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"Move aside, Dixie Chicks: Austin's Jimmie
Dale Gilmore has outdone you in the presidential insult department.
The Portsmouth (N.H.) Herald reports that three songs into his sold-out show in Portland, Maine, last week, the
Flatlander paused and said, among other things, that he's "deeply disgusted" with the current political situation
and that "in my opinion, Osama bin Laden and George Bush are exactly the same because they both love hatred."
A loud round of applause followed. "I'm
a real Texan, and I personally like George Bush," Gilmore continued.
Bush "is a good guy who got caught in a bad situation and just got carried away."
--Jimmie takes on George
"Kill him Hillary-style - two shots to the head.
Karl has people that can get rid of the body."
"After a week of conflicting claims from CIA and White House aides about the preparation of
the State of the Union speech, Bush and Rice both categorically declared Friday that the CIA
had approved every word of the text which Bush delivered on January 28. Two hours later,
Tenet issued a carefully worded statement that had reportedly been discussed for several days
with White House aides, accepting responsibility.
Bush declared that he had full confidence
in Tenet and was prepared to “move on.” There is an
aspect of the bizarre in this transparently self-serving statement. The issue is not Tenet’s standing
with Bush, but Bush’s role in flagrantly lying to the American people.
That might get you a pat on the head from the White House, but it won't achieve your "ultimate objective."
No, for that, you must cross the proper palms with silver. And those would be the hot little hands of Halliburton,
the great googily-moogily of militarized American commerce. The well-connected conglomerate has been handed
billions in taxpayer money -- often in open-ended, no-bid, have-a-spree contracts -- to supply military, construction
and energy services to the Potomac Empire's far-flung outposts around the globe. Most recently they've taken up
yet another profitable little sideline, courtesy of the White House: controlling Iraq's oil fields -- the second largest
petroleum reserves in the world.
Subject: but Clinton lied about having sex
Only two years ago, the government ended
its budget year with a $127 billion surplus.
That was the fourth straight and the second largest ever.
Those were the Clinton years, four years straight and the secound highest surplus ever.
Since then, the budget has careened through
its most abrupt, steepest reversal ever.
Last year, deficits returned with the red ink reaching $158 billion.
Until now, the record shortfall was $290 billion in 1992 under the first President Bush.
The Bush administration is expected to forecast
record deficits for this year
and next exceeding $400 billion, perhaps reaching $450 billion.
Hey, we may all die broke, but at least we know this man who emptied
the Treasury didn't have sex.
All he did was recklessly get 200 brave soldiers killed because he couldn't control his war hardon.
George W. Bush Won the 2004 Election
Purging voter lists is just the beginning: the U.S. has embraced a form of electronic voting
that is unreliable, unverifiable and funded by the radical Christian right
Now, their concerns are being echoed by a new group of writers, journalists and activists who have raised
alarming and explosive details about electronic voting in America. While academics such as Professors Rebecca
Mercuri and David Dill and organizations such as the Association for Computing Machinery have carefully
documented how voting systems are vulnerable to fraudulent manipulation, journalists such as Lynn Landes, Jerry
Bowles and Bev Harris are alerting Americans to an electronic coup d'etat in the making. If their charges are true,
and there is little evidence to contradict their claims, George W. Bush has already won the 2004 election.
My brother in Baghdad
Bart, as you may or may not know,
my brother in in Baghdad. I won't mention the unit or
where he is staying. My mom and I were pretty much at odds before the war, because she
bought the propaganda that anti-war protesters were against the troops.
She attended a family support meeting yesterday--she
drives over 100 miles to attend these
military-sponsored events in Central Illinois. They showed her a picture of my brother in front
of his humvee with bullet-holes in the windshield. She got a letter from him that he has lost
20 pounds and does not get regular meals. She was instructed (again) to contact her
congressman to ask why he's only getting one letter a month.
Last time she called the congressman--a
Southern Illinois Republican--she was told:
"Do you want him to get mail? Or do you want him to get food?"
