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Woodward Shares War Secrets
Who's afraid of Fox news? 
The Susan McDougal story 
D-r-i-v-e   b-y   N-e-w-
Bush Names Negroponte
Honduras Pulls Out of Iraq
Some Dare Call It Treason
Pentagon Denies Everything
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Quote of the Day

"The 9/11 commission has unveiled many 
  critical problems in the FBI and the CIA.
  But the most critical problem may have 
  been that the president was off duty." 
   --Fred Kaplan,   Attribution

 Gee, ya think?
 Bush was on another monthlong vacation,
 even after being told a "spectacular" attack
 was about to happen,

"I knew nothing about 9-11" 

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  Tuesday   April  20, 2004


"Bush has shown that America can be a bully, not only to the world but to its own citizens.
  He talks but doesn't make sense - he says things are patently ridiculous and nonsensical,
  yet the media hardly ever notices. He's discovered the power of being a bully, because
  there's nothing else persuasive about him. But he gets away with it because the media is,
  for whatever reasons, letting him get away with it."
    --Lionel Rolfe, "Religion, Politics and Bush's 'Gang of Four'"  Attribution

 Woodward Shares War Secrets
  Bush stole $700M to fund his illegal war in Iraq

"I'm above the law - I am King George"

  Click  Here

 On 60 Minutes "Woodward says immediately after [Bush ordered a new Iraq War plan on 11/21/01],
 Rumsfeld told Gen. Tommy Franks to develop a war  plan to invade Iraq and remove Saddam - and that
 Rumsfeld gave Franks a blank check. 'Rumsfeld and Franks work out a deal essentially where Franks can
 spend any money he needs. And so he starts building runways and pipelines and doing all the preparations
 in Kuwait, specifically to make war possible,' says Woodward. 'Gets to a point where in the end of July 2002,
 they need $700 million, a large amount of money for all these tasks.

 And the president approves it. But Congress doesn't know and it is done.
 They get the money from a supplemental appropriation for the Afghan War, which Congress has approved.
'Some people are gonna look at a document called the Constitution which says that no money will be drawn
 from the treasury unless appropriated by Congress. Congress was totally in the dark on this.'"

 Will the Democrats remain sleeping no matter what crimes the BFEE commits?

     "Bush can do no wrong - he's our war hero president"

  Care to comment?   Now with working link!


"He's not an intellectual. He is not what I guess would be called a deep thinker.
  He chastised me at one point because I said people were concerned about the
  failure to find WMDs. And he said, 'Well you travel in elite circles.' I think he
  feels there is an intellectual world and he's indicated he's not a part of it
  the fancy pants intellectual world. What he calls the elite."
     --Bob Woodward, Attribution

 Susan McDougal in Tulsa
     by Sam Dent and Bart


  Click to order

  Click  Here

 Susan was showstopping -- outstanding points were the story of Pat Buchanan's brother trying to
 assassinate a man he mistakenly thought had warned Kathleen Willey, and the fact that not only does
 Oklahoma have more women in prison than any other state in the nation, but that we have more women
 in prison than any other geographical land mass in the WORLD.    Stunning.

 Other topics she covered with passion included how much education, prison reform, job training, etc.
 could have been paid for by Bush's tax cut/the surplus we once had.  How convicted felons can't get
 student loans, don't qualify for public housing, etc.,  how prison is the only place available for the mentally ill.
 Particularly moving was how she stated she used to feel we needed to focus on lobbying our government and
 changing policies, etc. Now she feels things are way too out of control for that. We need to basically get the
 mother-effers out of office pronto.

  Care to comment?   Now with working link!


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   --The Murdering Monster Monkey,   Attribution


 Subject: Local progressive candidate in Portland Maine

 Good afternoon Bart.
 I would appreciate some clarification on a prevalent point of view on your site.

 I frequent your site, on the daily, and appreciate your beat-downs and straightforwardness.
 It seems like a no-brainer to get rid of the B.F.E.E. by any means possible.  So I [kinda] understand
 your frustration with a third party candidate, in the 2004 Presidential Election [specifically].

