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1425 - God's Human Tool
Tuesday Oct 19,
Mike Malloy on AAR weeknights
"The press has bravely and nobly eroded the
What I'm advocating is the media come
back and work for us again. ...
The bias of the media is not liberal.
It's lazy and sensationalist."
--Jon Stewart, calling the
lazy whores "lazy whores," Attribution
"I've never seen a more sanctimonious comedian.
What a boor... I think the tape makes
it clear he humiliated himself."
Carlson, who can't handle the truth Attribution
Here for the transcript
CARLSON: You need to get a job at
a journalism school.
STEWART: You need to go to one.
CARLSON: I thought you were
going to be funny. Come on. Be funny.
STEWART: No. No. I'm not going to
be your monkey.
Too bad Novak wasn't there.
Jon repeatedly refers to him as "a
traitor and a douchebag"
With Bush, the "R" stands for
by Ron Suskind
Bruce Bartlett, a domestic policy adviser
to Ronald Reagan and a treasury official for the first President Bush,
told me recently that ''if Bush wins,
there will be a civil war in the Republican Party starting on Nov. 3.''
The nature of that conflict, as Bartlett
sees it? Essentially, the same as the one raging across much of the world:
a battle between modernists and fundamentalists,
pragmatists and true believers, reason and religion.
''Just in the past few months,'' Bartlett said,
''I think a light has gone off for people who've spent time up close to
that this instinct he's always talking
about is this sort of weird, Messianic idea of what he thinks God has told
him to do.''
Bartlett, a 53-year-old columnist and self-described
libertarian Republican who has lately been a champion for traditional
Republicans concerned about Bush's governance,
went on to say: ''This is why George W. Bush is so clear-eyed about
Al Qaeda and the Islamic fundamentalist
enemy. He believes you have to kill them all. They can't be persuaded,
extremists, driven by a dark vision. He
understands them, because he's just like them. . . .
''This is why he dispenses with people who confront
him with inconvenient facts,'' Bartlett went on to say. ''He truly believes
he's on a mission from God. Absolute faith
like that overwhelms a need for analysis. The whole thing about faith is
things for which there is no empirical
evidence.'' Bartlett paused, then said, ''But you can't run the world on
Scary article - I hope you have the time to read it..
"The person talking about a draft is my opponent.
We will not have a draft...The best
way to avoid a draft is to vote for me."
lying in an attempt to win his first national election, Attribution
Kerry's unchalleneged statements in the debates were that 90 percent
of the Army
is in Iraq, preparing to go or just got back.
They also say we need more troops there - many more.
So if you're between 17 and 30, you might want to vote for Kerry.
O'Reilly's sex problems v. Andrea Mackris
Poor Billy the bully just can't get
enough of that nasty sex abuse
have a vibrator in my butt..."
In her suit accusing TV bully Bill O'Reilly
of sexual harassment, Fox News producer Andrea Mackris
included partial trancripts of alleged
conversations with O'Reilly, in which he is quoted making explicit
sexual comments and threats. In this document,
obtained by Court TV's Lisa Bloom, Fox News
demands that Mackris turn over any tapes
she has of the alleged conversations.
"Bush is making one last stand to con the American
people into believing that he is the only one
who can fight and win the war on terrorism.
You don't win the war on terror by giving a speech.
You win the war on terror based on
what you do. And the facts show, the facts show that we haven't
done all that we can to keep the American
people safe and crush the terrorists before they can do
harm to us. George Bush's failed actions
speak much louder than his words. One of the greatest signs
of weakness and failure is to resort
to the politics of fear and that's what George Bush is doing today."
--John Edwards, Attribution
O'Reilly's sex troubles offer lesson for married men
O'Reilly admitted something in his lawsuit.
And that's where the married men and hotel
rooms come into play.
He acknowledged having cocktails with Mackris
and watching a presidential news conference alone with her in his hotel
He denied engaging in physical or sexual
assaults. He denied that any "offensive touching" took place.
But he didn't deny having sex.
He didn't deny talking with Mackris
about vibrators and phone sex and engaging in stuff that people usually
use pay-per-view to watch.
He didn't even deny exchanging tales
of his sexual prowess, something that guys sometimes do with other guys
or women they think they know.
He didn't deny any of the behavior
that Mackris alleges in her suit.
I predict Bill O'Reilly will come out of
his sexual harassment allegations stronger, and richer,
no matter the legal outcome. He will
use the Rush Limbaugh defense (they're out to get me
and I'm fighting this to protect YOUR rights!)
and will paint himself as the poor victim.
