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1664 - Murder is a crime
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"The country is now in reach of going from
Saddam Hussein to self-government and self-protection.
That would be a remarkable transformation...I
saw real progress there. About two-thirds of the country
is in really pretty good shape. Overall, I
came back encouraged."
Lieberman, whoring for the Butcher of Baghdad
by Robert Parry at consortiumnews.com
Bob Woodward had three government sources telling
him before the Iraq invasion that the Bush administration
was hyping the intelligence about Iraq's supposed
weapons of mass destruction. But Woodward kept the information
to himself, presumably for fear of damaging his
reputation (if WMD were eventually found) and jeopardizing his
unparalleled access to George W. Bush's White
Note: consortiumnews.com is the most important site on the internet
...and Bob Woodward is a whore
GOP to Bush:
'Your Presidency is Effectively Over'
Frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march
A growing number of Republican leaders, party
strategists and political professional now privately tell Bush
that his presidency "is effectively over" unless
he fires embattled White House advisor Karl Rove, apologizes
to the American people for misleading the country
into war and revamps his administration from top to bottom.
Yeah, that's going to happen.
If he admits he lied, he's got about 40,000 military
families to apologize to.
"The only show of unity we have now in the Republican
Party is the belief that the President has failed the party,
the American people and the presidency," says
a longtime, and angry, GOP strategist.
With the public face of support for Bush eroding
daily from even diehard Republicans, the President faces
mounting anger from within his party over the
path that may well lead to loss of control of Congress in the
2006 midterm elections and the White House in
"This presidency is in trouble," says a senior
White House aide.
"Even worse, I don't know if there is a way out
of the trouble."
Will the democrats be able to find an issue in
2006 and 2008?
Probably not without my help, the crazy simpletons,
so ask for it!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Subject: you are crazy
Bart, you wrote:
> The demo Dream Ticket is Hillary/Clark.
The real Dream Ticket is Clark/Hillary.
Joe Sixpack will NOT vote for a woman for prez.
He might accept a female VP "as long as she don't
Keep swinging Bart.
He'll vote for Hillary because she's not afraid to fight hard and dirty.
Two to the head - that's no wimp.
"Current and former military and intelligence
officials have told me that Bush remains
convinced that it is his personal mission
to bring democracy to Iraq, and that he is
impervious to political pressure, even from
fellow Republicans. They also say that he
disparages any information that conflicts
with his view of how the war is proceeding."
--Seymour M. Hersh,
Subject: Big Day for Censorship
Dear Church of Reality Members,
York Times blocks CoR email
Wikipedia, a site I once said good things about, recently turned whore.
Maybe they got bought out, maybe a founder died, but they've gone all
News" on us.
Marc Perkel has created an extensive self-publicity
campaign (with his Church of Reality.)
How dare Perkel suggest that we use reality
for a foundation on which to make decisions.
How dare Perkel suggest we risk angering
the never-existed Invisible Cloud Being.
How dare Perkel suggest science and logic
could help us more than handjob superstitions.
How dare Perkel suggest we act on cold,
hard facts instead of psychotic fear tactics.
And Perkel's "extensive self-publicity campaign?"
Couldn't the same be said of Luther, Lennon and Parks?
I'm so old, I remember when science, reality and logic had respect.
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Murder Monkey tries to read failed script
Der Monkey said Monday he wants to crack down
on those who enter the country illegally
but also give out more visas to foreigners with
jobs, a dual plan he hopes will appease the
social conservatives and business leaders who
are his core supporters.
"The American people should not have to choose
between a welcoming society and a lawful society,"
Bush quacked at Davis-Monthan Air Force Base
near the Mexican border. "We can have both at the same time."
Immigration has divided fascist bastards on Capitol
Frist said he will bring up the issue early next
The House has other issues on its plate.
Today: The Vice President's "A-Team" sets
in motion the
ultimate October Surprise, a terrorist attack
upon the nation.
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the Dumb Blonde of American Journalism
Is Woody super-stupid or super-crooked?
So how come Woodward, supposedly the preeminent
investigative reporter of our time, missed the biggest story
of our time -- a story that was taking place
right under his nose? Some would say it's because he's carrying water
for the Bushies. I disagree. I think it's because
he's the dumb blonde of American journalism, so awed by his
proximity to power that he buys whatever he's
being sold...And far from shying away from his reputation as a
stenographer to the political stars, Woodward
has embraced his inner bimbo and wears his "scrupulous passivity"
as a badge of honor, proudly telling Larry King
that his "method" means that 'everyone in the end... pretty much
gets their point of view out.'
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Subject: Can Hillary win?
is she a thug?
How could you say a thing like this?
> "Jim [in WA], Hillary will make Kerry an
offer he can't refuse.
