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"Nomination for worst political come-on of
the year so far: The RNC sent a mailing to
West Virginia Republicans that claims
banning the Bible is part of the "liberal agenda."
It features quite a striking picture
of a Bible with the word 'BANNED" across it.
No, no, no, fellas. Liberals are the
ones who oppose censorship and book burning."
--Molly Ivins, Attribution
Bombings Kill 35 Children
Will Kerry mention how much Bush has
done to Iraq?
Bombs exploded near a U.S. convoy killing
35 children and seven adults.
Hours earlier, a suicide car bomb killed
a U.S. soldier and two Iraqis on the capital's outskirts.
The day of violence, including insurgent
attacks and U.S. airstrikes in Fallujah,
left a total of 46 people dead and 208
John, forget the Mr. Nice Guy routine and hammer Bush with this.
Remember, it's Bush's war and he's screwed the pooch!
Do you want to win this debate or be known as Bush's polite second
Ain't No Cowboy
George W. Bush is a fake cowboy. From media
accounts, you'd reckon that the president was a
buckaroo to the bones. He plays up the
image, big-time, with $300 designer cowboy boots,
a $1,000 cowboy hat, and his 1,600-acre
Prairie Chapel Ranch in Crawford, Texas. He guns his
rhetoric with frontier lingo, saying that
he'll "ride herd" over ornery Middle Eastern governments and
"smoke out" enemies in wild mountain passes.
He branded Saddam Hussein's Iraq "an outlaw regime"
and took the vanquished dictator's pistol
as a trophy. As for Osama bin Laden, Bush declared,
"I want justice. And there's an old poster out
West, I recall, that says, 'Wanted: Dead or Alive.' "
Britain's liberal newspaper The Guardian
noted that "such language feeds the image overseas
of Mr. Bush as a hopelessly inarticulate,
debate is almost Election Night
Will you join us tonight in the live chat room?
Clarification: You don't have to chat.
You can watch and read what others are saying.
Trust me, it'll be a hoot,
especially if our guy gets in some good shots!
Subject: you have a mind
You say your IQ is 64. But that's
obviously not the case.
Forgoing the usual discussion of IQ test
I want to offer a theory about your IQ.
I run/exercise a lot and because of a health
I have to monitor my heart rate when I'm
And once my heart rate gets above 150, its
fools most monitoring devices into reading
between 55 and 60.
I've tried a bunch of different devices,
and only one usually gets it right.
Even those machines where you can place
your hands on them while
you're exercising are fooled by my atypical
Your mind operates on a level WAAY above
that of a person with a 64 IQ.
You just have a "mind murmur."
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balance in branches of government
by Walter Williams, - no, the other one
"The Founders of the American Republic in 1789
established three branches of government
-- Congress, the presidency and the judiciary
-- to uphold representative democracy in the new nation...
Today, however, there exists more imbalance
than at any time in the post-World War II era.
Greater power in the institutional relationship
between Congress and the president has accrued to
the Bush administration. Robert Byrd,
observed in the book, "Losing America," published this year:
"The Bush team never tires in its drive to usurp
congressional control of funding. (While Congress is)
unwilling to assert its power, cowed, timid and
deferential toward the Bush administration, a virtual paralytic."
A secretive, authoritarian White House runs
the executive agencies with an iron hand, keeping them
from communicating with Congress as much
We just have to lose the Monkey on Nov 2.
Can America survive 4 more years of a ruthless, evil, warring,
The whole world hates out f-ing guts.
Isn't that reason alone to consider a new direction?
Subject: new voters
I just heard a segment on Tavis Smiley's
show about how the election offices aren't able
to keep up with all the paperwork, thus
numerous new voters may be turned away as not registered.
How hard do you think Republican-staffed
offices will work to catch up, eh?
(withhold my name, please)
I've been screaming at Democrats since 2000 to prepare for November
Of course, they've been "busy" with other things, so we can't
really blame the GOP for cheating.
When was the last time you heard an elected Democrat talk about Diebold?
It's frustrating to be in a party that doesn't care.
race will hinge on turnout
by Gene Lyons
Back in 2000, the brand-name Gallup Poll
showed George W. Bush leading Al Gore by 13
percentage points two weeks before the
election - a veritable landslide. Its final count showed
Bush up by five. As everybody knows, Gore
won the popular vote by oughly one-half of 1
percent nationwide. Did that many people
change their minds? Or were the polls badly skewed
by poor methodology and wishful thinking?
Truth is, it's impossible to say. A pollster
who routinely told clients what they wanted to hear
wouldn't stay in business long, although
suppressing voter turnout is always the GOP's No. 1 priority
Subject: believe it or
The problem is simple we are dealing with
a voting population that may indeed be more stupid than Bush.
