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In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Conservative Ideology
Bush, Dishonest Bastard
Bush's GOP in Crisis 
Monkey Mail
Nurses kick Musclehead
Connecting Katrina Dots
WH reporters stir?
CIA hid tort report? 
Carrie Underwood


 Quote of the Day

"Next question." 
     --RNC Chair Ken Mehlman, (Gay) after being 
  asked, "Given the election results, do you think 
  Satan has taken over the country?"      Link

  ha ha
  Live by the Lord, die by the Lord


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"While it's perfectly legitimate to criticize my decisions or the conduct of the war,
  it is deeply irresponsible to rewrite the history of how that war began."
        --Dubya, on Luci the Bat's site     Link

Hey Smirk, if you're innocent, tell your Senate to stop blocking the damn report.

 "I think he's innocent..."


State Power & Conservative Ideology
   by Stephen Crockett as seen on  consortiumnews.com


It is increasingly apparent that there is an important ideological conflict going on in the modern
conservative movement between supporters of increased state power and supporters of limited government.

The conflict pits the Bush Republicans against traditional conservatives. While both groups give lip service
to the term limited government and use the same "conservative" label, they are very different creatures.

The Bush Republicans advocate a "neo-con" approach to state power that critics fear is a potential creeping
fascist ideology disguised as conservatism. Secret prisons, torture and unlimited detention in prisons without trial
are all examples of policies supported by the Bush Republican that outrage both traditional conservatives and civil libertarians.

Traditional conservatives rely on the rule of law instead of personal rule by a strong leader or leadership group.
The Bush Republicans seem to believe that anything the Bush Administration wants to do should be permitted
because they claim that they should be trusted not to abuse the power of their offices.

Traditional conservatives believe that the system of checks and balances should be strong enough to survive good
or bad White House or Congressional leaders. The Bush Republicans seem to view the checks and balances system
devised by our Founding Fathers as obstacles to imposing their views on our government and nation.

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White House reporters show signs of life


Some members of the White House press corps have discovered, gasp, that McClellan has been lying to them.
Following Libby's indictment, some reporters have been so unkind as to remind McClellan that on two separate
occasions he told them that neither Libby nor Rove had discussed Valerie Plame (the CIA agent) with reporters.

He knew this to be true, McClellan said, because both men had assured him that it was.
Both had lied, of course. And that's McClellan's fault?

McClellan works in a nest of serial liars who mistrust the news media and feel under no obligation to deal with them
or the public honestly. McClellan is their spokesman. He tells the media people what he's told to tell them.
What is he supposed to do, step up to the lectern and begin each question and answer session with something like this:

"Look people, you and I know what I'm about to tell you is pure BS, but it's my job. I'm only following orders,
which are to treat you like mushrooms; that is, keep you in the dark and feed you manure."

We've been seeing "signs of life" for almost a year.
It's time for the damn press top stop protecting the guilty and come to work.



"I watched Bush's speech. Basically he said that Democrats who acted patriotically when asked
to stand alongside their President -- who said we had an urgent "imminent" "mushroom cloud" threat
to the country -- and trusted what the Bush Administration told them, are to blame for the mess we're in.
I guess he's saying they should have known better. I think we all know better now."
    --Dave Johnson, "Bush Said Stand With Me, Now Blames Those Who Did",  Link

Never trust a greedy oil man.
They don't care how many innocent people have to die.


Subject: Bill Maher

Hey Bart,

Just saw Bill Maher here in Orlando.  Wow, what a show!
The place was PACKED and Bill got a number of standing ovations throughout his 1 1/2 hour show.
The thing I liked about this show is that it was just Bill up there, no props or anything, just a mic and
a note holder and plenty of Bush and pink tutu bashing. I'm a pretty serious Democrat of course,
but I too get freaked out by their lack of spine of such obvious things and let the BFEE slide
on so many issues when they have the ball in their court to kick some serious ass!

Good to see somebody like Bill out there to not just bash Bush (pretty easy target by any account)
but he didn't let the Dem weaknesses slide and I got to thinking... maybe that's what they need.
Someone to get their heads out of the, hmmm sand, and get motivated to take advantage of some
of these political windfalls that keep coming at them and stop all the nicey-nicey crap.

Anyway, enough of my rant... just thought I'd pass along a hearty two thumbs up for Bill's show
and if anyone ever gets the chance to see him live, it's a very entertaining and enlightening evening!



Random Thought...

It's November 14.
Yesterday, I cooked chicken on the outdoor grill, in bare feet, shorts and a t-shirt.

