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Dean jokes about 'screeching'
Mars eats Spirit Rover
Who I'm voting for and why...
Clark driving Nazi's crazy
Did Kerry win Iowa?
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Quote of the Day

"This is, in fact, a continuation of this administration's 
  auctioning of the government. It's like an auction 
  on eBay, except the only people that get to bid are
  corporate lobbyists." 
  --John Edwards, on the Bush energy and Medicare bills

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"Don't believe Bush's hand-wringing over its pathetic record on employment.
  The president's backers want a stagnant job market -- it keeps the help from getting uppity."
       --James K. Galbraith, "The no jobs president"     Attribution

 That's why they spent $200 million to install the illegal monkey - to kill jobs.
 Clinton created 22,000,000 jobs, and Bush has lost 3,000,000 jobs but the networks,
 the big newspapers, talk radio and the cable channels say he's the best economic president ever.

 Dean jokes about 'screeching' in Iowa

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 A hoarse Howard Dean joked on Thursday about his nationally televised outburst,
 saying his voice had not recovered from his Iowa "screeching" after he lost the first major test.

 His performance has been widely lampooned on the Internet, and late-night talk shows, but it also
 has become a distraction and a problem for his campaign, reinforcing Dean's image among some as
 an "angry" candidate who does not have the temperament to be president. Many of his advisers
 were dismayed when they saw replays of the speech.

 As bad as that was, Dean's joking about it is the perfect remedy.
 His staff seems to be giving him better advice.

 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 I'm a Howard Dean fan.  I spotted him early and loved the way he was willing and eager to call Bush
 on his phony war when everybody else was afraid of being unpatriotic.  Howard Dean more than any
 other Democrat has shown the guts and determination necessary to beat Bush.

 Having said that,  I have to agree with old Bartcop that the ideal ticket is Clark/Dean.  It would be a classic
 good cop bad cop combination...the four star general/southern gentleman with his brilliant record of accomplishments
 alongside the bare knuckle/pit bull Dean.  Wes could stay above the fray and act presidential while Dean could be the
 fighting VP covering Wes's back and giving the Repubs the redass on a daily basis.  .

 Mike in Las Vegas

 NASA: Spirit Rover Not Sending Data

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 NASA's Spirit rover stopped transmitting data from Mars for more than 24 hours,
 mission managers said Thursday, calling it an "extremely serious anomaly."

 NASA last heard from Spirit early Wednesday, its 18th day on Mars. Since then, it has
 only sporadically returned random, meaningless radio noise, scientists said. Initially, the
 scientists believed weather problems on Earth caused the glitch. They said they now
 believe the rover is experiencing hardware or software problems.

"This is a serious problem. This is an extremely serious anomaly," project manager Pete Theisinger said.

 They didn't say, but I wonder if they bought their Rover from Comp USA.
 You see, at Comp USA, they have know-nothing dorks selling guaranteed-to-break crap.
 Is NASA another victim of Comp USA?

 Note: If you'd like to say who you're voting for and explain why, send it to  bartcop@bartcop.com

 A couple of rules:
Send plain text only - no html or crazy fonts or colors.
I underlined for because I don't care which candidates you hate. (but Lieberman-bashing is OK :)
Make it short, 2-3 paragraphs, and write it yourself - don't copy and paste.
Last thing - please say something. Don't say, "He's the man" or "He's the perfect candidate,"
     If you're good, you might even change a fence-sitter's mind.

  Dueling Quotes

"Any appointment of a federal judge during a recess should be opposed."
  --Sen Trent Lott (R-Hates Blacks) opposing the appointment of an African American judge, December 2000

"Judge Pickering's record deems this recess appointment fully appropriate."
 --Sen. Trent Lott (R-Loves Cross-burners), 1/17/04, Attribution

 If the swastika fits, you must admit.

 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 In a perfect world, I'd be voting for Kucinich (how can you NOT like a guy who wants
 a Peace Department in the gov't), but since I know there is no way he'd be elected
 President, I'm voting for Howard Dean.  He's the only candidate who's spoken out
 from the start, loud and clear, against Bush's policies at home and abroad.

 I am not opposed to Kerry or Clark either, but I started supporting Dean
 from the beginning, and I'm still behind him now!