 My issue concerns local elections, in my case I am a Green Independant Party candidate for the Maine
 State Legislature.  We currently have the highest ranking Green Party officeholder in the country in John Eder,
 G- District 118 Portland.  Very well received and up for re-election this year.  Portland, being a progessive city,
 seems to embrace the idea of multiple candidate options [and by extension, instituting a system of instant runoff
 voting state- and nation-wide].  I was trying to gauge your thoughts into the whole "Vote Dem nationally, Vote
 [Green/Independent] locally" debate.  It may give me some piece of mind.

 Jeff Spencer

 Jeff, I have nothing against the Greens except the last election.
 By local, I sssume you mean statehouse, mayor and councilmen?

 We need Demo reps and senators in DC, and the governors of each state play a national roll.
 As long as we win Priority One, losing the Monkey Monster, I don't care about Priority Two.
 Thanks for the note and good luck in your race.

  Care to comment?   Now with working link!

 Bush Names Negroponte Iraq Ambassador 
  Bush capo to oversee BFEE's interests in far away Iraq

  Click  Here

 President Bush named longtime BFEE gang-member John Negroponte, our top diplomat at the UN,
 as the U.S. ambassador to Iraq on Monday to oversee the decade of looting to come.

 At the United Nations, Negroponte, 64, was instrumental in winning unanimous approval of a
 Security Council resolution that demanded Saddam disarm or be kidnapped and robbed by the BFEE .

 Well sure he was - he was a big spoke in the invasion planning wheel.
 Negroponte is a longtime lieutenant in the BFEE regime,

  Care to comment?   Now with working link!

 Impeachment Alert!
 Condi Says the Pentagon Can Steal Money to Start Illegal Wars
 But the Pentagon denies they did it - so who's lying?

  Click  Here

 On CBS' Face the Nation, Bob Schieffer twice asked Condi Rice whether it was illegal
 for the Pentagon to shift $700 million out of funds appropriated by Congress for war in
 Afghanistan, to use to prepare for war in Iraq. She said Gen. Tommy Franks was
 "the CINC for CENTCOM, which means the Middle East, Afghanistan and so forth.
 And so if resources needed to be moved around in that region I would think that the
 general could do that... The secretary of Defense manages the appropriation that he is
 given from Congress. The secretary of Defense, I am quite certain, would propose to
 the president things that he believes are inside his purview--purview to do with the
 allocation that he gets from Congress."

 Congress authorized war in AFGHANISTAN, not IRAQ.
 Neither Bush nor Rumsfeld can start a second war with money approved for a first war.
 Impeach Bush Now!

     "Impeach?  He's our president - and we love him!!!"

 Subject: still hammering away, I see

 How's it goin'?  It's been awhile since I last pestered you, so I figured,
 since I've started reading your site again, it's only fitting that I write.

 Yeah, I've been "away".  June 1 of last year, I left town for a weekend for a convention,
 and was therefore completely isolated from everything to do with politics.  It felt good to not
 be immersed in that crap, as I had been for months, so I decided to stay that way.
 No Bartcop or Malloy or MWO.  Not that there's anything wrong with *you* guys,
 but for my own peace of mind, I needed to escape!

 Dude, I know the feeling.
 Burnout is a problem we face, too.

 Since December, I've been easing my way back into this mess, and now here I am, catching up
 on your own back issues, and saying... well, here I am.  :D

 It's nice to see President Trifecta rocking and reeling.  His regime's got so much bad juju coming
 at them from all directions that they can't lie *fast* enough.  They're desperate.  They're *spinning scared*.
 Trifectaboy hasn't been able to get a shine from *anything* he's done since January -- every ploy has flopped.
 And now he's resorting to the "chosen by God" rhetoric.  Desperation.

 Enough about all that.  I have some catching up to do.  Take care!

 Dude, since last June, we started a radio show - we've done 35 so far.
 You should check those out - and it's good to have you back...

  Care to comment?   Now with working link!

 How many Frank Zappa references did you find in yesterday's issue?

