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"They wrote in the old days that it is sweet and
fitting to die for one's country.
There is nothing sweet nor fitting in your
dying. You will die like a dog for no good reason."
Hemingway, who never even knew The Monkey Attribution
for War in Iraq Hits New Low
...but we love the Monkey who lied us
into that bloody mess?
Support for the war in Iraq has continued to
erode, but most Americans still
are inclined to give Bush time to try to stabilize
things before it withdraws troops.
The percentage of Americans who believed the
situation in Iraq was "worth going
to war over" had sunk to a new low of 39%. When
the same question was asked
in a similar poll in October, 44% said it had been
worth going to war..
by Nat Parry at consortiumnews.com
George W. Bush has declared his election victory
the "accountability moment,"
which both cleanses him of blame for the war in
Iraq and may clear the way for
new wars in the future, a kind of absolution and
Bush reportedly is asserting, too, that his
mandate puts him above post-Vietnam War
laws that require a president to inform Congress
of covert operations and get war-powers
approval. Journalist Seymour Hersh seems on target
when he describes plans to both
circumvent the rules on covert actions and consolidate
these secret activities under
Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld and his band
of neoconservatives in the Pentagon.
Like a recent story in Newsweek, Hersh indicates
in a New Yorker article that Bush may
seek to replicate the "death squad" operations
used in the 1980s against leftist rebels and
their supporters in Central America. Hersh said
the new approach will include deploying
counter-terrorist "action teams" in Iraq
and around the world.
"Do you remember the right-wing execution squads
in El Salvador?" a former high-level
intelligence official asked Hersh, recalling the
Salvadoran "death squads." "We founded
them and we financed them," the ex-official
said. Now, a former military officer added,
"We're going to be riding with the bad boys."
Note: consortiumnews.com is the
most important site on the Internet.
Subject: bart vs the soldier
You were very harsh and critical of that soldier
who just wanted to tell the truth of the reality in Iraq.
If you call your attitude "support of the troops" then
I'd hate to see what you'd say
if you were like those other libs who just plain
hate the troops.
Like he said, your web page only hurts the troops.
That's Monkey talk.
I showed restraint with that soldier - it was obvious I was holding back.
He's about to get shot at in Iraq.
The truth is not going to hurt him.
Chair Ken Mehlman is Gay
...and he hired a babykiller to help him
Will anyone in the media try to get a statement
from America's leading champions of "moral values"?
Laura the Unloved
movie short by Eric Blumrich featuring Mike Malloy
Thanks to Poker Queen
Island: A FOX Reality-Based TV Show
Starring Congressional Leaders, With Your Host Alberto Gonzales
with a hood over his head, at the top of a pyramid of his Republican puppets
their genitals bouncing into
each other as Tom leads cheers for Bush's inauguration and Dennis Hastert
urinates on himself while trying
to keep his side of the pyramid from collapsing.
And did we
forget cat torturer Bill Frist? Maybe he can get the boot and pipe treatment
from Alberto G's "crew,"
and if he survives he can write it
up as a scientific experiment, explaining how much physical pain and trauma
the human body can take just before
it ceases to function. That's if Frist survives. Many at Abu Ghraib and
Guantanamo apparently haven't. They
left in body bags, not wheel chairs.
... the view from Iowa
by Mike Palecek
...author and former federal prisoner for peace,
Bush killed outside Baghdad
Fake headline from cartoonist Mo Paul
Jenna Bush, one of president Bush's twin daughters,
was killed today with 7 others of her unit
just outside Baghdad. Jenna, who was drafted
in May of 2006, was with a supply unit bringing
water and medicine to a makeshift hospital when
a suicide car bomber slammed into her truck.
16 civilians were also killed in the attack, including
The president was informed of his daughter's death
just before sunrise this morning. An hour later,
with his wife Laura by his side, president Bush
made a brief statement. "Laura and I were deeply
saddened to hear about the death of our beloved
daughter Jenna, as was her sister Barbara.
She died doing what she loved, serving her nation's
call in a time of great strife. Her sacrifice is
an example to all the world of the importance of
our mission in the Middle East".
The president went on to say, "Jenna was a brave
young woman, and her sacrifice was well worth it
in the long run, and many, many more brave young
men and women will be called upon to continue
the march to freedom and democracy in Iraq and
He then left the podium and Laura held his hand
as they went back into the White House, heads bowed.
Funeral arrangements have been made for Jenna Bush
at president Bush's own Episcopal Church.
The president does not plan to attend.
