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"I have this fear that this zone of privacy
that we all want protected in our own homes is gradually
being encroached upon, where criminal activity within the home would in some way be condoned."
-- cat killer Bill Frist
I'm so old, I remember when the GOP wanted
government. Frist is staying awake at night, trying to
figure out a way to control what two people do in their own damn bed. This is what the GOP stands for.
They have all this Democratic-approved power to spy on everyone for any reason that Bush endorses.
"God tells me which unions are blessed, and which are Satanic."
Miller flew on Air Force One from San Francisco to Los Angeles with the governor on Friday,
and later gave a stand-up routine at a Bush fund-raiser in Los Angeles.
"I spent an amazing couple of hours with Dennis
Miller," Bush said during his speech
after Miller's routine. "He keeps you on your toes."
So now Dennis Miller will be slapping ass with Jerry Falwell and
and Bob Jones and all the Nazi types this whore built a career on ridiculing.
"From Maine to California, it sucks to be governor.
Fiscal 2003 for most states ends on Monday,
and governors have pooled information about how they are handling another miserable year.
So far 17 states have had to lay off employees. Twenty-two have drawn down their rainy day funds
-- which peaked in the last of the Clinton years at $48.8 billion, but in this third bare-cupboard year
of the Bush locusts have just $6.3 billion left. During these three lean years of Republican federal rule,
the 50 states have had to close a cumulative $200 billion in budget gaps. And it's not getting better.
With sketchy information in for next year's budgets from some 41 states, the budget gap in 2004
will be at least another $78.4 billion."
--Matt Bivens, Read My Smirk
Jobs and budgets and losing your life's savings aren't important.
What people want is the guarantee that their president isn't having sex - that's all that matters.
If it's allowed to stand, an FCC ruling will feed media merger mania
by Bill Clinton, America's last elected president
The FCC also opened the door to local TV-newspaper mergers in many places,
so you'll be getting your news and information from the same company regardless
of whether you're turning on the TV or opening the newspaper.
Why is this bad? Because more monolithic
control over local media will reduce the
diversity of information, opinion and entertainment people get. Interesting local
coverage will be supplanted by lowest-common-denominator mass-market mush.
Mick does damn good work.
"Will the problems in Iraq and the attacks
spoil the victory achieved by the Americans? Of course not.
It is a certainty that the regime of Saddam Hussein is gone from Iraq. That's an absolute certainty."
--General Tommy Franks,
Excuse me, General Franks.
If the regime is gone, who's killing our soldiers, one a day?
Subject: Monkey mail on taxes
You were no doubt right to wade into your
poker-playing relative in your inimitable direct way.
I tend to think of ways to use a man's metaphor against him. Here's how I would have put it:
The problem isn't that a game is rained
out: it's that the ballteam is about to fold.
The team's been playing good ball, but the numbers just aren't there.
So the owners decide that the best way to stimulate revenue is---
---to lower the price on skyboxes?
And when it's pointed out that, with the
soaring prices for parking around the stadium,
it's getting more and more expensive for fans to come to the games, to sneer at the idea
that lowering the prices for the cheaper seats might get people to come more often.
"Those people are already getting a bargain."
What would you do with ballclub management like that?
Fire their asses.
To be honest, I didn't even read his e-mail.
Anytime a ditto-monkey explains how a liberal thinks, I know he's lying.
I can't speak for all liberals, but I can speak for them better than Rush, Hannity, O'Reilly, etc.
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"I thought we were holding our own until this
week, and now I'm not sure. If we don't get this
operation moving soon, the opposition will continue to grow, and we will have a much larger problem."
-- Richard M. Atchison, Central Command, Experts Question Depth of Victory
Wait, let me get this straight:
Our $400B military is barely "holding it's own" against a $4B military?
"This is Clinton's fault. He ruined the military."
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Pistachios a Chance
saw it on www.mcgillreport.org
Which country is widely considered to produce the world's best pistachio nuts and Beluga caviar?
