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 It seems Spiderboy has been here before.  Apparently, he said I was "afraid" of him,
 so we got in the chat room and  here  is how the "debate" ended.

 If he starts that same crap, tonight will be a ninety second debate.


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  In Today's Treehouse...
Dean Support Eroding?
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Cheney - deficits are OK
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Bush hiding from 9-11 panel
Lyons: the 'Ted Baxter' press
Casino plays prank on Bart
Is Bush really a deserter? 
Powell: Maybe we goofed


Quote of the Day

"Every registered voter deserves to have 
  confidence that the system is fair and elections 
  are honest, that every vote is recorded, and that 
  the rules are consistently applied." 
   --Dubya, in 2002, signing "Help America Vote Act"

 This monkey was appointed president after his daddy's 
 friends stopped the counting of legitimate votes.  This 
 nasty-ass crook is famous for saying one thing while 
 his actions prove he believes in just the opposite. 

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  Sunday-Monday   January 25-26, 2004


"One of the most meaningful things that's happened to me since I've been
  the governor - the president - governor - president.  Oops. Ex-governor."
     --Dubya, the talking Disaster Monkey   Attribution

 N.H. Polls Show Dean Support Eroding
  Bush's media keepc saying Dean "unbalanced," public scared

  Click  Here

 One-time front-runner Dean has been losing support among several demographic groups,
 especially middle-age and older women, pollsters say. His supporters have been dwindling,
 leaving largely his original core of younger, liberal adults who helped launch his campaign last spring.

 Dean has even lost support in the rural counties in western New Hampshire bordering Vermont that
 have been his stronghold. Whereas seven in 10 New Hampshire voters saw Dean favorably late last year,
 a third now see him favorably, a third unfavorably and a third remain undecided, according to the ARG poll.

 Have we ever seen the media sharks destroy an innocent man this fast?

 You can't turn on a TV or radio without hearing how "unbalanced" and "unstable" Dean is.
 Sure, his Monday outburst was a little rowdy, but that's called "emotion."
 If he was quieter, they'd say he failed to excite and motivate his followers.

 This pack mentality, of course, dominates FOX whore News and the talk radio Nazis.

 First, the Beltway Boys play the clip and talk about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, Brit Hume (R-Weasel) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, O'Reilly (R-Bastard) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, Hannity (R-C-word) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, Greta (R-Not the worst) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, FOX hits the replay button, and they start all over gain.

 I haven't heard much talk radio this week, but I don't have to - they're all carbon copies.

 First up, Laura the Unloved (R-For Sale) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, the vulgar junkie (R-Pigboy) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, Hannity (R-C-word) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, O'Reilly (R-Bastard) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, Weinerboy (R-Sex with Cadavers) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, Mancow (R-Truly Unstable) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, Randy Humphries (R-Pigboy Wannabe) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.
 Next up, Glenn Beck (R-Pigboy Wannabe) plays the clip and talks about how unbalanced Dean is.

 In America, for the last decade, there has been no voice from the majority.
 It's all Nazi Radio, all Nazi TV  24/7/365.

 The only part I can't figure out is why they're destroying Dean so early...

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

 I'm supporting Howard Dean because the Bush controlled news media has singled him out
 for bad press coverage. This convinces me that Dean is the man that Bush and the right wing press
 are most afraid of. And with good reason to. Although any of the Democrats are better than Bush -
 Dean is someone who gets it when it comes to the war in Iraq being a fraud and he doesn't have
 the burden of having voted for Bush's fake war.

 Marc Perkel

 Prosecutors Reject Limbaugh Proposal
 Guilty of 10 felonies, Rush begs for wrist slap because he's white and rich

  Click  Here

 Prosecutors rejected a proposed deal offered by Rush Limbaugh's attorney
 (Kennedy rape lawyer Roy Black) that would have seen him enter a court-sponsored
 drug intervention program rather than face charges, according to records.

 Instead, prosecutors wanted Limbaugh to plead guilty to the third-degree felony of "doctor shopping"
  - visiting several doctors to receive duplicate prescriptions of a controlled narcotic.

 According to records of exchanges between prosecutors and Black, the prosecutors' offer
 included three years' probation, participation in a drug treatment program and random drug testing.

