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  In Today's Treehouse...
Clark calls for probe on war
MMoore goes for Clark
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Paranoid shift
Franken Signs Radio Deal
Suicides Rising in Iraq
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Quote of the Day

"The two greatest lies of the last three years
  were that the Sept. 11 attacks could not have
  been prevented and that a future attack is
  inevitable. If I'm president, I'm going to 
  take care of the American people. We are 
  not going to have one of these incidents." 
     --Wesley Clark, (D-Bold) Attribution

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Volume 1237 - It never ends

  Thurs-Fri,   January 15-16, 2004


"We landed on mars that day.
  Why aren't they talking about that?
    - Britney, wondering why her drunk wedding is so talked about

 Wesley Clark Calls for Probe on Iraq War
  Clark uses thet BIG hammer Gore was afraid to use

  Click  Here

 Wesley Clark (D-Big Hammer)on Tuesday criticized the timing of an investigation of  Paul O'Neill
 and suggested Bush was more concerned with "political security" than national security.

 Campaigning in New Hampshire, Clark called for a full congressional investigation
 into why the United States went to war in Iraq (news - web sites).

"We don't know what the motivation was. We just don't know. We've spent $180 billion on it,
 we've lost 480 Americans, we've got 2,500 with life-changing injuries," the retired general told reporters.

"They didn't wait 24 hours in initiating an investigation on Paul O'Neill," Clark said. "They're not
 concerned about national security. But they're really concerned about political security.
 I think they've got their priorities upside down."

 ha ha
 This could be a really fun year.

  Paranoid shift
   saw it on  onlinejournal.com

  Click  Here

 Unless I'm paranoid, it doesn't make any sense at all that Bush sat in a classroom for 20 minutes
 after he was informed that a second plane had hit the WTC, listening to children read a story about a goat.
 Nor does it make sense that Dick Cheney - even knowing that "the commander" was on a mission in Florida
 - nevertheless sat at his desk in the White House, watching TV, until the Secret Service dragged him out by the armpits.

 Unless I'm paranoid, it makes no sense that Rumsfeld sat at his desk until Flight 77 hit the Pentagon - well over an hour
 after the military had learned about the multiple hijacking in progress. It also makes no sense that the brand-new chairman
 of the Joint Chiefs of Staff sat in a Senate office for two hours while the 9/11 attacks took place, after leaving explicit
 instructions that he not be disturbed - which he wasn't.

 In other words, while the 9/11 attacks were occurring, the entire top of the chain of command of the most powerful military
 in the world sat at various desks, inert. Why weren't they in the "Situation Room?" Don't any of them ever watch "West Wing?"

 In a sane world, this would be an object of major scandal.
 But here on this side of the paranoid shift, it's business as usual.

 ...because the media is protecting Bush and most Democrats are afraid of Karl Rove.
 But I know someone who's not afraid of Karl Rove and I'm sure because he goes out of his way
 to mention him by name - taunting his Nazi ass to let him know he's not afraid like the others.

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 I'll Be Voting For Wesley Clark
  Goodbye, Mr Bush     by Michael Moore

  Click  Here

 This is not about voting for who is more anti-war or who was anti-war first or who the media
 has already anointed. It is about backing a candidate that shares our values AND can communicate
 them to Middle America. I am convinced that the surest slam dunk to remove Bush is with a four-star,
 general, top-of-his-class-at-West-Point, Rhodes-Scholar-Medal-of-Freedom-winning gun-owner-from
 the-South -- who also, by chance, happens to be pro-choice, pro environment, and anti-war.
 You don't get handed a gift like this very often.

 And he will cream George W. Bush.

  Does Michael Moore read  bartcop.com?

 Subject: right you are


 You said something about the Democrats needing a little bartcop agression, and I agree.
 Take the Religious Wrong, just as one example - did they get the power and influence
 they have by being calm and reasonable and seeing things both ways?  Fuck no!

 They knew what they wanted and screamed and blustered and fought like hell until people backed off.
 I don't mean that their hypocrisy and dishonesty are to be admired, of course. I just think there comes
 a time when you have to accept that you're in a fight, not a debate, and save the talking and making up
 for after you've kicked their ass.

 And yes, I agree, the Repubs will constantly stoke people's fears for this election, and Clark is the best
 candidate to offset that. It's a shame that most people vote based on vague, poorly thought-out emotional
 impulses, but they do. There's a hell of a lot more tabloid readers and moronic TV-show watchers in this
 country than thoughtful, intelligent people.


