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Wednesday Jan 25, 2006 Volume
1695 - Just one senator
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"Bush won the squeaker election of 2004 because
he managed to convince a number
of piss-their-pants cowards that he
was the only thing standing between them and
getting nuked by terrorists. Cowards
like Andrew Sullivan, like Christopher Hitchens,
even like Dennis Miller. People who
bought into the fear and gave up thinking and
just begged Daddy Bush to make the
mean terrorists to go away."
-- Amanda Marcotte, Link
of 'Unalienable Rights'
by Robert Parry as seen on consortiumnews.com
George W. Bush's extraordinary assertion of unlimited
Executive power signals a monumental change in
the structure of American democracy. As Bush's
legal analysts tout the "zenith" of his presidential authority,
the impact on traditional American liberties
is profound. It means an end to the concept of "unalienable rights"
as envisioned by the Founding Fathers 230 years
ago. The new reality is that all American rights are at the
forbearance of the President.
Damn, it's like Robert Parry listened to the just-released BCR
This is not what BCR sounds like.
This is Bart in the Bartmobile calling the
on my cell in an attempt to get more of you to call.
Write the number down on your hand 918-748-1714
and call it tomorrow!
When you're in traffic, and you hear some pro-Bush LIE
on the radio - call
Note: consortiumnews.com is the most important site on
NO, you can't see the vote
The Alaska Division of Elections has refused
to turn over its electronic voting files to the Democrats,
arguing that the data format belongs to a private
company and can't be made public.
The Alaska Democratic Party says the information
is a public record essential for verifying the accuracy
of the 2004 general election and must be provided.
The official vote results from the last general
election are riddled with discrepancies and impossible for
the public to make sense of, the Democrats said
Monday. A detailed analysis of the underlying data
could answer lingering questions about an election
many thought was over more than a year ago, they say.
"Basically what they say is they want to give
us a printout from the (electronic) file. They don't want to
give us the file itself. It doesn't enable us
to get to the bottom of what we need to know," said Kay Brown,
spokeswoman for the party.
White House refuses to turn over Katrina papers
Der Guilty Monkey said Tuesday that he did not
plan to turn over certain documents about Katrina
or make senior White House officials available
for sworn testimony before two Congressional
committees investigating the storm response.
The White House's hissy fit threatens to undermine
efforts to identify what went wrong, Democrats
on the committees said Tuesday.
"There has been a near total lack of cooperation
that has made it impossible, in my opinion, for us to
do the thorough investigation that we have a
responsibility to do," said Joe Lieberman, Bush's kissing buddy.
LIEberman said he'd ask for a subpoena for documents
and testimony if the White House did not comply.
The last thing the Giggling Murderer needs
is for the Katrina truth to come out.
Thousands of Americans were dying why Der Monkey
was on vacation, just like 9-11.
me, Pickles - I'm gonna play gee-tar
instead of going to work today - Yee Haw!"
Subject: outsourcing torture
Bart, why are we sending prisoners to Syria.
Isn't that country on our "to invade" list.
Inquiring minds want to know.
Mike, I'm not sure, but I don't think anyone really knows
to which countries we're exporting these helpless victims.
The bottom line is these guys in the Bush administration
are obsessed voyeurs, poking their noses into
everyone's business, whether the excuse is squelching
pornography or preventing terrorism. They simply
do not believe civil liberties and privacy are
important. It is an executive branch power trip, and completely
anti-democratic. Corporations, of course, are
not built to think about such lofty ideas as democracy, however,
focusing instead on the bottom line. In the world
of high-tech privacy, companies such as AOL are also
two-timers, collecting data on users of their
services so they can better feed us advertising and other
revenue-generating products, even as they try
to protect that data from identity thieves. In acquiescing
to the unwarranted demand of the Justice Department
to pore over the companies' records, AOL,
Yahoo and Microsoft are sliding down a slippery
slope, unconvincingly claiming the data dump to the feds
has no implications for online privacy. Does
anybody think they won't cooperate if the government comes
back and asks for IP addresses -- your computer's
unique signature on the Web -- for everybody who
dared type in questionable searches such as "growing
marijuana" and 'fertilizer bombs?'"
Subject: depleated uranium
This will be this war`s Agent Orange.
I`m a Vietnam Vet and 20 years after Vietnam
I got bone cancer from Agent Orange.
I urge all returning vets demand to be tested
by the VA Hosp. or Vet Centers every year or so.
Dude, sorry to hear about your situation.
"It has been told by the prophets in the land
that there is a president coming out of Texas, a Burning Bush.
He will deal with abortion in the land.
