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In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Democrats call Rice a Liar 
...but they still confirm her 
Our Deadliest Day ever in Iraq 
Democracy a la Bush Quotes
A Good Friend has Left Us
From the day of our founding
Like father, like son 
Sirius and XM Radio to Merge? 
Freedom from Reality 


 Quote of the Day

"This is what will happen to you if you vote."  
     -- a note on a dead Iraqi man hanging on a meat hook 

  The networks call this "another victory for Bush."

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"Yea, I think that came from O'Reilly. It wasn't true...I'm an American
  and I love it here and I'm not leaving because of some barking dog on T.V."
      --Robert Redford, (D-Balls) asked if he said that he was going to Ireland if Bush won,  Attribution


 Democrats Call Rice a Liar 

  Click  Here

 One Senate Democrat called KillaSleazy Rice a liar Tuesday and others said
 she was an apologist for Bush's failures, but she remained on track for confirmation
 as secretary of state because talking isn't enough to keep her from the office.

 Declaring "history is calling us," Rice took over Thursday as America's 66th secretary
 of state to confront an agenda laden with difficult and explosive foreign policy problems.

 Democrats had no problem confirming the war-mongering liar because they fear
 the wrath of Bush and Rove more than they love their country. No matter how many
 soldiers die for their lies, the gelding Democrats refuse to hold them accountable.




"If we are not diligent and firm, there will be parts of the world that become pockets
  for terrorists to find safe haven and to train. And we have a duty to disrupt that."
   --Dubya, on the news that his war in Iraq created a training ground for terrorists,  Attribution

 But Monkey, if it hadn't been for your war hardon and your insatiable oil lust, Saddam would
 still be in handling that wild-ass part of the world and 1420 American soldiers would still be alive.
 Iraq was terrorist-free until YOU invited every religious handjob in the world to "Bring it on!"
 Jeez, ...and they impeached Clinton for getting some tongue??

 Think what they would've done to him if his stupidity got 1430 soldiers killed.  When Bush the Smarter
 got 18 men killed in Somalia, it became the rallying cry for "liberal stupidity," but now that The Monkey
 has gotten 1430 men killed, the networks hail Bush as "a military war hero" while the 1430 families
 offer to sacrifice their remaining kids for Bush's folly - why?

 How does that make any sense?


 37 Troops Die on Deadliest Day in Iraq
  37 more victims of Bush's insatiable oil greed

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 A helicopter crashed in a desert sandstorm Wednesday, killing the 30 Marines and one sailor aboard.
 Six other troops died in insurgent ambushes in the deadliest day for Americans since Bush's war began.

 The deadliest day for American troops during the initial invasion of Iraq was March 23, 2003, when 26
 Americans were killed in a number of separate incidents. Bush declared major combat over on May 1, 2003,
 but fighting has continued and the casualties have spun wildly out of control on a daily basis since then.

 So another 37 familes have been destroyed by Bush's unnecessary war for profit.
 Will the military families ever say, "Enough - when does it end?"

 Or will they continue to send their kids into the meat grinder for Halliburton and the BFEE?


 Love for Sale
   by a woman who knows how to sell herself

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 I'm herewith resigning as a member of the liberal media elite. I'm joining up with the conservative media elite.
 They get paid better. First comes news that Armstrong Williams got nearly a quarter of a million from the
 Education Department to plug No Child Left Behind. The families of soldiers killed in Iraq get a paltry $12,000.
 But good publicity? Priceless."


 Subject: Does Mo Do read


 In that column, Maureen Dowd referred to Alberto Gonzales as Torture Boy.
 Bartcop was the only site I'd seen that term used until today.


 Subject: BCR Show 63 link

 Bossman -

 I'm probably the 4132nd person to let you know this, but the link(s) for show 63 all have show 62 attached.

 Your Loyal Minion and the Person Who Got Tally Into the Bartcop Camp,

 Skip, actually, you're the first person to mention that.
 At times like this, and getting only 2-3 comments per radio show from the dozens of
 subscribers makes me wonder sometimes if anybody is taking the time to listen to them.


