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In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Making sense of Miers
Bush on anti-depressants 
The Trouble with Harriet 
The Shrinking President 
Bush boy withdraws 
Andy Sullivan turns on
Why Iran is Next 
Guns n' tombstones 
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"Odious creep Louis Freeh, who was too busy as head of the FBI trying to undermine
Clinton to pay attention to more important threats to the nation, has had a major whine
about how all the scandals the right-wing ginned up about Bill turned out to be a distraction
from doing his real job, but that's not his fault - it's Clinton's.   If Freeh had been doing the
job taxpayers were paying him for, he would have realized early on that there was no there
there in Whitewater and perhaps prevented it from snowballing out of control, but he had
other priorities, apparently."
        --The Sideshow,     Link

I watched Freeh's whinefest on 60 Minutes Sunday.
Freeh had 600-700 FBI agents combing Arkansas trailer courts looking for loose women 
who would be willing to make a claim against our Peace and Prosperity President.

Of course, there was no time for Al Qaeda because Freeh had his head stick in Clinton's pants 
for his entire career as head of the FBI.

On the show, he kept whining about "all those scandals," so Mike wallace listed them. Whitewater, 
Travelgate, Lawngate, Vince Foster - so important - trumped up handjobs that led nowhere.

Meanwhile, Bush has us in a world war and the world hates America.

...so Louie the Liar figures it times to write a book on Clinton scandals?


Subject: BCR 83 feedback

Just listened to part 1 and 2 of show 83.  You are in fine form, Bart.
It has been too long since a good ol bush beat down (due to the fact that he never has press conferences).
My favorite part (hard to choose) was when you asked W to say what a litmus test was.

Being a scientist myself, this very thing had occurred to me when I heard bush say litmus test.
It reminds me of a myna bird repeating phrases.  Bush thinks a litmus test tells you
whether or not the cheerleader you just fucked needs to make a visit to Mama

Bab's "special" doctor.
Rock on, Bart.

-brian in mobile


Making sense of Miers
  by Robert Parry at  consortiumnews.com


George W. Bush's nomination of his personal lawyer, Harriet Miers, to a seat on the Supreme Court
is causing conservatives as well as liberals to scratch their heads. But the choice might make sense if
Bush's primary goal is protecting his administration from criminal and other legal liabilities, rather than
changing constitutional law on social issues like abortion.

What if, for instance, a senior Bush aide is facing prosecution in connection with an untested law
prohibiting unmasking covert CIA officers? It might be handy for Bush to have a trusted friend on
the court of last resort to rule on some technical legal questions that could torpedo the whole case.

Or what if it turns out that Bush himself participated in the criminal act? Wouldn't it be
advantageous if the lawyer who helped him out of previous legal scrapes was sitting among the judges
who would make a ruling on this one? (And there really is no reason to think that a Bush appointee
would step aside because of some fretting over conflicts of interest.)


Bush on anti-depressants
  Is  capitolhillblue.com  a reliable site?


Bush is taking anti-depressant drugs to control his erratic behavior, depression and paranoia,
Capitol Hill Blue has learned.

The prescription drugs, administered by Col. Richard J. Tubb, the White House physician,
can impair the President's mental faculties and decrease both his physical capabilities and his
ability to respond to a crisis, administration aides admit privately.

"It's a double-edged sword," says one aide. "We can't have him flying off the handle
at the slightest provocation but we also need a President who is alert mentally."

Tubb prescribed the anti-depressants after a clearly-upset Bush stormed off stage on July 8,
refusing to answer reporters' questions about his relationship with Ken. Lay.

"Keep those motherfuckers away from me," he screamed at an aide backstage.
"If you can't, I'll find someone who can."

Damn, that sounds like the spoiled little boy we all know.


