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"It turned out that the sourcing was inaccurate
"If any foreign power ever comes to occupy
the United States in the name of democracy and decides
to arrest our pundits for a little fraternity fun, like raping and murder, it'll be interesting to see the
following fellas cut to the front of the line: Rush Limbaugh, MSNBC fave, Michael Savage, Mark Steyn,
Jonathan V. Last, and Oliver North. Should be fun, dontcha think? (I know it's an unfair comparison;
after all, 70-90 percent of the Iraqis arrested were innocent.)"
--Eric Alterman, Attribution
house raid sparks anger
Chalabi bucks the BFEE - will be pay the ultimate price?
US soldiers and Iraqi police surrounded the Baghdad residence of Ahmad Chalabi today
and aides claimed the troops had raided the house to search for fugitives.
The aide accused the Americans of trying
to pressure Mr Chalabi, a long-time Pentagon
favourite who has recently become openly critical of US plans to transfer to the Iraqis on June 30.
Looks like the BFEE has fired a warning
Will Chalabi get the message? Or will he be "accidentally" shot by some "insurgent?"
Be careful with the BFEE, Ahmad - they play hardball and they have no conscience.
Care to comment?
"The predictions of those who opposed this
war can be discarded like spent cartridges.
You remember them? 'We will kill hundreds of thousands. We will create thousands
of new terrorists. The Arab world will rise up and set the region aflame.'
Tony Blair and George Bush knew better."
--Richard Perle, April 13, 2003, Attribution
Richard, how do you spell q-u-a-g-m-i-r-e?
I found this in my Inbox.
I'm told the round thing to the left of "IS" is a BartCop sticker.
Jesus - to the right of "IS" is our flag.
It would appear that the potential for great harm is only about ten feet away.
That looks extremely dangerous.
I don't want anybody to get hurt while holding a BartCop sticker - it's not worth the risk.
These "protect and serve" guys have instructions to rough up anyone who's not pro-Bush.
9/11 Panel Failing at Mission
No tough questions are being asked - thanks to Lee "Whitewash" Hamilton
"Today was a joke. I'm glad there was that interruption because that was a very important message
that tough questions aren't being asked," said 9/11 widow Beverly Eckert, on the relatives of the dead
ending Rudy Giuliani's testimony to the 9/11 commission by standing and shouting that the federal panel
was lobbing "softball questions" and accepting Giuliani's answers without pressing further.
"I'm glad there was that interruption," Eckert
said outside the hearing, "because that was a very important
message, that tough questions aren't being asked." Families that have so far had a lukewarm response to
the Sept. 11 commission's work over the past year scolded the panel for a "lost opportunity." They said the
commission breezed through questions about firefighters' malfunctioning radios and the sharing of terror
intelligence among federal agencies and the city.
"Maybe we'll never get the answers to these questions," said Patricia Casazza, who lost her husband in the attack.
Several relatives of victims also said they
were disgusted that the 10 members of the commission, each allowed
about five minutes to question witnesses, wasted time to praise and congratulate Giuliani for his leadership.
One statement thanking Giuliani should have been enough, the families said.,
I can't tell if this is a circle jerk or a handjob, but either
way it stinks.
Bob Kerrey is there to say, "This is mostly Clinton's fault," and Lee Hamilton is on Bush's payroll
Since cameras are there, every member of the panel is praising Giuliani who's busy praising Bush.
They never intended to get to the truth - it's a dog and pony disgrace.
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"Powell for the first time has gone beyond
admitting that the intel on Iraq WMD was inaccurate
to calling some of it deliberately misleading. If it was deliberately misleading, however, that implies
that someone deliberately misled. That is, there are human actors with intentions. If a government
official deliberately misled Powell on this matter, that is clearly a crime that should be prosecuted.
So, will the other shoe now drop? Is Powell laying the groundwork for an impeachment of Douglas
Feith or Paul Wolfowitz?"
--Juan Cole, Attribution
This gang of thugs will never do any jail time for anything.
Bunnypants will pardon whoever gets caught - just like his crooked daddy did.
