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1640 - The most Rev. Bartcop
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"How can Scottie the Underbear come out day
after day like a figure on a cuckoo clock
and make these chirpings, these announcements
that turn out not to be true and then
continue to do the job? Don't they just laugh
at him down there?"
--Chris Matthews, (R-another Russert) Bush's loudest cheerleader in 2000
and 2004, Link
Remember when President Codpiece landed on the aircraft carrier with
his balls highlighted?
Matthews couldn't shut up about what a "great moment" that was in American
He went on and on and on and on about twenty minutes after he'd made
He couldn't shut up - it was the most fun Matthews ever had on-camera.
I never saw so many gay Republicans as I did that day.
Even Mr. Testosterone, G. Gordon Liddy, got wood watching Der Monkey
strut his fake "stuff."
Amerikka, look at my crotch!"
Chris - guess what?
The lies didn't just start recently.
He's been lying his ass off since we met him, but assholes likes YOU
refused to mention it
so the public thought they'd try a cowboy president like Culli-fornia
tried an action Governor.
Chris, you're a whore, now get out of here.
Stay on their side - we don't want you.
of the 'Patriotic Journalist'
by Robert Parry at consortiumnews.com
To understand how the American press corps lost
its way -- and became an accessory to the Bush
administration's deceptive case for war in Iraq
-- one has to look back three decades to a different era
when reporters challenged the national security
elite. The counterattack against that challenge led directly
to the rise of the neoconservatives and the rise
of the "patriotic journalist," personified by the likes of the
New York Times Judith Miller. (Part Two of "When
Journalists Join the Cover-ups.")
Note: consortiumnews.com is the most important site on
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grunts can blow off a little steam
War Runs Through It
Beyond the Miller-Libby game: People died
Bush has yet to admit he told massive untruths
about WMDs in January 2003, just before U.S. forces
went into battle. He even included the bogus
Niger uranium story...How does all this dovetail with the
Plame investigation? Let us count the ways. All
the participants and the subject matter connect to the
false claims about WMDs...What I find fascinating
is that we're about to learn what happens when you
bamboozle the public with empty words and false
image—instead of trusting them with the truth.
So then it becomes a game wrapped in a hoax—and
the only goal is to get elected, not do what's
good for the country. And with a war, lots of
people die. There's got to be some penalty for "leaders"
who play that game—perhaps something more than
a permanent blot on their record."
Democratic Congressman Jack Stibik
with his mentor, Professor Gar Reynolds."
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"Besides telling us how to live, think, marry,
pray, vote, invest, educate our
children and, die, the GOP has done
a fine job of getting gov't out of our lives."
-- Parker Link
blames Brownie for Katrina
What's the strategery behind telling
FEMA's lack of planning, not the failures of
state and local officials, was to blame for much of
what went wrong with the government's response
to Katrina, Homeland Capo Michael Chertoff
told member of Congress today. The assessment
by the most senior administration official to
answer legislators' questions about Bush's New
Orleans debacle contrasted sharply with lies told
by Bush toady "Brownie." Brownie
had blamed the "dysfunction" of Louisiana for his failures.
"From my own experience, I don't endorse those
views," Chertoff said. He told lawmakers that
he found the governors and mayors of the region
to be responsive as the crisis unfolded."
How long is Russert going to remain silent about
his role in the Plame investigation? He apparently has
the okay from prosecutors to speak freely, but
remains mum. The latest dispatch from the AP detailing
how Karl Rove and Scooter Libby testified before
the grand jury only underscores the need for the
"Meet the Press" anchor to come forward as a
journalist and describe the conversation he had with Libby
back in July 2003, when senior members of the
White House seemed intent on maligning Joseph Wilson.
Libby's testimony stated that Rove had told him
about his contact with Novak and that Libby had told Rove
about information he had gotten about Wilson's
wife from Russert, according to a person familiar with the
information shown to Rove. 'Prosecutors, however,
have a different account from Russert. The network has
said Russert told authorities [he] did not know
about Wilson's wife's identity until it was published and
therefore could not have told Libby about it.
What's plainly left unsaid in the carefully worded
statement is whether Russert told Libby that Wilson's wife
worked at the CIA. The AP says that appears to
be what Libby told the grand jury; it was Russert.
Does NBC feel the need to clear any of this up?
Timmy is at NBC because he's Bush biggest cheerleader.
Tim, what's the biggest story of the day?
What did The Monkey know, and when?
DeLay frog-marched in Austin?
The endless quagmire in Iraq?
The panic racking the GOP?
Bush's male hooker being exposed?
Frist's "blind" luck with that stock?
What's today's top story, Timmy?
Timmy, are you going to prison with the rest of them?