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"Pardon my skepticism at the breathless warnings on Thursday of yet another
"specific threat" to our safety - in this case, the New York subway riders. This one
could be quite real, and I don't necessarily quarrel with that. But I worry at how the
news media seems to feel forced to take these dire warnings at face value despite
the pattern of politicians provoking these episodes at suspiciously opportune moments."
       --Craig Crawford,  Link

Wait - it's worse than that.
Tom Ridge admitted they raised the terror level when there was no need.
Funny, you never hear that fact when people talk about new, fake terror alerts.

The American whore press will do anything to help Bush cover his crimes.


The Trouble with Harriet
  saw it on  TrainedApe.com


There is a chain of logic as to why Harry Reid would come out of the gates indicating
so much approval for the SCOTUS's latest Alice Cooper look-alike:

(1)  He knows her and she ain't that bad, and
(2)  By "recommending" her and approving her immediately,
       he makes it look like Bush is doing what he wants; then
(3)  As a consequence, the right wing ninnies wig out about the fact
       that Reid likes her so much; thus
(4)  They think she is bad news and turn on Bush, and
(5)  A civil war erupts between the fundies and the moderate GOPers, and
(6)  Harry sits back and enjoys the Right Wing Blues Explosion.

Dude, I hope you're right and I hope I'm wrong.


ha ha

Subject:  U2

So it looks like U-2 might be fund-raising for Rick Santorum.
What's your take on that Bart?


ha ha

I can't see Bono with Rick Santorum.
I'll bet cash money Bono won't be fund-raising for Santorum's sick ass.


Remember, this is a fact.
Prescott Bush had to pay a fine for this treason.
If you need the link in the future, just Google
Prescott + "trading with the enemy"

Subject: ur a phoney

I wrote u a decent e-mail about 9/11 not being what it was,
but u put in some guy writing building #7 100 times or whatever.

I will never read ur site again.
U are a major phony, ur not even funny.
go fuck urself.
ur a no good bitch who doesn't make any sense,
u fucking sell out.

Seth Allen

Seth, so your best move is to piss a hissy?

I did not see your e-mail, I saw his.
I assume yours is still in the large pile.

I printed that to remind people that there's a reason why few people
believe that the BFEE knew or had something to do with 9-11

My goal is to get people to understand that sending an e-mails that say,
"BUILDING #7 BUILDING #7 BUILDING #7," isn't likely to change opinions.

Don't you want to change opinions?


If only we had an honest President...


"I know her well enough to be able to say that she's not going to change,
that 20 years from now she'll be the same person with the same philosophy
that she is today. I don't want to put somebody on the bench who is this way
today, and changes. That's not what I'm interested in."
       -- The Talking Monkey President   Link

But Monkey - twenty years ago you were a cocaine-snorting drunken asshole.

Now you're just a drunken asshole.

Tell me again why change is such a bad thing...


Subject: Pat Tillman, Hero

We were originally told that Pat Tillman supported the war so much that he felt he had to enlist.
Then we were told that he died heroically defending his country.

Now we know Tillman was no Bush sympathizer and that he was, in fact, killed by 'friendly fire'.
Say - you don't think that friendly fire wasn't accidental do you?


Damn, I never even thought of that.

I cam imagine what it's like to be in a situation with, say, 20 other killing machines,
and then you say something like, "Bush's fucking illegal war," and get fragged for it.

I mean, if you're killing people every day, what's one more?
Especially if he's a liberal, anti-American, prettyboy faggot?
(All supposition, obviously.)

People have been writing, asking/demanding that I explain what Tillman was thinking.
I can only guess he wantedf to punish Al Qaeda for 9-11 - but, as far as we know,
Tillman could've died because his backup force was sent to Iraq to steal Saddam's oil
and they were short-handed on the day he was killed


The Shrinking President


It's hard to listen to Bush and not think about the Wizard of Oz.
What comes to mind is the weak, fallible human being who was revealed when Toto
pulled the curtain. There, in the small booth, a small, ordinary man, not an omnipotent
sorcerer, frantically yanks at levers and dials. When the ''wizard" finally admits the
obvious fraud, Dorothy says, ''Oh, you're a very bad man." Replies the wizard,
'Oh, no, my dear, I'm a very good man. I'm just a very bad wizard.'"

