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Quote of the Day
"Credibility comes when you say something
You mean like finding WMDs in Iraq?
"Any document that has to do with 9/11 we have
to see it -- anything. There are a lot of theories
about 9/11, and as long as there is any document out there that bears on any of those theories,
we're going to leave questions unanswered. And we cannot leave questions unanswered."
--Thomas Kean, Chairman of the "independent" 9/11 commission, Attribution
Of course you'll leave questions unanswered - or you'll lie about the findings.
Your co-chairman is Lee
(B.F.E.E. Employee) who covered up Iran-Contra for Poppy.
Why the hell do you think he was hired for this job? To steer the commission away from discovering
the Unelected Warmonger's complicity and the massive cover-up that has followed it.
Democrats, led by the accommodating Rep. Lee Hamilton, D-Ind., let the
be run by former Reagan-Bush attorneys. The chief investigator, E. Lawrence Barcella Jr., also was
both the lawyer for the corrupt Bank of Credit and Commerce International (which was implicated in
the October Surprise case) and a law partner of former Sen. Paul Laxalt, R-Nev., who was chairman
of the 1980 Reagan-Bush campaign.
The B.F.E.E. can always count on Lee Hamilton to
steer Bush investigations to dry holes and dead ends.
This bullshit "independent" commission could've filed their final report the day they hired Hamilton.
The government is paying Cheney's Halliburton "enormous sums" -- $2.65 a gallon
-- for gasoline imported into Iraq from Kuwait, two lawmakers charged on Wednesday.
Henry Waxman and John Dingell said this
gross overpayment was made worse by
the fact that they're reselling the gasoline in Iraq for four to 15 cents a gallon.
Waxman added: "We know that someone is getting
rich importing gasoline into Iraq.
What we don't know is who is making the money, Halliburton or the Kuwaitis?"
Henry - get real. The
B.F.E.E. is skimming those billions.
What are you, new? Stop talking about it and DO SOMETHING!
If you'd read bartcop.com you would've known this years ago.
Demand hearings, put the bastards under oath and jail the guilty SOBs.
"The 9/11 commission shouldn't need
a subpoena to get the White House to share data."
--Newsday Editorial, "Open Up" Attribution
Unka Dick, what if they find out?
Subject: Iraq- Are we getting our butt kicked by 'Amateurs'??
These attacks are not organized, or planned even regionally, they are hit and run, ...
"These are nothing but Amateurs." Really?!!
If this is just amateurs, what's going to happen when the friggen Pro's show up to fight?!!!
Attack; Int'l Groups Bolt Baghdad
Bush's loss of control causing mass exodus
Insurgents blasted a freight train west of Baghdad and exploded a bomb near a convoy,
injuring a U.S. soldier, on Thursday as international organizations continued their exodus from Iraq.
The UN said Wednesday it was temporarily
pulling its remaining international staff out of Baghdad,
joining other organizations in withdrawing after Monday's Red Cross bombing. The Red Cross and
Doctors Without Borders said they too were pulling their workers out of Baghdad.The withdrawals
came despite assurances by Bush that the security situation in Iraq was steadily improving.
The world knows he's over his head and lying
about progress being made.
"Bring 'em on! We're not scared!
We ain't leaving, either!"
"Of all the things that shouldn't be partisan,
a full understanding of the Sept. 11 attacks should top the list.
Yet the 9/11 panel has been forced to issue subpoenas last month. Must it really come to this?
Doesn´t everybody have the same goal - to make sure there is never another 9/11 to be investigated?"
--Opinion, The Idaho Statesman, Attribution
How naive can they be in Idaho?
Of course we don't have the same goal.
We want the goddamn truth, but Bush and Hamilton want to "Kissinger" the facts to protect Bush.
spent 500 times more time and money investigating
Clinton's zipper than we have investigating 9-11.
That's how Al Qaeda caught us by surprise - the GOP had all our bloodhounds chasing
I-need-money trailer tramps all the way from Arkansas to f-ing Japan, for Chirst's sake..
Blast CBS' Reagan Miniseries
The truth is bad, Reagan's sainthood should not be challenged
This is the real Reagan, according to his hand-picked biographer.