Subject: Good news!
Dear Church of Reality Members,
I just got a call from the IRS and the CoR is
now a 501C3 tax exempt organization!
Now that we have it - got to figure out what to
do with it.
So far the books for the CoR would fit on the
back of a napkin but hopefully that is about to change.
I'll probably get the paperwork from the IRS
early next week.
Anyone who has made a donation since December
2003 is retroactively blessed as tax deductible.
And there is no longer a cloud as to if future
contributions will be deductible because they will.
He said "blessed."
Although IRS status is not a requirement to be
a "real" religion there is a psychological boost in that it creates
credibility in the minds of people. It shows
that we are serious enough to pay $500 and do a lot of paperwork
to at least appear to be legitimate. So - I think
this is a big boost in the task of spreading the word about reality.
Dude, you've created the only real Church in the
You reject superstitious hooey and depend on
science and logic to make decisions.
Hey - I want a piece of this Church!
(We don't have to rape little boys, do we?)
As always - if any of you have some feedback on
this let me know.
There's a lot about non-pofit orgs that I don't
"Even the IRS knows we're real!"
I know The Reality Pope.
The Reality Pope is my good friend, Marc
Subject: The Reverend Bartcop
In recognition to your lifelong commitment to
spreading the Sacred Message that reality is real,
I - as First One, Founder, and in behalf of the
High Council of Realists of the Church of Reality
and by the power invested in me through the Flying
Spaghetti Monster - I hereby make you a
Beacon of the Church of Reality and you are now
to be known as The Reverend Bartcop.
Finally, a Church we can trust.
"You have the economic anxiety that existed
in 1994. Republicans will
stay home, independents will cast a
protest vote and every Democrat will
come out. What reason do Republicans
have to wait in line an hour to vote?
Everyone's disappointed. I can't find
a happy Republican out there."
--Frank Luntz, Republican pollster
explains what "poor" is to Der Monkey
Before their Wednesday night concert, U2's Bono
told Bush about the world's poor.
Bush, who grew up rich and privileged and never
worked a day in his life - had no idea.
The rock star and the butcher had lunch in the
private dining room off the Oval Office, ordering from
the menu at the same mess hall where White House
staffers get their lunch. Bush, dressed in the classic
presidential uniform of suit and red tie, also
showed Bono, dressed in his trademark black jeans and
sunglasses, around the Oval Office.
Before they dined, Bono told Rolling Stone
magazine, "They (world leaders) should be afraid, because
they will be held accountable for what happened
on their watch. I'm representing the poorest and the most
vulnerable people. On a spiritual level, I have
that with me. I'm throwing a punch, and the fist belongs to
people who can't be in the room, whose rage,
whose anger, whose hurt I represent."
Over an hour and 40 minute meeting, Bono explained
debt relief, AIDS, malaria and world trade to Bush,
said presidential spokesman Scottie the Underbear.
Bono said he is "capable of having a row" if he
doesn't get what he wants. He said he once criticized
Bush for not getting the Millennium Challenge
money out quick enough and was rebuked for it.
"One senator threw a newspaper at me in a meeting.
'How dare you disrespect the president of the
United States!'" Bono told the magazine.
It was a mistake for Bush to meet with Bono because it gives Bono power.
I doubt he would, unless the
situation was extereme, but Bono could say, "Bush
looked me in the eye and promised X and Y for
the poor but then he broke his word and let
those people die, the rich, Republican bastard."
But once again, Bush is a star-struck little boy.
I wonder if Bush asked, "What's it like being
married to Cher?"
Discussed Reporter Info
Frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march...
Rove and Libby discussed their contacts with
reporters about Plame in the days before her identity
was published, the first known intersection between
two central figures in the criminal leak investigation.
Raw Story reports that a second close Cheney
aide, David Wurmser, has agreed to provide evidence
to the prosecution in the Plame investigation.
I've written a lot on Wurmser in the past few months,
and have long thought he was a key person in
the investigation. I think his evidence could be particularly
important if it's true that Fitzgerald is also
examining the intelligence and motivations involved in selling the war.
are my posts on Wurmser
Subject: can't get away
I was offended by the (gun)
segment concerning the Kerry
sign vs the Bush sign in the yard.
to see a video preview.
"Cindy Sheehan says Hillary sounds just like
me on the war on Iraq."
--the vulgar Pigboy
I wish Cindy had smarter people advising
her on who to attack.
Going after Hillary is ......................................
contrary to Sheehan's best interests..
Cindy, you can't alienate both sides.
Subject: Rev. Bartcop
Congratulations on your ordainment, Bart, I mean
No doubt, you're the kinda guy who'll put the
fun back in fundie.