Dear God, the Bixby corn's been gone for 110 days - we no longer need this heat.
We haven't turned on the furnace this year, and I like furnace weather, Lord.

I remember, just a few years ago, when we had to wear jackets to the State Fair
and that takes place in September each year, but in 2005, it's been nothing but heat.

Please, O vengeful God, can we have some cool weather this year?
Am I asking too much, Lord?


Bush - Dishonest Bastard
 Most Americans Doubt His Honesty


Most Americams - 57 percent - said they think Bush is a dishonest bastard.
Just over four in 10 say Bush is honest. Whites, Southerners, evangelicals, racial bigots, 
the uneducated and the religiously-insane, were most likely to believe Bush is honest.

Bush, who promised "honor and integrity," has ordered his entire staff to attend ethics classes in an
attempt to fool the blind and the stupid into thinking he's clean, but his staff is full of treasonous traitors.

The president gets credit from a majority for being strong and decisive, but he's also known for
getting everything completely f-ing wrong, so his stubbornness is dragging the country down with him.


Chapter Six
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. Marty's, Jack's twin brother
and Delta Force veteran, visits Annapolis..

Click to Enter


"Have you heard about the new CBS hit 'Ghost Whisperer' with Jennifer Love Hewitt?
  She's a lovely young lady who apparently can talk to the dead, ...that's right.
  I understand earlier tonight, she was contacted by George Bush's second term..."
     -- Dave

Note to Dave, Jay, Jimmy, Conan, et al.
NOW is the time to make up for eight years of not-so-funny Clinton intern jokes.
Bush got caught killing 2060 soldiers and it's your duty to pile on and ridicule that little shit.

Jon Stewart, meanwhile, has been doing his job. That's why he wins the Emmy every year,
because he's working instead of wallowing in the ancient past with stale and lame-ass intern jokes.

If you guys tried, if you made an effort to be funny, instead of coasting on horseshit like the rich
millionares you are, maybe, someday, you could win an Emmy away from Jon Stewart.
I'm lying, Jon is miles ahead of any of them...


CIA hid torture report?


The CIA apparently tried to hide the death of an Iraqi "ghost detainee" who died while being tortured at Abu Ghraib, 
a US magazine reported, after obtaining hundreds of pages of documents, including an autopsy report, about the case. 

The death of the secret detainee was ruled a homicide in a Defense Department autopsy, Time Whore Magazine reported, 
adding that documents it recently obtained included photographs of his battered body, which had been kept on ice to keep it 
from decomposing, apparently to conceal the circumstances of his death.

Thsee details emerge as US officials continue to debate torture by US troops overseas, and efforts by Bush and Cheney
to obtain an exemption for the CIA from any future torture ban so they can continue to torture for fun and profit.



seen on the streets of Albuquerque


Nurses kick Musclehead's butt


Days after getting his ass kicked by the voters, Gov. Musclehead has laid another 
political battle to rest: he is no longer feuding with California nurses over staffing levels. 

Without his legal challenge, the state rule requiring one nurse for every five patients stands. 
Nurses called the decision "an enormous victory" because Musclehead "is going to stop going 
after registered nurses and patient ratios."

For the past year, Musclehead tried to block the rule in favor of a 1-to-6 ratio, a fracas that escalated
in December 2004 when he labeled the union a special interest and boasted, "I'm kicking their butts."

Since then, the union has attacked Schwarzenegger in TV commercials, on freeway billboards and at 
nearly every public event he held, including fundraisers in New York and Boston.
In a September interview, Muscleahead said his comment was a mistake.

Musclehead, you entry into politics was a mistake.
Your obit will read, "The former 'actor' served one term as governor before the people wised up."


Subject: pope of reality?

"Perkel" may be the many colored piper of reality but reality has no pope.
I think your Catholic brain blanching may be showing its wares.

Dude, you put Perkel in quotes, like he's not real or something,
You're not one of those people who thinks Perkel is my secret identity, are you?
...and yeah, my Catholic brain blanching bothers me to this day.

Hey Bart, the supposedly smaller government Repubs took a hell of a severe public ass beating recently.
I think this would be a good time for Democrats to start telling people what they believe (believing repubs
should go to heck, doesn't count.) Heck I tell ya! I am considering arguing with some liberals in your chat room.

Since you argue like a gentleman, I'm sure they'd welcome you there.
Lemme know when and I'll try to meet you there.

