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1429 - Depraved Indifference
Tues-Wed Oct 26-27,
2004 Download F 9/11
Mike Malloy on AAR weeknights
"Nixon was a professional politician, and I
despised everything he
stood for -- but if he were running
for president this year against
the evil Bush-Cheney gang, ...I would
happily vote for him."
- Hunter S. Thompson, Attribution
Blames America for Bloody Ambush
Watch out, Sir, or Bush will have bullets
installed in your head
Allawi has blamed U.S forces for "great
negligence" in the ambush that killed 50 Iraqi soldiers.
He blamed the coalition for poor security
in Saturday's ambush about 95 miles east of Baghdad.
"It was a heinous crime where a group of National
Guards were targeted," Allawi said. "There was
great negligence on the part of some coalition
forces. It seems there was sort of determination on
doing Iraq and Iraqi people harm."
Wow! That statement says he is directly
accusing the US of deliberately having these men killed?
Randi Rhodes always says, (and I agree)
thr BFEE thrives on chaos. That's how they make a profit.
Once Iraq is stable, auditors and accountants
can come in and see what's going on, so to prevent
that and to allow the hundred-million-dollars-a-day
thefts to continue, the situation is intentionally
kept in such a riotous and dangerous state
so nobody but loyal-to-Bush soldiers see what's up.
So vote for Bush, so this constant hellish state of death and
murder will continue..
"Our Election 2004 Fiasco Preview begins where
the fiasco began last time: Florida.
While The Sunshine State's 2000 debacle
gave us 36 days of breezy, lighthearted fun,
there were negative aspects as well,
and the state has been warned by God four times
this hurricane season alone to never
let it happen again."
--Jon Stewart, Attribution
Florida vote scandal revealed
by Greg Palast, reporting
for BBC's Newsnight
A secret document obtained from inside
Bush campaign headquarters in Florida suggests
a plan - possibly in violation of US law
- to disrupt voting in the state's African-American
voting districts, a BBC Newsnight investigation
It lists 1,886 names and addresses of voters
in predominantly black and traditionally Democrat
areas of Jacksonville, Florida.
An elections supervisor in Tallahassee, when shown the list, told
Newsnight: "The only possible reason why
they would keep such a thing is to challenge voters on election day."
Did you know the GOP will have thousands of lawyers at precints who will challenge black voters
and try to intimidate them into giving
up and going home? Disgraceful bastards, the GOP, and
disgraceful that the Democrats remain silent
about these constant illegal GOP tactics.
How did I get in a party of quitters and
"We're not in the least bit biased, we're a
fair and balanced company, our slogan is fair and balanced.
It's full of Democrats and Republicans,
the others only have Democrats. We don't take any position there at all."
--FOX News owner Rupert Murdoch,
as big a lying, Nazi whore as there is, Attribution
Rehnquist May Be 'October Surprises'
Rehnquist's cancer immediately put the
Supreme Court and abortion onto the front burner,
while the revelation about the looting
of 377 tons of explosives in Iraq gave Kerry an opening
to accuse Bush of "incredible incompetence."
Plus, the execution-style slaying of
50 newly trained Iraqi soldiers, underscores the chaos that still
rages 19 months after Bush illegally invaded
a country that hadn't attacked anyone in a decade.
refusal to use the BIG hammer on the abortion
issue is one of a hundred
hueueueueueuge mistakes he has made in this campaign.
Why is Kerry being so nice to Bush?
Why does Kerry refuse to use the BIG hammer on the abortion issue?
Doesn't Kerry want to wint?
Kerry refuses to use plain and simple language such as, "I guarantee that if Bush wins, women all over
America will be reduced to dangerous,
back alley abortions. Don't let Bush do that to you!"
But, as though he were Al Gore's twin, he refuses to use
the words that could win this for him.
Why does our side refuse to use the tools we have? Why is he being so considerate to Bush?
Doesn't Kerry want to win?
Subject: last issue's Monkey
Tell Leffler the truth.
JFK was murdered 2 - 3 days after he told
the Pentagon to shove Operation Northwoods up their ass!
A certain faction is runnin this country
and that is that!
