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"I am responsible for the decision to go into Iraq."
    -- America's Murder Monkey  Link

"I don't think Bush has to worry about other people trying to take credit for that one."
     -- Jay Leno, an expert at the obvious joke,  Link


Spying & the Public's Right to Know
  by Robert Parry  as seen on  consortiumnews.com


The New York Times has revealed that George W. Bush secretly overrode legal protections for Americans that
require a court warrant before the government can intercept their international communications. But another surprise
was the Times admission that it had held the story for a year, raising questions about whether the Times could have
informed the American people about Bush 's action before Election 2004.

Perhaps Parry meant "outrage" instead of "surprise" - because really, who would be surprised that
the New York Whore Times would conspire to hide Bush crimes while lying about Democrats?

The Times lied repeatedly about Clinton, reviving the already-settled Whitewater "scandal."
They lied again and again about Gore and Kerry, while covering for Bush's failures.

They also hired writers who are on the BFEE payroll, people so loyal to Bush that they were willing
to do hard time to hide clear evidence of Bush-Cheney crimes - just ask Judith Miller.

Starting in the mid-nineties, Rush and Matt Drudge ran the Times Editorial board.
In 2001, Bush-Cheney cut out the middle men and took direct control.



"King George Bush = KGB.
  Probably just another scary coincidence.."
       --Turk,    Link


Subject: Hillary


In your answers to Jimmy the Nut regarding Hillary, you started sounding like Bill O'Reilly,

> (BTW-Who's your candidate - Ramsey Clark?) ...
> (You're so far left that Hillary and Monkey look like clones to you).

Maybe you could take a few deep breaths and speak to your committed and interested
constituency with some respect instead of invective.  It's getting ugly on your end.

Jimmy and I are old friends so I don't candy-coat everything I say to him..
Just between us, I think he likes getting spanked.

When Russ Feingold (D-much better than Hillary) talked about how Bush thought he was King,
you mentioned that he must be "reading you know what".

Once again you are beginning to sound like Bill O'Reilly.
The political world revolves around Bart-cop.
This is sad for me man, you seem to be losing it.

Dude, don't be sad, that's a nine year running joke.
If I say something Monday, and somebody famous says it Thursday, I claim they stole it.

And if I was "losing it," wouldn't I tear you a new one for callng me O'Reilly twice?




Finally we have a Washington scandal that goes beyond sex, corruption and political intrigue to big issues like
security versus liberty and the reasonable bounds of presidential power. Bush came out swinging on Snoopgate
÷ he made it seem as if those who didn't agree with him wanted to leave us vulnerable to Al Qaeda÷ but it
will not work. We're seeing clearly now that Bush thought 9/11 gave him license to act like a dictator,
or in his own mind, no doubt, like Abraham Lincoln during the Civil War."

But the American whore press would rather cover a "hot story" like a secret girlfriend than
a criminal president who can't be bothered with staying within the law during his worldwide crime spree.


Closed Captioned for the Hearing Impaired
 Translated because the drums of war are so loud


Three days ago, in large numbers, Iraqis went to the polls to choose their own leaders - a landmark day
in the history of liberty. In coming weeks, the ballots will be counted, a new government formed, and a
people who suffered in tyranny for so long will become full members of the free world.

What he meant:

Three days ago, in large numbers, Iraqis went to the polls to choose their own leaders from a carefully
vetted group of candidates who will adhere closely to neoliberal economic policies and allow the United
States to dominate their nation. In coming weeks, the ballots will be counted, a new government formed,
and a people who suffered in tyranny for so long will fall into the hands of a new and worse tyrant, the
United States government, currently in the hands of my regime.

People should be reminded that Bush's puppets in Afghanistan and Iraq are oil company execs and
Bush-bred CIA operatives whose names sound foreign enough to resemble Afghani and Iraqi names.

Meanwhile - have you heard?
bartcop.com  predictions are coming true - Iran is winning this election.
One of Bush's "Axis of evil" powers will soon control Iraq.

Is this why we sacrificed 2200 men?