"It's the kind of place where people stand outside the door and say, `I can't wait to get inside;
  I'm going to tell him what for.' They walk in this place, the first words out of their mouth are,
 `Mr. President, man, you're looking good.'"
     --  the delusional monkey, trying to string words together ...like an adult Attribution

 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 I was won over by Gen. Clark from the moment I saw him on Bill Maher, before he had even announced that he
 was officially running. He was saying that he wanted peace and to work things out like grown ups should,
 talking. Imagine that, just sitting down and working stuff out. I thought this guy was a genius. After
 that, the more I saw the more I liked. He has an unswaying diginity and an undeniable honor that comes
 through in everything he does. He's not attacked anyone that didn't attack him first and his response
 is just a response not an open floodgate for bashing.

 He is the kind of American you think of when you think of what's good about America.
 Not the lazy, lying, rich kid, bully, corporate puppet we've got now.


 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 I'm voting for Howard Dean because he's the first candidate in a long, long time to respect the youth vote.
 He has mobilized me and thousands of other young people to political activism and in doing so, has
 completely shiffted the dominant lens through which election strategy is viewed.


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 "This is like lobbing a snowball at a forest fire. This administration is
   dancing dangerously around the issue of homosexual marriage."
    --Sandy Rios, president of Concerned Women of America, one of the largest conservative
       Christian advocacy groups, on pressuring President Bush to champion a constitutional
       amendment prohibiting same-sex marriage in his State of the Union speech next week   Attribution

 Isn't it odd that these religiously-insane handjobs spend so much time,
 money and energy figuring out different ways to screw gay people?
 That is so not what Jesus would've done, but then again, Jesus was a liberal.

 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 Clark in the CA primary and in the general election :)

 Dean was doing well but he has no media savvy apparently.
 While we all know he is not the angry, demented, frothing-at-the-mouth candidate the whores
 are making him out to be, his stoopid performance after Iowa is gonna be a death knell I'm afraid.
 The whores are playing it endlessly. Endlessly clowning about Dean, as Somerby would say.

 Clark's demeanor so far has been cool and rational yet in-your-face at the same time.
 Just what we need!


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 Fear of Clark driving Nazi machine crazy

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 The rationale is simple:
 1. We still want Dean to be the nominee so Bush can crush him and have long coattails.
 2. The biggest threat to a Dean nomination is no longer Gephardt, Kerry or Edwards. It's Weasel Clark, for all the reasons outlined below.
 3. To help Dean, we have to bring down Clark's vote totals in the crucial states of New Hampshire and South Carolina.
 4. In New Hampshire, donating to neighbouring-son John Kerry will help ensure that Clark won't surpass expectations by finishing ahead of Kerry.
 5. In South Carolina, Clark can be stopped by neighbouring-son John Edwards.

 If they can get a Kerry win in New Hampshire and an Edwards win in South Carolina,
 they will feel they have neutralized Clark, at which point they then turn on Edwards as
 well as Kerry, and start pushing Dean like they had before..

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 Did Kerry win Iowa?

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 Some say it was that Skull & Bones "magic."

 Cooking with the BFEE 

 Jeb Crows's Banana Republic Bread


 1 North American Land Mass
 1 Cup Freshly Squeezed Katherine Harris
 2/3 Cup "Jeb Crow" Brand Voter Purge
 1 Well Greased Republican Plan
 5/4 Cup Partisan Supreme Court
 2 Cups "Get Over It"

 DIRECTIONS: Acquire a North American Land Mass with free Constitutional Democracy.
 Let stand for 224 years. Then, mix 1 cup freshly squeezed Katherine Harris with 2/3
 cup "Jeb Crow" Brand voter purge, secretly straining out 57,000 black voters. Place
 remaining ingredients in a Well Greased Republican Plan and stir in 5/4 cup Partisan
 Supreme Court, followed by 2 cups of "Get Over It." Pre-count oven to 537 votes and
 bake until brother George is appointed King and America resembles Argentina.

