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"You look around the world at potential trouble
Iran is right at the top of the list."
--Dick 'Eternal war' Cheney,
crying wolf, ready to invade Iran with the Monkey's "mandate" Attribution
Target Bush's Inauguration
Anti-Bush demonstrators waving signs that said "Worst
President Ever" and
"the American Nightmare" jeered the president's motorcade
during the inaugural parade Thursday
are our "Worst president ever" signs
The limo sped up as The Coward neared
the protesters on Pennsylvania Avenue.
Two rows of police lined the street in front
of the main protest site.
Officers stationed atop buildings along the route
kept close watch on the crowd.
Boos rained down from the crowd and some demonstrators
shouted, "No justice, no peace."
In some places in the protest area, the crowd was
about six rows deep.
Worst President Ever - Designed, printed, shipped and distributed
by Surreal Neal and Don
War Mongers - Designed, printed and shipped by Kronos
War Begins with W - Designed by c@ (cat), printed and shipped
by Kronos from Baltimore
Subject: saw you all over Washington!
Dearest bart.....i am so proud of you....your signs
Cathy, all praise goes to Chicago
Jim for organizing it, and Sureal Neal in California and
his friend Don
for making 200 posters, then flying to DC to hand them out, then flying
back that night.
I talked to locals who were dead tired after the march, imagina adding
cross-country flights to that schedule and that's what Neil and Don gave.
Also, special thanks to Kronos in Baltimore for producing another
100 or 150
bartcop signs that were seen everywhere in DC and media outlets around
Also, Jay (Super Steve) and Russ for superb local coordination. They
handed out those
hundreds of signs - feeding the anti-Bush hunger that so many decent and
honorable people had
when the bad guys were sworn in. Jay said he felt like a movie star
- everyone taking his picture
and asking for interviews. If anyone sees interviews or pictures of our
signs - please forward them to
And, thanks again to ringmaster Chicago
Jim for wrangling all the pieces together.
Of course thanks to those who contributed $ and encouragement.
There's still time to give to pay off the counter-inauguration deficit.
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It was the best publicity $800 could buy.
A shot of Chinaco to all who helped - and the marchers,
by Robert Parry at consortiumnews.com
What some Americans may have found annoying about
George W. Bush's second Inaugural Address
was his use of a rhetorical device in which he
stated obvious truisms about "freedom" with the suggestion
that opponents of his policies - from invading
Iraq to privatizing Social Security - must be people who hate freedom.
Bush has used this rhetorical technique before,
as in Campaign 2002 when he created the impression that
Senate Democrats who objected to Bush's version
of a Homeland Security bill were "not interested in the
security of the American people."
Bush used the banalities, in effect, to set up
a straw man of opposition, as if anyone who didn't agree with his
unilateralist foreign policy was both dishonest
and craven. He said, for instance, "America will not pretend that
jailed dissidents prefer their chains, or that
women welcome humiliation and servitude, or that any human being
aspires to live at the mercy of bullies."
Again, Bush is juxtaposing himself as the brave
leader who stands up for truth against his imaginary opponents
who supposedly want to pretend that jailed dissidents
prefer their chains or that women welcome humiliation
or that human beings aspire to be bullied.
Note: consortiumnews.com is the most
important site on the Internet.
The Monkey -
drooling at the site of cash...
Subject: re: talking stupid to
I'm glad you told Brandt to go suck a banana.
Actually, I..., ...nevermind.
My brother-in-law has been in Iraq for ten months
and doesn't know what's going on there outside of his
own little world. He'll tell us about mortars going
off around him and that "someone's bombing the shit out
of something", but other than that he doesn't have
a clue. We get Google news alerts that we send him about
what's going on in the city he's stationed in,
and, nine times out of ten, it's the first time he's heard of it.
If you've ever lived overseas in a military environment
you know what it's like to live in your own little community;
getting all of your news filtered, and usually
having very little interaction with the locals. For him it's pretty much that
other than the random, crazy-ass, high-speed convoys
at all hours, he doesn't get off the base that much.