Jesus Landing Pad
Bush checked with 'rapture Christians' on Israel move
Apparently, we're not supposed to know the National Security Council's top
Middle East aide consults with apocalyptic Christians eager to ensure American
policy on Israel conforms with their sectarian doomsday scenarios.
Make them stop!!
I think it's suicidal for a 'rapture Christian'
to have his finger on The Button.
Besides being insane, Bush is extra stupid and can't admit he wrong even
as he's steering the USS Earth into the field of nu-cu-ler icebergs.
Care to comment?
Court Convicts Palestinian Uprising Leader
You know what this means? ...peace in the Middle East
boy fights off alligator
Right now, Matt Drudge, wherever he is, has a woody
to turn gays away from sperm banks
Donations from 'God's abominations' no longer welcome
Catholics vote with wallets on bishop's Communion ban
Fight the power! Take back your church from the right-wing crazies
lesson for our leaders
Attribution as seen in the Boston Globe
The Bushadministration seems to have a serious
problem with reality.
The most recent reality challenge is the policy of torture in both Iraq and Afghanistan,
which the administration is frantically redefining as "abuse," "excesses," and "humiliation."
We even have Rumsfeld describing footage of several American soldiers "having sex"
with a female Iraqi prisoner. Let's have a little plain English here. "Having sex" with a
prisoner is known as "rape." Systematic beatings are called "torture." Excesses that lead
to death are called "murder." The hundreds of women and children in mass graves in
Fallujah are the product of a "massacre." Taken together, all of these add up to "atrocities."
The dissemination of "incomplete information"
from "imperfect intelligence" is called "lies."
The billions of dollars that Halliburton and Bechtel have reaped in profits are called "war profiteering."
The invasion of Iraq is called "illegal." The destruction of America's international standing is called "permanent."
And Texaco/Phillips's high bid for Iraqi oil is called "why we are in Iraq.
Wow! It's like the editors of The Boston Globe read bartcop.com
Care to comment?
Bush is not Hitler
Lectures McCain on War, Sacrifice
If Max Cleland was a traitor to his country, it figures that McCain is one, too
"Throughout our history, wartime has been a time of sacrifice. ... What have we sacrificed?" McCain said.
"As mind-boggling as expanding Medicare has been, nothing tops my confusion for cutting taxes during wartime.
I don't remember ever in the history of warfare when we cut taxes."
"If you want to see sacrifice, John McCain
ought to visit our young men and women at Walter Reed.
There's the sacrifice. We have to react to keep this country strong not only militarily but economically.
We want to be able to have the flexibility to do it. That's my reply to John McCain."
"The speaker is correct in that nothing we are
called upon to do comes close to matching the heroism
of our troops," he said. "All we're called upon to do is not spend our nation into bankruptcy while our
soldiers risk their lives. I fondly remember a time when real Republicans stood for fiscal responsibility."
Even tho he's told fewer lies, McCain has the same problems as
They want to be a loyal Republicans but the Bush administration hates both of them.
I wonder - how does Powell sleep at night, knowing they use his
to sell this needless, senseless and intentional war to the United Nations?
Get Your War On, (c) 2004 by David Rees. Used with permission
"Now's not the time for Bush to go soft."
-- Mark Steyn, Attribution
Hey Mark, I have a thunderbolt for you:
As long as Bush is killing for oil, it won't go soft.
photos shown: Soldiers posing with Iraqi's body
Playing with a dead bopy? Is she related to Michael Savage?
A U.S. government official, speaking on condition of anonymity, identified the dead detainee
as Manadel al-Jamadi. The official confirmed that al-Jamadi's death was among those being
investigated for possible criminal violations by Justice Department prosecutors.
The detainee, whose badly bruised corpse
was in a body bag packed with ice, died in the
prison's showers while being interrogated by the CIA or other civilian agents, ABC reported
The Red Cross says up to 90 percent of those in prison are innocent.
Did "we" (meaning America) murder this guy for sport? Since he died in the shower,
I think it's safe to assume his death was bloody and they killed him there to minimize cleanup.
The whole world hates us - thanks to the Pussy Cowboy.
Anybody else ashamed of their country right now?
