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"We chase roadside bombs is because
   we are expendable. They need bodies,  
  and we provide them. We clear the roads,  
  but we're still treated like dirt here."

  -- Staff Sgt. Jeff Rayner from Nashville,
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"The Americans have sided with the Shi'ites. It's shocking. It doesn't fit American values.
  They have spent so much blood and money here, only to back the creation of an Islamist state."

      A secular Kurdish politician,   


 Diebold hires top Dem to whore for them
   former DNC chairman Joe Andrew on his knees for cash


. Excerpt:
With a phone call and a retainer, 30 pieces of silver, Diebold CEO Walden O'Dell hired
former DNC chairman Joe Andrew for a 50-state whorefest to sell crooked voting machines.
O'Dell said he `"wanted to reframe some of the issues, confuse weak Democrats..."

His first stop: California, the nation's largest market for voting machines and the place where Diebold's
fortunes as the largest supplier of crooked voting machines in the nation could be made or broken.

  "I'm helping the GOP, now 
   They paid me a lot."

"Even if you have tremendous success every place else,'' said Andrew, ``if you can't sell technology
  in California, you're in trouble.''

The GOP's in so much trouble, they have to steal Cali next time ...or they're gone.
So they hire a well-know, highly respected (anybody ever heard of this guy?
Former DNC chairman?  I don't remember him - maybe that's why we keep losing.)

But don't worry - all his Demo friends will stick with this guy - Judas Maximus II??  

Doing a Google on this guy brings up kostly bad news about what a putz he is,
including this site that says he's dead - they list the location of his grave.

So the GOP has purchased themselves a Democrat.
I guess he was cheaper than Alan Colmes?



"In this war, many of these brave men and women have given their lives to defend their
   fellow citizens make billions for Halliburton...Now we must complete the mission." 
   --Der Monkey, lying again about why he sent young men to die in Iraq   Link


 Bush: Saddam did 9-11
  He's lying because they won't call him on it


After an unusual specific reference to the 1,864 US soldiers killed in Iraq, Bush said:
"We owe them something..."

 That's right.
 We owe them armor, combat pay, health care and enough troops to get out of
  the trap you lied them into - why can't you be honest with these men?

"We will finish the task that they gave their lives for."

 But why can't you say what that task is?
 That's all Cindy is asking for - a few simple answers.

"We'll honor their sacrifice by staying on the offensive."

By occupying an oil-rich nation that didn't attack us?
How does that honor anybody besides Halliburton and the oil companies?


 Tony Blair to join the Carlyle Group?
   Nobody could've seen this coming

Sources in the City have revealed that he is "seriously considering" a high-profile role
with Carlyle - which manages $30billion (£20million) of investments worldwide.

The job could net Mr Blair up to £500,000 a year for only a few days work a month
giving speeches and making "networking" trips on behalf of the company.

Last night one leading City source said: "Private equity firms don't come any more powerful than Carlyle.
It would be a huge coup for them if they could bring Tony Blair on board.

"But the job is likely to infuriate MPs and campaigners opposed to Britain's role in the Iraq War
because of Carlyle's strong links to the defence industry."

THIS is why Blair sold out his country and helped Bush kill 1900 American soldiers.

Bush promised him millions or tens of millions or hundreds of millions of dollars
in his little Carlyle Gang of Thieves if he would back him up on his bloody Iraq invasion


If you've been reading  bartcop.com  you know we called this years ago.

>From bartcop volume 1023

> Prediction:
> Bush and his press will portray Blair as a "hero" for wanting this war, and "because Blair has
> become ostracized," the only employment the former PM can get is a pity job with The Carlyle Group
> where Blair will get his $50M reward for legitimizing the Bush boy's theft of Iraq's oil. Or they could
> stage a "car wreck" and keep the $50M, so watch your back, Tony Blair. And stay out of small
> planes and Arkansas hotel rooms.