 Why does he get probation for ten felonies?  Police have his bank records, they have an eye-witness
 and Pigboy's voice on a tape that incriminates him, and the worst he can get is probation?

 Meanwhile, as far as anybody can tell, there is absolutely no proof of Michael Jackson's guilt,
 and Geragos has sworn videotape from the "victim" that nothing ever happened, yet Jackson
 had to endure the humiliation of handcuffs and the purp walk.

 What the fuck is up with that?

 The white, guilty Republican gets probation for ten felonies
 but the black guy gets screwed and is looking at a decade in jail?

 If it's not about race - what's it about?

 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:
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"In 2004, most votes will be "counted" by paperless, unverifiable, eminently
  hackable computer systems, privately owned and secretly programmed by Bush
  supporters from the Religious Right and the military-intelligence complex. "
   --Chris Floyd, Moscow Times,   Attribution

 Has Bush already won the 2004 election?

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

 I was leaning towards Dean until I watched the speeches after Iowa.  Looks to me like Dean is an unorganized fool.
 I will not vote for the hyped-up-football-coach thing -- the damage is irreversible.   Kerry has little charisma, and likely
 not electable.  In my view this leaves Edwards and Clark -- in that order on the ticket.  Edwards has RFK looks and
 is Clinton without the blow jobs.  Together with Clark he will beat the idiot boy king with a margin more than adequate
 to prevent the Supreme Court from making a selection for us.  Kerry will be perfect as Secretary of State.

 Rossy Mole

 Subject: Volume 1240 -  Happy bear

 Dear Sam:

 Tell bart this issue was one of the best since I started reading 3 plus years ago.
 Tell him to be on the lookout for another check via snail mail.  Bart keeps me sane
 and gives me hope we can beat the chickenhawking, deserting, election stealing,
 lying, corporate shilling fraud who is trespassing in the people's White House.

 He deserves jail time but I'll settle for an old fashioned ass whipping in November.
 Fight on, brother.

 Tom C

Clark beating Kerry by 19 points here,
but 24% undecided is hueueueueueueuge.

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 Dueling Quotes

 "It's going to take some additional, considerable period of time (He means after the elections)
   in order to look in all the cubby holes and the ammo dumps and all the places in Iraq where
   you might expect to find something like that.
      --"Snarlin' Dick Cheney, to NPR    Attribution

"I don't think they existed. What everyone was talking about is stockpiles produced
  after the end of the last (1991) Gulf War and I don't think there was a large-scale
  production program in the '90s'"
       --David Kay, the BFEE's hand-picked arms locating expert  Attribution

  Remember the hundreds of Hans Blix jokes?
  Letterman would say, "Hans Blix was supposed to be on the show tonight,
  but he says he can't find any subways in New York City..."  and the crowd
  would just die laughing at what an incompetent idiot Hans Blix was.

  The usual suspects - the networks, the big papers, talk radio and the cable Nazis spent almost
  a year on what a blind "Mr Magoo" Hans Blix was, and now that they have found nothing, proving
  Blix and France and the UN were right to try to cool down the Unelected Murderer's oil hardon,
  and we don't even get a "My bad" from the BFEE.

  Once again, the usual suspects continue to cover up for the never-elected oil robber-barons.

 Subject: Who won the New Hampshire debate?

 a friend's letter to Carville


 The real NH debate winner was Wes Clark.  In an exchange that will backfire on Peter Jennings,
 Clark succeeded in bringing to the fore the AWOL activity of Bush and making the point that he
 has the support of Michael Moore.  Wes Clark has a spine of steel.  And he is no dummy.

 No other candidate inflicted such damage against Bush even though they attacked Bush and generally
 not each other.  Bush's military status, AWOL vs "deserter" has been the most continually talked about
 issue in the debate.  And it knocked the scab off a sore that won't heal throughout the entire campaign.

 Further, Clark has put the emphasis on September 10, 2001, instead of September 11, 2001.
 It shifts the entire emphasis in the campaign to Bush's weakness.  That's why Bush is so scared of Wes Clark.

 Margaret W, Ph.D.

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 Cheney says 'calibrated' deficits are manageable
 That's because he won't be here when it's time to pay for them

  Click  Here

 O'Neill, who was fired by Bush, depicts an administration where Cheney and the political team
 won most arguments on such matters as imposing steel tariffs to protect the domestic industry,
 rejecting a global warming treaty and deciding to go for a third round of tax cuts, despite the growing federal deficit.

