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"People ask me about Ann Coulter constantly
and cannot understand how two people who
don't agree on everything can be friends. There are very few people speaking out who are
not afraid to get booed and we share that. Ann Coulter is not afraid to say something that
will make people boo, and we need more of that..."
Bill Maher, who usually gets it right.
Hey Bill, your good friend Coulter
has advocated the murder of liberals many times.
You can say that's being brave, but that's just horseshit. I think you're getting some kind of pervers
mileage out of calling that slut your friend. Why else would you applaud someone who wishes McVeigh
had taken out the NYWTimes and wished that Kerry and Gore had been victims of "friendly fire?"
You got this one wrong, Bill, and it makes you look cowardly.
The Saudi government challenged the Bush administration Tuesday to prove its claims that Saudi
citizens have traveled to Iraq (news - web sites) to fight American troops, and said U.S. forces
have failed to secure their side of the border. We are very concerned about this issue because
we would like to take action," Saudi foreign policy adviser Adel al-Jubeir said in an interview
with The Associated Press. "But we have no evidence of Saudis crossing into Iraq and we
have received no evidence from the U.S. government."
Isn't it awful when lovers quarrel?
"I do not mean that we will need to maintain
a military presence in Iraq, as was
the case in Europe. When Americans begin a noble cause, we finish it. We are
117 days from the end of major combat operations in Iraq. That is not very long."
--Condoleeza Rice, living in the big house with Massa Bush.
Condi, since when is killing a small country and stealing their assets "a noble cause?"
And as far as 117 days being "not very long," tell it to the families of the 297 dead.
"Bring 'em on," the man said. He is not a brave man, but he plays one on television.
When it came his turn to fight in a war, he hid behind Daddy.
Then he had another drink and hid from the National Guard. Then he had another drink.
When our nation was attacked on Sept. 11,
he hid in an airplane, flying to and fro around the country.
While our nation was crying for leadership, he was making sure the coast was clear.
He later had his minions blame the Secret Service.
"Bring 'em on," the man said, puffing up his chest.
And they did bring 'em on,
one bomb at a time, one rocket-propelled grenade at a time, one rifle shot at a time.
And the planes fly into Dover Air Force Base in Delaware (sometimes sneaking in at midnight),
where we have the people and the equipment to make dead young people look almost like they are sleeping.
Hex on thee!
Hex on thee!
Hex on thee!
Let's see how well you do with the BartCop Hex on your lying ass...
Seven Dead in Chicago Warehouse Shooting
Bush blamed, ruined economy, jobs gone, hope lost
A gunman on the verge of losing his job opened fire at an auto parts warehouse today,
killing two people and wounding four, officials said. The attacker also was killed.
Bush gave Ford 5 billion of our dollars - they hired nobody.
Bush gave GE 5 billion of our dollars - they hired nobody.
Bush gave Gates 7 billion of our dollars - they hire only temps.
Millions of families are being destroyed
because of the Greedy bastard who stole power.
Think of the trouble Bush would be in if America had a free press or an opposition party...
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"American soldiers understandably do not like
to get out of their armored personnel
carriers and Humvees. Instead they drive around until they become targets. Then, hot,
young, homesick and angry, they sometimes overreact, kick in doors, humiliate the men,
offend the women and alienate the very people who are supposed to be providing
intelligence about terrorists and Baathist holdouts."
--Evan Thomas, Groping in the Dark
...the sitting vice president held meetings about government policy with a cabal of private industry
representatives (including the criminals at Enron) and has refused to divulge what was discussed.
On top of that, when an investigation was conducted Vice President Cheney used the power of
his office to impede the investigation.
Sounds like a high crime to me.
"Since 9-11, we are above the law - or Osama wins."
Enter Dubya's Critical Infrastructure Protection Board (CIPB), which the unelected one created with a
flourish of his pen (another executive order, a most popular way to rule vassals). The men and women
around Bush want to require internet service providers, ISPs, to build a centralized network capable of
monitoring where you go, what you look at and read, what you write in your email -- and all in real-time.
Of course, they don't say this. What they
say is they want to protect you against viruses and terrorist attacks.
They want to shield you from Osama and Saddam, who are everywhere, ready to attack, even on the internet
(Osama's cave in Tora Bora, don't you know, bristled with computers and crack virus software programmers).
Are the Democrats going to let this happen, too?
Wins the World Series of Poker
This happened in June, but it wasn't on TV until last night.
In his first "live" poker tournament, Chris Moneymaker beat a handful of former World Series of Poker champs.