Stewart v. 'Perception Management'
by on-fire Robert Parry at consortiumnews.com
More promising has been the growth of the
dissident media, which stood up when the disasters
could have been averted. Beyond the Web-based
outlets, there are other signs of change.
Liberal radio talk shows, like those on
Air America, have begun to crack the longstanding
conservative monopoly in AM talk radio.
Perhaps most encouraging has been the emergence
of Comedy Central's "The Daily Show"
with Jon Stewart as a powerful antidote
to Washington's self-absorbed, self-important culture.
Stewart's comedy news program lampoons
not only politicians (like "Saturday Night Live" does)
but the national news media as well. In
"The Daily Show," Stewart often acts as a straight man
while his fake "news correspondents" parody
the absurd news judgments of their real-life counterparts.
Note: consortiumnews.com is the most important site on the internet. You should read their stuff.
Subject: Heard BCRadio
intro on Air America Today
Heard the "I'm mad as hell and I'm not going
to take it any more......."
on the Columbus AAR station after they
came back from a break about 11 am.
Tyler, thanks for that.
The view from Iowa
A weekly column by Mike Palecek,
former federal prisoner for peace,
county prisoner, Iowa Democratic Party candidate,
small-town newspaper reporter.
"Democrats have been panting to get a gun into
their nominee's hands for a month now.
Apparently three Purple Hearts, a Silver
Star and a Bronze Star in Vietnam combat are
not enough - even for Mr. Kerry, who
seems to agree with the Vietnam-evading president
and vice president that he has to prove
he would be as tough on national security as they have been.
-- Maureen Dowd, on why Kerry dressed
up in a duck costume last week Attribution
A shout out to my good friend Rob A in Free Union,
Your stickers are on the way, Dude.
Dear Bart Cop,
I've just begun regularly checking out your
Web site [because of a recommendation
Malloy on Air America Radio] and am I loving it.
Then I checked out Consortium News as you
suggested. They are really great.
I'll be telling my friends to check out bartcop.comandconsortiumnews.com.
Thanks for doing what you do and doing
it so well.
Re-Defeat Bush in '04
Laughs? Try Fox
It is that unintended quality that makes
Hannity's "interviews" so remarkably ridiculous that it is impossible
not to laugh. When the men who run the
country come on his show -- as they have been for "energize-the-base"
appearances in recent days -- Hannity greets
them with a demeanor reminiscent of the "Wayne's World" guys
falling to their knees before Alice Cooper
and crying, "We are not worthy!" There will be those who suggest
that it is unfair to pick on Hannity because,
as a Fox host, he is not supposed to be concerned about his
credibility as a television interviewer.
But Hannity's "interviews" are not Fox bad, they are William
singing "Lucy in the Sky with Diamonds"
Subject: Ditto Monkeys
I still love the page, and will still be
here as long as it is.
I don't get to read every day but I do
get as many reads as I can.
After all this time (you know I've been
around for a long time--I was around when Bartcop Manor
was an RV parked out back), ha
ha my favorite regular
feature has been Monkey Mail.
I've got to wonder though: Is it me, or
has the quality of the Monkeys sending you mail
taken a steep slide downhill? Are
there any ditto monkeys worth the name left?
Also, why do think all your stalkers seem
to be guys?
Maybe that alpha male things chimps get
caught up in?
Isaac, I suspect even the most bloody-handed
knuckle-draggers have come to realize
that Bush has been a total disaster and
is unworthy of any kind of spirited defense.
The war is a daily atrocity, the economy
is in shambles, the whole world hates us, etc., etc., etc.
I believe the monkeys have gone in to a
deep depression because of the head Chimp.
Note to readers: Isaac is a bartcop.com
He wrote some clever e-mails back in, ...maybe
1998? ...and I told him, "Dude, you got flare!"
so he started writing more. As time went
by, his confidence increased and he applied for a job
with a small Minnesota newspaper where
his star began rising. His work caught the eye of some
big fish and he was lured to the state's
big paper (sorry for the lack of specifics).
Since then, Isaac has won several journalism
All praise to Isaac Peterson!
to defend 'liberal' label
by Dwayne Wickham, USA Today
This past weekend, George W. Bush tried
to put a fine point on the presidential campaign.