Sounds awfully strange for a war we won so triumphantly.
Trouble is, if Bush doesn't bring our troops
home, how can he have a parade? If he does bring them home,
he doesn't get to steal their oil anymore and can't manufacutre evidence of a Iraqi WMD when he needs it,
say, when the polls show him down to a Democrat. This is a disaster in the making, Bart. Not a "Hooray,
that will help the Democrats" disaster. A personal disaster. Not some inconvenience resulting from a call up.
And it is occuring all over the country to lots of people.
I want to hear one Democrat say: "Let's
bring our troops home." Not, "Bush made a bad decision."
I want to hear Ralph Nader say: "There is no difference between Al Gore and George Bush."
Needless to say, my mom has come around.
She won't be voting for George Bush (She didn't in 2000).
She won't be voting for a Republicrat that voted to authorized the use of force, either.
I think Rush should try the BFEE diet:
Five MRE's a week.
"I will bring honor to the process and honor
to the office I seek.
I will remind Al Gore that Americans do not want a White House
where there is 'no controlling legal authority.' I will repair the
broken bonds of trust between Americans and their government."
--George W. Bush, lying bastard, March 7, 2000 Attribution
"They fell for that, didn't they, Georgie?"
Liar! Speech on Fire
by The Angry Liberal as seen on buzzflash.com
Now we hear that CIA Director, George Tenet, has decided to fall on the sword for Bush:
First, CIA approved
the president's State of the Union address before it was delivered.
Second, I am responsible for the approval process in my agency. And third, the president
had every reason to believe that the text presented to him was sound.
Good ol' George Tenet. At least somebody
connected with this speech is man enough to take the blame.
The basic problem here is the following: Tenet didn't write the speech. Tenet is taking the blame only for
the approval process. So which one of Bush's people put this lie in the speech in the first place? And why
isn't that guy/gal's head on a post in front of the White House as a warning to others who might want to
use propaganda to start a war?
Do you remember the State of the Union contest we had?
Cynthia knew, I knew, you knew, everybody knew Smirk would
be lying that night.
The press is acting so shocked that this intellectual dry hole would lie that night.
..and the press is our watchdog against political corruption?
"I'm stealing all I can because nobody is trying to stop me."
turns Nazi whore, hires vulgar Pigboy for football
What, ...Michael Savage was busy?
Passed over by ABC's Monday Night Football three years ago, talk show Nazi Rush Limbaugh
has been called up to the NFL by ESPN. Limbaugh will deliver a weekly opinion piece on ESPN's
revamped Sunday NFL Countdown and also will provide three challenges per show to comments
by Chris Berman, Tom Jackson, Steve Young and Michael Irvin, who has replaced Sterling Sharpe.
"We want to give Nazi pigs a voice, and Rush is
the person who can do it," said Mark Shapiro,
ESPN's chief of raking in the extra nickel at the expense of dignity.
Somehow, I can't see Michael Irvin making
cutesy talk with the overbearing Nazi.
If Michael Irvin is half the man I think he is, he'll punch Rush out the first week.
When you write ESPN to ask why they hired a stinking Nazi, they say this:
Thank you for your e-mail.
Rush is an excellent communicator and a
big sports fan.
He was hired for those two reasons, not his politics.
His role will be to provide the fans perspective and to create discussion and debate.
ESPN Viewer Response
He was hired so you could make that easy
His sheep will follow him like the Pied Piper, and uyou guys stopped below the gutter
to hire a vulgar nazi pig so he could spread his hate to television, too.
The Freepers were organized and got Jeanine
Garafolo's showed bumped off ABC.
Now the vulgar Piugboy is doing football, but of course, the Democrats are too polite
to think about raising an uproar to get him bumped. I'm so sick of sheep...
Book Attacks Bush, UN
Scott Ritter calls 'em like he sees 'em
Former U.N. weapons inspector Scott Ritter released a new book, accusing Never Elected of illegally
attacking Iraq and calling for "regime change" in the United States at the next election.
