"It's just another Halliburton oil and gas
operation. The company name is emblazoned everywhere:
On trucks, equipment, large storage silos and
workers' uniforms. But this isn't Texas. It's
U.S. companies aren't supposed to do business
here. Yet, in January, Halliburton won a contract
to drill at a huge Iranian gas field called
Pars, which an Iranian government spokesman said
"served the interests" of Iran."
--Lisa Myers, (R-Whore),
on why Cheney does business with terrorists, Attribution
Why is Cheney helping Iran get closer to a nuclear bomb?
to Syria: We don't care
The White House shrugged off a mass pro-Syria
rally in Beirut led Bush hostage partners Hezbollah
and insisted Damascus must end its presence in
Lebanon "as quickly as possible."
"Syria needs to get out of Lebanon. Syria needs to withdraw
completely and as quickly as possible,"
spokesman Scott McClellan barked at the reporters
and male hookers who cover the White House.
In the past, Washington has said Damascus
must withdraw its roughly 14,000 troops and its
intelligence presence from Lebanon "immediately."
Shouldn't America's Monkey finish his first two wars before he
Are they going to draft everyone so they can invade everybody?
The blood-thirsty Moron collects wars like kids collect baseball
Do we really need another front on Bush's non-war against Al Qaeda?
Why did we volunteer to provide security for Lebanon?
Remember how well our last Lebanese adventure worked out?
That was under a different Republican idiot - the Holy and Sainted
Since Bush broke Afghanistan and Iraq, we own both of those
Why do we want to buy a third hell hole, paying for it with thousands
more American lives?
When Lebanon turns into another Fallujah, it's going to be
fault - again.
Isn't anybody going to try to stop this madman from kicking every
hornet's nest in the Middle East?
Will America eventually have to nuke the entire region in self-defense?
And what will Halliburton charge us to clean that up?
Fischer, rotting in a Japanese jail
US chess legend Bobby Fischer turned 62
Wednesday, with his supporters celebrating his birthday
at a Japanese detention center. Friends and supporters
from Iceland visited him said John Bosnitch,
who has led a campaign to free Fischer. "They cannot
bring food or give him a cake or anything."
Fischer has been detained since July, when
he attempted to fly out of Japan apparently on an invalid
US passport. He faces a 10-year jail term in the
United States for defying sanctions imposed against
the former Yugoslavia with a 1992 chess match. Since
then Iceland has offered him residency and
passport, inviting the chess champion to live in
the country. The prolonged detention by Japan is illegal
and Fischer must be set free, his lawyers have
Bobby Fischer's crime was playing chess,
so tough-on-crime Bush is punishing him.
Martha Stewart told a white lie about a crime she
didn't commit, and Bush punished her.
Tommy Chong sold a plastic pipe and they got him
on September 11th, 2001.
That's our Bush - tough on crime.
Bush's old partner Osama murdered 3,000
Americans, and he's still free.
The American media tells us George Bush
keeps his word and he means what he says,
so what happened to his sacred vow, standing on
the rubble in New York?
king of bullshit photo ops.
networks love my ass and
Laden doesn't really concern me!"
Too bad our candidate in 2004 refused to
point out the facts about George Bush.
Just wondered if anything had come up about
our government being responsible
for the assassination of the Lebanese ex-president.
Just seems so logical, and then to blame
it on Syria.
Would the BFEE kill to take over the world?
Just a thought, keep on hammerin'.
Wetpowder, I consdidered and discarded that possibility.
Bush is a Godly man, who would not kill for thousand of millions
Plus, it's only a myth that evil men would kill for vast fortunes.
"I'm an American; I'm not hyphenated. But I
was very lucky to grow up in two cultures"
--Helen Thomas, the bravest lady in
DC, after being called an "old Arab" by Ann Coulter, Attribution
I wonder if she's any relation to another "old Arab," Danny Thomas?
Bart, you wrote
> "Senator, I have a question - if a 60 year-old
uninsured man has a heart attack and survives,
> what should he do when he gets the hospital bill
for $350,000? Get a second job?"
That is not too bad, see he doesn't have
The real question is what happens when a 23 year
old, uninsured, couple working for minimum wage or low wage
(think walmart) has a baby with heart defect. That
$350k just rendered them indentured servants for LIFE.
Or suppose a small buisiness owner at 43
has a problem and couldn't aford the insurance...
Remember, W, Is all in favor of the small buisiness!