Graphic by stacyrings

 GIs Kill 2 Workers of U.S.-Funded Iraq TV
  War is when a bunch of bad things keep happening in the same area

  Click  Here

 Bush Administration to Revise OT Plan
  Careful, "revise" means "kill" to this administration

  Click  Here

 Using M.R.I.'s to See Politics on the Brain
  It's a 'Clockwood Orange' look inside your brain

  Click  Here

 Crooked Court Won't Hear Texas Redistricting Case
  Bush Bastards rubber stamps Delay's illegal power grab

  Click  Here

 No-till farming offers quick fix to Global problems
  NTF helps soil retain carbon, but what if the Invisible Cloud Being says no?

  Click  Here

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 Honduras Follows Spain, Pulls Out of Iraq
  Now that Bush has been exposed, nobody wants to die for his greed

  Click  Here

 Iraq's multinational peacekeeping force scrambled to regroup Monday after Spain's
 announcement that it would pull out its 1,300 troops, with Albania pledging more
 soldiers but U.S. officials bracing for further withdrawals. Honduras followed suit
 late Monday night with President Ricardo Maduro announcing the pullout of his
 troops "in the shortest time possible," confirming U.S. fears.

 Spanish troops will leave Iraq in less than six weeks, Defense Minister Jose Bono
 said Monday in Madrid, but it remains unclear who will take their place. The 9,500
 peacekeepers under Polish command are charged with the south-central sector,
 where followers of radical Shiite cleric Muqtada al-Sadr are waging a bloody rebellion.

 It's all crumbling for the Never-elected Monster Monkey.
 His name has become synonymous worldwide with "liar, fraud and killer,"
 and one by one, he's being abandoned and discarded by the civilized world.

 Subject: deep dark truthful mirror

 There's some comfort in the fact that anyone could serve as president, even the functionally illiterate.
 It's discomforting to know that this one, part of a Bush empire, is making decisions that get people killed.

 A very scary theme is reported in Woodward's book...

 After giving the order to invade Iraq in March 2003, Bush prayed, he said. "'Going into this period,
 I was praying for strength to do the Lord's will. . . . I'm surely not going to justify war based upon God.
 Understand that. Nevertheless, in my case I pray that I be as good a messenger of His will as possible.
 And then, of course, I pray for personal strength and for forgiveness.'

 The president told Woodward that 'I am prepared to risk my presidency to do what I think is right.
 I was going to act. And if it could cost the presidency, I fully realized that. But I felt so strongly that it
 was the right thing to do that I was prepared to do so.' Asked by Woodward how history would judge
 the war, Bush replied: 'History. We don't know. We'll all be dead.'"

 So Bush wants God to take the blood of the war for him, or if he can't slough the blame on the Big Guy,
 his "presidency" will be soaked in it. If that doesn't work (ya think?) and they blame Dubya, it'll be after he's dead.
 He doesn't take responsibility for ANYTHING and will invoke God and death to avoid it!

 Smack of mental illness?  Hope they nail him on the 700 million he diverted from the Afghan attack
 (how much money does it take to damage the worse country on earth?) to the Iraq attack.
 It'll save him some face by not going after his lies and inhumanity to man.


 Harry, sound like you've already heard BCR Show 36 - up soon.

  Care to comment?   Now with working link!

Graphic by Dr Rosenrosen

 Pentagon Denies Terror Funds Used for Iraq
  OK, so where did they get the $700 million?

  Click  Here

 A Democratic congressman on Monday demanded to know whether Bush transferred
 $700 million to Iraq war planning efforts out of counterterrorism funds without informing
 Capitol Hill.  The Pentagon said it didn't happen.

 Questions were raised because a new book by Bob Woodward says Bush "approved 30
 projects that would eventually cost $700 million" by the end of July 2002 in preparation for
 the war, and that some of that money came from appropriations for the war on terrorism.
 The book says Congress "had no real knowledge or involvement."

 The Bush Gang has been breaking the law for years - why should this be an different?
 Hell, the Bush-Cheney team was illegal because they were both from Texas, but the
 Democrats are too timid to point out that they ran illegally, and then stole power illegally.
 If they are invulnerable to arrest - then nothing is illegal for them.
 When you're taking over the entire planet - why bother with some stupid laws?

 Of course they're going to rob this country blind.
 If nobody's going to say, "Stop that," why should they stop?

  Care to comment?   Now with working link!