Once the curtain is pulled, the people of Emerald City can never look at the fellow
behind it the way they did before.


Subject: Tiger Woo

Field Marshal Bart-ski,
You do realize that Tiger won Sunday?

How can you be so right about everything else,
and so wrong about Tiger?

Unfortunately I have to demote you to Colonel Bart.

Denny O

Denny, he was losing at the time that was written.
I failed to follow up - another  bartcop.com  error.

Wish I had a dime for everyone who wrote :)



"Bush wants to put the Pentagon in charge of natural disasters, instead of FEMA.
  Bush wants to take the job away from the people who screwed New Orleans
  and give it to the people who screwed things up in Iraq."
        --Rob Bates,    Link


Subject: Kerry

Bart -

Wondered about your comment that Kerry "took a dive" becuase he didn't want to be President.
I don't think much of Kerry now after the crummy job he did campaigning,
but why did he run for the nomination if he didn't want it?

Austin, TX,

IF one believes Kerry secretly wanted Bush to win, you'd answer, "defense,"
meaning he wanted to keep those who would attack Bush out of the race.

Iowa chose Kerry and killed Dean.
We should take the choice out of Iowa's hands in 2008.

You'd think when a guy mortgages his home to get money for a contest that he
really wanted to win, but that's no gamble when your wife owns ketchup.

I wish he would explain his actions have someone who speaks American explain his actions.


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If only my grandfather was a Nazi financier....
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Bush's credibility crisis
 Andrew Sullivan turns on Boy George


Her main claim to fame is that she once managed the Texas lottery...
She has never been a judge...but she's in Bush's words, "the best person I could find".

Trent Lott said: "Is she the most qualified person? Clearly, the answer to that is 'no'."
Right-wing blowhard Ann Coulter (Andrew!) exploded,  "Bush may as well appoint
his chauffeur head of Nasa as put Miers on the Supreme Court..."

If you say Sullivan on Bill Maher's show, he almost sounded like Ol' Bart.
He was on Bush like Rush goes after a poor, black single mother in New Orleans.

There's a chance the next three years will be excrutiatingly horrible for America
but it's also possible we're going to have three years of the GOP bashing Der Monkey.

ha ha

Wouldn't it be fun to see Talk Radio turn their hate-machine on his clueless, arrogant ass?



Subject: Ms Ginsburg

She's a Marxist?
Apparently you've never met the RCP.

What the hell you smokin' , boy?
Joe Hawk

Joe, the Monkey said that, not me.
But to answer your question, dirty Mexican street crap.



"The Senate backed the bill by a vote of 90-9. This astonishing move, effectively a revolt
against Bush by his own party, is being seen by many in Europe as just comeuppance for
a president who the old continent feels has been guilty of astounding hubris. . Even the
right-wing of the party are disappointed with him, with Bush this week nominating Miers
to the Supreme Court.   German commentators...couldn't be happier."
      --Der Spiegel, German Newspaper, on Der Monkey   Link


Subject: Molly Ivins

Bart, thanks for posting that article by Molly Ivins on 10/5 - she's a national treasure,
and I don't care how trite that sounds. She can distill it just like you can - like this:

"The Republican right came to Washington to start a revolution and stayed to run a racket.
It has become a game of ideological flim-flam, a scam in which distracting hoo-hah -- abortion,
judicial activism, even "the war on terra" -- is used to obscure the fact that the government has
been taken over by people who are using it to make money for themselves and their friends."