The angry buzz over "The Reagans" has grown louder and more pointed. "Advertisers will bail on CBS'
Reagan movie," Pat Buchanan predicted Sunday. Two days later, a conservative media watchdog group
(is there any other kind?) announced a boycott call-to-arms. But CBS isn't showing signs of regretting its
excursion into political drama. Based on experience, observers say, it probably doesn't need to.
Reagan's Alzheimer's was evident when he was governor of California.
"The Reagans' appears to be a blatantly unfair
assault on the legacy of one of America's greatest leaders,"
Brent Bozell (R-Tool) wrote in a letter Tuesday to potential sponsors. "Reagan is being portrayed as a hateful,
half-nut homophobe," he said in an interview. "It's not that the historical record is being distorted. It's that the
makers of the movie are deliberately defaming him and lying about him."
He's right - Reagan was a hateful, full-nut
homophobe, and an uncaring simpleton towards AIDS and the poor.
Reagan was the first Nazi president since Nixon, so they decided to canonize him for comparison. He was never
anyhing more than a puppet for the B.F.E.E. while they secretly controlled the world. Ronnie cut ribbons and made
jingoistic, flag-waving speeches like the current hateful, full-nut homophone, who is even more stupid than Reagan.
You could tell when Reagan was lying - he'd always punch himself in the head after each lie.
He also made some nasty-ass remarks about mental health that came
back to haunt him.
Don't buy the Saint Reagan crap - Reagan's the bastard who made "liberal" a dirty word.
If Bill Clinton was still president,
and he, personally,
presided over the assests of an
illegally conquered nation,
and was accountable to NOBODY
for the hundreds of unaudited billions
passing thru his hot little hands each week,
not to mention 350 dead soldiers
with more coming day after day after day,
...I wonder if the GOP would insist on any oversight?
"Oversight? Why bother? We trust Dubya, he's honest..."
November sweeps begin tonight
Transcript of Cher's call to CSPAN
Protest pictures from San Francisco
(tastes like chicken)
More on the NRA blacklist
(Can you get on if you own guns?)
Annie Lennox & LOTR
Bette Midler & Hulaween
No breaks for Tommy Chong
(More threat than Al Qaeda)
Canadians boycotting the Rolling Stones
NBC/GE bought full-seasons of 'Whoopi' & 'Happy Family'
Caroline Kennedy Schlossberg's 'A Patriot's Handbook'
Who's on hiatus
Roy Horn transferred to an LA hospital
LA smoke in Vegas
November tv program highlights
Scott Weiland f'd up, again
(I hate that - I've seen him live - he's hell)
And a couple of red pandas
A shout out to my good friend Kris Moe.
I hear you have a wicked Happy
Hour at your place.
We'll have to try that sometime.
A shot of Chinaco to you, Dude!
"Senator Zell Miller of Georgia said he will
endorse Bush for re-election (sic)
in 2004 and
campaign for him if Bush wishes him to. And he wouldn't "trust" any of the Demo candidates
with governing during that crucial period. This Democrat will vote for President Bush in 2004."
--Fred Barnes, much more stupid than Chippy the Chimp Attribution
Scientific proof that Chippy the Chimp (unaffiliated)
is 119 points smarter than the Fred Barnes monkey.
Right now, somewhere in America, George Will is saying, "Thank Koresh for Fred Barnes."
Defend our Defenders of Freedom
by Mike Bryon
After all, when the parade is over and the last of the confetti is swept away, our military personnel and veterans will
still need our care and our support. And they are not getting it - funding for VA patients for example has decreased
by about $635.00 per patient in recent years. The current Administration and its allies in Congress are clearly much
more interested in cutting taxes for the wealthiest one percent of Americans and for job-destroying multi-national
corporations, than they are in actually honoring our commitment to the welfare and tong-term care of our valiant
defenders of freedom. I used to conduct field investigations for the IRS back in the mid 1980's--I know how to
read the budgetary numbers - they don't lie. The story they tell is an appalling one.
"Those veterans are always 'gimme, gimme, gimme.'
What about my rich contributors?..."
Subject: Hex on Chimp
Where'd the Hex on Flyboy Wannabe go?
Please reinstate -- DAILY.
Hey, it worked on Tiger, proving you have the power.