"Now, by the way, any time you hear the United States government talking about wiretap,
it requires -- a wiretap requires a court order. Nothing has changed, by the way. When we're
talking about chasing down terrorists, we're talking about getting a court order before we do so.
It's important for our fellow citizens to understand, when you think Patriot Act, constitutional
guarantees are in place when it comes to doing what is necessary to protect our homeland,
because we value the Constitution."
     -- Dubya, April 20, 2004, calling himself a liar again  Link


Subject: Satisfied subscriber


I subscribe because I like your website and want you to have the time to work 
on the site and any other thing you think will get the message out.  

I don't listen to the radio show much.  I'm a reader and absorb my information that way, 
but I recognize that my kind is likely to be extinct.  It is obvious that many people like your radio show.  

As for frequency of new pages on the web site, 
I would rather have an excellent page every other day, rather than a rushed so-so page.  
Do the page at your own pace.  I'll keep subscribing as long as I like the CONTENT.

Make me laugh, say right on Bart, or piss me off, but don't start boring me (you're no where near that!)

Scott, thanks for that.



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A Washington Post op-ed by Bill Kristol and Gary Schmitt applauding Bush's unauthorized
domestic wiretapping is an illustration of one of the biggest difference between Republicans and Democrats.
Democratic politicians, and the talking heads allegedly sympathetic to them, will go out of their way
to create daylight between themselves and Party leaders.  Forming a circular firing squad, eating your own kind,
sandpapering your supporters: it's not just the DLC that's made an art of distancing yourself from your own team.

But Republicans pride themselves on their ability to bend themselves into pretzels to defend anything their President
and their leadership does. No matter what conservative first principles a Republican leader may violate - federalism,
balanced budgets, conservation, the rule of law, to name just a few - the Party's members and its enablers in the
right-wing echo chamber will find a way to defend it. No betrayal of public trust by Bush, Cheney, Frist, DeLay et al
is so outrageous that Republicans are at a loss for confecting some tortuous defense of it. No Republican conduct is
so disgraceful or illegal that the right wing media harpies are incapable of the contortions necessary to excuse it.

Why are Democrats so hell-bent on suicide?
Are we afraid of victory?


Subject: Hillary

I don`t support Hillary because I think her strategy is mistaken.

The centrist voter she is trying to appeal to wants to vote for someone who, "stands for something."
I know she`s a liberal underneath, but if she doesn`t stand up for her true beliefs, the repubs will accuse her
of being a "craven politician who will say anything to be president" and we`ll be shit out of luck again.


Tim, are you forgetting Bart's Law #1?

>Bart's Law #1

> Don't EVER tell the truth in a political campaign.
> People want to be lied to.
> If you doubt me, ask President Mondale about telling the truth.

Over a decade ago, the GOP accused Hillary of murdering Vince Foster at her "secret apartment,"
then dumping his body at Fort Marcy Park.  They called Gore an unbalanced serial liar and they
called Kerry a traitor who faked his war medals, so I say it's time to take the gloves off.

I doubt she's going to worry about whatever accusations they manufacture.
Plus, her closest advisor is the best politician we've ever seen.


More Halli-Katrina Contracts


The Navy awarded $6.5 million to Halliburton for Katrina cleanup.
The money was awarded to KBR under its "construction capabilities" (CONCAP) contract with the Navy.
Under the contract, which is not to exceed $500 million, the Navy can call upon
Halliburton on short notice to repair areas damaged by catastrophes.

So, Halliburton gets another $6.5 million for Katrina cleanup?
Here's what they'll do:  They'll hire some other company to do the work for $3 million
and keep the $3.5 million for the hours they spent dialing the phone.



 Chapter Eleven

Today: Adnan Al-Zuhari

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 The Moonie Times goes after Bush


According to President George W. Bush, being president in wartime means never having to concede
co-equal branches of government have a role when it comes to hidden encroachments on civil liberties.

President Bush presents a clear and present danger to the rule of law. He cannot be trusted
to conduct the war against global terrorism with a decent respect for civil liberties and checks against
executive abuses. Congress should swiftly enact a code that would require Mr. Bush to obtain legislative
consent for every counterterrorism measure that would materially impair individual freedoms.

