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Quote of the Day
"Let's say the obvious. By making Iraq a
"Last night. Michael Moore hosted the DC premiere
of F 9/11, and who was there?
The Democratic political establishment, the same people whom he took to such mocking task
on the road with us in campaign rally after campaign rally in 2000. Who was not there?
His old buddies! Not personally invited, not personally hung out with.
A few weeks ago, Michael, I sent you
a message: "Hey, Dude, where's my Buddy?"
It has gone without reply. It simply asked you to come back to your progressive constituency
-- Ralph Nader, begging for a handout Votebush.org
Ralph, get it thru your thick head - Moore wants to get rid
You want Bush to have 4 more years to rape and pillage. but Moore wants him gone.
You two no longer see eye-to-eye on politics.
to Call Up Retired, Discharged Troops
Draft returns because of Bush's greed and inept bungling
The Army is preparing to notify about 5,600 retired and discharged soldiers who are not
members of the National Guard or Reserve that they will be involuntarily recalled
to active duty for possible service in Iraq or Afghanistan, Army officials said Tuesday.
The Army has been reviewing its list of
118,000 eligible individual reservists for several weeks
in search of qualified people in certain high-priority skill areas like civil affairs. .
"As long as I get the oil, I don't care what happens..."
Care to comment?
"Yay! Fuck yourself! Fuck yourself! Go fuck
yourself! Thank you, Dick Cheney, for lowering the bar
for all of us partisan outsiders. Because if it's okay for the vice president to tell a senator to fuck himself
on the floor of the Senate, it should be perfectly okay for a bunch of political hacks on a website to say it.
Fuck yourself! (In an added comic twist, I should mention that the incident occurred on the same day the
Senate passed the so-called "Defense of Decency" act. Ha ha.)."
Hits Its Target
Lyons/Conason movie hits the spot
Thomason and Perry's film makes an extremely effective case that the path leading up to
Clinton's impeachment hearing was, in fact, blazed by a well-organized coterie of experts
in the field of ad hominem attacks, character assassination and mudslinging.
Think of it as a companion piece to "Fahrenheit
9/11". Like Michael Moore's incendiary
anti-Dubya documentary, the equally left-leaning "Hunting" makes its points not only with
the administration of judicious humor but with the application of pungent facts.
Backtracking from the opening salvo by former
senator Dale Bumpers (D-Ark.), who is
seen asking, incredulously, "How did we come to be here?" at Clinton's impeachment hearings,
the film plows through a heap of important but now largely dimly remembered recent history.
"Presidents have to be perfect..."
Care to comment?
Get Your War On, (c) 2004 by David Rees. Used with permission
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Bomb Kills 3 U.S. Troops in Iraq
They were ordered to Iraq so Smirk could steal that oil
A roadside bomb killed three U.S. Marines and wounded two others Tuesday
in the first fatal attack on American forces since the phoney transfer of sovereignty.
Meanwhile, Iraqi militants shot to death
an American soldier they had held hostage
for three months, saying the killing was punishment for U.S. policy in the Mideast nation.
The Arab-language station reported the slain
soldier was Spc. Keith M. Maupin, but the
U.S. military said it could not confirm whether a man shown being shot in a murky videotape
was the 20-year-old from Ohio, who was taken hostage after an April 9 attack outside Baghdad.
Do the beheaders read bartcop.com?
Why shoot this guy, and not treat him like the others?
Were they afraid Bush would go nuke-u-ler on them?
Care to comment?
of Just Agressive Interrogation?
A proposal by Christian Dewar
To more accurately duplicate living conditions at our nation's gulags abroad, those outraged by the criticism
of those who allege torture would be stripped and placed in a large pile where they will be forced to simulate
anal and oral six.
Suggested participants would include Rush,
Jim Inhofe. Zell Miller, Wolfowitz, Jonah Goldberg, Richard Perle,
Doug Feith, Michael Leeden, Jerry Boykin, Hannity, Savage, Frank Gaffney, Kristol and other neocon architects
of this spendid little war.
