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Quote of the Day

"Senator, I wish you didn't need to be challenged. 
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Feingold & Kerry 
Feingold Blasts Tutus 
O'Connor: Dictatorship? 
Ford Victim Fascists
Kool-Aid McCain
Feingold & Tutus 
I AM a Liberal II
Clooney or not? 
Shirley & Blondie 


 
 

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Quotes

"I'm amazed at Democrats...cowering with this president's numbers so low. 
  The administration...just has to raise the specter of the War on Terror, and Democrats run and hide."  
     -- Russ Feingold, sounding like he's been reading you-know-what,   Link 
 
 

I like Russ Feingold, but I'm going to make an observation.
Can we handle an observation?

For five years, I've been screaming, "Why can't just one senator stand the hell up?"
(Maxine Waters screamed that in F 9-11, remember?)

Now Feingold has finally stood up, and I love him for it, but after five-years of non-action 
on his part, Feingold has the cojones to ask the others where they are?

Feingold has been cowered under Mr Rove's harsh gaze until about a month ago, 
and he's shocked to find out he's the only one speaking up?

Strill, standing up is standing up, so a shot of Chinaco for Russ.

 

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Feingold, Kerry & the 'Strategists'
 by Robert Parry as seen on  Consortiumnews.com

 Link

 Excerpt:
In life, you often don't get a second act. Except, of course, for Democratic "strategists," 
who always seem to get a second act, even a third and a fourth, no matter how often they lose. 
Strategist Bob Shrum, for instance, has been a chronic loser in presidential races but is still 
sought out by Democratic hopefuls, including Kerry in 2004.

And, when they're not applying their cold hands to Democrat campaigns, the strategists can put 
a chill on any Democrat's principled behavior by whispering in the ears of journalists that a seemingly
noble act is reckless, calculated or somehow both.  That was the case when Feingold proposed 
censuring Bush for warrantless wiretaps without the government getting a court's approval.

While Feingold's proposal could be viewed as a moderate step - expressing congressional disapproval 
short of impeachment - Washington Post reporter Charles Babington searched out unnamed "Democratic 
strategists" to make Feingold's plan look both craven and crazy.
 
 

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

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Feingold Blasts Gutless Tutus
 Cowards refuse to back his toothless Monkey Censure

 Link

 Excerpt:
Russell Feingold accused fellow Democrats on Tuesday of cowering like Bernard Shaw
rather than joining him on trying to censure President Bush over domestic spying.
"Democrats run and hide" he said, as though he had just figured it out.
 

Feingold introduced censure legislation in the Senate but not a single Democrat has embraced it.
Several tutus offered weak-ass excuses, but their cowardice was so thick you could see it from space.
 

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Iraq Thanks Bush for Stepping In...

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 Excerpt:
Iraq, lurching closer and closer to Hell, told the Whore AP that "security officials" had foiled a plot
that would have put hundreds of al-Qaida men at critical guard posts around Baghdad's Green Zone,
home to the U.S. and other foreign embassies, as well as the Iraqi government.
 

I may have to make a correction in  bartcop.com  foreign policy.
Bush has so fucked this up - getting out while we can might be our best only chance.

I refuse to make this turn on a dime, but once you listen to Part 2 of BCR 90, you might agree
with me that - as fuck-awful as turning over Iraq and its oil wealth to Zarqawi is, we might have to.

I may have miscalculated ...in that I underestimated the worldwide damage Der Monkey has done.

This year, we could see a region-wide conflict between Sunni, Kurd, Shiite, handjobs all.

If Turkey helps the Kurds, If Saud helps the Sunnis, If Iran helps the Shiites... 
If + If + If = mega bloodshed ...as long as religious stupidity rules the world.
 

Trust me, in 2413, they'll look at the old bartcop.com  webpage and say,
"He clearly saw it coming, but because of the social construct at the time, nobody
  thought that the uneducated, tequila-addled Okie could actually see what was
  happening, and because they failed to heed his warning, ...what happened  ...happened.
 

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Sandra Day O'Connor: Edging to Dictatorship
  Reagan judge who appointed Monkey sounds alarm?