If a tequila drinking Okie with a modem could see it coming,
why couldn't the press?  Why couldn't the Democrats?


Doesn't this prove Blair took a bribe to back Bush's illegal war?
Blair was the key - without Blair, it would've been Bush and the Australian guy.

Even FOX News couldn't call that "a coalition."

This is a trial baloon sent up by Blair to see if people will allow the payoff.
If there's outrage, he'll say, "I never intended to join Carlyle."


 Hey, What's That Sound?
   by Herr Dragoness Dowd


Bush Senior made some Republicans worry that he left Iraq too soon.
Bush Junior is making some Republicans worry that he is staying in Iraq too long.

"Any effort to explain Iraq as 'We are on track and making progress' is nonsense," Newt Gingrich
told Adam Nagourney and David D. Kirkpatrick for a Times article on G.O.P. jitters about the
shadow of Iraq over the midterm elections. "The left has a constant drumbeat that this is Vietnam
and a bottomless pit. The daily and weekly casualties leave people feeling that things aren't going well."

W. says he can't set a deadline to bring the troops home. But he started the war on an artificial deadline;
he declared a "Mission Accomplished" end to major hostilities on an artificial deadline; he was inflexible
on deadlines for handing over Iraqi sovereignty and holding elections. And he tried to force the Iraqis to
produce a constitution on his deadline when the squabbling politicians of the ethnic and religious factions
hadn't even reached consensus on little things like "Do we want one country?"

It isn't only the left that is invoking Vietnam.
You know you're in trouble when Henry Kissinger gives you advice on how to exit a war.


 Hagel repeats: Iraq War Looking Like Vietnam


"Stay the course is not a policy," said Hagel, a possible certain White House contender in 2008.
"By any standard, when you analyze 2 1/2 years in Iraq ... we're not winning."

"The White House does not yet understand — the dam has broke on this policy," Hagel said.
"The longer we stay there, the more similarities (to Vietnam) are going to come together."

In BCR 80, we talked about a presidential poll for 2008.
Stupidly, they had pro-choice Rudy Guiliani ahead,
followed by can't-win McCain.

By process of elimination, I said Mitt Romney seemed to be the front runner,
but Hagel's bold move has clearly put him in the lead for the GOP nomination.

Who could disagree with that?




"It's time for us conservatives to face facts. Bush has pissed away the conservative moment
by pursuing a war of choice via policies that border on the criminally incompetent. We control
the government, but what have we really accomplished? Is government smaller? Have we hacked
away at the nanny state? Are the unborn any more protected? Have we really set the stage for a
durable conservative majority? The growing unpopularity of the war threatens to undo all the gains
we have achieved in this decade."  
  --Professor Bainbridge,   What might have been?


Double shot of Gene Lyons 

Critic to Bush: Get a horse



Learning about Bush’s treadmill work suggests the solution to a small mystery.
It’s long been my suspicion that when reported to be "cutting brush" on his ranch,
Bush is actually inside watching baseball on TV in air-conditioned comfort.
I figure Karl Rove invented the brush-clearing angle to make Bush resemble
Ronald Reagan, a well-known horseman and chopper of firewood. As the
president’s equestrian skills are limited to golf carts, a manly outdoor
activity was required.

Jogging was famously a Clintonian exercise, so that wouldn’t suffice, while
bicycle riding brings swarms of Spandex-garbed, latte-sipping yuppies to mind.
Thus, brush cutting.


Honor system no longer extant


I would
argue that TV fame and money have become big corrupting factors. Celebrity journalists
and sleazy tabloid coverage have existed since newspapers began during the 18 th century.
But the American press used to be regulated by an informal but fairly effective honor system.
Now it runs on a star system not unlike Hollywood’s. Once a degree of professional visibility
is achieved, it’s hard to lose.