> If they find him with two in the head, we'll
know it was Hillary."
You want her nominated, and you say that?
Jim from Roswell
Jim, I guess I'm a bad person.
The Katrina files
Did anybody get the title of Vol
has good stuff.
Rep Duke Cunningham (R-CA)
Woo & Dallas Cowboys
Watching the highlights on the local newz, I saw
that missed putt.
As the camera zoomed in tight on the ball just
when it stopped a few inches from the hole,
I commented to my girlfriend, "wouldn't it be
cool if that ball had a Bartcop oval on it right now?"
She looked at me like "what the FUCK are you talking
about?" I said, "Ol' Bart is probably
bouncing up and down in his Barcalounger shouting
"A hex on thee! A hex on thee!"
I was, but I was in my fancy Jetson's chair.
And of course the best part of Turkey day was
watching my hometown team toy with the Cowboys
right up until the very end. I quote myself:
"I came not to see Denver win; I came to see Dallas lose!"
Then the San Diego Chargers squeaked by Washington
AND Oakland lost!
The only way it could've been any better was
if the network broke in during the game
to announce Bush & Cheney's resignation because
they'd been arrested.
Keep swinging, dude
Dude, you made my day.
welfare hurts California
by Tally Briggs, as printed in the LA Times
In 2003, California received 79 cents for every
$1 paid in federal taxes, whereas red states
such as Alaska and Mississippi got $1.90 and
$1.83 per tax dollar paid, respectively. The proposed
Republican-backed budget cuts would make this
shortfall even more substantial for all Californians.
No wonder we have a budget problem.
Bart, my wife decided it was high time I subscribed
and I couldn't agree more.
I'm looking forward to listening to the shows.
Thanks for the deal, it finally convinced me.
Russ from WY
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strategy Bush can't ignore
by Joe Conason
Agitated over their declining credibility, Bush
and Cheney are answering accusations that they misled the nation
into war with characteristic aggressiveness.
They're understandably alarmed by the increasing consensus among
Americans that they exaggerated and distorted
intelligence to justify invading Iraq. What alarms everyone else
- including many members of the President's
own party - is that that they still can articulate no plausible plan to
get our troops out. Rather than distracting themselves
with partisan bickering, the president and vice president
ought to seize any opportunity to extricate us
honorably from the terrible mess they have made."
An further examples of the moral corrosiveness
of Iraq War madness, our soldiers are hiding in the bushes
and blasting random cars in apparent war crimes.
Think these guys will have problems when they come back and become cops?
From Nov 27 Hartford Courant interview of NPR's
"On election day there will be no traffic between
provinces ... [and] there will be no traffic in the city itself. ...
If you're moving around by car, it's too dangerous.
I got shot at last time."
Q:Who shot at you?
Americans and Iraqis, in January. It was a joint
checkpoint, except that they were hiding in the bushes and I
couldn't see the checkpoint. It was the day before
the elections, and traffic actually that day was allowed.
This is the sort of thing we face all the time.
There are supposed to be checkpoints, but there was no
visible checkpoint, they were hiding in the bushes."
Q:How would you know to stop?
"You don't, until you're shot."
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by Molly Ivins
I am grateful for the Rev. Pat Robertson, who
was upset by the school board election in Dover, Pa.,
where the creationist-supporting candidates lost.
Quoth he: "I'd like to say to the good citizens of Dover:
If there is a disaster in your area, don't turn
to God — you just rejected Him from your city. And don't
wonder why He hasn't helped you when problems
begin, if they begin. I'm not saying they will, but if they do,
just remember, you just voted God out of your
city. And if that's the case, don't ask for His help because
He might not be there." On the other hand, the
same is true of FEMA. If that's the voice of Christian love,
mercy, compassion and forgiveness, I'm a monkey's
I got about five hours of radio done Tuesday.
BCR #85 might be a four-banger.
I was at an event the other night and Governor
Mark Warner of Virginia was there. He can win in 2008.
He can turn red states blue, something Hillary
can't do. He has the personality, message, and financial resources
to be our next President. I know many Democrats
who won't vote for Hillary in the primary for several good reasons:
1. Voting for a Senator for President is
a losing proposition (see every Senator who has run for President since
Isn't that like saying an actor can't be
governor of California?
2. We don't want to hear about Whitewater
time and time again from the media.
3. We don't want to hear about Monica day
in and day out from the media, late night comedians, etc..
4. We don't want to see on the newsstand
the NY Post, National Inquirer, etc. stories/pics about who Bill allegedly
is messing around with now.
Then you'll need to leave the country because
the whore press will never give that up.
5. We need someone to bring America together
and she's just too polarizing.
and rational, like Gore or Kerry?