Care to comment?
Subject: None of the above
First, thanks for noticing Bush is the Hitler
of our time. He's the biggest threat to America
and I have to wonder if the American people will sit on their asses and let him get away with it.
Is anybody out there who thinks or is fear running their lives at this point?
He doesn't want Vietnam Vets around him,
safety issue. Kerry isn't any better.
His old crew members would do him in. (Excluding those who are campaigning with him)
I'd like to start a national drive to force
all presidential ballots to include E: None of the Above
after the names of those running. It would give the 50% who don't vote a way to express their feelings
and if E: won it would eliminate the candidates on the ballots and force both sides to try and find a
human people will accept to run for office.
I've been too quiet since Vietnam and let
the infamous silent majority to sit and allow America to come to this.
I'm guilty of negligence. Maybe crazy as well. I remember the death of John Kennedy and was in Vietnam,
too young to vote, when Robert Kennedy died. My views on politics were skewed at an early age.
I have medals (and bars) and will offer
both to Kerry if he wants to get it right. I'd like to thank W for
protecting Georgia while I was in the slime of Vietnam. Good job Georgie, made me feel much better.
I know many people who jumped in the Guard and Reserve to dodge the draft. They made no bones
about and we didn't blame them. Amazing how their tunes have changed, however. How's the song go?
"Four dead in Ohio" which as far as I know the Guard's largest body count.
Okay I'm done. Going to see Nurse Cratchett.
Marty's Entertainment Page
We're going to flood the airwaves July 7th, a Wednesday.
(July 7 is 7/7 - that's gotta be lucky, right?)
From 7 AM EST to 7 PM EST we'll average more than one commercial an hour.
paid for a slice of an ad, have your very best
stuff on your page that day
and be listening for your ad. If you, the reader, hear one of our ads that day,
please write down the time and be sure to mention the time zone you're in.
I might run some "best of" graphics for the expected rush of new
Between now & then, I'll be saving some good time-not-sensitive stuff.
It would be nice if that was a BIG news day, and millions
tuned in to AAR and heard our ads and discovered they are not alone.
To this day, I get mail saying, "Thank God, I thought I was the only one
who could see thru Bush's lying bullshit, and the media covering up for him."
I think Tommy and Tally did an excellent job creating and
producing these ads.
Next time we get together - drinks are on me.
So - to the eleven people who bought slices - get your pages ready.
July 7th is our day of fireworks.
Was Left Out About Whitewater
The Wash Post stands guilty of being a whore by David Kendall
"One of the most devastating parts of "My Life" is its description of how the media overplayed
and misreported the ever-shifting controversies of Whitewater, seeing in its faux "scandals" the
glimmer of a new Watergate. The Post was in the vanguard here from 1994 to 1996, churning out
story after story about Whitewater questions and allegations, but underreporting when these were
answered and disproved. For example, Resolution Trust Corp.'s December 1995 exculpatory
findings about the Clintons' Whitewater investment were barely mentioned in The Post.
The former president has acknowledged his
personal mistakes that led to his impeachment.
Isn't it time for The Post to confess its own journalistic mistakes over its Whitewater coverage?"
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.
Black Hole Stumps Researchers
It's so big, how did it have time to grow?
of Nick Berg Blasts Bush, Media
Michael Berg accused Bush and the whore media of ignoring the "horrible face of war."
Viacom stands behind Howard Stern
I know Stern isn't everyone's favorite, but if it's OK for Cheney
to use the "F" word,
(and all Republicans agreed it was) why can't the federal government get off Stern's back?
Bawdy, anti-religious song
"You've heard that the movie is propaganda.
It is, and I mean that in the best way.
You may have heard it's unfair. And, in parts, it is, and Moore means that in the worst way.
George W. Bush went to war ... to make money for the Carlyle Group.