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 I didn't know so there's a chance you didn't know, either.

 We're going to have a candidate picked in just six weeks because on March 2,
 we're having primaries in Texas, California, New York, Ohio and Massachusetts.

 For the next eight months, somebody better be "kicking the shit out of" Bush.

 Suddenly, there is urgency

 While it took the White House just 24 hours to launch an investigation into O'Neill,
 it took them months to launch an inquiry into the leak of a CIA agent's name.

 As Josh Marshall notes,
"Number of days between Novak column outing Valerie Plame and announcement of investigation: 74 days.
  Number of days between O'Neill 60 Minutes interview and announcement of investigation: 1 day.
  Having the administration reveal itself as a gaggle of hypocritical goons ... priceless."

 Great point, Josh.
 They didn't mind endangering the life of a CIA agent, but if you embarrass the Monkey,
 they will overturn the Grand Tetons to get revenge on anybody who dares to tell the truth.

 ...and once again the press covers up for him and the Democrats remain silently scared,
 so it's up to the starving internet bloggers to call the B.F.E.E. on their myriad of deadly crimes.

 The White House press whores refuses to do their job, (all praise to Helen Thomas)
 and the democrats refuse to do their jobs, the yellow sissies.

 Clark: Democracy at risk in America

  Click  Here

"I think we're at risk with our democracy," Clark told an audience of about 500 people at
 a fund-raiser at the Westin Galleria hotel. "I think we're dealing with the most closed, imperialistic,
 nastiest administration in living memory. They even put Richard Nixon to shame. They are a threat
 to what this nation stands for, and we need to get him out of the White House. And we're going to do it."

 When a supporter yelled out, "Give it to him!" Clark responded: "We're going to give it to him,
 and you're going to have to take him back, right here in Texas. Let him chop cedar."

 ha ha
 Go, General!

 I found this too late (because the studio was down) but I wanted to print the link


 Onedance - the people's summit

Marty's Entertainment Page

 Franken Signs Radio Deal

  Click  Here

 They haven't got a name or a launch date yet, but the entrepreneurs who dream of
 launching a liberal radio network have just landed themselves a lead man: Al Franken.

 Jesus, these guys make BartCop Radio seem timely, efficient and glitch free.
 How many years have they been talking about this?
 Can't they start in one market and then grow?
 They can't even give a launch date?

 You can tell they're really liberals because they can't get anything done.
 We could really use some help in this election year, but Koresh knows
 you can't plug in a microphone without years and years of setting up.

 I'm a lone dude in a hellhole with no money - it's not the same.

 That Soros dude with his $15,000,00 in anti-Bush money?
 When will the first penny be spent?   In the year 2050?

 What's wrong with our side?
 Why can't we get anything together?

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 Subject: Clinton

 Hey Bart, don't be so proud that Clinton was the last "elected" president.
 He never got more than 49% of the vote, and Ross Perot helped him get that.


 Doesn't matter.
 If Clinton was appointed by crooked judges when Dole got more votes,
 your side would just shoot him and that would be the end of that.

 From Moveon.org's Progress Report

 With a desire to control the outflow of information to the public and to ensure the press receives
 information strictly on the White House playbook, President Bush has limited the access he gives to reporters.

 According to the New Yorker, Bush has had a paltry eleven solo press conferences since taking office.
 In a comparable period, "Eisenhower held seventy-four, Kennedy sixty-five, Johnson eighty, Nixon twenty-three,
 Ford thirty-nine, Carter fifty-three, Reagan twenty-one, Bush-the-smarter seventy-one, and Clinton thirty-eight."

 Explains Dan Bartlett, White House communications director: "At press conferences, you can't control your message."

 It's worse than that:

 The reason the Monkey can't have a press conference is there's no way for Condi and Cheney to write Bush's
 scripted answers to questions that haven't been asked yet. When Bush does hold a press conference, all he can say is,
"Honor and dignity, Saddam caused 9-11, the details will be released soon and God bless America."

 Bush is another Reagan (not a compliment.)

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 To my knowledge...

 I titled this that for a reason.

"To my knowledge" is often used by cut-throats, lawyers and scoundrels to hide a lie.
 This isn't one of those, and you can call me on it you think if I'm being naive or insincere.

 To my knowledge, Martha Stewart and Julie Steele are the only two people
 in America who have ever been charged with the crime of saying, "I'm innocent."