Look at Limbaugh - does anyone question
his alleged drug use, alleged money laundering,
and possible drug peddling? Finally,
look at Dick Morris. How can anyone like him have
any credibility, yet he is still a fixture
on the talking heads circuit.
If I sound cynical and disgusted with the
state of our "news" media, it's because I am.
Jon Stewart had it exactly right with he
blasted pompous little Tucker Carlson and the CNN news establishment.
Rush isn't put of the legal woods
They just ruled that the evidence seized can be
used against him.
As far as Morris, he only has
"credibility" on FOX because he says bad things about liberals
You cannot be too cynical or
too disgusted with America's whore media.
I understand what you're saying
about O'Reilly, but it's hard to play the victim
when you have a penis-shaped vibrator buzzing in your
Endless 'Predictive' Wars
by Robert Parry at consortiumnews.com
In the months before the Iraq invasion
in 2003, we began writing that the proper term for the so-called
Bush Doctrine was not "preemptive" war
but "predictive" war. Our reasoning was that "preemptive" war
required clear evidence that Iraq was threatening
or preparing to attack the United States, but George W. Bush
was simply predicting that Iraq might someday
pose a threat.
We compared the Bush Doctrine with "predictive
crime" featured in the futuristic Tom Cruise movie, "Minority Report,"
in which police rely on oracles to arrest
people who are judged to be on the verge of committing murder.
During the second presidential debate in
St. Louis on Oct. 8, Bush effectively confirmed that he is operating
under a doctrine of "predictive" war.
The admission came when Bush was discussing
the findings of his own inspection team, which had reported
that Iraq had no stockpiles of weapons
of mass destruction and that Iraq didn't even have any active programs
to build them. So, Bush shifted his defense.
His new argument for the Iraq invasion was
twofold: Saddam Hussein held a grudge against the United States
and harbored hopes that he might eventually
be able to restart his weapons programs.
Note: consortiumnews.com is the most important site on the internet
guy is trouble.
He's the one who exposed my Daddy on Iran-Contra.
We gotta get him inside a small plane..."
"The president was receiving secret signals
from aliens in outer space.
You heard it here on 'Meet the
manager Ken Mehlman, about the bulge on Bush's back Attribution
Why do they respond to questions with a joke?
Why can't they give a straight answer?
Why did Bush postpone his physical until after the election?
Why did chewing a pretzel make Bush pass out so fast that he
even have time to put his hands out and break his fall?
What aren't we being told?
Subject: media complicit
in truth shading
True. The Dems may be pussies BUT the Repugs
are extremely good at what they do
which is bullshitting to the Nth degree.
Have you ever seen such a flagrant display of
outright filth (and unchecked) in your
life? They can take ANY negative which should
(in a normal world) cripple them beyond
repair and turn it completely around to their benefit.
Rod Serling couldn't have written a better
episode of The Twilight Zone than what we've been
living through the last four years. Of
course, they've had GREAT help from the media which has
become nothing more than a collective cheap
whorehouse. And we all can name the whores in
order of importance to His Lowness, King
George the Second.
I don't have an answer to this. When citizens
lose the power and HONOR of the media,
then we truly are lost. Let's hope they
realize what they've indeed done before more young
Americans lose their lives. But that would
be in a perfect world, wouldn't it?
Robert, when a liar isn't called on his
lies, he's certain to lie again.
The Republicans can't be expected to police
The press isn't going to do it, so if the
Democrats refuse to do it,
we're always going to end up with the situation
we're in right now.
When will the Democrats join the fight?
blood in Iraq.
This was American soldier #1100.
stock drops on ad concerns
Anti-democracy broadcaster paying the cost
Sinclair's stock fell 55 cents to $6.49.
The shares dropped amid fresh concerns on
Wall Street, with analysts fretting over what looms
as a loss of advertising revenue for Sinclair.
Some securities analysts, who demanded not to be
quoted on record, said that they're concerned
about the potential development.
Sinclair, which owns the largest chain of
TV stations in the United States, had told its stations to
broadcast a lie that accuses Kerry of betraying
American prisoners during the Vietnam War.
The film, titled "Stolen Honor: Wounds
That Never Heal," is to be shown during prime-time hours
before the Nov. 2 election. The Sinclair
stations reach 1/4 U.S. television households.
