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Tuesday   Dec 27, 2005   Volume 1677  - Pirates & Whores 

Quote of the Day

"The president has the inherent authority under the Constitution to engage in this kind of activity 
  subvert the Constitution. " 
       --Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, Link

 But you were appointed by the guy you're judging.

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
The Madness of Bush 
Big Brother Agency 
Conason: Impeach Him
Power Play 
Bush Presses Editors 
Random Thoughts... 
Another day in Iraq 
Carrie Okie



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"Liberals and Democrats are only opposed to [Bush raping the Fourth Amendment] 
because they don't want anyone finding out what they've been up to...What have you 
folks been doing  that you so desperately want to keep hidden?" 
      --Rush Limbaugh,  Link

 But Pigboy, you're currently giving Roy Black a million dollars a month
 to block the government from tracking your illegal heroin purchases.

 What do you have to hide?


The New Madness of King George
  by Robert Parry  as seen on  consortiumnews.com


On the Sunday before Christmas, a fidgety George W. Bush interrupted regular programming on U.S. networks 
to deliver an address to the nation that painted the Iraq War and the War on Terror in the same black-and-white 
colors he has always favored.

Despite the media's conventional wisdom about Bush's new "realism" on Iraq, the old canards were still there
- Saddam Hussein choosing war by rejecting United Nations weapons inspectors; blurred distinctions between 
Iraqi insurgents and non-Iraqi terrorists; intimations that Bush's critics are "partisan" while he embodies the national interest.

Plus, there was the same old stark choice between success and failure. "There are only two options before our country 
- victory or defeat," Bush declared, brushing aside the political and military ambiguities of the Iraq War and the War on Terror.

But Bush's speech and his curious hand gestures as he sat behind a desk in the Oval Office suggested a twitchiness 
over his apparent realization that the nation increasingly doubts his leadership.



"If Rush Limbaugh has nothing to hide and has done nothing wrong, what's the problem 
 with letting the prosecutor speak to the doctors and go through all the records?" 
    -- Wolf the Whore Blitzer, to Rush's attorney Roy Black,  Link


Subject: BCR question

Hi Bart -- 

You truly seem to have a grasp on a strategy for victory for a sane candidate in 2008, and in the midterm elections. 
From your lips to some inspired Democrats ears... If I were running, I'd want you to run my campaign -- I'd bank on it....

I am enjoying 86 -- but was so impressed by the comedian I heard at the end of 86.2  that I take a
quick break to ask-- a voice I don't recognize -- could you tell us who he is?

Merry Chinaco 
your friend, 

The guy who did the bit on concerts was David Spade.


The Agency That Could Be IS Big Brother


Deep in a remote, fog-layered hollow near Sugar Grove, W.Va., hidden by fortress-like mountains, 
sits the country's largest eavesdropping bug. Located in a "radio quiet" zone, the station's large parabolic 
dishes secretly and silently sweep in millions of private telephone calls and e-mail messages an hour. 
Run by the ultrasecret NSA, the listening post intercepts all international communications entering the 
eastern United States. Another N.S.A. listening post, in Yakima,Wash., eavesdrops on the western half of the country."

Remember, Bush's Iran-Contra felons are running this entire show.
Know lawbreakers, who needed pardons to escape prison, are in charge of our privacy.


Power Play


At his news conference last week, Bush objected when a reporter characterized his use of executive power 
to eavesdrop on Americans without any court order as "unchecked." The president's sensitivity is understandable. 
As he went on to explain, the charge of unchecked power implies that he is asserting a kind of dictatorial authority 
-- precisely what Americans fought, and continue to fight, against in Iraq. But what are the sources of checks and 
balances of a president's authority? They are the Congress, the courts and, ultimately, the American people. 
Based on the facts as reported so far, none of these appear to have operated as an effective check on this 
extraordinary exercise of presidential power."

Do the Democrats have the stones to impeach?
Or would that make us "just like them?
I can't just hear them: "It wouldn't be fair!"

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




"Americans expect NSA to conduct its missions within the law. But... ." 
     --the NSA website, explaining why the Constitution has been overturned, Link 


Subject: BCR Show 86

Hey Bart,

Randi Rhodes' bit in part 2 was EXCELLENT. 
How she's saying "so what if people say I'm wrong, I know I'm right, and I'll stand up for it." 
Damn, I wish the Democrats would listen to her show.  And yeah, I mean Hillary, too.   ;) 

Heh, I never answer my phone either.
The Bill Maher bit was great, too!


Bush's abuse of power deserves impeachment
  by Joe Conason


Recklessly and audaciously, George W. Bush is driving the nation whose laws he swore to uphold into 
a constitutional crisis. He has claimed the powers of a medieval monarch and defied the other two branches 
of government to deny him. Eventually, despite his party's monopoly of power, he may force the nation to 
choose between his continuing degradation of basic national values and the terrible remedy of impeachment."


