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Ali - Months to Live? 
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"Prisoners can be treated inhumanely. This 
  means that America is the only country in 
  the world that asserts a legal right to engage 
  in cruel and inhumane treatment."  
    -- John McCain, on Bush's rape rooms   Link

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"At one point, Clinton walked in hazy sunshine down Gran Avenida, a busy 
commercial street lined with thousands of people, including schoolchildren in 
blue and white uniforms, many of them chanting "Clinton, Clinton." 
        --CNN,   4/16/98,   Link

Remember what is was like?
When we weren't universally hated around the world?


Worst U.S. War Criminals Escape Justice
   by Robert Parry as seen on  consortiumnews.com


The narrow indictment of Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff Lewis Libby for perjury and
obstructing justice has left some Americans wondering whether a broader case is still possible about
the Bush administration's lying the country into war in Iraq. There is also an argument that the United
States is violating the principles that it espoused at the Nuremburg Trials and in the United Nations Charter.

Note: consortiumnews.com  is the most important site on the internet


Defending Imperial Nudity

H"Hans Christian Andersen understood bad rulers. "The Emperor's New Suit" doesn't end with everyone 
acclaiming the little boy for telling the truth. It ends with the emperor and his officials refusing to admit their mistake. 
I've laid my hands on additional material, which Andersen failed to publish, describing what happened after the 
imperial procession was over. The talk-show host Bill O'Reilly yelled, "Shut up! Shut up! Shut up!" at the little boy. 
Calling the boy a nut, he threatened to go to the boy's house and "surprise" him. Fox News repeatedly played up 
possible finds of imperial clothing, then buried reports discrediting these stories. Months after the naked procession, 
a poll found that many of those getting most of their news from Fox believed that the emperor had in fact been clothed."


Subject: Massive Cajones Outbreak in the Senate!!!

Oh. My. God. Bart!!!  There's a new tide coming.
Harry Reid just invoked Rule 21, and shut down the Senate chamber,
DEMANDING to know why the second phase of the Senate Intelligence
Comittee's investigation into faulty intel before the war has been kicked
down the road, with nothing getting done,  for over 1 year.

They must have just started reading bartcop.com...
Holy CRAP!!! You can grow balls on an old dog!!!
Way to hammer.


I, too, am totally shocked. I've gotten so many e-mails saying,
"Bart, you don't understand. The Dems are powerless - they can't fight back."

Harry Reid figured out a way.
A shot of Chinaco for Harry Reid.


Chapter Four:
An elite Republican cabal conspires to fix the 2008 presidential election,
but its plans to embezzle money from the RNC are uncovered and lead to murder
Democratic congressman Jack Stibik and his mentor, Professor Gar Reynolds, reunite.

Tomorrow: Chapter Five

Click to Enter


"I've waited my whole life for a Republican president, Republican House and Republican Senate. 
Somehow I expected something more. There's a general uncomfortable feeling in the public, too. 
So many things are so unsustainable at the federal level  totally fucked. "  
     --Republican state Rep. Jim Knoblach, (MN)   Link


Bush feels hand of God
 The whole world hates our invader

    Former shortpants star Diego Maradona's new shirt


America's faith in George Bush and his war has plummeted in the wake of Traitor-gate.
As the president encountered violent protests in Argentina yesterday, a new poll showed
that public confidence was eroding rapidly back home.

Nearly six in 10 Americans, 58%, said they had doubts about the president's honesty.
Only 32% say Bush was handling ethical issues well, a significantly worse score than Bill Clinton
achieved in his last scandal-besmirched year in office. His overall popularity has plunged to 39%.


Subject: an idea

Those on the good side ought to promote a Privacy Amendment.  This would put to rest all of 
the bickering about Roe v. Wade.  It would guarantee a right to do things like abortions, and 
contraceptives and those common sense medical procedures that most Americans favor but 
which are part of a legal gray area right now.  

We need to take the Roe v. Wade case off the table with the voice of the majority.   It could also 
provide the States with the authority to make laws about medicinal marijuana or the legalization of 
any substance.  Taking that away from the feds ought to make those "state's rights" conservatives happy.   

Anyway, I would appreciate it if you gave the idea some thought.  
Maybe a provocative little comment might help start a ball rolling. 

Thanks, and keep swinging that hammer.
Scott in Norman

Scott, I'm not sure people want it that bad.
Tens of millions of women voted to have Bush restict their personal rights last November.
Millions more voted for higher taxes for themselves so the super-rich could pay a lot less.
People voted for a longer war and a continuation of Bush's recession. They voted for fewer 
restrictions for corporate polluters and stricter bankruptcy rules that would help the billionaire
bank bastards ride roughshod over broken families trying to somehow get back on their feet.