Where's my bucket? I'm going to throw up...
Yes, Bart - I'm ashamed and sickened
A Catholic girl gave Rove a bloody nose
"At the age of 9, I put a Nixon bumper sticker on my wire basket in the front of my bicycle.
Unfortunately, the little Catholic girl down the street was older and had 20 pounds on me.
She was for Kennedy. When she saw me on my bike with my bumper sticker for Nixon,
she put me on the ground, flattened me out and gave me a bloody nose."
Why did his assailant have to be a Catholic?
Care to comment?
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Marty's Entertainment Page
The Face of This War
We've all seen this photo before, but this is
the first version showing the victim being
forced to masturbate for the "infidels."
The photos from Abu ...show us Iraqi prisoners reduced to objects, humiliated and forced into poses that
deny them their humanity, and they show us their captors, young men and women, lost in their new found power,
in turn, humiliated, reduced to objects of opprobrium and derision by their pornographic choreographies.
The great chill we get from viewing these
images comes not from the pornographic nature of the posing,
but from the relationships struck between the soldiers and their prisoners. The chill comes from seeing other
human beings failing to recognize the terror and suffering they impose on their victims, failing to see before
their eyes the very thing that we see.
When a fake cowboy sends a nation to war, and tells them, "We
don't have to play by the rules,"what other
result can be expected? Bush said, "Those involved will be identified. They will answer for their actions."
but that was just a lie for the networks to broadcast to those people who are not paying attention. Bush and Rummy
set this up, and like every other atrocity they've committed, it's always somebody else's fault.
Subject: Tempus fugit not French
If it was a joke I missed it.
Tempus Fugit is Latin (not French) for "time
The French language has nothing to do with it.
Tab, I have a strange sense of humor.
I was held for 12 years in a Catholic "education camp."
Latin is my second language.
Frondiferasque domos avium camposque virentis!!
You should see me answer the tough questions on Millionaire.
I know so much Latin, I could probably find my way around Italy, France and Spain.
Bernie from Oregon is in Zihuatanejo, Mexico for his honeymoon.
When you're young and in love, what matters most?
"New York City, on that terrible day, in a
sense was blessed because it had you as leader.
It had somebody who was a great, great leader to take charge of a terrible, terrible event."
--9-11 chairman Thomas Kean, blowing Guiliani on live TV Attribution
...and where was the nation's leader that day?
Running scared, and posing for pictures that the RNC sold for $150
"This was not a time for Rudy Giuliani to talk
about all the great things he did on 9/11.
He can save that for his talking tours. He should have told us what went wrong and what we should do now.
We leave frustrated. They made a huge faux pas in letting Rudy Giuliani polish his crown."
--Monica Gabrielle, 9-11 widow Attribution
I miss having an opposition party.
Why are the Democrats too damn scared to speak?
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For those who taped the Friends finale and got screwed
when NBC suprised everyone
with a 70 minute episode instead of the expected 60, tonight you can catch it again - maybe.
NBC (R-whore network) is being cutesy about some mysterious Seinfeld/Superman thing, too.
C.S.I. wraps it's 4th season, and Without
a Trace closes with a fake "Is Jack leaving?"
Since we're in sweeps, PrimeTime Live with Diane the whore is doing "an important expose" of porn,
followed by Regis and his nobody-will-ever-win-$10M fraud of a show.
I don't watch it, but South Park is doing their
"tribute" to The Passion of the Christ.
And Ann Richards is on Larry King Live.
"She's da best!"
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"Talk about the radios."
--Rosaleen Tallon, whose brother was a firefighter, standing and shouting at the 9/11 commission hearing, Attribution
They say the firemen were supposed to evacuate
the South Tower, but their radios didn't work - so they died.
Meanwhile Rudy's telling the panel that everything worked perfectly due to Bush's brave leadership.
"Three thousand people are dead!
Let's ask some real questions!"
--Christopher Brodeur, shouting as he was escorted out of the 9/11 commission hearing, Attribution
Chris, this isn't about getting to the truth.