And then, she backs it all up with juicy facts.
You do, too, but she seems to have a staff. =]

Lee I


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 Fun Quotes

"It was leaked to the media that I've had conversations with Karl Rove and the
White House, which is true. I can't reveal it all, because I do know things that I'm
privy to that I can't describe, because of confidentiality...When you put that with
all the other information that I have been able to gather - and you'll have to trust me
on this one - when you know some of the things that I know, that I probably shouldn't
know, that take me in this direction, you will understand why I have said, with fear
and trepidation, why I have said why I believe that Harriet Miers will be a good justice."
       --James Dobson,    Link

"I would be surprised if the Judiciary Committee does not subpoena Dobson and ask him,
what were you told by Rove and were you given indications that Miers would overturn
Roe v. Wade? I mean, if he's indicated he's got specific inside knowledge that has caused
him to come out for her, when everybody else is against her, or everybody else is doubtful,
I think my guess is, Dobson will get a subpoena."
       --Pat Buchanan,    Link

When is Rove going to be frog-marched in an orange jump suit?


Subject: Miers


Meirs would seem to be in the middle of everything this Administration has done in secret,
every initiative it has undertaken.  She has effectively endorsed everything that has happened
on W's watch and much of it isn't likely to be pretty including massive budget deficits, a pre-emptive
war thought by many to be illegal under the UN charter, the torture, the mismanagement of the war.

If history views this Administration as badly flawed, what is badly flawed will likely be perpetuated
by Miers for another quarter-century or more.

Joel Midsouth

Dude, good point.
She knows everything Bush has done,
she knows all the failures and all the screwups and still,
she says, "He's the most brilliant man I've ever met."


Bush boy withdraws name
  He was too close to that Jackadogoff guy


Timothy Flanigan, who faced more questions from Senate Democrats about his links with
indicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff, has withdrawn his nomination for the Justice Department's
No. 2 job, according to a letter to Der Monkey released on Friday.

Democrats had sought a new round of questioning of Flanigan about his contacts with Abramoff.

Democrats also raised concern about his nomination because of Flanigan's role in developing Bush
policy allowing aggressive interrogation of detainees and his lack of experience as a prosecutor.

Bush always puts loyalty above competence.
That should scare Republicans, too.


Subject: Dems and GOP on the same team

Juheezus Keerist...you're one of those guys who is so confused that it would take
a preamble to the argument of 20, 000 words just to get the premises straightened out
in your brain before you could even start.

The job is so daunting that no one has got the energy to bother.
Basically, you're a guy who thinks like a wingo, but has, somehow,
acquired a more palatable set of prejudices.

The guy is not saying that...oh, what's the use.


Dude, thanks for giving it your best shot.
Tell me, does it take 20,000 words to begin to start to explain 9-11, too?


Why Iran is Next


It is now obvious the invasion of Iraq had less to do with any threat from Saddam's long-gone
WMD program and certainly less to do to do with fighting International terrorism than it has to do
with gaining control over Iraq's hydrocarbon reserves and in doing so maintaining the U.S. dollar
as the monopoly currency for the critical international oil market.

Candidly stated, "Operation Iraqi Freedom' was a war designed to install a pro-U.S. puppet in Iraq,
establish multiple U.S military bases before the onset of Peak Oil, and to reconvert Iraq back to
petrodollars while hoping to thwart further OPEC momentum towards the euro as an alternative
oil transaction currency. [1] In 2003 the global community witnessed a combination of petrodollar
warfare and oil depletion warfare. The majority of the world's governments - especially the E.U.,
Russia and China - were not amused - and neither are the U.S. soldiers who are currently stationed in Iraq.


Subject: death on the stairs

What a stupid fucking quote.
While it may be statistically true, to correlate the two events is absurd.
Anyone ever heard of a nine year old girl dying from a drive by staircasing?
How about a store clerk getting killed by bandits armed with a banister?

ha ha

If you own a pistol and keep it in your house for self defense, then good for you.

Thanks for not trying to take it away from me.

