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Tuesday  March 14, 2006  Volume 1725 - Thief

Quote of the Day

"We're all burned out. People are just tired.'" 
      -- White House staffers, tired of the lies, Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Bush Changes
Ass Challenged 
I Am a Liberal 
McCain no Moderate
Feds Caught Cheating
Lap Dogs of the Press 
87 Bodies in One Day
Iraq is a Mess 
Sharon Stone Nude 2 



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"The president authorized an illegal program to spy on American citizens on American soil, 
  and then misled Congress and the public about the existence and legality of that program. 
  It is up to this body to ...condemn the President's actions...The president has done wrong." 
      -- Russ Feingold, saying stuff I like hearing,  Link


Bush's Foreign Policy Metamorphosis
 by Ivan Eland as seen on  Consortiumnews.com


Editor's Note: Nearing the third anniversary of the invasion of Iraq, George W. Bush has attached a new label to the critics of his costly military adventure -- "isolationists." At least, it's less insulting than some of the earlier epithets hurled by Bush loyalists against Americans who didn't favor invading Iraq -- "traitors," "cowards," "America haters," "Saddam sympathizers," and "French."

But there is an irony in Bush accusing his critics of "isolationism" since he himself was a leading critic of what many Republicans viewed as Bill Clinton's over-eagerness to intervene in complex political crises abroad. In this guest essay, Independent Institute's Ivan Eland examines Bush's metamorphosis on foreign policy:

Note: Consortiumnews.com  is the most important site on the Internet


Ass Challenged in Primary
 Joe the Fellater may be on his way out


   "I love Bush!"

A telecommunications executive announced plans Monday to challenge Lieberman (R-Sellout)
for the Democratic nomination, hoping to win over voters turned off by Lieberman's love for Bush. 
Ned Lamont represents the first opposition Lieberman has faced within his party during his 18 years in office.

Lamont hopes to win the support of those who hate seeing Lieberman's hands in Bush's pants all the time.


I Am a Liberal
 by a very angry George Clooney


The fear of been criticized can be paralyzing.
Just look at the way so many Democrats caved in the run up to the war.

In 2003, a lot of us were saying, where is the link between Saddam and bin Laden?
What does Iraq have to do with 9/11? We knew it was bullshit.
Which is why it drives me crazy to hear all these Democrats saying,
"We were misled." It makes me want to shout,
"Fuck you, you weren't misled. You were afraid of being called unpatriotic."

I like Clooney, but I wish he would answer the same questions I've asked of others:
When the CIA says, "Saddam can hit us in less than an hour," how do you ignore that
warning and put tens of millions of Americans at risk?   It's easy to look backwards and judge.

More on this near the bottom of the page.


McCain is not a Moderate
  by Paul Krugman


When it comes to foreign policy, Mr. McCain was never moderate. During the 2000 campaign he called for 
a policy of "rogue state rollback," anticipating the "Bush doctrine" of pre-emptive war unveiled two years later. 
McCain called for a systematic effort to overthrow nasty regimes even if they posed no imminent threat to the 
United States; he singled out Iraq, Libya and North Korea. Mr. McCain's aggressive views on foreign policy, 
and his expressed willingness, almost eagerness, to commit U.S. ground forces overseas, explain why he, 
not Bush, was the favored candidate of neoconservative pundits such as William Kristol of The Weekly Standard.

Would Mr. McCain, like Mr. Bush, have found some pretext for invading Iraq?


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Subject: Hillary vs Molly

How many anti Hillary pieces does she need to write?
I think she should use Bartcop as a guide for that. 
Once you've been convinced that you are wrong, 
there will be no more need to trash Hillary.

Or, when Bush's pardoner is sworn in, she could stop...



"I'd prefer to bring this very important program of surveillance of potential terrorists here in 
  the United States under the law.  ...this is a critically important program to the prevention of 
  terrorist acts here in the United States." 
      -- Joe Lieberman, hinting he'd vote no on the Feingold resolution to censure Dubya,   Link

 Hey Ass, why not change to a Republican?  At least that would be honest.


Subject: wisdom at last

On March 1st, 2006, in Annapolis at a hearing on the proposed Maryland Constitutional Amendment 
to prohibit gay marriage, Jamie Raskin, professor of law at Amercan University, was requested to testify.

At the end of his testimony, Republican Senator Nancy Jacobs said:  "Mr. Raskin, my Bible says 
marriage is only between a man and a woman. What do you have to say about that?"