This is about praising the great job Bush did when he went on vacation after being warned that
Al Qaeda was about to strike with airplanes very soon. Rudy says Bush never warned New York
but since Bush doesn't make mistakes, there's no need to ask tough questions.
Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq
795 dead American soldiers.
Lately we've been averaging four deaths per day.
saw that military car pull into their driveway.
That's gotta be a bad feeling.
Why the Internet generation loves to play poker
Texas hold 'em is enjoying an unexpected renaissance among Americans in general, and twenty-somethings in particular.
It is newly ubiquitous on television: The World Series of Poker, a single event which took place last May, is replayed on ESPN
with obsessive frequency 10 months after it ended. The World Poker Tour, another set of tournaments located in casinos around
the country, got picked up by the Travel Channel last year. In the fall, Bravo introduced its heavily promoted "Celebrity Poker
Showdown" program, betting on viewers being riveted by a fifth-street showdown between Timothy Busfield and Coolio.
Is that the problem?
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"My son was murdered because of your incompetence!"
--Sally Regenhard, mother of a firefighter, who jabbed her finger at Giuliani
and waved a sign that read "Fiction" as he gave the city's emergency response
a glowing review at the 9/11 commission hearing, Attribution
"A lot of these questions that the public has
may die with this commission."
--Patricia Casazza, 9-11 widow, Attribution
The minute these hearings close, the GOP mantra will be, "That's
old news. Ancient history.
We investigated and found out Bush is a great hero and nobody could've foreseen 9-11."
I don't like to equivocate but you do.
Saddam and his sons putting people through a plastic shredder and engaging
in actual torture is not in any way comparable to what the US military did.
Sir, your facts are uncoordinated.
Putting a man thru a plastic shredder isn't torture, it's murder.
Have you been in this country long?
English can be very difficult to master, just ask the president.
You were upset by your fans reaction to
Tillman but fail to see that you
would also like to see America fail and our soldiers die more than you
would accept your party staying out of power.
Let me get this straight:
America's never-elected Monkey sent those men to their deaths on a lie that made him richer,
and I want them replaced by UN troops so they can come home, and in your monkey logic,
that means I want them dead and Bush is the good guy? Is that how monkey logic works?
I don't know if that means you crossed over
or if you've always felt this way but you are
clearly on the side of those who oppose our military. Why else would you place so much
emphasis on the acts of a few while overlooking the acts of so many?
You fail to understand what those pictures mean vis-a-vis our
getting Iraqi cooperation.
The average Iraqi hates America so much they're saying, "Bring back Saddam!"
The fact that talk radio told their sheep this is all politics is poppycock.
Bush's bungling and cowboy diplomacy has made Osama's star rise in the Muslim world.
Meanwhile, America is seen as the perverted, sadistic bully that Osama said we were.
I think you are a fraud and a liar and I doubt very much that you have any cancer.
You sound like a man who's willing to put up some BIG money to
bring me down.
Tell you what - I'll bet this website against your $500.
Well, ...do ya feel lucky, ...punk?
That was my Dirty Harry impression, but the bet offer is real.
You can own bartcop.com if you put up $500 ...and are guessing right.
So, ...do ya feel lucky, ...punk?
Your are a cheesy fraud who needs the attention and I find your attitude reprehensible.
No, you are an obsessed stalker who just can't get enough
You live and breathe this site more than any democrat I know.
I'll bet you read it when you get out of bed and then again at night.
Might as well face it - you're addicted. You can't live without it.
Question: When a monkey is addicted to something, what's on his back?
You should feel ashamed of yourself and
you would if you had the capacity to.
Do a shot on that Bart.
OK, I will do a shot on that.
The only thing I have to be ashamed of is taking $500 from a retard.
"We have the strength - military, economic,
cultural, diplomatic, (dare I include the strength
of our religious faith, also?) - to persist around the world unto victory - for generations if
necessary. But all this potential capacity for victory can only be brought into full being by a
sustained act of collective will. It is heartbreaking, though no longer perplexing, that the
president's political and media opposition want the president's defeat more than America's victory.
-- Tony Blankley, setting up Bush's disasterous failure in Iraq to be the Democrat's fault Attribution
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