Did you ever think you'd see the Washington Times tell the truth?

Bush is in deeeeeeeep trouble when the Moonies turn on him.
Of course, FOX News will keep lying until the end.


Subject: Boondocks Documentary

Hiya Bartcop,

The BBC will be broadcasting a documentary on Christmas Eve on Radio4 at 10:30am GMT
about the Boondocks comic strip. It can be listened to on the web by following this link:

Anyway, love the website, read it for ages, keep up the good work and don't stop hammering.

Cineman, thanks for that.


Abramoff to rollover, rat others out
 by "Steno Sue" Schmidt, so it may be a false story


Former lobbyist Jack Abramoff, facing trial on fraud charges Jan. 9 in Florida, is negotiating a possible deal
with the Justice Department, in which he would agree to plead guilty and cooperate in the wide-ranging political
corruption investigation focused on his dealings with members of Congress and executive branch officials,
people familiar with the talks said last night.   (Steno sue didn't get her name by accident.)

Abramoff would provide testimony about numerous members of Congress and their staffs if he and the Justice
Department reach an agreement, the sources said. Negotiations have been ongoing for several months,
but pressure is mounting because of the pending trial..

Abramoff's co-defendant in that case, Adam Kidan, agreed last week to plead guilty to conspiracy and wire fraud,
and to testify against Jack.  Abramoff would face significant jail time in any plea deal, the sources said.

Frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march, frog march...


Subject: Cheney on Nightline Tuesday

If you didn't watch Nightline Tuesday night, a few lowlights:

Cheney:  "Did you know we lost 3000 people on 9/11?"

"Dick" repeated it, plus threw in another 9/11 reference for good measure.

Terry Moran asked him 3 different questions about the Scooter Libby investigation,
and "Dick" said "I'm not going to comment on a an ongoing investigation" 3 times.

According to "Dick", everything's going just fine in Iraq.
And he also managed to attack the Democrats for daring to disagree with the godly Bush

What a dick!


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"Bush went out of his way to take responsibility for the war. He repeatedly talked about
"my decision to invade Iraq," even though, of course, it was also Congress's decision.
He made very clear that, ultimately, this was his war, and the decisions were his.
Why did he do that? Because he thinks we're winning, and he wants credit."
    -- Glenn Reynolds,    Link

 It just kills me.
 I've been after the Democrats for years to say, "This is Bush's war."

 Bush is willing to say it, yet the Democrats are still too afraid?


Subject: Hillary

Hey Bart,

You say that Hillary is our best chance to beat the BFEE in 08.
I think it would help your readers if you would define the BFEE as it would be in 08.

Obviously the BFEE won't be George Bush, so who would it be?
Don't you think the repugs will be more likely to nominate someone more to the center?
If they do, we could end up with a choice between two centrists which could lead to
a close election and therefore easy to rig.

My point, perhaps the dems need to go with someone more left of center.
Do you consider Hillary left of center?

Al in Indy

Al, good stuff.
Bush has never been like other presidents.
He put people like "Brownie" in charge of FEMA because of loyalty, not competence.
Bush has stocked the entire government with Bush loyalists, qualified or not.

I believe Bush, personally, will pick the GOP nominee to run against Hillary in 2008,
just like he was picked in 2000 even tho he wasn't qualified - not in the least.

Unlike Democrats, Republicans want to win - that's why the 2000 primary debates
were always monologs about Bush's "greatness" and not debates to pick a candidate.

When Trent Lott got caught being a racist bastard, Bush installed Frist as his senate puppet.
For reasons unknown to me, Frist turned on Bush (stem cells) so Rove outed Frist as
a stock swindler and an abortionist and whatever other problems Frist has.

Yes, Hillary is left of center, waaaay left of center.
That's why (guessing) she's into this flag-burning crap - to appear more centrist.

If we're the victims of a well-timed terrorist attack in the summer of 2008, 
Bush may suspend the election "for the security of the country."


 Spy Court Judge Quits In Protest
  Refuses to work for the Bush bastards


Showing the integrity Colin Powell lacked, a federal judge has resigned from the court that oversees
government surveillance in intelligence cases in protest of Der Monkey's crimes, according to sources.

