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Wednesday Jan 11, 2006 Volume
1687 - Lie to me, Sammy!
"I understand, judge, I am the only one standing
between you and lunch, so I'll try to make this painless."
- Joe Biden, being cutesy with Alito instead of doing his damn job,
Joe can't do his damn job.
When a camera's on him, he does his Carrottop impression and
starts with the stupid jokes.
Lots of jokes, cute stories about his kids - Biden thinks our
future is something to joke about.
Biden and Leahy (D-Rubberstamp) need to retire.
Did you hear Leahy on CNN?
"Alito might be a racist, woman-hating
prick, but that's not enough to disqualify him."
Gee Pat, what is?
Does he have to commit a violent felony on camera, live?
an American Hero
by Robert Parry as seen on consortiumnews.com
Now with working Link
At one of America's darkest moments -- the My
Lai massacre of Vietnamese civilians in 1968 -- an American
helicopter pilot named Hugh Thompson risked his
life and his reputation to do the right thing, placing himself and
his helicopter door-gunner between rampaging
U.S. soldiers and fleeing Vietnamese civilians. Thompson's death
last week at the age of 62 stirs timely thoughts
about the meaning of true heroism and the danger of false hero-worship.
Thompson ordered his helicopter door gunner, Lawrence
Colburn, to shoot the Americans if they tried to
harm the Vietnamese. After a tense confrontation,
the soldiers backed off.
For siding with Vietnamese civilians over his
American comrades, Thompson was treated like a pariah.
He was shunned by fellow soldiers, received death
threats for reporting the war crime, and later was
denounced by one congressman as the only American
who should be punished for My Lai.
The Swift Boat Liars said there were no atrocities in Vietnam.
John Kerry let them get away with it - so Bush's murder spree continued.
Too bad Kerry didn't have Hugh Thompson's courage in 2004.
A stand-up shot of Chinaco to a real American hero
- Hugh Thompson.
seeks inquiry into Armor-gate
80 percent died because Bush sent crappy body armor
Clinton 44 urged Congress Monday to re-examine
the Pentagon's standards for soldiers' body armor in Iraq,
after a study found most wounds to Marines would
have been prevented or minimized with more protection.
The results of the study were disclosed last week.
It examined 93 fatal wounds to Marines from the 3/03 thru 6/05.
Most of those injuries might have been prevented
or minimized if they had been wearing improved body armor.
"With U.S. troops risking their lives daily in
Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere, we owe it to them to make sure
they have the best equipment possible," Clinton
wrote to committee chairman John Warner.
to Vote Fraud
Soon-to-be-indicted crook gets double caught
The Dots Connect Between Abramoff, Ohio 2004
Election Smokescreen and Ney's Former Staffer
Revealed to be on Diebold's Payroll While
Working for White House Law Firm
All the While as HAVA -- America's 'Election
Reform' Bill -- is Used for Political Payoff in the Bargain...
There's been a great deal of speculation over
the last several days, particularly in the light of Jack Abramoff's
recent guilty pleas, concerning the connection
of Congressman Bob Ney (R-OH) to Election Fraud in Ohio,
and indeed, vis a vis his stewardship and authoring
of the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) back in 2001 and 2002.
The heavy-handed tactics he has taken since then
in order to keep the flawed act from being changed in any way
over the years, along with the great lengths
he's gone to in order to keep the nation's eyes off of massive electile
dysfunction in Ohio and elsewhere since 2004
may finally soon get the attention it all properly deserves.
Subject: Presidential Material
If nothing else, I long for the day when we can
again have a genuine statesman in the White House.
You know....a president who can speak well...speak
extemporaneously...who can think on his feet
and looks like he/she has at least some nobility
in him/her. I long for a president who will tell us the truth,
no matter how unseemly it may be. I long for
a president who knows what he is doing and is doing it
even while he's vacationing. We've had presidents
like that in years past...Oh that we could again.
Subject: Randi Rhodes
She has to be the best fire brand progressive
on the air...
