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"With or without religion, you would have good
people doing good things
and evil people doing evil things.
But for good people to do evil things,
that takes religion."
-- Steven Weinberg, Link
& a Sinking Ship
by Robert Parry at consortiumnews.com
Conservative legend William F. Buckley Jr. and
neoconservative icon Francis Fukuyama have joined
the swelling ranks of Americans who judge George
W. Bush's invasion of Iraq as a failure. While some
citizens may view these belated changes of heart
as a case of rats deserting a sinking ship, the defections
mark a new political threat to Bush's war policies.
But will Bush change course or just dig in his heels?
'War is not the answer'
America's blood-thirsty Warmonger on Friday urged
Iraqis to exercise restraint in a critical "moment of choosing."
His Sleazy, slutty girlfriend called on political
factions to renew efforts to form a unity government.
"We can expect the coming days will be intense.
Iraq remains a serious situation," Bush said in a speech.
"But I'm optimistic, because the Iraqi people
know that though I may be a dreamer, ...I'm not the only one.
I hope some day you'll join us, and the
world will live as one."
...that's not the Giggling Murderer - that was
a man of peace - John Lennon.
crazy people start wars..."
"Neil Bush is a frequent visitor to and paid
speaker in Dubai, trying to get investors for his failed
Ignite! educational software company...Bush
was in Dubai so much that he e-mailed his wife of his
desire for a divorce from his Dubai
hotel room. ...even the appearance of impropriety is unacceptable
in the War on Terror. Certainly, this
is a huge conflict of interest. Does Bush really want to give
Michael Moore grounds to make 'Fahrenheit
-- Debbie Schlussel, the She-Nazi, turning on her Fuhrer
Subject: Why not run our own
I have a radical idea. Why not have America's
ports run by Americans?
Why do we need any other government to run our
Are we some third world country that needs other
countries to come in and take care of us?
San Francisco, CA
Security Protested Nutty Ports Deal
The Homeland Security Department objected at
first to a United Arab Emirates company's taking over
significant operations at six U.S. ports. It
was the lone protest among members of the government
committee that eventually approved the deal without
dissent. The department's early objections were
settled later in the government's review of the
deal after Dubai agreed to a series of security restrictions.
Bill Frist and other congressional leaders, the
company and Bush administration officials were working on
a compromise intended to derail plans by Republicans
and Democrats for legislation next week that would
force a new investigation of security issues
relating to the deal. Talks were to continue through the weekend.
"We're behind the president 100 percent," he added.
"We believe the decision in all likelihood is absolutely the right one."
Republicans will follow Bush into hell, that's what they do and that's
one reason they keep winning.
Democrats refused to back Clinton on gays in the military and health
care and now Ford and GM
are bankrupt, mostly due to rising medical costs that the Democrats
fought against controlling.
Democrats should be honest and change their name to either "the Suicide
Party" or "the Party of Quitters."
How annoying is it to be guilt-tripped as a
racist by Bush and his Dubai ports deal?
Voters love being called racists when they
have legitimate concerns! Too bad Bush
couldn't have made his accusation from the
stage at Bob Jones University."
-- Mickey Kaus, Link
world cant wait
- Narcoleptic Pit Bull
We're just another global flame-thrower
At this moment in American history, we are surrounded,
infiltrated, soaked to the bone with warmongers
and fear dealers and hate poppers. The GOP has
been positively masterful in cultivating a culture of intolerance
and disgust and Taliban-like fanaticism, instilling
a brilliant kind of poisonous fear into middle 'Merka that equates
gays with terrorists and terrorists with the
Middle East and the Middle East with the Devil and the Devil with
liberals and liberals with, well, gays. Isn't
As it goes with America, so it goes with the world.
"Chertoff was not briefed until after the ports
story appeared in newspapers."
-- Homeland Security
Chief Chertoff spokesman Russ Knocke, saying that Chertoff
was not aware a Dubai-owned company was seeking to operate terminals in
U.S. ports Link
But if Bush didn't know, and Chertoff didn't
know - who knew?
Subject: Conservative president
Bart, you wrote:
> "I wonder what that's like - a conservative
Ronald Reagan said:
"The basis of conservatism is a desire for less
governmental interference, or less centralized authority."