Does your room tolerate that kind of thing and also can I expect to find anyone there, or is it an ego thing?
I have been to many rooms and usually whoever runs them is on a cheesy power trip to make up for their
own short comings...and I mean short.

Carson, the Thelonious Monkey

ha ha

I have a dozen computers all programmed with AI.
They chat in the bartcop chat room 24/7, and until the end of time - and it's all about Bart's greatness!

ha ha

But seriously, I think if you tip-toe in, maybe lurk for a bit, you'd be OK.
But if you come on like Billy Ballbusters yeah, they'll chew you up like hungry hyenas.
Lemme know.



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Connecting Katrina Bus Dots


On the day of the storm, or perhaps the day after, FEMA turned down the state's suggestion
to use school buses because they are not air conditioned, Blanco said Friday in an interview.

Even after levees broke and residents were crowding the Louisiana Superdome, then-FEMA
Director Mike Brown was bent on using his own buses to evacuate New Orleans, Blanco said.

The pretense about "air-conditioning" screams that there is something else going on here.
One has to think that a hot bus ride would be preferable to what many of these victims had to endure.
One also has to wonder whether cronyism and patronage are not in play yet again.


Subject: does Mark Twain read  bartcop.com?

"Irreverence is the champion of liberty and its only sure defense."
    -- Mark Twain



Bush Leaves GOP in Crisis
  by Pat Bushanan       Go, Pat, Go!


With the rout of Schwarzenegger's initiatives, Democ victories in New Jersey and Virginia, and Bush's free fall
in national polls on job performance, credibility and character, the GOP is in imminent peril of losing the country.

Indeed, since 9/11, the party has indulged in a willful self-delusion that it has become America's Party.
The Bush triumph in 2004, talking heads brayed, settled the matter: Red State has triumphed over Blue State.
The future belongs to us.

This was always hyperbole. Where Richard Nixon and Ronald Reagan rolled up 49-state landslides in re-election runs,
Bush won 31 states, losing every state north of the Potomac and east of Ohio, two of the three great industrial states
of the Midwest, Michigan and Illinois, and he was skunked on the Pacific rim. Had Kerry hammered him on trade
and lost jobs in Ohio, Bush would be a one-term president.

If Kerry had tried at all, he would've won, ...but keep going, Pat.

Under Bush II, social spending has exploded to levels LBJ might envy, foreign aid has been doubled,
pork-at-every-meal has become the GOP diet of choice, surpluses have vanished, and the deficit is soaring
back toward 5% of GDP.

Bill Clinton is starting to look like Barry Goldwater.

ha ha
Go, Pat, Go!

In March, 2003, Bush, in perhaps the greatest strategic blunder in U.S. history, invaded an Arab nation that had not
attacked us, did not want war with us, and did not threaten us÷to strip it of weapons we now know it did not have.

Result: Shia and Kurds have been liberated from Saddam, but Iran has a new ally in southern Iraq, Osama has a
new base camp in the Sunni Triangle, the Arab and Islamic world have been radicalized against the United States,
and copy-cat killers of Al Qaida have been targeting our remaining allies in Europe and the Middle East: Spain, Britain,
Egypt and Jordan.

And, lest we forget, 2055 Americans are dead and Walter Reed is filling up.

The dominoes* are starting to fall.  Every day, each member of the GOP has to ask themselves,
"How much longer do I stick with this miserable failure? How could I have been so stupid?
  If I don't get away from him,  I'm f-ing retired.  Call the spinners! I need a strategy to get away!"

Memo to the DNC:
Not yet, but get ready to pounce.
Now is NOT the time to "play nice" and "give a fella a break."
Wait for it, be ready for it, and when it timing's right (I'll tell you when) you slam those bastards with everything.
We'll be all "Let's get along for the sake of the country" after we mash them and take back all three branches.

Don't screw this up.

And don't listen to Mary Beth Cahill or Bob Shrum - they'll advise you to surrender.
Send all the fighting-is-wrong, peacenik weinies to France or St Bart's until Hillary a Democrat is sworn in.

Then we'll be nice. And not until then, do you hear me?

The best lesson a boxer can learn if when your aopponents is "on the ropes,"
you don't stand there and appreciate your work - you beat him until the referee calls the fight.

Don't screw this up.



Marty's Entertainment Page

always has good stuff.


Random thought...

Watching CNN on Veteran's Day, Wolf the Whore was whining to Jack Cafferty about
"how awful it was" that "they" were dragging politics into such a solemn occasion.