So, does this mean Communion wine will be ditched
in favor of Chinaco shots?
Jill, yes, with Bixby corn wafers (pending approval of The
Live near San Marino, CA?
Briggs gives good Poe!
Bart, Boondocks will be on TV.
Nickelodeon has been running ads.
The one ad I saw the youngest grabs hold of a
microphone at a party and says
"Excuse me, your attention.. There were no
weapons of mass destruction..... "
and goes on with several other Bush bashing comments.
I think this is fantastic. I hope it is good
It starts in November.
Tim, I'm ready for that.
Wanna see my arrest
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Subject: praising God
I am so with you on this one.
I grew up in a country where I paid church tax
and attended theological instruction in public school.
There was however no praying at government functions
or in school. I am all for freedom of religion
but there must also be freedom from religion.
Whoever wants to pray can pray whenever, whereever.
I don't care. But there is little enough time
in school to teach kids how to read and write and pass
Bush's "no child left behind" tests. I'm sure
there is plenty of silent prayers before every test.
No need to make it public.
Who said a public prayer lead by a teacher or
coach gets heard by God before a private prayer?
Is it louder if done in a group?
Your German friend from TN.
God is old, maybe he's deaf...?
crazy on New York
Democrats into rape and murder, says Pirro
Ms. Pirro made the comments at a Republican Party
reception in Elmira, N.Y., on Tuesday, as she
criticized the Democrat-led State Assembly for
refusing to adopt legislation that would allow the state
to confine violent sex offenders in mental hospitals
after they served criminal sentences.
"That's a difference between Democrats and Republicans
- we don't want them next door
molesting children and murdering women," Ms.
Pirro, the Westchester County prosecutor, said."
Woman have you lost your mind?
You can't get elected in New York with just Republican votes.
You just called the people who's vote you need, "rapists
Last I heard, you were behind by about 40 points.
Are you trying to make it 50?
Wait - it gets worse.
"I got to tell you, was it my best day? Absolutely
Am I better than that? Absolutely not."
-- Jeanine Pirro, former senate hopeful,
She has Der Monkey's disease - she can't think!
- senate - Washington
Some TV is bad for kids
Four Fox network programs, led by the comedies
"The War at Home," "The Family Guy"
and "American Dad," topped a parents group's
listing of the worst shows for family viewing.
Parents Television Council president and famous
handjob Brent Bozell said he was alarmed
that the three Fox Sunday night comedies are
being marketed as family friendly.
"Families should not be deceived," he said. "The
top three worst shows all contain crude
and raunchy dialogue with sex-themed jokes and
foul language. Even worse is the fact that
Hollywood is peddling its filth
to families with cartoons."
Hey Brent the Liar, why are you blaming "Hollywood"
for FOX's raunch?
doesn't produce any TV shows, it's just the city where the studios are.
Just like Michael Medved, Bill Bennett, the vulgar
Pigboy and Laura the Unloved, you can't bring
yourself to speak the plain truth that
the smut peddler is Mr. Republican - Rupert
When it's your friend producing what you call
"poison," you retreat to blaming "Hollywood"
That makes you a liar and a whore, Brent.
FOX had six
shows in Bozell's 'worst
ten' and still
FOX gets a pass from you?
Why can't you be honest, Brent?
Your blatant word switching proves you don't
care about those kids.
If you did, you'd tell the truth.
Telling the truth is easy, Brent - ever try it?
You're in this to steal money from the religiously
Brent Bozell, you're a liar and a whore and if
you can't stand the truth, f-ing sue me.
I'd enjoy abusing you in a court of law.
WTF do you mean by that?
Are you jumping on the GOP gay baiting agenda?
I'm sadly confused.
CNC, no, you are confused while laughing puzzled-ly...
just created a word: puzzled-ly.
It means whatever *I* say
it means, because I invented it.
I means Bush couldn't handle
the kid puzzles in Parade Magazine.
A while back, maybe a year ago, who knows, I declared that I was no
longer bound by any rules,
that I could say anything about anything
and it was OK. Far as I know, I'm the first left-leaning,
Internets Tequila Treehouse Webmaster to have such a radical opinion
about freedom of speech.
In our early years, ...I had the freedom to say anything ...and
Some of that early stuff is real strong, (sorry
- please don't read the back issues)
but I don't believe in running from my record.
As the decades rolled by, more people started reading the page and pretty
soon if I said there was
some FDNY widow who got married last week, the widow would write and
say, "Thanks for that."
When Buddy Hackett died, I said, "He was a giant," and his family
wrote and said, "Thanks for that."
When I mistakenly reported that Bradley Whitford (not the Aerosmith
guy) was all gushing over Bush,
he wrote and said, "Did not!"