I’d cite currently imprisoned New York Times reporter Judith Miller as Exhibit A. Her bungled
"exclusives" on Iraq’s mythical weapons of mass destruction did as much to drive the U.S. to war
as the Bush administration’s fanciful geopolitical imagineers. If she were a sports reporter, she’d
have been laughed out of the profession. Baseball fans demand that you get the scores right.


Subject: Sheehan protest hobbled

Hey Bart,

I fear that what was warming up to be the greatest, most visible protest against the monkey
has been seriously hobbled. It was beautiful--Cindy Sheehan camped out on the one road
out of Whistleass's "ranch," refusing to budge 'til he spoke to her.

Then her mom and the stroke, she budged. who can't understand that? (Probably Bush.)
Worse is the decision to move off the road, allegedly right next to the ranch, but in truth,
just next to one of a few exits. They used to be camped right in a bottleneck he couldn't avoid,
now they're in a "free speech zone" he can--and will--bypass. Seriously undermined the
effectiveness of the protest. It was nice of the rancher to offer his pasture, but there are
some gifts people should not accept.

I haven't seen this discussed much, just thought I'd share this with you. T

T, I think Cindy might have stayed if she knew how important she is.

With nothing more than guts, she has affected our foreign policy for the better.
She's doing the work the Democrats refuse to do - which is to hold Bush responsible.

Like Edith Keeler in reverse, Cindy is steering a different path than Bush ...and she's winning.

Depending on what Cindy does or doesn't do, we might lose 300 more men in Iraq
...or we could lose another 30,000.  She's causing people to ask, "Why are we in Iraq?"

I know that's a lot to ask of a lady who was essentially drafted into this position
but considering what's at stake, I wish she would have stayed.
She's a lone housewife on the precipice of history.

This is not an attack on Cindy

It's my guess that when a band like Bon Jovi does a world tour, each band member
signs a document saying they understand that only the biggest and most unusual occurrence
should cause them to have to return to the United States.

If a band member's grandmother dies while they're in Russia or Japan, they are asked
to not to return so they can attend the funeral so the multi-million dollar weeks can continue.

Now, compare the importance of a Bon Jovi tour to Bush at War vs. world peace.

Considering that nuclear America is going thru the darkest times since the Civil War, the future
of the country is and maybe the planet teetering in the balance and with those kind of stakes,
I wish someone could have focused Cindy towards the bigger picture.

Did you see these headlines?

Russia and China meld muscle for war games


They're taking Bush's worldwide global crime spree more seriously than any Democrat.

Putin calls for Iraq pullout timetable


 The world knows Bush will kill and steal until somebody says, "Stop!"

Bush shrugs off Putin's timetable


Bush tells Putin "Bring it on."

So far, Cindy has shown the most light on Bush's bloody, illegal war.
She has more courage than any senate Democrat, who, by the way, are A.W.O.L.

It's not fair to ask Cindy to do this, but right now she's the best guy on our team.
She's no longer "some Mom who lost a kid in Bush's war."

Let's hope she has the courage and wisdom to keep it up.


Random thought...

I saw former CIA insider/terrorism expert Michael Scheuer on 60 Minutes.

He said it was "almost inevitable" that Osama will explode a WMD in America,
either a dirty bomb or a full-blown nuke.

When that happens, will talk radio and the America whore TV networks blame Clinton again?
Or will they blame the guy who stopped chasing Osama so he could steal Saddam's oil?

(That's rhetorical - I know they'll blame Clinton.)


Subject: Jenny McCarthy divorces


Who gives a shit?


Yeah, Jenny's presence pissed off a bunch of people,
and most of them used a lot worse language than you did.

I'm so old, I remember when a picture of a pretty girl didn't piss anybody off.
Should we run BFEE-murders, Halliburton crimes and dead soldiers stories non-stop?

Wouldn't I lose more subscribers to suicides that way?



Subject: Bush and BTK

Heya Bart,

So, the BTK killer shed some tears during his sentencing.