Ritter criticized the U.S.war at Monday's
U.N. news conference. He said Bush lied to the American people
and Congress about Iraq's WMD. He also said U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan lacked courage and that
former chief weapons inspector Hans Blix was "a moral and intellectual coward."
Ritter, a former U.S. Marine, was a weapons
inspector in Iraq from 1991 to 1998. He has been a vocal critic
of the Bush administration's policy on Iraq.
Ritter said he wrote "Frontier Justice,
Weapons of Mass Destruction and the Bushwacking of America"
to educate people. The paperback, published by Context Books, has on its cover a picture of Bush in jeans
and a cowboy hat, behind the wheel of a truck.
"If you want a Lottaburger, go to Blake's.
If you want a Happy Meal, go to McDonald's.
If you want a whopper, go to the White House."
--Bumper sticker, spotted in Albuquerque
Firm Basis for Impeachment
Does the president not read? Does his national security staff, led by Condoleezza Rice,
keep him in the dark about the most pressing issues of the day? Or is this administration
blatantly lying to the American people to secure its ideological ends?
We now know that before Bush's January speech,
Robert G. Joseph, the National Security Council
individual who reports to Rice on nuclear proliferation, was fully briefed by CIA analyst Alan Foley
that the Niger connection was no stronger than it had been in October. It is inconceivable that in
reviewing draft after draft of the State of the Union speech, NSC staffers Hadley and Joseph
failed to tell Rice that the president was about to spread a big lie to justify going to war.
On national security, the buck doesn't stop
with Tenet, the current fall guy. The buck stops with
Bush and his national security advisor, who is charged with funneling intelligence data to the president.
That included cluing in the president that the CIA's concerns were backed by the State Department's
conclusion that "the claims of Iraqi pursuit of natural uranium in Africa are highly dubious."
I'm telling you - this all boils down to
Bush and his team of thugs literally had a hardon for murdering Saddam and stealing Iraq's oil,
and since the press has always given him a free ride without consequences, and since the gelding
Democrats are too afraid to even f-ing whimper, Bush did what any man would do - he took his shot.
Absoute power will drive a good man bad,
so if you're a greedy oil tycoon to start with, there aren't
many good places you can go once you have absolute power with nobody to hold you accountable.
This is mostly the fault of the Democrats.
The press will cover a fight if they see
one - but there's no fight to cover. The kittenish Democrats
have rolled over for this ruthless monster and his gang of thugs, and if you can do ANYTHING without
anyone tryiong to stop you, you might as well take over the whole world - it's human nature!
the Democrats in permanent bend-over posture, it's common
sense that evil will take bold steps. I wish everyone would stop
acting surprised that evil men will move forward when they can.
"But Bart, we're too cowardly to do our jobs. We're too f-ing scared to fight!"
Yeah, tell me something I don't know..
If you're too scared to do your jobs, please resign so braver citizens can take over.
Have a question or a comment?
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Well, it appears that Saddam was telling
the truth and Bush was lying.
Frank, good point.
Saddam is a heartless, murdering scumbag, ...and America has one of those, too.
The only difference is, Saddam got the most votes in his election.
Bush put Saddam in an unwinnable position.
He wanted Saddam to prove to the world that he had no weapons and was totally defenseless.
Think of the Middle East as a really bad neighborhood, run by
gangs of crude, medieval thugs.
Imagine going into Compton (I don't know what I'm talking about) and demanding that the Crips prove
to everyone that they have no weapons - none at all. The minute they do, the Bloods pay them a visit.
When you're a clueless pinhead, who has never had to use your
brain, you don't allow for the possibility
that there may be more than one solution to a problem. If Saddam's choices were suicide or suicide,
at least this way he goes out standing up to the American Monster.
Pirates of the Depp - Curse of the Black Pearl
I only read one review of the new Johnny Depp movie.
It was by Mike Clark of USA Today - and it was right on the mark, again and again.
He said, "Finally, a summer movie that
It's not in the Top Ten films I've ever seen, but it gets an A+ from Ol' Bart.
