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"The president goes around the country speaking
The only Spanish he speaks when it comes to jobs is hasta la vista.''
-- John Edwards - he shoots, he scores - in Albuquerque
The planned request -- double what Congress expected -- reflects the deepening cost
of the five-month-old U.S. occupation and serves as an acknowledgement by Bush that
they vastly underestimated the price tag of restoring order in Iraq and rebuilding it.
What's wrong with the Democrats?
They should solve this problem before it starts.
When Bush asked for his first chunk o' cash, the Democrats should've said,
"Are you sure this is all you're going to need?"
You build the trap up-front, you don't wait for it to build itself.
(All Democrats need 9-ball and poker training.)
Then when he comes back for double, you're in a position to make him admit he either
lied about the costs of war or he had no idea what he was doing and you make him pay.
The gelding Dems are going to say, "Sure, Mr President. Is $70M enough? Would $90M be better?"
You watch - they're not even smart enough to say, "...and
that's all for 2003?" this time.
Bush will be back in October needing $100B more, and the Dems will cave in AGAIN!
I need a drink...
“My contemporaries, our feelings and sensitivities
were forged on the battlefields of Vietnam,
where we heard the garbage and the lies, and we saw the sacrifice. I ask you, is it happening again?”
-- retired Gen. Anthony Zinni, former head of Centcom, special envoy of Pinhead to the Middle East, Attribution
Chirac and Schroeder demanded that Bush give the UN more influence in Iraq.
Their stance threatened to reopen a rift over their ardent opposition to the Iraq war.
Let's get one thing straight:
Bush is going to them, asking for help to get out of the crisis he needlessly created.
Hex on thee!
Hex on thee!
Hex on thee!
Let's see how well you do with the BartCop Hex on your lying ass...
"This president ...is a miserable failure,''
-- Dick Gephardt - twice last night, blaming Bush for the loss of American lives,
not mentioning that he voted with Bush on the war.
Subject: afraid to really debate about israel?
Bart, you may be interested in executive
order 13315, which Bush signed on 8/28/03,
and was published in the Federal Register on 9/3/03. You can read it at: Attribution
It expands upon executive order 13303, and
appears to be an asset grab under the guise of
funding the Iraqi reconstruction, placing Iraq's state assets under control of the U.S. Treasury.
In effect, the official looting of Iraq. Very convenient for a government which seeks to hand over
control of Iraq to UN peacekeepers. This executive order has had zero media coverage as of today.
Mark, right now, I'm pretty proud of myself - let me explain.
When I read the e-mail, I have to fly thru it like The Flash with an incontinence problem.
My eye caught your paragraph, the headline and like magic, my eyes flew to the phrase in
this document that allows the B.F.E.E. to legally steal everything in Iraq.
Of course, reading at regular speeds, you might catch it too.
Check out this key phrase that lets the B.F.E.E. strip the entire country competely bare.
This is what the Monkey secretly ordered:
(I'm so old, I remember where America wasn't run by "secret orders.")
I find that the removal of Iraqi
property from that country ...and that it is in the interest of the United
to confiscate certain additional property of the former Iraqi regime, ...I intend that such property, shall be
transferred to the Development Fund for Iraq. Such property shall be used to meet the humanitarian needs
of the Iraqi people, (Haliburton Prisons) for the economic reconstruction and repair of Iraq's infrastructure,
(Bechtel) for the continued disarmament of Iraq, (Carlyle Group) for the costs of Iraqi civilian administration,
(Exxon-Mobil) and for other purposes benefiting the Iraqi people.(Pepsi)
Koresh, when I was 17, I managed a rock band in Little Rock.
The Bart-written language written into
each band contract that we had with places like The Riverside Moose Lodge had more specifics than that.
All this means is that Bush has declared all Iraqi assets property of the B.F.E.E. - and it's all legal.
"I, Emporer George I, hereby declare Iraq's
assets will be put into an account and distributed back
to them in a manner deemed fair by Haliburton, Bechtel, Carlyle, Exxon-Mobile and Pepsi."
Click on that link and read the official order.
They just stole hundreds of billions of dollars - legally - am I right?
I know you're tired of reading this, but
where is the press?
are the Democrats?
Why doesn't somebody do something?
Subject: Jesus, the GI and gynecology
Bart, you wrote:
> Compare the sacrifice of Jesus to a soldier
in Vietnam who threw himself on a grenade to save his platoon.