 Link

 Excerpt:
Sandra Day O'Connor, the just-retired Reagan judge, says America is in danger of
edging towards dictatorship if the party's rightwingers continue to attack the judiciary.

O'Connor took aim at Republican Fascists whose repeated denunciations of the courts
for alleged liberal bias could, she said, be contributing to a climate of violence against judges.
O'Connor declared: "We must be ever-vigilant against those who would strong-arm the judiciary."
 

This is the nutty bitch (live with it) who cried out, "Oh, no!" 
when she heard that the 2000 election had been called for Gore.

Now she claims the criminal bastards who SHE illegally helped install need reigning in?
Maybe you should have left the 2000 election up to the voters, Sandy baby.
 

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Subject: the damn is breaking?

Your comparison to the cop telling you to clear out ahead of an imminent dam-break makes sense,
unless you happened to know a bunch of people who had been working on the dam and had been
telling you for some time what great shape the dam was in; besides, what would one do in that situation?

Actually, a better comparison would be: You knew the damn inpectors from three years ago,
and they said the damn was solid, but the current inspectors are screaming "collapse" loudly.
 

One would, sensibly, flee for higher ground;

My point, exactly.
I believe that's what the Democrats in the senate did.
We know the Repub are lying because they keep changing the reason we invaded.
The Dems have no motive to change the reasons.
 

would you have us believe you'd head straight for the (probably, in light of
long-standing evidence, sound) dam and offer to leap into the breach?

No, that would be almost suicidal.
It's odd that you would even ask.
 

We can screech all day long about what might have been wrong or right about the actions taken,
but there's no way - unless one explicitly ignores history - to believe those who made these decisions
did so for much other reason than that it was expedient to do so.

Jeff
 

Hmmm, not sure what that means.
If you mean 'Bush's history of lying,' maybe.
If you mean 'history shows all politicians make evil moves,' no.
 

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Quotes

"Feingold is launching his bid for president on the Senate floor. He doesn't want a vote on this; 
  Frist came on the floor and said 'we're ready to vote' and [the Democrats] all backed down."  
     -- Kay Bailey Hutchifelon, telling the truth - maybe for the first time,   Link
 


 "We can't stand with Russ because we love what Bush is doing."

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Subject: senate responsibility

<snippage>

Everybody on the left knew it was bullshit.
Don't you read your own column?
George Clooney said it:
The Dems were afraid to be called "unpatriotic".

John
 

I am puzzled by this apparently new tactic:

If Clooney said it, it MUST be true and we need to change to think like him.
If Molly Ivins said it, it MUST be true and we need to change to think like her.

When did Molly or Clooney or Huffington or Nader become our brains?
Did we stop thinking for ourselves?
I'm not renting opinions from anybody.

I think what *I* think.

If Molly or Clooney want to agree with me, fine.
But I'm not waiting for them to speak before I know what I believe.

Besides, Clooney didn't write that - see below.

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Ford Victim of 19 Fascist Groups
 How dare they treat gays as human beings

 Link

 Excerpt:
A coalition of religiously-insane fascists who hate gay people is pressing for a boycott of Ford Motor, 
in the latest push by U.S. religious conservatives to influence how and where companies advertise.
 
The American Family Association, which is affiliated with NAMBLA, has boycotted Procter & Gamble 
over its "they're human, too" stance on gays, has reinstated a boycott to try to force Ford to stop 
advertising in publications that may have gay readers.
 
Ford, which has a long history of working cooperatively with gay rights groups, gave no indication that it 
would change its decision to continue advertising in gay media.  Last year, Ford came under criticism from 
gay rights groups after it decided to withdraw its Jaguar and Land Rover ads from publications aimed at gays.
 

I take it all back - Ford makes great cars, and screw the fascist bastards who have nothing better to do
than to single out minorities to oppress so their little hate klans can pretend they have a purpose for exisitng.
 

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Subject: baloney guarantee

Bart,

I work in the defense industry.
When we were "debating" going into Iraq, I publicly stated that there were no WMDs.
A co-worker then publicly asked me, "Will you bet $5000 on that?"
I said no.

