15, 2005 Visit RichardPryor.com Mike
Malloy on AAR
"Hard work is seeing your son's murder on CNN
while you're enjoying the last supper
you'll ever truly enjoy again. Hard work
is holding your other three children as they
lower the body of their brother into the ground.
Hard work is not jumping in the grave
with him and having the earth cover you both."
-- Cindy Sheehan, on Dubya's
whining that it's "hard work" comforting the many wives of
that he got killed with his nasty oil greed and his deadly WMD lies Attribution
Meanwhile, the Democrats are kissing his ass and screaming at
Dean for telling the truth?
problems = GOP's problems
GOP in panic over Bush's political nosedive
Fearing that Bush's political problems may become
their own, Republicans in Congress
are beginning to yearn for the good old days of
seven months ago, when he had somebody
to run against. Voters were worried in November
about the economy and the war in Iraq,
but they didn't take it out on the incumbent on
Election Day. They are now. Bush's poll
ratings are among the worst since he took office,
declining in virtually every category since
Kerry bent over. From his handling of the
economy, foreign policy and the war in Iraq to his
job approval rating and voters' assessment of the
country's direction, the president's political
scores are in serious decline."
If the Democrats had someone like Ol' Bart in
charge, we could take back both houses in 2006.
But they don't want power - they're busy kissing
Bush's ass, not saving our once-great country.
They DO have someone like me in charge, but they
distance themselves from him.
Pigboy, Woodward equals as journalists?
About 40 percent of Americans say they consider
Bill O'Reilly (R-Pervert) a journalist,
more than would define Bob Woodward the same way,
according to a new poll.
O'Reilly is on the Fox News Whore Channel, offering
horseshit and tart conservative opinions,
while Woodward is seen by some as an intelligent
writer of news stories and books.
Worse still, more than a quarter said vulgar Pigboy
Rush Limbaugh was one, while one in five
said they considered George (Dumber
than Chippy the Chimp) Will to be a journalist..
the Chimp, accuracy rate .517
Will, accuracy rate .410
McLaughlin, Kondrake, George Will and the Barnes chimp
would give anything to be as smart as Chippy the Chimp!
Subject: your WTC collapse fairy
Liar, liar, don't you know anything abour
Dozens of people.
Tell you what - I won't be so gullible next time.
Next time an ex-BFEE dude says he thinks the WTC collapse was an inside
I'll shut down the page and the radio show and enroll in a college architecture
I'll study hard for eight years, keeping my nose in my books and study
that way I can report back to you in 2013 with my findings so we'll all be
<Bart does a shot at 10:40 in the morning>
I can't take much more of this.
I need another vacation.
"Why wasn't Biden smart enough to also say that we
going to need a draft because of the 'Republican
The word 'draft' should NEVER be spoken unless
accompanied by the words 'Republican war.' Otherwise
the public will hear is "the Democrats are calling
for a draft!"
-- Dave Johnson on seeingtheforest.com
Bottom line, Biden has Bush's back on this bloody war.
Biden will do anything he can to protect Bush, even to his own peril.
Biden is a typical senate Democrat, his motto is, "Surrender
and kiss Bush's ass."
If the Democrats had any brains or courage, they would label this, "Bush's
Why do that? Because it's cheaper than cheap - it's FREE and it
makes the point and it's
easy to remember and understand and it would pay great dividends when America's
for this war bottoms out at 22 percent - that's why they won't do it -
because it would work!
The scared-bunny Democrats think peace is possible over there, and they
want to be on
Bush's side when Zarqawi marches into Jerusalem to spend the night at Sharon's
Subject: besides Clark
I gotta agree with Jason. If you want an
option, how about Wesley Clark?
I think he can appeal to a wider spectrum. Hillary
would never get elected.
They'll say Clark has no experience.
A Hillary-Clark ticket would be the Demo's dream ticket.
would be ignored today
by Don Williams
Were a figure like Deep Throat to emerge today,
he would be ignored. It's an irony lost on
talking heads and scribes who've been waxing nostalgic
for the good old days of Watergate
ever since Mark Felt stepped from the shadows.
Not only would mainstream media shun such
an anonymous source of information, the terrible
truth is that we don't need a spy - which Felt was,
by definition - to tell us our leaders are engaging
in high crimes and misdemeanors.
The story's been broken. Crimes worse than those
that caused president Richard Nixon to resign
are being committed now in the full light of day.
Nixon was busted from the presidency for covering up
a two-bit burglary. George W. Bush and those surrounding
him took America to war and undermined
the Geneva Accords. The result has been more than
110,000 deaths, including about 2,000 Americans,
counting civilians - the deliberate torture of
innocents and more. Such crimes continue in full public view.
Yet, instead of facing impeachments and jail terms,
our leaders dress themselves in ribbons and medals
and strut boldly upon the stage of history, immune
to justice and bent on more mayhem - space weapons,
new nukes, more environmental degradation and worse,
emboldened by an apparent immunity from blame.
