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Quote of the Day
"This is the 'You can go fuck yourself, Grandma'
Is Janeane Garofalo married?
Oh wait, I'm married...nevermind.
"Because I really took that campaign on the
surface. I did not do the homework.
I did not camp myself in Austin, Texas in 1999. And to a large extent I accepted
too much of the compassionate conservatism packaging of the campaign. And there's
a level at which we all make mistakes. I'm not saying my coverage was factually wrong
of Bush, but it was -- I didn't pick out the nuances."
--political whore Walter Shapiro on why he felt 'snookered by George Bush in 2000' Attribution
Suck it, Walter.
This "journalist" is very high up on the "worst of the whores" list. All thru 2000, he kept repeating,
"Gore claims he invented the internet.
Gore claims he discovered Love Canal.
Gore claims Love Story is all about him, ...but he forgets that Tipper is still alive."
Walter, you're Cokie Roberts without the vagina (not a compliment).
You're extremely lazy and very easily bought off.
When you intentionally lie for a year to help elect an unqualified mobster,
you don't get to say, "I'm sorry" and all is forgiven.
If Tequilaboy in Tulsa knew the truth about Gore and Bush, why didn't Shapiro?
Pentagon auditors found that the B.F.E.E. overcharged by possibly as much
as $61 million for gasoline in Iraq, senior defense officials said Thursday.
Get a load
of the "Pentagon auditors." Are they also auditing the millions of
of oil that Smirk & Snarl are stealing every day of every week of every month?
Halliburton apparently didn't profit from
the overcharging, (ha
ha - Stop it!)
the officials said,
speaking on condition of anonymity. The problem, the officials said, was that Halliburton paid
a B.F.E.E. subcontractor(ha ha - Stop it!) too much for the gasoline in the first place.
This is because Smirk and Snarl don't know how the gasoline business works, right?
The Pentagon officials said the Halliburton
subsidiary involved in Iraq reconstruction work,
Kellogg, Brown & Root, also submitted a proposal for cafeteria services that was
$67 million too high. The officials said the Pentagon rejected that proposal.
You heard it here so many months or years
They're stealing hundred of billions per month - this is nothing!
Knowing Cheney, he probably let the auditors find this, so they could plead "My bad" and now
the networks and talk radio can say "The system works and now they're playing honest with us."
Cheney didn't quit his cushy million dollar
job to work 80 hour weeks after five heart attacks
so he could steal some piss-ant, measely $67 million. If Cheney dropped $67 million on the ground,
would he even bother to pick it up?
said they were concerned about the problems with KBR's contracts,
which were awarded without competitive bidding for up to $15.6 billion.
OK, now we're getting into BFEE territory.
If Cheney dropped $15 billion, yeah, he'd bend over and pick that up.
The defense officials, who are involved
in the audit of the contracts,
said the Pentagon was negotiating with KBR over how to resolve the fuel overcharging issue.
Let's do like when Neil Bush got caught
- they pay a $50,000
fine and we drop it.
"Don't be so suspicious, Bart. You're always so negative.
Duyba and Cheney would never do anything dishonest.
They said they were playing fair ...and we accept that."
Yeah, just like you guys accepted the Florida
2000 rape and the Diebold 2002 rape.
You guys seem to enjoy kissing the feet of the stupidest man in political history.
"Why is our President so concerned with the
wishes of Mr. Baker's clientele? What does Bush owe Baker?
Let me count the ways, beginning with the 2000 election. Just last week Baker said, "I fixed the election in
Florida for George Bush." That was the substance of his remarks to an audience of Russian big wigs as
reported to me by my somewhat astonished colleagues with BBC television. It was Baker, as consiglieri
to the Bush family, who came up with the strategy of maneuvering the 2000 Florida vote count into a
Supreme Court packed with politicos. Baker's claim to have fixed the election was not a confession.
It was a boast. He meant to dazzle current and potential clients in the former Soviet states about his
big In with the Big Boy in the White House."
--Greg Palast, Attribution
Subject: Resolution 114
In the interest of being 'fair and balanced', didn't Sen. Hillary Clinton vote 'yes' on that one, too?
Why haven't you included her in your gallery
of 'pink tutu' Democrats?
Did you hear her last Sunday on the talk shows supporting the Iraq war?
I know she's not running for a nomination (or so she says), but she's about
the most powerful Democrat there is right now....
BTTB Bob, excellent question.
I answered that in Radio Show 22, but I understand not everybody heard it.
Hillary's position is unique.
Nobody in history has ever been in her position before.
Also, nobody has ever been as loved/hated as her - besides her husband.
She's in the position where she can grab the spotlight if she
wants to, but if/when she does,
it would either make or break the rest of her career. She must move very slowly and deliberately to survive.
In poker terms, she's player her cards close to her vest.