Subject: Bush elected - problems
I am not optimistic about the future of America.
I wonder if we will still be a nation four years from now.
When I look at how far America has fallen in the
last four years I can't help but to wonder if we are at
the beginning of the second dark ages. We are a
nation who values war over peace and debt over fiscal
responsibility. And now old people will have to
eat dog food and go without medicine as we gut Social
Security so that the rich can get tax cuts. Our
children fight and die for oil company's profits.
And I am ashamed to live in a country that no
longer has any real moral values.
San Francisco, CA.
Get your "Not
me!" wristbands right here!
a friend happy
If every person who didn't want to go to Iraq
would just "smoke a pole"
or "munch a carpet" maybe they'd get kicked out
of the military and therefore,
wouldn't be sent to die for Bush's oil grab.
Subject: talking stupid to
to that soldier
You told a Soldier that you know more about
what's going on in Iraq than he does
(despite the fact he's actually BEEN there).
Whatever you're smoking, you need to cut back some.
Either that, or see a psychiatrist for that raging
case of delusional hubris you've got.
You need a boot in YOUR ass for saying some stupid
shit like that.
Have a nice day.
I think my meaning was clear to all but the longest-armed monkeys.
Getting shot at in Iraq, he probably doesn't have time to skim 50-100
news stories a day,
skim 100-200 e-mails a day, skim a dozen columnists, rtc..
Have a banana, Brandt, then suck on it.
"JoJo, Hillary Duff, Ruben Studdard, Boxkar, aAnd
what are they calling this?
"America's Future Rocks Today." No. No America is
not going to "Rock Today"
with JoJo, Hillary Duff, Ruben Studdard and
Boxkar. Can these artists rock? Not fucking likely.
Here is what Boxkar has to say about itself
on their own website: Their songs have an appeal and
realness of a Matchbox Twenty with a swagger
of an Aerosmith. Wanting to have the "appeal and
realness" of Matchbox Twenty is like wanting
to be funny like Bob Saget. After the inauguration
I suggest a new name: A Flock of Wankers."
We've got the right books by the right authors.
Ok, ok. So you think Kerry and Biden wimped
out on the Rice hearing.
But, why not say some nice things about my Senator,
She nailed Rice and would not back down.
Boxer has guts and has been a very good Senator.
When Repubs say "Over
my dead body," the Democrats drop their
Dems say, "Gee,
we don't like you, but we'll confirm you, anyway," ...so
it's not the same.
And even tho Boxer risked more than any other Democratic senator,
what did she risk?
Boxer simply did her job.
We're in so much trouble, we give a standing ovation if a Democrat comes
Subject: I'm just gonna moon
my TV, Bart
Those Bush bastards and their messianic delusions
scare the shit out of me.
Early Momentum in DNC Race
Howard Dean's hard-charging race to head the
Democratic National Committee
is gaining early momentum that recalls the streaking
start of his 2004 presidential campaign.
Dean dominated the Democrats' presidential race
through 2003, raising more than $40 million
and recruiting thousands of supporters through
the Internet. But Dean stumbled as nutty Iowa
Democrats rallied around Kerry because they thought
was "more electable."
Subject: a bartcop story
I was driving on I-696 north of Detroit with
my Bartcop sticker proudly displayed on the
back window of my pickup when what I thought was
a crazy man pulled up beside me and
started blowing his horn and waving.
I thought there was going to be some trouble
until I realized that he was waiving a Bartcop sticker at me!
Lots of smiles and waiving followed.
If others have similar stories, and they should
as the hammer gets bigger, I think it would be cool to share them.
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"...I have one simple message: Get over it. Get
over it. President Bush is our president
for the next four years, so get over it and
start to act in your interest, Europe,"
Joe Biden (R-Bush Suck) during the hearing to confirm Ghost Killa Condi Attribution
"Amazing! Joe Biden has managed to kiss TWO asses
at the same time, Bush and Rice.
Hey, Joe? Do us a favor and borrow Senator
Boxer's testicles. Her's are the size a real man's should be."
Subject: the torture thing
I turn to Bartcop when I need a source of righteous
anger that does justice to the outrages
the bush administration hurls at us every day. Many
thanks for that. Today, however, on Bartcop itself
--a pretty cocky, even scary, assumption! Dismayed
enough I have to accept your invitation to comment.
Re: "Is it always inexcusable,
with no exceptions, and in all cases, to torture
a certainly guilty man?"