Raskin replied: "Senator, when you took your oath of office, you swore to uphold
the Constitution. You did not swear to uphold the Bible."

The room erupted into applause.
 GG Soul


Feds Caught Cheating


An angry federal judge considered dismissing the government's death penalty case against Moussaoui after 
a federal attorney coached witnesses in violation of her rules. "I do not want to act precipitously," the judge said, 
but she said that it was "very difficult for this case to go forward". Brinkema said a lawyer for the Transportation 
Security Administration sent e-mail to seven FAA officials outlining the prosecution's opening statements and 
providing commentary on government witnesses from the first day of testimony. That was in violation of her 
pretrial order barring witnesses from exposure to any opening statements or trial testimony.

When has the Bush administration ever played by the rules?


Subject: Bush's Medicare Part D Disaster


Specifically, the president's Part D disaster:

prohibits Medicare from negotiating with drug companies to get lower prices for seniors,
denies coverage to millions of seniors who will still pay monthly premiums this fall and
allows big insurance companies to take drugs off their coverage list during the year when
   patients are locked in and can't change their plans.

The Republican prescription drug plan "will cost New York taxpayers $52.7 billion over the next ten years" 
and "deliberately includes waste and inefficiency," according to a new report released today by the Campaign
for America's Future. (The report is available at http://www.ourfuture.org/drugplan_cost_NY.cfm.)


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Subject: The worst day - for the moment

Nobody seems to have picked up on the fact that Deadeye Dick actually said 
the day he shot his friend was, "The worst day of my life .... for that moment". 

So, even his worst day only lasts a moment, and then it's back to bidness as usual
- you know, like  pouring another drink and covering up stuff.

Must be nice.


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"If Democratics are going to be attacking the president in a time of war, then we are ready to vote. 
  If they support censuring Bush then I want them to all be on the record." 
     -- Bill Frist,    Link

 I agree.
 All those in favor of the United States Constitution, stand and be counted.
 All those in favor of dumping Democracy for King Bush, stand and be counted.


Subject: set up!

And once again the U.S. citizen has been set up by the Carlyle group and their Arab allies' will we ever learn!!! 
Shaking head in disgust at this deal.

Hey Bartcop what does hosting a Pokerfest involve let me know!!!! 
With respect and best wishes to all.

If we had a large home or a clubhouse, we wouldn't have to charge for the room.
We just need someone on the ground to handle the room.


Subject: Milosevic

Hi Bart,

My take on the whole thing goes like this: Milosevic wanted to be treated for his ilness at the 
Bakunin center in Russia. From what I know of him (I live in Slovenia and have seen some of 
his hitleresque politics firsthand), he would NEVER EVER return to Hague to finish his trial.

A Dutch toxicologist has said months ago that Milosevic is taking drugs to counter the drugs he has 
been given in jail. In my opinion, he did this to force his release for treatment to Bakunin center in Russia. 
In short, he has gambled with his health and lost.

Anyway, the only problem here is they didn't have time to find the bastard guilty. 
His trial seemed a fairytale ending to all the bloodshed - the international law seemed to prevail at last. 
Carla Delponte may be an opportinistic bureaucrat, but you take the heroes you can find... 
Milosevic was one of the monsters of the 20th century (he's directly responsible for killing more people 
than Saddam, relative to the size of his country) and dying in his sleep seems way too good for him. 

Too bad I don't believe in Hell.

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Blair told: Iraq a Mess


Senior British diplomatic and military staff gave Tony Blair explicit warnings three years ago that the US 
was disastrously mishandling the occupation of Iraq, according to leaked memos. John Sawers, Blair's 
envoy in Baghdad in the aftermath of the invasion, sent a series of confidential memos to Downing Street
in May and June 2003 cataloguing US failures. With unusual frankness, he described the US postwar 
administration, led by the retired general Jay Garner, as "an unbelievable mess" and said "Garner and 
his top team of 60-year-old retired generals" were 'well-meaning but out of their depth'."


Subject: Presidential IQ thing is an Urban legend

Just thought I would let you know. 

Buck on MildlyBrilliant.com

I choose to believe it, ...but yeah, 91 seems a little high for Der Monkey.


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Lap Dogs of the Press
  by Helen Thomas


Of all the unhappy trends I have witnessed - nothing is more troubling to me than the obsequious press
during the run-up to the invasion of Iraq. They lapped up everything the Pentagon and White House
could dish out- no questions asked.