I thought I was the only one who had these types
Randi is a voice in the wilderness and not afraid
to say what is on her mind...
I can't believe how good Randi is.
She's the best ever - male or female.
She's the Jimmy Page of lefty talk radio.
"Head-On" is now listed with iTunes
rebroadcast Tues-Fri at radiopower.org
from 3-6 pm. ET.
"Like his father, Bush has sought to turn America
into an imperial power and create strongholds
over oil-heavy countries in order for us to
control and manipulate them. Now, if we pull out of Iraq,
we are going to leave a complete and total
mess. We don't even know who we're fighting over there."
-- Sheryl Crow, who seems to know more about foreign policy than Der Monkey,
Anybody hear it?
Anybody want to write a review?
I refuse to buy a Sirius Radio, but I might sign up for a month
if I can hear it on my computer - is that possible?
Subject: Hillary-Clark ticket
Not sure about Hillary for president, but if she
runs with Clark I'm sure it would be a disaster.
I'll have to admit that Clark did better than
I expected during this last New Year's Eve telecast…
but I'm don't think I could support the ticket
if Dick was the VP candidate.
Keep swingin', friend!
Mark in SD
Mark, you're a bad man...
Want Warrants for Spying
Der Monkey is on the wrong side of everything
A majority of Americans want Bush to get court
approval before eavesdropping on Americans,
even if those calls might involve suspected terrorists,
an AP-Ipsos poll shows.
Over the past three weeks, Bush and top aides
have defended his illegal spying program they secretly
launched shortly after 9-11, as a "vital tool"
to protect the nation from al-Qaida and its affiliates.
Yet 56 percent of respondents said the government
should be required to first get a court warrant to
eavesdrop on the calls and e-mails when those
communications are believed to be tied to terrorism.
But it begins with the Alito filibuster.
We can't trust Bush.
He's stacking the court with cronies because
his acts are illegal and he knows it.
Subject: now wait a f-ing minute
Fist off, I have never criticized Hillary for
anything that didn't come out of her own mouth.
I never once brought up the Mena Airport, Vince
Foster or any of that monkey crap.
I criticized her for voting in favor of the BANKRUPTCY
BILL, for voting in favor of the
USA PATRIOT ACT, for voting for the war in IRAQ!
You know, anti-Democratic Party crap like that.
And now, I guess you believe that every candidate
who is not a member of the Clinton family is Ralf Nader.
Buddy, you're the one who needs straightening
Jimmy the Legal Intern
Dude, when I speak of the crazy lefties, I'm not always talking
about you :)
An elite Republican cabal, led by the Vice
to steal the 2008 presidential election.
Confronted with devastating
poll numbers from the disasterous Islamic
War, it sets in motion
the ultimate October Surprise, a terrorist
attack upon the nation.
Click to Enter
"The Democrats can't win elections. They cannot
influence the voters sufficiently
to win their votes, so they need the
court system whereby their beliefs can be
enacted as law, bypassing the judicial
process in this country."
-- the vulgar junkie, Rush Limbaugh, Link
We won the popular vote three presidential elections in a row,
but then Kerry the Quitter
decided to cave in to his Bones Brother George and make Rush's
lie turn into the truth.
Subject: Hillary supporter
Maybe this is just the Wild Turkey talking but
I could swear that I clearly remember the Clintons
curbstomping ever despicable republican scumbag
who tried to get in the way of Bill or Hillary winning
an election. Isn't that alone enough to get anyone
who wants to see an end to the Bush cartel just a little excited?
Bill still gets mobbed by crowds of people all
over the world. The guy is a like a rockstar. Hillary is damned smart
and tough enough that she could probably break
a man's spine just by concentrating really hard and cracking her knuckles.
Who the hell wouldn't want these people to be
calling the shots against Jeb or whichever crazy republican bastard runs
If you had to bet the house on a beauty pageant
who would you rather have, the pretty enough girl who's willing to shank
a few of the other contestants in the dressing
room if that's what it takes to win or the girl who might answer a few
questions a little more to your liking but is
way too concerned with being polite enough to get Miss Congenialty and
have a snowball's chance of winning anyway because
a blind man would ruin his hands if he tried to read her face?