Even when my bro-in-law knew he was getting shipped
to Iraq he didn't know what the hell was going on there,
even why we were there, and he didn't care to find
out. We knew a helluva lot more about what was going on in Iraq
then than he did, and most of the time it seems
that we still do. Not what it's like to live there, but what's happening
throughout the country. And even though he has
access to the internet, he doesn't use it for reading and research,
just to email family and friends.
I'm afraid that a lot of guys over there would
prefer to live with blinders on. For my brother-in-law, whatever it takes
to get him through the day is fine by me. In the
meantime, I appreciate all the time and effort you put in reminding everyone
what a crazy, fucked-up country we've become with
the BFEE marching us every day one step closer to armageddon.
Thanks for keeping the hammer swinging,
"Iran is in advanced stages of trying to attain enriched
uranium for use in atomic weapons.
If it is not stopped, Iran will be capable
of producing its own enriched uranium within six months."
--David Rudge, forecasting America;'s
invasion of Iran Attribution
America, you voted for never-ending military cam,paigns where America
countries with oil so Bush, Cheney & Halliburton can live happily ever
At least, that's what Bush, Kerry, Diebold and the networls tell us.
Spritz of "B.S. Away!"
Of course, the other side mobilized big-time
as well, but we had ways to minimize their influence,
especially those voters not of the white persuasion:
we purged thousands from key state voting rolls;
made 'em stand for hours and hours in the cold
and rain at precincts that had just a few machines
(a lot of those voters gave up and headed off to
work); intimidated them by saying we'd challenge
their right to vote if they showed up, or told
them that if they had any unpaid parking tickets they'd
be arrested; or, my two favorites: our side handed
out fliers telling them that the election was on
Wednesday Nov. 3rd, and destroyed their new-voter
registration forms so they were not on the
precinct lists. Then they were denied Provisional
Ballots. Way to go, Kenny!
Subject: oxymoronic headline
"Bush starts new term, seeks end to tyranny"
Dave, you're right.
There are moronic, handjob headlines all over the country today.
For USA Today (R-Whores) the top headlines was:
the 'fire of freedom'
As if the most feared president in America history gives a flying "F" about
as he invades harmless, backward countries to kill their leaders and steal
America's first fight
against fascist bastards
This one has the Battle of the Bulge
Q: How many Bush Administration officials does it
take to screw in a light bulb?
A: None. There is nothing wrong with the light bulb;
its conditions are improving every day.
Any reports of its lack of incandescence
are a delusional spin from the liberal media.
That light bulb has served honorably,
and anything you say undermines the lighting effect.
Why do you hate freedom?
-- Eric Alterman Attribution
'Touching' Allegation Against Bill Cosby
A female acquaintance of Bill Cosby has made
an allegation against him that has
prompted a police investigation in Pennsylvania,
the entertainer's attorney said Thursday
Cosby attorney Walter Phillips said he would not
discuss the specifics of the allegation -
which he called "utterly preposterous" - but said
it amounts to, at the most, "inappropriate touching."
Seizes Opportunity to Celebrate Himself
Having the most restrictive administration in
recent history, the president didn't miss a golden opportunity
to spend his second inauguration inadvertently
poking fun at himself and his supporters: he actually
celebrated "freedom." Coupled with his paradoxical,
dual-layered theme of hororing American heroism
while virtually consecrating his own cowardly self,
Bush provided thousands of political commentators,
bloggers, and comedians with enough material to
last for months.
Oaf Of Office
Today we witnessed more than the coronation of
some privileged little munchkin of mendacity.
It is the triumphal re-occupation of our nation
by nitwits who think Ollie North's a hero not a conman,
who can't name their congressman, who believe that
Saddam Hussein and Osama bin Laden were
going steady, who can't tell Afghanistan from Souvlaki-stan.
Bloated with lies and super-size fries,
they clomped to the polls 59 million strong to
vent their small-minded little hatreds on us all.
When I looked today at the oaf of office, I could
not shake the feeling that this election was
an intelligence test that America flunked."