We ask you to give him an executive order and mantle him and give
him a mandate with the fear of the
Rev. James Nesbit, praying with "kill women's rights" activists,
going to lose their reproductive rights if a Democrat fails to filibuster
Doesn't anybody care about that?
We're going back to the desperate fifties, when
a scared, pregnant girl sees no alternative
to visiting a flunked-out, former medical student
in a dark alley with a coathanger.
Porn Candy Teen
Attention, all who are reading this column right
now, please put down your drink and leap up off the couch
and put your pants back on and log in to Google
and type the words "hot bunny terrorist fluffer banana"
into the comely and world-beloved Google search
engine. Do it. Do it now. Oh no wait, make it "Osama butt
pancake lube explosives yay." Or better yet,
try "homemade nuke porn lollipop kiddie nipple bomb!!!"
(Be sure to include extra exclamation points
because as we all know, Dubya isn't the brightest of presidents
and these will add zing and personality to your
entry and make your search terms -- the very ones the Bush
administration is right now subpoenaing the Google
corporation to gain access to -- really stand out to the
FBI and the Department of Justice, which are
always in need of a little zing). It shall be a mini-movement.
It shall be called 'Operation Screw With the
DOJ and Make Lynne Cheney Squirm.'"
What Democrats should have learned is that they
cannot evade the security debate. They must challenge
the terms under which Rove and Bush would conduct
it. Imagine, for example, directly taking on that line
about Sept. 11. Does having a "post-9/11 worldview"
mean allowing Bush to do absolutely anything he wants,
any time he wants, without having to answer to
the courts, Congress or the public? Most Americans -- including
a lot of libertarian-leaning Republicans -- reject
such an anti-constitutional view of presidential power.
If Democrats aren't willing to take on this issue,
what's the point of being an opposition party?"
I've been asking that question for years...
Subject: hey from Tom
I have been reading your work for years, and I
have disagreed with very few things you've said.
(I am not a poker fan, I've never found Chinaco
anywhere, and I work in the auto industry,
so I've not agreed with some of your thoughts
Anyway, I agree with the other 99% of what you've
I don't find viewpoints different than mine to
be a danger.
That is (or is supposed to be) the inherant liberal
I have to think that most of your readers feel
the same way.
So I will be stickin' with you, and shouting a
few 'Amens' as I read the page
(which gets me some strange looks from my coworkers).
There are a bunch of us here in Motown who read
your page daily!
Castillo on Tour
Thursday -- January 26 - Nashville, TN - 12th
Friday - January 27 - Atlanta, GA - Smith's Olde
Saturday - January 28 - Memphis, TN - Young Avenue
Friday - February 3 - Kansas City, MO - Grand
Thursday - March 2 - San Diego, CA - House of
Blues with STYX
Friday - March 3 - West Hollywood, CA - House
of Blues with STYX
Saturday - March 4 - Las Vegas, NV - House of
Blues with STYX
Sunday - March 5 - Anaheim, CA - House of Blues
You can't have two guitar players this good in the same
It's just not right.
And when they do the twin leads, whatever that's called,
your ears just can't believe what they're hearing.
Most bands don't have one guitarist as good as either of these
Subject: trading hostages for
Bush didn't run for Prez in 1980.
That was Reagan.
Reagan was Bush's stooge, his unwitting dupe.
George Herbert Herbert Bush was president from
My understanding is that Reagan DID negotiate
with Iran to hang on to the hostages
until he was inaugurated and me may have sent
Bush the elder to do the negotiating.
True, but it's illegal for private citizens to conduct
American foreign policy, not to mention
the crime of having the terrorist-kidnappers to keep their hostages
than they wanted to.
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An elite Republican cabal, led by the Vice
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Confronted with devastating
poll numbers from the disasterous Islamic
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the ultimate October Surprise, a terrorist
attack upon the nation.
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From: John Kerry
(That's my screen name at johnkerry.com)
Subject: Stand with us: No on
I've studied Alito. I am left with the conclusion:
Alito will move the Court backwards.
I will vote against Alito. This is an important
The bottom line is he cannot be trusted.
We can't trust him to stand up to government
abuse of power.
We can't trust him to protect our right to privacy.
We can't trust him to defend mainstream American
To muster enough Senators to defeat Judge Alito,
the American people have to
make it clear that they are against his nomination.
That's where you come in.
By speaking out, you will help us convince other
Senators to join our fight.
Hey John, why don't you sac up and filibuster
his lying ass?
Why do you claim you need thousands of signatures?
All you need is an ounce of courage, John.
Can we get that from you?
...or will you just cave in again?
Have you made your TV signs yet for Bush's State of the Union speech?
There will be big prizes for the top few winners.