 Subject: 9-11 conspiracy?

"United Flight 93" NY-SF Jumbo Jet Impossibly Low Number "38 Passengers"
 Are All CIA/NSA AgentSS Who Are STILL ALIVE (like "Hijackers") Reassigned With Fake Identities

 Frank at the www.the-movement.com has found 16 people were not supposed to fly that day
 (bought tickets in the last few mins etc...)

 I have added 2 to that list. There were 37 passengers, that leaves 19 that bought tickets.
 Flight 91 was cancelled ( for a 9:20 flight) and several people ( no idea how many) took flight 93 instead.

 The only other flights to San Fran were at 7:00 am ( before the problem with flight 91, so ignore this one)
 and then in the afternoon.

 So... If you HAD to go to San Fran, and you were on flight 91 (scheduled) then the only other flight was 93
 (I did not check the other airlines)  If the plane holds say 150-200 people, and only 19 of them took flight 93,
 then there were NO scheduled passengers to flight 93 !!!

 Think of them apples!
 Dan B

 This might be something - and it might not be.
 But as long as the BFEE continues to hide something big, shouldn't we keep our eyes open?

 Bush can only testify if he's not under oath and has a babysitter (Cheney) to hold his hand.
 Why isn't the president of the United States man enough to answer questions by himself?
 Why isn't the president of the United States man enough to answer questions in public?
 Why isn't the president of the United States man enough to answer questions under oath?

 Is he so incredibly stupid and clueless that public testimony would make him look worse
 than that last incredibly-terrible press conference?  Is he such a stupid lump that he's out of his own loop?
 Or are they afraid he can't tell secrets from tellable stories - so Dick has to help him?

Graphic by msappyoo


"Prince Bandar enjoys easy access to the Oval Office. His family and the Bush family are close.
  And Woodward told 60 Minutes that Bandar has promised the president that Saudi Arabia will
  lower oil prices in the months before the election - to ensure the U.S. economy is strong on election day.
  Woodward says that Bandar understood that economic conditions were key before a presidential election:
"They're [oil prices] high. And they could go down very quickly. That's the Saudi pledge. Certainly over
  the summer, or as we get closer to the election, they could increase production several million barrels a
  day and the price would drop significantly."
      --CBS News, "Woodward Shares War Secrets",  Attribution

 Who's afraid of Fox news? Certainly not Canada
  Funny as hell - but real - anticipation of seeing the FOX joke for the first time

  Click  Here

 Watching Fox News is like watching The Man from U.N.C.L.E. Those of you in a certain age group
 will remember that the brave boys and gals from U.N.C.L.E. were always battling T.H.R.U.S.H.
 You were never quite sure about the nature and membership of T.H.R.U.S.H., but you were
 darned sure that they were up to no good.

 The Fox News Channel is the new Man From U.N.C.L.E. Bill O'Reilly is the new Napoleon Solo.
 Seriously. No wonder the channel is so popular in the United States. It is superbly entertaining in an
 old-fashioned, operatic way. It's camp, it's dramatic and as a viewer you are in a constant state of
 bless-my-soul excitement because you're wondering just how angry the people playing journalists
 on Fox are going to get.

 They're saving civilization, so they are definitely going to get pretty mad.

  Care to comment?   Now with working link!

 Subject: peace takes more courage than war

 War is easy. Anyone can go to war.
 People have been slaughtering each other for thousands of years.

 There is no honor in war as it represents the failure of peace.
 Peace is hard.  Peace takes intelligence and courage.
 Peace requires the discipline to move beyond the hate.

 Peace takes more courage than war does.
 The truly brave are not those who give in to war - but those who make the peace.

 Marc Perkel
 San Francisco, CA.

  Care to comment?   Now with working link!