 If I'm wrong, straighten me out.    bartcop@bartcop.com
 (Don't wait, do it right now)

 Under the GOP's Nazification of Amerikkka, if you say you didn't do it, that's a whole 'nother crime that
 you should do another 8 years for, yet Bush can lie his ass off for a f-ing year about Iraqi WMDs and
 send 500 brave soldiers to their graves ...and it's OK because he didn't get a blowjob from an intern?

 We have 500 families that have been destroyed.
 We have another (Hackworth the Republican says) 13,000 who were medically evacuated.
 So 13,000 families have to deal with Daddy's missing leg, or the burns on Mommy's face.

 Let's face it - this country is fucked up.

 We have to fix this sooner, rather than later.
 If Bush gets another 4 years, he could kill thousands of brave men,
 and the B.F.E.E. will continue to be the most powerful crime syndicate on Earth.

 We need to fight this monster.

 Spalding Gray Missing


  Click  Here

 Acclaimed actor-writer Spalding Gray, who has battled depression since a 2001 car crash,
 was missing Tuesday after disappearing from his Manhattan home over the weekend, police said.

 In his monologue "It's a Slippery Slope," Gray tells the audience he had to overcome a deep depression
 associated with his turning 52 - the age his mother was when she committed suicide. It also weaves in
 reminiscences about boarding school and college days in New England, life in New York City and learning how to ski.

 You kids won't know who Spalding Gray is, but he used to be on Carson a lot.
 He has/had the most magnificent voice - like Orson Welles - who you don't remember, either.

 I've never done the depression thing, but my year of computer/studio troubles did drive me half crazy.
 I'll bet depression is a bitch. I wonder if he's ever tried Chinaco Anejo or listened to some Shirley?
 That puts me in a good mood every time I try it.
 Poor bastard, I hope he's alive when they find him.

 To: joe@msnbc.com

 Subject: Re: Moveon segment on Joe Scarkiller


 During the segment with Michael Stinson on the Moveon.org event I was
 suprised to see a graphic which said that the event was held in a ballroom
 owned by the Rev. Sun Yung Moon.  Why is this pertinent to the story at all.

 I am hopeful however in the interest of balance that a similar graphic will
 be run every time Tony Blankley or any Washington Times or UPI reporter
 appears on MSNBC stating that the Rev. Moon owns these two entities.

 I doubt I will see such a graphic, but hey I'm an optimist.  I would think it to be
 far more relevant that the cult leader's name be brought up in relation to his news
 entities rather than in relation to a group which rents out his ballroom.

 thank you,
 stevie g
 somerdale, nj

 Michael Stinson, partner of American Stranger, is my good friend.
 I will attempt to get a comment.


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 If you have something important send it to Sam at sam@bartcop.com

 If you work for Dean or Clark and want help punching up a speech, use that address.

 Pentagon: Suicides of U.S. Troops Rising in Iraq
  One out of seven non-hostile deaths are self inflicted

  Click  Here

 The 21 suicides represent nearly 14 percent of non-hostile deaths reported by the military,
 an increase over the proportion of 11 percent as of three months ago when the suicide number totaled 13.

 Many of these men and women signed up for the National Guard because they always talk about
"One weekend a month and two weeks a year," and then they end up doing 9 months
 in a shooting gallery watching their friends get shot and maimed.

 ...all because the spoiled, little deserter monkey had to have his oil.

From  http://www.bushorchimp.com/

 The Awful Truth
   by Paul Krugman

  Click  Here

 So far administration officials have attacked Mr. O'Neill's character but haven't refuted any of his facts.
 They have, however, already opened an investigation into how a picture of a possibly classified document
 appeared during Mr. O'Neill's TV interview. This alacrity stands in sharp contrast with their evident lack
 of concern when a senior administration official, still unknown, blew the cover of a C.I.A. operative
 because her husband had revealed some politically inconvenient facts.

 The Monkey and his goons have most of the country hyp-mo-tized.
 The press and the democrats act like Bush is a decent man doing a good job.
 What the fuck is wrong with people?

 When America was having it's finest days ever, the press and the GOP kept screaming, "Where's the outrage?"

 But now, when the murdering Monkey has ruined our global reputation,
 brought us 9-11,
 sent our soldiers to die for no goddamn reason and
 has acted like a vengeful thug without a brain,
 he's praised by the press and coddled by Democrats.

 What the fuck?