Of course, the biggest problem was the Democrats' impossible-to-believe stupidity in failing 
to make their case. You know your party's in trouble when a tequila-addled moron from Oklahoma 
looks like Einstein compared to the cowardly, incompetent fools who ran Kerry's "Kick me" campaign
which is why a Clinton-Clark ticket is a dream come true.



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Monkey Sidesteps Questions About CIA Leak


President Bush sidestepped questions Friday about whether he owes an apology for the role
of his staff's treason in the CIA leak case. He also refused to comment on calls for a staff shakeup.

"We're going through a very serious investigation. I have told you before that I'm not going to discuss
the investigation until it's completed. My obligation is to set an agenda and I have done that," he said
as he ate a banana in front of reporters.

He also declined to say whether Karl Rove should remain in his job. Rove remains under investigation.


GOP votes for torture
 While Bush denies it's going on


The GOP delayed a vote on a proposed ban against cruel and degrading treatment of prisoners in American custody,
which, in effect, meansthey are admitting they use torture while Bush denies it, sparing Cheney an embarrassing defeat.

House Democrats had planned to offer a motion this week to endorse language in a military spending bill, written
by once-tortured John McCain, that would prohibit abusive treatment of terror suspects. The motion would instruct
House negotiators to adopt McCain's precise language, which the Senate approved last month, 90 to 9. Bush has
threatened to veto any bill containing the provision, saying it would restrict the president's ability to fight terrorism.

They keep saying McCain and Giuliani and the GOP's top prospects for 2008. But with this vote, the House is
telling McCain to take a f-ing hike, and Giuliani is a well known "baby killer," so what does this tell us about GOP unity?


Subject: Why Dems voted for the war in the first place

It was a win/win proposition for them.
If the war proved to be popular, they would be seen as on the right side.
If the war proved to be unpopular, they could say they were deceived by Bush and flawed intelligence.
This excuse was consciously provided to the Dems by the white house who wanted to have their war,
and provide cover for congress to vote for it.

I disagree, but I can't rule out that you could be right.
Voting for peace - when you're under attack - CAN be seen as weakness.

We can debate the words in that last sentence for a week, or a year, but we common-sense
Democrats have to get past the idea that voting to defend America is a bad thing.

Yes, I agree, they were able to have it both ways.
I think Hillary, at some point, will say, "I was against this war all along, but my president
looked me in the eye and said, "This threat is immenent, we can't wait another minute."
so in a bi-partisan leap-of-faith, I trusted my political adversary and he f-ing lied to me."

If *I* was in charge of Hillary's campaign (Hey, don't laugh - could Ol' Bart lose to Bush?)
I would advise her to say those words - but history fulcrums on WHEN she says those words.
I think it's a mistake for rank-and-file Democrats to insist she declare her hand right now.

You know I'm a Dean fan.
Dean peaked too early - how can people forget that?

I know what you're thinking:
Every day Hillary remains silent costs us the lives of more soldiers.

But, ... if she joins the battle at the wrong time, and loses 2008 to another four years of wild-ass,
BFEE, rape-everybody, country-invading fascist bastardism, won't we lose countless more lives?

The problem for the Dems now is that so many still defend their vote in favor of the war - even though
we all know the reasons for the war have all been disproven.  By 2008 the war will have become so
unpopular that it will be difficult for any Dem who supports it to get the party's presidential nomination.

I agree.
Hillary will come out long before that happens.
She could come out next week.
I trust her advisors are smarter than Ol' Bart, and.that's not something you'll see me admit very often.
Hell, she's married to what's his name, the smartest politician of all times. His name is Bill something...

It is time for the potential Dem presidential candidates who voted for the war to use the excuse the
white house provided them, say that they were fooled by the faulty intelligence (or by the white house lies,
if they have the guts to tell the truth) and admit that invading Iraq was a very bad idea.

Joe Run.

Joe, you are exactly right, but timing will tell them when to come out.
What if Harry Reid gets the senate to release their Bush-Hardon-For-Oil report, say, next week.
And that report proves, beyond all doubt, that they lied so they could suck an oil country dry.

Wouldn't that be a better time to accuse the bastards than, ...say, ...today?


If FOX News had been around thru history...


