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by Bruce Yurgil
Quote of the Day
"John Edwards keeps saying there are
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Tim Russert: You had originally endorsed
General Wesley Clark. You now have embraced John Kerry.
Are you convinced there's absolutely nothing in Senator Kerry's background that would derail his candidacy"
Charlie Rangel: No, but I'm not convinced
there's nothing in Bush's background that would derail his presidency.
When you say absolutely - nothing is absolute. But I think really it's shameful that these rumors will be put on
the Internet and be attached and attributed to the National Republican Committee.
--Exchange on Meet Bush's Whore, Attribution
Light did not photograph Jane Fonda on that warm June Sunday in 1971.
The actress did not even attend.
But when republicans began e-mailing Light's
picture to one another four days ago,
it depicted Fonda standing by Kerry's side. The photo had been doctored.
"I'm horrified," said Light.
"I have never had a relationship with Senator
Kerry, and the rumors in the press are completely false.
I just deny it categorically. It's rumor. It's untrue. And that's the last time I intend to respond to questions about it."
--Alexandra Polier, responding to the lies of Matt Drudge and the RNC Attribution
"I have suggested to some people who are my advocates, who have gone to that line of attack
-- it's not one that I plan to do, so I've asked them not to," Kerry said at Sunday night's debate.
Kerry had sounded eager just twelve days
earlier to focus on charges that Bush went AWOL
in 1972, telling the Boston Globe, "I think it's up to the president and the military to answer those questions."
But Kerry began to back away from the issue
on Feb. 10, a day after NewsMax.com and Rush Limbaugh's
web site published photographic evidence of his association with the woman known as "Hanoi Jane."
This is the photo that proves Kerry's "association" with Fonda?
That night ABC "World News Tonight" reported,
"Democrats, including John Kerry,
have sought to fuel the Bush AWOL controversy -- but today, Kerry suddenly backed away."
Isn't this just perfect?
Suddenly, I'm a bigger fan of Al Gore.
He waited until the debates to cave in and stop fighting.
"During Monday's program, I posed some questions
about Alex Polier, the woman now denying any affair
with John F. Kerry: When did she leave the United States? Who made her reservations? Who paid for her ticket?
How long will she be gone? How is she earning a living? When was the last time she talked to Kerry, or someone
from his campaign, and about what? If this were Bush, those would be the questions that were being asked.
The denials would not be satisfactory."
--Rush the vulgar Pigboy, Attribution
But Rush, she didn't tell lies that killed 540 soldiers.
There's no reason to investigate every lie Drudge and the RNC tell.
Dean's latest campaign chairman quits
Howard Dean shook up his campaign for the second time in just over two weeks,
revealing that national chairman Steve Grossman is out.
In a stunning disclosure to reporters in
advance of an appearance in La Crosse, Wis.,
Dean said he had not talked to Grossman since publication of remarks in which Grossman
said he expected the former Vermont governor to curtail his campaign if he fails to win in Wisconsin.
"I have not talked to him since this came out
in the newspaper," Dean said. "I'll speak for the campaign."
Kerry caves in, Dean's beating his head
against a brick wall - remind me why I'm a Democrat.
Are we going to get another four years of Bush because our side refuses to fight?
Hatfield was set up to 'break' the coke story. Rove knew Jim had a conviction himself and could thus be
discredited as a source. That was exactly what happened. Fortunate Son was released and the Bush clan
had it withdrawn and burnt (yes my shocked little ones, burnt) After Softskull press took up the publishing
and distribution, a process detailed in the documentary "Horns and Halos," Hatfield received death threats
and had a breakdown which culminated in him committing suicide.
Otter is a class act with insight.
He's able to look past the headline and piece the puzzle together.
MacDonald had a judge ...
Scalia quacks like a duck to downplay conflict of interest
Quack, quack. So much for the constitutionally mandated separation of powers.
Quack, quack. Say goodbye to judicial integrity.
Quack, quack. Forget about holding
the nation's vice president accountable for his dealings. Quack, quack. Trash the right
of citizens to transparent government. Quack, quack.
After all, it was Scalia who led the Supreme
Court with flimsy legal logic to validate the
dubious 2000 Florida election results that were the difference in placing the current
president in power. This time he may have gone too far in shredding the Supreme
Court's vaunted reputation of impartiality..
Beatles 40th anniversary under-played?
I say Yes.
You kids won't get any of this, but the GOP murdered JFK in Dallas
right before our fucking eyes, and all we could do was take it.
Hey, hate me because I used a bad word.
There was no WWW then - we had no way to organize or fight back.
All we could do was accept the government's lies and move on.
Less than 90 days after the GOP (or the BFEE?) murdered JFK, the
Beatles came along and,
mostly thru John Lennon, they told us we didn't have to accept the horseshit the government fed us,
we didn't have to murder Vietnamese farmers, we could change women's status as "nigger of the world,"
and we could cast the religiously-insane demons of the past off, and treat each other with dignity.