A citizenship that never asks why and has
a never ending appetite for sound bites and bumper sticker slogans
to use to explain the most complex problems
of the day. I just saw a poll on the Fox website, which tells you
who took the poll, but be that as it may 55%
of the people thought Sadaam took part in 9/11!
The fact that this myth is so solidified
in the minds of so many makes it painfully obvious why we are doomed.
If Jesus Christ himself appeared on TV tonight
wearing a Kerry button,
these people would question Jesus about
his military service in Vietnam.
We are doomed.
Phil, we're not doomed yet, but isn't it interesting that FOX wants their viewers to have bad information?
To me, that's proof that they know they're wrong because the
truth serves them no purpose.
"So it's somehow beyond the pale to suggest
that Bush is a lying bastard who'd do anything
to get himself elected? Or that Karl
Rove would pimp his own mother out to Satan?
Well, excuuuuse me!
I guess the Reichstag was really burnt
down by a feeble-minded Dutchman on his own initiative.
If Bin Laden shows up in October, somebody'd
better check him for freezer burn."
--Kevin Carson, Attribution
Boy freezes while real heroes act
Side-by-side video of New York's bravest
and America's Goat Boy, frozen in fear
The name of the video is "Seven Minutes"
I will vote for John Kerry
son, John Eisenhower
With the current administration's decision
to invade Iraq unilaterally, however, I changed my
voter registration to independent, and
barring some utterly unforeseen development, I intend to
vote for John Kerry.
The fact is that today's "Republican" Party
is one with which I am totally unfamiliar. To me,
the word "Republican" has always been synonymous
with the word "responsibility," which has
meant limiting our governmental obligations
to those we can afford in human and financial terms.
Today's whopping budget deficit of some
$440 billion does not meet that criterion.
Responsibility used to be observed in foreign
affairs. That has meant respect for others.
America, though recognized as the leader
of the community of nations, has always acted as
a part of it, not as a maverick separate
from that community and at times insulting towards it.
Leadership involves setting a direction
and building consensus, not viewing other countries as
practically devoid of significance. Recent
developments indicate that the current Republican
Party leadership has confused confident
leadership with hubris and arrogance.
What Kerry Needs to Tell Us
by Joe Conason
Question: What about your vote on
the $87 billion appropriation for the war?
You said you voted for it before you voted
against it. Weren't you having it both ways?
Kerry: You're asking all my favorite
questions tonight. But I hope you will ask the
President why he repeatedly threatened
to veto that same $87 billion bill. I suspect
most Americans still don't know about his
He told us he would veto the $87 billion
if we tried to share the burden with the Iraqis by
making a loan instead of a grant. He said
he would veto that bill if we allocated money to
provide medical care for our veterans,
and for our National Guard and Reserve families.
He threatened a veto unless we agreed to
add that $87 billion to the deficit, rather than
reduce his most profligate tax cuts.
Halts Worldwide Sales of Vioxx
My tennis elbow started hurting the
minute I read this
pitcher shot on team bus
They play hardball in Kansas City
Dead in Gaza Strip Fighting
Bush's "roadmap to peace" working as well as his Iraq plans
Predict Mount St. Helens Eruption
They raised the alrm to a 3, and 4 means "Here comes the
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They say after the negotiations, Vernon
Jordan and James Baker went to the bar and had drinks.
What do you think they toasted to?
The death of democracy in America?
If Kerry/Jordan hadn't agreed in writing
not to ask Bush any direct questions,
just think of the bombshells we
might be seeing/hearing tonight, but nooooooooooooo.
Why do you think Kerry chose to let Bush off the hook?
Subject: This election
What makes this election different is the
possibility that Bush will not step down if defeated at the polls.
I don't see the Acme-Republicans giving
up any control just because of a pesky constituency.
My biggest fear is that there will be armed
rebellions in the streets of America.
And there is a good reason why Republicans
seek to relax gun laws.
Their supporters are more likely to own,
purchase and use a gun,
and that will give them a leg up on armed
Al in Indianapolis
Al, a leg up?
That gives them certain victory if we have another civil war.
Democrats are afraid of guns, and they often choose not to defend themselves.
Why Lord, why?
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Subject: Bush's accomplishments
Great site, man! Keep up the good
I'm an accountant and I wanted to comment on the two points
on your site today about W's "accomplishments".
First of all, the hiring incentives to small
business owners are almost negligable.
I know because I'm a small business owner.
Sadly, the biggest incentive to hire is
repressed wages, thanks to
the biggest job losses by any president
since The Depression.
The estate tax ("death tax" is a GOP marketing
tool, kind of like "partial-birth abortion")
only affects estates of a net value of
$2,000,000 or more. And, there are literaly dozens
of tax loopholes to get around the estate
tax. It's a total red herring designed to rally support
among Bush's supporters and to make Bush
look like he's the friend of farmers and small business owners.