Reporters and editors like to think of themselves as watchdogs for the public good. But in recent years
both individual reporters and their corporate ownership have defaulted on that role. Ted Stannard said:
"When watchdogs, bird dogs, and bull dogs morph into lap dogs, lazy dogs, or yellow dogs, the nation is in trouble."

The naive complicity of the press and the government was never more pronounced than in the prelude to the invasions.
The media became an echo chamber for White House pronouncements. One example: At Bush's March 6, 2003, news
conference, in which he made it eminently clear that the United States was going to war, one reporter pleased the
"born again" Bush when she asked him if he prayed about going to war. And so it went.

After all, two of the nation's most prestigious newspapers, the New York Times and the Washington Post, had kept up
a drumbeat for war with Iraq to bring down Saddam. They accepted almost unquestioningly the bogus WMD evidence
the dubious White House rationale that proved to be so costly on a human scale, not to mention a drain on the Treasury.
The Post was much more hawkish than the Times - running many editorials pumping up the need to wage war against
Saddam - but both newspapers played into the hands of the Administration.

When Powell delivered his "boffo" U.N. statement on Saddam's WMDs, the Times said he left "little question that Saddam
had tried hard to conceal" his WMDs.  After weapons inspector David Kay came up empty in the scouring of Iraq for WMD,
did you hear any apologies from the Bush Administration? Of course not. It simply changed its rationale for the war - several times.
Nor did the media say much about the failed weapons search. Several newspapers made it a front-page story but only gave it
one-day coverage. As for Powell, he simply lost his halo. The papers played his back-pedaling on the back pages.

My concern is why the nation's media were so gullible.
Did they really think it was all going to be so easy, a "cakewalk?"
Why did the Washington press corps forgo its traditional skepticism?
Why did reporters become cheerleaders for a deceptive Administration?
Could it be that no one wanted to stand alone outside Washington's pack journalism?

Have you ever heard it said better?

A shot of Chinaco to Helen Thomas for speaking the straight damned truth.


Subject: Fox News

Hey Bart, how's things in Okla.?

Hot as hell and bone-dry.
It's up to 86 degrees AGAIN - and it's winter.

just happened to see Fox news report on that critical review of port security,
which concluded that there are many weak points.

the Fox-man spun it this way-  this is not a Republican problem,
or an Democratic problem, but an American problem.   !?!?!
where's the buck stop?

It's Bill Clinton's fault, just ask any of the TV networks

the GOP / god's own party/ has been running the show for the past 5 yrs,
so when do they begin to take responsibility for this failure to beef up security?

For some reason, the idiot Americans want to hear that Bush is smart, wise and humble,
so the whore press keeps selling what the market forces say is the most profitable stories.

imagine if this report had come out under Clinton.
Fox news would be screaming "weak on security, weak on security..."

what a pot of shitty hypocrites running the USA today....
cheers from Sweden

You are correct.
When Clinton had a girlfriend, it was a "Constitutional crisis" and they pre-empted regular TV
programming here so the nation could follow the investigation and eventual impeachment of
Bill "the criminal" Clinton "for all his crimes" that made Henry Hyde scream, "The flag is falling."

Now we have a certified madman going Medieval on the Constitution, the poor, the military and
the world's oil supplies ...but the networks still want to talk about Clinton, and what a bad man he was.

You're right - what a pot of shitty hypocrites running the USA today....



"The signal that it sends, that there is in any way a lack of support for our commander in chief 
  who is leading us with a bold vision in a way that is making our homeland safer, is wrong." 
     -- Bill Frist, on Dubya being censored,   Link

 Would somebody remind this prick he leads the party that impeached a popular president during wartime?


Subject: Molly

Bart, I read her article & it could have easily been written by you.

Thank you, ... or how dare you, depending where you're going...:)

Except for that determination of yours to put Hillary as the best of the Dems.

You mean my "Hillary worship?"

Some people fault me for:
a) disagreeing with Molly Ivins,
b) playing the favorite to win in a contest we can't afford to lose.

I don't ask Molly how I should think.

Myself & many others will vote for whoever has the nomination, but we are sick of the Dems & so are you.

I agree, but every time Molly attacks Hillary, she disagrees with me and you.
Maybe some letters addressed to Ol' Bart could be put to better use asking Molly
if she'll eventually support the Demo nominee - or is she just here to stop Hillary?
That's a fair question.