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Graphic by moobs


"To one reporter that wondered if Bush thought he had communicated his message clearly to America,
  Bush said, "I hope today you've got a sense of my conviction about what we're doing. If you don't, maybe
  I need to learn to communicate better." Yes! That's it! He does need to learn to communicate better.
  I think Bush could make a tape recording of himself snoring loudly, play it back for conservatives, and have
  the conservatives remark about how "articulate and on message" the president was in his snoring...
  I think Al Franken's assessment of conservatives holds true in this circumstance. Franken says conservatives
  love America like a child does; so, in the eyes of the child, the parent can do no wrong. To Bush's supporters,
  it's easy to ignore each instance of "uhm" or the periods of dead air during a press conference. They'll simply
  see their man delivering a powerful message to America."
     --Scott C. Smith, "A tale of two Bushes",  Attribution

  Subject: Dumb radio

  Click  Here


"The war didn't start till March of 2003. They go on to talk about this, and the whole business
  with Colin Powell as though Powell is being left out of everything; Cheney is running it all;
  Rumsfeld is another hawk, but Rumsfeld isn't prepared. George Tenet doesn't know what
  he's doing, and he's saying, 'It's a slam-dunk' and it's not. There was even a portion of this
  interview sympathetic to Bush, made it look like Bush really wasn't eager to go to war but
  Tenet, "Hey, slam-dunk," and Cheney is out there saying, "You got to go." It's almost,
  a portion of this book makes Bush a victim of these out-of-control hawks in the Bush
  administration. But eventually Bush talks to God, and God tells Bush what he's got to do,
  and Bush listens, and so that's the end of sympathy for Bush."
    -- Rush, in the final stages of syphilis, making absolutely no sense at all, Attribution

 Penn & Teller Celebrate 30 Years
  Damn, Teller should've killed Penn years ago

  Click  Here

 It's been 30 years, but Penn & Teller have no intention of pulling a disappearing act.
 The duo is performing their boisterous, occasionally macabre magic act six days a week
 at the Rio All-Suite Hotel & Casino in Las Vegas, and are planning a video version of the
 show. Penn has a novel coming out this spring. Teller, the small, silent partner, recently
 wrote a memoir about his parents.

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 Some Dare Call It Treason-Wake Up America!
    by Dr. Robert Bowman, USAF Ret.

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 I joined the Air Force to protect our borders and our people, not the financial interests of Folgers, Chiquita Banana, and Exxon.
 We've had enough corporate wars. No more Iraqs. No more El Salvadors. No more Kosovos. No more Colombias. These are
 not isolated incidents of stupidity. They are part of a long, bloody history of foreign policy being conducted for the financial benefit
 of the wealthy few. It is a new colonialism. It violates our Constitution. It endangers our people. And it is TREASON.

 As a pilot who flew 101 combat missions in Vietnam, I can tell you that the best thing our government can do for its combat veterans
 is to quit making more of them. Peace is patriotic; a preemptive war is immoral, illegal, unconstitutional, a war crime, and TREASON.
 I swore to uphold the Constitution of the United States against all enemies foreign and domestic. That includes a renegade president.
 Wake up, America! It is time for George W. Bush, Dick Cheney, Donald Rumsfeld, and the whole oil mafia to be removed from
 office and indicted for TREASON.


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 Subject: Election gas price fixing

 It's no surprise that there is a Saudi plan to reduce gas prices to help Bush get elected.
 After all - they owe Bush big time.

 15 of the 19 September 11 hijackers came from Saudi Arabia and they were funding Osama bin Laden.
 Bush and the Saudi's are so close that the Saudi ambassador knew Bush was going to war with Iraq
 before Secretary of State Colin Powell was told.

 Saudi Arabia is getting quite rich this summer at the expense of the American people.

 Marc Perkel
 San Francisco, CA.

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 Big lies unravel for Bush and the right wing

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 Today, the junta wasn't even trying to deal with the ramifications of Woodward's new book.
 The central figure in the book is Colin Powell, who was brutally frank in discussing his doubts
 and reservations about the whole Iraq adventure going back to November of 2001. They sent
 Condi out to protest some of the milder charges contained in Woodward's book, but let's face it:
 nobody is listening to her any more. The fiasco at the 9/11 commission pretty much finished off her
 credibility. Woodward's book comes on the heels of the statement by the British ambassador to
 America that Putsch was plotting to attack Iraq days after 9/11. That in turn comes days after
 Clarke's testimony before the 9/11 panel, which in turn came on the heels of his book, which
 contained damaging information, which in turn came right after Kevin Phillips' book which cast
 severe doubt, not only on Putsch's priorities, but his very loyalty to America.

Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq
  April 1, 2004 - 600dead American soldiers.
April 20, 2004 - 704 dead American soldiers.

That's 104 dead brave soldiers so far just this month.
Things aren't getting better - they're getting worse.

This plane gets more full every day.

Hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of coffins



 If you think Bush's first term was bad bad ...
  I think maybe Robert B Reich has been reading  bartcop.com

  Click  Here

 Musings about a second Bush term typically assume another four years of the same right-wing policies
 we've had to date. But it'd likely be far worse. So far, Bush has had to govern with the expectation of
 facing American voters again in 2004. But suppose Bush wins a second term. The constraint of a re-election
 contest will be gone. Knowing that voters can no longer turn them out, and that this will be their last shot at
 remaking America, the radical conservatives will be unleashed.

 A friend who specializes in foreign policy and hobnobs with subcabinet officials in the Defense and State
 departments told me that the only thing that's stopped the Bushies from storming into Iran and North Korea
 is the upcoming election. If Bush is re-elected, "Cheney and Rumsfeld are out of the box," he said.
"They'll take Bush's re-election as a mandate to wage the 'war on terror' everywhere and anywhere."

 Will John Kerry remind the voters of this fact?
 Ot would that be considered "bad manners" to a fellow Bonesman?

 Bush lost in 2000 and still governed like he owneds the place.
 If he actually wins an election, we're in a lot of trouble.

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 I know that sounds crazy, but I'll be damned if we let free airline tickets expire.
 We've never been to Florida, so we're going to fly in and spend a few days there,
 so the exact date is flexible, so let's shoot for Palm Beach, the evening of Monday the 26th.

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 Subject: liberal talk radio


 I have to agree with Mark Jackson that the new liberal talk show is weak, but for mostly different reasons.
 I am a liberal and I am disappointed in Al Franklin.  He seems to laugh at everything and make a joke out of very
 serious matters.  He has made many mistakes and seems to dwell on old issues that nobody cares about anymore.

 One thing... since the majority, the left, hasn't had a voice in radio, Al has a lot of catching up to do.
 Remember when Bush ordered the captain of the US Greenville (?) sub to let the Enron boys play with it?
 And their horseplay got 9 Japanese students killed?   The press ignored those deaths, the networks barely
 mentioned it and, of course, the talk radio Nazi's gave Bush a pass, so if Al wants to hammer on an old
 subject like that, it's long overdue and needs to be mentioned.

 Why can't he tell the great things about John Kerry that need to be told and talk about the great plans the new
 JFK has for America?  He will unify the country and make it more like a European socialist democracy that we
 all want where business doesn't rule over us and good people are in government to help everybody.  He has
 promised us universal healthcare and will turn over a lot of our State Department to the UN to advise us.
 We will really become a world citizen.  He will cut the military down to nothing.  We can sign the Kyoto Treaty
 and get it ratified by the Senate.  Sure, it will be expensive, but we will be doing so much for Greens everywhere,
 Greenpeace and the Sierra Club among others.  Can you help push to get the show focused on what we need as liberals?

 Ron White

 Ron, I'm still a complete unknown - even to the Democrats.
 Hell, I can't get Air America Radio to return my damn calls about advertising with them. I'm so un-famous,
 they refuse to take my money.  I have no power to do anything but rail away here and try to convince others to act.
 Every six months or so we "flex our muscles" and try to organize a write-in on something but the results are pitiful.
 Fewer than one percent of readers get involved.

 For example - if just one percent of the readers subscribed to  bartcop.com  we would be in a position to
 buy serious ad time on not only Air America, but CNN or MSGOP.  Even with the Monkey Monster breaking laws
 and killing the innocent, most people aren't interested, which is why I'm extra-grateful to those who have subscribed.

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 If your GOP workplace doesn't want you to see the truth, use these mirrors.

This is the central scrutinizer...
 BCR Show 35 was Bart's first confrontation with
Homeland Security. Naturally, we were easy on him.
One of our friendly counselors gave him
a do-nut...and told him to stick closer
to church-oriented social activities.


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