(I guess he was talking here about why Bush's
gay-hating agenda is horrendously unconservative.)
When you think "conservative president," think
of a President who values freedom,
and who doesn't think the government should run
every single element of society into the ground.
Think "Clinton." Think Clinton I and Clinton
Rich in PA
With Bush now trailing Democrats on national
security, gay "hate and bait" is the only political weapon
the GOP will have left in their arsenal entering
the 2006 elections. They could save themselves, the country,
and a lot of gay people a lot of pain and suffering
if only they would heed the above advice and let it go.
True enough, in the short-term, gay "hate and
bait" might score an election or two in the country's most
conservative regions. Within the next generation,
this gay hate thing isn't going to fly and the GOP will be
forced to spend another 40 years trying to move
beyond their current position. Besides, every human rights
issue started this way, and the Right eventually
lost those battles.
Studies show young people see no reason to discriminate against blacks
To survive, the GOP has to drop their condemnation of all non-white
Subject: bird flu and the Feds
When Bush's HHS Sec came to give a briefing to
Maryland public health officials on what to expect
from the feds in the event of a bird flu epidemic,
his basic message was that the states are on their own
and should not expect help from the federal government.
Read it in The Baltimore Sun February 25, 2006
a part of Bartcop Radio
"Next to the Sex Pistols rock and roll and
that hall of fame is a piss stain.
Your museum. Urine in wine. Were not
coming. Were not your monkey and so what?"
-- Statement from the
Sex Pistols, dissing the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame ceremonies Link
Poor bastards - never got an education, never learned to play their
Subject: my son is still there
Yesterday was day 150 for him.
He is in the 101st Airborne, he rides in the
turret of a Humvee manning a .50 caliber on convoy duty.
It has been 17 days since his last email.
Since he has been there, the 101st has lost 59
killed, his brigade has lost 29.
I grieve for the parents whose lives are forever
devastated and worry constantly for him.
Subject: letter to Presididn't
Dear Pres. Bush,
Please stop acting like a spoiled fraternity
boy who made a promise in secret to one of his frat buddies!
No foreign government should control out ports.
Nor our airports. Nor any other strategic public system,
such as communication satellites, tunnels, Internet
backbone system, nuclear plants, power distribution systems,
security at military bases, shipping and transportation
of military goods, or core manufacturing plants.
The guys running the UAE are dictatorial tribal
sleaze balls, not democracy and peace loving leaders
who are promoting freedom. Get over your
"good ole boy" syndrome, please.
Don the Day Trader
'Discovers' 250 Plame Emails
It's Hillary's records deja vu
The White House turned over last week 250 pages
of emails from Cheney's office. Senior aides sent the emails
in the spring of 2003 related to the Plame leak,
Fitzmas revealed during a federal court hearing Friday.
The emails are said to be explosive, and may prove
that Cheney played an active role in the effort to discredit
Joseph Wilson, a vocal critic of Bush's crimes,
sources close to the investigation said.
The White House "discovered" the emails two weeks
ago and turned them over to Fitzgerald last week.
The emails could prove that Cheney lied about
the leak in early 2004. Cheney said that he was unaware
of any effort to discredit Wilson or unmask his
wife's undercover status to reporters.
Cheney was not under oath when he was interviewed.
The worst crooks of the century? Under oath?
Under oath is for Democrats with girlfriends, not Republican
oil men with ties to Osama.
Subject: Bird flu
Bart, you have every reason to be worried about
There is no "we could get hit hard."
We will get hit hard.
The bubonic plague was spread by globalization,
infected rats hitching rides on ships
and no one knew it was coming. We don't
know when, but we know bird flu is coming.
It's spread to domestic birds by migrating birds;
we can't stop birds from migrating.
There is no way to develop a vaccine until the
virus mutates so that it is as easily transmitted
between humans as it is now between birds, and
by then, because of globalization, it'll be too damn late.
I wish our government would prepare for this.
If someone in Manhattan or LA is confirmed with Bird flu - then what?
Do we quarantine New York and LA?
For how long?
Do we shut down all airports?
Do we close the Interstate highways?
Do you think the police will stay at their posts?
