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"Can't stand the heat?"
--Washington Whore Post editorial, mocking the 3,000 dead French Attribution
Can you believe that the Washington Whore Post was once a respected
Now, they've joined the B.F.E.E. in their "revenge crusade" against France for being right about the war.
"I'm a very astuuute businessman. I know exactlee what I'm doooing,"
Musclehead said of his lack of qualifications to govern California.
Arianna Huffington branded Schwarzenegger
a "Bush Republican through and through."
Huffington also criticized Schwarzenegger for meeting with Kennyboy Lay in May 2001
while Kennyboy was raping the beejeesez out of California to the tune of $500M per day.
The LA Times says Kennyboy gave Musclehead
and others a four-page plan detailing his
solution to California's energy crisis. "I don'd remember the meeeeting," Musclehead lied.
This is going to be one extra-fun beatdown.
"Kennyboy? Who is Kennyboy? I don't remember him, either..."
"As Governor, Mr. Schwarzenegger would be a
darker villain than any he has faced in his movies.
There is no evidence that Mr. Schwarzenegger has any strong moral convictions on any public issue."
-- Rev. Louis P. Sheldon, nuttier than the Pecan Caramel Bears sold at South's Finest Chocolate
Dr. Laura Schlessinger is no longer practicing the rituals of Judaism –
a religion she converted to a decade ago in her 40s.
''I felt that I was putting out a tremendous amount
toward (being Jewish), that end,
and not feeling return, not feeling connected, not feeling that inspired,'' she told her
radio audience. ''And trust me, I've talked to rabbis, I've read, I've prayed, I've
agonized, and I came to this place anyway, which is not exactly back to the
beginning, but more in that direction than not.''
So, this money-grubbing prostitute is hopping from religion to
religion the way
she hopped from one man's bed to another in her college days when she posed
for spread-legged pictures for any man with a camera.
This super-religious fraud found out she could make more money
thumping will Falwell and Robertson than she can with the Old Testament.
She goes through religions like Roseanne runs through boyfriends.
She had the moral convictions of a New York rat in a dark alley.
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"George Bush and Donald Rumsfeld care about
in the same way that Tyson Foods cares about chickens..."
-- Stan Goff, a retired Ranger and Special Forces member whose son is in Iraq
kids forced to pledge two flags
It's the law, created by the religiously-insane Texas legislature
Senate Bill 83, called the Pledge of Allegiance law, which mandates recitation of the
Pledge of Allegiance to the U.S. and the Texas flags and observance of a minute of
silence at the beginning of each school day, is a new law passed by Texas legislators.
Religious groups that don't allow their
members to recite pledges or partake in these
types of rituals are not forced into it, Gutierrez said. The few students who don't
participate are Jehovah's Witnesses, she said. .
Trust me - the next step is forced allegiance to the never-elected, giggling murderer.
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Good or Very good
17% (Hard core FOX watchers)
Not very good or Poor 79%
50M people were sweltering,
Bush ignored them to raise cool cash
No mention of the suffering in his million dollar $$ grab in Irvine, CA
Just like his Daddy, who the voters fired for saying, "What recession?"
I saw some lady telling her blackout story on TV.
She was a tourist from Kansas, I think.
She was in the city shopping with her daughter when the lights
went out. She called the hotel
and asked what she should do. The hotel told her it was best to come back and stay in her room
with no electricity. So they walked back to the hotel only to find that it was closed and locked
- so this tourist lady from Kansas and her daughter slept on the sidewalks of New York that night.
Can you imagine that?
Subject: Subscription donation
I'm jumping on the benefactor bandwagon.
will pay one year subscription
to any Rhode Island bartcopper who wants in.
You choose the person and I'll adjust my paypal account accordingly
Mark, that's doing a real nice thing.
I know we have some Rhode Island Coppers - anyone out there?
Thanks for doing that.
Now can we hear from a Wolverine who wants to sponsor another Wolverine?
How about you Badgers and Gophers?
We get good hits in Wisconsin and Minnesota...
Musclehead, sexually molesting a girl's behind from the front.
"Budd I was oud ov da country - in Brazeel when I molested heah.
It's entirelee leeegal to molest da women in Rio."
It's so obvious - we should have thought
of this right away.
Those Bush bastards are in the energy business.
The energy upgrade will be more hundreds of billions in their pockets.
First, they de-regulate energy to get it
into private hands of..., oh say Enron.
Then they rape New York to death like they raped California. If California
was good for $500M some days, the Eastern Seaboard has to be good for $1B.