He framed the race as a contest between
him, "a compassionate conservative," and Kerry,
who "sits on the far-left bank" of this
nation's ideological spectrum. By branding Kerry a liberal,
Bush hopes to eke out an advantage over
Kerry in the closing days of this campaign, which many
pollsters now see as a dead heat.
Error in judgment
During the past quarter century, Republicans
have succeeded in making "liberal" a bad word,
in large part because Democrats have
retreated in the face of the attacks. That was a serious mistake.
While Ronald Reagan's popularity fueled
the assault on "tax-and-spend liberals," the unwillingness of Democrats
to defend liberalism allowed opponents
to get away with it. Liberals, Republicans want you to believe, are soft
on crime, weak on defense, advocates of
ever-increasing taxes and proponents of "big government."
Many left-leaning Democrats now call themselves
"progressives" rather than counterattack this conservative
assault. But ironically, Republicans, including
Bush, embrace some of the pillars of American liberalism.
Two weeks ago, Bush signed a hurricane
bill in Florida, a key election state - and $3 billion to help farmers
and ranchers recover from natural disasters.
Most of the hurricane aid will be doled out by the FEMA,
a big-government agency created by President
Carter. Farmers, many of whom live in red states, are used to
getting federal handouts. Last year, they
pocketed $6.7 billion in payments and "$5.4 billion in other types of
subsidies," according to The WaHoPo.
When Bush engages in big-government payouts,
it's called compassionate conservatism. When Democrats
advocate such programs, they are attacked
as tax-and-spend liberals. Some of the hurricane aid will come
from the Small Business Administration,
another big-government program. Bush might call these acts of
compassion, but they're better described
as liberal actions to aid his constituents.
Instead of ducking every time Bush lobs
an attack on liberalism, Democrats should point out how often
he embraces the good it produced. They
should remind voters that it wasn't limited government that created
housing for returning GIs after World War
II. That it wasn't a massive tax cut for the wealthy that funded Social
Security for U.S. workers. And that it
wasn't conservative ideals that built the interstate highway system, which
fueled the growth of the auto industry.
Conservatives seem to have no problem with
the huge federal expenditures that produced all of this. What causes
them to crawl into their "small-government-is-good-government"
shell is federal spending on the poor. That's what
makes them complain of "bleeding-heart
liberals." They've countered with "faith-based initiatives" and "school
which don't solve the larger problems.
I wish Kerry and other Democrats would
find the courage to say this and fight back
the next time Bush treats "liberal" like
a dirty word.
I wish we could send this to every Democrat on The Hill, make
them sign it
and return it to us so we'd know they knew they were f-ing up.
They are so afraid - why are they so afraid?
And if they're that afraid, why don't they resign so someone
with more courage
can take their place and we can remove the Monster who has stolen
Massacre Was an Inside Job?
How did the evildoers know to stop that particular bus?
The massacre was the most dramatic of a
growing number of precision attacks by
guerrillas who appear to be operating with
inside information of Iraqi security forces.
"Subversion of the government and armed forces
is the bread and butter of an insurgency,"
said Bruce Hoffman, a RAND Corp. counterinsurgency
expert who advised the U.S.-led
occupation authority. "These people know
what they're doing. They're pushing all the levers."
The fact that the insurgents managed to
waylay so many troops - unarmed, in civilian clothes
and headed home on leave - led some to
speculate they were tipped off on the recruits' movements.
"There was probably collusion among the soldiers
or other groups," Aqil Adili told Al-Arabiya television.
"Otherwise, the gunmen would not have gotten
the information about the soldiers' departure from their
training camp and that they were unarmed."
Knowing they were unarmed meant everything.
They could've set a trap, told everyone
they were unarmed, then given them weapons at the last minute
so they could defend themselves if attacked
- but that would require some defense and planning.
If we can't trust them with weapons, why
are we bothering to train them?
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George's Explosive Problem
They saw no need to guard 377
tons of UHG explosives?