Subject: why I subscribed


You need to go to satellite radio like Howard did.
Don't know how you would get Sirius to sign you up, but somehow your show needs to get a bigger audience.

I have been spreading the word about Bartcop.com for about 2 years.
Thanks to  Mark Perkel for opening your show to see what I am missing.
I expected to be informed - and I definitely was - but being entertained was a huge bonus.

I do read your page daily, but the Radio shows (from what I heard after hearing all of Part 1)
seem a bit long winded. Great, but long winded, though very funny as well.

Interesting comment - the "long winded" part.
On the page, I have to use as few words as possible to save my arm from falling off.

Radio blowhards tend to do the opposite - it takes them 30 damn minutes to get to the point
because they have hours and hours and hours to fill and most of them have nothing to say.

So, when I started doing radio, I would talk fast and cover an entire subject in 3-4 minutes
so I had to learn to s-t-r-e-t-c-h.  Also, "real" radio dudes have a clock and a schedule and they
have to stop in mid-rant or cut-off a guest, I don't do that.  ...but I will try to be less long-winded.

So, being a road warrior, satellite radio would be a great place for me & many others
to hear you since Clear Channel and others have dumbed-down radio.  - Just a thought.

I did sign up for the "Triple triple" deal which was my holiday gift to myself.
Thanks for helping to retain sanity under the fuhrer and Happy Holidays - (screw Bill O'Reilly)
Steve in the blue state of PA

Steve, your stickers and CDs are on the way!


Santa gives Baby Jesus some Myrrh

Bush Presses Editors on Security


President Bush has been summoning newspaper editors lately in an effort to prevent publication of stories 
he considers damaging to national security. The efforts have failed, but the rare White House sessions with 
the executive editors of The Washington Post and New York Times are an indication of how seriously the 
president takes the recent reporting that has raised questions about the administration's anti-terror tactics...

The admission by two columnists that they accepted payments from indicted Washington lobbyist 
Jack Abramoff may be the tip of a large and rather dirty iceberg."

Like everything, this Jack Abramoff story is going to take years and years to drip, drip, drip out.
Can't we just throw them all in jail and be done with it?


Random Thought...

For the Democrats, winning elections ought to be easier than Ann Coulter on the first date.

I have a great slogan for the Democrats for the 2006 mid-term elections:

Are you tired of Bush's buddies in the oil business making $100 million dollars
PROFIT every single day ($9.9B in 90 days - just for Exxon-Mobil) while you pay
$800 a month for heat, yet you shiver thru the whole winter in your long johns?

If so, vote Democrat.

You see how easy that is?
The Democrats just don't want to win.


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Powell: 'OK' to rape Fourth Amendment
 I'm so old, I remember when Powell was respected


Colin Powell on Sunday supported government eavesdropping to prevent terrorism but said a major
controversy over presidential powers could have been avoided by obtaining court warrants. Powell said
that when he was in the Cabinet, he was not told that Bush authorized domestic spying after 9-11.

Appearing on "This Whore" with Judas maximus, Powell said he sees "absolutely nothing wrong
with the president authorizing these kinds of actions" to "protect the nation."

But he added, "My own judgment is that it didn't seem to me, anyway, that it would have been
that hard to go get the warrants. And even in the case of an emergency, you go and do it."

...and to think he was once considered the sane guy in the Giggling Murderer Administration.


Subject: a lesson for Bart

None of the mainstream media will ever air the truth because they're all owned by the New World Order;

NBC, CBS, ABC and FOX - owned by Rupert Murdoch, a New World Order shill, buddy of Larry Silverstein
(who admitted blowing up WTC7 [and indirectly the rest of the WTC complex] with shaped charges), 
has dinner with Hillary Clinton every week.

You sir, are abed with whores. 
Evil whores.

Andy, you say this Silverstein guy admitted blowing up the WTC?
I think there'a a chance you might be wrong about that.

And I'm in bed with NBC, CBS, ABC and FOX?
You sure you've been reading this page?


Subject: Long Kiss Goodnight

Was watching TV yesterday and the 1996 movie "A Long Kiss Goodnight" was on,
so I watched it again, only briefly remembering it from 9 years ago.
Wow!  What a movie!

One part of the movie reminded me of our current giggling murderer impersonating a president.
The premise of the move is that Geena Davis plays a CIA Assassin who has amnesia and doesn't know her past.
When she finds out, and goes through hell trying to stay alive because the CIA is trying to kill her, she uncovers a
plot to fake a terrorist attack and blame it on Arab terrorists in order for the CIA to get additional government funding.