Remember when we thought the GOP impeachment circus was ugly?
Wouldn't we give anything to go back to those days?
America was such a paradise under Bill Clinton...
I ran into http://www.captainmojo.com/blog/ It says...
August 06, 2003
Arnahld is in, to everyone and no one's
Expect pictures alleging Schwarzenegger’s steroid use and GAY PORN ROLES
to mysteriously emerge from the vicinity of Sacramento.
I've got nothing against gay porn, as long as I'm not in it, but
can this be true?
Does anyone know anything about Musclehead's gay porn past?
Reward for pics!
saw it on thomasmc.com
For now, on my laptop, I have no sound, so we can't do radio until
I get it back.
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More molesting, this time with his eyes.
I seee you, wid my big peeepers...
"He's the biggest dick in Hollywood."
-- anal sex fetishist Jillian Barberie, speaking of Musclehead, to Jay Leno on the Tonight Show.
She said Musclehead told Vanity fair years ago, "I have a Milton Berle problem..."
Berle was famous for impressing people by dropping his pants.
Subject: What if?
I wonder what would happen if the "lights
went out" on election day next year?
Would the "supreme court" pick our president again?
Miles, you bet.
Their job is to protect Bush and marginalized the Constitution.
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Alfred Hitchcock & 'the boy who made the fish movie'
Annie Lennox influenced by Moby
Steven Seagal & his former business partner
Australian camels moving to South Korea
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"When it comes to sex, I don't give a shit
what anyone's trip is.
I have no sexual standards in my head that say this is good or this is bad.
'Homosexual' - that only means to me that he enjoys sex with a man
and I enjoy sex with a woman. . . . it's all legitimate to me."
-- Musclehead, to the NYWhore Times and Cosmopolitan Attribution
No wonder Rush hates him...
Subject: on religion and commandments
You refer to a ban on religion. The constitution is clear.
That's crazy talk.
The Constitution, in many places, is the most poorly-written, murkly mess ever assembled.
When you see, "a well-regulated militia," you see "AK-47s for all Americans," whereas I see "a well-regulated militia."
They intentionally left the language to be interpreted a thousand ways.
It says that the FEDS cannot ESTABLISH a
religion. Words mean things.
The framers knew the meaning of the words they used.
There you go again.
The framers knew their words could be twisted a thousand ways.
In parts of Michigan, Muslims are the majority. If you lived there,
would you like a tribute to Osama's Bible at YOUR courthouse?
Or would you decide that the courthouse is no place for nutty religions?
...now it's all different, right?
Oh, by the way, just because some stale
old retread from upper butt-crack
rules on his silly malinformed opinion of the law doesnt mean that some other
pseudo scholar can cite that as precedent. Nescafe?
When I take away all the not-that-cute gobbledegook, I think you're
that the law doesn't work on precedents, but it most certainly does.
Besides, it made news because the higher court refused to reverse
the lower court's
ruling that the superstituous nonsense had no business on display in a federal building.
If you respected religion, you'd agree with me and you'd want the government and
their army and their tanks as far away from religion as possible.
Pull Bush's finger - he farts.
Phones on planes
As recently as Friday, I've had this on-going conversation with
He is certain that calls were not made from planes on 9-11.
My position is that so many witnesses have come forward
(I don't have a list)
saying their loved one called in their final moments, I choose to believe them.
He sent a reply, but to keep things straight, we needed three
colors of text.
To save me the time and pain of transcribing it all, he put it in html. (Thanks!)
Answering green paragraph one:
More than most people in America, I understand and distrust the BFEE.
Please don't assume I'm gobbling down every word they spoon-feed me.
It would be illogical to assume everything they said about 9-11 is false.
The best con men/crooks mix truth with lies. The trick is separating them.
Answering green paragraph two:
It's my recollection that the planes that hit the WTC said, "Be calm, we're going back."
Also, there was an hour or more between WTC 1 and the Pennsylvania crash.
Four planes, 19 hijackers, massive panic - I'm not sure who said what on which plane.
Answering green paragraph three:
I buried the Easter Bunny, Santa and the Invisible Cloud Being about 43 years ago.
I don't believe everything I'm told. Niave is not my middle name.
Answering green paragraph five:
I think I will just have to plead nolo contendere on this issue.
You are obviously miles deep into this, and I'd have to get a degree and spend years
to get to where we could talk intelligently on this subject.