"I think Bush is making a terrible mistake in opposing McCain's amendment 
  on detainees and torture. Why in the world they're doing that, I don't know."  
     --Sen. Chuck Hagel, (R-Diebold), on "This Whore" with Judas Maximus,   Link


Subject: Kerry finally wakes up

Hi Bart,

Friday on Democracy Now there was an interview/debate with Mark Crispin Miller 
who dropped the bombshell that he had attended a party with John Kerry last week.
Kerry told Miller that he now believes the election was stolen!
Miller talked about what else Kerry said as well.

If you have not gone to the Democracy Now website and read the transcript, please do so! 

This is big news!

Too bad Kerry or some staffers weren't reading  bartcop.com  last year.
We'd have a lot fewer dead soldiers and millions fewer stolen billions of dollars.



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 The Whole World hates Bush

           Argentina likes Bush as much as we do


Thousands of demonstrators flooded the streets of this seaside resort Friday chanting "Get out Bush" as the
Giggling Murderer sought to promote free trade at a divided Summit of the Americas. Protests turned violent
with about 1,000 people shattering shopfronts with clubs and pelting riot police with stones.

       "I am here to rape your country!"

Nobody on the planet is more hated than Bush.
Osama would win a heads-up popularity contest in all but a few countries.

...and the Democrats can't find an issue to use against him?



"It is very moving to see the Iraqis. At first they were pretty hostile, but they are
really coming around. And now you see them volunteering for their army, even though 
they get hit very hard, much harder than we do. But the terrorists are still too strong 
for them to handle themselves, so we have to stay and help them."  
    --Army Sgt. Stephen Yeager, lying to himself so much he could work for Bush   Link


 Subject: West Wing

Ya know what I think?
Toby fell on his sword-he knew CJ was responsible and that she talked to Leo,
and it would destroy Santos' campaign.

Watch, I becha I'm right!
al p

Dude, the only way you can be right is if West Wing's director has turned whore.
Toby confessed to CJ - in private.

Had there been a third perseon in the room, you could be right, but when CJ acted shocked and told Toby,
"Don't say another word," ...if she knew Toby was lying, it would mean they were acting out a scene for
themselves with no witnesses, that would make the scene a lie and it would make the director a whore.

...just my opinion.


Lies about Iraq


But lurking beneath the outing-the-agent story lies the much bigger story easily a match for Watergate 
of how a small cabal in the vice-president's office falsified the case for a war that has already killed tens 
of thousands. Whether that bigger story, and the role played by Cheney, emerges depends partly on the 
media and the Democrats, which is not encouraging. In a TV interview, top Democrat lawyer David Boies 
told Lou Dobbs that he'd like to see a deal worked out because if the Libby case goes to trial "a lot comes out" 
and "it damages America." Responded Dobbs: "I'm like you. I would like to see this resolved so that it is less 
injurious to the nation." Richard Nixon would have dreamed of such an opposition.


Subject: Poker

Bart, you wrote:

> "I wish our Democrats would take poker lessons"

To which I respond:
What's the difference how well they play the game when the 'Pugs hold all the chips?
Scott in Canada

Scott, I have a poker story for you.
Years ago, before poker blew up, a fella was playing in a big tournament in Vegas.
(True story, but I don't know the guy's name)

He went to make a big bet, pushed all his chips in, but didn't use the words "all in."
He lost that pot, and as he was getting up, he noticed he had one chip left.
He sat back down, but that chip and won, bet those chips and won, bet those 
chips and won and he kept winning and eventually won the tournament.

That's why they say, "All you need is a chip and a chair," to win.

They have plenty of chips - Harry Reid proved that last week.
They just have a courage deficit.


Subject: random thought...

Bart, you wrote:

> "That puts Cheney under oath and he'll be forced to admit he's been lying"...

You're assuming he'd tell the truth under oath.

Maybe I shouldn't say this, but I get wood when I think about Cheney lying under oath.

Of course, he'll be "too sick" to go to prison, but I want the families of the dead and wounded
soldiers to hear why they died and why they lost arms and legs - for Cheney's oil snatch.


 I wish I had the time to play with this



Polar Ice continues to melt
 ...but BIG OIL says there is no 'global warming'

    The world's biggest iceberg, 100-miles wide is shown here.


A new study of glaciers in a portion of the Antarctic finds 84 percent of them have retreated
over the past 50 years in response to a warmer climate.  The climate in the region has warmed
by more than 4 degrees in the last 50 years, the scientists said.

