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"It was an enormous shift. And it required
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"It all comes down to one letter - W. And the
W stands for wrong.
The W stands for wrong choices, wrong judgment, wrong priorities,
wrong direction for our country."
--John Kerry, flailing pre-Begala, but that could be behind us now Attribution
did cocaine at Camp David?
Pickles was a stoner when Poppy was pres, too saw it on apj.us
Kitty Kelley says in her biography The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty,
that the Monkey first used coke at college in the mid-1960s. She quotes Kneel's ex-wife Sharon:
"Bush did coke at Camp David when his father was President, and not just once either."
Other acquaintances allege that as a 26-year-old
National Guard, Bush "liked to sneak out back for
a joint or into the bathroom for a line of cocaine". Bush has admitted being an alcoholic but, asked during
the 1999 election if he did drugs, he said: "I've told the American people that years ago I made some mistakes.
"I've learned from my mistakes and should I be
fortunate enough to become president I will bring dignity and honour to
His refusal to deny he did cocaine is
Too bad the Democrats have been afraid to mention that for five years.
"This president rushed to war without a plan
to win the peace, and he's cost all of you $200 billion
that could have gone to schools, could have gone to health care, could have gone to prescription
drugs, could have gone to our Social Security. If you want four more years of your wages falling
... if you want four more years of losing jobs overseas and replacing them with jobs that pay $9,000
less than the jobs you had before, then you should go vote for George Bush."
--John Kerry, souding like a man who now has his feet under him, Attribution
Urges Kerry To Sharpen Attack
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Bill Clinton, in phone calls with Kerry over the weekend, told Kerry that he must sharpen his criticism
of Bush and offer voters a more compelling case in his own behalf if he hopes to win this election.
Clinton added his voice to that of other
Democrats who were urging Kerry to change his non-message
and non-strategy in response to gains Bush made during August and at NaziCon2004 last week..
"Unka Karl and Unka Dick tell me what to think..."
"Demeaning our allies is an interesting approach
seeking the presidency. They deserve our respect, not insults."
--Cheney, the foul-mouthed Dick who told our allies to "Fuck off." Attribution
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"I yearn for a greater tolerance, an easy-goingness
about each other's
attitudes and way of life. There are few clear areas in which we as a
society must rise up united and express our intolerance."
--America's Embarrassment Monkey, Attribution
So, the guy who said McCain has a black baby and beterayed his fellow POWS preaches tolerance?
Subject: Demo campaign managers
In my egalitarian world view this is regrettable even unacceptable, but I couldn't help notice the following pattern:
Dukakis - wimpy, impotent campaign
- female campaign mgr
Clinton - strong, agressive campaigns - male campaign mgr
Gore - wimpy, impotent campaign - female campaign mgr
Kerry - wimpy, impotent campaign - female campaign mgr
I hope this isn't indicative but one can't
deny the pattern up to this point.
Case Renews Debate Over
Pro-Israel Lobby's Ties to Pentagon
"...the case has reignited a furious and long-running debate about the close relationship between Aipac,
the pro-Israel lobbying organization, and a conservative group of Republican civilian officials at the
defense department, who are in charge of the office that employs Lawrence A. Franklin, the Pentagon analyst.
Their hard-line policy views on Iraq, Iran
and the rest of the Middle East have been controversial and
influential within the Bush administration.
"They have no case,'' said Michael Ledeen, a conservative
scholar at the American Enterprise Institute
and a friend of Mr. Franklin. "If they have a case, why hasn't anybody been arrested or indicted?''
That's a very stupid question.
Why hasn't bin Laden been arrested?
Why hasn't the Anthrax Killer been arrested?
Why hasn't the Valerie Plame criminal been arrested?
Why hasn't somebody been held responsible for the missing $11 Trillion?
Why hasn't somebody been held responsible for 9-11?
Why hasn't somebody been held responsible for the Halliburton scandal?
Why hasn't somebody been held responsible for Bush's illegal war?
The answer is the same in every case.
It's because the Democrats refuse to fight.
Bush unfazed by 'loving women' gaffe
Bush offered an unexpected reason today for cracking down on frivolous medical lawsuits.