"Hex on Thee, Hex on thee, Hex on thee!"
I can't take no more BartCop Hex!!!
Cond-i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i i !!!
Brother Sues 'Columbine' Director
Mad killer's brother says Moore tricked him, made Terry his brother
"James Nichols, the brother of OKC bomber Terry Nichols (R-LessGovernment), says he was tricked into
appearing in "Bowling for Columbine," according to a federal lawsuit filed against filmmaker Michael Moore.
Nichols accuses Moore of libel, defamation
of character, invasion of privacy, emotional distress and making him
look like an idiot when he put a gun to his own goddamn head in the film.. His lawyer is asking for a jury trial
and damages ranging from $10 million to $20 million on each of nine counts.
Of course, the we-hate-lawsuits GOP will
cheer on this crazy man because he's suing a non-Republican.
(Moore identifies hiumself as an "independent.")
Subject: Eat a peach
Read your piece with mail on Duane Allman
in the latest issue.
Did you know he died on October 29th?
No, but there's a whole lot I don't know...
"The White House, worried that the report's
findings could become a campaign issue if it's released shortly
before the election, will be counting on the GOP-controlled Congress to fend off an extension. Bush is notorious
for secrecy, but it surprises us that he would stonewall a bipartisan commission that is investigating 9-11.
If there are more delays, Republican leaders in Congress should set aside partisanship and extend the
commission's deadline by several months. This is a job where shortcuts can't be tolerated."
--Las Vegas Sun Editorial, Stonewalling by Bush
If Bush is innocent, why is he fighting so hard to keep the truth hidden?
Two more American soldiers have been killed in hostile action in Iraq,
taking our combat death toll to above the number killed during the invasion.
The deaths brought to 117 the number of
American soldiers killed by hostile fire
since May 1 when The Fraud declared an end to active combat. A total of 114
U.S. soldiers were killed between the start of the war March 20 and the end of April.
"I've got this footage from Fox News of that
morning, (9-11) it's like literally within, you know, 30 seconds of the
second plane hitting, Fox news was calling it for Osama bin Laden, much like they did on election night for Bush.
They just kind of will it to happen, and then everybody just started saying, Osama, Osama, Osama, and nobody
paused to think, well, OK, maybe, but maybe could it be something else? Is there something else going on here?"
--Michael Moore, Home of the Whopper
Plus, the idiot president keeps insisting he saw the FIRST plane
hit the WTC. Half the time he says
his first words were, "That's one bad pilot," the other half of the time he says his words words were,
"We're under attack and we will take swift and desisive action to save America."
We can't get straight talk out of the Oil Invaders, no matter
The Murdering Monkey can't stay on-script long enough to sell the lie.
I'm just wondering: when England stood
alone, did Churchill ever
proclaim the RAF or Monty to be his "unstickers"?
Did he ever say he was "just trying to get out of harm's way"?
Did the Canadians ever accuse him of being
a moron? The Australians?
And, hey, Churchill was responsible for Galopoli and Dieppe.
Bush isn't Churchillesque, he's just chilling.
"In an institution filled with ambitious men," wrote Post reporter Lois Romano more recently, "some viewed
Clark as over the top, someone who would do or say anything to get ahead-and get his way." Now to a rational
mind, accusing a West Point valedictorian, four-star general and presidential candidate of ambition is about as
newsworthy as charging a golden retriever with an unseemly zeal for chasing tennis balls.
If the phrase "would
do or say anything" sounds familiar, that's because it comes directly out
of the GOP
playbook. The last Democrat depicted as crazed with ambition was Al Gore, who never figured out how to
counter a barrage of false accusations, such as the absurd canard that he claimed he'd "invented the internet,"
ceaselessly reiterated by Washington pundits taking dictation from the Republican National Committee.
Ain't that the damn truth?
Even once-respected reporters like Cokie Roberts and Bob Schieffer jumped on the "Gore invented the internet"
bullshit when they knew for a fact it wasn't true, but they wanted to freeze Gore out and get their monkey in.
Roberts and Schieffer are whores that should resign in disgrace and become waiters at some goddamn Denny's.