Fighting in Orlando,
From now until
the end of March,
"Not me" will double
Order 1 get 1 free,
order 5 get 5 free,
order a dozen, get 2 dozen
you can't go wrong
with a deal like that.
your 'personal accounts,' Monkey
GOP pollsters say nobody likes Bush's latest cash snatch
The heart of Bush's plan for Social Security,
allowing younger workers to create personal
accounts in exchange for a lower guaranteed government
benefit, is among the least popular
elements with the public, Republican pollsters
told House GOP leaders Tuesday. The pollsters
also stressed the political stakes involved in
pursuing Bush's plan to overhaul.
Asked what they liked least, 31 percent
of the participants in the sessions mentioned that the
government would be responsible for keeping track
of the accounts. Another 24 percent
"least liked the fact that workers would be required
to accept a lower traditional benefit in
return for participation," a key element of Bush's
Sorry, George, you can't steal our Social Security money..
You'll have to be satisfied with that $100M a day you're stealing
Subject: HST story
I have been a loyal reader of your rants
from the start but
I believe this HST story is probably the most asinine
thing you have ever linked to.
You might not want to be regurgitating this
kind of fodder for the sake of saving a little dignity.
HST was, and continues to be, a force in this life
that is not meant to be understood.
For years simple people have tried to decipher
his motives and decrypt his mind.
They have desperately grappled at his coat tails
trying to get a piece of his magical existence.
In my opinion those very same people were the ones
he was trying to expose and make a mockery out of.
Please don't prove to be one of those people.
Do your self and your readers a favor and
stay away from crap like this.
Your still one of my favorite pages to read.
I just wanted to let you know that this was pretty
low by your standards.
Swing that hammer on the real conspiracies like
you have always done so well.
Thanks for your time.
Phoenix, I fail to understand.
The oddities came from the police report,
I didn't make them up.
How does a semi-automatic with six bullets not
leave a bullet in the chamber?
The cops who investigated said they didn't
check the gun.
You don't think that kind of thing should be investigated?
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Rather not say Goodbye, Dan
Enraged and bitter, Dan Rather bows out by Greg Palast
Without his make-up, Dan looked like hell
warmed over: old, defeated, yet angry. And he told our
television audience something that just blew me
away. American journalists, Dan Rather said,
simply may not ask tough questions about George
Bush or his wars.
"It's an obscene comparison," Rather
said, "but there was a time in South Africa when people would
put flaming tires around people's necks if
they dissented. In some ways, the fear is that you will be
neck-laced here, you will have a flaming tire of
lack of patriotism put around your neck."
Talking to another reporter, Dan told it
straight about the careerism that keeps US reporters in line.
"It's that fear that keeps [American] journalists
from asking the toughest of the tough questions and
to continue to bore-in on the tough questions so
Silence as patriotism. He admitted, "One
finds oneself saying, 'I know the right question, but you know
this is not exactly the right time to ask it." It
was making him ill and he was ready to say, basta, enough.
Suddenly, there was fire in those eyes.
"It's extremely dangerous and cannot and should
not be accepted and I'm sorry to say that, up to and
including this moment of this interview, that overwhelmingly
it has been accepted by the American people.
And the current Administration revels in that,
they relish and take refuge in that."
If you screamed, "You rapist murderer" at
President Clinton, you got a promotion or your own show.
If you dare to question God's hand-picked messenger Dubya Bush, you're
forced out of the business.
don't need any OSHA laws
Suspects Legally Buying Guns under Bush
"How many clips will you be needing with your AK47, Mr. Zarqawi?"
you, Meester Bush..."
Dozens of terror suspects on federal watch
lists were allowed to buy firearms legally in the US last year.
People suspected of being members of a terrorist
group are not barred from legally buying a gun, and the
investigation indicated that people with clear
links to terrorist groups had regularly taken advantage of this gap.
F.B.I. officials maintain that they are hamstrung
by laws and policies restricting the use of gun-buying records
because of concerns over the privacy rights of
More Guns, more war, more God and less education, that's what
America voted for in 2004,
...at least according to Bush, Kerry and the major networks.
Why should terrorists be allowed to buy guns at Wal-Mart?
So Bush can reap millions of dollars as the NRA's puppet?
Subject: what are you thinking?
Very suspicious that he would bad mouth
you while referring you
to an extremely insightful website, and you walked
right into it.
Have you seen Whatreallyhappened.com ?
I had assumed that you knew all that stuff,
but I guess I shouldn't have assumed.
(make and ass of u and m) Why did you walk
into that trap?
I walked into a trap?
He called me a turd for not "knowing" that Israel blew up New York.
