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"We are very keen that Bush does not lose the
  election. We know that a heavyweight operation 
  would destroy your government, and this is what 
  we don't want. We are not going to find a bigger 
  idiot than you." 
   --Abu Hafs al-Masri, mastermind of the Madrid train 
      bombings, in support of Dubya because they know
      they'll never find a bigger idiot and willing puppet.


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"In jujitsu, the trick is to move quickly to leverage your opponent's strength to your advantage.
  In this way a lightweight can attack a person of substance and flip him. We're watching the biggest
  jujitsu flip ever seen in American politics. President Bush, a slacker, a draft evader, and a president
  who has misled the American people about everything from the invasion of Iraq to the cost of Medicare,
  has managed to flip John Kerry onto his back by turning Kerry's strengths -- his valor in Vietnam,
  his intellect against him. It's cynical and destructive -- and shamefully effective."
     --Susan Lenfestey,  Attribution

 Kerry rising
 Rumors of John Kerry's demise have been greatly exaggerated
 -- too often by doomsaying Dems themselves.  A host of new polls
 suggest it's the president who should be trembling.

 by Joe Conason

  Click  Here

 To listen to certain Democrats these days is to learn that the presidential election is all but over,
 apparently because John Kerry slipped behind George W. Bush in a few national polls last week.
 These sad doomsayers whine constantly that Kerry "isn't tough enough," when what they are really
 talking about are their own mental weaknesses. Much of the anger and determination displayed by
 liberals over the past year seems suddenly to have deflated into fear and resignation.

 Joe was on Al Franken's show Friday morning, reminding people that the same Kerry-will-lose polls
 showed the Monkey ahead by ten in October of 2000, and he went on to lose the popular vote.
 Translation: The polls are either lying or just plain wrong, so that means we still have a race.


 President was told in July of civil war risk in Iraq
  So, "We are winning, we will prevail," was just another lie from these guys?

  Click  Here

  ...even Republican senators described the administration's reconstruction efforts as "beyond pitiful"
 and "exasperating from any vantage point," when the White House sought to divert $3bn from reconstruction to security.

 The administration dismissed the criticism, White House liar Scott McClellan calling critics "pessimists and hand-wringers".

 Yeah, look what their "optimism" has gotten us - 1029 flag-draped coffins.
 America deserves better than this never-elected Monkey.


 Subject: Cheney's "Vote GOP or die" message

 Bart, in Vol. 1403 you wrote:

> She (Madeline Albright) was talking about Dick Cheney's jibe that if Sen. John Kerry is elected
> "the danger is that we'll get hit again and we'll be hit in a way that will be devastating from the
> standpoint of the United States." The message for voters was as unthinkable as it was unmistakable:
> Vote Republican or die.

 Not only that, Bart, but following the logic, if you vote Republican, YOU WON'T BE HIT AGAIN.
 Sounds like Cheney is either suggesting that the Cons are SOOOO good that they'll thwart ANY
 and ALL attacks, no matter where, when or how devious they may be (which should be ludicrous to
 anyone that can THINK), OR, OR, OR, Cheney and the Republicans actually CONTROL the terrorists.

 Cheney is a vile creature.  Far worse than Bush.
 Steve in Houston

 Steve, good point. A good rebuttal to Cheney might be,
"So if we're attacked again, you and Bush will resign and let Kerry and Edwards take over?"

 In effect, Cheney is giving his Nancy Grace guarantee that we won't be hit again, but when we are,
 he'll say, "Nobody could have predicted they'd strike that way, on that day," like they did last time.



"Where is the freedom [Bush] promised? All the bloodshed, the sabotage, the killings.
  Who is paying the price? We, the Iraqi civilians."
    --Retired police officer Abaas Ramah, scornful of Bush's invasion,   Attribution

 Bush Signals Softer Approach to U.N.
  by Scott Lindlaw, BFEE puppy on the payroll of the AP

  Click  Here

 Bush opens a new effort next week to focus attention on the compassionate side
 of his foreign policy, promising a vision for "building a better world

 What a horseshit sentence to begin a "news" story to promote the Giggling Murderer's election.
 A. Bush's idea of compassion is mixing regular bombs with Mother of All Bombs
      as he orders them dropped in a city of 5,000,000 people.
 B. Promises and handjobs is all America or the world has ever gotten from this killer.

 In his weekly radio address Saturday, Bush previewed the speech he's to deliver to the U.N.
 Tuesday's speech will strike a different tone from his address to the world body last year,
 when he told the world to "fuck off" because he was gonns do whatever he wanted to do,
 and anyone who didn;t like it could form an army and try to stop him.