Sorry to interrupt, but you declined the bet because there was a slim chance
you'd be wrong and you don't have $5,000 to throw away on a "maybe," right?
 

If someone in my position, knowing almost as much as the Congress and  without the
administration guaranteeing that they will blame me for  any future terrorist attacks,
wouldn't even bet $5000, how could a senator stand up and vote against the invasion?

Russ
 

If I read you correctly, you agree with me.
If it's $5, or $25, you can gamble - I would, too.

But $5,000, or your family's life, or the lives of tens of millions of people
isn't something you gamble with like it was some damn football game.

Thanks, most people who agree don't write.
 

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Subject: Clooney

When the CIA says, "Saddam can hit us in less than an hour," how do you ignore that ?
Oh, fuck off, Bart.

Oh, so that's how it is?
Are we taking the gloves off?
 

Clue #1 - These are the same people who said the Sandinistas were ready to roll tanks up from Nicaragua.

They were also the only people to see all the evidence.
 

Clue #2 - Knowledge that no Iraqis were behind 9-11 was widespread

Fine, but we're not talking about 9-11 right now - why'd you bring that up?
 

Clue #3 - WMDs had already been widely debunked.

Horseshit.
Show me "debunked" prior to 2003 - and Scott Ritter and Hanz Blix don't hunt because
all they could say is "We didn't find any."    That's light years away from "There are none."
 

Clue #4 - It ain't easy to build or acquire and ICBM to deliver a nuke or bioweapon

Horseshit again.
The never-discovered 2001 Anthrax Killer had no problem getting WMDs.
 

Clue #5 - These were the same people who lied Bush into office, possibly using electoral fraud to do so.

Clinton lied about Monica - that means every word he ever spoke was a lie?
 

Clue #6 - There is no clue #6

Cute.
 

The preponderance of evidence is that the CIA was full of shit.

Sure, in 2006 it is.
Show me proof prior to 2003 - you can't.
How third-grade to wait until after the fact, then say, "I knew it all along."

If you knew it all along, why didn't you say so?
If you and I were sitting at a poker table with a year's pay each, you'd be a lot more careful
with your money than you are with your smart mouth when there's nothing at stake.

I assume you watch those handjob pundits on TV make their predictions each week?
They'd sing a different tune if they had to pay $1000 for every wrong guess.

Blast From the Past

Let's take just the last two bungholes:
At $1,000 per wrong guess, Will and Barnes would have to fork over $107,000 to pay for the lies and 
their pro-Bush optimistic quesses, and we're talking about "just" cash, not the lives of their family members.

Tell me you'd be that quick to throw your family's lives away,
then I'll tell you how happy I am that you're not my father.
 

And if you insist upon 100% guarantees that they are lying about things like hitting the U.S.
"in less than an hour" then you might as well launch pre-emptive strikes against half of the third world.

I think you got your words mixed up, Cubby.
Who's insisting on a guarantee that someone is lying?
 

What a lame-ass justification.
And it surprises me, coming from you.

Your very rational fan
Johnny Canuck
 

Like I said, any fool can spout off if there is no penalty for being wrong,
 

P.S. Every person in America is at more risk of being gunned down by some citizen
        with a handgun than they ever will be of dying at a terrrorist's hand.

That's true, but one handjob with a revolver can't take out the entire East Coast.
 

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 Quotes

"This issue is not about whether the government should be wiretapping 
  terrorists - of course it should, and it can under current law."  
       -- Russ Feingold, in a statement issued by his office Sunday,   Link
 

"If Democrats want to argue that we shouldn't be listening to al-Qaida, 
  it's their right and we welcome the debate. We are a nation at war."  
       --Scott McClellan, (R-Liar, Whore) on Monday, when asked about Feingold, Link
 

 
  "I did not touch Jeff Guckert with these hands."
 

 Like all losers in a debate, Scottie the Underbear has to change what Feingold said because 
 if he doesn't change the wrote, Feingold makes sense and Scottie can't live with the damn truth.