She's not making any wild bets,
she's sitting back, observing the others and waiting for her chance to make a move.
It's the smart move, and besides Monica, when did a Clinton ever make a dumb move?
Had she shown up in the senate with an "I'm
here and I'm in charge," attitude, Bush's
whore press would've seized that and hammered her with a ferocity that surpasses the
crucifixion they put on her husband. I admire her restraint. She's doing something I could
never do, which is to quietly bide her time and wait for her moment.
I expect some will read this explanation and say, "Oh
please! What a lying cop out!"
but I don't care. The truth is the truth and the facts are the facts.
A phrase often seen on this page is, "When
you stab the king, you'd better kill him."
Hillary is sharpening her knife and looking for the right time and the right angle.
Buy stock in Hillary Rodham Clinton.
Subject: Sacramento protests Arnold's Lanterman Act
Governator Arnold wants to gut the Lanterman Act in order to fix California's Enron problem.
The Lanterman Act helps people with disabilities.
I work with people with disabilities, and all I can say is that we are horrified and appalled
by this cruel attack on California's most helpless and innocent population.
Shame on you, Arnold!
Maybe it's time to start a recall petition...
Anyway, I found this cool photo page of
the Wednesday Sacramento protest at buzzflash.com.
It's worth looking at.
I'll bet my good friend Nick Dupree will be all over this
You'd think a body builder would have some compassion for those
with disabled bodies.
Maybe that only works on non-fascists pigs
Iraqis for fun
A very graphic CNN video
We don't know the circumstances behind this.
If this soon-to-be-dead man shot at
(or killed) some of ours, I can appreciate their "team spirit" at getting the guy.
...but then again, we invaded their country for no reason.
Are we going to wound, then murder, then laugh at every thug on the planet with a gun?
Subject: No Doubt
Hi Bart (or Sam),
I read your page 98% of the time for the
politics, but am disappointed to hear you ignorantly attribute
the song "It's My Life" to No Doubt's great songwriting ability. The song was originally written by
Mark Hollis of Talk Talk (on an album titled..."It's My Life") back in the early 1980s and, for my money,
is a far superior version. At least I hope the original artists recoup tons of royalties from the new 'hit'.
Nate, I'm just an ignorant Okie who doesn't know all the songs.
I'll try to do better..
Chickenhawk of the Day
Visit www.chickenhawkcards.com for your deck.
Makes a great stocking stuffer!
Bill Clinton, Wynton Marsalis and "Jazz & Democracy'
No more Saruman for LOTR - well, til the extended DVD version...
Sigourney Weaver, an Alien egg & the National Museum of American History
The Nobel Peace Prize & Robert Plant
Snoop Dogg's mom is suing Suge Knight
Bunch of other stuff
And some origami links
shoots released birds for "sport"
Animal rights activists wonder if the bastard even has a heart
The world is not enough
Cheney was taken to PittsburgH by Air Force Two earlier this week where his "security detail
loaded him and his favorite shotgun into a Humvee," and went to Rolling Rock Club in Ligonier Township,
according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. There, he and nine other hunting buddies shot at 500 ringneck
pheasants, killing 417 of them. The V.P. was credited with offing 70 of the birds, as well as an unknown
number of mallard ducks.
"If the Vice President and his friends wanted
to sharpen their shooting skills, they could have
shot skeet or clay, not resorted to the slaughter of more than 400 creatures planted right in
front of them as animated targets." - Human Society statement
I find it hard to believe Cheney ate 70 pheasants, which tells
me he just wanted to kill something - like
most republicans do. Now and then they have to taste some blood. Isn't that why we're in Iraq?
A year or three ago, Bush the smarter and Stromin' Norman flew
to Africa so they could shoot lions
and other exotic animals that were fenced in and couldn't escape.
That's disgusting - I wonder why Pinhead didn't go?
Maybe daddy knows he's irresponsible with guns.
Women's poker on The Travel Channel was crazy Wednesday night.
This was billed as the first major, televised gals-only tourney
ever and, just guessing,
but the women didn't want to be seen as weak with men watching so they were betting
100K on these less-than-great hands and it was damn exciting.
Funny, the Heidi Klum lookalike finally beat the Jessica Alba
It was a coincidence that the two hottest babes lasted the longest?
Towards the end, almost every hand was worth about $750K, but
were trading that amount back and forth until 'Heidi' eventually won it all.
...can you feel the poker fever building?
Subject: check your lobes
I'm just a girl with a cam site - but this I know....
Recently I have seen advertising for the new seasonal movie, 'Bad Santa'.
In it I see John Ritter playing a role.
The close up shot of John shows his earlobes collapsed, a serious sign of heart trouble.
When was this movie filmed ? and why does it take a girl with a cam site to bring attention
to a very noticeable, serious signal of potential FATAL trouble?