U.S. District Judge James Robertson, one of 11 members of the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court,
sent a letter to Bush Puppet John Roberts Monday notifying him of his resignation without providing an explanation.

"I'm his puppet."

Two associates familiar with his decision said yesterday that Robertson privately expressed deep concern
that the warrantless surveillance program authorized by the president in 2001 was legally questionable and
may have tainted the FISA court's work



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always has good stuff.


"What else is the Times sitting on? How many other instances of Bush administration illegality has the
New York Times been "satisfied" that we don't need to know. Could we at least have a rough estimate?
The future of the Times hinges on its ability to convince its readers that its loyalty flows to the public
and not to the powers-that-be."
      --Arianna Huffington,   Link


Subject: Blazing Saddles

Bart, but the best line in that movie was one that could still be used to describe most red-staters:

"You've got to remember that these are just simple farmers. 
These are people of the land. The common clay of the new west. 
You know,...morons."

Simply one of the best movies ever made.

Keep swinging that hammer,


Subject: War on adjectives

Dear Bart - Okay so we declare a war on terrorism and bomb and invade Iraq. 
So what's to stop another country from declaring a war on stupidity and bombing us? 

I could see a leader of another country saying "Yeah we had to fight the stupid people 
over there so we wouldn't have to fight them here." (How true.) 

Would we be the only member of the axis of stupidity? 
Or would that make us the "black hole" of stupidity? 
Living here, I tend to lean towards the "black hole" description myself.
Just sayin'

Hop, good point.
Bottom line is, Bush wanted to break stuff, kill people and steal that oil.
He wanted it, so he took it, like a bully does.
He's ruined America's once-decent reputation.


The Little Red Book
 Student harrassed for term paper


A senior at Dartmouth was visited by federal agents two months ago,
after he requested a copy of Mao's book, "The Little Red Book."

Two history professors at UMass Dartmouth, Brian Glyn Williams and Robert Pontbriand,
said he requested the book through the library's interlibrary loan program.

The student, who was completing a research paper on Communism for Professor Pontbriand's class
on fascism and totalitarianism, filled out a form for the request, leaving his name, address, phone number
and Social Security number. He was later visited at his parents' home in New Bedford by two agents of
the Department of Homeland Security, the professors said.

The professors said the student was told by the agents that the book is on a "watch list," and that his
background, which included significant time abroad, triggered them to investigate the student further.

"I tell my students to go to the direct source, and so he asked for the official Peking version of the book,"
Professor Pontbriand said. "Apparently, the Department of Homeland Security is monitoring inter-library loans,
because that's what triggered the visit, as I understand it."


Subject: Hillary loving fool


Maybe it's a self-esteem issue on your part. 
Don't you get that Hillary the 'like a son to Pappy Bush, just give it time' front runner
is partly a front runner because your site is well-read and you keep saying it's true. 

I didn't plant that Hillary 42%, Kerry 14%, Edwards 14% story in the USA Today.

Turn to a different candidate and the polls will turn with you and against Hillary

I wish I had 10% of the power you think I have.

'.45 beveled hole in the top of the head of Ron Brown on my husband's watch 
and elite establishment lite knowledgeable participant of the Iran-Contra drug runnin, 
money laundering Bush Cabal' Clinton. Think about it.


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Senate Kills ANWAR Drilling Bill


A quarter-century long fight over the nation's most divisive environmental issue rages on after the Senate 
on Wednesday rejected opening an Alaska wildlife refuge to oil drilling ÷ even though that provision was 
included in a must-pass bill that funds U.S. troops overseas and hurricane victims. 

It was a stinging defeat for Sen. Ted Stevens (R-Bastard, but I repeat myself), one of the Senate's most 
powerful members, who had hoped to garner more votes by forcing senators to choose between supporting 
the drilling measure, or risking the political fallout from voting against money for the troops and hurricane victims.

Instead, Stevens found himself a few votes shy of raping the pristine wilderness.


Senator "No!!!" Loses at Big Poker game


Ted Stevens, the nasty-tempered senior senator from Alaska, who, as the Republican chairman of the 
Appropriations Committee for six years, steered so many billions in taxpayer dollars to Alaska that 
people there have a name for it: Stevens money.

