"That's the difference between our side and
their side. Even when we disagree,
we're respectful of freedom of speech. But
when they disagree, they try to shut you down.
Well it's un-American. And it's wrong, and
people are not going to stand for it. People in
this country don't like to be told they can't
watch something or see something."
-- Michael Moore, on top of the world Attribution
Maybe I'm just caught up in the hype, but this film seems like
it's gonna be hueueueueueuge.
We haven't seen a film on a Friday night in ten years, opting for the first
Sunday morning show.
But I want to hear and feel the crowd for this one. Oklahoma is such a
backwater, GOP ash pit,
it will be interesting to witness the reaction of a Jim Inhofe crowd in
this Koresh-forsaken hellhole.
a powerful, fiery film
Michael Moore tends to make his points
with a sledgehammer, and his anti-Bush
documentary "Fahrenheit 9/11" is no exception.
But this time around he uses more
delicate instruments as well, and what emerges
is a powerful film.
Perhaps the most damaging footage shows
Bush on September 11, sitting in a Florida
classroom for a full seven minutes after he had
been told that the second tower had been
struck, and that it was clear the horrific events
in New York were a terrorist attack,
not a tragic accident. Moore lets this moment go
on and on: The president, stone-faced
in front of dozens of schoolchildren, doing absolutely
nothing, as our nation comes under attack..
Hopefully, this scene will take away the "war president" lie.
The never-elected punk isn't qualified to referee a cock-fight,
much less lead the world in a war against Al Qaeda.
a bad film full of lies.
started this war, just ask FOX News..."
Care to comment?
"John Kerry would make a great commander-in-chief,
I have no doubt about that. He would also make
one hell of a CEO. That's what a president
is. So today I'm joining the Kerry team -- as a front-line worker,
I guess -- I think in their jobs division or
department or wherever I land. I will try to offer advice and consult
with the senator and do whatever I can to make
him the next president."
Subject: Reagan on the
ten dollar bill
Sure, let's put Reagan on the Ten!
But why stop there?
Let's put Lord Cornwallis on the One;
Jefferson Davis on the Five;
John C. Calhoun on the Twenty;
and Robert E. Lee on the Fifty!
And we can put Aaron Burr on the nickel;
Herbert Hoover on the dime;
Lee Harvey Oswald on the half dollar;
and George Armstrong Custer on that screwy
Make America Proud again!
Ducks for Cover
Attention al-Qaida sleeper cells, domestic
terrorists, school shooters, David Koresh wannabes
and bloodthirsty lunatics everywhere: Be sure to
mark Sept. 13 in your day planners because
-- thanks to President Bush and his GOP pals in
Congress -- your murderous missions are
about to get a whole lot easier.
You see, that's the day the 10-year old
federal ban on assault weapons is set to expire, making it
perfectly legal to buy, sell and own a whole new
line of domestically produced rapid-fire killing machines.
guns is good for safety"
Care to comment?
Subject: VP - One more
reason to pick Wes Clark
Fundraising totals, divided by actual number
of months they campaigned = Average monthly $ amounts raised
per month (52.8M / 22 mo.)
per month (32.6M / 15 mo.)
per month (21.5M / 12 mo.)
per month (29.3M / 7 mo.)
Only 7 months in the race···.
Care to comment?
"Why have a Constitution at all if the president
decide who to torture, when to torture and
why to torture?"
--Tufts University international law
professor Michael Glennon, Attribution
pants off, bring him to be
four dogs from the hut."
Subject: Double standard?
RE: Mona Charen, on The O'Reilly Spin
> "Hey Mona, instead of claiming they are dishonest,
> why don't you demonstrate their dishonesty
with a few examples?
> Could it be that you can't?"
RE: Quotes on sales of Clinton"s book.
> "They made the Clintons borrow, what was
it, $7M to defend themselves against bogus charges?"
Would it be unfair to point out your double
standard and ask:
"Hey Bart, instead of claiming the charges were
why don't you demonstrate their bogusness with
a few examples?"
Personally, I believe both of you could score a
It was your double standard which caught my attention.