Our self-designated "Man of Integrity" in
the White House couldn't find the truth
if someone hit him over the head with it.
Like with a big hammer, brother!
Rob in Chicago
PS. Jon Stewart asked Senator Kerry point-blank
"Are you the most liberal Senator in Congress?"
and Kerry said "No". Not exactly
the stuff of rallying cries but there you go.
Rob, thanks for that.
Many people wrote to remind me that Kerry refuted that charge
on The Daily Show.
So that makes one
time that Kerry refuted the believed from sea-to-shining-sea
time, on a comedy show, that aired
at about 11:20 PM - if you have cable
and happen to be watching The Daily Show that
Those hundreds of speeches Kerry has made with the network
cameras on him?
No need to refute the biggest lie of the campaign while the networls are watching....
Oh God, tonight we need a miracle...
"Can somebody tell me why my son had to die?
We need some changes in this country.
Strong, positive changes. We need to see things the way they are,
not the way we are told.
And yes, there is nothing I can do
to replace my son."
whose son Patrick was killed in Iraq on June 22, Attribution
Subject: new voters
Been voting for years, my partner and I
live in London.
The other day the BBC announced that in
the last 3 week more than
3,000,0000 Americans in Europe have applied
for absentee ballots.
Almost all, when asked why, said "To get
rid of Bush."
My votes and my partners is in the mail.
We have been watching your site for a long
time and love it.
We sent you pictures of one of the London
anti war rallies that you put on the site
Keep up the great work Bart.
Jerry, I heard that story, too, but the
figure I heard was 6 million.
Remember in 2000, they said it was the
military - voting
twice, many on ballots
that were dated weeks after the pools closed, that helped put the Monkey over the top.
That's how Gore got the "He
hates the military" tag which he never
bothered to refute.
I wonder if the military and their families
are as willing to die for Halliburton as they were to die for Bush?
Look for "Survivor" column Friday on Marty's E! Page
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"I would love to have heard President Bush
and the Republicans in Congress say,
'Here's what we'll do better.' But they
didn't do that. They circled the wagons, they
stonewalled, they blocked, they foot-dragged.
I have a 5-year-old that lost her father
and thinks a dad is an image in a photo.
She has no idea that a dad is supposed to be
real and hug you. I want to know that
she's going to be safer. That when she grows up,
she's not going to die because of payback
for a bad foreign policy.""
campaigning with John Edwards, "9-11 Victims in Partisan Fray" Attribution
them ingrates... they got some money..."
Subject: Carter's service
If Carter only did seven years in the Navy,
how did he get to be a Navy Captain?
Raji, not sure about that.
Memory says he commanded a nuclear sub.
Can you do that with only 7 years of service?
Maybe someone will write in and clarify.
(If we had more subscribers, maybe Carter would write in...)
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Don't let the lying scumbags tell
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If we could,
we'd vote for Bush,
how many of our
members he's killed.
"The plain implication is that Bush is stashing
Bin Laden somewhere, or somehow
keeping his arrest in reserve, for
an "October surprise." This innuendo would appear
to go a little further than "impugning
the patriotism" of the president. It argues for
something like collusion on his part
with a man who [caused 9-11]."
--Christopher Hitchens, finally catching on after all these years, Attribution
Apparently, until now, Hitchens never considered the possibility
that evil men
would collude with other evil men to control the entire planet.
British Hostage in Iraq Pleads for Help
A weeping British hostage was shown pleading
for help between the bars of a
makeshift cage in a video that surfaced
Wednesday, a sobering reminder of the
grim reality for at least 18 foreign captives
still held by Iraqi militants.
If this guy survives, he's voting for Blair.
document from 1974 perplexes Denver, White House officials
Bush RESIGNED, claiming he had "inadequate time" to
fulfill his A.N.G. obligations - WTF?
DENVER (AP) - Air Force Reserve officials
here, as well as staffers at the White House, were struggling to
explain the sudden appearance of a 1974
document in which George W. Bush submitted his resignation from
the Reserve, saying he had "inadequate
time" to fulfill his duty obligations.
"We can't explain it and don't know where it came
from," Deall said, adding that officials from his agency
spent most of Wednesday afternoon on the
phone with the White House trying to figure out what happened.
Defense Department officials denied knowledge
of the document's existence early Wednesday. A spokesman
at Denver's Air Reserve Personnel Center
later confirmed that the letter did exist, followed by the White House.
I'm so old, I remember when the press would actually investigate something like this,
but that's a remnant from the old days, when America had a free
ask about that - it's not important!!!
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soldier body count in Iraq
1054 dead American soldiers.
Bush destroys more families every day of his pResidency.
"On the endless march into the quagmire...."