The line that brings this movie into reality is when Samuel L. Jackson says to the guy planning the attack,
"So you're going to fake an attack and the deaths of 4,000 people to get more money?"
To which the CIA guy answers, "Unfortunately we can't fake the death of 4,000 people so that part is real."

I'm not sure of the exact words, but the meaning is the same.  In other words, in the movie they are willing
to sacrifice the lives of 4,000 Americans and blame it on Arab terrorists in order to accomplish their goals.
Sounds an awful like what happened on 9-11 to me!



Just Another Day for U.S. Military in Iraq


U.S. patrols had never before ventured into "Whoville," a neighborhood lined with spacious homes that
they named for the town in "How the Grinch Stole Christmas."
Soldiers from the 101st Airborne knew they weren't going to be welcome when they arrived in the dead of night.
It just made sense to nickname the target after the village raided by Seuss' Grinch on Christmas morning, they said.

"It was appropriate. I did feel like the Grinch," said Pfc. John Parkes, 31, of Cortland, N.Y.,
a medic in one of several groups called "quick reaction teams" that respond to roadside explosions.

The raiders broke down doors, confiscated illegal machine guns, plastic bags of ammunition and gun clips.
Iraqi law allows households to own AK-47s, but with limitations.

For many soldiers in the 101st, it was their second Christmas in Iraq since the U.S.-led invasion in March 2003.
The brigade, known as "Rakkasans," also raided a village on Thanksgiving morning this year.

Can you imagine what it's like to slowly realize that your Commander in Chief has been lying?
You've watched so many friends die, and see arms and legs on the ground, and then realizing
the whole time you were only there to steal Bush's oil while Osama is still out there, laughing at us?



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"Of course it should continue. And nobody is suggesting that the president shouldn't do this." 
   -- Colin Powell, on Bush's Fourth Amendment rape,  Link


Subject: BCR Show 85

Hey Bart,

Just now finished listening to show 85. 
You read a letter to USWhore Today from a woman named Reba Shimansky, who said stuff you, 
I, and anyone with sense agree with (I forget the exact subject, something about today's politics.) 
Just wanted to let you know that there was a cool article about Reba a few years ago. 
She writes letters like that all the time to the whores pretending to be journalists. Here's the link:

I once ran into her on the message board at Media Whores Online way back when, 
If you Google her name, a number of liberal sites have contributions from her. She's awesome.

Hope you and Mrs. Bart have a nice holiday. 
Take care, and keep hammering.

Tina the Pillar 

Tina, the part I didn't print? 
I'm right there with you. 

Thanks for being a  bartcop.com  pillar.


New Rules for 2006
   by Bill Maher 

New Rule: Stop giving me that pop-up ad for Classmates.com! 
There's a reason you don't talk to people for 25 years. 
Because you don't like them! 
Besides, I already know what the captain of the football team 
is doing these days: He's mowing my lawn.

New Rule: Stop saying that teenage boys who have sex with their hot, blonde teachers are permanently damaged. 
I have a better description for these kids: lucky bastards.

New Rule: The more complicated the Starbucks order, the bigger the asshole. 
If you walk into a Starbucks and order a "decaf grande half-soy, half-low fat, iced vanilla,
double-shot, gingerbread cappuccino, extra dry, light ice, with one Sweet-n'-Low and 
one NutraSweet," ...ooh, ...you're a huge asshole.

New Rule: Just because your tattoo has Chinese characters in it doesn't make you spiritual. 
It's right above the crack of your ass.  And it translates to "beef with broccoli." 
The last time you did anything spiritual, you were praying to God you weren't pregnant. 
You're not spiritual.  You're just high.

New Rule: No more gift registries.  You know, it used to be just for weddings.  Now it's for babies and new homes 
and graduations from rehab.  Picking up the stuff you want and having other people buy it for you isn't gift giving, 
it's the white people version of looting.

New Rule: No more bathroom attendants.  After I zip up, some guy is offering me a towel and a mint like I just
had sex with George Michael.  I can't even tell if he's supposed to be there, or just some freak with a fetish. 
I don't want to be on your web cam, dude.  I just want to wash my hands.

New Rule: When I ask how old your toddler is, I don't need to know "27 Months." 
"He's two" will do just fine.  He's not a cheese.  And I didn't really care in the first place.


Subject: Page only please


Since you no longer post daily pages I don't take the chance on your website any longer 
which really sucks because you have/had the best political/humor website on the nets (IMHO).