The tournament began Monday with a record-breaking 839 players. A surge in online gambling and a rise in the
game's popularity drew dozens of unknowns and a 33 percent increase in attendance over 2002.
Players and experts said Moneymaker's win
will revolutionize poker, solidifying the merger of the Internet and
big-name casinos and boosting the game's popularity. "This is the sonic boom of poker," said Nolan Dalla,
media director for the World Series of Poker. "This means anyone in their home can become a poker player."
He wore his cap 'normal' until they
dealt the very last hand at Binions.
It was a damn exciting finish.
Sometimes he bet crazy, yet he still won.
This kid beat the best poker players from all around the world.
He got in on $40, and just kept winning.
VCR Alert - Tonight - the World Poker Tour
You should learn by watching the pros, especially if you expect
to be in a Hold 'em tourney some day. (cough)
It's mostly like regular poker, but the betting is from a whole other world.
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"It's time to return Al Franken to the obscurity
that he's normally accustomed to..."
-- Fox News spokeswoman Irena Steffen
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Subject: Arianna: another Nader
I know that you support many of Arianna's ideas, as do I. However, she has crossed the line.
She is now stating that she will vote yes on the California recall.
THIS IS COMPLETELY UNACCEPTABLE, and I hope you will denounce her on your page.
Anyone who supports this Karl Rove strategy
to carry California in 2004 is the enemy, plain and simple.
We Democrats must hold on to California!
From her website: "Personally, Arianna plans to vote 'yes' on the recall." Attribution
I agree with Karen.
I cannot support a candidate out to reverse a legal election.
Arianna, you should have asked my advice before dumping democracy.
I would've advised you to stick with it.
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Bush action figure in bed with Osama and Saddam
From the way Bush is cupping his fingers,
he appears ready to give his buddies a helping hand.
"As an independent, I say we should. . . .
-- Lying Liar Bill ORielly (R-Whore) telling a lie last night in the Lying Spin Zone
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It seems that the number of people critizing you lately has increased.
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Set to Move Commandments Monument
Alabama begins to obey the court's ruling
A moving company began preparations Wednesday morning to move the Ten Commandments
monument from the rotunda of the Alabama Judicial Building to comply with a federal court order
to remove it from public display.
It's been a long, long time since I heard this many lies at one
I was watching FOX Whore News, and they milked this non-issue to death.
They kept repeating clips from the protestors.
"They've taken God away from us, and now we
"They have outlawed the mentioning of God's name."
"I have a right to view the Ten Commandments."
"I just want to be able to see the Commandments."
Living down to their lack of "journalism standards," as if those
still existed, the FOX whores kept asking,
"What's wrong with 'Thou Shalt Not Kill?' " as though all the sane people were pro-murder.
Why are these protestors lying to themselves?
They know nobody is stopping them from praying - why would they lie?
They know nobody took God away from them - why would they lie?
And if the Commandments are so precious to them, why don't they own a copy?
Why do they ask, in this case, the state to deliver their God to them?
How many days before that crazy Judge Roy Moore declares his candidacy for governor?
Update: Tulsa whore radio (the Rush station KRMG) started their 1 PM news report this way:
"The Ten Commandments are
and nobody knows where they went."
What irresponsible whoring we get from the sons of bitches who
use our public airwaves.
That monument to Judge Roy Moore's "greatness" is still in the building - everybody knows that,
but the media and the self-serving religious charlatains can't stop themselves from lying about it.
That has to be a sin right there, teasing the extremely stupid
who think the "Clinton liberals"
have just done away with the Ten Commandments and now they are no longer in existence.
You ever wonder...
Back when we were fighting in Afghanistan,
and we had Osama and the rest of
the Taliban cornered in Tora Bora, General "It's My Plan" Tommy Franks withheld
American troops and instead let Afghanistan troops "root out" the terrorists.
I remember reading an article in the Guardian about how angry the Delta Force,
the SAS, and even the 101st Airborne were at being held back, while Osama
was obviously getting away.
Now we all know that Osama did get away to Pakistan.
At the time, I thought, well, it's stupid
to go fight if we're not willing to fight.
You know, if it's worth fighting for, then let's fight. If it's not worth dying for, then we shouldn't be there!
But I also thought, "Hey, the Pentagon has
come a long way since the days of using American troops
as bait to bring on major combat(you know, Korea and Viet Nam)". It seemed kind of nice that the
Pentagon and the White House had an honest concern for American soldiers.
A couple of years down the road, and we
know what we know, and now all I can think is that
Tommy Franks went out of his way to avoid casualties in order to preserve the war against Iraq.