Reminder: The Fascist administration claims they only tap "terrorists," but the court didn't agree,
 which means Bush is tapping OTHERS besides those he's claiming to be tapping.

 ...and because the Democrats won't back Feingold, Bush is getting away with his crimes.
 

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Subject: Lieberman gets a primary challenge

Awesome News.
We need to kick as many Repug's out as possible.

Gore lost this country for three reasons:
He didn't fight, He didn't use the Clinton name and
He chose Liberman the Loser as his running mate.

You are correct!
 

Let's hope the next candidate doesn't make the same mistakes.
BTW I can't believe no one has challenged him in 18 years, it's about time.

helldog
 

The guy trying to rid the Democrats of Lieberman is Ned Lamont - nedlamont.com
 

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Subject: Bush's lap dog press

Hi Bart, regarding Helen Thomas and her "Lap Dogs of the Press" piece, you said:

>Have you ever heard it said better?

I certainly agree with Helen Thomas here, but I don't fully understand your position. 

Senators are forgiven for accepting the CIA's assesment that "Saddam can hit us in less than an hour" 
and voting for the authority to go to war, but the Washington press is supposed to have better 
intelligence than the CIA and the US Senate and expose the lies?

School me.
-N
 

Not sure what you're asking, so I'll guess and answer that I want both groups to do their jobs.

The press's job is to question the government's honesty and hold their feet to the fire.
I didn't say the press should have "better intelligence" than the CIA.

The senate's job, among other things, is to protect America.
I haven't "forgiven" them for anything, because I think the Dems acted on the info they had at the time.
Now that the dangers have been proven to be greatly exaggerated, people want to go back in time
and ask the senate to justify their votes since everybody knew Bush was lying all the time.

If someone could explain the Wabac Factor to me, I'd appreciate it.
 

BTW, a too-long-to-print e-mail I read had this passage:

Dirty bombs, chemical, and bio agents:
These don't require a major delivery system. 

Wish I had a dime for each almost-friendly e-mail that said,

"Bart, you're so stupid, Saddam didn't have ICBMs, 
  so how could he nuke us? You idiot.  Go kiss Hillary."
 

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Subject: Dem support

Christ Bart, it must be rough getting as many letters sh!tbagging your support for the Dems as you get
sh!tbagging you for your lack of support for the Dems...I guess it shows what a mess the f---ing party is.
I am staying away from Pres elections, except to say f--- Biden.

ha ha
Dude, a shot of Chinaco for you!
When Biden reaches in Bush's zipper, LIEberman's hand is already there.
 

Also, I find it hard to believe that enough Americans would vote for a woman.

I understand, but she'll be running against "hopelessness and death."
I think she can beat "hopelessness and death" in an election.
 

It cracks me up how you are accused of being every damn thing under the sun...too far left, too far right,
too moderate, irrational Bush hater, and most hilariously, unashamed Bush lover...the letters crack me up.

Keep it up dude...

Thanks for your efforts,
Phil in DE
 

Phil, I take the criticism as a compliment.
To the left-wall huggers, I'm Bush's twin, because they're sooooooooooooooo far left.
To the Nazi right, I'm Jane Fonda, because they're soooooooooooooo far right.
 

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Kool-Aid McCain

 Link

 Excerpt:
Just when you start to believe that John McCain is a warm and fuzzy Conservative Republican,
and you're kind of in that, "Well I suppose I could live with this guy," mode, he soils his own
credibility by showing his rabid, Darth Vader side. I just hope that every intelligent Republican
and every single Democrat doesn't drink from the well waters of Kool-Aid McCain.

As if to ignore the specifics of President Bush's problems, as if to deny the terrible judgment that
went into Bush's pattern of knowing nothing, stumbling into something or bungling everything,
The Kool-Aid Senator from Arizona said,
"He's having trouble right now. We Republicans all know that. That's when he needs us to
stand by him. He doesn't need us when his numbers are 65. He needs us now."

…My Fuhrer right or wrong!
 