For the reader's benefit, this is a short paragraph from his last link:
"Terrorists in fact did not fly those
planes, it is totally and completely impossible
for those planes to have been flown in such a manner from the cockpit."
I'm not a Bush supporter, but to me, that is a wild claim.
If the proof is as solid as you suggest, why aren't people speaking up?
There must be a couple of thousand pilots for Boeing 757's and 767's.
Are they all afraid to speak out?
Are they all willing to remain silent to assist Bush?
Odds are half of them dislike the murdering son of a bitch - why would they remain silent to help him?
Lastly, I'm not trying to shut you up, but a fourth follow-up
would be harder than ever to understand.
If you want, send me a few (not 30) links and I'll post them. I know you're passionate about getting this story out.
If I was convinced, I would be, too. But I can't afford the time it would take to get up-to-speed.
Cell Phone Calls From Hijacked 911 Airliners
I have a question that does not
call for a thousand word answer:
How did the passengers of Flight 93 find out about the other hijackings if not by phone?
According to a stunning report posted by a retired Navy Lt Commander and 28-year veteran of the
Defense Department (DoD), Bush’s assurance about finding WMD in Iraq was based on a CIA plan to
“plant” WMDs inside the country. Nelda Rogers, the Pentagon whistleblower, claims the plan failed
when the secret mission was mistakenly taken out by “friendly fire”, the Environmentalists Against War report.
Some mail I missed when I had no computer
Are you a little hungover Barty Boy?
You aren't fooling everybody with this "computer problem" bullshit.
You have over used that one now!
That's why I call it TEKILLYA.
I admit, you caught me.
I faked the whole Blaster worm to take a day off.
My fake was so good, Microsoft Corp. has added network capacity
and cut the link to
a Web site that has been targeted for attack by the Blaster worm, the company said on Friday.
John Kerry quote sourced
"They told stories that, at times, they had
personally raped, cut off ears, cut off heads, taped wires from
portable telephones to human genitals and turned up the power, cut off limbs, blown up bodies, randomly
shot at civilians, razed villages in fashion reminiscent of Ghengis Khan, shot cattle and dogs for fun, poisoned
food stocks, and generally ravaged the countryside of South Vietnam,in addition to the normal ravage of war
and the normal and very particular ravaging which is done by the applied bombing power of this country."
Thanks to RJ
Life & death poker
Yeah, I've been on this poker jag for a while, but I submit life
a poker game.
You either learn to play poker or you resign yourself to losing every hand.
Let's talk about my good friend Mark Geragos.
He's gone "all in" on Scott Peterson, and the nation wonders why - at least I do.
He seems to have a really bad hand, he's got a 2-7 non-suited, but he's still "all in."
Geragos has put his credibility chips into the pot in this life
and death game.
America sees Peterson at best, as some remorseless oaf who sold his dead wife's car to buy a pickup.
That's about the worst hand a lawyer can possibly have, and he has bet it all - his reputation and
Scott's Peterson's life, that he sees something that nobody else is seeing.
/does a shot
I'm so old, I remember the night when Don Shula "invented" the
safety in pro football.
It was a MNF game, decades ago, with Dandy Don, Frank the Adulterer and the one and only Howard Cosell.
Miami was ahead by seven with a minute to go. (I'm making the details up, but, like Jesus, I tell parables.)
The way I remember it, Shula's Dolphins were at midfield, time
running out, and they were cornered.
Shula took a game delay penalty or two, pushing the line of scrimmage back ten yards each time.
Cosell and the others kept saying,
"What the hell's gotten into Shula? Is he going crazy right before our eyes?
I thought Don Shula knew what he was doing. Has he lost his mind?"
That's what they're saying about Geragos right now.
When Miami finally snapped the ball, the "punter" ran backwards,
towards his own goal line.
He allowed himself be to tackled in the end zone, which meant the other team got two points, no problemo,
and the Dolphins kicked off to the other team who was then backed up inside their own ten yard line.
Cosell kept moaning - "Don Shula is a genius - he outsmarted all of us!"
These days, every coach in that position regularly plays the Shula safety card.
Is that what Mark Geragos is doing? Is he taking us all
I'll bet Geragos is "pulling a Don Shula," but what secret does he have?
Football's around the corner, the pennant races are heating up,
Mr. Perfect tries to fight off the BartCop Hex, and Ted Williams' head
is in a lobster pot. It's beginning to feel like fall...