 SUGGESTED WINE: Pinochet Grigio

 SERVES: Bush Crime Family and Corporate Fascist Friends

 George W's Fascist American Pie


 1 U.S. Presidential Office
 3 Cups 9/11 Attack
 2 Cups Anthrax Fear
 4 Cups "Orwellian" Brand Patriot Act
 1 Roll Duct Tape
 8oz Government Media Control
 1 Halliburton Baking Pan
 500 American Soldiers

 DIRECTIONS: After following Jeb's recipe, add freshly appointed U.S. Presidential Office.
 Next, let 3 cups 9/11 Attack happen while sprinkling in 2 cups Anthrax Fear and 1 roll Duct Tape.
 Now, according to it's constituency, discreetly add 4 cups "Orwellian" Brand Patriot Act and blend
 with 8 oz Government Media Control. Mix well, extracting civil rights while ensuring the confusion of the people.
 Then, after carefully removing any references to Osama Bin Laden, casually switch ingredients to a very well oiled
 Halliburton Baking Pan and place in pre-planned Saddam oven. Trim away any French dissent that may appear.
 American dissent can be reduced by sprinkling liberal Daschles with treasonings. Generously squander 500
 American Soldiers to taste, discarding any wounded or maimed, while attending to fundraisers, not funerals.
 Bake until Liberal's heads have exploded, planet's resources are looted, and Bush & Cronies bank accounts
 are full, as all three are served at once.

 Recommended Side: Condoleeza's Rice

 Suggested Wines: Ahmed Chablis, White Infidel

 Serves: To prove it can happen here.

 Thanks to veniceantiques

 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 My gut feeling - had they not announced early on that they would withhold endorsement during the primaries,
 President & Senator Clinton would both be supporting the General.Senator Clinton was once asked,
"If the party's nominee came to you and said that the only way they could beat Bush was with you as
 their running mate, would you consider joining the ticket?". You see where I'm going with this?

 Clark / Clinton in '04 will be a juggernaut!  Unfortunately, after they are elected they will be forced to
 endure ten times the abuse that the GOP heaped on President Clinton. Fortunately, of all the dems,
 they'll be able to handle it best!   Doing my part on 2/7/4 @ the Michigan caucus...


  Infiltration of files seen as extensive
 Senate panel's GOP staff spied on Democrats
  Gutless Demos afraid to object - Mr Rove might not approve

  Click  Here

 The emerging scope of the GOP surveillance of confidential Democratic files represents a major escalation
 in partisan warfare over judicial appointments. The bitter fight traces back to 1987, when Democrats
 torpedoed Robert Bork's nomination to the Supreme Court. In the 1990s, Republicans blocked many of
 Clinton's nominees. Since Bush took office, those roles have been reversed.

 Against that backdrop, both sides have something to gain and lose from the investigation into the computer files.
 For Democrats, the scandal highlights GOP dirty tricks that could result in ethics complaints to the Senate and
 the Washington Bar -- or even criminal charges under computer intrusion laws.

 The gutless cowards should raise a stink over this, but they won't - they never do.
 That's why the GOP continues to kick them in the balls, or would if they had balls.

 How did I end up in a party of gutless, tutu-wearing geldings?

 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 I would like to say that I will support anyone who garners the democratic nomination with my vote in november.
 If by some bizarro world conniption fit Lieberman, or Howard Hughes' Famous urine collection or a stack of two by fours
 get the nomination, i'm with Lieb-urine-or 2x4's. Any would be an improvement and bring more integrity to the office than
 the present occupant-though I might root for the latter 2 over the former if we had  to wait for the third ballot.

 Realize what happens if dub has an opportunity to suspend the constitution and or pack the SCOTUS with a 6-3
 reactionary (activist) majority. A federal judiciary that won't have to worry about anti-Roe decisions even being
 considered by the court on appeal- a court more than happy to rig 2008 for jeb and overturn automatically anything
 out of the 9th court of appeals. This could be endgame for a generation of progressive ideals and nothing terrifies me more.



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"The President mentioned the words "terror" and "terrorism" so many times tonight
  that it's clear to me that he is promoting a culture of fear. It's unfortunate because
  he could have done something more calming and healing for the nation.
  Instead he chose to continue to raise the red flag of terror."
      --Dennis Kucinich, reacting to Bush's pack-of-lies speech   Attribution

 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 I am going to vote for Howard Dean.  He began his campaign more than a year ago because of what Bush was doing
 to the economy.  Shortly thereafter, he attracted more people to his campaign by his courageous stand against the war.