"Stolen Honor" focuses on Kerry's 1971 antiwar
testimony to Congress about U.S. atrocities
and suggests that it hurt Americans who
were still being held in Vietnam.
Kerry's campaign has called the documentary
"lies" and "a smear."
"It's biased political propaganda, with clear
intentions to sway this election. For me, it's not about
right or left -- it's about what's
right or wrong in news coverage this close to an election. I have nothing
to gain here -- and really, I have
a lot to lose. At the end of the day, though, all you really have is your
credibility. There is going to be a
concerted effort on the part of my colleagues to make this as balanced
a program as they can. But the selection
of the material -- dumping it on the news department, and giving
them four days, and running it this
close to the election -- it's indefensible, in my opinion."
-- --Jon Leiberman,
Sinclair's lead political reporter, denouncing his boss's Nazi lies Attribution
Subject: Bora Bora
You know Bart I remember that time when
there was that "lull"
in fighting at Bora Bora and that convoy
of planes flew in.
They came in at night I think and it was
claimed that they flew a lot of people out.
It got a passing mention in some news services
(can't recall which).
I said to my partner when we were watching
"Thats the Americans letting Bin Laden out".
I've always believed that he was central
to the whole plot and there was never a serious
intention to kill or catch him at that
time. Not all that long after, Bush declared that Bin Laden
was marginalized or irrelevant or something.
It exists on video, that statement, even though he denies it now.
a Doubt: Bush a menace to our democracy
Forget 'liberal bias' -- for the Busheoisie it's 'reality
bias' from evilgopbastards.com
As we've reported here (most recently in
"The Fantasy-Camp Presidency of George W. Bush"),
reality plays no role in the decision-making
process within the Bush administration. In fact, there isn't
a true decision-making process at all.
The power and prestige of the United States' government, and
how US policy affects the lives of all
Americans and millions around the globe hinges solely on the
"gut instincts" of George W. Bush.
How do we know this is true? The truth was
revealed by the president himself. Writes Suskind:
Joe Biden was telling a story, a story about
the president. ''I was in the Oval Office a few months after
we swept into Baghdad,'' he began, ''and
I was telling the president of my many concerns'' -- concerns
about growing problems winning the peace,
the explosive mix of Shiite and Sunni, the disbanding of the
Iraqi Army and problems securing the oil
fields. Bush, Biden recalled, just looked at him, unflappably sure
that the United States was on the right
course and that all was well. '''Mr. President,' I finally said,
'How can you be so sure when you know you
don't know the facts?'''
Biden said that Bush stood up and put his
hand on the senator's shoulder. ''My instincts,'' he said. ''My instincts.''
Oh my. The emperor not only has no clothes,
he's a dangerous psychopath.
does America's top pollster keep getting it wrong?
Devout Evangelical Christian
pollster loves their Bush
A couple of weeks ago, Gallup had Bush
with a staggering 14 point lead.
But seven other polls released the same
week showed Bush with a 3 point lead.
Is Gallup cooking the books to get people
to back a winner?
Or are they just optimistic about the GOP
turnout being bigger than the Democrats'?
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will do their very best destroy him.
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babes are for Kerry-Edwards
"How poorly we understood Bush in 2000. We
could not imagine the possibility that the United States
would barely be on speaking terms with
some of its staunchest allies, and that America would be reviled
around the world as a bullying, imperialist
superpower. How far we have fallen from the bright fiscal
forecast in 2000, with surpluses that
offered the promise of debt paydown now replaced with a staggering
$500 billion annual deficit and the
national debt projected to exceed $9 trillion by 2010. As for Bush being
a uniter, sadly, the nation is more
polarized than it has been since the 1960s."
2000 Dubya endorser, Attribution
Subject: breaking election
John Kerry has a nationwide networked team
of election specialist pro-bono lawyers trained, and in place.
He's been sending out requests for people
to donate to his recount fund. One reason Gore was forced to
back off was Bush out-gunned him with $14M
in recount money versus Gore's $4M.
Senator Edwards has been speaking out about
election theft. And with most of the heavy weight
newspapers endorsing Kerry hopefully they'll
be cover election fraud more forcefully.
Lots of "voter watch" activites are scheduled
for Nov 2. Kerry isn't going anywhere without a hell of a fight...
The Demos have knocked Sinclair's stock
down $60M in a couple of weeks...they aren't backing off anything....
Bush Inc is going down.
Suzanne, from your lips to Koresh's ears...