Are you under the impression that's an accepted fact?
Subject: Charles Grassley's
After reading that bankruptcy quote on your
page, for some reason,
the name Neil Bush popped into my head.
by Robert Parry at consortiumnews.com
Over the past two weeks, both conservative
and mainstream news outlets have fallen over themselves
to attribute the democratic rumblings in countries
from Egypt to Lebanon to the hard-headed wisdom
of Bush's invasion of Iraq and his idealistic
rhetoric about "freedom" in the Middle East. This press coverage,
in turn, has reinvigorated the neocons, giving
them renewed confidence about the rightness of their cause.
The Washington Post's neoconservative
columnist Charles Krauthammer sounded like a combination of
Trotsky and Robespierre as he proclaimed that now
is the time to escalate Bush's policies in the Arab world.
"Revolutions do not stand still," Krauthammer
wrote. "They either move forward or die."
Other more mainstream commentators who supported
Bush's Iraq invasion have cited the several small steps
toward Middle Eastern democracy as vindication
for their approach toward Iraq, which included misleading
the American people to war with false claims about
Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction.
"The last couple of years have not been
easy for anyone, myself included, who hoped that the Iraq war would
produce a decent, democratizing outcome," wrote
New York Times foreign policy analyst Thomas L. Friedman.
Of course, the last two years haven't been
very easy either for the tens of thousands of U.S. troops sent to Iraq,
for the families of the 1,500 dead U.S. soldiers
or for the Iraqi people.
Subject: No one knowing
I just read the bit that you said about
you're used to no one knowing about you.
In October, I attended a Michael Moore speach at
my Uni in West Virginia.
Michael was quite brilliant.
While waiting for the fun to begin, I had
a sign supplied by the Student Democrats
The sign on one side said "(Name of University)
Students for John Kerry" with out uni's colours and logo.
The back side was blank, so I took a marker and
wrote bartcop.com on
it, hoping to generate enough
attention so that Moore would see it and comment
While I was holding up my sign in the audience,
SEVERAL people asked me what the site was.
I told them the way it was, most of them wrote
down the URL and I HOPE that they not only visited the site,
but returned several times there-after. We
gotta get the truth out there SOMEHOW.
Seems like the only way to do that is via
I'm trying, Bart, it's the least I owe you for
everything you've done for me.
Bee Bee, thanks for that.
Paul Rieckhoff said the nighttime-only
arrivals of wounded, along with the restrictions on coffin photos
and other P.R. tactics, are designed to hide from
the public the daily flow of wounded and dead.
"They do it so nobody sees [the wounded]," Rieckhoff
said. "In their mind-set, this is going to demoralize
the American people. The overall cost of this war
has been · continuously hidden throughout.
As the costs get higher, their efforts to conceal
those costs also increase."
But the Pentagon says it's not trying to
hide the wounded from anyone. (Pentagon officials have also
denied that banning photographs of coffins at Dover
was a P.R. decision.) Capt. Herbert McConnell,
a spokesman for Andrews Air Force Base, said that
while it's true the flights of wounded arrive only
at night, the schedule is not designed to minimize
images of wounded soldiers. "There is no conspiracy,
I can tell you that. I am absolutely sure there
is no effort to bring them in under the darkness of night,"
McConnell said. "There is nothing shady
going on here."
It's a coincidence that flights with wounded
soldiers only land in the dark?
paying employees in cash
One more way the BFEE is stealing millions
U.S. officials in postwar Iraq paid a contractor
by stuffing $2 million worth of crisp bills into his gunnysack
and routinely made cash payments around Baghdad
from a pickup truck, a former official with the invasion says.
Because the country lacked a functioning
banking system, contractors and Iraqi ministry officials were paid
taken from a basement vault in one of Saddam Hussein's
palaces that served as headquarters for the Coalition
Provisional Authority, former CPA official Frank
Officials from the CPA, which ruled Iraq
from June 2003 to June 2004, would count the money when it left the
but nobody kept track of the cash after that, Willis
Gee, and we wonder why Halliburton can't
account for the missing millions?
"It's too dangerous to keep track of accounting," says
Cheney's old firm that volunteered
to send its workers in Bush's war zone. "We can't
keep records with bullets flying!"
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Accuser Admits Lying under Oath
All-white jury is sure to be impartial, however
A 14-year-old boy who testified that Michael
Jackson molested his brother acknowledged
under cross-examination Tuesday that he couldn't
remember which porn mags Michael Jackson
showed him and which porn mags were shown to him
by District Attorney Tom Sneddon.