Damn, I'd like to buy this guy a shot of Chinaco Anejo
Subject: 9-11 and the WTC
This story MUST stay alive. There's too
many loose ends and unexplained items here.
Dig up the story of the computer tech who testifies
that on the night of September 8th
the power in both towers was shut down for an overnight.
That's the ONLY time that ever happened in the
history of the WTC.
This meant that every security camera above the
48th floor was off.
Also, the security cameras on the top of the towers
and overlooking the plaza were off.
Chris, I can't print a story like that.
I have no degree in architecture.
Don't worry, I'll be back in 2013 with an informed opinion.
"How sad is it when a monster like Saddam is more
ethical than Bush or Blair?
George Bush, Tony Blair, Dick Cheney, Donald
Rumsfeld, Condileeza Rice, Paul Wolfowitz,
Colin Powell and 99% of the American media
are war criminals or complicit in war crimes.
We now see why BushCo was determined that it
not be subject to the International Criminal Court."
--my good friend David Allen,
and he's right, http://thoughtcrimes.org/mt/
Subject: Live 8 bands
Pink Floyd and U2? How old were you
when Live Aid happened?
Those bands, especially P.F. are old washed up
You don't listen to any new post 90's bands/groups/music
enough to want to check it out?
If Garbage was in the line up you'd probably jet
over personally to watch Shirley Manson perform.
And, seeing as you like Pink Floyd and get off
on little photos of Shirley, it kind of sounds creepy.
She's like, 20 years younger than you at best....
<Bart does another shot at 11:20 in the morning>
Blue, "today's hot bands" are on tour with Loolapalooza,
or whatever that's called.
No - wait - I'm sorry.
That was cancelled because nobody gave a rat's ass about "today's hot bands."
Co. did Security for WTC, Dulles and United
Where any BFEE members go, corruption follows
Bush's brother Neil was on the
board of a company providing electronic security for the WTC,
Dulles Airport and United Airlines. The company
was backed by an Arabian investment firm,
the Kuwait-American Corp., also linked for years
to the Bush family.
The company has security contracts with Defense
and the U.S. Army, but no details were released,
citing security concerns. It has an ongoing line
with the GSA - meaning that its bids for contracts are
noncompetitive - and also did security work for
the Los Alamos laboratory before 1998.
Meanwhile, Marvin Bush was a director
at Stratesec from 1993 to fiscal year 2000. But the White House
has not publicly disclosed Bush connections in
any of its responses to 9/11, nor has it mentioned that another
Bush-linked business had done security work for
the facilities attacked.
I wonder if the BFEE was short with AA and other corporations that were
hit hardest on 9-11?
Remember the BFEE's motto: 'Never steal anything
Fable: Fictional stories with talking animals
Bible: Fictional stories with talking animals
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Torture is our most popular and misunderstood topic.
Show 76 feedback
I think show 76 is your best yet. Keep up the
I don't know why it seems different,
but if you know what you did out of the ordinary,
do it again.
Thanks for your hard work.
Mags, so you're the one who heard BCR 76?
Nobody else wrote. I'm doing these shows
Thanks - I thought maybe the links were broke.
It's been an interesting experience, being an
American abroad, especially since 9/11.
Whether in Europe or south Asia, people gape with
disbelief at what appears to be an unchained
American empire, contemptuous of the rules that
apply to others, murderously indifferent to the
value of non-American life. And they ask ex-pats
like me, "What's wrong with the USA?"
Sentiments like these are routinely dubbed "anti-American" in
the U.S. media, which likes to portray
the rest of the world as writhing in the grip
of an irrational knee-jerk hatred, an "anti-Americanism"
rooted in envy or backwardness. I've been lucky.
In my 34 years living outside the USA, I've had the
chance to learn something from those at the wrong
end of U.S. policies.
What's wrong is the Democrats don't mind losing
elections - they just don't care.
For the longest time, all the Bush White House
had to do to answer critics of the war
in Iraq was to unfurl Old Glory. The time for flag-waving,
however, appears to be ending.
According to a USA Today/Gallup poll, almost six
in 10 Americans think the U.S. should
start bringing the troops home ASAP. Only 36 percent,
roughly the hard-core Republican base,
want them to stay. Majorities in several
polls say the war wasn't worth the sacrifice and doubt
that Iraq was ever a threat to the United States.
Would-be soldiers are voting with their feet.
Despite lowering standards to include drug users
and small-time criminals, Army recruiters
keep significantly missing their enlistment quotas.
Marine recruiters aren't doing much better.
There's even talk of a renewed draft, but
that's not going to happen.
Subject: message from Karash
Thank you again for the opportunity of the chat/debate.
I wanted to wait a while to write in about it to
give your readers/listeners time to weigh in,
so let me know if this is still too early. I
put a lot of work into a long response in an attempt
to give justice to all the issues brought up, and
I'd really appreciate if you'd put it up on a
separate section of the page, and link to it on
the next couple issues.