I tend to weary of your putting down the Dems on a regular basis (they are our only choice)
but you are right & so is Molly.  The more we look & learn the more Dems & Repugs look alike.

I don't know that you can make that case.
I see knuckledragging bullies terrorizing the pink tutu Democrats.
There's no "teamwork" here - geez, did we all forget Clinton's impeachment?
Did that look like two teams playing for the same owner to you?

I'm very disapointed in Hillary, Feinstein, Boxer & many more
that I thought were the good guys, they voted for the Patriot Act.
Feingold didn't.

Rio, I get that, and Russ gets major points with me for that - but can be beat the BFEE?
When they get done with Feingold, he'll be the biggest monster in all of American history,
right after Clinton, Kerry and Gore.

If we run a nice guy against these wolves, he'll get eaten by them - worse than Kerry/Gore.

Do you think they're going to do that to Hillary?
Sure, ...they'll try, ...but Hillary ain't no bandleader.

Like the Blues Brothers, they could get the old band back together again.
Remember the Clinton War Room?
Remember the 15-Minutes-later responses to every BFEE lie and distortion?
Damn, I wish I could play some hard ball with those bastards in a big game.

I suggest everyone stopping looking at the tiny details and ask themselves,
"Should we pick Bush's successor or should he?"

Damn, that might be a good campaign slogan.
Our next president will either be Bush's pawn - or she won't.


 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is  $63.67 a barrel
makes $127,340,000 Bush stole just yesterday

2306  2309 have died for Halliburton




"The White House has a transmitter but not a listening device. 
  There's denial going on, and it starts at the top." 
    -- A well-known Republican with close ties to Bush, Link

Too bad the Democrats don't understand that when the oppositon has an approval rating of 36 percent,
THAT is when you attack, but they're too scared to act, the poor gutless bastards.


Subject: Bartcop - The Best Damn Blog Period


Your blog should be required reading for Democrats everywhere.
Your blend of common sense and satire is the best on the net.
Reading it is like shooting the bull with an old friend over beer and shots.
I am sending a donation via snail mail.

Keep the truth coming,
 Doug in Space City

Dude, thanks for that.


Baghdad Cops find 87 Bodies in One Day
  But things are getting better, just like Condi says...


Police found at least 87 bodies killed by gunfire in Baghdad in the past 24 hours. The bloodshed followed 
explosions in a teeming Shiite slum on Sunday in which 58 people died and more than 200 were wounded. 
The attacks marked the second wave of mass killings in Iraq since Feb. 22, when bombers loyal to Bush
destroyed an important Shiite Muslim shrine in Samarra, north of the capital.

Two people gain when there is a wave of murders in Iraq - Bush and Zarqawi.


Subject: Guitar greatness

Bart Dude,

You can't talk about guitar greatness without mentioning David Gilmour.

Pink Floyd Rocks!!!!
So does bartcop.com.


Don, you're right.
The solo on Comfortably Numb is extra good.
When Del Castillo played my Hard Rock Island in 1987, he closed with that.


Why I'm leaving the Marines


As I sit here I am still shaking. I can't take much more of this shit. I am a Marine Pilot. 
Not that it means anything anymore. Today was another safety stand down put on by the mother fuckers in DOSS. 
Why? Cause another one of my friends is dead and gone. Why? Cause he flew his shit into the water that's why. 
Why'd he do that? 
Cause the mother fuckers that "be" i.e. the boys at the top, have lost their fucking minds and can't say no.


Subject: Hillary or no one?

Just because Hillary is the best known Democrat now, it doesn't make sense to promote her and not even
consider any other Democrat.  Any number of good candidates may be out there waiting to be discovered
who do not have the high negatives of Hillary.

It's a long time before 2008.  After all, who had ever heard of Bill Clinton until 8 months before the election ?
I know that I hadn't ...

So I'm not in the "Hillary is the only Democrat who can be elected" camp.   I'd like to look at Russ Feingold, 
Mark Warner, and any number of other Democrats before deciding who can win in 2008.

Gaithersburg, MD 

Franz, I just want to hear you say, "I'll support the demo nominee."

...bet we won't hear that from Molly Ivins.


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Subject: Sadr may be a religious krazy, but makes a point here...

Sadr also criticised Rumsfeld who had said last week that Iraqi troops, 
not U.S. forces, would intervene if civil war broke out in Iraq, JTW said.