You may have heard all this and then wondered why Fahrenheit 9/11 is already
a cultural phenomenon. See the movie. It's not a Kerry campaign film, as some
have charged. In Moore's view, it's a prequel: the revolution follows."
-- Mike Littwin, Rocky Mountain News Attribution
of Scott Peterson home detailed
Why did police overlook the burglar and friends?
Geragos said a witness saw three short, dark-skinned men, who were not African-American,
driving a tan van on the Petersons' street on Dec. 24, 2002. He has said all along that police
ignored witness accounts of these suspicious characters, who he thinks abducted Laci Peterson.
According to Brocchini [burgalr] McGregor
went out for drinks at a tiki bar on Dec. 23, 2002
with her ex-boyfriend and his two Hawaiian roommates, men who Geragos says fit that description.
Brocchini said he never interviewed the roommates, and did one phone interview with the ex-boyfriend
before determining they were not involved.
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News Gets it From Michael Moore
Moore had the cajones to call CBS 'Bush's whore' on their own network
Excerpt from the June 25 Early Show, between Moore and CBS's Hannah Storm:
Storm: "So this is satire
and not documentary? We shouldn't see this as..."
Moore: "It's a satirical documentary."
Storm: "Some have said propaganda, do you buy that? Op-ed?"
Moore: "No, I consider the CBS Evening News propaganda. What I do is..."
Storm: "We'll move beyond on that."
Moore: "Why? Let's not move beyond that. Seriously."
Storm: "No, let's talk about your movie."
Moore: "But why don't we talk about the Evening News on this network and the
other networks that didn't do the job they should have done at the beginning of this war?"
Storm: "You know what?"
Moore: "Demanded the evidence, ask the hard questions-"
Moore: "-we may not of even gone into this war had these networks done their job. I mean, it was
a great disservice to the American people because we depend on people who work here and
the other networks to go after those in power and say 'Hey, wait a minute. You want to send
our kids off to war, we want to know where those weapons of mass destruction are. Let's see
the proof. Let's see the proof that Saddam Hussein had something to do with 9/11.'"
Moore: "There was no proof and everybody just got embedded and everybody rolled over and everybody knows that now."
Storm: "Michael, the one thing that journalists try to do is to present both sides of the story.
And it could be argued that you did not do that in this movie."
Moore: "I certainly didn't. I presented my side..."
Storm: "You presented your side of the story."
Moore: "Because my side, that's the side of millions of Americans, (the majority) rarely gets told. This is just a humble plea
on my behalf and not to you personally, Hannah. But I'm just saying to journalists in general that instead of
working so hard to tell both sides of the story, why don't you just tell that one side, which is the administration,
why don't you ask them the hard questions-"
Storm: "Which I think is something that we all try to do."
Moore: "Well, I think it was a lot of cheerleading going on at the beginning of this war-"
Moore: "A lot of cheerleading and it didn't do the public any good to have journalists standing in front
of the camera going 'whoop-dee-do, let's all go to war'. And, and it's not their kids going to war.
It's not the children of the news executives going to war-"
Storm: "Michael, why don't you do you next movie about networks news, okay? Because this movie..."
Moore: "I know, I think I should do that movie."
Storm: "...because this movie is an attack on the president and his policies."
Moore: "Well, and it also points out how the networks failed us at the beginning of this war and didn't do their job."
Standing O for Michael Moore.
He's not perfect - he has faults like you and me - but anyone willing to take on the whore networks
using their equipment and their broadcast facilities gets a shot of Chinaco Anejo from me. Go Michael!
The whore networks should ALL be called on to stop cheering
for Illegal Bush and his Illegal War.
Now that Bush's war has been exposed as a phoney mess that has killed 850 of our soldiers, ...so far,
the whore networks want to move on and talk about health care and the election and other bullshit.
back to this subject and give
guilty Bush one tenth of the hell
you gave innocent Clinton.