"Too many OB-GYNs aren't able to practice their love with women all across this country," he said.
It was unclear what he meant but the Republican
president, long known for verbal and grammatical lapses,
included the anecdote about ob-gyns in a speech attacking Kerry and Edwards, a former trial lawyer.
At a rally of cheering supporters in Poplar
Bluff, Missouri, Bush made his usual pitch for limiting
"frivolous lawsuits" that drive up the cost of health care and run doctors out of business.
But then he added: "We've got an issue in
America. Too many good docs are getting out of business.
Too many OB-GYNs aren't able to practice their love with women all across this country."
stimulating and irritating, this collection of essays paints
a picture of a people, a country that lives on myth and illusion
and is at war with itself and the rest of the world.
explains how Bush has adroitly fused state, religious
(faith-based government) and business interests into one
indistinguishable tyrannical mass and his explanation of how
this has been accomplished is eye-opening."
"Drunk driving, snorting coke while your old
lady tokes up and runs over ex-boyfriends?
Now that's a fun weekend! And as for the classmate that laments, "Poor Georgie. He couldn't
relate to women unless he was loaded." Well, we find it being loaded makes it much easier
for us to relate to George! Bush may have gotten through the last four years sober (emphasis
on the "may"), but we sure couldn't have. We have no idea if these allegations are true or not.
We really don't care. But let's say that they're probably as true as, dunno, the Swift Boat Vet ads.
Let's just hope the media treats them that way."
Subject: Why You're Wrong About the Supposed Inadequacy of the Kerry Campaign
Clearly, you have not looked into the operations of the Kerry campaign's Rapid Response Team.
This is how it works: say a slanderous attack
is mounted against the candidate. Within a week or ten days
at the most, an intern will be assigned to check around at various wind-surfing and bicycling venues, to
see if the candidate can be located.
If so, then with another week or ten days
at the most, another intern will be assigned to go and check with
the candidate, and see whether or not he has enough interest in the campaign to do something about the attack.
If so, then within another week or ten days
at the most, another intern will be assigned to begin drafting an
apologetic response to the attack. Once the draft is completed, within a week or ten days at the most, an
intern will be assigned to check various vacation spots to see whether or not the candidate can be relocated.
If so, then within another week or ten days
at the most, another intern will be despatched to carry the draft to
the candidate for his approval. Within another week or ten days at the most, the candidate will glance at the draft.
Once the draft is approved, then within
a week or ten days at the most, another intern will be assigned to begin
looking for an appropriate public event at which the response can be delivered. Once an event is discovered,
then within a week or ten days at the most, an intern will be sent to check with the candidate to see whether
or not the date of the event will conflict with the candidate's wind-surfing schedule.
If not, then within a week or ten days at
the most, a mere 60 - 90 days after the attack was mounted, and assuming
that the candidate's pink tutu can be located in time, the candidate will appear at the public event and publicly plead
with the attackers to stop saying bad things about him.
So Bart, I simply can't understand your
I mean, how much more aggressive could a campaign possibly be?
I mean, it's not as if anyone had ever actually informed Kerry that Bush might actually try to win.
Jack, that was a fun read, but let's hope we're past that now.
Nobody wants me to lay off Kerry more than I do, but that's up to him, not me.
Also, I would be nice if we could retire that pink tutu graphic, but it must remain
until the democrats decide they've had enough of Bush sending America down the toilet.
George W Bullshit
In Britian, the press is allowed to tell the truth
George W Bush is proud to be a Texan. So no doubt he can recognise
the smell that now fills the halls of the White House.
It's the same smell that wafts out of the
mouths of every one of his spokesmen,
from creepy Vice President Dick Cheney to film star buddy Arnie The Terminator.
And it's a smell that is emitted by Bush
himself, every time he delivers his set piece
on why he should be re-elected as president. It's the stink of, well, I'm sorry, there's
no other word for it... bullsh*t. Plain, old-fashioned verbal manure.
No lie is too outrageous to be spun. No truth is too sacred to besmirch.
Except for a few websites, nobody in America dares speak like that.