Clark said, "Think of Raiders of the
Lost Ark, that's how good this is."
This is an exciting movie, it could be scary for kids (what
do I know?) but there was no nudity,
there were no curse words, so it might've gotten the PG-13 from the scary pirate scenes.
They took the time to establish the characters, they had a real story - it was a fun night out.
I'll bet this is a score movie if you guys are looking for a movie to take your girl to.
Johnny Depp is the kind of guy I'm not supposed to like, but
I do. This was a very strange role,
but Depp is so wacky, he takes the wacky roles. Depp's pirate is an extra-likeable guy, but he seems,
especially early on, to be exxaggerating a gay walk and a gay tone in his voice.
...now, being a sheltered Catholic in cow-country Oklahoma,
I'm not on all-that-stable ground when I say
that Depp's character seemed either a little gay or a little Mother England. There are those who would ask,
"What's the difference?" but I'm saying don't challenge me on that because my evidence is impirical.
Somehow, he pulls it off and the character works.
And then there's the PG-13 sex angle.
If this is what PG-13 sex is about, I'd like to charge a case of it to my SW Airlines Visa Card.
star is born!
Her name is Keria Knightly, but it should be Kiera Hourly.
In this movie, there are maybe 100 really, really, ugly
After watching these ghastly, groutesque things slither about in the film, beauty is more appreciated.
When young Kiera Knightly is on the big screen, she sparkles, she dazzles and she really steals the show.
Last time I fell in love at the movies was Kate Hudson in Almost Famous, and that's been what, two years?
This movie was two hours of extremely unattractive, dead and rotting
pirates, so when the lovely Kiera showed up,
it was more soothing than drinking cold, cold milk at a Four-Alarm Chili Cookoff in f-ing Austin on the Fourth of July.
Geoffrey Rush has never been my main man, but he delivered the
goods in this movie.
Orlando BLOOM played the not-worthy-of-the-charms-of-the Commador's-daughter role.
He looks like Luke Perry, but Mrs Bart says he's more handsome than Perry.
You can see this movie with Mo, Grandma AND the kids. Even the music is pulse-pounding.
This is like some throwback movie, back when you could go to the movies and have a damn good time.
Pirates of the Caribbean - Curse of the Black Pearl is
a bang and a half.
It's a fun as hell family movie, like Raiders, but without the Nazis, ...except...
The main bad guy looked a little like Whistle Dick Cheney, and he DID have a pet monkey...
Go see this movie - thank me later.
Poker tonight - 9 PM Central
The room is "Bartcop's Pvt Table," the password is chinaco.
It takes a while to sign up, so don't wait till 8:45 to start.
Remember - gambling is a sin - don't do it
Poker is fun and the Invisible Cloud Being says "Deny yourself all pleasure."
That's how He wants it, so obey His orders or burn in hell for all eternity.
See you at 9 PM CENTRAL
Michael Dare's 'Disinfotainment Today'
Lily Tomlin is this year's 'Mark Twain Prize' winner
Steve Harvey understands tv economics
Pigboy joins ESPN/Disney football
ABC/Disney dumps reality programming for cheaper reruns
Bruce Springsteen & New Jersey finances
Pierce Brosnan and an honorary OBE
Ingmar Bergman moves
Dale Robertson turns 80
And, drive-in movies
Subject: "Why the hell...?"
Bart, you wrote:
> Why the hell did you let Ashcroft in the first damn time?
Re: Ashcroft's confirmation, Senators Edwards and Kerry (and Lieberman and Graham) voted NO!!
Dodd, Breaux, Feingold, Byrd, Miller (of course), and (future 'hero') Jeffords voted yes!
Granted, they didn't filibuster like I wished they would've....
Eddy the Pillar!
Dude, I'm so easy to please.
I would've settled for each elected Democrat in Washington calling
a press conference to say,
"I don't think any of us, in good conscience, can allow this insane monster and his Old
Testament bullshit to be the top cop in this country. Mr. Never-Elected needs to find
a SANE nominee for AG and if not, we'll not only filibuster this madman, we'll filibuster
every nomination until November of 2004 if the Governor wants to play hardball."