"May God damn you," Sadr said of Rumsfeld. 
"You said in the past that civil war would break out if you were to withdraw, 
 and now you say that in case of civil war you won't interfere."


 Never trust a Republican.


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'Idol' Gets Own Live Pre-Show


"Idol Tonight" will feature appearances by ejected contestants and past "Idol" stars, plus interviews
with vocal coaches, casting agents and industry insiders. Exclusive footage, including auditions, outtakes
and post-performance confessions, will also be shown on the weekly program, a show publicist said Monday.

Thanks to   for the heads up.


Subject: the baloney quarantee

Bart, you said,

> "Apparently, when the CIA gives you a guarantee that Saddam can launch WMDs
>  in less than an hour, Senator Chuck would vote against protecting the East Coast?"

Have you got a link for this "guarantee" you're always falling back on? 

Not at my fingertips, but the briefing did take place.

Does the report note whether Tenant was actually able to deliver this whopper with a straight face? 

It's easy to look back and make fun of it.
Did you know in 1994 that OJ would murder his wife in 1995, too?

Look, even if there was a "guarantee" given that Saddam (could attack)
it would still not be a legitimate cover to vote for the Iraq attack. 

Oh really?

Congress KNEW that Iraq was not a military threat. 

Actually, they assumed it wasn't - until they got the briefing.

It was just obvious. 

Yeah, hindsight always is. I can look at baseball scores and say, 
"Everybody knew Florida would beat Arizona 6-2 yesterday."

Iraq wasn't even a military threat to Turkey.  Hillary knew it too.

So now, you're guaranteeing what Hillary knew?
By any chance, do you play high stakes poker?  I want to see the size of 
your bet when you guarantee me that I can't have an Ace in my hand.

The way you've set it up, the Congress is permanently at the mercy of any political hack 
from the Executive who comes to them telling any kind of "classified" lie. 

I think the assumption was that Bush/the CIA would not lie us into a fake war.
You can scream, "I knew it all along," until you're blue in the face, but unless you
can show me in writing where you said that before that war, you're just barking.

That's not the way it's supposed to work. 

You're supposed to tell the Commander in Chief he's lying?

Any member of Congress who voted (to defend America) was derelict in their Constitutional duty.

I changed that to show you how crazy you sound.

The vote for the Iraq Attack was never either for dead soldiers in Iraq or "against protecting the East Coast." 
It was always either for dead soldiers in Iraq or against dead soldiers in Iraq. 
The whole world voted overwhelmingly against, but the US Congress voted for it. 

The "whole world" wasn't the alleged target, the East Coast was.

Your theory is that our politicians are just more prone to wet-your-pants panic than everywhere else? 

Could you be any more hysterical?

Let me ask you a question: If a real policeman, in a real police car, knocks on your door and says,
"The damn is about to break, we're evacuating your neighborhood," ...would you call him a liar?
I think most people would grab the kids and get in their car, but you, with your ability to read minds
and see into the future, would immediately know the cop was lying, right?

I think the truth is worse. 
They gave Bush a blank check without any fear of Saddam at all -- because their idiot consultants 
told them to worry about their next election, not dead soldiers and national fiscal and moral bankruptcy.

I admit it's possible that Democrats threw thousands of soldier's lives away for no reason.
Will you admit it's possible that they believed the CIA's life-and-death warning?
We're either going to be honest with each other or we're not.

Keep hammering. You're a great American.
Just because Hillary voted for Bush's bloody Iraqmire doesn't mean you have to 
defend her vote in order to vote for her in '08.  She was wrong, that's all.

Neal in Batavia

I think, in time, Hillary will admit she fell for the Bush-CIA lies.
And be sure to get back with me about the cops and the dam breaking, would you?


Sharon Stone, Nude in Basic 2



Tired of seeing middle-aged women stuck in unsexy roles, Stone, who will be 48 when the Basic Instinct 2
is released, is making sure her Catherine Trammell is not going to fit into that mold. 

"By the time the film is released, I will be 48 and I wanted to do the nudity in a way that's quite brazen. 
I wanted her to be very masculine, like a man in a steam room, and I wanted the audience to have a moment where 
they realize she's naked and then realize that she's a fortysomething woman and naked. Because we're not used to
seeing that in movies. We're used to seeing Sean Connery and his granddaughter, you know what I mean?" 


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