 Now that he's looted Iraq, he needs the UN to get the hell out of there


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 Dueling Quotes

I did everything they asked me to do and met my requirements and was
  honorably discharged.  Im proud of my service in the Guard. But as for
  the documents, there are clearly unanswered questions that need to be answered."
    --Dubya, proud to be an AWOL drunk during wartime,   Attribution

"Is anyone else getting tired of the President and his service with "honor" in the National Guard?
  Bottom line is that while Kerry was getting shot the President was doing shots."
     --Don Achenbach, Greenville, PA.,    Attribution


 Man Linked to Bush Memos Contacted Cleland
    Not sure what this story means...

  Click  Here

 A retired Texas National Guard official mentioned as a possible source for disputed documents
 about President AWOL's service in the Guard said he passed along information to Max Cleland.

 Bill Burkett, said in an Aug. 21 e-mail to a list of Texas Democrats that after getting through "seven layers
 of bureaucratic kids" in the Democrat's campaign, he talked with Cleland about information that would
 counter criticism of Kerry's service. The Associated Press obtained a copy of the e-mail Saturday.

"I asked if they wanted to counterattack or ride this to ground and outlast it, not spending any money.
 (Cleland) said counterattack. So I gave them the information to do it with," Burkett wrote.
 Burkett, who lives just outside of Abilene, wrote that no one at the Kerry campaign called him back.

 What does this mean?
 Does this help or hurt Kerry?
 Does this make Clelend the dupe?
 Was Kerry's camp smart or negligent in not speaking to the man?

 To me, this story is a bunch of words connected that mean nothing.
 If you get something out of this, let me know what it is.



"The fact is Bush and his ilk are a disgrace to this country, and to everyone
  who served honorably.   To think that a man who carries shrapnel in his body
  from Vietnam could be questioned by Karl Rove & Company is sickening."
      --Mars Jones, who served in 1972,    Attribution

 Subject: O'Reilly gets 'Bart Simpsoned'

 O'Reilly got nailed This Friday by a selection from his mail bag that was an obvious prank.
 Check out the author's name.
 It's even from Springfield, the home of the nefarious Bart Simpson.


 ha ha

 Subject: Reporters are afraid of Bush-Cheney

 They are afraid to ask simple questions like:

When you went to Alabama tell us
 1. To which section did you report?
 2, In which office did you work?
 3. What were your duties in that office?
 4. Tell us the names of some of the people in your section.

 Bush cannot answer. Bush will not answer because he will be caught in big lie.
 clarence swinney
 political historian
 burlington nc

 Those would be great querstions for Kerry to ask Bush in the debate.
 But if Kerry accepts James Baker's debate rules, he'll be judged the loser
 of the debates and Bush will continue his crime spree for another four years.

 Please John, insist that you can ask each other questions.
 If you don't, all questions will be pro-Bush and you'll certainly win this debate on points
 but whores like CBS's Bob Schieffer will be on TV right afterwards saying crap like,
"I'm amazed at Bush's total mastery of all subjects and questions put to him."


 Macaulay Culkin Arrested on Drug Charges
  (slaps face with both hands...)

  Click  Here

 Eldrick, Mickelson pairing backfires at Ryder Cup
  Mr Perfect pulls Mickelson's play down, gets him benched

  Click  Here

 'Cure' a 4-Letter Word for Cancer Doctors
  They make money by treating it, not curing it

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 3 Dead, 7 Hurt in Iraq Suicide Car Blast
  Another tricky day in Bush's Paradise

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 Britney Spears gets Married
  The lazy press - we had this story months ago

  Click  Here

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 Subject: Why?

 Why does it appear that Bush will be rewarded with another term in office for using
 bad intel to start a senseless war that has cost over a thousand American lives while Dan Rather
 is expected to resign for using bad information that did little more than bruise someones ego?
 Mac in New York

 Mac, that's politics for youi.
 One man lied and killed 1,000 American heroes.
 The other man may have misjudged some evidence so HE should resign..
 That's what happens when the press is for sale.


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 Bush doesn't want Americans to know about
 the death of Kevin Shea and others killed in Iraq
     by Kevin Shay

  Click  Here

 I woke up Friday morning to a radio voice announcing that someone with my same name
 had been killed in Iraq. Talk about a wake-up call.