 Remember, they can't make any money with peace, and they can't make any money when the economy is good.
 You can't buy a company for a nickle on the dollar when the stock market is booming and regular people have jobs.
 No, those bargains only exist in times of war and recession, so the GOP delivers - every time.


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 For once, press acts just as it should
   by  Gene Lyons       January 21, 2004

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 Given the dreadful standard set during the 2000 campaign, when the Washington insiders who
 set the tone of political coverage at the nation's major newspapers, magazines and TV networks
 conducted themselves like a high school clique trying to fix a prom queen election, the Clark incident
 came as a welcome surprise. Has war sobered them, or has American journalism begun to recover
 from Ted Baxter Syndrome?

 But hold the sociology. First, a quick outline of the ill-fated effort to portray Clark as a two-faced opportunist.
 Whether or not the incident shows GOP fear of facing the former four-star general in the November election,
 as Clark insisted, it definitely indicates that turning the Democratic nominee into a caricature won't be as easy
 as lampooning Al Gore with phony stories like "inventing the Internet," " earth-tone clothing, "etc.

 5 U.S. Troops, 4 Iraqis Killed in Attacks 
  But Bush's media wants to talk about "crazy" Dean and Mars

  Click  Here

 Bomb attacks in central Iraqi towns killed five American soldiers and four Iraqis on Saturday,
 a day after two U.N. security experts arrived in the capital to study the possible return of the UN staffers.

 The deadliest attack took place in Khaldiyah, where a vehicle rigged with explosives drove up to a U.S.
 checkpoint at a bridge and detonated, a witness said. The U.S. military said three American soldiers were
 killed in the attack. Six soldiers and several Iraqi civilians were wounded, the military said.

 About 20 miles away, a roadside bomb went off as a U.S. convoy passed, killing two soldiers.

 The worst part?
 One, two or even five years from now, we might see that same headline again.
 But the networks keep telling us what a "great job" Bush is doing.  They tell us Bush
 is a wise and brave wartime president - ...and he knows what he's doing.

 I'm so old, I remember when America had a free press, but there's no money to be made
 talking about Bush's meat-grinder in Iraq, so let's replay the tape of Dean screeching.
 That sells like crazy, and profit is what America's whore media ia all bout.

 ...who cares how many brave men are dying for Bush's oil grab each day?

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

 I'm voting for John Kerry - war hero and veteran.  Those of us who are veterans would
 be anally deficient to vote for an AWOL unelected chimp.  His entire administration is made up
 of draft dodgers and deserters.  I think Kerry is a good democrat with a solid economic plan.

 The economy is something the current fascist regime has no clue about.  The patriot act is a
 Constitutional rapist, Bill of Rights cluster fuck.  Anyone who votes Republican must have had
 their head in their ass for forty years or more.  The other democrats have about as much integrity
 as a pile of Republican dung.  Clark is a Republican posing as a democrat.  Dean is a nut case
 addicted to ridding the world of homophobia.  That's nice but it doesn't create jobs and it does
 nothing for our mangled veterans from Iraq.  Edwards would make a nice puppy for my ex-girl friend.

 Screw 'em all vote Kerry!!

 Clarence U


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 Dean on Letterman
 Top Ten ways Dean can turn things around

 10. Switch to decaf.

   9. Unveil new slogan, "Vote for Dean and get one dollar off your next purchase at Blimpie."

   8. Marry Rachel on the final episode of "Friends."

   7. Don't change a thing, it's going great.

   6. Show a little more skin.

   5. Go on "American Idol" and give them a taste of those pipes.

   4. Start working out and speaking with an Austrian accent.

   3. I can't give specifics yet, but it involves Ted Danson.

   2. Fire the staffer who suggested I do this lousy Top 10 List instead of actually campaigning.

   1. Oh, I don't know -- maybe fewer, crazy, red-faced rants.

 I didn't see this, myself, but I'm kinda doubting this is a real Letterman Top Ten
 because there were no Clinton/intern jokes. Dave can't do a bit without those.
 It's so sad - Dave was once a funny man...