The speech is a week from tonight.
Got a message you want others to see?
"After joking at the start that he never cared
much for lectures during his
college days, Bush lectured for nearly
a full hour too long. This Q-and-A session
featured more softballs than a weekend
-- Rick Dean, Topeka Capital-Journal, on Dubya's speech at Kansas State,
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Charge may be Added in Biggie Suit
Lawyers for the Notorious B.I.G.'s family have
revealed that they may add a civil racketeering claim
when they file a renewed wrongful death lawsuit
against the crooked cops at the LAPD.
Biggie's mother and his widow, accused convicted
corrupt cops Rafael Perez and David Mack of
conspiring to kill Biggie with "Suge" Knight
after a Vibe party in March 1997.
"We are considering a racketeering action," the
Wallace family attorney Perry Sanders told New York's Daily News.
Sanders said he has
not received the 81 CDs containing new information from LAPD's
If the racketeering charge proves successful,
Biggie's family could triple
their money in damages.
The LA City Council rejected
a bid by the Biggie family to settle the case for $18 million last year.
First, the crooked cops help kill the innocent victim.
After getting caught, they get caught a second time hiding relevant
Now they are late giving that hidden evidence to Sanders as ordered
by the judge?
My math ain't so good - what's $18 million tripled?
Subject: are conservatives
...or are they just continuing their tradition
of double-standard hypocrisy???
On warrantless wiretaps Bush/Gonzales claim the
president has "inherent"
constitutional power to order snooping even if
Congress didn't allow it.
The "mushy" concept of "inherent power" is cleary
at odds with a "strict constructionist"
constitutional interpretation that the right
has argued for. Why doesn't some reporter
pin Gonzales (or better yet Bush) on this flip-flop?
Bush claims power to follow laws based on his
own interpretations (recent torture legislation he signed).
But, he claims judges should be strict constructionists.
So (as is typical) he doesn't practice what he preaches.
Aren't journalists doing their job anymore?
Maybe I missed it - if, so I've been asleep.
If not, the media has.
- Jonny Spot
Jonny, when the Great Cock Hunt of 1998 ended, so did press interest
on Presidential crimes.
Bush can do no wrong - he was sent by God, personally.
has good stuff.
Wolf the Whore: How worried are you, if
you are worried, that the Israelis might decide
to take unilateral military action against Iranian nuclear facilities?
Eagleburger: I'm not really certain that
the Israelis could pull it off.
And under those circumstances I hope they wouldn't try.
Wolf the Whore: Ambassador Holbrooke, what
do you think?
Holbrooke: The Iranians are the problem,
not the Israelis. This president is a madman.
Wolf the Whore: Which president?
Holbrooke:The Iranian president.
Thanks to Capt Mathman Link
People Cop on the Lam
The original policeman from the Village People
decided not to face the law in a San Mateo Court Tuesday.
Victor Willis, who co-wrote "YMCA" and "In the
Navy," failed to surrender so that he could be sentenced
in connection with possessing cocaine, a probation
violation and other charges.
Subject: Re: hey from bart
It's impossible to write a page with no conflict
or monkey mail.
Once in a while we disagree about something,
as it should be.
I never learned anything from people who I completely
Some folks aren't interested in new ideas,
one of those folks is the preznit.
Keep swingin' that hammer
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All successful black men must be taken down
New York Knicks team president Isiah Thomas is
accused of sexual harassment and
discrimination by one of the team's former front-office
employees in a federal lawsuit.
Anucha Browne Sanders claims Thomas made unwanted
sexual advances toward her and refused to stop,
according to her lawsuit. Thomas and Madison
Square Garden are listed as the defendants in the lawsuit,
which charges them with sex discrimination and
Maybe Thomas is guilty, I don't know - I wasn't there.
But can't we have ONE successful black man without the taint?
How long before they find a dead hooker in the trunk of Harry Belafonte's
a trader - warm bodies for oil."
Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
times today's oil price which is
$67.08 a barrel
Bush stole just yesterday
2237 have died for Halliburton
How many more?
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The Shield is such a great TV series, and this last season
could easily be their finest.
Forrest Whitaker, one of my all time faves, is the bad guy who's actually
the good guy
who's trying to take down our hero, the murderous murderer Vic Mackey.
Vic is like Smirk, except:
He only kills when he has to,
He doesn't giggle when he kills
He has a heart.
Americal Idol - That perky blonde who sang "Since You've
They're grooming her to win the whole shebang.
That back story with the deserting mother is like an Olympic story.
Reminder: We're going to have what, 200,000 like this?
Does Cruise have too much control of her?
never allow me to be alone..."
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