 Although I have consistently opposed the unwise 2003 Iraqi invasion through letters to
 politicians and the media, columns on Internet ezines and participation in protests since 2002,
 I have to admit that lately I have tuned out the daily reports of fresh hell coming out of Iraq.
 But Friday's announcement shook me from those temporary doldrums, making me wonder
 just who was this man with my name, who like more than 1,000 other Americans, had been
 unfortunate enough to die in this offensive, empire-building war that was started by lies.


 Subject: You must follow blindly

 Observation while reading The Family, by Kitty Kelley

 Ethically challenged as he was, George W. Bushs grandfather Prescott Bush did do
 at least one thing right while serving in the U.S. Senate.  He voted to censure Joseph
Everybody but Me Is a Nasty Commie McCarthy.  Heres what Bush said on page 158:

For he has caused dangerous divisions among the American people because of his attitude,
 and the attitude he has encouraged among his followers, that there can be no honest
 differences of opinion with him.  Either you must follow Senator McCarthy blindly; not daring
 to express any doubts or disagreements about any of his actions; or in his eyes you must be
 a Communist, a Communist sympathizer, or a fool who has been duped by the Communist line.

 Substitute the word terrorist for the word Communist,
 and Senator Bush could be talking about his grandson George.

 Carolyn Kay

 Subject: Kerry's gild

 Sure, John Kerry needs to stop using big words and obscure words such as 'gild'.
 Dumb it down to the 'dumb American' level. That's how you win!

 Hell, while he's at it, lowering his standards and himself to the bottom of the barrel to
 dredge for votes, Kerry just ought to go the rest of the way. He should stop saying
 anything that is not an empty buzzword slogan. He should never suggest any alternative
 course of action to that which is the status quo now and describe everything as 'fantastic'
 (Ahnold's word, but hey, we're stooping here.)

 He needs to restrict every one of his personal appearances to just those in front of herds
 of hand picked faithful reading out scripted softballs. Those who object and complain should
 be arrested and charged with some minor crime with the word 'defiant' or 'aggravated' tacked on to it.

 He should mention an invisible Sky Being in every speech. Several times.
 He needs to mispronounce words and mangle the English language.
 And after this none-too-subtle transformation is complete, Kerry will have a much better chance of winning.

 You'll only have to ask yourself if you want such a Kerry to win.

 You rag on Kerry for his photos and what he was wearing. He says the wrong thing.
 He says too big of a word. He doesn't appeal to the low denominator enough...
 Maybe if he was Bush, you'd be happier.

'Jes my 2 cents. 2.7 cents with tax applied.

 Steve, apparently you think Kerry is running a solid, effective campaign.
 Let's hope you're right.


 No Gold Stars, Just Handcuffs
    by She who hates everybody

  Click  Here

 In World Wars I and II, gold star mothers were the queens of their neighborhoods.
 Instead of a gold star, Sue Niederer got handcuffed, arrested and charged with a crime for
 daring to challenge the Bush policy in Iraq, where her son died while attempting to disarm a bomb.

 The moment was emblematic of how far the Bushies will go to squelch any voice that presents
 a view of Iraq that's different from the sunny party line, which they continue to dish out despite
 a torrent of alarming evidence to the contrary.


 Subject: Are Zell Miller and Cheney toking the same bong?


 This nutball accusation that electing Kerry will guarantee another terrorist attack is
 doubly bizarre considering that, just a few months ago, Ridge, Rumsfeld and Cheney
 were saying that another terrorist strike on American soil was inevitable under Bush.


 That's true, they keep saying another attack is a "when," not an "if," so how can
 they hold John Kerry responsible for that which they have already promised?


"George W. Bush's faith...does not give him pause or force him to reflect.
  It is a source of comfort and strength but not of wisdom."
     --Joe Klein,  Attribution

 Subject: Guns and psychos

  Click  Here

 By accepting bans on certain types of guns you are justifying further limitations later,
 and many, many people in the victim disarmament movement have made it very clear
 that after they get my AK, they are going after your Glock.

 ha ha
 The "victim disarmament movement?"
 Is that what you call those who resist allowing taggants in dynamite?

 Your last paragraph tells me you're a full-throttle Number One,
 which means you think All types of guns are OK for anybody in all cases.

 That's a position that you can't defend and yes, that makes you a certified loon...