Sneddon, who is white, has not been
charged with corrupting the witness. The witness also
admitted lying under oath in a previous lawsuit
his mother had previously filed.
When Jackson's attorney asked if he had
lied in a third trial, the boy said, "I don't remember."
When Mesereau asked him to tell the jury why he
lied under oath, the boy said: "I don't remember.
It was five years ago. I don't remember nothing."
know if MJ is guilty or not, but why is this kid testifying in his
How is it that one thing after another
happens and this kid has to testify to it?
only witness has admitted lying under oath, why are they even holding a trial?
This trial has "Scott Peterson" written
all over it.
If Michael bought a boat and didn't tell
his Dad, he must be guilty and he must hang.
I'm so old I remember when trials
were about evidence, not the personal quirks of the accused.,
Since we all know he did it, why are
they even holding a trial?
Attorney Tom Sneddon made a big deal about how weird it was that a
grown man would
have toys spread out all over the house,
then Jackson's lawyer reminded them that Michael has
three children and sometimes children play
I haven't seen a show with Nancy Grace
on months, but I'm sure she knows Jackson is guilty,
so why are they even holding a trial?
They way I understand things, Michael Jackson
is not in police custody.
If Jackson's lawyer tells him he'll likely be found
guilty and get a long prison term,
you don't seriously think he's going to surrender
to authorities, do you?
He's already the biggest star ever to be
charged with child molestation.
If Sneddon can make that charge stick, Jackson
knows he'd never survive prison.
He has to assume he'll be "Dahmered" in
jail, so he might as well have his choice of weapons now
and save everyone a lot of trouble, right?
Subject: Hot Damn Marc
Hot Damn Marc.
Thanks a lot for your work.
Robert, Marc is my producer and the Top Dawg at The
Church of Reality
it's real, we believe in it."
I'll forward your comments to him,
torture time bomb
There is a time bomb ticking somewhere
in the United States. It is not a Hollywood movie, it is a real terrorist
You have, say, a terrorist suspect in custody.
International and domestic law is unequivocal. It is illegal to torture the
suspect, even if the detainee just might let slip
the crucial information needed to locate and defuse the bomb before it
tears through civilians. This is the legal conundrum
presented by the noted Harvard law professor Alan Dershowitz in
proposing a new legal instrument, a so-called "torture
warrant". Such an interrogation might begin, he suggests, with a
sterilised needle under the fingernails.
Professor Dershowitz's point is this: the
US Government covertly subcontracts torture out to nations such as
Jordan, Syria and Morocco. The CIA reportedly uses
a jet to secretly deliver terrorist suspects to foreign governments
known to employ torture. In the sanitised lexicon
of the US security apparatus, this is called "rendition". If Washington is
going to continue to do this - and Professor Dershowitz
says the US has broken international laws in every war it has
fought - then a transparent, accountable legal
process must be put in place, reserving torture as a last resort.
Qaeda May Have Targeted Russell Crowe
Russell Crowe said he may have been a target
of an al Qaeda kidnap plot in early 2001,
part of a bid by the militant network to "culturally
destabilize" the United States.
Crowe told GQ magazine in an interview that
he received FBI protection throughout "A Beautiful
Mind" and for part of "Master and Commander: The
Far Side of the World." He also was flanked
by undercover agents at the Golden Globes in 2001. When
asked who might have been targeting him,
Crowe replied: "Um ... well, that was the first
conversation in my life that I'd heard the phrase al Qaeda."
Subject: I'm with marc
Marc is right about saving Social Security
and America by "rising up" and taking the country back.
Certainly Social Security, as a safety net, should
be saved. But it won't matter much in the long run,
if we cannot rid ourselves of those in Washington
and all 50 State Houses who are unredeemably
corrupted by the Sociopathic corporate officers.
I often wonder how much it will take before the
tipping point is reached in this country.
This administration reminds me of the OJ Simpson
crime scene; there is so damned much evidence
of a crime and the identity of the perpetrators',
it is overqwhelming to the point where people's minds
just sort of shut down.
I cannot figure for the life of me why it hasn't
Why people aren't emptying the home improvement
centers of torches and pitch forks
If Marc has any ideas of how this up-rising should
happen, I would sure love to hear about them.
you, George Bush..."
We've got lefty books by lefty authors.
"The cowboy, the frat boy, the dunce, the idiot,
the man who lacks nuance
is smarter than you are on the left."