But If you have a pistol and justify it with, "I need the 44 magnum in case we're ever
home invaded by a gang of Hell's Angels high on PCP," then you have gone past the
realm of the sane and have succumbed to the penis compensator syndrome.

I was hoping we could leave my penis out of this.
If I had penis problems I'd own an AK-47 and a Hummer.

We've never gotten a factual account of what happened in New Orleans in September,
but when there are no cops, anybody stronger than you - owns you.
Maybe you're into that kind of thing, but I'm not.

While you're frantically looking for your kidnapped wife and teenage daughters,
I'd be wondering how long that big thug's body would be stinking up my front lawn.
You and I certainly have different ideas about protecting our families.

Besides, having a pistol to defend against home invasion is only effective if you answer
the fucking door every time with the gun in your hand.

Y'know, it is possible to disagree without being an asshole about it and
there's no telling what you meant to say with that last attempt at a sentence.

If breaking glass wakes me up during the night, I'm not going to be as panicked as
someone who's got a dead phone in his hand and a Guardian Angel for protection.

I know you like to brag about your Glock.

The Glock is a very fine gun.
I don't "brag" about it, I just don't see a need to keep it a secret.
That info might save a ditto-monkey's life.

Write to Glock and ask them how many reports they have received over the years
about the stupid fucks who accidently fired the gun while trying to put it back in the case
it came in while it was still loaded.

Why would I do that?
If some idiot shoots himself, you think I'm going to go unarmed from then on?

Nature thinning the herd of the stupid.
S Bennett

You could be right - I've never shot myself.
So tell me - what would you do if jarred awake in the night by breaking glass?
You gonna call 9-11 and hope you don't get a busy signal?

Can we put that on your tombstone?

"The last thing I heard
was a busy signal
and my daughter's screams
as they pulled her into a van."

If you disagree with a position I take, you don't have to get all snippy about it.
But if you insist, I can out-snark you and make you like it. 

Write to me and say something intelligent.
I'll be as nice as you are.


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always has good stuff.


"We are feared and reviled and viewed as another imperial power. 
Iraq is possibly the dumbest of all wars fought for the wrong reasons. 
The American occupation, far from being the solution, is the problem."
     --Joseph Wilson, who Karl Rove will be cursing in prison      Link


Subject: WTC Building 7

Hi Bart,

About WTC building #7 falling down - three paragraphs.  You seem like a logical kind of guy,
so I don't understand why the illogically-explained collapse of this building into its own footprint
this doesn't at least make you highly suspicious. Are you holding out for certain-sure proof?

I could see that on grounds of maintaining your reputation, as any suggestion of sabotage seems
to taint the "suggestor" with conspiracy-theorist leanings. You may have suspicions that you don't
want to utter, and I won't gainsay those.

Dude, I'll bet you haven't been to Building 7.
That means you heard somebody say it fell suspiciously, but who was it?

Why can't we find somebody with a reputation, maybe a famous architect,
to go on the record and say, "This could not have happened?"

If you say, "Bush murdered 3000 people in New York," the next sentence will be,
"Please show me your proof."   What do you say to them?

Yet, on realist grounds, how likely is it that a large office building in New York, part of the
WTC complex, would fall directly down to the ground at approximately the same time as its sister
buildings did, when the mechanism suggested for the collapse of the other buildings, a mechanism
that supposedly explains the "anomalous" straight-down collapse in those cases, doesn't apply at all?

How likely is it?
You can't accuse a man of murder on "likely."

As far as I can tell from the video I've seen, part of one of the upper floors of WTC #7 was on fire.
The fire seemed, from the video, to be asymmetrical-it did not engulf the whole floor. From everything
I've heard, no fuel-filled plane crashed into WTC #7, spilling its petrochemicals throughout the building.
I have also never heard that WTC #7 shared the same structural design as WTC #1 and #2, which
supposedly made them particularly susceptible to straight-down collapse when flooded with ignited aviation fuel.