The answer is Iran -- one of the troika
of countries that President Bush has labeled the "axis of evil"
because of its government's sponsorship of global terrorism. It's also the country whose repressive
Islamic leadership, many believe, is next in line after Afghanistan and Iraq to feel intense U.S. pressure
for a regime change. It might be worthwhile to brush up a bit on a country against whom our
government is now making thinly-veiled threats of a new Iraq-like aggression.
Did you see Beyonce on the Essence Awards?
First of all, her name is Beyonce.
Like Madonna, and Cher and Elvis, there's only one Beyonce.
She needs a last name like she needs two other women singing with her.
Did you see her performance at the Essence Awards?
It was taped in advance, and some TV critic said,
"If nothing else, tune in to see Beyonce blow the roof off the dump with "Crazy in Love."
She did that.
Maureen the Dragonlady on Scaley Scalia
"In his dissent to the decision striking down a Texas sodomy law and declaring that gays are "entitled to respect
for their private lives," Justice Scalia raved that the court had "largely signed on to the so-called homosexual agenda"
and predicted a "massive disruption of the current social order."
State laws could tumble, he huffed, barring
masturbation. Next, Sister Scalia will tell us it makes you go blind.
He also tut-tutted that laws against bestiality might fall away. (Maybe he should be warning fellow dissenter
Clarence Thomas. Anita Hill told Congress he had been beastly to her by describing an X-rated film about bestiality.)
Clarence "Slappy" Thomas is into beastiality?
That's (probably) worse than Weinerboy wanting to have sex with the dead!
And Slappy has a lifetime appoinment to enjoy his beastiality movies and his right hand.
Dowd often tells big-ass lies, completely fabricated without a humor shield.
We know Slappy's a pervert, so I believe this Dowd accusation to be true.
What is it with the GOP and weirdo sex?
This is Rush Limbaugh, getting "the best of" a defenseless goat.
From: jason bunch
Subject: Bart, What the "F" are you talking about?
Man, I love your site, but your anti-religious
shite has reached irrational heights.
Here is what appeared on your site Friday:
"I find it strange that a pro-life politician
like George Bush is planning to kill as many Iraqi children
as he can in the name of oil or whatever it is that's really on the agenda." -Bill Blaikie, Manitoba Member of Parliament,
YOU, then wrote:
>...and for some goddamned reason, the churches
are behind Bush's insane murder spree.
> You can't trust the churches. They can be bought like the media and crack whores.
What the royal fuck are you talking about?!?!?
Not a single church outside of the Southern Baptist
Convention supported Bush's bullshit war in Iraq. Take back that generalization about the "churches". .
Jason, thanks for the note.
First, it's almost impossible to reach anti-religious irrational heights.
Religion is the forsaking of common sense - the belief in invisible ghosts that do not exist.
Second, you don't really want to argue that the churches aren't
about money, do you?
Granted, I only have experience with Catholics, but churches are run like baseball teams,
except baseball doesn't systematically rotate child rapists from one city to the next.
Third, you have a point that there might be many churches who
are against this bloody mess of a war
that have not been reported due to the American media being on Bush's payroll to rah-rah this slaughter.
I would guess "the churches" have a bigger hammer than bartcop.com
Why have we not heard their condemnation of this insane warmonger and his bloody, illegal actions?
If you want to trust the churches, I will not stand in your way.
But we live in a reality that needs logical answers to real problems.
Lastly, remember that I'm not attacking you.
I'm attacking a crazy institution that trades a can't-be-true fairy tale for your money.
"All the Iraqi people want power and running
water, but they don't realize
that we don't have power and running water either. They don't believe us.
All they know is that the palace must have the best running water and electricity."
--Maj. Artice Scott, whose unit is based in a onetime guest palace
But Major Scott - they had water and electricity before we "liberated" them.
Right now, I have electricity and water - and an illegal thug appointed himself king in a power coup.
If France came here and chased Bush out of the White House (Stop laughing - this is only an example)
I would ask our French invaders to restore my electricity and water. What's not to understand?
Welcome to Bush's Amerikkka
Rage. Mistrust. Hatred. Fear.