> That soldier made the ultimate sacrifice, without the Prince-for-Eternity guarantee.
> It's quite a bit easier to "give your life" for someone else (if you're coming back in 3 days)."
If Jesus had it easy and the G.I. is a hero, what is a mother who would allow a doctor to kill her baby in her womb ?
Hopefully, she's a pro-choice woman exercising
her Constitutional rights as defined under Roe v Wade.
And what is the baby? (sic)
I'd say the fetus was an unfortunate victim
of a no-good-ending situation.
Is he a hero or did he have it easy like Jesus, or what ?
"Hero" would not be appropriate.
And I'll stipulate that Jesus probably suffered more pain, ...is that where you're going?
And what about the doctor and his aides ?
The doctor and his aides are legally licensed
professionals performing a proceedure on a patient.
Where are we going, because wherever it is I've already been there, so let's speed up the train.
They just killed a guy for no good reason. Or maybe you can explain a good reason for me.
I'm having to do a lot of guess what you
mean, but nither I, nor the mother, (presumably)
not the doctors, nor the Supreme Court thinks the unborn fetus was "a guy who was just killed."
Are you trying to trap me?
If you're anti-abortion rights, why not say that up-front?
To clarify my position, I personally don't
like abortion. Rush says some liberals like abortion and they
"do a dance" whenever an abortion is performed, but he's just a lying (and racist) sack of shit.
I see abortion rights as slightly more important than the rights of the fetus. That's a freedom
that is often abused, like liquor, like cars and guns, but I see all four as necessary.
"How dare they", some might say. I hesitate to
say you're hypocritical or have a double-standard,
but if you can't explain this apparent dichotomy rationally, then I will have to.
O-K, let's have it, big-talker.
Maybe it's because I'm completely sober, but I just don't understand.
If you're pro-life, that means we disagree, but most people do NOT want a total ban on abortion.
It's possible I've missed your entire drift - if so, it was unintentional.
Who carried out the Sept. 11 terror attacks on the United States?
People in the pay of Saudi Arabia, trained and maintained by the secret services of Pakistan.
What did George W. Bush do to punish these
accomplices to mass murder on American soil?
Instead he killed more than 30,000 innocent people -- in Iraq.
BBC dramatizing the life of Stephen Hawking
Johnny Depp recants
News & Documentary Emmys handed out
Realtiy TV's prime-time awards show
Aaliyah's Mom visited 'psychic' John Edwards
RIAA to offer 'amnesty'
Raquel Welch broke her arm
Faux 'news' gained in viewship
And, Harry Potter's train was tagged
House let bin Laden family flee U.S.
by Smoking Joe Conason as seen on Salon.com
Americans who want to understand an important aspect of what has gone wrong with the Bush "war on terrorism"
must read Craig Unger's stunning investigative story in the October issue of Vanity Fair. He provides a definitive
account of how members of the bin Laden family and relatives of the House of Saud were spirited out of the country
on private aircraft during the days following the Sept. 11 attacks -- when almost all aviation was prohibited.
Boarding a series of flights that crisscrossed
the country, from Florida to Kentucky to Los Angeles, Washington and
Boston, they were permitted to leave on orders from the "highest level" of the United States government -- without
any real interrogation or investigation by the FBI. As Unger points out, at least two bin Laden male kinsmen had been
probed for connections with the U.S. branch of the World Association of Muslim Youth, a suspected terrorist front group.
Why were individuals connected with the
prime suspect in the worst crime in American history allowed to leave the
country so abruptly? Unger examines the role of Prince Bandar bin Sultan, the suave Saudi ambassador and longtime
crony of the Bush family, who apparently used his influence to win the release of as many as 140 of his compatriots,
including the bin Ladens.
Suddenly, people are talking about this.
Why did the mainstream press ignore this when Michael Moore told Jon Stewart a year ago?
Good on Joe for highlighting it.
fries with your crow, Mr. President?
After spitting in the face of the world, Bush crawls on his belly before the U.N.
If the world doesn't rush to help him, Bush has only himself to blame.
The Bush administration's humiliating announcement that it wants the U.N. to bail it out officially confers
the title of "debacle" upon the grand Cheney-Rove-Wolfowitz adventure. Not even the world-class chutzpah
of this administration can conceal the fact that by turning to the despised world body, it is eating a heaping
plate of crow. This spectacle may give Bush-bashers from London to Jakarta a happy jolt of schadenfreude,
but it does nothing to help Americans who are stuck with the ugly fallout of the Bush team's ill-conceived,
absurdly overoptimistic attempt to redraw the Middle East.