Tucker Carlson, Jon Stewart Feuding
I need a tape of that Crossfire, will pay
or trade -
We have a winner, no more calls, please
Assassination Witness Summers Dies at 80
on Zapruder's film, he heard Connelly and Jackie's reactions
Michigan GOP Governor Milliken endorses Kerry
Bush has pursued policies "pandering to the extreme right
Rice, 42, gets fresh start with Seahawks
Greatest receiver of all time doesn't know when to retire
Stewart Gives Satire a Serious Look
Stewart took a surprisingly aggressive
stance in his appearance on CNN's "Crossfire,"
saying they just bring in a hack from the
left, a hack from the right, let them fight, and call it a day.
"You have a responsibility to the public discourse,
and you fail miserably," Stewart said.
Tucker Carlson hit back by citing Stewart's
with Kerry a couple of weeks ago.
Carlson suggested Stewart shouldn't lecture
them when he lobs softballs.
"You're on CNN. The show that leads into me is
puppets making crank phone calls," Stewart replied.
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Kennedy aide Pierre Salinger dies
Salinger died Saturday from heart failure
following surgery last week at a hospital in
southern France, his wife, Nicole "Poppy"
Salinger, said. She said her husband decided
to move to France because he was so deeply
opposed to the presidency of George W. Bush.
"He was very upset because he thought Bush was
not fit to be president. He said he would
leave if Bush became president and he did,"
Mrs. Salinger said.
He did the same in 1968 after the assassination
of Robert Kennedy, she said.
"He said, 'They're killing all the Kennedys,
and he left," she said.
"They" being the BFEE-types who use tools like murder to reach their
Again and again the question keeps coming up:
"Would evil men kill to take over the world?"
The obvious answer is yes.
- Unfit for Service
Was Bush thrown out of the ANG?
New information with regard to the meaning
of a special code which appears on George W. Bush's
Air National Guard discharge papers indicates
that he was being thrown out of the Air National Guard
for failing "to possess the required military
qualifications for his grade or specialty, or does not meet the
mental, moral, professional or physical
standards of the Air Force."
In other words, despite the fact that Bush
had an unfulfilled six year Military Service Obligation, he was
discharged from the Air National Guard
not because he moved to Boston, but because he failed to meet
his obligation to maintain his qualifications
as an F102 pilot.
Mutiny Soldiers Say Army Ignored Complaints
It's no good being forced to die for Halliburton
"The command just totally ignored them when they
told them this fuel was contaminated
and they were still gonna send them out
on this mission with contaminated fuel. They were
completely aware of this situation and
I believe it's a command issue, not a soldier issue,"
Shealey told CBS' "Early Show."
Last year, the top U.S. commander in Iraq,
Gen. Ricardo Sanchez, complained to the Pentagon
that his supply situation was so poor it
threatened the Army's ability to fight, said an official
document revealed by The WaHoPo on Monday.
In an interview with ABC's "Good Morning
America" show, Johnny Coates said his son
complained in one instance his truck broke
down four times on the way to delivering fuel.
Like other relatives, Coates called his
son a good soldier who felt he had to take a stand.
"I think he did the right thing. He lived to
talk about it for one more day."
Isn't that what this war is all about to
Getting thru one more day with your head
Subject: The voting scam
The headline you posted from the Yahoo/AP
source read, "Few Glitches Reported in Early Fla. Voting."
Voting has just started and when computers
crash, ballots screw up, election officials don't care?
If this were an operation it would be like
having two surgical instruments lost in the patient and the surgeon saying,
"Ah, it's only a 'few' instruments, we'll go
ahead, sew that up, and then continue the procedure.
These people want it screwed up.
These people want the patient, representative
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are blind to blundering Bush
Canada has a free press, so our ignorance puzzles them
"Amazingly, a recent CNN/USA Today poll showed 62%
of Republicans still believe Iraq was behind 9/11.
This is after a flood of contrary evidence
and Duelfer's report. How can Republicans remain so blinkered?
Part of the fault lies with the sycophantic
national media, which collaborated with the Bush administration in
whipping up war fever. The media still
are not telling people the truth about Iraq, Afghanistan, or the so-called
war on terrorism. The media utterly failed
to remind Americans that Bush, who loves to play war leader, actually
claimed Iraqi drone aircraft were poised
to fly off ships in the North Atlantic and bombard America with germs.
Bush should have been laughed out of office
for believing and promoting this comic-book nonsense. Many Republicans
simply don't see what the rest of the world
does. So what if Iraq was no threat? Don't bother these golf club Rambos
with details. They're delighted to see
the U.S. pounding Arabs in revenge for 9/11."