Here is some perspective on those ultrahigh
grade explosives that the
Bush regime allowed Iraqi terrorists to
steal from under their noses:
How many of our soldiers will die because there weren't
to guard all the caches of conventional explosives that Saddam
Thanks to my man Julius in PittsburgH.
"I'm sick of it.
...my whole life,
...my cousin's whole life.
...my father's whole life,
...my grandfather's whole life."
-- Boston baseball fan John Holmes, on the Red Sox's
86-year losing streak.
Being down 3-0, my Cardinals will need a St Louis Catholic miracle
to win this.
But if we have to lose, at least the misery of those poor, pitiful
Red Sox fans will be eased,
but doesn't it make it that much harder for the poor, pitiful
Chicago Cubs fans?
Subject: the real GDP
The Bushites are touting economic improvements.
From 2000-2004, the GDP increased 5.8%
in inflation-adjusted dollars, from 9.82
trillion to 10.4 trillion. But we live in a world economy,
where by some estimates 40% of our gooder
services come from other countries (almost like imports).
So we should look at our economy in some
more international way. The three obvious methods are
the economy in terms of foreign currency,
the economy in terms of some standard of trade, or the
economy in terms of a commonly needed item.
I chose the Euro, gold, and oil for these three.
Then I compiled the economic and pricing
information (it was hard work!) to produce these details:
In 2000, our GDP totalled 11.7 trillion
Euros. In 2004 it was 8.2 trillion, a loss of 29.2%.
In 2000, our GDP was valued at 33.7 billion
ounces of gold. In 2004, it was 24.4 billion, a loss of 27.6%.
In 2000, our GDP could have purchased 594
billion barrels of oil. In 2004 it can purchase 317 billion, a loss
So by reasonable standards, our GDP has
dropped between 27.6% and 68.4% under Bush.
Not a good record.
you can vote early, DO IT!
The Bush bastards will say, "You can't
vote here," if you're of color,
so voting early gives you a chance to kick them in their little
have become the message
Why bother with the candidates when the media looks the other
Nevermind that Bush is dragging the world
into a nuclear World War III, let's concentrate on:
Moore writing a column for USA Today that the Freepers didn't like
The whores at Sinclair Broadcasting, forcing their outlets to run lies about Kerry
Dan Rather didn't do his homework,
so that "proves" the liberal media conspiracy
ABC News political director
Mark Halperin wrote a left-leaning memo
FOX News's Carl Cameron faked
a story that hinted Kerry was gay
A Whore Street Journal reporter
said security in Iraq was crumbling
Bill O'Reilly walks around with
a penis-shaped vibrator in his butt
Since the media wants Bush to win, they run those stories instead of the issues.
Dropped in Cheney Event Case
Lax security gets innocent woman arrested by Cheney gang
Confidence Hits 7-Month Low
How can the Monkey have a chance when
America has no confidence in him?
Evangelicals Could Cost Bush Votes
Bush loses them on tax givewaways for the super-rich and
his Iraq lies
Hilton to Open Club Paris in Vegas
That's what Vegas needs - a little glitz to draw more customers
Do you have a friend who's undecided about this election?
Here to order Fahrenheit
...and then watch it with them.
When you're done, say, "Are
you still considering voting for Bush?
Calling It for Kerry
by Canadian Michael
has been a massive registration of university students, way beyond previous
Friday, at U of Wis.,
6850 students registered for the first time in Madison alone (on a
35,000 student campus).
They are not Bush voters.
black registrants in Cleveland are up 250 percent, White registration is
up 25 percent.
cent of voters have only cell phones, no landlines. They cannot be polled.
bishops. Catholics are pro-choice 3-to-1, and they resent religious hierarchy
wing has gone to the well of hatred one election too many, and that this
their weak candidate and weak
record will catch up to them.
lost in Iraq could kill 205 million people
by John in DC
- saw the link on buzzflash.com
So you can fully grasp what Bush let the
terrorists get in Iraq.
1. 380 tons of explosives stolen in Iraq.
2. One US ton = 2,000 pounds
3. So, 380 tons of explosives x 2,000 pounds
= 760,000 pounds
4. One pound of this explosive brought
down the Pan Am jet over Lockerbie, Scotland, killing 270 people.