 Democracy a la Bush Quotes

"In a darkened hall, candidates for Iraq's main Shia party sit listening to a turbaned cleric speaking
  into a microphone. They are being told how to campaign for the election without getting killed.
  The instructions are simple - avoid public places and do not reveal your identity, the cleric advised.
  Most candidates should stay at home as much as possible, he added."
      --Jack Fairweather, explaining Bush's vision for the Middle East    Attribution

"I will not be voting because it is a useless charade. Any clever person can see that
  this war and its expenditures would lead to a government that opposes the Americans.ä 
       --Salah Abrahim , who lives in the district of Baghdad populated primarily by Shia Muslims,   Attribution

"Who are these people? Where do they come from?
  Put yourself in my place, who would you vote for?"
    --Yusrah Naif, a 52-year-old Shiite in Baghdad,   Attribution

"I have no idea who these people are. We are all religious in Iraq but we want an honest,
  educated leader, not someone crying about what happened 2,000 years ago."
     --Adil Guzzaz, 47, a Shiite who doesn't know any of the Iraqi candidates,   Attribution

 These elections are a worse sham than the ones that elected Bush in the states.
 How the hell are they supposed to vote for a candidate who won't reveal his name?

 Of course, the networks, the Republicans and even the Democrats are all for this.
 They think voting for candidates nobody knows is the cornerstone of democracy.

 The good news?
 This never-ending handjob will only cost $600 billion and 3000-8000 American lives.

 By the way, how old is your son?


 Subject: letter to the New York Whore Times

 Dear Editor,

 I had to laugh at the headline of today's WASHINGTON MEMO by Elizabeth Bumiller.
"Communicator in Chief Keeps the Focus on Iraq Positive". The amusing idea of Bush
 the stage-managed reader as a "communicator" aside we have yet another example of
 the NY Times' pandering to the Bush administration's tactics and agenda.
 Here are a few more administration descriptors for your reality:

"Reflections of Ghandi - America's peace maker Don Rumsfeld's sensitive side."
"Condi's choice - Humble servant brings nations together"
"St. Dick - Transparent man of the people - Would give you the shirt off his back."
 And finally "The truth at any cost  - Paper of Record doggedly maintains
 journalistic integrity with its in-depth reporting."
 The headline I would really like to see? "Judith Miller, Elizabeth Bumiller and 12 others
 fired for blatant shilling for Bush Administration." would be a good start.

 Chicago Jim


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 A Good Friend has Left Us
   by The Amazing Randi

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 John was generous, kind, and caring.   The James Randi Education Foundation several checks ÷ 6-figure
 checks ÷ from this prince, because he really believed in what we were doing, he followed our web page
 closely, and he would call every now and then with comments and suggestions for subjects he believed to
 be important. The phone will never again give me the delight of hearing his voice, and that is the burden
 I will have to live with. I will miss him  more than I can say.


 Freedom Rider
   saw it on


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 Who makes the worst Secretary of State? Is it better to have a smooth talking good cop
 who is still a snake, or a very frightening lover of the Bush doctrine who is utterly incompetent?
 Condoleezza Rice, Dr. Condoleezza Rice, is multi-lingual, a former provost of a major university,
 a figure skating champion and a classical pianist. Her bio is clearly that of a very intelligent individual,
 but the old adage warning against judging books by the cover must be heeded in her case.


 Subject: torture

 I've been reading you for a while now.
 You are not excusing torture or condoning it, but you are saying "Never say never" about it.

 Unintended consequences or unforeseen circumstances could make torturers of us all if,
 at some level, we decided that at the moment the ends justified the means.
 Never say never.

 Ted, well put.

 Re: The 50 Most Loathsome people of 2004

 After reading AnnThrax Coulter's description, I wanted to see the rest of the list,
 so I went to the link you provided, but it pointed to a different article.

 So, I went to see if I could hunt it down on the internet, and I did.
 If you don't have the original link, and others would like to see it, here it is:

  Click  Here

 50. Ann Coulter

 Take care and keep swinging the hammer!
 RJ Heaney



Get your "Not me!" wristbands right here!

We've got the right books by the right authors.

 Subject: your editorial tactic of intellectual censorship

 At its most basic, Matt from Wisconsin has nailed it.  When I had written an observation
 to you one time and you posted it, you lifted out only the preliminary statements I had made
 AND THEN responded to them without letting your readership consider the subsequent text
 that defined EXACTLY what I was saying.  What ended up happening is that you completely
 changed the meaning of what I intended to relate.

 To avoid that, you need to get to the point.
 If it takes you 300 words to make your point, I can't print the letter unless I edit it for length.

 Utlimately, you made it seem that I was endorsing something altogether different than what I had expressed.

 I have no motive to do that.

 If you're worried that somebody's writing is a little long-winded, then I suggest that you
 bluelink the ENTIRE text of what they wrote at the end of your assessment of what they are saying.
 THEN, if they choose to scan the entire statement, your readers can make a more informed decision
 about whether your response really does hold any water against their perspective.