Now, at 82, Mr. Stevens, a wiry man who dons a tie featuring the cartoon character Incredible Hulk 
when he is facing a particularly tough fight, is making his boldest - Democrats say most egregious - ploy 
for Alaska yet. He has tucked a provision allowing oil drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge into 
a must-pass $453.3 billion military spending bill.

An avid poker player, Mr. Stevens sees the military bill as his best, and perhaps his last, gamble. 
He likened the uncertainty over the outcome to a particularly tense game of Texas Hold 'Em. 

"It's about the same," Mr. Stevens said, "as waiting on that last card."

Suck on that, Senator - you lost.


Subject: Hillary

Bart, where is she (and where is Schumer) with respect to the TWU strike in NYC?  
She'll hapily take the union's money, but she sure as hell will not stand up to defend 
the regular working class men and women who actually make the city run.  

Unions should never give her another dime.
F her.
Mark from Jersey

Mark, I don't know Bush about the strike, but there's (apparently) 
no shortage of reasons why it's important for Democrats to hate Hillary.


Steinbrenner buys Damon
 It's not baseball - it's a trophy auction


Moving from Fenway Park to Yankee Stadium will mean a change of style and scenery for the long-haired,
bearded Damon -- a fan favorite in Boston for his scrappy play and scruffy look. A razor is in his future
because Field Marshall George Von Steinbrenner bans beards and long hair.

"Sad to say bye to some of the greatest fans in the world. Unfortunately they had to see this day, but it's time
for me to make big money, so Boston fans can just kiss my ass," Damon told WBZ television in Boston.
"The Yankees were coming after me aggressively. We know George Steinbrenner's reputation."

Yeah, we do.
Until baseball gets a salary cap, it's just a joke on steroids.


Subject: boxing yourself in a corner with Hillary

BC, there is still plenty of time to find a better candidate (and plenty of options).

I think I'd rather vote for a further right Rethug, that was a fighter and had the courage 
of their convictions than a blowing in the wind Dem (and yes, she is).  

Bush is farther right, and he's not only a Rethug he's a thug, and he never wavers in his convictions.

There are lots of e-mailers singing your song - they're so far left that they'd rather have 
more of the BFEE than a centrist named Clinton.  Will I ever understand you people?

Look at the people who are standing up and fighting, Rethugs, and military loving Dems like Murtha.  
But NONE of the Liberals, or Progressives (in the Dem party, plenty outside).

Happy Holidays and don't choke on the Eggnog,
Neil in VT

My mail runs about 90-10 "We hate Hillary," yet the polls all show her miles ahead.
I can only assume the vast majority who agree with me never bother to write.

BTW, "boxing myself into a corner?"
You are familiar with the concept of time, right?

The election isn't tomorrow, it's 1000 days away.
Can things change in 1000 days?  I say yes.

But for right now, (There's that time thing again) it's her race to lose.


 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is  $58.56 a barrel
makes $117,120,000  Bush stole just yesterday

2158 2159 have died for Halliburton

Bush brought in a gusher of blood.


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misconduct of the Bush Administration with regard to the Iraq war and report on possible impeachable 
offenses; as well as Resolutions proposing both Bush and Cheney should be censured by Congress 
based on the uncontroverted evidence of their abuse of power.  

To read the Report, sign up as a citizen cosponsor of these efforts, or make a contribution and obtain 
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Iraq Report Action Center on my web site.


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Stalking Kate Moss
"Fireman rapist" brought back to New York


A man accused of sexually assaulting a woman while posing as a firefighter was charged
with kidnapping, sexual abuse and other offenses, authorities said Sunday.

Peter Braunstein, 42, also is charged with burglary and robbery in the Halloween attack.


The last thing that Kate Moss needed as she attempted to rebuild her modelling career after
a visit to a drug rehabilitation clinic was a brush with a psychotic New York stalker.

Yet Moss found herself unwittingly caught up last week in a police hunt for a fugitive
sex attacker  who once declared himself "addicted" to the troubled British supermodel.


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