For me, I'm all about cracking some peroxide dyed
Can we maybe send out our best fighters this
time and, I don't know, possibly win one?
Dave in Ohio
Dave, from your lips to...
Oh, I forgot - there is no God.
Seen on crooksandliars.com
We need a senate Democrat with some spine.
C'mon, Ted, c'mon Russ, c'mon Dianne - get angry
and filibuster this woman-hating racist.
(No way Biden or Leahy would ever do anything that took guts.)
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The decision by the Bush Administration
to go after the New York Times for exposing a portion of their
spying- the unauthorized NSA spying on calls
to Afghanistan- sets up the central struggle for America's soul.
Truthfully, no one is much alarmed by monitoring
connections with Afghanistan or scanning US mosques for
radiation; both have a legitimate national security
justification. But the FBI is spying on 30,000 people a year
- according to the Washington Post, permitted
by warrantless so-called national security letters (NSLs) under
Section 505 of the Patriot Act, and now it turns
out the Pentagon, CIA, and NSA have all also been engaged
in illegitimate and unjustified spying on Americans,
including harmless peace groups and all US-foreign e-mail.
In October, Bush expanded access to those files
by "state, local and tribal" governments and "appropriate
private sector entities", whereas John Ashcroft
had canceled the 6 month destruction of the records of innocents
- now they are kept forever. The Pentagon,
especially, appears unable to distinguish between legitimate protest
and possible threat. As warriors, they are trained
to attack preemptively, which is why there are so many
prohibitions against the military operating inside
It's either rumored or proven that Ashcroft left
because he refused to OK Bush's breaking of the law.
Was Johnny Fuzznuts the most decent man in the
Subject: Wes Clark
Wes Clark is the only potential 2008 Democratic
candidate that has a "presidential" presence about him
and the "smarts" and "know-how" to go along with
it. All the other potential Democratic candidates strike me
as having to undergo "on the job" training and
we've seen the evidence of that during the last five years.
This country needs to feel "SECURE" again and
the only one that can make us feel that way is General Clark.
There is no question that if any horrific event
or catastrophe were to hit this country under his watch, he'd know
exactly how to react and what to do. How much
better we could all sleep at night knowing our country was in his hands.
I'll support him in whatever he decides to do.....just
as long as he has a role and a voice in the Democratic 2008 victory!!
Irene in Rockville, MD
They way I remember it, the current horse race shows Hillary at 43%,
Kerry at 14, Edwards at 13 and Clark at 10 or 9.
Kerry is woefully damaged goods, and unfairly, so is Edwards.
The Clinton-Clark team is a match made in Victoryville.
Got a message you want others to see?
the very last time
Many of us dont like Hillary because we dont think
she'd make the best PRESIDENT
even if she is the best candidate (and Im not
sure about that).
I held my nose and supported Kerry, with my money,
my time, and my vote. And he sucked balls.
I wont do it again. So, yeah, Im willing
to "throw away my vote" if Hillary gets the nod.
Because Im D-O-N-E settling for the candidate
that the DLC (and the media) chooses for me.
Would I rather have four
more years of BushCo if it means voting with my soul
and dignity intact?
thanks for the help.
Suicidal Democrats - our biggest problem.
"When will the Washington Press Corps report
that the most powerful man in the world
is too stupid to deliver 250 simple
well-rehearsed words without an earpiece??????"
-- Democrats.com Link
Subject: attacking Ted Kennedy
The man was guilty of nothing less than negligent
homicide, and leaving the scene
of a fatal accident and spent not one minute
in jail. Now that's justice in Massachusetts.
In the political game, we call that a "gratuitous
As a rightie, I can see how you'd want
that to be true, but there's no way to know.
What's far more certain is that Pickles Bush killed
her fiance with her car.
Do you think she did any time?
Any senator who cannot even remember how to pronounce
the name of a Supreme Court
Justice nominee should hang up his dunce cap.