Remember, Clinton's lies didn't kill anybody.
Before this is over, Bush will have killed at least a thousand soldiers
and the whore networks want to move on to other stories?
condemns HBO celibacy film
"Facts are bad, science is lying! Trust our priests, not your brain!"
"The Catholic Church has condemned a documentary linking celibacy to child abuse scandals within the clergy.
The program, aired on HBO last night, was
made by British film-maker Antony Thomas, who interviewed
abuse victims, historians and psychologists. A review from the Catholic News Service, written by David DiCerto,
called the film "a polemic against the Catholic Church's entire sexual ethos."
I wonder if Antony Thomas reads bartcop.com?
A thousand issues back, I said celibacy was the problem.
Why would "normal" men argue that they don't have sexual urges?
God wired them to want sex, and denying that urge causes the problem.
Funny, they argue "We don't want sex
and we don't need sex," but then
they refuse to sign the "zero tolerance" pledge against raping young boys.
The documentary was filmed in 10 countries, featuring interviews with current and former priests,
including one who underwent castration because he could not control his sexual urges.
It also features a former priest and nun who left the church to marry and raise a family together.
Thomas says he was just trying to answer
questions raised by the spate of sex abuse scandals
that has seen the Church pay an estimated $1 billion in legal settlements so far.
So - they would rather deny
the medical science put before them, lie
to themselves, castrate themselves,
pay a billion dollars in penalties that could have gone to feeding the poor or buying more art and property,
and the forgotten by-product is the trusting little boy who is told, "This is our secret, God wants you to do this."
...and they refuse to stop.
Are you sending your little boy to a Catholic school/Church?
You people are a bunch of liers, thats why
you can,t keep a radio show;nobody will listen to you.
This new democrat show is going broke,won't last long take my word for it.
You democrats are poor and ignorant or rich and wennies( no cojones).
Can't handle the true.
Mambo, I have something in my pants that you can't handle.
Actually, "your word" is wrong on all counts.
Few people know, but BartCop Radio is downright thriving.
Plus, if you had a brain, you'd know that AAR isn't running many
PSAs, which in Monkeyland means "Public Service Announcements,"
which means their ads have sold out and they are on their way to prosperity.
We recently purchased a block of ads, and they have raised
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Democrats, they agreed to give us our block at the previously quoted rate.
So, what have we learned?
BCR is downright thriving, AAR is doing almost as
and, to quote Cheney the foul-mouthed Dick, "You can go fuck yourself."
My Lips: No New Bushes
by Alan Bisbort as seen on APJ.US
George H.W. Bush, as U.S. president, continued to allow the sale of chemical and biological weapons
to Saddam Hussein after it had been shown that he'd used them on innocent Kurdish civilians.
Like his son, the only arrow in Bush the
Elder's political quiver during his White House tenure was his
stature as a "war president" once he initiated the Persian Gulf conflict against his former friend, Saddam.
At the time, in full war frenzy, the media dutifully depicted the firm and forthright control wielded by Bush
the Elder, ignoring a House Resolution for the "Impeachment of George Herbert Walker Bush" issued
on Feb. 21, 1991, by Rep. Henry Gonzalez.
Up to twenty views per penny.
Nobody gives you a better deal that that.
presidency: What might have been
"Scandals" erased political capital needed to effect real change,
and the Democrats just stood there - and in some cases helped
"Scholars will probably wonder what drove legions of conservatives to hate Clinton with such fury
that they wasted years and spent a king's ransom trying to drive him from office. They will no doubt
note that Clinton accomplished much despite the "vast right-wing conspiracy": He righted the nation's
finances after decades of dangerous deficits. He drove the initiative that stopped a pogrom in Bosnia.
Pogrom: an organized massacre (I had to look it up)
And, quite contrary to conventional wisdom,
Clinton contained Saddam Hussein."