The US is crushing its citizens' rights
A chill wind is blowing in this nation,' said Robbins -- who, along with his wife, Susan Sarandon,
has been routinely denounced by the American right. 'A message is being sent through the White
House and its allies in talk radio ... if you oppose this administration, there can and will be ramifications.
Every day the airwaves are filled with warnings, veiled and unveiled threats, spewed invective and
hatred directed at any voice of dissent. And the public ...sit in mute opposition and fear.'
Just days before this speech, Saddam's statue
in Baghdad was wrapped in the Stars and Stripes
and dragged to earth by US tanks. To millions of Americans like Robbins, the image must have
been replete with irony. Here was democratic America destroying one of the most tyrannical
regimes on earth in the name of freedom -- yet in the process of fighting for democracy abroad,
America's own freedoms were being systematically eaten away at home.
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Subject: Moose talk
first of all;long time reader,first time
second;i am a liberal,registered-voting,democrat,card-carrying aclu member,white male in alabama...
which legally makes me protected under the endangered species act. now to the essence of my letter.
Dude, you gotta let those letters b-r-e-a-t-h-e
The space bar is your friend....
i agree that moose was definitely getting
the most out of his 15 minutes by grandstanding and acting
like he was tommy lee jones in "the fugitive"(when in reality he was more like jackie gleason in
"smokey and the bandit",oof!).and,you won't find a bigger conspiracy theorist than me when it comes
to people scheming to get rich off others tragedy,but i don't think moose was in enough control of the
situation to slow anything down. not to say he wouldn't if he could have, but a guy like that who is not
used to being in the spotlight couldn't possibly get away with allowing more people to die for his benefit.
the media would have eaten him alive,especially in d.c. where scandals and lies are more abundant than
national monuments.just my two cents. could be wrong.
keep fightin' the good fight,
Dirty, I find myself misunderstood.
I didn't say he was guilty, I said I extra-don't like him and he was in a position that could be abused.
My biggest complaint with Moose was that one night, when the entire nation tuned in to see if they had
caught the sniper(s) or not, Moose milked that moment like he was Pat Boone at a Bar Mitvah. (What?)
He could've said, "Good evening, we believe
we have the sniper in custody," but nooooooooo.
Moose went on and on and on longer than it takes Lynyrd Skynyrd to end Freebird.
I believe that to be a sickness, a sickness that will make him a lot of money.
And not that I'm one to argue, (cough)
but wasn't there something about Moose refusing to take
a phone call from the sniper? Didn't the sniper have to call 2-3 times to get a message to Moose?
Could've been innocent, ...sure, ...but you know, in a court of
law, which is where this case is headed,
the defense atty always asks, "And how much did YOU make for the story you're telling here today?"
I'm starting to see the initials "O.J." everytime this subject comes up.
"Every second, you feel like you could get
shot. The people say to me that the Americans
will stay forever. 'It's not true,' I tell them. 'We don't want to occupy Iraq. We want to
get home to our families.' But, you know, I don't think a lot of them believe me."
-- an Americam soldier in Iraq
"We don't want to occupy Iraq. We were sent here to murder Saddam and steal your oil."
"The longer this goes on, the more violent
these events will become. We learned this
in Lebanon and Somalia -- and Iraq is much more challenging than either of these."
--Gen. Carlton Fulford predicting "a long, tough haul in Iraq" Experts Question Depth of Victory
"...there was unanimity as to Iraq's WMD:
"a massive array of evidence," "a detailed and persuasive case," "a powerful case," "a sober, factual case,"
"an overwhelming case," "a compelling case," "the strong, credible and persuasive case," "a persuasive,
detailed accumulation of information," "the core of his argument was unassailable," "a smoking fusillade . . .
a persuasive case for anyone who is still persuadable," "an accumulation of painstakingly gathered and
analyzed evidence," "only the most gullible and wishful thinking souls can now deny that Iraq is
harboring and hiding weapons of mass destruction," "the skeptics asked for proof; they now have it,"
"a much more detailed and convincing argument than any that has previously been told," "Powell's evidence . .
was overwhelming," "an ironclad case . . . incontrovertible evidence," "succinct and damning evidence...
the case is closed," "Colin Powell delivered the goods on Saddam Hussein," "masterful," "If there was any
doubt...Powell put it to rest."