But then again, you never promised to be "fair
and balanced" like the Fox News Network.
Mike, you want me to print a list of all the crimes the Clinton's
They didn't sell arms to terrorists.
They didn't lie us into World
They didn't steal 11 trillion dollars
from the Treasury
They didn't make hundreds of billions
off their fake war
They didn't steal their way into power
with a crooked court
They didn't take bribes to dirty the
air and the water.
Wait, this is going to take too long.
Maybe you're cloudy about the difference between making a charge
and defending one's self.
If you say, "You're lying," I need
to offer some examples.
If you're accused of a crime, the accuser is supposed
to offer proof.
Disproving a negative is sometimes hard to do.
Can I prove I've never been to France?
Conan has Michael Moore tonight!
54 Percent Say Iraq War a Mistake
The CNN-USA Today-Gallup poll found that
54 percent of people say
the war was a mistake, up from 41 percent who felt
that way in early June.
The poll also found that more than half
say the Iraq war has made the United
States less safe from terrorism. Only a third said
it made this country safer.
The finding that more than half now think
the Iraq war was a mistake recalls
the disillusionment of Americans in 1968 with the
Vietnam War. The first time
a majority said that was a mistake was in August
The faster the tide turns, the fewer soldiers will have to die.
History should record this as Bush's war, not America's.
Like with the Brits, we never wanted this - it was just Bush & Blair.
"There's a big tradition on the left
of turning funeral services into political rallies."
- Bill Kristol Oct/2002 speaking
about Paul Wellstone's funeral.
"No one wants to politicize the death of a
But you know what? The Bush campaign should."
- Bill Kristol Jun/2004 speaking
about Ronald Reagan's funeral.
Subject: BartCop as military
Bart, you wrote:
> I'm certainly no military tactical expert, but I have an idea. Throw
an airtight ring around Fallujah,
> and just to be clear, "airtight" is the opposite of what you guys threw around
Osama at Bora, Bora.
> Then slowly constrict that ring, letting the women, children and old
> Then constrict that ring tighter, and photograph and fingerprint any men who
choose to leave.
> What you'll have left is the hardcore, fight-to-the-death types and maybe Zarqawi.
> But like I said, I'm not tactician, so if you have a better idea,
make it so.
How about just leaving the hellhole?
Can't do that.
Iraq's oil fields produce 2.5 million barrels a day.
That's roughly $100M per day.
You want Zarqawi and Osama to have an extra $100M per day?
They could afford a nuke by the end of the week.
you see Fahrenheit 9/11 this weekend, please send me a review.
or short, (that's a first) I'll print all I can.
Send your review here
Some people can't read, like the Monkey president.
But if you can read, you'll find the right books here
and it's all just a click away.
in Transgender Teen Killing
It's OK to kill one of "them," isn't
judge caught masturbating in Court
Hey, there's not that much to do in the Dust Bowl
9/11 sets records at previews
Film made $49,000 on three screens at Loews 7 in New York
'No moviegoer will be bored ...'
Just don't call it a 'documentary'
A list of GOP sex crimes
of the Wolfman
Maureen Dowd hates everyone, this time it's Wolfie and the Big
"I don't need proof of involvement in Sept. 11
to be concerned that Saddam is providing
mutual support to Al Qaeda," he said. "It seems
to me it's like saying if someone breeds
Rottweilers and leaves the gate open but doesn't
tell the dog who to attack, that he's not
operationally involved in the thing." (What's he
talking about, and why are we still paying him?)
But instead of admitting he got the Saddam
threat wrong, Mr. Wolfowitz lectured Americans
not to be impatient. Referring to our foes, he
said, "The more they sense that we're impatient
...the more car bombs there will be." He seems
to imply that we're complicit in killing our
soldiers if we don't sanguinely go along with the
Bush administration's delusions.
I saw a article that said moveon.org has
pledges from over 100,000 members to see F 9/11 this weekend.
That's fine and cool, but the next paragraph says they have over
What do the other 1,900,000 members have to do this weekend?
as seen on howardstern.com
Utters 'F-Word' in U.S. Senate?