Yet the Chimp-in-Chief cannot stop himself from smirking and
giggling when talking about our war dead. Hmmm....

BTW, Lewis Black was in Rhode Island the other night and made that very point:


Black took the stage typically hot under the collar, but things truly heated up
when he mentioned Bush. "With 9/11 I thought he deserved a little more time," Black said.
"I gave him some time and I gave him some rope. And he hung himself."

That sparked a few boos from Bush supporters.
He confronted the few hecklers, who sent Black into a rampage.
The president, he said, tends to smile on TV as he talks about the war in Iraq.

"When a president is talking about war, he needs to use his frowny face," Black said.

Keep swinging that hammer, and love to you and Mrs. Bart.
Tina the Pillar


Tina, I guess that makes Bush the ITK killer- Invade, Torture and Kill.


is a

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Found lots to like in show 80.
New fuel for my arguments with the monkeys out there.

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 Pirro's Shocked by Hillary's Ambition 
    by Joe Conason


“You will know where my opponent and I disagree and where we agree,” Mrs. Pirro went on.
But mostly, she concluded, “I’m the one candidate running for Senator from New York who
really wants to be Senator from New York.”

There are many flaws in this argument, but let’s begin with the most obvious. Somehow it didn’t
occur to Mrs. Pirro that if the people of New York deserve a “full-time” Senator, then the good
citizens of Westchester County also deserve a full-time District Attorney—and she should resign
because her attention will be consumed by a statewide campaign for the next 16 months.


Subject: Volume 1605 and BCR 80

The page was great as always. Just wanted to say that the pic
of Shirley was particularly cute this time. Nice choice!

The radio show:
Your delivery was much better than in show 79.
I cought only one bobble this time.

I'm not real happy about the ads, but I can't hold it against ya - you can't really get far
without some ad revenue. The ads were refreshingly low key. I can handle that.
Think late 70's early 80's "public television and radio". Just the straight shit --no lies,
no hype just who you are and what you want to sell me. That's really the only kind
of advertising I have any patience for (like I said before I'm hypersensitive about
this shit so I'm like the canary in the coal mine). If I ain't bitchen you're safe.

Dude, the only adfs the radio show has are goof ads.
We had a Chiquita banana TV commercial from the 50s and I think BCR 79
had carrie Underwood singing and dancing about a Kit Kat chocolate bar.

About 50 shows back Mick Rasley Silver bought some ads, but none since.
BCR is a little "hot" for advertisers.

On the other hand, have you looked into selling your show (or an edited version of it)
to Air America?  The quality is high enough now it might be worth considering.

As I read that, my mind flashed to me having to interview Pat Leahy and Joe Biden.
That made me sick and I hold you responsible :)

I think AAR is too responsible to have wild-ass Bart on their network
Hell, I might use a word that's not on the approved list.

keep up the good work,
   --joe from far, far away




Yesterday on CNN, a lawyer for Saddam's daughter says the BFEE
is working on a plea bargain for Saddam
so they can avoid a trial
(and bury the Reagan-Bush crimes).

Prosecutor: You used poison gas on the Kurds?

Saddam: Yes, poison gas I bought from George Bush's father.

Since you read  bartcop.com  you already know there's no way the BFEE
can allow Saddam to defend himself at a public trial.

What if he talked?

If only we could get the Democrats or the press to do their damn jobs.

Saddam will "have a stroke" and be "unavailable" for his trial.


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Subject: CNN Instant News

A final draft Iraqi constitution is ready to be submitted to national assembly,
Deputy Prime Minister Ahmad Chalabi said. 

More Americans watch CNN. More Americans trust CNN.

But you guys got the story wrong again.
They don't have the constitution ready - they said they needed at least three more days.

Hey CNN!
Why don't YOU give us the damn facts instead of quoting a known liar who's a convicted felon?.