Subject: Bartcop sticker story
Way back in January 2003, if I remember right,
I attended a large gathering in DC to express
my displeasure about the new war we were soon to
throw. I wore a Bartcop sticker on my jacket.
A voice in the crowd called out, "Hey, Bartcop!".
I said hi, and he asked if I were Bartcop.
I said no (I wouldn't dare impersonate the one
and only Bartcop) and introduced myself to a fellow fan.
He introduced himself as Will Pitt. I asked,"Will
Rivers Pitt?" The same.
I bought 5 copies of his & Scott Ritter's
book on Iraq and soon became one of those
who KNEW they were not going to find WMD's.
It was cool meeting him. Always display a Bartcop
Gordon the pillar!
Thanks for that.
I'd like to meet WR Pitt, too.
Get your "Not
me!" wristbands right here!
signs on MSGOP
I couldn't call in with Democracy Flu as I had
the REAL flu earlier in the week.
But I did wear head to toe black in protest.
Anyhoooooo, I turned on MSGOP to see what Matthews
the Whore had to drool over.
They shoot to some flunkie news-babe in a brutally
ugly coat and behind her is the
contingent of people waving "Worst President
Ever" signs with the www.bartop.com
at the bottom - CLEARLY VISIBLE!!! It made
OMG - they just did another cut-away to the blonde
whore in the hat and your banners are ALL OVER!!!
We've got the right books by the right authors.
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It's a goof - like voting for that "She bangs" guy on
Subject: talking stupid to that
I spent 20 months in Vietnam, driving a tank,
and had absolutely no idea as to what was going on outside of
my little parcel of that particular slice of heaven.
The newspapers were always very recent, 1-2 days old, but
that was only Stars and Stripes, a newspaper that
reported only what the government/military wanted reported.
For that soldier to say that 90% of Iraqi's want
freedom and democracy implies that he personally has gone to
each and every one of them and asked this question.
He still has his head, so I doubt that he did that particular feat.
We were not allowed to receive news papers such
as the "Rolling Stone", unless someone sent us a copy.
And if it wasn't confiscated.
When people believe only what the government wants
them to believe they become a danger, both to themselves
and to others. They get accustomed to thinking
that they are dying for some sort of noble purpose, and they are
striving for glory. There is no, and never has
been any glory in any war, nor do I think there ever will be.
If, by telling this soldier the truth some feel
you have been to rough on him, then I would have to say to them,
"Pack up your bag, go to Iraq, join the war for
a month, then assess whether the truth is harmful."
John the veteran
I swear to be
The Monkey King to all Americans...
not just the
whites-only, super-rich, straight Christians.
I'm not Mr Torture, I'm Mr Realist
This debater was supposed to be in today's issue.
Because I stated some facts nobody wanted to hear,
that in the rarest of cases under certain circumstances
some torture might have
to be allowed to save thousands or millions of innocent American
lives, I've become
That debate will hopefully be next issue - I ran
out of time.
Meanwhile, we have to find a place to live
Subject: the gay bomb
Bart, you wrote:
> ...or, ...what if the wind shifted and
our soldiers became "too gay" to fight?
I laughed out loud when I read that.
By the way, that was a pretty ballsy response to
the letter from the pro-Bush U.S. soldier who
is now on his way back to Iraq. This is a guy who
has been knee deep in that unimaginable hell,
and has seen those horrors first hand. You must
have nuggets the size of Texas to sit inside the
safe confines of the Bart-Cave (Gotham City, Oklahoma)
and make the bold assertion:
"I believe I have a better overview of the situation
than you do..." to a guy who just left a perfectly
safe barstool in Georgia, without reservations
or regrets, to go back into that nightmare. I doubt
that I could ever muster up that kind of chutzpah.
Under LOGICAL circumstances, who in their right
mind could possibly side with you after making such
a ludicrously unqualified declaration to this soldier?
I find it terribly unsettling to realize that the circumstances
that define our current geo-political landscape
now DEFY LOGIC to such an extent that I actually found
nothing plausible in that soldier's arguments,
and am in intense agreement with your entire response to him.