"The widespread retreat of the glaciers on the Antarctic Peninsula over the last 50 years was largely caused
by climate change," said David Vaughan of the British Antarctic Survey in Cambridge. "Are humans responsible?
We can't say for sure, but we are one step closer to answering this important question."

The findings mirror similar changes seen in other parts of the Antarctic and in the Arctic, too.

Bush Orders Staff to Review Ethics Rules
 He pretends the Plame leak wasn't ordered


President Monkey, after getting caught, has ordered a handjob refresher on ethics rules.

In a memo sent to all White House aides on Friday, the counsel's office said it will hold briefings on ethics,
with a particular focus on the rules governing the handling of classified information. Attendance is mandatory
for anyone holding any level of security clearance.

"There will be no exceptions," the memo declared with a loud harrumpff.

Oh, he wants to be clean and honest sooooooo much.
Hey Asshole, if you wanted honesty, why didn't you ask Rove two years ago if he did it?


Subject: you don't need to thank me

I read Rays comments (last issue) and I agree with everything he said.
As far as I concerned you need not thank me each week either .
Your site is well worth the little I pay for it .

Mike in Mesa AZ.



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"Never has Bush's approval been lower. Zogby puts it at 39 percent; CBS pegs it at 35. 
Bush is falling fast among groups that once solidly supported him. Viewing him favorably 
are only 48 percent of gun owners, 44 percent of NASCAR fans, 46 percent of regular 
churchgoers and 41 percent of military households. Bush can't look to Cheney for advice. 
He's at 19 percent.  If it's Rove's advice that has led Bush to depths not seen since Richard 
Nixon was president, it's time to fire him."  
     --The Tampa Tribune,   Link


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Subject: Pot

For more than 30 years the war on drugs has been fought by almost every law enforcement agency
on the face of the planet and we can't even keep the drugs out of maximum security prisons.
Surrounded by razor wire, patrolled by armed guards, total control of the movements of the inmates,
no fourth amendment and still we can't keep the drugs out.

We can no longer afford the folly of this failed drug war.


Dude, I am so with you on that.

Denver OKs marijuana


Denver became the first city in the United States to wipe out all criminal and civil penalties for adults
caught possessing a small amount of marijuana.  About 54 percent of voters supported a ballot measure
Tuesday legalizing possession of less than an ounce of marijuana by people 21 and over.

The ordinance is more radical than pro-marijuana measures approved over the years in San Francisco;
Berkeley and Oakland, and half a dozen college towns across the country. Most of those initiatives
decriminalized marijuana for medical use, or replaced criminal penalties with small fines or directed
police to make enforcement of marijuana laws a low priority.

Denver, by contrast, erased adult possession as an offense.

How old am I?
I lived to see the beginnings of common sense pot laws and the Democrats fighting back?

Once Southwest Airlines starts flying to Denver, ...Rocky Mountain Pokerfest 2006?


Subject: they played your song


U2 played "Until the End of the World" in Vegas last night.
You shoulda been there.

There are still shows left.
Perhaps you should take Mrs. Bartcop out for a treat?


Damn, they must have played that for me.
When I asked them to play it, I didn't mention which night we'd be there...


Got MLK?


"It's just great that Karl is causing a lot of the damage to Bush now. 
How ironic. He built Bush and now he's destroying him.  Sweet..."
     --Joe in DC,     Link


Muhammad Ali only has Months to Live


Muhammad Ali may have just months to live, it has emerged yesterday. They say Ali, who has battled
Parkinson's disease for 20 years, can no longer talk and is shutting himself away from those closest to him.

That'll be a tough obit to write.


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West Wing adopts bartcop.com debate rules

Did you see that last night?

In a story written by Larry O'Donnell, Vinick, the Republican was whining about,
"First we get two minutes, then the other guys gets 1 minute, then the first guy gets
30 seconds - who can make a point in 30 seconds...  That's not a debate."

Then the moderator reminds them they are forbidden to ask each other questions, 
These are the debate rules that idiot Vernon Jordan agreed to, on Kerry's orders.
These are the debate rules that allowed Bush to muzzle Kerry in the debates.

If Kerry had any brains at all he would've listened to my suggestion that they debate
like two men instead of two pink tutus at Mrs. Miniver's Debate Class for Puppets.
Think how different 2004 would have been if Kerry hadn't agreed to the gag and handcuffs 
and had he been allowed to ask Bush what that giant box was hiding under his coat.