After all, if we had fought a bloody but successful battle at Tora Bora, we might have gotten Osama,
but we might not have the stomach for a bigger battle in Iraq.
I guess what I'm saying is, it seems like
the Bush administration went out of it's way to fight a quick
and clean and painless battle in Afghanistan, not to get Osama or the Taliban, but to make sure the
American people would not be opposed to fighting another war in Iraq.
And, in that way, Bush basically let Osama go, in order to get the bigger prize, Iraq.
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British intelligence chiefs, under pressure from Downing Street, made a desperate plea
to their agencies to search for something fresh to put into the government's dossier on
Iraq's weapons of mass destruction, it was revealed yesterday.
Blair lied, men died, Blair must go.
Bush lied, men died, Bush must go.
Showtime Bush gets mega-phony
Bush's startled response, documented on video for all eternity and seen by millions, is restaged
in the movie: As Chief of Staff Andrew Card appears beside Bush and whispers in his ear, the
president responds with visible shock and panic (the real Bush was more expressive than Bottoms).
Missing from DC 9/11 is the president's next move—picking up a children's book called The Pet Goat.
Karl Rove had released his script: "I'm
not going to let some tinhorn terrorist keep the president of the
United States away from the nation's capital," Bush had supposedly complained, a line further improved
in DC 9/11 as "If some tinhorn terrorist wants me, tell him to come and get me! I'll be at home, waiting
for the bastard!" Simultaneously, the real Rice was detailing Bush's instant grasp of the situation,
explaining that he was the first in his administration to understand the meaning of the events.
Jesus, this film is going to make PT109 look like a hatchet job.
A question for you military guys:
What do you calla guy who hangs around the VFW bragging about his heroics in Vietnam
but when you ask him a few questions, it's obvious the bastard never left the states?
Isn't that what we have here?
George W Bush, the war hero who let the enemy get away?
George W Bush, who drank, snorted and screwed his way to deserting his duty?
George W Bush, the war hero who captured bin Laden and Saddam by ignoring them?
the optimists are losing heart
as Iraq goes from bad to worse
Nearly two months later, I have returned to Iraq and so much has changed. A wave
of fury and despair among Iraqis has drowned out the few voices that filled me with hope.
Those of my Iraqi friends who clung resolutely to their optimistic dreams are finally losing heart.
They shrug their shoulders and begin to list the unrelenting failures of the new Iraq.
It is not that the power supply has still
not improved. It has worsened. Four months after
television screens across the world showed the victorious toppling of Saddam's statue in
Firdous Square, power cuts are more frequent, not less. In many Baghdad homes the water
that flows from the taps is brackish and undrinkable. Water treatment plants, short of
electricity and poisoned by their own rusting pipes, are failing.
How could a country, the Iraqis ask, that
spent $9 billion a month fighting the war against
Saddam not restore the power supply to a city within four months?
Subject: Scott Peterson
Like you and Bill Clinton, I've been married
to the same woman all my life
and I can't figure out how Scott got away with it.
Are women in Northern California less concerned
with marital status than
the women I meet? Did Laci buy a wedding ring for Scott that was too large?
I mean, mine is so tight I don't think I
could get it off without KY and even if
I did there would be a tell-tale mark that would stand out like a botched circumcision.
I've been to NoCal and most of the women
I've met there seem pretty smart.
Are Scott's ladies particularly dumb?
What kind of man has a knocked up wife that
he's running around on?
I mean, other than Arnold Schwartzenegger?
Advice to women: when you buy a wedding ring, buy it a size too small.
"She thought Bush was a liar," Baron's daughter, Maureen Bettilyon, said.
"I think his personality, just standing there with that smirk on his face,
and acting like he's this holy Christian, that's what really got her."
Israel doesn't target Palestinian children?
This at is a semantic splitting of hairs.
Of course Israel targets children.
Is not bulldozing their houses, killing their families, and imprisoning them behind walls targeting them?
Wait, are you saying these are surprise bulldozings at night when
they know a family is inside?
Or do they pull up at noon with bulldozer volume and say, "Everybody out," and then proceed?
Or is it just "collateral damage".
What is the difference if the end result is the same?
At the very least it's the difference between falling asleep behind
the wheel and seeing
some guy you don't like and running him down on the sidewalk. Those suicide dudes know
exactly who they're blowing up, and the last one got on a bus filled with kids.
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"We can't duck this fight. It's against us;
it's a fight against the West."
-- Paul Bremer, Cheney's personal tool in Iraq
Hey Paul, Iraq wasn't going to attack us.
This was always about Bush stealing their oil.