The press is so totally in awe of Bush's "greatness," we never hear talk like this
from the majority of Americans who voted for the Democrat in the last election.
If only America had a free press like in Russia and Britain.
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Grinch who Stole Labor day from Veterans
by Greg Palast
According to the Register, where the Bush Administration likes to place its little gifts to major campaign donors,
2.7 million workers will lose their overtime pay for a "benefit" of $1.53 billion. I put "benefit" in quotes because,
in the official cost-benefit analysis issued by Bush's Labor Department, the amount employers will now be able
to slice out of workers' pockets is tallied on the plus side of the rules change.
President Bush announced in his convention
acceptance speech this week that he was changing overtime rules
to give workers "comp time" off instead of pay. He forgot to mention that a couple of days before, on August 23,
his Labor Department had already put in half the plan -- eliminating overtime pay for millions -- while failing to put
into the regs one word about comp time. In the pre-September 11 days, we used to call that, "lying."
I wish we could get John Kerry to point out things like this to
Subject: Government credibility sucks
How can we believe anything coming out of
the Bush House of Lies?
Some suspect info or lack of info at all most noticeable are the:
1 causalities of the War on Terra,
2 hard evidence of his supposed military service, his involvement in smearing
the military service of John Kerry and other credible War Veterans,
3 his gall in criticizing Kerry's absence from Senate voting when Bush has spent most
of his presidential time at Crawford or chasing around the Fatherland seeking support
from religious crazies or his Nazi brethren, God only knows what the VP has been doing,
leading up to campaign time, to earn his keep,
4 why his Justice Department is dragging its' feet in bringing Corporate terrorists to heel for
their criminal acts that have so damaged the economic health of our Fatherland,
5 why destroying the environment of the Fatherland is so high on his priority list,
6 lack of details to back up his claims about turning the corner on jobs and success on the War Fronts,
7 prove his claim that he will always protect the Fatherland, we know of at least two glaring examples
when he failed, once during the Vietnam War and once during the 9-11 attack, with most of our
military depleted in the Fatherland, who will protect it?
8 explanations why hardly any of his Reagan retread gang show their faces since the War has gone sour,
9 Fear Mongering, Secrecy, Big Money and Misinformation Rule in the Fatherland.
And He approves the Message. God Bless and Seig Heil!
10 time and space limitations prohibit further consideration of the miserable failures of this administration.
Larry, don't forget 4,000
dead on Bush's watch, the
missing $11 Trillion
and the shredding of the Constitution. The Kremlin is more honest than the White House.
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"Just do me one big favor, ok? Don't vote for
No. Just don't do it. I would not be happy with you."
-- Sgt Ryan Campbell, in a letter to his sister soon after he found out his tour of duty
had been involuntarily extended. He died in Iraq on April 29, 2004 Attribution
A shot of Chinaco to every brave soldier who was killed for Bush's oil greed.
Subject: If your Hex works...
Isn't it about time for the now famous Bartcop
Hex on Bush & Cheney??
Carol, the Bush-Cheney Hex has been in effect
since the pretzel incident.
The reason it worked on Tiger is because Tiger has competition.
Vijay Singh wanted what Tiger had - the top spot.
So far, the Democrats haven't wanted the White House - they're too afraid.
Our Seattle Pokerfest has been postponed.
Maybe we can work out something for 2005.
Thing "A" happened so we tried to change the week,
but then thing "B" happened and the timing became unmanageable.
But, as is often the case, another door has opened.
Details will go up when we have them...
recovery 'not helping workers'
The US is in a worse position "than any business cycle since the 1930s"
Breathing on Own After Surgery
"Everything is going very well," his doctor said on NBC's "Today."
Projects $442 Billion Federal Deficit
Sleeping Democrats have no problem with Bush bankrupting America
Subject: Kerry: Dubya is losing the war on terror
I was thinking, if Kerry were president
and Bush was the challenger, and President Kerry had
failed to catch Osama, lost Afghanistan to warlords, invaded Iraq, failed to uncover any evidence
of a threat from Iraq or it's involvement in 911, lost 1,000 troops for no reason, lost Iraq to an
Islamist insurgency, and presided over a war on terror in which there were more terrorist incidents
in 2003 than 2002, wouldn't challenger Bush accuse President Kerry of losing the war?
