information about the damage the Bush cabal is doing and
the extent of their manipulation. It would also be helpful for those of us who get our news online to pass it
along to offline friends and others.
If you get your news from newspapers, radio or TV, you're only getting the spin
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