If this writer had any balls, he would've
listed each paper with their fawning over the Bush Monster.
These reporters are such bed-wetting Nancyboys, always protecting each other from harm.
These press handjobs think their in some
"exclusive club," like the damn senate.
They don't even have the courage - after the fact - to say, "Bush mislead all of us."
On October 25, 2001, MakeThemAccountable reported on a deal that had been made in 2000
between political advisor Karl Rove and Jack Welch, who was then Chairman of General Electric.
The arrangement involved a quid pro quo in which the mainstream media agreed to run interference
for the Bush campaign with the understanding that a new Republican administration would eliminate
regulations on communications conglomerates.
In exchange for faithfully executing their
part of the most pernicious alliance in American history,
the multinational media companies have recently received the latest installment of a multi-billion dollar kickback:
NBC did a GREAT job of getting Bush elected.
That bastard Russert was a standout whore in an industry of whores.
He was Karl Rove's personal shoelicker, running AS FACT any slur or rumor Rove gave him.
After each debate, Rove sent Russert pages of "lies" that Gore told, and Timmy the pit bull
became Bush's free advertising man at NBC.
Every Clinton White House aide that went on Meet the Whore
from 1998-2001 was
grilled hard with questions about Clinton's cock, and Russert never once let go.
Russert stayed on Clinton's cock like he was enjoying every inch of it.
But once Bush stole power and fabricated reasons to involve America
in a fake war, Timmy the pit bull
turned into a gentle lamb with a tender ass - always pointed upward for Mt Rove or the Governor to enjoy.
weird GOP sex
This time, it's Santorum
Was Strom Thurmond murdered?
The President: Please be seated. I would say "good morning," but I cannot, for today comes on the heels of
one of the darkest days in the entire history of our great Christian nation. Yesterday evening, heroically spry
ladies man and pillar of inclusiveness Senator Strom Thurmond was brutally murdered by a deranged and
sickening United States Supreme Court ruling.
Back in September of 1998, while I was still
Governor of Texas, I explicitly told my state prosecutors that
any jail cells not already occupied by colored fellas too poor to buy real cocaine instead of that really
disappointing crack stuff should be immediately filled up with anybody suspected of hot man-on-man ass sex
Subject: Miami coup update
Roger Morse was one of the participants in the Miami coup of 2000 ( # 7 in the picture ).
"I think staging a riot is better than counting votes.
Don't you agree? Riots or democracy?"
Let me hear from you!! email@example.com
A Morse law-firm (LOBBYIST?) update is at: http://www.prestongates.com/meetpge/pro.asp?proID=742
It has an e-mail if you want to contact Mr. Morse for your lobbying needs.
Give the Tennessee voters credit for rejecting
his then-boss Van Hilleary for Governor in 2002.
Before all that he worked for Tom DeLay.
Jim from Tennessee
Jim, wouldn't it be cool if everyone
who reads this let Mr Morse know
that WE believe in choosing our leaders legally, at the ballot box, instead of
staging a phoney riot, and posing as "concerned Florida voters."
Can anyone else in that picture be located?
Let's out every one of those sons of bitches.
Let write to each and every undemocractic thug!
"This duty is absolutely ridiculous. We are
combat troops. We are trained in combat.
We are not trained in peacekeeping. We should all be home by now It's like we won
the Super Bowl but we have to keep on playing."
--Sgt. 1st Class Richard Edwards, who I'll bet loves Dubya with everything he's got.
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Democrats also objected to Republican parliamentary maneuvers, which saw the Republicans
attaching their abortion bill to a law about circuses, the concealed-carry weapon bill attached to
a Department of Natural Resources proposal, and the tort reform bill attached to a bill concerning
Representatives Steve Sviggum (R-Kenyon)
and Erik Paulsen (R-Eden Prairie) dismissed the
Democratís complaints, accusing Senate Democrats of making such tactics necessary.