To your benefit, it isn't just about the
debate, but about the troop-support issue, and you
can use it as a stockpile of "dove" information,
or whatever you like to call it.
<Bart does another shot at 11:35>
Dude, (perhaps) the majority of Democrats are anti-troop.
The anti-troop people loved your debate performance.
You proved to them that the troops are blood-thirsty murderers.
I think you should accept your victory.
"Robert Parry's 'Secrecy & Privilege' is one
of the best books I have read on American politics
and parapolitics. Robert Parry is very good
indeed: he has the serious investigative journalist's
care with sources and that simple, transparent
style which lets the reporting speak for itself."
-- The book reviewer for the British political journal, Lobster,
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jeered at Speech
Gov. Musclehead's return to his alma mater turned
into an exercise in perseverance
when virtually his every word was accompanied by
catcalls, howls and piercing whistles
from the crowd. Musclehead's face appeared
to redden during his address Tuesday to
graduates at Santa Monica College, but he ignored
the shouting as he recalled his days as
a student and, later, his work as a bodybuilder
and an admitted sexual predator.
like two tings - I like da dope and I like da tiddies."
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New Low In Hillary Bashing
by Joe Conason
Even the most fanatical Hillary-haters will be
disappointed if they're expecting to
wallow in fresh sewage. Almost all of this crud
floated through the pipeline long ago.
The Truth About Hillary emits a strong
smell of toxic mold. Its 250-plus pages are
padded out with the same old tales and the same
old innuendoes, recounted by the
same old parade of discredited or unnamed sources.
Subject: torture terrific
Why don't you show us all how great torture is.
I know, you could find and torture "a bad guy",
someone really evil, then video tape it for all of us.
Show us "the confession" and just how many lives
you saved! Big Stud!
Then we'll all be so grateful to you, and we'll
really believe that "torture works".
Show us the data you've come across that proves
torture does what you say, then you'll be "The Hero".
If not, shut the fuck up about something you're
totally ignorant about.
Quit promoting bullshit!
Rob the Monkey
Ron the Monkey,
For the 100,000th time, I'm not pro-torture.
Even a monkey can read and understand what that means, right?
why don't you show us all how great 10,000,000
I know, you could find 10,000,000 people
and and murder them,
some really innocent New Yorkers, then video
tape it for all of us.
Show us the "benefits" of 10,000,000 murders
and how your principles were saved.
Then we'll all be so grateful to you, and
we'll really believe that "ignorance works."
Show us the data you've come across that
proves 10,000,000 murders is a good thing,
then you'll be "The Hero".
If not, shut the fuck up about something
you're totally ignorant about.
Quit promoting 10,000,000 murders, you Monkey!
Bart and the 10,000,000 people who are still alive.
we could act like adults and address the problem instead of screaming
I can do that - can you?
You and like-minded thinkers can go on and on about how Bart invented
some "wild scenario,"
but they say odds are America will have a "nuclear incident" in the next
Maybe we should wait until after it happens to look at ways to prevent
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"I know the party line. You know, the Department
of Defense, the U.S. Army,
five-star generals, four-star generals, Bush,
Rumsfeld: The Iraqis will be ready
in whatever time period, but from the ground,
I can say with certainty they won't
be ready before I leave. And I know I'll
be back in Iraq, probably in three or four years.
And I don't think they'll be ready
-- 1st Lt. Kenrick Cato, 34, of Long
Island, giving an honest opinion, Attribution
Subject: closing Gitmo
Is the Guantanamo Bay prison camp an embarrassment
to the United States?
I suppose it all depends on who you believe. If
you believe the American press
which says that the Koran was inadvertently urinated
upon then it's no big deal.
People accidentally urinate on holy books all
the time according to us.
But some people in other parts of the world aren't
The problem is - we really are acting like the
Nazi's and we need to stop it.
We have become our own enemy.
San Francisco, CA.
who refused to sign anti-lynching resolution
Lamar Alexander (R-TN)
Robert Bennett (R-UT)
Christopher Bond (R-MO)
fundraiser, Plantersville Mississppi 1947
Saxby Chambliss (R-GA) "Ain't nothing
wrong with a lynchin'"
Judd Gregg (R-NH)
Thad Cochran (R-MS)
Conrad (D-ND) (We
need a way to force racist bastards out of our party)
John Cornyn (R-TX)
Michael Crapo (R-ID)
Trent Lott (R-MS) "We treat woman as equals
in the all-white GOP"
Lisa Murkowski (R-AK)
George Voinovich (R-OH)
Convention party, Monroe, GA 1952
Richard Shelby (R-AL) "We were just having
a little fun, that's all"
John Sununu (R-NH)
Craig Thomas (R-WY)
Jim Bunning (R-KY)
Conrad Burns (R-MT)
It's amazing that today's senators can be pro-lynching in Bush's
but maybe that's what we deserve for having the Murder Monkey as president.
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