You bet he would!!
When a republican wants something, they take it.
When a Democrat wants something, he begs a Republican to give it to him.
Wouldn't he just come right out and say
"Despite having the mightiest army in the world at his command, President Kerry
is failing in this the greatest test of our nation's will. Kerry is losing this war."
Andrew, you bet.
I wish you were on Kerry's staff.
on the Ballot
by Robert Parry
For weeks now, George W. Bush's campaign has been radically testing the limits of how thoroughly
one party can lie, misrepresent and smear without paying any price and indeed while reaping rewards
in the opinion polls. Bush personally capped off this binge of dishonesty with his acceptance speech at
the Republican National Convention, continuing his pattern of lying about how the war in Iraq began.
Before a national television audience, Bush
repeated his false account of the run-up to the Iraq War,
asserting he had no choice but to invade because Saddam Hussein refused to disarm or to comply with
United Nations inspection demands. The reality is that not only did Hussein say publicly - and apparently
accurately - that Iraq no longer possessed stockpiles of banned weapons but he allowed U.N. inspectors
into Iraq in November 2002 and gave them free rein to examine any site of their choosing.
It's too bad we can't get Kerry to mention any of this in his speeches.
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When Kitty Kelley writes a book, everybody talks about it.
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Kerry Slams 'Wrong War in the Wrong Place'
Kerry accused Bush on Monday of sending U.S. troops to the "wrong war in the
wrong place at the wrong time" and said he'd try to bring them all home in four years.
"We want those troops home, and my goal would be to try to get them home in my first term,"
Kerry said, speaking to a veteran who had asked about a timetable for withdrawal.
"After voting for the war, but against funding
it, after saying he would have voted for
the war even knowing everything we know today, my opponent woke up this morning
with new campaign advisers and yet another new position," Bush told Missouri voters.
On Iraq, "suddenly he's against it again,"
Bush said. "No matter how many times Kerry
changes his mind, it was right for America that Saddam is no longer in power."
This new, improved Kerry sure is better
than the one that was in a coma the last six months,
but he's already on record as a supporter of Bush's war. The pattern with Kerry is he makes
these Texas-sized blunders, then has to waste time and money explaining/correcting them.
Why can't he just get it right the first
time? How could he not anticipate a question like,
"Knowing everything you know now, would you still have given Bush a blank check?"
What questions was he anticipating if not
Perhaps with Begala on board, these gaffes will end.
Takes Woods' Spot As Top Golfer
The BartCop Hex returns some legitimacy to the PGA
Tiger Woods yells 'fore' as his ball sails into the crowd...
by David Swanson
When advertising became the main support for media, papers became not only larger but more
"professional" and "objective." Rather than serving one interest, they served the general corporate
interest of advertisers -- the viewpoint that came to be known as objective, fair, and balanced.
While this sounded admirable and corrected earlier corruption that should never be brought back,
it effectively silenced views opposed to those of large corporations, views that remain largely
silenced today. Perhaps the only time those views were heard by significant numbers was when
- in the middle of the last century - the labor media had become a major force.
"There's nothing wrong with my friends owning everything..."
Subject: flip flopping
Ill bet that guy that Kerry pulled out of
the water was glad he flip flopped
by turning his boat around for the rescue. a real mission accomplished.
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"You should be a Republican. Because
--Bill O'Reilly, FOX top liar, to P. Diddy, Attribution
Hey Liar, Clinton was self-made, your Monkey had it all handed to him.
Illegal Arrest And Detainment, RNC, NY
by Cathie Bell
Several protesters were picked out of the crowd and handcuffed, a few suffered police brutality;
musical instruments were smashed by angry police. After this show of force, boxes of plastic handcuffs
were opened and police proceeded to handcuff ALL the people on the block. After about 3 hours,
we were shuffled onto city busses and taken to a make-shift internment camp at Pier 57, known as
Guantanamo on the Hudson. I asked one officer why he was not out fighting terrorism, he replied,
"you ARE the terrorists".