Solemn occasion?
You damn right it was solemn, we have 2059 dead - and counting - because Bush lied.

So what did Bush do?

He called the Army Depot in Tobyhanna, PA and ordered the military to assemble soldiers, and if we believe 
the polls, 59 percent of them were there against their will, to be used as props while the bastard continued his 
string of lies that have killed so many brave and innocent men who thought they were dying for something.
He was trying to generate support for a failed war that he started for false reasons, and he had the gall to force 
those men to listen and applaud those lies.

It looked like a POW interview, where the men were forced to lie to the camera.


Subject: Titan and the BFEE  (last issue)

Hey Bart,

Love the site, this is my first time commenting though.
Of course Titan is an arm of the BFEE, and the trail is easy to follow.

Titan (website: http://www.titan.com/home.html) is a subsidiary
of L-3 communications (Website: http://www.l-3com.com).

If you notice the listing for the CEO of L-3 is one Frank Lanza, who also used to be on the board of directors
of Lockheed Martin (website: http://www.lockheedmartin.com/wms/findPage.do?dsp=fnec&ti=100).

Sitting on Lockheed's board is one E.C. "Pete" Aldridge, who, if you look on the Board of Directors bio page,
has served as an deputy assistant secretary of defense under Nixon, was Undersecretary then Secretary of the
Airforce under Reagan and has been asked by Der Monkey to "Chair the President's Commission on the
Implementation of the U.S. Space Exploration Vision" in January 2004.

This is just one connection,
I am sure there are many, many others.

Keep on swinging,

Dude, thanks for that,



Subject: donation

Bart, long time reader from back in those prehistoric pre-911 days.
Never gave a dime before.  Keep swinging the hammer.

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Strategists: Bush Comeback Will Be Tough


Republican strategists say Bush has time to snap out of a three-month run of bad luck and setbacks,
including GOP losses Tuesday in gubernatorial races in Virginia and New Jersey.  Still, a comeback
will be tough, and will get increasingly tougher the closer the 2006 midterm elections come.

Other presidents have recovered from ratings slumps like the one Bush is in right now: Eisenhower came back
after the Sherman Adams scandal; Reagan rebounded after Iran-Contra; Clinton triumphed after Monica.

Bush could shake up his White House staff, as Eisenhower and Reagan did in their troubled second terms.
Or he could follow Clinton's lead and engage in a flurry of domestic and foreign policy initiatives.
But the clock is running. And Bush may already have passed the point of no return, suggested Paul C. Light,
a professor of public policy at New York University.

"Unless Bush and his advisers do something dramatic to reposition the administration and stop the slide in
public approval, they're going to find they have very few friends who want to come to the White House,
let alone friends who want them to come to their districts," Light said. "And that's about the worst possible
position for a president to be in."

Things are different for Der Monkey.  The biggest.factor is that he's a monkey who can't learn.
He's stupid - damn stupid, and he's stubborn.  And since he's never worked a day in his life or been held 
responsible for any of his thousands of screwups and fuckups, he unfamiliar with having to "come back" 
because Daddy always bought his way out of trouble, so he's never had to learn those skills.

Reagan recovered by cleaning house - something Bush won't do because he's too scared and weak.
Clinton "triumphed" because he didn't commit any crimes and the people loved him.

It's bad for America, but we're going to see this idiot, this lame, fucked duck, twist in the wind for the next
33 months and we're not going to show the Giggling Murderer any mercy. I want to get mail saying,
"Bart, c'mon, he's had enough, time to stop pounding on the poor man," - but no - I'm not stopping.

I'm going to make an example out of this sniveling, greedy little coward.
Monkey, you'll regret the day you stole the White House.

"Oh, there goes my bad eye, again.
 It only twitches when I'm in real trouble.
 It's never twitched this bad before..."


Round Casa de Bart

Saturday morning, I got up early and I was about to turn a bottle of vodka upside down,
when Mrs. Bart said, "No! You're taking me antique shopping!"

Antique shopping - every husband's favorite, right?
But we'd been in Casa de Bart for 10 months without a kitchen table, so we had to
do some furniture shopping before we could have someone over for a decent meal.
So she dragged me to Haskell, Oklahoma to the Haskell Auction.

This place is crazy - they practically give furniture away here. They seem to have no idea what furniture is worth.
The salesman told us they ship 80 percent of their stuff to New York - yeah, I'll bet.
So now we have a kitchen table and she's all happy.

I found something exciting, too.
On a table, I saw these two extra-Catholic-looking cruets.