But nooooooooooooooooooo - they bent over for the
and this is AFTER they impeached our legally elected president for no damn reason.
What's wrong with the Democrats?
Mostly, this was a sin of vanity. Senators think they're
so damn special, like the DC chapter of Skull & Bones.
Ashcroft got an automatic pass for being a former senator (Remember, he lost to a dead man), even though he's
crazy and lied like a Bush at his confirmation, promising to uphold the Constitutioon and all - that's not what a
religiously insane wacko does. Senate Democrats sold out their constituents and their country by affirming this monster.
And what did their sellout cost us?
The First, 4th, 5th, 6th and 8th Amendments, for starters.
You don't send Jack the Ripper into your daughter's bedroom, and
"How could this rape/murder have happened?" when it does?
I don't want Democratic apologies after they give away the Constitution.
I want them to stand and fight while it's under assault.
The California Secretary of State has extended
the deadline for public comment on electronic voting machines issues
until the end of July. If they do this right, California may be able to set a standard the rest of the country will follow,
so even if you are not a California resident, your input will still be important.
Submit your comments: Write to:
Secretary of State Kevin Shelley
Attn: Touch Screen Report
1500 11th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
Send email to: TaskForceComments@ss.ca.gov
Fax comments to: (916) 653-9675
Just what the hungry people of Africa need -- the empty calories of George W. Bush's rhetoric.
Here's why Bush really went to Africa --
it is as as far away as Rove could get him at a time
when the court-appointed administration had to begin to admit that its premise for war was fallacious.
Let's hope Charles Taylor of Liberia sets a good example for Bush and steps down quickly.
"Africa is part of America's history. Europeans
and Africans came to this country together,
Africans in chains. And slavery was, of course, America's birth defect." -- Condoleezza Rice
Your ancestors were in chains, Condi, what's your excuse for involvement with white devils?
Say it with me, kids: L'Alpe d'Huez.
It's a really big mountain and Lance is going to
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Lyin in Africa
1.Iraq was responsible for the 11 September attacks
2 Iraq and al-Qa'ida were working together
3 Iraq was seeking uranium from Africa for a "reconstituted" nuclear weapons programme
4 Iraq was trying to import aluminium tubes to develop nuclear weapons
5 Iraq still had vast stocks of chemical and biological weapons from the first Gulf War
6 Iraq retained up to 20 missiles which could carry chemical or biological warheads,
with a range which would threaten British forces in Cyprus
7 Saddam Hussein had the wherewithal to develop smallpox
8 US and British claims were supported by the inspectors
9 Previous weapons inspections had failed
10 Iraq was obstructing the inspectors
11 Iraq could deploy its weapons of mass destruction in 45 minutes
12 The "dodgy dossier"
13 War would be easy
14 Umm Qasr
15 Basra rebellion
16 The "rescue" of Private Jessica Lynch
17 Troops would face chemical and biological weapons
18 Interrogation of scientists would yield the location of WMD
19 Iraq's oil money would go to Iraqis
20 WMD were found
"It's not Bush's fault - he got bad intelligence
from the CIA and the British."
-- Every punk-ass liar on FOX, MSGOP, CNN and talk radio
If the Murdering Monkey is getting bad information from the intelligence
maybe he should stop murdering innocent women and children until the CIA starts telling the truth?
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The former supervisor of a Newport Beach
youth program was sentenced Friday to life in prison
on 25 counts of lewd conduct and assault for sucking the toes of 20 boys.
Trenton Veches, 32, will be eligible for parole in 15 years.
During the trial, the defense lawyer said
Veches' actions with boys 6 to 10 years old were "horseplay."
But the prosecutor said Veches "clearly befriended these children, manipulated them and he sexually molested them."
Veches was arrested in April 2002 after
a co-worker reported seeing him sucking a boy's toes.
I'm no expert, but how can you sexually molest a boy below the ankle?
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