Wary as I am of categoricals, I have to take
strong exception to your suggestion that torture--even in a
"super-rare" case--would be permissible and of
benefit. Some of your givens deserve scrutiny--first,
that of the "certainly guilty man."
How do you determine certainty of guilt?
Does torture in this case replace due process?
Unless you know that he is guilty of the crime
(?) for which he is to be tortured (in which case,
why do you need to torture him for information
you already have?)--precisely of what is he "certainly guilty"?
The very certainty of his "guilt" may make torturing
him unnecessary at best, and sadistic at worst.
Perhaps you would also like to offer a hypothetical
example of an iron-clad case in which torturing a man would save 30 million
If you are, as you seem to be, asserting a general
principle--i.e., on "super-rare" occasions torture is to be allowed --you
take into account how this principle will be used
in the real world. It has been demonstrated that people under torture
to bring an end to their agony, and there is no
reason to believe that even a "guilty" person will not lie for this reason.
That "certainly guilty" man might also lie intentionally
to mislead, especially if he is as dedicated to his cause and as
hard-boiled as you seem to assume. Torture
should not be presumed to produce truthful or effective results.
But there is an even more central issue. That
issue is that a regime that condones torture for any reason will find
reason to apply it whenever that regime finds
it convenient. Legitimizing torture is a path to lawlessness of the
most brutal kind. Acceptance of torture by
a government is inherently out of control, and it threatens us all.
Rachel, I've given you a 7-day subscription so you can hear the whole
It might take 800 words to answer your questions and I'm short on time
because we're still "homeless."
But...if the FBI had caught one of the 19 hijackers on 9-10-01 and "pressured" him
would you insist
that pressure be stopped and allow 9-11 to happen?
Your answer may shed light on why Bush was elected, if he was.
Bombs Rock Baghdad
Insurgents unleashed a wave of five car bombings
across the capital Wednesday,
killing about a dozen people, despite stepped-up
U.S. and Iraqi measures to protect
this month's elections. North of Baghdad, insurgents
killed a British security officer.
Gunmen also fired on the Baghdad office of a
major Kurdish party and two senior
officials escaped assassination in separate attacks
in the north. The U.S. military
put the death toll from the day's Baghdad bombings
Yep, these people are ready for peace and democracy, just like Bush
and the networks tell us.
soldier body count in Iraq
1370, dead soldiers under Bush
We're "drawing dead" in Iraq.
card that can come up
to make us win this pot.
How long before we fold this losing hand?
"We need to be patient"
--Killa Sleazy Rice, to Kerry at the hearings Attribution
"I think the resistance is bigger than the US military
I think the resistance is more than 200,000
Shahwani, head of the Iraqi intelligence service, Attribution
and the Democrats had no problem with PROMOTING this deadly liar?
Message Marked by Hope
Nation hopes the crazy killer stops screwing up the world
George W. Bush, awaking at the dawn of a new
term as president, relished taking
the oath of office a second time Thursday, with
four more years to pursue freedom
around the world and push a legacy-setting agenda
You see what happens when you let Karl Rove
write his own headlines?
Four more years to pursue freedom - are you f-ing
Bush is pursuing personal wealth at the cost of
American military lives.
Family and friends joined the president for breakfast
at the White House on this
historic day of inaugural pomp and pageantry for
the first family and the nation,
while men are dying from a lack of armor in the sandy hellhole Bush sent
You have two minutes to record your message.
Subject: Kerry and Boxer
So, you're mad at Kerry for enumerating Condi's
weaknesses and then standing
with that CRAZY DELUSIONAL Barbara Boxer in refusing
to vote for her confirmation?
Or are you mad at him for keeping her there
in the hot seat 'til everyone else had gone home?
Or maybe for the maneuvering that (garbled)
thing onto the Senate floor for debate
and prevented her being sworn in right after her
I'm confused, Bart.
What should he have done.
What would've been enough?
Stopping her would've helped.
Telling the truth would've helped.
Refusing to joke with her and play footsie with her would've helped.
Smacking that ignorant ass-kisser Biden in the mouth would've helped.
Blocking her confirmation would've been a rare show of courage.
Standing with the majority who hate this war would've been nice.
The way I see it, the Democrats are like cops who witnessed a hit a
run that killed 1370 people.
Then they pulled the driver over and said, "Don't
let it happen again," and then let her go.
We need every tiny moral victory we can get, because victory is a long-lost
idea in this party of losers,
but if we pat the Democrats on the back and say, "Great
job with Rice," they'll be nicer next time.
The Democrats always bring a butter knife to a gunfight.
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