You understand that I'm not saying it's ludicrous
that I would agree with you, but rather how ludicrous it is
that we live in times where some blogger in Cyclone
City, Oklahoma, along with myself and countless other
like-minded basement dwellers, smelled a rat, sought
out and discovered dark arsenals of truth, while our troops,
left completely oblivious to the unfathomable deceptions,
are dying over there with allegiance to Bush and
intense distain for people like us.
I feel for these people. If I found myself in
their situation, I would have a hard time living with the atrocities
I had been ordered to commit, unless I could somehow
convince myself that what I had done was in the name
of a just cause. They're stuck over there doing
whatever must be done to get through it alive. The lucky ones
will come home, but they'll return home saddled
with enough psychological baggage to haunt them for ten lifetimes.
I'm beginning to believe that those obvious brain-washed
ideologies manifest as a survival instinct.
Do you think the B.F.E.E. will ever be held
accountable for what they have done?
["Blind faith in your leaders will get you killed..." -
Bruce Springsteen, 1985]
Keep Hammerin' at 'em, Bart!
Gene, to answer your question, thwe BFEE will
never be held accountable for their crimes until
the Demnocrats get the courage to stop kissing
Bush's ass and start doing the jobs they're paid to do.
Four more years
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"When comments like that come from fascists like
Condoleezza Rice, we are not really worried.
They [the United States government] have no
Didymus Mutasa, after Sleazy Rice called Zimbabwe, an "outpost of tyranny", Attribution
Isn't it awful that fascists have seized control
and are using our military might to steal riches
from other countries?
Subject: the soldier debate
I really liked your comments to the soldier and
believe you were kind to him.
One point you did not make, though-
Someone holding a gun will most likely never hear
the TRUTH from people.
As tough as I think I am, if I were faced with
a member of an occupying army
I'd most likely tell them whatever they wanted
to hear. I don't know- something like
"Boy, am I sure glad Saddam is gone and you are here
to protect us (Please, please don't shoot me.)"
Never underestimate the survival instinct.
Take care and keep hammering,
M, good point.
I remember when I was just a kid, the nuns would tell us stories about
the Roman army asking
a bunch of people if they were Christ's followers. When they said yes,
they were boiled in oil.
I always thought, "That was a damn stupid thing to say to an army."
soldier body count in Iraq
1371, 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 have to tell you for myself, I got chills listening
to this speech."
--Rush the vulgar Pigboy
who gets wood when he hears Bush say
is on the march" 238 times, Attribution
the War Away
by Bob Herbert
Watching the inaugural ceremonies yesterday reminded
me of the scenes near the end of "The Godfather"
in which a solemn occasion (a baptism in the movie)
is interspersed with a series of spectacularly violent murders.
Even as President Bush was taking the oath
of office and delivering his Inaugural Address beneath the clear,
cold skies of Washington, the news wires were
churning out stories about the tragic mayhem in Iraq.
There is no end in sight to the carnage, which
was unleashed nearly two years ago by Bush's decision
to launch this wholly unnecessary war, one of the
worst presidential decisions in American history.
Incredibly, with more than 1,360 American troops
dead and more than 10,000 wounded, the president never once
mentioned the word Iraq in his Inaugural Address.
He avoided all but the most general references to the war.
Mr. Bush, riding the crest of his re-election wave,
seems not to be bothered.
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Subject: you were a dumbass to
I read you every day, and agree with you about
but your response to that soldier that wrote in
was just plain stupid.
Sorry to tell you, but that was about the lowest
pile of crap that you have ever posted.
Bob, you're a monkey.
Subject: tip jar - quality tequila
While listening to NPR broadcast of the senate
giving head to Kindasleezy
I damn near drove into the fucking ditch. I pulled
up to the house and luckily we live in th woods.
I got outta the truck and screamed FUCK! not once
but about seven times.
Ms. Jane came out of the house and said: "You
must be listening to the senate hearings, eh?"
I just burned one so you go have a shot man...
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