When I learned of his death, I looked for
recent pictures of him and there it was...
I honestly think he could be alive today if someone just noticed this.
I know I would have if I had followed his later work.
Please- show the people around you that you care, and check their earlobes.
When the heart is having trouble, the tiniest
capillaries collapse under the strain, which are in the earlobe.
Can you get some feedback on this ?
I've sent a few to see the doctor, only to have suspicions acknowledged.
Kathy C. - member
Kathy, I didn't know about that, but it
'Bad Santa' could have been filmed a year ago..
There is precedent for what you saw.
Years ago, some doctor/nurse was watching CNN and he noticed a lump in the neck (I think)
of a woman giving her report. He called CNN and told them to ask the reporter to check it and
her doctor agreed and removed the lump and it all ended well.
Too bad about John...
Great Christmas Gifts
sniper's wife blames '91 Gulf War for change
Another victim of the BFEE's fake war money-making policies
She was on ABC's Good Morning Suckers, saying he was a kind and
with emotions and a conscience before he went to Bush the Smarter's fake 1991 war.
When he came back, he was different - nothing but rage and murder
on his mind.
Thanks to Bush the Lesser, America has 130,000 potential snipers in our future.
When war was necessary...
Federal spending has increased by 23.7 percent since Bush took office. Education has been
further federalized in the No Child Left Behind Act. Bush pulled out all the stops to get
Republicans in Congress to create the biggest new entitlement program -- prescription drug
coverage under Medicare -- in 40 years.
He pushed an energy bill that my colleague
Jerry Taylor described as "three parts corporate
welfare and one part cynical politics . . . a smorgasbord of handouts and subsidies for virtually
every energy lobby in Washington."
It's a far cry from the less-government,
"leave us alone" conservatism of Ronald Reagan.
Rush said the same thing yesterday. Like I've been sayiong
for years, it's the GOP that will
eventually stop Bush, because the democrats are trembling in fear, they're too scared to raise their voice.
No Doubt - Singles Best of Red Hot Chili Peppers Garbage #2
Dick Van Dyke - Season 1 What Mrs Bart is getting Alias Season 1
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Subject: fine tequila
I just got back from Buffalo (and a trip
on Saturday night to the Canadian ballet (strip clubs),
which were unbelievable (totally nude), and brought with me another bottle of Chinaco Anejo
(the price is now up to $50 for a 750 ml bottle).
Shame on you!
Great tequila and beautiful dancing females do not go together :)
I feel for you, Dude.
In Tulsa, Chinaco Anejo is still $34.95
A guy here at work (who considers himself
a tequila connoisseur) recommended Don Julio,
which was the same price as Chinaco, but which I haven't tried.
I figure it's a matter of taste, but I was
wondering if you had any comments about Don Julio Anejo.
Don Julio Anejo is mui magnifico.
I did a sip while reading your note.
Few things are as fun as sipping two kinds of tequila at once.
Two drops of one, then two drops of the other.
Sometimes at the Taco in Vegas, we buy 3-4 shots and spend the afternoon "dropping."
When The Mack was here, we had four kinds of tequila.
I think he thought I was kidding about the subtle nuances of taste.
"He never met Michael - he's lying."
-- Michael Jackson's mom, talking about his latest accuser..
Well, I'm certainly not the guy to verify any M J details, but
I saw one report where
they said Michael's accuser was on that Bashir documentary back in February saying
he slept in Michael's bed, but Michael slept on a nearby cot and did nothing wrong.
If he's in the MJ documentary, Mom might want to ease up on the
"He's never even met Michael," allegations.
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By all means, beat down real Monkey Mail with all the firepower at your disposal, but if you don't want to
offend your growing number of UK readers, I urge you to avoid 'well we saved your ass from the Nazis so
shut up' line in future. It really is the cheapest of cheap shots.
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Subject: give Reagan the dime
The more I think about it, Reagan is more
fitting to be on the dime.
The dime fully simbolizes Reagan's attitude to much of the nation during his two terms:
"Here's a dime. Call somebody who cares."
Yep, that was classic Reagan.
"I paid for this microphone, so nobody else should be allowed to speak!"
Something the right-wingers don't see to understand is the biggest
reason RFK has a
stadium and JFK has an airport is because they were f-ing murdered by Republicans.
If Hinckley had been a better shot, I'd be a lot more sympathetic
to their "Saint Reagan" wishes.
But Reagan will die a very old and very rich man - what's to memorialize?
The ocean of red-ink he left for Clinton to clean up?
Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq
Last issue it was..
....this issue it's
More Americans lives snuffed out by Gangster's theft of the White House.
Soon - we'll be at 500, and then 800 and then 1000.
Will the Democrats be willing to fight for their country next
Or will they just hand it to Bush on their knees, like they did in 2000 and 2002?