You kids have no idea what the Beatles did for you.
The Beatles invented "wear your hair like you want to, not like they tell you."
The Beatles invented "grow your hair until Nixon stops killing innocent people."
The Beatles invented "wear blue jeans onstage of you like."
The Beatles re-invented show business, and they rarely get the credit for it.
The Beatles invented honesty in show business, and tore the lid off hypocrisy.
They could've taken the Limbaugh/Bush/Reagan path and simply
abused the power they had,
but instead, they chose to educate, elighten, progress and make clear the world's problems.
You kids have no idea how much you owe the Beatles.
From: Rude Badger
Both Kerry and Fonda shared their pro-communist
ideologies with the public under the guise of
supporting a "peace movement" which, just by coincidence, would have only really aided several communist dictatorships.
"Peace" and "Freedom" are really nice words, but
those words don't save you from some crazed mother-effer with a gun
or a big enough lie trying todominate your nation or your life.
Kerry is either a dupe, a liar or a fool.
Christ, haven't we've had enough of those in the White House already?!
The fact remains, while Kerry was earning
medals for bravery in Vietnam, Bush was AWOL and drunk,
snorting cocaine and screwing Mexican hookers after signing a pledge to the National Guard.
(How do you think a mental defective could learn Spanish?)
Remember, they f-ing shot Eddie Slovik for doing what Bush did.
Eddie Slovik (1920 - January 31, 1945), a private in the United States Army, was the first soldier
to be executed for desertion since the American Civil War. There have since been no executions
for desertion in the US armed forces.
You're right - we have a dupe, a liar and
a fool in the White House.
He's a deserter, too.
Subject: Columbia explosion from an Israeli satellite
Bart, these are sequential pictures of the
Shuttle Explosion, taken from an Israeli Satellite in space.
They were taken....obviously, just as the Shuttle began to explode over the Earth.
Roger, my IQ is 64, not 24.
That looks more like a clip from Armageddon.
HOT! Visit www.deckofbush.com for your deck today!
"We don't need a president who just says, `Gentlemen
start your engines'.
We need a president who says, `America, let's start our economy and put people back to work"
--John Kerry, saying the Pinhead posed for a "photo op" the country was bleeding jobs Attribution
I just wanted to thank you for putting my
I would buy advertising, but I am poor, but not stupid.
I write because "bush" is the biggest disaster
this country has ever suffered,
and I am a patriot doing what I can do. You are doing a wonderful job of informing
the populace with a light enough note not to leave them depressed. I agree that the dems
need more courage. I'm a green, but this year I will vote Democratic (abb).
I proudly voted for the real elected president
(Gore) in the last election.
I think BFEE is an absolutely accurate title for the current world menace.
You're doing something everyday that should leave you proud.
Keep on keepin' on.
Your comrade in arms ("the pen is mightier
than the sword.")
Breaking her silence four days after whore Drudge made the allegation, Alexandra Polier issued a statement saying,
"I have never had a relationship with Senator Kerry, and the rumors in the press are completely false."
Polier also took issue with reports that
referred to her as a former Kerry intern.
"I never interned or worked for John Kerry," she told AP over the phone.
"You hear people in Washington saying,
'Oh let's not make the tax cuts permanent.'
When you hear somebody say that, they're saying 'We're gonna tax you. We're gonna raise your taxes'."
--Dubya, borrowing money with our signature to give the billionaires more cash Attribution
OK, let's be fair:
We all got a $300 loan from Bush while the big guys got billions.
If you're doing better than you were doing on January 20, 2001
- vote for Bush.
If not, vote your wallet and save some soldier's lives as a bonus.
May Be Slipping Into Civil War
...but the press still says Bush knows what he's doing
Sunni politicians speak angrily of U.S. bias toward their Shiite rivals. Kurds are more outspoken
in demanding self rule - (Bush owes them for capturing Saddam) if not independence. And someone
- perhaps al-Qaida, perhaps Saddam loyalists - killed more than 100 people in recent suicide bombings.
Rivalry and resentment among Iraq's ethnic
and religious groups have become much more pronounced since
Saddam's ouster in April. And those tensions are rising as various groups jockey for position with the
approaching June 30 deadline for Iraqis to retake power
The fault lines are emerging for a possible
...and it's all because Bush and Blair lied that Iraq was 45 minutes from hitting the East Coast.
Marty's Entertainment Page
"Bush goes into Iraq and then three weeks in
the battle stands on an aircraft carrier,
dressing up pretending to be a super hero, and the guy hardly showed up for drills
in Alabama. He got favorable treatment in Vietnam."