5. If one pound is enough for one Lockerbie,
then 760,000 pounds is enough to blow 760,000 US commerical jets out of
6. 760,000 Lockerbies times 270 dead per
Lockerbie = 205,200,000 dead
7. 205 million dead is 2/3 of the population
of the United States.
Obviously, no one knows how many exactly
would be killed in each attack - some attacks
would kill more people (by blowing up over
Paris) and others fewer (by not working at all).
But the main point here is that we just
gave them enough explosives to try 760,000 times.
Think about that.
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"The Bush administration has known for OVER
that dangerous weapons and munitions
have been stolen from Iraq,
right out from under our noses.
Probably the same weapons the
so-called "insurgents" are using to
blow up our troops and civilians.
So . . . . lemme get this straight.
They made up lies about WMDs in Iraq,
and then can't hang onto REAL weapons?
-- Mike Malloy, Air America Radio's nighttime
Facts and 1 Opinion
The Case Against Bush
1. The Bush Administration has spent more
than $140 billion on a war of choice in Iraq.
2. The Bush Administration sent troops into
battle without adequate body armor or armored Humvees.
Sources: Fox News, The
Note: FOX took their article down,
to protect Bush
3. The Bush Administration ignored estimates
from Gen. Eric Shinseki that several hundred
thousand troops would
be required to secure Iraq.
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Subject: Does Hunter S.
Thompson read bartcop.com?
Hunter Thompson has a wonderful essay in
Rolling Stone this month,
but I would swear it could have been written
"Presidential politics is a vicious business,
even for rich white men, and anybody who gets into
it should be prepared to grapple with the
meanest of the mean. The White House has never been
seized by timid warriors. There are no
rules, and the roadside is littered with wreckage. That is why
they call it the passing lane. Just ask
any candidate who ever ran against George Bush -- Al Gore,
Ann Richards, John McCain -- all of them
ambushed and vanquished by lies and dirty tricks.
And all of them still whining about it.
That is why Bush is president, and Al Gore
is not. Bush simply wanted it more, and he was willing
to demolish anything that got in his way,
including the U.S. Supreme Court. It is not by accident that
the Bush White House (read: Dick Cheney
& Halliburton Inc.) controls all three branches of our federal
government today. They are powerful thugs
who would far rather die than lose the election in November."
Chookie, that's good stuff - thanks.
But it may just be that Hunter and I are both telling the truth.
The Dallas Cowboys lost to Green Bay Sunday, (by 21 points) so
it was a good weekend.
soldier body count in Iraq
1086, 1103, 1105,
1109, dead American soldiers.
They got four
more since Monday
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?
Simpson lip-synching on SNL...
Isn't this really the fault of Lorne Michaels, the producer?
He's obviously giving the "live" performers permission to screw
the audience, so how
can we blame the artists who cheat for not wanting to make a
blunder in front of millions?
Like the Democrats who f-ing sleep while the BFEE robs the Treasury
and the world blind,
doesn't the enabler deserve some of the blame for allowing the
infraction to take place?
Sidebar: I saw/heard her on the Radio
Music Awards - she was bloody awful.
She was off-key most of the song and worse, didn't seem to know she was
Plus, she sand a terrible song when each line started high and powerful
she swallowed the second half of every line so it sounded even worse.
No wonder she lip-synchs - she can't sing.
You have two minutes to record your message.
Confronts Cheney on Iraq
She lost a grandson for Halliburton and isn't happy
Her grandson Steve was among the soldiers
killed last November when insurgents
in Fallujah shot down the Chinook helicopter
he was riding in.
Devastated by the loss and the fear of what
else could happen, Hobbs said her health
deteriorated to the point where she suffered
kidney failure the month after her grandson's
death, putting her in a wheelchair.
Cheney spotted her in her wheelchair in an audience of
rabid Bush-Cheney supporters and invited
her to ask him a question.
Hobbs asked Cheney, "Is there anybody who
knows a time limit" for pulling out of Iraq?
"I have four over there. ... I had one killed.
... I'd like a little peace."