 Subject: Colbert on Jon Stewart

 Bart, you published:

>  It's one thing to believe Bush's policies are leading his country toward a bleak future
>  of massive debt, increased terrorism, and environmental catastrophy but does Dean
>  have to be so mad about it?  He just comes off as petty. I mean, if America liked angry
>  presidents JFK would have beaten all those secretaries instead of nailing them."
     --Stephen Colbert, of the Daily Show, on why he believes Dean is too angry to appeal to the general electorate,

 I'm sure a humorist like yourself knows Colbert is satirizing the current Republican/national media campaign
 to paint Dean as some angry, unelectable whacko. If not, Richard Boehlert's Tuesday article at Salon.com
 is MUST reading for you. The media is pulling the same kind of shit it pulled on Gore in 2000.
 Please don't fall for it.

 Dan L,
 Santa Barbara

 Dan, not to worry, my only falls are physical.
 Believe it or not, I got the joke.

 I've often said the internet needs a sarcasm emoticon, if that's what they're called, and as with most things,
 nothing f-ing gets done unless you do it yourself so I, BartCop are hereby deciding for every person who might
 ever use sarcasm on the internet - the worldwide emoticon for sarcasm is now and forever known as  -s-

 Hey, I'm as serious as Bush's brain problems.
 I've lost friends, maybe even good friends because an email read a certain waywithout the sarcasm emoticon.


 Starting today,  anyone who uses a sarcastic tone and remembers to include the -s- sign,
 is held harmless from the reader's wrongful interpretation.

 Do you realize how many marriages and friendships will be saved by of that last paragraph?
 A man tells his girlfiend, "Honey, you don't look as fat in that outfit."   -s-

 That means he's off the hook.

"Honey, in the moonlight, your mustache is hardly visible."   -s-

 For the rest of time, as long as text messaging might be understood, if you use the -s- sign,
 you have total and complete immunity from anything you say.


 Forging new and needed paths into the future...

 I have to say it...
  an essay on computers by Bart

  Click  Here

 (When I search the 8900 unread emails since 10/15 alphabetically, I sometimes find
  that which has been overlooked. If you sent e-mails that weren't read, I apologize.
  That's why the important stuff should go to Sam@bartcop.com )

 Nov 14, 2003

 Subject: Atheistic admiration

 I'm just writing to tell you how much I enjoy your site.
 The style of political commentary that you employ needs to be emulated more often.

 I find it comforting to read real political analysis without all the polished and over edited bullshit.
 What makes reading your commentary extra special for me is your religious views. As an atheist
 I find it hard to communicate on the same intellectual and analytical level with those I discuss politics
 with that are religious (in any manner).

 That is not to say that their opinions are stupid based soley on their religion or beliefs, but I believe
 politics extends to fundemental philosophical and logical ideas. When the religious muddy up arguments
 with touchy-feely or judgmental imaginary friends my eyes glaze over and I stop listening.
 I applaud individuals such as yourself who tell it like they think and make no apoligies for not having faith.
 Keep up the work and maybe some day we'll have harder thinking individuals in office.


 Joshua, thanks, sorry it took so long.
 I agree, religious people don't have to be the enemy.

 I often point out that if I was the dictator, I'd let people worship whoever they wanted to worship,
 minus the snake-handling and the wackos who don't believe in doctors when the baby is dying.

 But Bush, Falwell, Robertson, Bill Bennett, Laura the Unloved who just dumped her Jewish God
 because the Christian God makes more money on talk radio...

 ...those people are convinced that their religion is the real one, and they want to put America's military
 behind their particular brand of superstitious nonsense, and you don't want to call me on that..

 We atheists are kinder to the religious people than the "Christians" are.
 So far, they see my common-sense, everybody-wins olive branch as an attack on their religious insanity.

 I say, keep it away from the schools. the courthouse and the White House and I'm religion's friend.


 I'm just so damn happy I could spit.
 Pokerfest is resurrected, (all praise to Sam) my three studios are working, and the deluge of mail
 is being sorted through as I type.   Things just can't get any better (knock on particle board).

 Now that we're on the path towards getting the Bartcop Operation under control,
 here are a few things you should know and some things you can do to help:

 First, a shot of Chinaco to Brian, our new News Editor. Brian has been slogging through the
 news daily and sending me the good stuff. Thanks to him, I know I won't miss anything important.
 If there's some news you want him to see, email him at gimyinfo@aol.com.

 As you know, we have a new address for sending advertising related mail. It is:  ads@bartcop.com
 This way, your ad (or check) won't be overlooked.

 Continue to send important stuff, subscription-related issues, etc. to http://www.bartcop.com/mailro:sam@bartcop.com.