--Max Cleland, Attribution
Subject: Cancelled subscriptions? What the @#$ is wrong with people??
Keep your chin up. I was very disheartened
to read about your subscription cancellations.
I don't understand why you would have had so many.
Was it anger at your offering the radio show for free? If so, that's absurd.
If you look at the history of the once free
Napster, any artist who embraced the site had record CD sales.
People will pay for quality, even when they can get it for nothing.
That might be true for Republicans...:)
Your web page is still the lifeblood of
the Bartcop nation, of course, but I support what you are trying to do
with the radio show--well, not *financially* support at this time, but I've got your back, buddy.
Happy Presidents' Day to you and the missus.
As a rule, I tell depression and stress to eat me, but this was so damn unexpected.
Dumbass that I am, I ran to my computer Monday morning hoping to see new subscribers
but what I got was the most subscription cancellations ever in one day.
Maybe people are telling me "If you're going to give it away, why should I pay for it?"
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Dubya's Wonder Years
Even after finally releasing all his military records late Friday, following four years of requests,
it is clear that Bush did not fulfill his obligations to the Air National Guard.
Nevertheless, a nice reader from Staunton
e-mailed me to demand that I apologize to the community because:
"You do not call the president of the United States a coward - ever."
The president of the United States is a
coward. Oops. Sorry. Actually, the president of the United States was a
His bravery toward the war with Iraq, and sending other parents' children to fight it, is unquestionable.
He's also spending our tax dollars like
a drunken Democrat vacationing on Martha's Vineyard.
Bush's half-a-trillion-dollar deficit is triggering a near mutiny among his own party.
Subject: the best president we never had
There are two Wes Clarks.
First, there's the Wes Clark who sees service
as his highest calling.
A deeply patriotic man who believes that dissent protects democracy and that it is the patriotic duty
of every American to hold our government accountable - especially in a time of war. A man who
makes us look within ourselves and realize that we can and must make a difference. This Wes Clark
moved thousands of us from across the country to draft him to run for president. Something about this
man speaks to us in a way that no politician ever has. Many of us see him as this generation's John Kennedy.
Then there's the Wes Clark that the right-wing
hit machine managed to create from thin air.
He was called a flip-flopper, a nut and creepy. His positions and statements were parsed and
twisted to present him in the worst possible light. Sadly, the media were all too eager to take
whatever dirt was tossed out and propagate it without regard for whether it was accurate or factual.
Unfortunately, in the end, the hit machine
won. But it's America's loss.
Gen. Wes Clark is the best president this country never had.
Greg in Plano
"I can't forget Florida. I really can't forget
Florida. It took a long time for my people to get the right to vote.
And once they got it, they did it the way that they should have. We won the popular vote. And then all of a sudden,
the Supreme Court comes in and says, "We got enough votes for Bush. Stop counting." And that's what happened...
We will never, never, never forget Florida. This is the only time that we have an appointed president in our history."
--Charlie Rangel, forgetting about Nixon's appointment of Ford Attribution
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"I think politics should be an honorable exchange
over policies and issues and ideas and not just slander.
And that's--frankly, there's just--these charges against the president are nothing short of slander.
Now, nobody's going to bring a lawsuit here. But I do think that when you look at the records,
the American people will come to that judgment."
--Ed Gillespie, chairman of the Republican Party and former Enron lobbyist (that's how he got the RNC job)
who forgets that the voters chose Gore in 2000 but the Crooked Court said, "Oh, no!" then and screwed us Attribution
Subject: your radio show
My God........who is your audience?.............you
have no credibility until you clean this up........
I am a fifty year old educated professional , a liberal, hungry for an "anti Rush", a political junkie,
someone who has lived for decades in the middle east, someone who thinks the smirk is a slow witted,
inarticulate, c-player who has been sliding around on daddy's grease all his life.....
I am dying to see the success of a left
leaning radio show............but until you can do it without
saying "fuck" every ten seconds your nowwhere....really..........with this language your playing to
a crowd that probably doesn't even vote...
Cheri, you could be right.
Overnight, I had the most subscription cancellations ever.
In my mind, I'm the cleanest comedian since Bill Cosby, but people apparently agree with you.
I can still smell the burning rubber of people leaving in a hurry.
One thing - blame me for speaking from the heart - I didn't say the bad words for effect.
Now, more than ever.
Subject: Cheris' comment on BC radio
I 'sort of' agree with Cheri, she's right
that language can undermine your credibility.
But you're not George Stephanopolis. I doubt you'll be on Charlie Rose anytime soon.
And you said you might go over the desk (at Russert's throat) on Meet The Press.
Look, you have a voice all your own, one
that sounds steeped in middle class American culture.
From Knuckledrag Oklahoma. (Your accent gives you away)
Regular joes driving a cement truck to work would "get you"
In my teens I shingled a lot of roofs with
southerners and I guarantee that if you were on the air
back then it would have been a fight over the Hank Williams Jr tape or BartCop Radio.