Dick Cheney blurted out the "F word" at
Patrick Leahy during a heated
exchange on the Senate floor, congressional aides
said on Thursday.
The incident occurred on Tuesday in a terse
discussion between the two
that touched on politics, religion and money, with
Cheney finally telling
Leahy to "f--- off" or "go f--- yourself," the
"I think he was just having a bad day," Leahy
said on CNN, which first reported
the incident. "I was kind of shocked to hear that
kind of language on the floor."
Earlier on Thursday, before word of the
exchange spread, Tom Daschle, (D-Pink Tutu)
spoke of the need to improve civility with what
he called the "politics of common ground."
Movie May Be Able to Shake the Election
I sat next to a newspaper reporter who
was raised in an activist Republican party family,
whose sister worked previously for the Bush White
House and who considers herself moderate.
She cried through the second half of the movie,
which featured graphic images of injured and killed
Iraqi civilians and U.S. soldiers and focused on
the U.S. military's efforts to recruit minorities and poor whites.
She and others who don't hew to Moore's
hardcore lefty vision of the world gave him credit for,
if nothing else, presenting an incredibly cohesive
and emotionally stirring piece of work.
"There's no way people are not going to come
out of this hating Bush," she said.
Which, of course, is exactly what the GOP fears.
Subject: R rati
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"We need to know what they left out. And if
Bush is arguing that torture was
never ordered, then why did the administration
seek legal guidance on torture?
Why did they need to discover what they thought
they could legally get away with?"
Tom Andrews, Attribution
Gassed his own People
saw it on lasun.net
Think of the 9/11 commission and it's sordid
history as the perfect metaphor for this administration
and the sheer chutzpah of it's officials. Having
thwarted the very creation of such a commission,
they've monkey wrenched every single aspect of
it from the start. The families of the deceased have
entire web sites set up that document the complete
unwillingness of the Bush administration to hand
over even the simplest of file requests.
But will one ever, in their lifetime, forget
the brilliant appointment of Henry Kissinger as the
Commission's first Chairman?
"With Fahrenheit 9/11 ... we glimpse a possible
fusion between the turgid routines
of MoveOn.org and the filmic standards, if
not exactly the filmic skills, of Sergei Eisenstein
[the Stalin-era Russian filmmaker] or Leni
--Christopher Hitchens, who
likes to claim he's a Democrat Attribution
People like Hitchens, Pat Cadell, James Woods and Bareback
Sullivan - why do they say
they're Democrats when they love Bush and Cheney and hate Clinton, Gore
honeymoon has turned sour
Meanwhile, the photographs began to emerge.
The world was treated to images of pyramids of naked Iraqis,
forced masturbation, unmuzzled dogs snarling at
prisoners a few inches away, bleeding and dead Iraqis.
Major General Antonio Taguba's report
was released. It documented sodomy with a chemical light and
electric wires attached to the penis of a nude
As fingers began to point up the chain-of-command,
prisoners were released and commanders reassigned.
The cover-up got underway.
Donald Rumsfeld called it "abuse," not "technically" torture.
A few bad apples. Nothing too serious.
If you really don't like George W.
and if you really don't like his bloody,
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Subject: my military disgrace
So amazing, no excerpt would do it justice
Up to twenty views per penny.
Nobody gives you a better deal that that.
This is very important - thousands of dollars
are at stake
and we won't get a "do over," so let's be sure we're clear
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We added a senior pillar yesterday.
We are going to see Fahrenheit
Curious, I drove by the theater 15 minutes before the first showing and it
I don't know what the parking lot normally looks like on a Friday at
so I bought our tickets for the 7 PM show and kept my ears open and all
but one ticket buyer said, "Fahrenheit, please."
It will be an interesting movie to review because of high expectations.
I think I'm going to see the best political film of my life,
with an A+ rating,
so anything short of that will be a dissapointment for me.
soldier body count in Iraq
.... 851 dead
Drip, drip, drip - the lives go down the drain - all for Bush's illegal
Soon it will be 900, and then 1000.