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"Thanks in part to the recent Bush approved Help America Vote Act (HAVA), squadrons of
  shiny new Touch Screen Trojan horses are being rolled into precincts across America.
  Not, as we are told, to make voting easier or more accurate, or to help disabled people vote
  privately, or to save America from the dangers of hanging chad and butterfly ballots -- no.
  The real reason America is being flooded with billions of dollars worth of paperless
  computerized voting machines is so that no one will ever again be able to prove vote fraud."
   --Victoria Collier, truthout,   Attribution

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

 In choosing a candidate I must first admit that I was caught up listening to the foul mouthed talking heads,
 Limburger and O' Hannity as they tried their best to place Dean in the forefront. Now that the dust has settled
 I do believe that the General is the best overall candidate for the job. Edwards has that quiet appeal but America,
 having been scared to death by the present administration feels the need for a strong military type and the General
 fits the bill. His ties to Bill Clinton and the possiblilty of a Hillary Veep are quite enticing. The General can stand
 toe to toe with Karl Rove and his band of idiots and not flinch. This is what is needed right now. The Neo-Cons
 are really scared of Clark and will tell you as much.  Gotta Love a scared Neo-Con. Looks something like Billy Crystal.

 Kevin S

 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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 What's Bush Hiding From 9/11 Commission?
    by Smoking Joe Conason

  Click  Here

 What Mr. Bush understandably chose not to highlight, however, is his administration's continuing
 determination to undermine, restrict and censor the investigation of the most significant event of
 his Presidency: the attacks on New York and Washington of Sept. 11, 2001.

 The President is fortunate that until now, the bipartisan National Commission on Terrorist Attacks
 Upon the United States has received far less attention than controversies over the design for a
 World Trade Center memorial. At every step, from his opposition to its creation, to his abortive
 appointment of Henry Kissinger as its chair, to his refusal to provide it with adequate funding and
 cooperation, Mr. Bush has treated the commission and its essential work with contempt.

 ...yet the Democrats remain silent.

 Why won't the Democrats do their jobs?
 Why don't they call a press conference, one each day, and demand that Bush stop stalling?

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

 First of all, I will tell you what I told my Democratic Club meeting the other night: "I have agonized over
 this final decision for months - morphing from first supporting Kerry into becoming a Deaniac - until one day
 about a month ago." On that day, I watched a four-star general being interviewed on a radio program that was
 being aired on C-SPAN.

 I had expected to hear him give a great deal of time on things he has background in - supporting our troops and
 veterans, good foreign policy, and getting OBL once and for all. Instead, I heard a Rhodes Scholar blend all of
 that in with other important issues like early childhood education, healthcare and jobs. It was then that I finally
 realized that the man for the nation's Big Chair should be Wes Clark.

 As I write this, I see that the media is going after The General as they did The Doc. I am angry, especially because
 people like Peter Jennings are being totally disrespectful of both a general and a medical doctor. But then again, when
 you have guys like Rove running the media show, the word "respect" is a term that went the way of the federal budget surplus.

 Mad Dog

Year of the Monkey

From  www.bushorchimp.com

The one on the right can control his temper.

 Casino plays prank on Bart

  Click  Here


"We're very concerned about the software, about the security of the ballots.
  If they turn out to be not reliable or can be tampered with, then they're--frankly--useless."
      --Governor Sonny Perdue of Georgia,   Attribution

 A bartcop.com  reader almost gets Wesley Clark to pose with a bartcop sticker live on C-Span.

 If you Click here ->   rtsp://video.c-span.org/project/c04/c04012504_clark.rm  it shows up
 one hour and 17 minutes into the tape. (You can scroll to it.)  This lady in the blue and green coat
 asks Clark about Bush's crooked voting machines and then tried to get him to pose with the sticker.
 He seemed to not know what a "bartcop" was, so I can't blame him for being reluctant.  That's all he needs
 - to get caught posing with a sticker that - for all he knows - is a sticker for NAMBLA or something.

 Whoever you are - thank you for trying.

 BTW, I've never seen an  rtsp  link before, but it works.

 Questions about Bush's military service linger

  Click  Here

 Peter Jennings (R-Moron) questioned Wesley Clark about whether he should have disputed Michael Moore's
 assertion that Bush was a "deserter" from the National Guard in 1972.   Jennings said, "At one point, Mr. Moore said,
 in front of you, that Bush - he's saying he'd like to see you, the general, and President Bush, who he called a 'deserter.'
 Now, that's a reckless charge not supported by the facts. And I was curious to know why you didn't contradict him,
 and whether or not you think it would've been a better example of ethical behavior to have done so."