Rush the vulgar Pigboy, wishing it was true,
By the way, Rush, you forgot the moron, the giggling murderer,
the surrender monkey etc.
Subject: comment on Perkel's
Soc Sec message
Have you heard anyone suggest that one way
to help Social Security would be
to invite all those retired [Republicans] who hate
it so much to decline accepting it?
Wouldn't that leave plenty for people who
really need it?
I'll bet it would take the Jaws of Life to pry
the money out of their hands and bank accounts.
Margaret in DC
Margaret, OR they
could fully tax the super-rich on Social Security.
As it is, they only pay taxes on their first $90,000.
So if someone makes $20,000,000, he or she only pays SS
taxes on less than 1/2 of 1 percent of that.
One member of Congress said increasing Cap to $200,000 would give
solvency for 75 years, but
Bush wants the system to go bankrupt, because like all rich
Republicans, he's tired of funding a safety net
for the people who weren't born into super-rich families who got their
start with Hitler's Jewish slave labor.
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Subject: is another Depression
When there is little middle class discretionary
spending then result is loss of demand and recession to depression.
Look at increase in inequality.
Look at increase in income of top 20% and decline
of lower 80%.
Universal Health Care is major means to decrease
Government negotiate prices and take pharmaceuticals
from being top profit industry in America for past 25 years.
Tax top 20% of income earners.
We did ok with top marginal rate of 90% then 70%.
Note growth of income for "all" Americans
It was called "Picket Fence" growth.
Step ladder after Reagan tax cuts
Ladder had to have special extension for top 1%..
60% tax cut for top by Reagan and what did we gain?
A struggling middle class.
An increase in tax money that went to help bottom
to eat my bananas every day..."
U.S. soldier body count in Iraq
1511 dead soldiers under Bush
destroyed since yesterday.
How many more, America?
Did you see the last C.S.I. Vegas?
It was about the most feared man in town and his weird sexual
His fetish was pretending he was a baby - wearing diapers, spending the
day in a giant playpen and,
just to keep it super-weird and sexed-up, drinking breast milk from "the
next Sharon Stone," Susan Ward.
"They" say Michael Jackson has a "Diaper room," and that the show
was so on-target,
the information could only have been leaked
by Santa Barbara District Attorney Tom Sneddon.
I doubt this is true because as we all know,
it's illegal to leak secret Grand Jury testimony,
and prosecutors always obey the law, no matter
what - just ask Kenneth Starr.
Subject: when other nations
pull their troops out of Iraq
Bart, mark my words:
The lying, giggling murderer will shortly
find a way to DRAFT our babies (certainly NOT any of his
or his brother Jeb the salamanders), possibly by "renaming" it
and calling his monetary death march
something other than "the draft".
Voluntary enlistments are WAY off target
and many of the other countries he's also duped are waking up
and smelling the napalm. Bart, sad to say but I
see yet another campaign lie as inevitable.
I had to pay for our fifth dumpster dump today.
When we started the move, I rented a giant trash container like a
construction site uses.
Each container is 23 cubic feet...
...plus whatever we were able to pile on top of that, (they "tarp" it
and the giant truck takes it away)
and we're now on container five. That's
over 100 cubic yards of stuff we didn't move.
Also, we're putting accoustic, sound-deadening tiles on the walls
today so we can do radio tomorrow.
Subject: Democrats: The
Bart, you are a perfect example of racism.
You use the word "Nigger" almost every
day and often numerous times each day.
Rolls off your tongue easily like you use it regularly
How many times have you called blacks "Niggers."
Thousands of times? Tens of thousands
When I call the GOP on their racism, I often use their language.
Like when I talk to you, I speak "Monkey."
I've good news for you. As a Republican,
I have never called anyone a "Nigger."
Hmmm, Mark Furhman made the same claim - and that lie got OJ off
a murder rap.
Are you claiming you're more honest than Mark Furhman? (snicker...)
Your favorite Democrat Robert KKK Byrd even
uses "Nigger" to describe some white people.
He calls them "White niggers."
You forgot to mention he was once in the KKK.
Which handbook are you reading from, Hannity's or the vulgar Pigboy?
I never hear white Republicans say the word "Nigger" or
In what part of San Fransisco do you live?
It is considered low and base to use such
It is something we expect of racist Democrats,
but beneath Republicans
who are famous for their tolerance and opposition
to racism and bigotry.
Is that why Lindsey Graham said that the GOP has not forgiven
Is that why blacks vote 90-10 for the Democrats, because the GOP is so "tolerant?"
Finish your banana, Monkey, then get out of here.
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