Don't forget the 8 years of peace and incredible prosperity,
and the purps of the only terrorist attack
committed in U.S. soil were arrested, found guilty and imprisoned, something President Illegal can't claim.
Plus, Clinton never sent a man into battle who didn't come home. (I need to say that 7/7)
If the GOP hadn't used so many FBI agents to chase girls in Little
Rock, they might've had time
to return calls from Minnesota and Arizona about the suspicious Saudi types taking flying lessons.
"The guilty should be brought to justice..."
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"The occupation formally ends Wednesday and
some Iraqis already are wondering
whether the pain and anguish of 14 months of American rule will be remembered
more fondly than Saddam Hussein's brutal 23 years in power."
--Hamza Hendawi, "Many Iraqis See Liberators As Occupiers" Attribution
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Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq
dead American soldiers.
Drip, drip, drip - the lives go down the drain - all for Bush's illegal war.
Soon it will be 900, and then 1000.
Lies of Michael Moore
by Christopher 'Mother Teresa was a whore" Hitchens
Hitchens lists and numbers six truths, but then fails to refute
Hey Coward, why not list your replies to the six truths you listed?
If Moore told lies, why can't somneone point them out?
I give you my Nancy Grace guarantee that I could, if I was a Bush lover,
so why can't anybody on the right make a short, simple list?
The best we get from Hitchens, is crap like this:
A film that bases itself on a big lie and
a big misrepresentation can only sustain itself
by a dizzying succession of smaller falsehoods, beefed up by wilder and (if possible)
yet more-contradictory claims. President Bush is accused of taking too many lazy vacations.
(What is that about, by the way?)
So, Hitchens can't recognize the value of coming to work?
If Hitchens had kids, and hired a nanny to protect them, would he be upset
if the nanny only watched the kids 60 percent of the time?
'Fahrenheit 9/11' can't get better buzz than this
Moore should send gigantic, red-white-and-blue bouquets of gratitude to every [critic he has].
Thanks to them, "Fahrenheit 9/11" has been making news for weeks. Marketing teams can only
dream about drumming up this kind of publicity, which surely helped "Fahrenheit 9/11" become
the No. 1 film of the weekend -- and the most commercially successful documentary ever.
We saw it happen twice in two days.
The 947 page Clinton book came out, and everyone who didn't read it said it was the most boring book
of outright lies and distortions ever written by a paranoid, self-important, delusional, psychopathic serial rapist.
Long before Moore showed his film to anybody, the White House denounced it as "a bunch of lies."
Wouldn't they have more credibility of they waited until they read/saw the work that outraged them so?
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Subject: Transfer of Sovereignty: Why Monday?
Monday, "sovereignty" was transferred, so
now "Iraq belongs to the Iraqis."
I guess they should just be happy they're back to being called "Iraqis" rather than "Iraqians"
or some such made-up word. But why Monday? My guess is that the occupying authority
thought it was good to transfer authority on a Monday, the first day of the work week
What arrogance! The work week in Iraq,
like nearly all Islamic countries, starts on Saturday.
Weekend is Thursday and Friday. Once again we've shown either our arrogance or our
appalling ignorance of local customs.
I think they just wanted F 9/11 out of the headlines.
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That's Not a State
Bart's Law #4 - Nothing is easy
"Clearly White House planners have one set of hopes for what the Iraqi pseudo-state will evolve
into over the years ahead: a home for permanent U.S. military bases, an oil reservoir safely under
U.S. influence and a strategic ally against militant Islam, all with the facade, at least, of democracy.
On the other hand, with its vast oil wealth and large, restive population, Iraq could eventually take
a very different path: embody the religious fervor of its Shiite majority, demand that U.S. forces leave,
and try to cancel reconstruction contracts with U.S. firms and reverse the privatization of state assets
now underway. This could face American forces stationed there with problems that make the present
tensions seem tame by comparison.
"As long as I get the oil, I don't care what happens..."
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