 Important: If you send mail to Bart and Sam, or even worse, Bart, Sam and Brian, we must delete it.
 Sending triplicate e-mails just makes everything go slower.
 If you send it once to the right address - we'll get and read your mail.

 Stay tuned for more information soon on the Celebrity Interviewer position.
 Meanwhile, if you can get an interview with a newsmaker, do that
 because it will increase your odds of getting the position.

 From: hemeshethey@yahoo.com

 Subject: Exhibit B

 Exhibit B is you, and moveon.org, and a million other left winged, commie sympathizing cretins.
 And you don't spend an hour offering rebuttal, you spend years
 (how long has your stupid page at http://www.bartcop.com/libmedia.htm been up?

 Do us all a favor, and demonstrate your love of Osama.

 Set your butt on fire.
 When the fire goes out, set it on fire again, for Saddam.
 You can call it a rebuttal, and do it for an hour each time.

 George Bush

 Heme Bush, I have a better idea.
 Let's you and I get in a live chat room, and you get to hold a bucket of gas and a footlong grill lighter
 ...and let's see which of us leaves the room with a scortched ass?

 ha ha

 I reserve all rights to the video.

 ha ha

 You silly monkey.

 You have no idea how many hundreds have come before you with simliar, fake monkey-bravado,
 only to wussy out when I offered to straighten them out.  If you were half a man, you'd take me up
 on on this offer to debate me live in a private chat room, but like all who came before you, I'll bet
 you're "too busy" to get your clock cleaned by the Oklahoma Simpleton.

 I could give you six months to add people to your team and debate you by myself on tequila.

 Hey - $100 to the American Cancer Society if you get the best of me in this debate.

 ...or are you pro-cancer?

 ha ha

 C'mon, Money - get some friends together, maybe some ditto-monkeys who've read Rush's
 "How to beat a liberal in a debate," and make some easy money for the Cancer Kids - you in?

 Or are you like all that have come before you?

 Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq
 Last issue it was 497  ....this issue it's  times 498

I'm glad it's taking longer than expected for Bush's 500th brave
soldier's death, but does it make a big difference to the family at home
if Daddy died on Saturday instead of Wednesday?

From:    http://lunaville.org/warcasualties/Summary.aspx

 Plus, at least  2849..... 2879  wounded for Bush's illegal oil grab.

David Hackworth says ten percent of the 130,000 have been med evac-d.

 From:  http://www.antiwar.com/ewens/casualties.html


'"A photo taken of the South Carolina native (Capt. Kimberly Hampton, the first woman pilot killed in Iraq)
  as she sat in the cockpit of her helicopter communicated a good-natured openness and self-assurance.
  Her father said she "enjoyed the fact she was making a difference over there trying to help the Iraqi people
  and protect our freedoms in this country. She was very much a patriot." Hampton undoubtedly was a patriot,
  and she was making a difference for the Iraqi people. Americans should be very proud of her and all the troops
  in Iraq. No doubt she truly believed she was protecting "our freedoms in this country." She believed that and
  answered the call because that is what her commander in chief told her. But the most sacred duty civilians have
  to their armed forces is to ensure they are never called to sacrifice their lives unless this nation faces a real threat.
  Bush must be held accountable for Hampton's death. Iraq was the wrong war -- for conservatives, for liberals, for all Americans."
   --Editorial, Star Tribune (Minneapolis)  "The wrong war/Why Iraq was a mistake",


 From: Brandt Boardman

 Subject: What about Hillary?

  Click  Here

 EPA Chief: Superfund Short on Funds
  because Bush stopped the tax on corporate polluters

  Click  Here

 Cleanup work at 11 of the worst toxic dumps in the country hasn't started because
 the Superfund program doesn't have enough money, the EPA's inspector general said.

 Bush doesn't care if children are born with four arms, he wants another big contribution from the polluters.
 This bastard is praised by the press and the scared Democrats alike for being a great president, but these
 super-toxic dumps remain toxic because Bush can make more money by just ignoring the problem.

 We keep going backwards in time, trying to get back to the fifties when there was no pollution, there
 were no homosexuals and niggers knew their place - it's so disgusting, it makes me want to f-ing puke.

 We can either be silent and let the murdering Monkey take us there,
 or we can fight back and refuse to surrender the gains we've made in the last 40 years.

 If you agree, would you consider subscribing to  bartcop.com?

 More subscribers means more anti-GOP power...or would you rather Bush had all the power?