Senility seems to be acceptable in the senate.
At least our old ex KKK senator is long gone.
Ken the right-winger
Dude, your position is illogical and self-defeating.
Next time your hero Bush pinches a verbal loaf, that's proof
that he's mentally deficient?
And as far as KKK senators go, Robert Byrd might've talked the talk,
but Strom raped the black
Thurmond family maid. In 1922, she was -f-ing property of the Thurmond
family, so Strom raped her.
Plus - Robert Byrd - at least he's an EX-Klansman.
From 2002 - (L-R) Bush, Cheney and Ashcroft
That's Alito in the blue shirt.
Bart, you wrote:
> "Some libs think you're not a lib unless
you love the fringe lefties who can't win. "
Bart, no one disagrees that this is true.
Really, your logic is sound here.
It's when you come off acting like Hillary is
some liberal that you lose credibility.
She is a centrist, at best, as is her husband.
Liberals tolerated this centrist crap once.
Look where that got us.
Chris from Boca
Yeah, it got us eight years of peace and prosperity.
Once we lost it, we got war, murder, terrorism and the most crooked
president in history.
I prefer the Clinton years - the best years America ever had.
I'd like some more of that.
I think you're angry at Clinton (and me) for figuring out the key to
You avoid the far, far left and middle class America will elect you.
That's not the way we want it to be, but that's the way it is,
which means you may also be angry with logic - that's not good..
Bush bullies hiding bartcop.com
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faces recall petition
Just like in CA, they don't blame the BFEE for the errors
A Bush-loving Republican filed documents Tuesday
launching a drive to oust Gov. Kathleen Blanco,
who was harshly criticized by Bush apologists
because Bush waited five long days to send help
to her devastated state after Katrina and Rita.
Kat Landry, who filed a recall petition with state
elections officials, said Louisiana needs new leadership
to recover from Bush's incredible lack of humanity
for people of color.
I was born and raised in New York, so I maintain
an interest in the politics down there.
I suggest you invite your New York readers to
weigh in with their assessment of her as their Senator.
I think New Yorkers are in the best position
to evaluate her political skills.
Last poll I saw had her local approval rating at 67 percent.
I have no doubt she wouldn't get that rating here, which begs the question:
Are most readers of bartcop.com
Subject: Omnipresent Cloud Being
Bless Teddy Kennedy
Thank god there's one Democrat left in the Senate.
Pat, I agree - Ted's a lion, but we need lion-plus right
If Ted says, "That's a shame,"
and fails to filibuster,
he might as well ask Sammy for a tongue kiss.
I know that's harsh, but these are harsh f-ing times.
Biden and Leahy are, at best, worthless.
At least Ted, Russ and Dianne have a whif of courage.
Hey - senate Dems on the JudComm - your country needs
Could you stand up, please?
"I would like to see one question answered.
The question is, Judge Alito, is it legal or illegal
for Bush to wiretap Americans' phones without
a warrant? Without a court order? Yes or no.
You want to bet 10 bucks it doesn't happen?
That would be the easiest $10 I ever made."
-- Jack Cafferty, who knows the yellow Democrats have no balls,
Are you going to send money to these quitters this year?
Consider sending it to those who fight the fascist bastards,
Bart, you wrote:
> "For all we know, Alito will agree to suspend
elections during wartime, too."
On July 12, 2004, George Tenet suggested exactly
that.... and he got a Medal of Freedom.
I remember, because it was the day my daughter
was born. And I thought: "By the time she is 8 or 9,
the cold war will be back on again, between a
free Europe and a totalitarian USA."
Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
times today's oil price which is
$63.37 a barrel
Bush stole just yesterday
2210 have died for Halliburton
Bush is willing to pay that price to steal that oil.
Bush's gusher of blood.
That Couldn't Shoot Straight
The warrantless eavesdropping is more of the
same incompetence. Like our physical abuse of detainees
and our denial of their access to due process,
this flouting of the law may yet do as much damage to fighting
the war on terrorism as it does to civil liberties.