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Justice Department Reveals Social Security Numbers


The federal government is responsible for issuing Social Security numbers, but it may not be doing enough to
protect these critically personal pieces of information on its own Web sites. Acting on a tip, InformationWeek 
was able to access Web pages that include the names and Social Security numbers of people involved in 
Justice Department-related legal actions. It's a discomforting discovery at a time when identity theft and fraud 
are on the rise. One document on the Justice Department Executive Office for Immigration Review's site listed 
the name and Social Security number of a woman involved in a 2003 immigration-review case. Another 
document from 2002 listed the name and Social Security number of a man who was being prosecuted for 
committing insurance fraud. Other searches of the Justice Department's site yielded more Social Security 
numbers and identifying information."


Subject: More page, less radio

Dear Bart,

I am a subscriber who always reads and sometimes listens. 
My preference is the same as Scott's: "*an excellent page* every other day, 
rather than a rushed so-so page.   Do the page at your own pace."

Thanks for asking,
Alysoun in Seattle


Update on AllHatNoCattle.net

I called Yahoo! and was told by the tech that some one had deleted my account. 
He said since my billing was current he had no idea why my account was deleted. 
He said he had to send it to the engineers to find the cause and my site should be up Dec 24. 
We'll see. If not I will get a new web host.

I have been updating my blog, which is separate from AHNC. 
If you care to keep up click the link http://ahnc.blogspot.com.

I'm trying to have a Happy Holiday! I hope you do!

Lisa, maybe Yahoo is run by Rethugs.
Maybe you should give Marc Perkel a shot.

He's the best - and there's no spam at all with his mail service.


Subject: BCR 86 - torture

Bart, I just listened to part four of show 86.

You managed to present an instance in which any reasonable person would have to agree with you.
The problem with allowing torture for the one "exception" is that once you allow that, then it will eventually become the norm.

We all know that any rule that is designed for "reasonable" people will sooner or later be applied
by "unreasonable" people, i.e., fascists/neocons.  That's why I oppose all torture.

That's also about all I can muster on the subject.
Ron in Tucson

Ron, so, you see the dilemma.
You didn't set yourself on fire, you didn't scream, you didn't call me "Bush's twin" etc.

It sounds like you agree with me in that, if YOUR son was kidnapped by a pedophile,
you would do whatever it took to rescue him and that's logical, normal and reasonable.

I "oppose" torture, too.
All sane people do.
My point has always been in that one-in-a-million instance, you might have to make a tough decision.

When Dukakis said, "No, it would be wrong to execute my wife's rapist/murderer," he spoke
with his mind instead of his heart and that certainly contributed to his loss.  Anytime you see a recap of
the 1988 debate, that's always the clip they show.

And although you never actually said you'd engage in torture to save [your son] at least you
acknowledged that there is more to the question than screaming, "Never, never, ever!"

I believe you and I are having a calm, intelligent discussion.
That's been my goal since the subject came up.


 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is  $58.43 a barrel
makes $117,860,000  Bush stole just yesterday

2159 2172 have died for Halliburton

Did we really lose Thirteen since Christmas Eve?

Bush brought in a gusher of blood.


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New Years delayed by a second


Get ready for a minute with 61 seconds. Scientists are delaying the start of 2006 by the first "leap second"
in seven years, a timing tweak meant to make up for changes in the Earth's rotation.

They're sticking an extra second into atomic clocks worldwide at the stroke of midnight CU Time,
the widely adopted international standard, the Institute of Standards and Technology said this week.

"Enjoy New Year's Eve a second longer," the institute said, trying to be cute.
"You can toot your horn an extra second this year."


Subject: page vs radio


Hope your holidays were the happiest.

I don't subscribe to your radio broadcast.  (That'll change soon, but not right now.)
I understand that if it's what you do in lieu of a "real" job, then you have to keep the bucks at leasrt trickling in.
Yes, I LOVE the page and read it without fail...but if it's not bringing home the bacon, then you've gotta do what you've gotta do.
In other words, I leave the decision of page vs. radio in your capable hands.
Keep in mind that by making your own ends meet, you're doing something
for the dozens of us out here who think you're the Hammer of God.

--Angel Of Mercy


Subject: Bush-draft-Leno

Bart, you wrote:

> "Reggie Bush says he's available for the NFL draft.  It's the first time the words 
>  'Bush' and 'available for the draft'  have ever been in the same sentence." 
     > -- Jay Leno 

Isn't it funny (or tragic?) that it is only now that the likes of Jay Leno 
are taking swipes at the Godly Bush. It must be "safe" to do so now.

Good on you Bart, you've been taking the hammer to them for years.
Paul from Paris


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Random Thought...

If Bono was an untalented, unattractive man, nobody would notice, nobody would care.
Using his numbers, 18 million more people in Africa would be dead/dying if he was ugly or plain looking.

Ain't life a bitch?


Carrie Underwood Wins Okie of the Year


Oklahoma Today magazine picked the country singer who won "American Idol" this year,
saying she has the character and humility, yadda, yadda, yadda...


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