Shirley Manson hasn't been on TV since my faux obsession
with her and my obsession with her music began in Octber 2001.
She's on TV Thursday night, singing a duet with Debby Harry for Women
Rock on Lifetime's Breast Cancer show.
No telling if Shirley the sex goddess or Shirley the construction
worker will show up, but it's been three long years and I can't wait.
Either way, this won't be vintage Shirley, but it'll be good
to see her back on the stage singing with one of her idols.
I think they're doing Blondie's "Heart of Glass."
Since there is no God, the best female performer in rock will
only get to sing that half a song,
but it'll be a nice prelude for the new CD that's due out maybe
in 90 days.
Expect Pokerfests in multiple cities as they tour this spring.
Sidebar: U2's new CD comes out Thanksgiving week - where/when
is their tour?
Brent Spiner, (Data on Next Generation) is doing
a three-episode arc on UPN's struggling Enterprise
as an ancestor of Dr Noonian Soong, Data's creator. Spiner
loves playing evil dudes, so look for
some delicious overacting as he tries to breathe life into Star
Trek's final (?) TV series.
You know, there is no need to try and reason
politics with my 2 year old grandson,
and you seem to be on the same intellectual
level as he is - at some risk of offending my grandson.
Can your grandson kick your ass in a live
debate with people watching?
If you'd like to make a point, and sound
mildly intelligent I'd like to offer some suggestions.
First, since Barbara Olsen IS dead, maybe
you could consider re-writing this?
Note: He must be talking about http://www.bartcop.com/libmedia.htm
Sure, I could go back and re-write everything when the facts change, but why should I?
Should I take a year off and go back and
change each "President Clinton" to "former President Clinton?"
I have a suggestion for you:
Consider that you came in late.
It might show that you know what you're
talking about a little more, and it would show
a little respect for someone who was innocently
murdered in an attack on our soil.
I had no respect for Barbara Olson when
she was alive. Why should her bad luck change the fact
that she was a bad person who got rich(er)
screaming "pervert" and "rapist" at the most popular president
in modern times just so she could sell
a few more books? She was Ann Coulter without the eating disorders.
Dying doesn't turn a slut into a saint.
Also, I have a policy not to change what's
Lots of whore publications, like the NYWTimes change their history when they get caught.
I think it shows honor to stand by my words
- I don't hide from anybody or anything.
Secondly, as most of you on the wild-eyed
left, you spend most of your time calling those who disagree names.
This is primarily a comedy page.
If you want dead-serious news, go to buzzflash.com
Those sites have all the integrity in the
world, but very fews laughs, such as your Monkey Mail.
Now I'm going to surprise you here.
I'm actually a Democrat.
I know, you're going to say that I'm a
lying sack of shit, I understand that.
Why would I call you a lying sack of shit?
I try to operate on facts, and I know of
no fact that would disprove your allegation that you are a Democrat.
You seem to make a lousy first impression,
and that stick up your ass tells me you're not enjoying life,
but some Democrats are like that so I have
no factual basis on which to challenge your claim.
But the truth is, I have decided that I
will not vote democratic in this election
specifically because of the type of juvenile
antics pointed out above.
You're a lying sack of shit.
You're a brainless Monkey who would enable
Bush to continue his global murder spree
because you failed to get the jokes on
a comedy site you found on the Internet?
You could run for the Mayor of Monkeyville.
If this is the kind of candidate that is
running - I want no part of it.
You guys couldn't lead a thirsty horse
Well, as Dick Armey used to say, "You couldn't sell pussy on
a troop train."
Wait, you're that same shit-for-brains Monkey who wrote last issue.
I may have an IQ of 64, but I can remember a Monkey's nutty grunts
You're just about the lamest Monkey ever, writing twice in two
days then claiming
you just stumbled on the site and now you feel you have to change
You need to have some sex with yourself, Leffler,
but thanks for the Monkey laughs.
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Shrl, call The BartPhone,
just to say "Hi!"
Plus, leave an e-mail address and I'll make you a BartCop
Member - for free!
You can call the Bart-Phone at 918-748-1714
That would be really cool, and we'll catch you in Vegas at The
Joint on your next American tour.
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