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"Mr. Luskin demands that you remove the October
7th link and caption, and the comments section
associated with that caption, as well as the comments posted in response to another link that you
posted on October 10th, titled "Liberal Incivility Watch," immediately. This is your opportunity to
resolve this matter without legal expense and exposure to liability and damages. If the offending
posts are not removed within 72 hours, further legal action will be taken.
-- nasty letter to Atrios www.atrios.blogspot.com
Subject: re: Call me a Bush Hater
Did Molly Ivins hire you to write her
That was one of her best ever!
Thanks for featuring it.
Maria, thanks for the compliment, but Molly Ivins has no idea what a 'bartcop' is.
Found this Tommy Jefferson - not sure who to credit...
(Sticker was taped, not applied to TJ)
"Should Saddam choose confrontation, (Saddam
was unarmed and Bush knew it)
the American people can know that every measure has been taken to avoid war (What a liar!)
and every measure will be taken to win it." (So why haven't you?)
-- President Lying-His-Ass-Off, March 17, 2003, the "48 hours to leave" speech Attribution
Citing internal records and interviews with members of the Iraq Survey Group, the special C.I.A.-led team
of military experts dispatched to find Saddam Hussein's forbidden weapons, The Post's Barton Gellman
reported that investigators have reached a devastating conclusion: "Although Hussein did not relinquish his
nuclear ambitions or technical records it is now clear he had no active program to build a weapon,
produce its key materials or obtain the technology he needed for either."
Mr. Johnson expressed the bitterness felt
by many in the intelligence community toward this President,
whose father's name adorns their Langley headquarters. "We're all Republicans. We all voted for Bush.
And we all contributed funds to him," he said. But after the assault on the Wilsons and the C.I.A., he believes
"there are some bullies in this administration, and the essence of being a bully is being a coward. And I expect
President Bush - having voted for him, I expected something different from him."
All those disappointed patriots know much
more than they have yet disclosed.
But then, the election year has yet to begin.
It just might be - you gotta click and let it load.
From Corporate Tax Dodgers
saw it on Tompaine.com
You and Rep. Bill Thomas are actually working on a plan to give us more than $135 billion in new tax breaks.
A special thanks is in order from our friends at companies like Bank of America, Pfizer and Hewlett-Packard.
They already dodge taxes by setting up shop in the Cayman Islands and Bermuda, yet still stand to benefit
from this latest loophole lollapalooza.
We'll never forget that you're the president
who slashed our taxes by 40% in just three years.
No president has ever managed such a feat.
...yet we can't afford kevlar vests for the boys getting shot in Baghdad?
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Subject: alternative website censors?
What the eff?
Your site is being blocked by some ISP's?
I know there's mirror sites, but that's still VERY effed up.
If my ISP tried that shit, they'd have one very pissed off soon to be ex customer making them very uncomfortable.
Dude, I think it's people surfing at work
Subject: How to get around Bart-Blocking Nazi software
After reading that the company Derrick works
for has blocked your site I wanted to offer
some advice that he and all other employees of midsize to large companies need to hear.
When surfing the web from your job I recommend
using a proxy so that the pages you visit
can not be seen by the local sys. admin. and your bosses.
I personally use http://www.guardster.com/ and https://www.the-cloak.com/login.html
These will send all of your pages through
their proxies and encrypt it for you so that the only thing
the snoops can see is that you are going to the guardster site or the cloak site. There are a lot more
free web proxies offered and you can find them by searching google.
Keep hammerin' Bart, we'll get those bastards
Dude, thanks for that.
Dennis Miller - will suck for money.
nearly sued itself over 'Simpsons'
Matt Groening not singing from Nazi hymnal, FOX steaming
Rupert Murdoch's Fox News Channel threatened to sue "The Simpsons" over a parody
of the channel's Nazi political stance, the creator of the hit show has revealed.
Matt Groening recalled how FOX considered
legal action, despite the fact that "The Simpsons" is
broadcast on sister network, Fox Entertainment. Fox took exception took a Simpsons' version of
Fox News idiotic news crawl which parodied their Nazi ways, with headlines like "Do Democrats Cause Cancer?"
"Fox fought against it and said they would sue
the show," Groening said. "We called their bluff because we
didn't think Rupert Murdoch would pay for Fox to sue itself. So, we got away with it."
While the lawsuit never materialized, Groening
said some action was taken.