 It's much easier to skip the long letters.
 Lots of people know how to make a point without hundreds of superfluous words.
 If anybody thinks they had a subject that was too hot for me to handle, (heavy sarcasm)
 you always have the option of posting it in The ForumDozens of people will see it there.

 Lastly, I live for a good debate.
 It's crazy to suggest I have to change someone's letter to eek out a victory.


 From the day of our founding
   Bush's latest delusion   by Molly Ivins

  Click  Here

 A substantial nit to pick with Bush's second Inaugural Address and some questions about his theme.

"From the day of our founding, we have proclaimed that every man and woman on this earth has rights,
 and dignity, and matchless value, because they bear the image of the maker of heaven and earth. Across
 the generations we have proclaimed the imperative of self-government, because no one is fit to be a master,
 and no one deserves to be a slave."

 Oh dear. It took us almost 100 years to get rid of slavery right here in the Land of the Free, it took us
 another 100 years to get rid of legal discrimination based on race and gender, and how long it will take us
 to achieve equal opportunity for all in this country no one can say. At least we're working at it. Or we were.

 Subject: Rumsfeld's SS

 It seems they are not even trying to hide their fascist yearnings any more!
 Rumsfeld's SS department. Where have I heard those initials before?
 Perhaps some Democratic Senator might remember.

 Way back when I was young(er) we knew we were better than the Red's because we had a free press
 and elections that meant something. We also had an economy that was the envy of the world. We also had
 a modicum of respect. Sad how times have changed. Really sad when playing the blame game won't mean much.
 "I told you so"  doesn't mean as much and is not as satisfying when the world dies. I'm sorry doesn't help much either.

 Sad to think too how tragedy could have been avoided if the first "earth day" had really meant something and we were
 well on our way to a clean/cheap energy society. I would guess the house of bandir/bush would be leaner, and to some,
 that would not be a good thing.

 Keep hammering. Go for the drywall, not the studs, they're crumbling from below.
 It's always good to let light in, it's cleansing.



If you like James Patterson,
if you like Elmore Leonard,
you'll love James Patrick Hunt!

Bounty hunter Evan Maitland was sent to bring in a lawyer charged with statutory rape
who also has a million dollars of Jamaican drug money - and they want it back.
With assassins on all sides, and only a determined policewoman to back him up,
Maitland has to play this new game by his rules if he wants to stay alive.

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 Beanie Babies!


 No kidding! A really good excuse to get rid of those things (don't buy new ones,
 collect them from your house and ask your friends)!! Send some in every package
 to ALL units as they are really easy for the soldiers to carry with them and give to
 the local kids who love them.

 These are better then small plastic toys which will break easily when the American
 bombs fall on the little kids house, or when troops shoot the shit out of their car and
 murder the child's parents in front of their little eyes.



 Like father, like son

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 Four years ago, when they were tapped by George W. Bush for high-profile government positions,
 Colin and Michael Powell radiated confidence, and also gave Republicans a brash new look...
 Now, in the wake of Michael's Jan. 21 announcement that he, like his father, was stepping down
 from public life, both men end disappointing tenures with their reputations dented from their time
 serving the Bush White House. Rather than overseeing administration triumphs, the Powells became
 associated with obvious policy and public relations failures that left some people wondering what,
 if anything, the men stood for."



"Iran is a center of world terror and makes every effort to possess WMDs.
  That is a danger to the Middle East, to Israel and a danger to Europe.ä
     --Ariel Sharon's audition tape to join The Carlyle Group,  Attribution


 Sirius and XM Radio to Merge?

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 The main advantage of such a union would be an elimination of competitive bidding for costly content,
 such as sports coverage and entertainment figures, resulting in astronomically priced deals.
 Marketing costs would also decrease.

 The main problem mentioned is antitrust concerns.
 It is not clear whether the Government would permit a merger.

 The government will not be a problem.
 Give Bush $1,000 and he'll let you do any damn thing you want.


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 No, it's too important for you to just glance at an excerpt.
 You should read every word that Parry writes.

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"He's like E.F. Hutton. When he speaks, everybody listens."
       --Mary Matalin, on Dick Cheney,  Attribution

 Well sure, if they don't listen, Cheney might have them murdered.

 "Unka Dick, tell me - why do they all have to die?"


Bush's U.S. soldier body count in Iraq

1372, 1380, 1420, dead soldiers under Bush

They got 40 since Tuesday.

Are you happy with your president's decisions?