--words Bush is unable to say
Subject: BCR Show 55
I believe three people have commented on BCR Show 55,
our best show so far, yet dozens of subscribers
paid to hear that show.
Are you guys shy?
Or are you mailing comments to an address I'm not getting?
As always, I'm not fishing for compliments, but
the show can't get any better
without some feedback because I can't hear you laughing
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Hispanics a Key to Election
Can Jeb cheat another victory for his brother?
Since 2000, Florida's Hispanic population
has grown by more than 477,000, putting the number
at 3,160,287. Hispanics now account for
18.5 percent of the state's population of 17 million and
about 14 percent of the state's eligible
voters. In 2000, Hispanics made up 16.7 percent of voters.
Nationally, Hispanics traditionally have
favored Democrats in presidential elections, but that support
has declined in recent years. In 1996,
72 percent of Hispanics voted to re-elect Clinton, while 21
percent voted for Viagra Bob. Four years
later, Gore won 62 percent of the Hispanic vote.
John - promise them something, promise to
open the Cuban gates, promise free cigars for everyone,
promise them free rides to Cubam promise
them anything but dammit, you need those votes!
There's only one thing worth watching tonight...
It's called "Earthe
Future," and it's on all the networks.
Go ahead and pray - it can't hurt.
Big party in the live chat
room during and after.
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Subject: tonight's debate
Bart, could you consider hitting Bush's performance harder, and tilting more criticism
towards the weak Democrats who don't fight
back, rather than going full-throttle after Kerry himself?
As I've said before, we WANT him to become
Sure, he's not perfect to everybody, but
no candidate EVER is.
And look who he's running against.
Cheryl, I plan to "debate" Bush's non-answers in BCR
56. Another thing you might hear
56 - Kerry was on ABC's "Good Morning, We're
Whores!" with Diane Sawyer.
(I saw Jon Stewart's clips from it.)
Sawyer asked Kerry, "Is this war in Iraq
a mistake?" and Kerry gave her one of his famous
2000 word answers that said absolutely nothing but gibberish,
so Sawyer tried her question again.
"So, is this war in Iraq a mistake?" and Kerry went off on another long-ass, super-wordy answer
and said, "If it turns out OK,
it might not have been, but who knows how it might turn out?"
Sawyer tried a third time.
"Senator, is this war in Iraq a mistake or
not?" and he did it again.
Kerry is incapable of saying, "Yes, it's
a horrible mistake - we have 1000 dead
and how long
before we have another thousand
dead? This president has no plan and he refuses to admit
America is in a quagmire, but I can
bring better leadership and straighten out his mess!"
That's so easy and I did it without a week of practice,
Why can't Kerry answer a straight, yes-or-no question?
Why does he have to nuance every question in the world to f-ing
"Hey John, would you like mustard on your hot dog?"
"There are many condiments that all
Americans enjoy on their frankfurters on holidays and
sometimes on non-holidays.
As you know, mustand was invented by the Chinese in 1200...."
Why can't he just answer the damn question?
They've told him for MONTHS to stop doing this, but he just can't.
Why can't he just answer the simplest of questions?
Here's a great joke about Bush the smarter.
"I'd like to come in," knocks Poppy.
President Poppy finishes his time on earth
and approaches the Pearly Gates of Heaven.
"Andwho might you be?" inquires St. Peter.
"It's me, Poppy Bush, formerly the President of
the United States and Leader of the BFEE."
"Oh....Mr. President! What may I do for you?"
asks St. Peter.
"I'd like to come in," replies Poppy.
"Sure," says the Saint. "But first you have to
confess your sins.
What bad things have you done in your life?"
Poppy bites his lip and answers, "Well,
I made a secret, illegal deal with terrorists to fix the 1980 election,
but you can't call it 'treason' because
we thought it was important to keep the liberals out of power.
Then I tried to get that Hinckley boy to
murder the old goat who was my boss, but you can't call that
'attempted murder' because Reagan was too old
and senile to be president.
Then I gave Saddamn written permission to
take Kuwait so I could be a war hero,
but you can't call that 'warmongering'
because technically, Saddam made the first move.
There were inappropriate extramarital relationships,
but you can't call it 'adultery' because
one look at my wife says cheating is OK
- I mean Jesus Christ!
And I lied about my diary being lost in
the Iran-Contra scandal, but you can't call it
'bearing false witness' because I really didn't
know exactly which shelf my diary was on
in my safe, so far as I know, that didn't
meet the legal standard of perjury."
With that St. Peter consults the Book of
Life briefly, and declares, "Okay, here's the deal.
We'll send you somewhere hot, but we won't
call it 'Hell.' You'll be there indefinitely, but
we won't call it 'eternity.' And when you
enter, you don't have to "abandon all hope,"
just don't hold your breath .....waiting
for it to freeze over."
I liked it.
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