 Despite Mr. Jennings characterization, the facts relating to the president's military service, beginning in 1968,
 and abruptly ending in 1972 -- two years prior to his six-year commitment -- are not at all clear.

 The best thing to come from that debate was opening this question again.
 If Bush is not a deserter, why can't he prove it?
 If he showed up for duty, why don't the records reflect that?

 The press is so in love with the Disaster Monkey, they won't even ask how many felonies he has.

 Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq
 Last issue it was 504  ....this issue it's  times 512

Damn, eight since the last issue.
I'm so old, I remember when the daily slaughter of our fighting men
was a political liability - but not for the BFEE and their good puppy press.

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

 Powell: It's possible Iraq had no banned arms
  They've been lying for years, about life-and-death matters, but nobody cares

  Click  Here

 Powell acknowledged that they thought Saddam had banned weapons,
 but added, "We had questions that needed to be answered."

"What was it?" he asked. "One hundred tons, 500 tons or zero tons?
 Was it so many liters of anthrax, 10 times that amount or nothing?"

 You mean 508 brave soldiers are dead because Bush was "curious?"

 Colin Powell, you are a lying son of a bitch.  Eleven months ago, you threw your
 briefing papers in the air and said, "I'm not saying this at the UN - this is bullshit!"

 But then your master ordered you to lie - and you did.  The blood of all those dead
 soldiers is on your hands.  You greedy bastards wanted Saddam's oil and you didn't
 care how many soldiers died.

 For a decade, the right-wing owners of the American media held Clinton's feet to the fire
 because Bush the smarter's Somalia engagement blew up - and 18 men died.
 Years later, Bush lies 508 soldiers into their grave and nobosy wants to talk about it.

 On top of everything, we hear wall-to-wall complaints about the "left-wing media bias."
 Don't look at the flag-draped caskets, let's talk about how crazy Howard Dean is - again.

 Sad Sidebar:
 On a hunch, as I was checking the official number of war dead, just before I left that page,
 on a hunch I hit "refresh" (I had never done that before) and the 508 had turned to 511.
 Three more names added to the list in the three minutes I was on that site.
 That's some sad shit, and there's no end in sight.

"Hey, that oil belongs to me!
  That's my oil, and I always get what I want."

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

 The Republicans fear Clark the most.

 He isn't afraid to say he is 1) liberal and 2) a Democrat. His can speak without an advisor
 reading a script into his ear, he can answer questions and is charming without having to call
 everyone Pablo, or some dumbass shit like that. The media literally can't touch Clark on any issue.

 He is the golden child, and anyone who attacks him comes off looking like a psychotic shithead
 who doesn't have the manners to respect a good, descent man. So the Republicans hate him.
 They can easily ridicule every other candidate, but not Clark.

 So that's why I'm voting for him, because he is the candidate the Republicans know they can't beat.

 Jeff C

 Dean over Clark?

  Click  Here


"If the bill collector calls, I will inform him that I have a checkbook which is evidence
  of "possible intent to develop bill-paying programs."  That should satisfy him."
    --Don Dougherty, Lynbrook, New York, "Correspondents' Corner"   Attribution

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 Believe it or not, we got some work done in Vegas.
 I had a chance to sit down with my business manager/arch-pillar Zendaba.

 We held our business meeting in the Luxor, and that place is crazy.
 I have a slight problem with heights, and that nutty Luxor is just crazy.
 It's the biggest room I've ever been in, and it's the world's largest atrium,
 but what struck me is the low railings on the corridors that get you to your room.


 The railing between you and falling 200 feet to your death is maybe 40 inches high.
 I like to think logic mostly guides my way, but I walked next to the outer wall so if, for some reason,
 my body had some kind of jerky "hickup," I would still be alive to tell you about it on the page.

 So anyway, Zendaba has all the organizational skills I don't have.
 He's the type of guy who plots out a plan of action and methodically advances toward a goal.
 (I'll bet he's the type of guy who reads the instruction book before starting assembly of something.)