"We need to be patient"
--Killa Sleazy Rice, to Kerry at the hearings  Attribution


"In the Fall of 1985, his cocaine and alcohol abuse no longer a viable escape, George W. Bush
  joined the Midland Men's Community Bible Study Group. Here he would be introduced to daily
  Bible readings and the emotional security found through hugging other men, crying, and dogma.
  To the surprise of few who knew him, George's addictive personality was about to take control
  of his ever-smaller brain yet again."
     --Dom Stasi, "Religious Exploitation, and the New American Creed",   Attribution


 Subject: When is torture OK?


 You fell into the Krauthammer trap on torture.
 You say it's OK if you know for sure the suspect is guilty and has information
 that you can use to prevent something bad.  This is identical to the question,
"If you knew a particular person was going to murder your wife in five
 years, would you be justified in killing him now to prevent it?"

 Bart, how can anyone--even you--possibly know for sure that someone is
 guilty, that they have information you need to save people, and they
 will give it to you truthfully under torture?

 Any time you allow an exception for something like torture, it is a
"slippery slope" to where some monkey with no compassion can think he
 knows what you are trying to say, and expand the list of people he
 wants to torture.  Yet, the reason we stopped using torture is not that
 it's immoral -- our interrogators stopped using torture because the
 information you get that way is so unreliable, you're better off without it.


 Russ, from the very beginning, I said there were two conditions:  We'd have
 to know they were 100 percent guilty, and please don't suggest that it's totally
 impossible to catch someone "red-handed."  The second condition was timing,
 so that throws out Krauthammer's five year scenario.

 In BCR 66 there is an entire section on torture.  I got so many letters about this
 and it would've taken too long to pound out an answer on the keyboard so I
 answered verbally.  I address the "slippery slop" and every other facet that came up.
 Of course, nothing will be settled to everyone's satisfaction, but I think people who would
 sacrifice their loved ones "on principle" should not be in a position to have that option.
 Special Dispensation:
 If someone wants to hear this discussion, you can PayPal $6 for TWO WEEKS of BCR
 or mail $6 to  PO Box 54466  Tulsa, OK  74155 

 Bottom line, I fell into nothing, ...and Krauthammer better watch out.
 I would enjoy introducing my boot to his ass.


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"Global warming is 'the second-largest hoax ever played
  on the American people, after the separation of church and state.'"
     -- Jim Inhofe, (R-Pissquik) Chairman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works,  Attribution



 Subject: living an illusion

 As Uncle Tom is meant it would be more aptly applied
 to the race hustlers who cast all blacks as being victims.

 That's an opinion that many Republicans have.
 Jesse Jackson and Al Sharpton are "trouble-making niggers"
 who don't realize that racism is a thing of the past, right?

 There is no empirical evidence to race bait Republicans.

 How about the fact that there's not one elected black man
 in the entire Republican Party on a national level?

 The Republican party came into existence to stop slavery.

 It's possible that's true, but I don't know...

 The Republican party initiated a war to end slavery.

 No, Lincoln did.
 The party had him murdered, remember?

 The Republican party fought long and hard for civil rights for blacks.

 ha ha
 Stop it!
 Is that why Bush only got 10 percent of the black vote?
 Or are you saying blacks are too stupid to know who their friends are?

 The racist south was run by Democrats. Those in congress who tried to
 shut down the Republican effort to secure civil rights were the Dixiecrats.
 I am NOT making this up and you can look it up.
 MMG ( Monkey Master General )

 There was a time when the entire country was racist.
 In 1964 and 65, LBJ changed the democrats into non-racists, and that made
 Reagan, Strom Thurmond, Trent Lott and others turn into Republicans.

 When Reagan said, "I didn't leave the Democratic party - it left me,"
 he was saying he refused to become "a nigger lover."

 Why do you think Reagan announced his run for the White House is Philadelphia, Mississippi?
(That is the place three civil rights workers were murdered by the Klan.)
 It was to send a singal to the racist bastards in both parties that Reagan was "one of them."
 Why else would a California governor go to Killniggers, Mississippi to announce his run?

 That's why Nixon developed "the Southern strategy" - to put blacks against whites.
 That's why Bush got naked with Bob Jones - to show Carolina he was "one of them."
 That's why Clinton was impeached - he was a friend to the black man.
 That's why Gore lost Tennessee in 2000 - he was a friend to the black man.
 That's why Bush carried every southern state - because he hates black people.

 I feel sorry for you - you're stuck in a racist party and you can't change that.


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