"I'm as serious as McCain's
wife having breast cancer."
Total deaths since President Giggle and Kill said, "Bring
Plus, at least
wounded for Bush's illegal oil grab.
Many of them are missing arms, legs, eyes and their memories from head wounds.
Oh, and the burn victims will make your heart sink.
How much more are we willing to tolerate?
Bart, I'd like to give four of my friends a year's subscription to BartCop radio.
Their names and email addresses are:
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Well, blow me down!
That's one damn nice Christmas present.
My PayPal account beeped when that came in - that's never happened before.
Thanks, that was very nice.
I made their subscriptions a little longer than one year so they'll have two Koreshmases with
I guess some of you Texans are OK :)
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From Auschwitz to Baghdad,
from Lebanon to Kuwait,
the Bush Family Evil Empire
makes billions by killing the innocent.
from the Heartland
by Richard L. Fricker
Regardless of who becomes the Democrat nominee the campaign will have to be waged
by the people to the people. Bush will not do anything dangerous. Remember here is a man
who thinks macho is throwing a rattlesnake into a baby carriage. Bush will not take an issue
head on and can be beaten on those grounds.
Subject: Let's make a Google bomb for Rush
Time for a new Google Bomb: Rush Limbaugh and "drug addict."
If you'd build up a bartcop.com/vulgar-junkie-bio
page and tell
your readers how to link their sites to it, then we'd soon have a google bomb.
In a matter of months, I guess.
What do you think?
Phil, I love the idea, but I don't know
how to do that.
Who knows how to make that work?
"It's very simple: Our people risked their
lives; friendly coalition folks risked their lives.
And, therefore, the contracting is going to reflect that. And that's what the US taxpayers expect."
-- the evil Bush boy Attribution
I got really, really angry when I heard this yesterday.
Maybe fucking outraged out of my mind is a better term, because I just can't believe he's admitting it.
Any time a person or entity makes a "mistake" that puts extra money in their pocket,
expect them to make that "mistake" again and again and again.
Bush is saying that since it's mostly Americans that have died,
the B.F.E.E. is entitled
to the hundreds of billions of dollars to be made by rebuilding that which Bush destroyed.
The more men die, the more rights Halliburton and Bechtel have to those billions.
Just like with Aushwitz, where the B.F.E.E. got their start,
have to kill to get that niagara of money rolling in.
They can't make any money during peace time, they have to manufacture a phoney war.
Do you think it's a coincidence that both Bushes started wars in the Middle East?
Doesn't that make anybody else angry?
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Right-wing pundits Frank Gaffney and David Horowitz are accusing fellow conservative
Grover Norquist of ties to dangerous Islamists. But since Norquist is good pals with Karl
Rove, what does that tell us about the president's political guru?
Note: Notice that someone else used the term "rhetorical."
I doubt the Chimp knows what a big word like that means.
I believe I have exciting news times three:
Microsoft and Creative Labs keep fighting
with each other, preventing us from doing a radio show,
so Thursday I drove to The Guitar Center in OKC to buy a portable radio studio.
Was that expensive? You betcha, but check this out:
I can begin recording again today
- on my laptop.
I'll have everything portable except the foam on the walls.
Mrs Bart turns 50 next week.
I told her I'd do my best to give her what she wanted for her birthday
and what she wants is snow, so we're packing the touring sedan. But that means good news and good news.
I can do the page AND the radio show from various locations. I can check in from the road via page and radio.
This opens mega-doors, ...like, ...say, ...a remote from Pokerfest 2004?
Starting in 2004, which is three
weeks away, Mrs Bart's job is changing - she will be traveling more.
I can't think of anybody more qualified to "manage" an expense report than Ol' Bart.
They'll pay mileage if we drive and one plane ticket if she flies.
Thank Koresh for SWA VISA Card points!
We seem to be in a position to play, "Where is Bart?" in the coming year(s).
This opens up a lot of possibilities.
We don't yet know the flexibility possibilities or the time-shifting possibilities,but if they
send her to Chicago on a Thursday, we'll just hang around for Pokerfest 2004 in Chicago.
The best news? It will be nearly free.
I'll have to pay for my plane ticket, but SWA flies to Chicago :)
Tommy will be reading this for the first time here, but have I ever mentioned he used to manage
The Guitar Center on the Sunset Strip in LA, the biggest music store in America?
He told me to ask for the "Tommy Mack discount,"
which is ten percent over cost. I thought the lovely
Jennifer would laugh and say, "GFY, loser," but instead, she said, "I'll give you that discount if
Tommy Mack can get me transferred to the Sunset Strip Guitar Center."
I did my best Ahnold impression and said,
Dude, I gave her your e-mail, but not your phone number.
Hey, I saved a ton with that discount.
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