 He had a lot of good ideas sketched out and we went thru them, one by one.  Along with Perkel and Sam,
 Zendaba has created 24 sub-folders to my incoming mail.  Toons go here, campaign 04 goes here, personal
 mail goes here, urgent mail goes here, monkey mail goes here, etc., so we expect the mail logjam to be reduced greatly.

 But the purpose of this update is to announce the realization that, sadly, I think it is in everyone's best interests
 if I would no longer spend the extra time to  thank individual contributors in a non-personal and private e-mail.

 Zendaba asked me how much time per day I spent thanking individuals for donating and I told him perhaps 90 minutes.
 After realizing what a large chunk of time that was out of each day, it occurred to me we could probably get another
 issue per week and certainly more radio in the can with that time freed.

 I've tried to put this off as long as possible because I know I'm open to charges like, "He thinks he's so important now,"
 but at the end of the day there are only so many hours - so I figured it was time to take this step.  2004 figures to be a busy year,
 and an extra 60-90 minutes per day should allow for a better final product.  Time is flying by so fast, streamlining the operation
 (along with the tsunami of help from Zendaba, Sam and Perkel), should result in increased productivity.

 I believe most people would rather see that extra issue each week than get a "Thanks for that," every month.  It's not as
 personal as an e-mail, but hopefully, it's evidence that the hammer is growing higher.  Sure, this could backfire, but even with help,
 I can't keep up and it's going to be a monsterously busy year trying to rid America of it's never-elected, environment-raping,
 war-raging, Nazi bastard Disaster Monkey.  I hope you agree with my decision.

 Reading that on the page, it sounds like I'm going Howard Hughes or something and that's not the case.
 We are working on something like a newsletter for subscribers as a way to stay in touch and there are other possibilities
 but the individual replies are taking up time that could be used to ridicule the unelected fraud and that really must be done,
 so hang in there. Sam and Zendaba are working many hours to get this under control.  Together, we will succeed.

 Dennis Miller to Give Bush a Free Pass
  Former comedian admits he's on his knees for the Monkey

  Click  Here

 Dennis Miller (R-Former Comedian) has usually been happy to spray
 his acerbic wit across the political spectrum, but things will be different
 on his new CNBC talk program.  Bush is in a mock-free zone.

 "I like him," Miller explained. "I'm going to give him a pass. I take care of my friends."

 Years ago, (I only saw this movie once) there was a scene in Gigolo, starring Richard Gere.
 I forget the circumstances, but Gere was a male prostitute and found himself in trouble,
 so he called his pimp and begged him, "Please take me back - I'll do anything.
 I'll even do kink if that's what it takes, but please - I need to work."

 That's what this goofy whore Miller has become.
 He'll suck anything to make a buck - even the never-elected dictator.

 But, since he's sold out to the BFEE, he's going to be incredibly rich.
 That money feels good, doesn't it, Dennis?  But was it worth your soul?
 Was it worth your self-respect to throw away your dignity for those extra dollars?

 These days, Miller's audience consists of rich, white Republicans with money.
 You can't be funny when you're trying to make a rich, white Republican laugh.

 Hey Dennis, when you look back at the funny, first half of your career,
 do you cringe when you see yourself being honest with your audience?

 The former comedian's new whorefest premier's tonight.

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"The call of "trust us, we're experts" took a blow this summer when the Cleveland Plain Dealer
  outted Diebold chief executive Walden O'Dell as a major GOP operative.  In addition to hosting
  a $1,000-a-plate fundraiser at his Columbus, Ohio, home, ODell sent out solicitations boasting that
  he's "committed to helping Ohio deliver its electoral votes to the president next year."
    --Mother Jones,   Attribution

 We don't care - we trust Dubya, so there's no need to bother.

 Housekeeping II

 As we step up the pace of , we have another expense:
 Tommy Mack says Show 24 took over 8 hours to assemble. Our conversation alone had 400 edits
 (We have to edit that much because I'm a small-brained person.)

 He says one reason it takes so long is because his Mac is a 1998 model.
 Think how much better and faster 2004 computers are than 1998 computers.

 He can cut that time in half if he gets a new Mac which is in the $2500-3000 neighborhood.
 I'm putting that on my Southwest Airlines VISA card today, and sure, I'll have thirty days
 before they start charging interest - in case you wanted to help us out with this.

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 I'm working on bits for Show 26 now.

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