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Dish TV or Direct TV?
Our Dish Network receiver is about 6 years old.
I'm contemplating the $100 switch.
1. Which is best, and why?
2. Does either offer any kind of video-on-demand?
3. Does either offer first-run movies?
4. Does one get channels the other doesn't?
Note: I'm a football fan - each week we get whoever dallas is losing to and KC.
5. There is a difference, right?
Help an old altar boy out.
If you would, put "Dish" or Direct" in the subject box, would you?
Baron Dave Romm on 'How To Write A Letter To The Editor - pt 5
Turner Classic Movies celebrates Lena Horne's birthday
Joan Jett, Baltimore bat-girl
Snoop Dogg, Poly High & Long Beach
Ted Kennedy won't support Arnold
Springsteen sold out Fenway in under an hour
Sisters of the Road
Carson Daly roasted
And, Katharine Hepburn
States Closing Historical Sites - Budget Woes
GUILFORD, Conn. - Joan Ces and her 7-year-old son came all the way from California
to see early American history, but when they reached the oldest stone house in New England,
it was closed. The reason: state budget cuts.
Connecticut isn't alone. Serious budget
shortfalls have historic preservation programs across the
country fighting for survival, according to the National Trust, an advocacy group for historic preservation.
Historical societies are trying to absorb the cuts by reducing the number of days that sites are open,
cutting tours and even contemplating the closing of some attractions.
"Screw history - my oil buddies needed another tax cut."
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Poll: Blair no longer trusted, should quit
Most Britons no longer find Tony Blair trustworthy and nearly half think he should quit,
according to a newspaper poll Sunday. It showed most voters also say his record on health,
crime, transport and asylum-seekers is poor. On the question of trust, Blair was backed
by 36 percent but doubted by 58 percent.
Blair knew siding with Moron would cost
him his career.
Anybody doubt that his next job will be with The Carlyle Group?
They'll spin it as "Sometimes, doing the right thing isn't popular," the bastards,
and Bush's obedient puppy press will echo that horseshit a thousand times..
This is what Bush's numbers would be
if America had a free press.
The American media is solidly and shamefully
behind the Illegal Fraud..
They protect us from his gaffes, reporting on what he meant to say - not what he said.
They soft-pedall everything bad, and glamour up the facade that he's some kind of tough cowboy.
This phoney crap has been going on loooong before 9-11.
The media elected George Bush and wouldn't allow the rightfully-elected president to take office.
This "president" enjoys killing people, he showed that many times,
even in presidential debates.
Smirking when he was salivating at the thought of killing Byrd's pickup draggers.
You could see it in his eyes - he really comes alive when someone's about to die.
We've never had a president who enjoys killing so much.
He's a sick bastard.
You have two minutes to rant away.
Works good! I have a high-speed line, so
there was no problem
with the original cinco, but the new smaller/faster one works, too.
I enjoy all of it except the music (OK,
I'm even older than you, and raised
on Schubert and company.) The farthest out I get is Freddy Mercury.
You are good, and your rants rock.
Tally really is vixenish (in moments) and Tommy is quality all the way.
My $10 is well spent.
Dick, if you can make MP3s, send me some Schubert snippets.
"Oregonís medical marijuana program is lowering
the fees it charges people
because they have a 300,000-dollar surplus. What a shock Ė the first time a
government has ever made money at anything and itís selling drugs."
If medical science was in charge, and not religion,
we could balance the budget with legalized pot.
Pundit Pap, as seen on AMPOL
But the biggest headlines came from Tim Russert's first guests and a scathing report on lack of preparedness
for another terrorist attack. Naturally, Russert and his guests tried to convince viewers that they weren't out
to blame anyone (read: George W. Bush, Tom Ridge, Bill Frist, Denny Hastert, Tom DeLay).
Naturally, the facts speak for themselves
-- and indict George W. Bush, Tom Ridge, Bill Frist, Denny Hastert
and Tom DeLay for a sellout of those uniformed municipal employees who will have to be first responders
when there is another terrorist strike. After all, priorities are priorities -- and the rich have to get their tax cut.
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