 He is willing to take stands that are unpopular and I like that.  He also delivered health care in his home state and is big
 on alternative sources of energy.  Besides his stands on the issues, what I really loved about him was that he challenged
 the pink tutus to stand for something.  Until Dean came along, the establishment candidates were basing their rhetoric on
 focus groups and polls.  Also, his campaign is fueled by regular people (the grassroots) as opposed to the usual big donors
 who decide who our candidate should be and keep us out of their big money fund-raising dinners.  I like the fact that he
 makes everybody feel like they are an important part of the process.

 Maria in CA.

 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.

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 Dems Rap Bush, but Not Each Other in N.H.
  There's a headline I never thought we'd see

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 Democratic presidential contenders attacked Bush's handling of the economy and Iraq.
"I look forward to that fight," said Kerry, leader in the polls for Tuesday's primary.

 Dean sought to minimize any damage from a memorably long and loud post-caucus speech
 he made to supporters, while Wesley Clark strongly defended his Democratic credentials.

"I'm pro-choice, pro-affirmative action, pro-environment and pro-labor," he said.
"I was either going to be the loneliest Republican in America or I was going to be a happy Democrat."

 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 John Kerry has what it will take to stand up to bush i like Clark but  they will say
 he was for the war i know he wasnt but that is what they will say he was at one of
 his fun raising  they will use that Kerry also has two bronze stars and one silver
 star and a couple purple hearts I was in the 16inf ww2 Ihold one purple heart and
 one bronze star any one can get a purple heart but to get a bronze star or silver
 star you had to do your job no matter how scared you were.

 Fred D

 That reminds me - my friend Coop in Australia has been saying for a year that "Kerry's the man!"
 Some where buried in the mail is a very hot letter from him :)

 It's about the money
   by Molly Ivins

  Click  Here

 My fellow Americans, the state of the union's finances is enough to make an Enron accountant gag.
 When George W. Bush took office, he was handed a going concern. Projected annual surpluses from
 2002 to 2011 were $5.6 trillion. In its most recent projection, the Congressional Budget Office says it
 expects $1.4 trillion in total deficits from 2004 to 2013. Bush's new future spending proposals -- including
 everything from the goofy manned-flight-to-Mars to the promotion of marriage -- already total an additional
 $2 trillion.  It is unclear to me why anyone would believe anything the president says about our fiscal situation.


"The shrub is a vicious, lying, hate-mongering, misogynistic, Nazi bigot with no morals or conscience.
  That's not an opinion, that's a fact.
   --  Jim

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 Franken responds to Bush's SotU lies

  Click  Here   then scroll down or search for 'franken"

  It's an MP3 file, not text.

 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 I am voting for Clark for one simple reason.  He WAS a general.
 There is no way to attack this man as weak on defense or our war on terror.

 All the photo ops on carriers won't save Bush from that.  It is a known fact that
 Karl Rove is terrified of going up against Clark.  Edwards would make a great VP.
 He looks the part and is TV friendly and a good speaker which in the TV era is more
 important than anything else a Vice President can bring to the table.

 We can win this in 2004 with just the right combination of righteous indignation and the facts
 to expose this horrible travesty of a presidency that plagued the world for the last four years.


 State of the Union Picture Contest

  Click  Here   for the set up

  Click  Here  to see this year's submissions

 Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq
 Last issue it was 503  ....this issue it's  times 504
From:    http://lunaville.org/warcasualties/Summary.aspx

 Barry Crimmins - SotU Reply

  Click  Here

 GWB: As we gather tonight, hundreds of thousands of American servicemen and women are
 deployed across the world in the war on terror.  By bringing hope to the oppressed, and
 delivering justice to the violent, they are making America more secure.

 Crimmins: They are delivering justice, alright. They are delivering it by telling the truth about the neglect,
 shoddy equipment, dangerous circumstances and muddled mission that has been inflicted upon them.
 The wounded, who've returned to abysmally poor treatment and benefits, will soon gather enough strength
 to seek some justice of their own. The dead, although brought into our nation under the shroud of darkness
 in an attempt to minimize the significance of their sacrifice, have filled some 600 graves that will forever
 remind the world of your callous wasting of their lives. Thousands and thousands of more such graves
 bespeak the same needless horror in Afghanistan and Iraq.