I wish they'd talk about this now, because once it hits and this whole
country turns into New Orleans,
the only people with opinions that count will be those carrying loaded
guns and that means trouble.
Federal agent: "Mr. Smith, we have been
reviewing your web activity, and have found some very disturbing activity."
You: "I'm sure there's some mistake. I've
done nothing wrong. I have nothing to hide. We are on the same side."
Federal agent: "That's quaint, Mr. Smith,
but we decide whether you have done something wrong, not you."
'Hobbled by Sex'
He's not getting enough with that mustache
I get a lap dance?"
UN ambassador John "Shoe Bang" Bolton laid into
the UN Saturday whining that the world body is hobbled
"by bad management, by sex and corruption" and
a lack of confidence in its ability to carry out missions.
John Bolton also criticized the U.N.'s budget,
noting that two-thirds of members pay only 20 percent of the cost.
Bolton, who hates the UN., has been leading U.S.
efforts to destroy the United Nations after the oil-for-food
scandal and sex scandals remind people of the
billipons that Bush hasd stolen from the conquered country of Iraq.
Who Can't Say 'No"
Bush is warning Congress not to try to block
the transfer six U.S. ports to an Arab-owned firm.
But it's a good bet that his threat won't result
in an actual veto. The first 133 didn't.
Bush is the first president to complete a term
without a veto since John Quincy Adams. Bush is an ardent
believer in executive power; he takes an expansive
view of his prerogatives as commander in chief and
continues to push for more, including the line-item
veto. So why hasn't he used the veto he already has?
Bush's top lobbyist told the National Journal
last year that if Bush ever did veto legislation,
it would be by "mutual agreement" with GOP leaders.
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Subject: BCR 89 feedback
Hi Bart, listening to your radio show last night,
talking about the shooting of Harry.
What if Harry slipped up and was telling the
What if Harry really was shot on Friday and Cheney's
medical personnel tried to treat him
at the ranch and they didn't take him to the
hospital until 24 hours later when his condition
was deteriorating to a point where he needed
hospitalization? Were they waiting to see if
he was going to live or die before they made
up a cover story?
That might be a reason to hold off notifying the
sheriff and the media until they got
everyone sobered up and evidence cleaned up &
out of sight.
Kerry, one thing's for sure: They're hiding something.
A good liar only lies when he has to.
If this really was just "a simple mistake that
often happens while hunting," what happened
during that 14 hour period when none of the witnesses could remember
that Cheney was the shooter?
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Subject: Lou Dobbs, right-winger
Right-wingers hate Lou Dobbs because he criticizes
Bush administration and their corrupt friends so often.
Remember how Cronkite would sign off with the
number of days in the hostage crisis?
Lou Dobbs was pointing out every day that passed
without an indictment of Enron's Ken Lay and Jeffrey Schilling.
He also has been harping on the exportation of
jobs to slave wage countries and bad results of other irresponsible rightwing
He is a corporate "responsibility" hound, not
I admit it's possible for a right-winger to change.
Dobbs, lately, has been a Bush watchdog like a real reporter should
Fife' Dead at 81
Don Knotts, the skinny, lovable nerd who kept
generations of television audiences laughing
as bumbling Deputy Barney Fife on "The Andy Griffith
Show," has died. He was 81.
The actor's half-century career included seven
TV series and more than 25 films,
but it was the Griffith show that brought him
TV immortality and five Emmies.
The show ran from 1960-68, and was in the top
10 of the Nielsen ratings each season, including
a No. 1 ranking its final year. It is one of
only three series in TV history to bow out at the top:
The others are "I Love Lucy" and "Seinfeld."
The 249 episodes have appeared frequently in
reruns and have spawned a large, active network
of fan clubs.
Just the other day, I saw the show where three women busted out of prison
and took Barney
and Floyd hostage in one of the best episodes ever. Seems like
the shows was always best
when they were actually fighting crime, instead of battling Aunt Bea's
pickles or whatever.
Griffith always said he'd do five seasons and no more, after five seasons,
Knotts quit to look for
work but Griffith changed his mind and started season six. It wasn't
the same without Barney.
Subject: Dean in Olympia, WA
- I was there
I was at the crab-feed last Monday in Olympia
and got to hear Dean twice.