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This year, the political smear is exposed even as it's happening
"Colleagues wanted to print today's Hinderaker and Johnson piece to be "fair" to them. But these are folks
who take unfair advantage of that concern. And what about fairness for John Kerry? These authors take
great umbrage at my use of the word "fraudulent" to describe their writing. That word choice was quite
deliberate: They hurled it at Kerry; I merely hurled it back."
Subject: This Day in History
Having recently finshed my B.A. program in history I find solice in your "This Day in History" section.
It is great commentary, and rather mordacious,
on how history can be manipulated and changed
from the perspective of those who hold the pen. Case in point is how the Bush Administration is
now projecting the Vietnam Conflict as a heroic, patrioatic period in the anals of America, in effect
causing Kerry to agree with our glorious Monarch.
Always remember that 2+2=5!!!!
Gregor, I enjoy a good fight, but that was like fighting the ocean
I couldn't devote that much time each day explaining that it was just a joke.
You knew CNN was a whore network long before I started typing
this sentence, but they're
living down their reputation covering Clinton in the hospital. Every eight minutes, they're doing to
Dr Sanjay Gupta for "a live update," as tho Gupta is getting minute-by-minute info.
Why can't they just report the news?
Why do they need a breathless female squeeling and a vibrating, flashing graphic to tell us he's fine?
Then, to make it worse [it always gets worse] CNN is promising
"all day coverage" of 9-11,
no doubt a retrospective on how our brave hero, Commander in Thief was wetting his pants that day.
CNN, thy name is whore.
You're not a news organization - you're a FOX News wannabe.
Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq
976, 979 993,
998 dead American soldiers.
They got five
"No one talks about it. The numbers keep rising,
but people seem asleep."
--Barbara Porchia, who lost a son in Iraq, Attribution
Maybe now that ourt candidate is out of his coma, America will
"When I heard Zell going on about how he once
was lost and now is found, I thought I heard
Jimmy Swaggart. I thought I might get him to touch my hurt knee to heal it. But he's such a
mean bastard, I was afraid he'd just hurt the other knee."
--Rep. Charles Rangel, who knows how to give a quote, Attribution
Like Bush, they tried to hide the real casualties
The admission of an effort to minimize the magnitude of a hostage crisis that ensnared
about 1,200 people - most of them children - marked a sharp turnabout for Vladimir Putin.
The broadcast included no apology and referred
only to the most blatant misstatement by officials,
the claim that 354 hostages were inside the school. It did not acknowledge the hostage takers had
demanded an end to the war in Chechnya or that the government continues to give conflicting information
about whether any of the guerrillas remain at large, who they were and how many were killed.
In a democracy, with a free press, the government
can't lie for very long.
In America, where the press is controlled by government liars, there is no check and
there is no balance, the government can lie for years at a time and get away with it.
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Subject: Did we supply North Korea with WMDs?
Did we supply North Korea with WMDs?
Yes, of course we did!
Bill Clinton even built the nuclear plants to produce nuclear weaponry
at a cost of $5 Billion to the American taxpayer. What a guy!
Does this mean president Clinton was incredibly
Or does it mean he is a traitor and ought to be tried, convicted,
and immediately hanged by his neck until dead?
Bob, I don't fault you.
I know how hard it is for the Monkey brain to process information.
To answer your question, yes, we did.
Rumsfeld worked hard to deliver WMDs to North Korea, just as he did for
Saddam, the most dangerous monster in the most dangerous part of the world.
What Clinton did was make them a deal:
If you stop trying to make a nuke bomb, we'll give you nuclear reactors.
You see, Monkey, there's a difference between nuke bombs and nuke electricity.
What that expensive for us?
Sure, but how much more expensive is three nuclear bombs hitting the California coast?
When the Giggling Murderer took over, he warned North Korea that
he was going to murder
them like he murdered Baghdad, so North Korea had a panic attack and started rebuilding
their nuke bombs and now they have some.
Just think, if Kerry had known how to answer the question, "Knowing
know now, would you still have given Bush a blank check to murder Baghdad?"
he could've been miles ahead of Bush and this race might've been a runaway.
Let's hope, with Begala on board, the massive hemorrhaging might actually stop.
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