Did you see that nutty Paris Hilton show Wednesday?
The premise is they're traveling America with no money, so the producers
part-time jobs for them every hundred miles or so, so they can buy some
gas, eat some food etc
So they show up at this motel where they're taught to clean rooms. If
they clean a few rooms,
they'll earn enough money for lunch and gas so they can move on with their
They're like the Three Stooges, but much better looking. They don't
want to work, so they call
Room Service from the room they're supposed to be cleaning and order enough
food to feed the
entire Chicago Pokerfest crowd. Then they call the front deak and
demand a maid come to their
room right away ...because it's a pit!
So they lay on the bed and eat while a real maid cleans the room. After
a while, their supervisor
shows up and sees a perfectly clean room and compliments them on a job
"I'm very surprised, I didn't think you'd take
this job very seriously," she said.
Click Here then
click on "Work it"
It's stupid, but it's a fun distraction when your country's been taken
over by Nazi bastards.
American Casino premiers on Discovery tonight
Las Vegas has a better than usual show witrh Van Damme
as the arrogant stuntman
who gets killed when his big skyline motorcycle jump doesn't go exactly
Once again, the idiot networks have a monkey at the controls. USA Today
Joan of Arcadia is the "Joan's panty shot" episode - but that episode ran last week.
Is it too much to ask that these billion dollar networks get their shows
Lately I've received checks from people saying it was time
to renew their subscription.
Apparently, we launched (or tried to launch) BartCop Radio a year ago this
week, so if your subscription
was paid for with a one-time payment, could you check your records and
see if your year has expired?
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Also, BCR Show 44 is almost in the oven, but Tommy's working
on our AAR commercials,
and I know how time consuming that can me, so I'll start working on BCR
Any chance you're going to be somewhere in Chicago
where your fans
could meet you and pat you on the back for all
your hard work?
Darren, we're working on that, but it's a problem.
There are too many of us (we have over 20 poker players) to fit in a hotel
and it'll be hard to find a bar or nightclub where 30-40 of us can just
walk in and sit down.
But Sam and Jim are working on possibilities.
Maybe somebody with a mansion will see this and invite us to party there.
Do you have an opinion?
Do any GOP impressions?
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Bart, you wrote:
> In other words, they got caught, they won't do it again, ...and we're a
nation of "soul."
> I'm sure the press and the Democratis will see no reason to investigate this
The press, well, that's a tragedy, but you do
realize the Democrats are in the minority in two houses, right?
Yes, I am aware of that.
And have 0 power to effect an investigation into
That is completely false.
They may have hypnotized themselves into thinking they are powerless,
but they could create a stir anytime they wanted to, they just don't want
When they get on Meet the Whore or Face the Whore or This
Whore, they generally
never-elected bastard instead of using that time and power to accuse him.
The next time I hear Joe Biden say Bush is a swell guy I'm gonna throw
the fuck up.
The Democrats do not want to win.
They want to stand around and play the victim.
They are afraid to say, "Bush is a miserable
failure who had ruined our reputation worldwide."
They are afraid to say, "Bush is a bungling
idiot who's killing our soldiers day by day."
They are afraid to say, "Bush is a disaster
and we need a new president to save this country."
They don't need permission to say things like that, but they act
like they do.
If even 1/3 of the Republicans were moderate,
moral and conscience-guided
it would be possible but that is not the case.
Please stop giving the Democrats more reasons why they're powerless
to fight back.
They can have whatever they want, they just don't want to win. They
have no heart.
They're lost and scared and weak.
They are Fredo in a Corleone world.
Jack Ryan to Abandon Senate Bid
No doubt shamed into resigning by bartcop.com
One official said a withdrawal statement was
in the drafting stages. Two officials
said Ryan's staff was spreading the word of his
intentions. "He knows he can't go on."
"I think the public stoning of Jack Ryan is one of the
most grotesque things I've
seen in politics," said Republican Peter Fitzgerald,
the loser who's quitting the senate.
Suck on it, Fitzgerald - we'd like your boy to stay so we can pinata him.
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