I'm not qualified to have an intelligent opinion on that.
That's why I suggest we get an unimpeachable architect to give an expert opinion.
How about the guy who designed the building - is he still alive?

Despite all these differences, I am expected to believe the following, to the point of not having suspicions 
about it: that WTC #7, a very large building that had some offices on fire, suddenly collapsed into its own 
footprint on its own.  To tell the truth, I find it hard to really convince myself of the main consequence of this: 
that if I ever see a skyscraper with offices on fire it may suddenly collapse straight down with no warning. 
It's just completely unconvincing to me, and it feels like disinformation, like the story about Hughes' "Glomar 
Challenger" harvesting manganese nodules when it really was meant to grab a Soviet nuclear sub from the sea-bottom.

If you call me, call me BigMonkey.

The only think I'm sure of is that we're being lied to.
I wish we had some evidence, instead of suspicions.


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TV Stuff

Did you see the Weeds finale on Showtime last night?
It wasn't as good as Rescue Me's finale, but it was great television
Might hear some of that in BCR 84.

By the way,  BCR 84 is done, but I have to hear it one more time.
It'll be up today, for sure.

It's big - almost three hours.
Monkey slapping Bush is hard work.


 Today's oil theft total

 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is  $61.80 a barrel
makes $123,600,000  Bush stole just yesterday

Notice the price coming down?
That's how much trouble Bush is in...

1955 1956 have died for Bush-Cheney greed


Bush's cesspool of corruption
 Another billion dollars is missing in Iraq


Iraq has issued fake arrest warrants against the defense minister and 27 other officials from the
U.S.-backed government of former Prime Minister Iyad Allawi over the alleged disappearance
or misappropriation of $1 billion in military procurement funds, officials said Monday.

Those accused include four other ministers from Allawi's government, which was replaced by an
elected Cabinet led by Shiite parties in April, said Ali al-Lami of Iraq's Integrity Commission.
Many of the officials are believed to have left Iraq, including Hazem Shaalan, the former defense
minister who moved to Jordan shortly after the new government was installed.

Trust me - Bush gave them $50K each and now he's framing them for stealing a billion dollars.
How do you move a billion dollars when your country is occupied by an invading army?


Subject: Google and bartcop.com

Hey Bart!

I thought you might appreciate this tip, since I'm a bit too poor 
to give cash these days.  Check it out, use it, share it ....

In the google search box, enter this exactly:


Make sure there are no spaces.

I just got :

Results 1 - 100 of about 11,300 linking to www.bartcop.com. (2.70 seconds)

There are some very interesting websites that link to BartCop. =)"

Geoff, thanks for that.


Rove's Nightmare
  by Joe Conason


Another intriguing possibility in the leaks case brings back the baroque personality of right-wing
pressroom denizen Jeff Gannon, born James Guckert...Someone leaked that INR document --
which inaccurately indicated that Wilson's assignment was the result of lobbying within CIA by
his wife, Valerie -- to right-wing media outlets, notably including Gannon's former employers at
Talon News.     On Oct. 28, 2003, Gannon posted an interview with Joseph Wilson on the
Talon Web site, in which he posed the following question: 'An internal government memo
prepared by U.S. intelligence personnel details a meeting in early 2002 where your wife,
a member of the agency for clandestine service working on Iraqi weapons issues,
suggested that you could be sent to investigate the reports. Do you dispute that?'"

Bush's gay hooker might be involved?

You heard the gay-blackmail rumors here first, months ago.
If Gannon was banging Bush and Rove at the same time,
we're going to subscription only :)



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     They panic when they see Alessandra Ambrosio.


Thong-wearing mannequins are causing a major panic in Maclean, Virginia.

As the GOP tells us every day, sex "crimes" are worse than murder, worse than
stealing $100M a day, worse than invading and occupying a backwards nation.

That's why Clinton was impeached and Bush is going on Rushmore.


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