 Subject: Pete Rose

 Hey Bart:

 Listened to the short show on Pete Rose.
 Good one and great sound quality.

 Now I'll have to re-think my stance on Pete and the legality of him betting....
 but I still think he comes across as sort of "slimy."


 Lynn, this "morality test" for the Baseball Hall of Fame is all politics.
 He was the best hitter in baseball history and his big crime is gambling?
 He didn't try to cut his wife's head off - he merely enjoyed financial competition.

 Did you know they disowned Willie Mays because he got a job as a "greeter" at a casino.
 Willie Mays, one of the Mount Rushmore members of the Home Run Club, is disowned by
 baseball because he dared to associate with people who were willing to take a risk to make money.

 I'm sorry, I thought that's what they meant by "capitalism."

 GOP calls Pickles & Bush's mom baby-killers
  Offical RNC website said pro-choicers are killing babies

  Click  Here

 Clark said that "life begins with the mother's decision."
 He would place no restrictions on abortion even up to the moment of birth.
 He added that judges must uphold existing law on abortion.
 Existing law restricts a mother's "right to choose" by placing limits on when a baby can be killed.

 How can pro-lifers vote for the son of a baby killer?
 How can they vote for a chimp who married a baby killer?

 Then the RNC calls the the Catholics names.

"Sorry, Catholics, you're just too nutty to be given the reins of government."

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 Did you see Jennifer Aniston with Little Bart the bear on Wednesday's Entertainment Tonight?

 They showed tape from years ago, tape I'd seen and forgotten of Brad Pitt playing with the original Bart the Bear.
 This Bart is the super-giant bear you saw in Legends of the Fall and that movie with Hannibal and Alec Shweatyballs.

 When Bart stood up, he musta been 8 feet tall, and the Brad Pitt tape showed this 1800 pound bear licking his face.
 The 1800 pound bear licked Brad Pitt's face.

 In last night's tape, Jennfier Aniston (Brad's wife) played with Bart Junior, who seems just as big.
 I mean, once a bear breaks 1200 or 1500 pounds, does it matter?

 After Roy Horn's bad luck with tigers after 35,000 perfect shows, it was kinda scary to see
 Jennifer Aniston trust the friendly LandCruiser with a mouthful of chainsaws to cuddle up to.

 I'm not afraid of 1800 pound bears  or  Karl Rove.

 Jennifer Aniston,  ...who knew?

 Subject: Fox football Pigboy video

 It's gone!
 All I got was a 404 "No such page available" message!!
 Should I be shocked??

 Kevin LeC

 Kevin, no.
 I checked that link personally just before I hit "Send," on the page.
 I tried to "Save target as..." but they blocked it.

 They must've gotten a call from Mr Rove, the cowards.

 Subject: 100th soldier dies in Afghanistan


 While we hold our breath knowing that the 500th US death is right around the corner in Iraq,
 the 100th US soldier dies in Afghanistan.  Sixteen died "liberating" Afghanistan, while 84 have died
 in the 2 years since!  I don't want to even think about extrapolating that "post-war" death rate to Iraq!

 And still no end there, either.
 A year to go.
 How much more damage can Bush do?


 GH, don't tempt Bush asking how many brave men he can kill.
 To him, they're just frogs with firecrackers forced up their butts..
 He enjoys tossing them and watching the crimson "fun."

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 The local NBC bastards didn't give us The West Wing last night.

 Once again - we got college f-ing basketball.
 I hate college f-ing basketball.

 Would anyone be interested in trading a tape (or DVD) of West Wing for a month of BartCop Radio?

 Subject: history lessson

 Greetings Sir.

 Enjoying the site as much as I can, keep up the good work.

 I'm writing to inquire whether or not you could post a little history of the B.F.E.E.?
 While some of us are in the know, I suspect that others might not be as savvy.

 Michael Hyatt

 Mike, off the top of my head, I'd say check out  http://www.consortiumnews.com/
 The head Dude over there is Robert Perry - he broke the Iran Contra scandal.
 He's written books on the B.F.E.E. that are tremendous.

 Another great source is Gregpalast.com
 The B.F.E.E. sued him in England and wonbecause in England,
 telling the truth is no defense against slander - swear to Koresh

 In microcosm, it's an established fact that Prescott Bush worked with Hitler,
 Poppy Bush worked with bin Laden, Noriega, Hezzbolla and Saddam,
 and Monkeyboy will work with (or murder) any evil dictator that Cheney suggests.


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