"Now Fox has a new rule that we can't do those little fake news crawls in a cartoon
because it might confuse the viewers into thinking it's real news," he said.
Nazi Rule Number One: Don't let the
liberals have a voice.
Nazi Rule Number Two: If Rule Number One doesn't work, murder them.
American soldier body count in Iraq
Last issue it was times
....this issue it's
They got one kill since last issue.
I want that oil - no matter how many lives it costs!
Soon, we'll be at 400.
How long before we hit 600?
...and then 1000?
Total deaths since President Giggles said, "Bring
Plus, at least
2076 wounded for Bush's oil hardon.
Many of them are missing arms, legs and eyes.
How much more are we willing to tolerate?
Oh, tonight it's a BIG one.
Phoebe gets engaged since it's the last year of Friends.
I liked Hank Azaria better, but whatever makes Phoebe happy.
Plus, I hope her French husband understands.
Survivor is promising a "twist," and they generally
deliver on their twists.
C.S.I. is the best of the murder mystery shows - it'll rock.
Bravely battling Friends and C.S.I.,
we have the premier of Tru Calling.
This is the space monkey show starring Elisa Dushku, the best-looking gal from Buffy.
She plays a morgue tech who talks to the cadavers, then goes back in time (Robert Klein theramin!)
to save them from whatever happened to them on their last day on Earth.
The previews show her kicking the crap out of some dudes, Mrs
Bart likes that.
They should have an evening block of Tru, Karen Sisco topped off by Alias.
It would be "Ladies Kick Greedy, Crooked White Men's Ass night."
...so I'll be taping Friends and Tru,
missing Tru's premier of that great theme song that
Michelle Branch refuses to play on any late night talk show appearances or award shows.
What's up with that? Is the song so old, she's not expected
to play it?
Even if you write a killer song, if you can't do it live, you're Britney Spears.
.(Not a compliment)
And on top of all that, they're replaying Monday's episode of
Monday, I did a word association Rohrshack to this episode of Skin.
young, ambitious women,
Mom lying to Dad,
payback is a Coulter,
video cell phones,
two secret affairs - at least,
the 52,000 sq ft home, where the 16 year-old
Jenna Jamison look-alike blonde virgin lived,
If you ever liked Dallas or Dynasty, this is the 2003 version.
Me to Your Lists
by Alan Morse
Add me to your lists Mr. Bush.
Send my name to Mr. Ashcroft. Forward it to the FBI, the local police, the INS and the IRS.
Make sure your Secret Service takes note.
Copy my name to every blacklist, enemies list, security list, and watch list your scribes scribble.
While you detain activists at airports, I am ashamed to travel unchallenged.
While you abduct untold, unnamed foreign-born Americans, I am ashamed to sleep in my own bed.
While you steal food, not just rights, from millions of families, I am ashamed to eat.
"Shoot this Al Kinda sleeper cell - he just confessed..."
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You can tell by the tongue - it's Ann Coulter
Have a good time today. Take your wife out to dinner, but some toys for the kids.
"One thing I acknowledge about the right is
that they're much better haters than liberals are.
Your basic liberal--milk of human kindness flowing through every vein, and heart bleeding over
everyone from the milk-shy Hottentot to the glandular obese--is pretty much a strikeout on the
hatred front. Maybe further out on the left you can hit some good righteous anger, but liberals,
and I am one, are generally real wusses. Guys like Rush Limbaugh figured that out a long time
ago--attack a liberal and the first thing he says is, "You may have a point there."
-- Molly Ivins, Call me a Bush Hater
I'm not proud that I have some GOP in me, but the evil side has
the will and the testosterone.
When you attack a liberal, they generally apologize and promise not to do it again. (See Senate democrats.)
When you attack me, the last thing I'll say is, "You may have a point there."
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When the president told the press yesterday that the sailors had put up that "Mission Accomplished"
banner on the USS Lincoln last May, his statement may have been technically accurate.
Within hours after Bush pointed at those
boastful sailors, his own spokesman admitted that the White House had,
in fact, designed and purchased the gigantic banner. But it was all the sailors' idea (perhaps like those letters "sent"
by the soldiers in Kirkuk to their hometown papers, at the behest of their commanding officer).
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