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"Look: Bill O'Reilly, with all his numerous
faults is a Good Thing. Al Franken is a hysterical,
delusional, ...dork. OK? BUT this lawsuit Fox has launched against Franken's publisher
(apparently at O'Reilly's instigation) stinks, and should be laughed out of court, and then
laughed at some more in the public forum."
--John Derbyshire, Fox Lawsuit
Potty mouth Mr. Perfect curses thru first round
All day long, Tiger Woo was missing fairways with his tee shots and now he couldn't hit the
green with a wedge in his hands. Woo tossed the club at his bag, cursing loudly all the way.
The frustrations of a year's worth of mangled majors seemed ready to erupt all at once..
On the next hole, he slammed his 3-wood
into the ground in anger after hitting it into the
gnarly Oak Hill rough one more time.
Hex on thee! Hex on thee! Hex on thee!
By the time his drive wound up buried in
ankle deep rough on his final hole, Woo had had enough.
He stood over the ball, cursing again. For good measure, he finished the round by missing a 2-footer
for a 4-over 74 that left Woo eight shots behind after one round and positively fuming.
What a terrible role model Mr. Potty Mouth
Dozens of little kids dressed up like Tigers to watch him play...
...and he turns into Andrew Dice Clay on
* As of Sunday morning, "the greatest golfer in history" is 43rd.
...while soldiers are dying
where is the unelected appointee?
He went home to be on vacation - AGAIN,
The BFEE is making billions off this FAKE WAR.
Subject: Power Outage
Bush could immediately claim that he was
certain the outtage wasn't the work of terrorists,
for the same reason he positively stated after Florida was called for Gore, "Just wait, you'll see."
The dry drunk dysfunctional crazy making bum is behind this.
Throw a few switches. Create a lot of distractions
and anxiety. Raise fears. Pretend to be
the unflappable hero. Get the ball rolling on enriching more of his energy sector friends.
Place your bets ladies and gentlemen. How long til a Haliburton-Enron sweetheart bid to
refurbish the Grid is announced? Greg Palast said that the Niagra electrical group is a
bunch of mobsters...smirkies kind of folks.
If a goat started dancing in Screwurcousinfalls,
W. VA and there's money or PR spin to
be gained from it. Bush is behind it. Junior...I'm begging you...eat the pretzels.
Suzanne, you thought of it before me - thanks.
by John Dean
Former ambassador Wilson is famous, lately, for telling the truth about the Bush Administration's bogus claim
that Niger uranium had gone to Saddam. And Bush is punishing Wilson by targeting his wife. It is also sending
a message to others who might dare to defy it, and reveal the truth.
No doubt the CIA, and Mrs. Wilson, have
many years, and much effort, invested in her career and skills.
Her future, if not her safety, are now in jeopardy.
After reading Novak's column, The Nation's
Washington Editor, David Corn, asked, "Did senior Bush officials
blow the cover of a US intelligence officer working covertly in a field of vital importance to national security
--and break the law--in order to strike at a Bush administration critic and intimidate others?"
The answer is plainly yes. Now the question is, will they get away with it?
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Subject: Energy crunch
Let's see who gets the mutli-billion dollar contract, subsidies, and tax exemptions to build a new power grid.
Lets see if Halliburton, Bechtel, Kellogg
Brown & Root, Fluor Corporation, Carlyle Group, Vinnell Corporation,
or even Enron get the contracts. Of course they will now be totally exempt from any taxes, any health and safety
regulations, any environmental regulations, any accounting regulations, any accountability.
Look for a huge massive subsidy to one of
Bushs cronies to rebuild the power supply.
Don't even pretend to be surprised when it happens, because it is going to happen.
Bush has been manufacturing consent. The
American news media has been lying to the public.
This is just another crisis that Bushs big business cronies will profit from.
American soldier body count in Iraq
It now stands at
The Pentagon released new figures, reflecting the wounded who have since died.
Total deaths since the Bloodthirsty Bully said, "Bring 'em On": 63+
Perhaps 1,100 wounded.
How much more are we willing to tolerate?
Note: Believe this figure. The site is back up.
It's from http://lunaville.org/warcasualties/Summary.aspx
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Subject: Mention in Hartford Advocate
You were quoted in the Hartford Advocate "Dean's List" article by Alan Bisbort!!
> ...nobody likes a bully -- which is what
Bush and his backers are. But quivering cowards --
> what Bartcop.com calls "pink tutu Democrat[s]" -- are even less appealing.
great job! make the pie higher...
Bill, thanks for sending that.
Alan Bisbort is a good friend.
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