I think it was the first time that hall ever
sold out and I know it was because Howard Dean was there.
People NOT involved in politics gladly paid their
$40 to hear the only nationally known Democrat with brass balls.
The Seattle Times got it right in that Dean sounded
like pre-Iowa... it was GREAT!
If only the rest of the country were paying attention
the way the people west of the Cascades do... six (soon to be seven)
of our nine Congresspeople are real Democrats
(NOT DINOs), as is our Governor, our two Senators, and both houses
of the State Legislature. We still see
a few Bush/Cheney bumper stickers, though it seems they're getting fewer.
I do my part by pulling in front of them so they
can see my WPE and I Miss Clinton bumper stickers :-D
Keep up the great work,
John the pillar in Olympia -- future home of
Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
times today's oil price which is
$62.91 a barrel
Bush stole just yesterday
2290 have died for Halliburton
It's so simple - why didn't I think of it sooner?
As the 2006 elections draw closer, Bush can order
his Iraq puppet to request that
the invading army leave Iraq, "because
their mission has been a great success."
Then Bush orders Al Qaeda to stop the suicide
bombings until the soldiers come home
and then, right after the elections, he has Al
Qaeda renew the suicide bombings and Bush
can put the troops back in Iraq and resume stealing
oil until the 2008 elections draw close.
It's so simple - why didn't I think of it sooner?
Subject: Food for thought
Bart, how many is a billion?
As of this writing, I am 61 years 2 months 2
days 1 hour 54 minutes and 59 seconds old.
If I had started counting at one number per second
I would have only gotten to 1,930,528,499 seconds.
How long would it take to count to a trillion?
These assholes in DC throw these numbers around
like they were play-dough.
"Just 17% of Americans believe Dubai Ports
World should be allowed to purchase operating
rights to several U.S. ports. A Rasmussen
Reports survey found that 64% disagree
and believe their Monkey president
has sold them out once again."
-- Rasmussen Reports, Link
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"Sometimes what's right isn't as important
as what's profitable."
mega-multi-millionaires Trey Parker and Matt Stone, South Park,
Once you have your $50M in the bank, it's easy to step back and
cherry-pick "what's right."
Did they feel the same when they were broke, trying to make it?
hate him, too
Robert Dukes, a Baptist preacher who calls
New Orleans "sin city" and believes gay rights
are the biggest threat to America, is questioning
his faith in Der Monkey.
He sees Bush as having done little to halt moral
decline, and fears the administration has mortgaged
America's future to China. The controversial
decision to allow a Dubai firm to operate some U.S. ports
has raised further doubts in his mind about the
man he supported in the past two elections.
"We ought to be able to run our own ports," said
Dukes, a police trainer in Alexandria.
"Right now, if we had an election, I don't know
what in the world I'd do."
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callers Welcome (snicker)
"Mr. President, on at least a couple of occasions
... I told you that FEMA was being
marginalized, and was not going to
be able to respond and, in fact, was on a path to failure.
You can get mad at me if you want to,
but I think we ought to get mad at Congress.
We ought to get mad at the President.
We ought to get mad at Secretary Chertoff..."
-- Brownie, turning on Der Monkey,
Subject: WPE sign at union rally
in Warren, Ohio 2/25/06
Bart, this was on our front page today in color.
Our local rag of a newspaper has a continuous
Republican slant so I was surprised (but delighted)
to see it.
Jon Stewart warms up for Sunday's Oscar gig on Larry King Monday
da full howa..."
And after 17 loooooooooong days, the Olympics are over.
Colin Powell dares to show his bloody hands on Leno tonight.
I assume Jay will agree with Colin that the war's been a great success.
America's new Sweetheart Stacy Keibler on Kimmel and The Strokes on
the other Hilton
Hilton, with models wearing outfits
her new Beverly Hills clothing line
Nicky Hilton unveiled her new upscale fashion
line at a hip Las Vegas nightclub.
(Gee, her sister owns a nightclub there...)
Hilton, 22, said her latest creations are "clothes
my friends and I could wear,"
adding that her designs will sell for far less
than what she and her friends could afford to pay.
"This ain't Prada," said the hotel heiress, sister
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