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"What have Bush and his neoconservative team really accomplished?
  They toppled Saddam, the House of Saud is crumbling and we have removed
  American troops from Saudi territory. These achievements match word for word
   the oft-stated goals of bin Ladin.  Bush has clearly delivered the goods for Osama.
  Somewhere Osama is smiling, more influential and powerful than ever."
    --Karen Kwiatkowski, "The Al Qaeda Candidate?",    Attribution

 Subject: quagmire

 This one is simple, why are these backward people kicking our buts.

 Let's look at it this way.  I don't own a gun.  I don't think I remember how to fire a gun,
 ( although I have once or maybe two times), let alone the art of aiming it. The first target would probably be my foot.
 At the moment I feel no need to own a gun, and don't want to.

 On the other hand if my country were occupied by an invading power,
 the first AK47 I could lay my hands on would be sitting under the bed.   I would learn to use it.

 Not to mention what damage I could do with the 35 gallons of gas sitting in my old mopar 440.
 Without blowing my self up in the process I might add.  I am a non violent type; still I would fight to protect my country.
 I wonder if anyone in the BFEE has considered that 'fighting for their country' is just what these people in IracNam are doing?

 Wandy, if you woke up to the sound of sombody kicking in your front door,
 what would you do without a gun?

Call the police (if they haven't cut the line) and hope they get there before the intruders find you?
Try to reason with the intruders, explaining that what they're doing is wrong?
Pray that the Invisible Cloud Being is real and will intervene and protect you?

 You said you would get an AK-47 to protect your country.
 Would you protect your family inside your home?


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"In March 2002, a military action against al-Qaida, known as Operation Anaconda,
  was botched in Afghanistan's mountainous border with Pakistan. Billed at the time
  as a success story by the Pentagon, it was in fact a debacle, plagued by squabbling
  between the services, bad military planning and avoidable deaths of American soldiers,
  as well as the escape of key al-Qaida leaders, likely including Osama bin Laden."
     --Seymour Hersh,    Attribution

 Has John Kerry ever mentioned that Bush let Osama slip away to attack Saddam?

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 The American press refuses to report the scandals that have killed over 1,000 soldiers,
 but they were all too eager to discuss every possible detail about Monica's cigar fetish.

 That's what happens when the press is for sale and the oil companies have all the money.



Bush's American soldier body count in Iraq

  1032   dead American soldiers.

Damn, 3 more since Friday?

"Our strategy is succeeding."
--Dubya, lying to the National Guard Tuesday, Attribution

 From: bin Laden is on the payroll

 Sheeeesh do I have to teach you everything?
 He and Bush are old friends, for Chrissakes.
 They didn't catch him because that wasn't part of the deal they made with him.

 Your naivete really holds you back sometimes.
 Rich McGinis

 You're right, I'm too fair to Bush,
 and I'm afraid to open my eyes and see the truth.

 Subject: Finding unity in division

 America is a very divided and polarized nation and
 there ares very few things we agree on anymore.
 Sometime one has to really search to find something
 that most people agree on when it comes to politics.

 But one thing I think most people can agree with is that
 the war in Iraq is every bit as legitimate as Bush's election.

 Marc Perkel
 San Francisco, CA.

 Bart's Emmy Picks

  Drama Series
  "CSI: Crime Scene Investigation," CBS
  "Joan of Arcadia," CBS
  "The Sopranos," HBO
  "24," Fox
  "The West Wing," NBC

 We watch all of these, but The Sopranos is best

 Reality/Competition Program
  "The Amazing Race," CBS
  "American Idol," FOX
  "The Apprentice," NBC
  "Last Comic Standing," NBC
  "Survivor," CBS

 Idol and Comic don't belong in this category.
 Survivor ashould win because it's the most real.
 Last season, some people had hundreds of bug bites on their back.

 Variety, Music or Comedy Series

  "Chappelle's Show," Comedy Central
  "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart," Comedy Central
  "Late Night With Conan O'Brien," NBC
  "Late Show With David Letterman," CBS
  "Saturday Night Live," NBC

 Pitiful Leno didn't even get a nomination, which is right.
 Hands down, Stewart should win, but a Chappelle win wouldn't bother me.

  Lead Actor, Drama Series
  James Spader, "The Practice," ABC
  James Gandolfini, "The Sopranos," HBO
  Kiefer Sutherland, "24," FOX
  Martin Sheen, "The West Wing," NBC
  Anthony LaPaglia, "Without a Trace," CBS

 Spader was slightly creepier than Tony Soprano this year.