Why do you think Cheney had Iraqi oil field maps in early 2001,
and was secretly showing therm to oil companies in the White House?
Subject: BFEE mentioned on Fox News
as a regular reader of your site, i thought
you'd like to know that today (a bit over midnight Swedish time
- don't know what time that is in Okla., never been there), Fox news had a guy from National Review
discussing the anti-Bush web sites.
a few were mentioned by name - takebackthemedia.com,
counterpunch.com and a few others.
bartcop (too bad, man) was not cited, but there was a reference to the BFEE !
(where do you suppose they got that from?)
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Why is an 18 year old Jew who is a part of the IDF, which is common,
in Gaza or the West Bank any less a kid than an 18-year-old Palestinian?
Do you really mean to say there's no difference between putting
on your country's uniform
and strapping dynamite to your body and then go looking for a busload of kids to blow up?
"What's the difference between a nigger and a snow tire?
...the snow tire doesn't sing
when you put chains on it."
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"1. What did the president know?
2. If not, why didn't he know it?
3. If the president did not understand his intelligence-briefings,
why didn't he ask to have them explained to him?
4. Did he know that he didn't understand them?"
-- Al Franken to Terry Holt regarding our faulty intelligence in Iraq on Tuesday's Crossfire
Thanks to David Perkins
...Fox slants the news "for Bush as faithfully as if they were on the White House payroll. Fox serves
-- voluntarily -- as the propaganda arm of a controversial, manipulative, image-obsessed government.
I swear I hate to stoop to Nazi analogies; but if Joseph Goebbels had run his own cable channel,
it would have been indistinguishable from Fox News."
“I feel like I’ve died and gone to hell...
On my good days, I feel like maybe we’re
at least doing something worthwhile for these people. There aren’t many good days.
On my bad days, I feel like getting my machine gun and opening up on every one of them.”
--Lori, an unhappy 21-year-old US private in Baghdad Attribution
This is another My Lai waiting to happen
all over again.
Except this time, it'll be tougher for Colin Powell to cover up
because the massacre may well be televised.
Open letter to the Texas GOP
Yep, it's always a mistake to mention Israel and the Palestinians.
In yesterday's (BC 1145) you wrote:
> Todd, I agree with that, but as far as I know, Israel doesn't target children.
ummm... that would be like saying "george
w. bush didn't mean
to target Iraqi children when he pushed for the invasion of Iraq"
LJ, that is such a good point!
That's why Israel doesn't use the 20,000
pound bombs in the West Bank and Gaza!
If I'm not mistaken, Israel kills with tanks and helicopter rockets and all kinds of guns but they
don't go 3 miles into the air and drop the mother-of-all-bombs on Palestinian cities and towns.
...which just proves they're less ruthless than Bush, which isn't saying much.
We are in the heat of the baseball pennant
races and we're not sure,
but Dusty Baker has seemingly lost his mind.
There are more football previews than you can shake a stick at.
It's so involved that we INVENTED stats in the BartCopSports labs.
There's a world championships going on in track and the
American hopefuls won't take the challenge lying down.
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Subject: I love you Bill O'Rielly
Especially when you hide from scary liberals like Joe Conason.
My Mom used to love watching your show but
now she thinks
you're nothing more than a Bulldyke in drag.
I told her that no, you're not a Bulldyke... because,
...bulldykes have balls.
"I can dish it out, sort of,
but then I run like a puta."
I think everyone should right to that coward O'Reilly
and ask why he's afraid of a well-mannered gentleman like Joe Conason
If Bush steals another term,
won't that guarantee we'll be at war until 2008?
American soldier body count in Iraq
It now stands at
Soon, we'll be at 300.
How long before we hit 400? Or 600?
The Pentagon released new figures, reflecting the wounded who have since died.
Total deaths since "Bring 'em On":76+
Perhaps 1,200 wounded.
How much more are we willing to tolerate?
It's from http://lunaville.org/warcasualties/Summary.aspx
Note: I talked to the Dude over there and he's trying to
get straight answers
from the Pentagon - no, seriously - and he will post the new figures when they come in.
You have two minutes to speak your peace.
saw it on http://home.earthlink.net/~tomreed1/recmd.html
This guy claims to have an IQ of 65, but
he's angry at the way big business and big politics have ruined this country.
He represents the liberal view that used to exist in this country - not the rich, unconnected New Yorkers, but the
common man who wants a fair shake. He updates the site daily, and supposedly holds down a full-time job too.
Perhaps it's that Mexican lighter fluid
called something like "Chinkagayho" which he drinks all the time that
gives him the energy. I don't fully agree with him, but he's fun to watch.
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