Sorry, I want to see a woman President in my lifetime,
but Hillary's got way too much baggage.
I WANT to WIN in 2008.
Vince, like most of America, I know nothing about Warner except
that he'd be a much better president than the Murder Monkey.
"It's in the White House's interest to have
a neutral source writing the history of the way
Bush makes decisions. That's why the White
House gives Bob Woodward access."
--Mary Matalin, claiming Woodward is neutral and not protecting the crooks
Hey mary, just curious - do you think Woody is
more or less "neutral" than Russert?
speak with accents
mess with Taxes!"
To the untrained ear, monkeys may all sound the
same, but Japanese researchers
have found that monkeys actually have an accent
depending on where they live.
"Differences between chattering by monkeys are
like dialects of human beings,"
said Professor Masataka, an ethologist at Kyoto
University's Primate Research Institute.
One group was formed by 23 monkeys living on the
southern Japanese island of Yakushima,
and the other group had 30 offspring from the
same tribe moved to Crawford, Texas.
The result showed that the Crawford group couldn't
be understood by the island group.
Subject: Comment BCR #83 and
I was lucky enough to get in on your November
Special and just finished BCR #83 & 84 (CDR's).
The last BCR I had heard was around show #31
and thought you might like to know that BCR
seems to have progressed light-years.
Sounds like you've really hit your stride....
they should put your show on late-nite Air America.
(Have you sent them a demo?)
star, thanks, but they have professionals at AAR.
I'm just an Okie with a microphone, a smart mouth and the truth.
Between them, how many times have the murdering Smirk
and the murdering Snarl been arrested for drunk driving?
Der Monkey was caught once, Darth twice.
Dick, Pickles killed her fiance with her car,
I wonder why they never drunk-tested her?
Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
times today's oil price which is
$56.50 a barrel
Bush stole just yesterday
2110 have died for Halliburton
fall for oil greed
Do evil bastards care?
our price or do without.
called "market forces..."
Bush brought in a gusher of blood.
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Lawrence Wilkerson, Colin Powell's former chief
of staff alleged that US policy on Iraq before and after
the March 2003 invasion had been hijacked by
an alliance between Cheney and Rummy fostered by Bush's
"detached" attitude to details of post-war planning.
He also suggested that the faulty intelligence used to justify
the war had been at the least "cherry-picked"
by the White House and the Pentagon.
Wilkerson said more than 70 prisoners, "and up
to 90, had died in "questionable circumstances". There were two
sides to the debate in government: one grouped
around Powell insisting that the Geneva Conventions must be
respected; the other around the then Attorney
General, Alberto Gonzales, who said, "Fuck those treaties."
Subject: BCR feedback
I'm listening to the beginning of Show #84, and
I heard you mention Alex Trebek.
I don't even know what it is about yet, but he
is a dick.
I have met him in person, 1994, I was a contestant
I didn't win, but I came close, got the final
right, the category was "The Soviet Union."
The clue was "Upon this hero's death in 1968,
the town of Gzhatsk was renamed in his honor."
On Jeopardy, they RE-TAKE bits where Alex screws
up his lines, which he does often, so he looks perfect.
He is rude, arrogant and a dick.
For the radio impaired:
The answer was - "The oldest signer of the
Declaration of Independence."
They were kids, and one kid went all in and wrote, "Bejamin
Trebek, always the prick, said, "No, it was
Benjamin Franklin - sorry,"
In 1997, a report from the James Baker
Institute of Public Policy emphasized "the Threat of Iraq and Iran"
to the free flow of Middle East oil. When the
Bush regime "took" office in 2001, Cheney's Energy Task Force
highlighted a follow-up study, which slammed
Saddam for using his own euro-dominated export program
"to manipulate oil markets." In response, Cheney
stated, "The Gulf will be a primary focus of US international energy policy."
In January 2003, officials from the White House,
State Department, and Department of Defense continued meeting
informally with executives from Halliburton,
Schlumberger, ExxonMobil, ChevronTexaco and ConocoPhillips to plan
the post-war expansion of oil production from
Iraq. With proven reserves of 113 billion barrels, the second largest in
the world after Saudi Arabia and 11% of the world's
total, Iraq's "sweet crude" was easy and cheap to extract.
At least, if angry Iraqis weren't blowing up
its pipelines every second day.
"Saddam sealed his fate when he decided to switch
to the euro in late 2000, and later converted his $10 billion
reserve fund at the UN to euros," William Clark
observes in his landmark essay, "The Real Reasons for the
Upcoming War With Iraq"—"The reason why the corporate-military-industrial
network conglomerate wants
a puppet government in Iraq—is so that it will
revert back to a dollar standard and stay that way."
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