"No dead soldiers after March, understand?
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Subject: Free speech only for those about to be executed
Here in the great state of Florida, our
Catholic-for-love, abortion-hating governor Jub (rhymes
with Dub), allowed a convicted killer to hold a press conference prior to his execution.
During this highly unusual press conference
(most pre-executed people don't get this perk)
Paul Hill encouraged other anti-choice nut-jobs to go out and kill more abortion providers.
Thanks, Gov, for letting a killer have one last shot at inciting murder.
On the same day that Paul Hill had his press
conference, Sherman Austin started his one year
prison sentence for distributing information with the alleged intent of inciting acts of terrorism.
His website had some info on the construction of incendiary devices--information readily
available on a lot of other sites--and the gummint decided to go after some poor, non-white kid.
For giving out information. I guess Sherm will have to wait until he's on death row before
he's allowed to exercise his right to free speech.
Where your vote doesn't count.
He let this killer hold a press conference?
If I was Jeb, I would assume he wanted a platform on which he could be murdered on live TV
by a friend with a scope to make a memorable statement about violence, yak, yak, yak.
What the hell was the upside of that, knowing what he was likely to say?
Could Jeb be more stupid that George?
Looks like Mick can do anything with silver.
faces at American base as...
Korean crooks' booze tunnel comes to light
Two Korean men dug a tunnel into a base
warehouse and stole some booze.
The thieves ferried stolen alcohol through the tunnel for two years before their arrest this week.
How much did they steal?
58,000 crates of beer and 4,000 boxes of
That's not 5,800 cases of beer - that's 58,000 crates of cases of beer.
Uh, ...since we're about to go to war with
nuclear North Korea,
could we tighten up security a little at the nearby American bases?
I hope they're not selling duty-free, C4 explosives at the BX
Subject: Jerry Buss betting
How many filthy rich professional gamblers, who made their money gambling, do you know?
Hmmm, this is a question I was not expecting.
I'm going to have to get back to you on that number.
People like Jerry Buss make real money and
keep it by betting only on hands that they know are good.
In short, they aren't gamblers, they only take calculated risks. If I had a chance to join a Buss investment
or a Flack investment, I'd only join the Buss team. Let me put it another way: some years your local Spurs
or Rockets are contenders or champions. The Lakers are contenders every year that they aren't champions.
Dan, yes, that's why I brought it up.
How could a man that successful be so incredibly bad at taking small poker risks?
Bush is like, ...really stupid, heh heh,
He's like, ..so stupid, heh heh,
more stupid than my bunghole, ...heh heh
"The swagger of a president who says 'bring
does not bring our troops peace or safety.''
-- John Kerry, last night at the debates
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I can't believe those Talibamians are still
out in the street and losing sleep over that hunk of rock.
Why don't these people just put their monument in a church (where it belongs) and they can rub it all they want?
Duss, I just thought of a compromise that will make everyone happy!!!
Ok, now stay with me on this...
I know some people in New York and they know a printer who can
print things. It's my understanding
that the Ten Commandments need not be in granite form to be effective, so these printers in New York
have agreed to print up little, tiny, portable Ten Commandments in slim-paper form that can slip into a
purse or wallet so you can carry the Ten Commandments right with you - anywhere you go!
We could make a lot of money...
We sell these little, almost paper-thin "cards," ...if you will,
...with the Commandments right on them,
which solves that whole Ten Commandments problem in Alabama ...and now we can all move on.
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Big NFL Kickoff
Good Charlotte started off with a hopping, Green Day-type song.
Whatever happened to Green Day? Funny when they just fall off.
Mary J Blige was next, not my style, but she's certainly a good performer.
Next was Little Miss Nasty, former top-of-all show business, Britney.
She had her crew pull her pants off, mid-song.
I'm so old, it was just embarrassing.
Mrs Bart noted that Britney was the youngest performer, and the
only one not singing.
Mary J. Blige sang good and she sang hard.
Steven Tyler not only sang good and hard, but he hit those high notes, too.
But Britney's lungs can't support that much air, so she cheats by lip-synching?
Aerosmith zipped thru three classics, Walk This Way, Saddle and Dream On...and no sign of Justin.
Then Aretha tore up the National Anthem - damn!