Every defense lawyer representing a terrorism suspect charged
in the four years since Mr. Bush's N.S.A. decree
can challenge the legality of the prosecution's evidence.
"The entire criminal process will be brought
to a standstill," Mr. Garbus explains, as the government refuses
to give the courts information on national security
grounds, inviting the dismissal of entire cases, and judges
"up and down the appellate ladder" issue conflicting
rulings.Far from "bringing justice to our enemies,"
as Mr. Bush is fond of saying, he may once again
be helping them escape the way he did at Tora Bora."
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Last night's House, one of the best shows on TV, was a
Dude had ephasia, (guessing at the spelling.)
When you have as much experience with stroke victims as I do, it becomes
Part Jeopardy, part Password, part Family
Feud, you have to guess what they mean.
If you're good at it, expectations rise and they expect you to get
it right the first time, every time.
When they look right at you and say, "You
know..." the pressure is on.
Turns out the dude had cerebral malaria - worms on the brain - eeeeuuuuwwww!
Denny Crane was a riot, as always.
Denny: "Are you going to represent him?
Alan: "Yes, I am."
Denny: "But why?"
Alan: "I gave him my word."
Denny: "But we're lawyers!"
That's good writing. David E. Kelley rocks.
BTW, Michael J. Fox? He's holding up pretty good.
He's not the man he was ten years ago, but then,
The Shield season premier - excellent.
Vic had a taser-wielding skel handcuffed to a
metal bar in "the box."
He wouldn't talk, so what did Vic do?
He tasered the metal bar the dude was
I'll bet Vic voted for Bush - twice.
Subject: Hillary 2008
I don't believe every wild-ass repug theory about
but that doesn't alter the fact that a lot of
Besides, as we learned from the swift boat smear,
it doesn't have to
be true to do damage, and the right will throw
everything at her.
The right will throw everything at our
nominee, even if he still has shrapnel in his ass
from winning medals for heroism in Vietnam while
Bush was drunk and screwing hookers.
They're going to play dirty no matter what, so
let's nominate a street fighter!
I like her very much; she's not perfect but I
think she has
a sincere desire to use government to make peoples'
But I fear for our party if she gets the nomination.
Ann, your biggest fear should be that we nominate
a non-fighter 3 times in a row.
Nobody hates the BFEE more than Hillary.
On her best day, she hates them
more than I do on my worst day.
"Fascist bastards, I'm coming for you..."
Remember what Shakespeare said:
"Hell hath no fury like Hillary's Hell to
with a Vengeance
And how about our President visiting the injured
soldiers from his illegal Iraqi invasion and, showing up with a cut
on his head, saying with an "heh-heh:"
"As you can possibly see, I have an injury myself — not here at the hospital,
but in combat with a Cedar. I eventually won.
The Cedar gave me a little scratch. As a matter of fact, the Colonel
asked if I needed first aid when she first saw
me. I was able to avoid any major surgical operations here, but thanks
for your compassion, Colonel."
Rimshot! A-heh-heh-heh. There wasn't much applause.
It's painful to applaud when you have a hand
and a hook."
Subject: [CoR Members] Universal
Declaration of Human Rights
Dear Church of Reality Members,
I have made an exciting addition to the Church
of Reality web site. I have incorporated the United Nations
Universal Declaration of Human Rights into our
doctrine. On December 10th 1948 the world decided to
turn away from war and to make a commitment to
the positive evolution of the human race. These are
values that are similar to our sacred principles.
Thanks to sister Cherly for the great idea.
Church of Reality
We're witnessing the birth of a new religion.
Unlike the others, this religion is not desgned to steal
your money with scary lies.
This is a religion that Ol' Bart can believe in.
It's based on science and logic and what's real.
Do your kids a favor - get f-ing real.
You can't get hurt betting on science and logic.
They say they're delivering my new computer
They said to expect a two-day install,
so I'm going to work on BCR today.
I'll be back as fast as I can.
Spears 'Bottoms Out' with Blackwell
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