 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 I'm voting for Wesley Clark because he actually has policy papers that make sense.
 Have you seen his policy paper on Iraq withdrawal? It has nouns and verbs, strung together,
 and they make complete sentences and everything. I think I even saw some adjectives in there, too.

 He seems to have a plan for domestic and international policy that may bring some relief to the
 insanity hangover we will experience once Bush is out of office.

 Clark has a brain, and he uses it.
 One clear, quiet voice will still the maniacs. Clark has that voice. And my vote.


 Clark interview with gay magazine

  Click  Here

 When it comes to gay issues, what makes you a better presidential candidate?
 I've been in the armed forces. I've been at the very center of the firestorm.
 I know what it's like out there.
 And I've had people who have come up to see me about it since I've been out
 ( think he means army, not closet) - gay and lesbian people who need help.

 What are they saying?
 They tell me that they want it fixed, and I agree.
 The armed forces are the last institution in America that discriminates against people.
 It ought to be the first that doesn't. They ought to have the right to be who they are.
 They shouldn't have to conceal their identities. You know, there are different models
  - the British have a model - and there is no impact on combat readiness. It's a bogus issue.

 Date: Monday ,

 Event: boot insertion, Spiderboy's ass

 When: 9 PM CST Monday, whenever the next Monday is...

 Purpose:  I enjoy hearing them beg for mercy.

 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 I am voting for Clark because we need someone strong to stand up against the Bush machine.
 Bush is an idiot but his people are a force to be reckoned with.  They can't use lack of patriotism,
 or hate America first, or he fathered an illegitimate black daughter or any other outright lies and slurs
 against Clark, so they have no choice but to meet him head on and hope for the best, which means-- bu bye Bush.

 I would really love to see that Mental Midget Bush get bitch slapped by the Rhodes Scholar kick ass General.
 I also think Clark is strong enough to get things done in Washington, Republican majority or not.



"The state of the union may look rosy from the White House balcony or the suites of
  George Bush's wealthiest donors. But hard-working Americans will see through this
  President's effort to wrap his radical agenda with a compassionate ribbon."
    --Howard Dean,  reacting to Bush's pack-of-lies speech    Attribution

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 Subject: Who I'm voting for and why...

 Today's issue (Vol 1240 -  Happy bear ) was one of the greats.  Thanks for that.

 A note about General Clark: did anyone hear his response when asked by a reporter in
 very accusing tone, "Are you a liberal?"  Clark responded somewhat indignant (paraphrased) ,
"Of course, I'm a liberal.  America is a liberal nation, founded on liberal principles and for entirely
 liberal reasons.  Everything about America, as it was intended, is liberal.  I am an American,
 so of course I'm a liberal.  And I'm very proud of that".

 ...another rare, defining moment in American politics brought to us by General Clark after years
 of ongoing wussiedom from the Democrats.  And let us not forget his appearance on FOX News.

 I voted early for General Clark today in the Tennessee primary.  The reasons are obvious.


 Bob, BTW, the title Happy Bear comes from something we saw on the Animal Planet network.
 I mentioned Jennifer Aniston playing with a real live 1200 grizzly.

 I know it sounds crazy, esp after Roy Horn, but this giant grizzly bear, Little Bart, does tricks.
 If you say "Happy bear" to him, swear to Koresh, he starts jumping into the air, again and again,
 on all fours and it's just about the nuttiest thing I've ever seen.

 Bart's trainer also puts his head inside Bart's giant mouth - amazing stuff.

 Bush prefers Canadian Pretty boys

  Click  Here

 The President chuckled. "Well, you got a pretty face," he told the surprised Mr. Reid. He wasn't done.
"You got a pretty face," he said again. "You're a good-looking guy. Better looking than my Scott anyway."

 President Dickwad has the brain of a nine year old.
 Koresh, I wish he wouldn't speak unless Condi writes the script.

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"Tonight, more than eight million Americans are out of work. But President Bush will pledge to
  spend trillions to privatize Social Security and make his tax cuts for the very rich permanent,
  locking in an unfair advantage for those who need it least ...
    --Wesley K. Clark, reacting to Bush's pack-of-lies speech   Attribution


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