Hillary, don't make the same mistake that Gore and Kerry made. (She's not that stupid.)
If they balk at a real debate, shame them into it.  I can help with that.
If you need to ambush the candidate at the first debate, then do it, but don't give 
the team with 500 fatal blunders a blank check when it's time to explain themselves.

More TV Stuff:
Boondocks on TV was funny and profane as hell.
Look for snippets in BCR 85.


Exactly where is Chuckie's right hand?

Subject:  Anti-Torture Law Tests McCain's Integrity

John McCain's anti-torture bill is a test of his personal integrity and leadership. McCain, who was
tortured himself when he spend 5 years as a prisoner of war on Vietnam, sponsored this bill to try
to stop Bush from torturing people the way the Communists and Nazis do. This law will make it clear
that it really is illegal to torture people. Vice President Cheney however is fighting McCain's bill trying
to provide a loophole to allow the torture to continue.

John McCain has been a very week advocate for his causes. He talks a good story but in the end,
he usually caves in to what Bush wants. I think that McCain takes positions for show so that he can
appear to have issues and creates the illusion that he stands for things. I think it's all and act and that
McCain will cave into Bush even though he was personally tortured that way Bush is torturing others.

If McCain can't get an anti-torture bill passed it's because
he doesn't really want to do what it takes to make it happen.

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Subject: BCR 84

Hey Bart

Your shows get better every time! I got a new CD player in my Jeep,
partly to listen to BCR while doing daily shlepping.

I consider you an extension of Air America, (which I am addicted to) and every bit
as informative, entertaining, and hard hitting!   I wish you would be on instead of Ed Schultz.

Here's an idea: How about doing one minute bits and syndicating?
I bet you could get a sponsor. 
The climate in radio is left-ward, maybe our time is come.

Anyway, thanks for all you do Bart, you don't know how many people you speak for.
And we need that.

Love you Bart!
Rick I

Rick, we discussed that one-minute thing at our "Bartcop Summit" in Nevada over the weekend.
Plans are moving on that - stay tuned. 


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Subject: Live West Wing

How many of you got lost in the moment and forgot it was just a tv show?
Damn it was good.

As of this morning, the NBC.com website has Santos winning the debate 70 - 30.
I was chomping at the bit with the anticipation of going to the polls and voting for Matt Santos.
Then reality set in.

The illusion was shattered when at the very end of the East Coast broadcast, just as the screen 
was fading to black, Forrest Sawyer sounding as if he needed someone to pretend to talk to; 
said to a production crew member holding a notebook, "Tell me something, anything at all."

Someone forgot to kill his mic.
Ain't nothing like live TV.
S Ben.


 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is  $60.58 a barrel
makes $121,600,000  Bush stole just yesterday

Bush is in so much trouble,
a barrel of oil is now under $60.

Looks like BIG OIL doesn't expect him
to be president much longer.

2027 2049 have died for Halliburton

That's TWENTY-TWO MORE since Thursday - for what?
So Halliburton could charge Iraq $100,000 to paint a school?

UN: Halliburton caught stealing $208.5M


For more than a year, Bush concealed Halliburton's overcharges from 
international auditors responsible for monitoring the use of Iraqi funds.
Bush allowed Halliburton to gouge US taxpayers and the Iraqi people.

Iraqis have been complaining for months about $5,000 projects
such as painting schools, that Halliburton bills at $100,000.

"Why do you think we started this war?
Heh heh..."

Bush brought in a gusher of blood.


U2 in Houston
 Review in the Houston Chronicle


Only in America will people shell out $150 or more to be lectured about poverty, so it helps when that lecture comes
sandwiched between the immortal strains of "Pride (In the Name of Love)" and "Where the Streets Have No Name."
Both more political and more personal than ever, U2 again upped the ante for arena-rock theatre last Friday night.

Once upon a time, journalists were told to comfort the afflicted and afflict the comfortable, but U2 actually do it.
And if that means reading the Universal Declaration of Human Rights on the video screen and text-messaging your
name to Bono's One Campaign, no one complained Friday night. They were too hoarse from screaming themselves silly.


Subject: getting rid of Bush

Bart, you wrote,

> "Would somebody give Bush a blow job so we can impeach him?" 

Ha! ha! - hasn't the press been filling that job description since Junior done got his self  E-lected?
Scott in Canada


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Kate Hudson - too thin? 


Kate Hudson instructed her lawyers to begin action on Monday against several rags
for printing pictures which she said falsely implied she had an eating disorder. 

She claims the pictures "suggested that she had an eating disorder that was so serious 
that she was wasting away, to the extreme concern of her mother and family," her lawyers said.


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