 Lead Actress, Drama Series
  Jennifer Garner, "Alias," ABC
  Amber Tamblyn, "Joan Of Arcadia," CBS
  Mariska Hargitay, "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," NBC
  Edie Falco, "The Sopranos," HBO
  Allison Janney, "The West Wing," NBC

 Tamblyn should win, but they hate kids, so they'll give it to Falco again.

 Supporting Actor, Drama Series
  Victor Garber, "Alias," ABC
  Brad Dourif, "Deadwood," HBO
  Michael Imperioli, "The Sopranos," HBO
  Steve Buscemi, "The Sopranos," HBO
  John Spencer, "The West Wing," NBC

 If there was a God, Imperioli would win in a shutout.
 But since there isn't, Buscemi the fireman might win.

  Supporting Actress, Drama Series
  Robin Weigert, "Deadwood," HBO
  Tyne Daly, "Judging Amy,"CBS
  Drea de Matteo, "The Sopranos," HBO
  Janel Moloney, "The West Wing," NBC
  Stockard Channing, "The West Wing," NBC

 She owns the screen when she's on it.

  Writing, Variety, Music or Comedy Program

  "Chappelle's Show," Comedy Central
  "Chris Rock: Never Scared," HBO
  "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart ," Comedy Central
  "Late Night With Conan O'Brien," NBC
  "Late Show With David Letterman," CBS

 How can you compare the funniest hour of the year
 with Jon Stewart, who does an average of an hour a week?


 Do As I Say
  Bush lets down his Guard

"I'm too rich to work..."

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 Bush joined the Texas Air National Guard on May 27, 1968. The move was well-chosen and well-timed.
 Only four Air National Guard squadrons were sent to Vietnam, and none was sent after Bush enlisted.
 All he had to do was fulfill a "statement of understanding" in which he promised to attend 24 days of
 weekend duty and 15 days of active duty each year.

 He failed to do so.

 Four years into his six-year commitment, Bush "changed his mind" and decided "he preferred to be in politics."
 That description doesn't come from some phony memo. It comes from retired Col. Rufus Martin,
 Bush's then-personnel officer, in an interview with the WaHoPo.

 Subject: Erin Hart


 Just wanted you to know that Seattle talk show host Erin Hart plugs your web sight often.
 She works weekends late nights on KIRO 710AM.

 If you ever get Pokerfest "Seattle" back on the map, you should try to get her
 to make at least an appearence (don't know if she plays poker or not).


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 From: Red Dog, a true lefty

 Subject: Anti-Gun Bart

 Dear Bart:

 Please stop supporting Nazi backed issues like gun control.
 Yes you got it wrong buddy. AK 47's UZI's and the like have not been illegal.
 It has been only cosmetic additions to these firearms. Such as the (Evil Folding Stock)
 (Or the Scary Bayonet Lug) Or worse (Had to provide by law a 10 round Mag with the gun)
 But completely legal to buy 100 round Drums 30 round mags and the like after you own the gun.

 It is a complete f-ing lie to suggest that these above named guns were illegal during the
 so-called funny little pro Fascist ban with meaningless COSMEITC CHANGES.

 If the changes were merely "cosmeitc," why are you fighting them so hard?
 You claim there's no difference, so why are your panties in such a wad?

 In fact I bought 3 SAR's Romanian AK-47's during the ban & 1 Mini 14 .223 and I could have
 gotten a pre ban gun if I wanted to if I wanted to pay a $1,000.00 in permits. I challenge you to
 report me to the same Gov't that I did my background checks with and who knew at the time that
 I bought these guns, as the Dealer is required to report the purchase and keep records on this.

 I have no interest in narc-ing on you.
 You'll have to find somebody else to do that.

 Please stop reporting false information like pictures of Osama saying things like After the 13th order
 our cells to buy AK 47's when they could have done this anyway if the could show they were a
 Permanent Resident or a US Citizen.

 As previously reporter on these pages, the NRA successfully created Texas-sized loopholes
 in the Brady Law by designating some guns as "personal," thus making them legal to buy & sell.

 Nothing has changed except that I can now put a bayonet on the end of my AK if Adolph Bush
 ever decides to round up all of the leftist and I run out of ammo. But then again you seam to support
 more than one right wing issue, but please for us true Lefties please stop trying to help disarm us.
 We don't want to die if we need to fight for our lives.

 RedDog, if nothing has changed, why are you foaming at the mouth?
 Why can't you (a true lefty?) discuss the gun issue rationally?
 Do you lose control when talking about all political topics? Or just guns?

 BTW, how many guns would I have to own to lose the "anti-gun" label?


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