I think she's the current champ.
Subject: My new radio show
I now have my own radio show here in Hawaii
and can be listened to Mondays
from 12pm-2pm Hawaii time (3pm-5pm PST, 4pm-6pm mountain, 5pm-7pm CST,
and 7pm-9pm in the East) and you can find it here:
The show is is titled "Get Your Rock
Off With Houston".
I will be playing all my favorite rock music from surf beat and rockabily like King of Hawaii and
The Reverend Horton Heat to symphonic metal like Soundgarden and Screaming Trees and everything
in between. Including the best classic rock, blues, Grunge and of course The Dandy Warhols.
Please tune in,
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Feedback: Re: My own rock show
Bart, what's the point in listening to a
radio station if
you can't make fun of 'Hot Blooded?' or 'Feels Like the First Time?'
Eric A S
Norman is the home of the University of Oklahoma, where David Boren is president. Zacarias Moussaoui
arrived in Norman in February 2001 a flight student, housed in OU dormitories. He remained in Norman for
most of the summer. In August, OU engineering student Hussein Al-Attas drove him to Minneapolis, where
he enrolled in another flight school. Moussaoui was attempting to recruit Al-Attas to the jihad in Chechnya. 6
According to the LA Weekly before his trip
to Minneapolis, Moussaoui had a meeting with Mohammad Atta,
ringleader of the 9/11 plot, in an Oklahoma City motel. Also present was a man who appeared to be Marwin
Al-Shehhi, who helped crash a jetliner into the south tower of the WTC.
Did CIA agent Edger, whose responsibility
was surveillance over the Hamburg cell of which Atta was a member,
know about this meeting? The FBI knew about it but apparently did not treat it as significant. The meeting was
confirmed on the O'Reilly show by Larry Johnson, former Deputy Director of the State Department's Office
of Counter Terrorism (May 11, 2002).
If the Democrats weren't so afraid, they could use public opinion
to force hearings.
What hold does Karl Rove have on almost every elected Democrat?
Subject: Skull & Bones non-story
...that's a C or D list item to me - virtually
irrelevant compared to what's at stake.
It comes back to sentence one - do you want to win or bitch for four more years?
Bill in KC
The universe has more than two options.
IF my choices were a branded Kerry or Branded Bush, I'd prefer Branded Kerry.
I'm just saying it would be nice if the next president didn't come pre-owned.
Subject: Your Views on Israel not "targeting"...
Bart, while I'm an avid reader of your site,
I disagree on your views regarding the Israelis'
supposed "non-targeting" of Palestinian civilians or children. There have been MANY instances
that contradict your point of view... they just never get covered in American news media.
I thought that you, for one, would realize this...
Trust me when I say that the Israeli Army's
lack of care or respect for ANY Palestinian life (be it man,
woman, or child) is well documented, and providing links to stories that documents the countless incidents
will take far too much time that I can spare. I have been immersed in neutral international news sources for
much of my life that support the occurances of such events on a regular (almost definitely daily) basis...
Zyad, the problem I'm having on this subject is when I suggest
Israel doesn't target children,
people write and say, "But kids died - want to see the bloody pictures?"
That misses the reason why target is bold and underlined.
Car wrecks don't target children, yet children die in them, but that's not proof
that cars target children - why can't I get people to realize their bridge doesn't connect?
The hate on both sides clouds out the ability to make sense.
That's why, as a "godless" observer, I was just trying to make a point.
In my opinion, there's no doubt the Palestinians target children,
(as in a busload of kids)
and the anti-Israelists want so badly for that to be true on both sides, but is it?
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Subject: America grovels before UN
Now that the Bush administration is groveling
before the United Nations begging them
to take over in Iraq for his messed up war, (Still no weapons of mass distruction - Still no Saddam)
makes we wonder if we are going to rename "Freedom Fries" back to "French Fries".
As it turns out - they were right and we
Maybe Bush's rich friends should give back that upper class tax break to pay for this war.
American soldier body count in Iraq
It now stands at
304 counting the injured
who have since died.
Soon, we'll be at 400.
How long before we hit 600? Or 1000?
The Pentagon released new figures, reflecting the wounded who have since died.
Total deaths since the frog-blaster said, "Bring 'em On": 83+
Perhaps 1,200 wounded - missing arms, legs and eyes.
How much more are we willing to tolerate?
It's from http://lunaville.org/warcasualties/Summary.aspx
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