I figure it like this, if you want to hear
liberals talking nice, turn on NPR.
If you want to hear a lib with large cojones, choose Bart.
As far as "... My God........who is
your audience?.............you have no credibility until you clean this
I am a fifty year old educated professional" go's my wife, a professional, has degrees from Barnard
(Columbia NYC) and University of Chicago, elite schools both, loves you.
(her only complaint is the 'hot' buttons on the site.)
"hot" buttons? You mean these?
Bart is Bart dammit.
Ill tell you what a loss of credibility would be...
You running off tail between legs and getting tamed.
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Subject: Saw your note on alt.binaries.pictures.military
Bart, you wrote:
> Jane Fonda gave smiles and photo ops to the
> Ollie North sold two planeloads of Stinger missles to a terrorist nation.
> Who did the greater harm?
> I've been on the internet for nine years and
> I can't find a Republican who's willing to debate.
> home of the truth
True, I wrote that, but I've never been to alt.binaries.pictures.military
Somebody must've re-posted something they saw.
But yeah, let the truth ring loud and f-ing clear.
Swear to Koresh, there's no Republican spinmeister
who dares to face me in a live chat room.
Take a shit-slinger like Matt Drudge.
I wonder what the Vegas odds on a Drudge/Bartcop debate would be?
There is nobody.
not Ann Coulter,
not David Horowitz.
not Dennis Miller
not Brit Hume,
not the vulgar Junkie (I'd make Rush cry in fucking minutes)
the truth wins every debate if you're willing to speak up.
Subject: radio feedback
Your beat downs are the best. The
Shrub* beat down was great.
When I hear the radio or tv idiots rambling on, and I scream at the radio/tv when they
lie, or make shit up, your beat downs are much like that. Plus, there is so damn much
material out there.
From Rush, Hannity, O-Liely, Scarborough,
or Bow-Tie Boy, the material is almost never ending.
A semi-local/national guy Neal Bortz is seriously in need of a beat down. He is one of those that
parades around as a libertarian, makes one comment a week that isn't blatantly Pro-Shrub* to justify it.
Keep the beat downs coming.
Also, being an election year, and the sorry
state Shrub* has this country in, you need to remove the
Bartcop Hex from "Mr. Perfect" and put all the energy to Shrub*. Next year, you can put the hex
back on "Mr. Perfect" if you like, but this year winning the election for the 4th time in a row is most critcal.
Have a great day.
Kevin, thanks for that.
I agree - one thing I really hate is when these radio/TV whores swear they're so objective,
but when they "objectively" look at the facts, they love every Republican and hate every Democrat.
As far as the BartCop Hex, I guess the point has been made.
Tiger now wins as many majors as Anna Kournakova.
BTW, the new Sports Illustrated with Anna is out.
This was the most tasteful picture of the group.
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Subject: Playing with Google
A few months ago there was a story in the
news - that if you searched for "miserable failure" on Google, you
got Bush's biography.
I've been playing with Google to see what other words return what results and its quite a lot of fun.
Micheal Moore's site talking about Bush now replaces the first spot for "miserable failure," Bush is now second.
Same results if "miserable" and "failure" are used separately. But anti-bust sites take #1 for the words "AWOL",
"chimp" and "worst president ever". If you type in "budget surplus" however - you get a story about Clinton.
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Subject: Conan O'Brian Show comments on Bartcop
Fact: Conan was a rerun last night.
Tonight- Tuesday, is his first show since the "international incident."
American soldier body count in Iraq
Bush lied, and caused 544 to die - and counting.
They got four since the weekend.
Do you understand these are destroyed families - not just numbers on a page?
Something on your mind?
Then listen for your call on...
You have two minutes to speak your piece.
"In his annual economic report to Congress
President Bush said that the transfer of American jobs
overseas is actually part of a positive transformation that will enrich the U.S. economy over time.
So losing your job to someone else can be a good thing - we'll see how he feels about that in November."
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You hate Bush because he is a Republican.
No, I want Bush gone because he has taken America's reputation
and turned it into pure shit.
I want Bush gone because he has taken Clinton's Paradise and turned it into hell.
I want Bush gone because he has declared war on our national parks, the homeless and the poor.
I want Bush gone because he has turned back the hands of time on hundreds of important issues.
I want Bush gone because he has invaded Iraq because "God told him to."
I want Bush gone because he has lied us into a war that might last for a decade, killing thousands
of people like you're claiming to be - the best and bravest American heroes that we have.
I want Bush gone because he has turned Clinton's surplus into Bush's deficits.
I want Bush gone because he has proven he's religiously insane.
I want Bush gone because he has suspended the Bill of Rights.
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