Turns out it was Rob Lowe who was Bush gushing.
After we hit a few dozen readers a day, I discovered that
whatever I said pissed off somebody.
I couldn't say "Good f-ing Morning" without offending somebody,
so I rejected the stress and decided
to say whatever was on my mind. I cast off all the rhetorical
chains and now I say whatever the fuck I want.
That doesn't mean I don't use restraint.
The fact that I have one reader left proves I use restraint.
But hey, if we were both free to say whatever was on our
minds, Amerikkka would be richer for it.
Since I have no editor saying "You can't say
that" it means I'm free to say
"George fucking Bush
is stealing $130M a day from Iraq" and
nobody says "Rewrite that or you're fired."
The politically incorrect language is your guarantee that nobody
has me on a leash.
Besides, you'll love the GOP homo story in today's page!
How did that many gays gain that much power
under (so to speak) George W Bush?
They were in DC last night - anybody go?
Next is PittsburgH,
Detroit, Houston and then Dallas and then
they're closing out this leg of their American tour in Los Angeles.
your U2 concert reports
Concert review Washington DC by cyde
Concert review - Boston (scroll down)
jam in Philly
It was nice of them to help Bruce
to shaky home video footage of Bruce learning from the master
Rude Rich - both hands above the waist while watching Bruuuuuuuuuce.
I saw them in Chicago on May 10th. They were unbelievable
Bono pulled a little boy onstage and asked him
is name and then he said,
"My name is Paul, but I call myself Bono."
Since it was Bono's birthday, he played "Vertigo"
twice and "Party Girl" and "Get Back"
for his daughter, Jordan--it was her birthday,
Like my four-year old son used to say, "I love
MW, U2's new DVD (out next month) is of one of those Chicago shows.
Maybe we'll get to see what you described - thanks for the pics.
your U2 concert reports
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I saw this in a magazine.
I was thinking how good I'd look driving one of these.
...maybe there's some rich-ass Democrat out there who's just got back
a big winner from Vegas...
and juuuuuuuuuuust might be in the mood to PayPal me
however many thousands of dollars this
really cool-looking, bad-boy Black Cherry Pearl Lexus costs.
Hell, it could top $20K
I have to drive to Arkansas friday.
(Hope to get another page up before I go)
Sure wish I was driving this car instead of my "Please
connect me to the towing department," car.
Here for the PayPal link and remember to tell them it's "Black
Mrs. Bart will love that color.
Subject: give her the hook
Do you believe those STUPID mash notes Harriet
Miers wrote to GWB?
Does the woman have no professional pride?
Say those kinds of things in person if you
want, but to put it in WRITING?
If she had only expressed those thoughts verbally
that would be bad enough,
but to put that stuff in writing shows that she
lacks even the bare minimum of
judgment and discretion required of a judge.
Give her the hook!
Ann in Philly
Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
times today's oil price which is
$61.51 a barrel
Bush stole just yesterday
1987 have died for Halliburton
They got THREE MORE Monday.
They got SIX MORE Tuesday.
They got FIVE MORE yesterday.
Subject: Christian credentials
for the Supreme Court
President Bush this week touted Supreme Court
nominee Harriet Miers as being an evangelical Christian
in order to send a signal to his base that the
"fix is in" and that he knows how she will vote on issues like
abortion and the Separation of Church and State.
But can this nominee serve two masters? Is she going to
put the Constitution ahead of her religious beliefs
as required by her oath of office? Or is she going to
substitute her religious beliefs for the law
as her fellow evangelicals expect?
As the founder of the Church of Reality I find
it disturbing that the president appears to be part of a plot
to undermine our basic freedoms and shift power
to a small cabal of Christians who feel that they own America.
We Realists have a big problem with the mixed
messages and the level of deception that is going on around this
nominee. America has turned it's back on reality
and it's time to question whether or not we should accept this
nomination based on our faith in President Bush.
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Have homos taken over our federal government/the Republican Party?
If the Chairman of the Republican National Committee is gay, Mehlman,
and the president's press secretary is gay, Scottie the Underbear
and the boss in the House is gay, David Dreier,
and Bush's favorite reporter is gay (Jeff the Top)
...could Bush be gay?
Why are Republicans putting up with this gay takeover?
Of course, one's sex life and sexual orientation is nobody's business,
but if they preach gay hatred all day in front of the cameras,
and if they sign legislation that prevents gays from getting equal
only to run behind the curtain and drop their pants for each other,
...shouldn't that hyprocisy be exposed?
"Just because there's an investigation does
not mean that a crime has been committed."
--Rush, apologizing for all the Clinton "scandals" he
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