I'd rather be lied to than have an ignorant fool tell me the wrong damn story.
I'd always rather deal with a crook than a fool because it's tough to outwit a fool.
No wonder FOX is beating your brains in...

Nobody trusts you, CNN.
Not the right, not the left - nobody.


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 'Disgraceful' cross turns into shrine 
   Loving W means never having to make sense


Remember, Gary Qualls? The bereaved parent who got so indignant that the protesters at
Camp Casey had “disgraceful[ly]” erected a cross bearing his son’s name as part of their memorial?

Well…I was wondering what he did with that cross.
Maybe he tossed it in a dumpster. Maybe he threw it in the back
of his truck and forgot about it. maybe he donated it to a homeless shelter for firewood.

All of those thongs crossed my mind.
Surely, I reasoned, he wouldn’t hypocritically set up a SHRINE to his dead son,
USING the very same cross he claimed was a “disgrace,” and “disprespectful” just a few days ago.

Thanks to Hesiod


Call the

...as heard on BCR 80

Put your 2-minute rant on the next radio show.
BCR is listened to by dozens, so get your comments out there.

You have two minutes to record your message.

Can you say, "monkey?"

 A mother’s questions are met with helicopters and guns


The president had to pass the crosses and protestors when he attended a GOP fundraiser Friday .
We protestors were backed farther away from the road, roped off with police tape. A helicopter flew
overhead lower than others that we were accustomed to. The helicopter had an agent riding outside
with a weapon trained on us. The motorcade went by us twice very fast, and a few of the vehicles
had rifles pointed out open windows. I was thankful no one made any sudden moves.”


Did CNN cancel Crossfire and Capital Gang to guarantee
that a left-leaning view would never be heard on that network?

They see FOX making money selling lies, but instead of countering FOX News lies
with the truth, they imitate FOX.   We have no free press in America.


 Today's oil theft total

 2,000,000 barrels of unmetered stolen Irqi oil,

 times today's oil price which is $65.45 a barrel  
$130,900,000 George Bush stole just today

...while he is "hard at work."

Thanks to Bruce Yurgil

Republicans and religio-crazies
say losing thousands of soldiers in
Bush's bloody war is acceptable.


1863 yesterday
1863 today


...looking for a file, I ran into this:


We're so old,
we remember when Bush had pushed only

200 brave men into the Iraqi meat grinder.

It's as tho Bush, wearing his 'lil Ricky Ranger flight suit
ordered them to line up, in long, hundred-man rows, smirking as he barked,
"March forward,"
and they all stepped into the open grave at the same time.

And the men did that - and why did they do that?

The only "noble cause" can see is that the men took an oath
to follow orders, no matter how many hundreds of billions of dollars those orders
make for the front corporations that are owned by the men who lied us into war

Subject:  Mayor of Salt Lake is no monkey

Hey Bart,

Holy crap! The mayor of Salt Lake City... that's in Utah...
Mayor Rocky Anderson stood with the protestors today during Chimpy's War-Is-Swell visit.

Not only did he stand with the patriots who dissent, he was articulate and full of facts.
This link is to a local TV station's video of his speech to the protesters:


This link is to a radio interview, where the interviewer is obviously a WHORE, but Rocky doesn't back down.
Click the Audio link to hear the interview. Might be good show material.


Love ya!
Kimberly McCall


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 Janeane Garofalo on 'West Wing'



  Janeane Garofalo will play a media strategist for three episodes on "The West Wing" this fall.

 Garofalo's character, Louise Thornton, is hired by Matt Santos as director of communications for
  his presidential campaign. She urges Josh and the other staffers to stop playing politics and start
  concentrating on connecting with the electorate.

 So, who will be the guy who has to eat it?   Janeane or Josh?
 For drama, they have to butt heads, right? 

 Is Janeane playing Mary Beth Cahill?
 Or will she be Bob (Zero for eight) Shrum, begging Santos not to fight back?

  Love you, Janeane!


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