They were in pristine shape and they wanted, gasp - $4 each for 'em.
I offered them seven for the pair and they took it.

When we got home, I tested them and they work perfectly!
You can get the most precision pour ever using these guys.

When we do Tequila-Fest 2006,
I'll bring the cruets so we can stretch an ounce eight ways.

What city should we hold that in?


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     -- David Howell joking about kicking Eldrick's butt at golf in China   Link


Subject:  Why do soldiers accept Bush lies?

Because they have been brainwashed to believe the horseshit coming from rethugs from day one,

They are oblivious to the truth, and will not accept it when spoken.
They only know flag, country, patriot, 'murican.

I have an retired colonel uncle of this kind, completely with blinders on.

The good news that,except for the hardcore idiots as mentioned above, some of the others are 
seeing the light of truth, But then they wouldn't have been picked for the chimp's speeches.

I've never been in combat, but you'd think the best way to survive would be to accurately assess
your surroundings and make intelligent decisions based on the facts that are available to you.

If they can do that in combat, why can't they do that between firefights?
Why can't they assess their surroundings and make the intelligent decisions that
the real danger to them is the heartless and greedy oil monkey?.


Subject: Your random thought...

Bart, you wrote: 

> I'm wondering why none of these captive soldiers has the bravery to stand up during the speech and say, 
> "That's a damned lie! We're dying in Iraq to raise the value of Halliburton stock, you bastard!"

> What's the worst it could cost them?
> A weekend in the brig?

While wearing the uniform of the US Armed forces, we take an oath to uphold the Constitution of the United States:


Honor demands respect, even if those in position of authority have never earned it. 
When I was a soldier, it was yes sir, no sir, 3 bags full sir. Now that I am retired, Bush is "The flight suit in chief."

ha ha

Yes, Bush is a worthless incompetent, whose only claim to fame should be worst President ever (worst then Harding). 
But because of the power of the right wing noise machine and the gullibility of the masses, he is in charge for the next 4 years.

And something else as well. You can always tell if a group of soldiers are only respectful out of courtesy 
when they look like robots with no expressions. The troops in that assembly were Borgifiedú.  

Paul A Schonberger
US Army (Ret) 


Call the 

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 TV  Stuff

 On last night's Boondocks TV Cartoon, they did a show on R. Kelly and his legal troubles.
 Included was a cartoon depiction of Kelly peeing on a 14 year-old girl, who didn't object.

 Aaron, a word of advice - just because you can show something doesn't mean you have to.
 The sound of it would have gotten the job done - you didn't need to show it
 and you damn sure didn't need to show it more than once.

 We forgive you, but try to "aim" more at Bush and the fascists, would you?
 If you want to show Kelly peeing on Bush, we might be able to excuse that.

 Just some friendly advice from a friend...


Subject: more Hillary bashing


Personally, I think it is very bad for America to pass the presidency back
and forth between the Bushies and the Clintons. It's time for some new faces; 
not this back and forth between "American Royalty."


Dude, we tried that in 2004.
If the "new face" is Skull and Bones, what have we gained?


 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is  $57.53 a barrel
makes $115,060,000  Bush stole just yesterday

2060 2067 have died for Halliburton

Bush destroyed 8 more families since yesterday - for what?
So Exxon can make $75,000 profit per minute?

"...sacrifices have to be made
Heh heh..."

Bush brought in a gusher of blood.



"Bush is a liar. The Democrats did not have the same intelligence as the White House did. And that's
all any Democrat has to say. Don't try to explain it. Don't let the Republicans misdirect you into the
details or distract you in any way. Just keep hammering the same line over and over and over because
the public already knows it's true: The President is misleading the American people. "
     --Sean Paul, telling the truth   Link

"Think of the billions Halliburton made..."


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Subject: torture

It's just fun to wind you up a little, now and then. 
The heart of my comment is in the bit about contradiction.
And, of course, I just like to see my letters appear in Bartcop. 

Actually, the existence of you and people like you, in significant numbers, 
is the only reason I haven't nuked the USA yet with my WMDs.   
Jean L'dieu-qui-n'existe-pas
Well, gotta go feed my dinosaur now so he'll be fresh for the ride to church tomorrow.


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Unlike the Idol winners before her, Carrie Underwood wants success in pop and country.
Underwood already has scored with "Inside Your Heaven," this year's best-selling retail single.
The song sold 434,000 copies, and topped the Billboard Hot 100 in July with strong sales.
Now she will try to earn fans on country radio.


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