Subject: 2 weeks to go
I LOVE bartcop.com!!! And I am glad
you got a bit of a fun break from slaving over a hot computer for us.
I know you want the Dems to fight and that
you are disappointed when they don't. But we have only 2 weeks
to go till the [s]election.
We need ALL the positive thoughts we can get for a victory. So I
just have one plea to you.
Pleeezze - for the next 2 weeks - pleezee
don't slam Dems for not fighting.
Today I only got to 'Jeb Ignored Felon List
Advice' - important information to know. But then I read your comment,
'Prediction: The Democrats are going to let them
get away with it.' and I audibly threw up my hands [repeat same for
your extended comments after 'St. Louis
runs Bartcop-style ads'].
A good way for the democrats to get me to
stop complaining about their lack of effort would be to fight.
Maybe instead of slamming the Dems for the
next 2 weeks, you could re-frame your comments to positive action
readers can take to make sure the Dems
We need some power-of-positive-thinking
/ unity right now instead of dissing our own side [as Democrats/liberals
Don't discourage those readers rooting
for our side! You might talk someone[s] into giving up and not voting,
or switching to FuriousGeorge, thinking
Dems are all loosers.
I'm not suggesting censorship - just redirection.
Give it a break for 14 days.
Thanks for all your hard work - everybody
knows how hard it is.
T, I will try.
soldier body count in Iraq
1075, 1086, 1092,
1102, dead American soldiers.
10 dead just since Saturday.
The polls tell us America wants more war,
more countries invaded,
more obscene profits for BIG OIL,
more pollution in the air and water,
and more soldiers killed.
Are the polls right?
wounded, injured or mentally ill
...and he's running for re-election?
Subject: WBAY and Michael
The Michael Moore schtupping by pay-per-view
should be proof positive that the BFEE
controls virtually all of the media decisions
made in this country.
The fact that The People are either too
stupid to rise up with one voice and throw these fascists out of office,
or too distracted by there own troubles,
or maybe too overwhelmed by the sheer size and number of scams
these thieves are running is a sad commentary
on the intellect of our nation.
As far as WBAY; I am not a conspiracy nut,
however, could it be that the down-on-their-knees media press
is giving false props to the Repugnicans
as far as polling goes so that we'll swallow the theft of the White House
(for the second time) a lot easier? This
"error" by WBAY may be part of Karl Rove's master plan.
I feel that the most honest quote to come
out of this campaign happened when Kerry (in an aside to union leaders)
said, "This is the biggest bunch of crooks
I have ever seen". I just wish he would have the Bart-stones to shout it
from a podium somewhere.
Keep Hammerin' Bart, it inspires us to do
You have two minutes to record your message.
"Fear is the dominant, almost exclusive message
of the Bush campaign.
It has to be.
Without fear...this administration
can't maintain the illusion of legitimacy."
--Daytona Beach (Florida) News-Journal,
endorsing Kerry, Attribution
O'Reilly's Pleasure Zone
O'Reilly is a kinky mother
Subject: major correction
for Vol 1423
With all due respect, WHAT THE "F" ARE YOU
You wrote in response to a reader:
> Stay safe, and come home safely so we can argue
Hillary's election in 2008.
No offense, sir, but this HAS to be the
dumbest thing I've ever read on your site.
WHY WOULD HILLARY RUN AGAINST HER OWN PARTY
I was going to actually vote Kerry because
I hated Bush so much. But now, I'm voting
for Kerry because I actually think he'll
do very well running the country starting 20 January 2005.
Kerry will do a helluva job, I'm sure of
that. Perhaps not as well as Clinton did, but will still be one
of our better Presidents. Why would
Hillary run against him in 2008?
By the way, while you're reading this, the
radio shows are near-damn-perfect. Keep 'em up.
People are now coming over to my apartment
and asking me what the newest issue of BCR I currently have.
They make me play them at full volume out
of the computer. And yes, I do open my window and yell
"I'm mad as hell, and I'm not going to
take it anymore!"
Other than this one mistake, and as far
as I can tell the ONLY mistake, the site is one of the premier sites on
It's one of only 5 pages I check every
day. And two of those are sites I built, one is e-mail, and the other
and baseball scores on Yahoo. So
keep up the major ass-kicking.
Bee Bee, thanks for those words of yours that were kind :)
You see Kerry as a sure winner on November 2nd.
Let's hope you're right.
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