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Subject: Bush's choices

Hey Bart,

I heard some Senator on TV say that for the money we have spent on the Iraq war
the last three years could have shored up Social Security for the next 75 years.

Shit, we could have paid Health Care for the entire nation for quite a few years also.
And Osama still walks and talks.

 Mark
 

I agree.
Remember in 2000 when they said, "The President doesn't need to be the smartest man in the room?"
Remember how they asked, "Who would you rather have a beer with?"

With the money Bush stole/wasted, we could've paid all prescriptions for seniors AND
those 2310 soldiers would still be alive.

This is what happens when an unqualified, crooked bastard steals his way into power.

Gore and Kerry have to take some of the blame for those 2314, too.
 

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Quotes

"I don't think we're having a civil war in Iraq."
    -- former senator Bob Kerrey, doing all he can to help his friend George after helping 
        Lee "Whitewash" Hamilton cover up Bush's complicity for the 9-11 Commission,   CBS Evening News.
 

 
 

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Subject: Russ Feingold is a traitor

Dear Bart,

That's what Republicans want you to think.

They are so scared of having a legitimate debate about Iraq or national security that
they have only one reaction to news of their failures or calls for accountability.

On Monday, Russ Feingold introduced legislation to censure the President for breaking the law
by creating a secret domestic spying program. Agree or disagree with his proposal, he has the right
to speak his mind and express his views without Republican Senators questioning his patriotism.

<snippage>

Please contribute whatever you can to make it happen:

http://www.democrats.org/accountability

The sick behavior of desperate Republicans will only stop
when we fight back, and 2006 is the time to do it.

Governor Howard Dean, M.D.
 

Howard, I like you, you're the only candidate I've ever given money to, but you're not doing your job.
Your job is to corral these pussified Demo-crybabies into coming to work and that doesn't cost a dime.

I'm not giving any candidate another dime until AFTER I see them engage the bastards in combat.

Do your job, then write to me afterwards.
 

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 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is  $63.84 a barrel
makes $127,680,000 Bush stole just yesterday

2309  2314 have died for Halliburton


 

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Quotes

"The stakes in Iraq are high. By helping Iraqis build a democracy, 
   we will deny the terrorists a safe haven to plan attacks against America."  
       -- our Monkey president,   Link
 

 Bush doesn't seem to grasp that al Qaeda is in 70 countries.
 By losing 2310 men, we're cutting that to 69?
 ...and not very successfully, either. 
 

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Subject: Clooney didn't write that "fuck you" blog post

If you look on the HuffPo, you'll see that Ariana's people strung the blog post together from things 
Clooney said on Larry King, etc.  They sent it to Clooney as an example of what a blog post is 
(apparently, he's clueless about the blogs, but being a Hollywood star may leave him a little out 
of touch with what the rest of us are doing).  His publicist said it was fine.  So HuffPo ran it.  
Then Clooney objected to it.

More on the brouhaha here…

Here is Ariana's response …

But HuffPo readers aren't buying what Clooney's selling  
The controversy continues.  Read the comments…

This will all be forgotten next week.  
But it's important that the HuffPo not try to pass one thing off as something else.

 Sean,
 

My first reaction is be to fault Huffington.
When you quote someone the way Huffington did...

> 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 took that as meaning that on Huffington's blog, Clooney was free to speak his mind so he didn't mince words.  
Later we find out that was a "compilation" of things Clooney said in the last on various shows such as 
"Larry King Live," which does not allow frank, honest talk.

Also, Huffington got the "benefit" of claiming an exclusive on Clooney's first post-Oscar-winning attacks
when, in reality, he didn't speak those words to Huffington.com
 

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Feingold and the Sounds of Silence
 Expect the Democrats to Sell You Out...

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 Excerpt:
Democratic senators, filing in for their weekly caucus lunch yesterday, looked as if they'd seen a ghost.
"I haven't read it," lied Barack Obama. "I don't have enough information," lied Ben Nelson (Neb.). 
"I really can't right now," lied John Kerry as he hurried past a knot of reporters -- an excuse that fell apart 
when Kerry was forced into an awkward wait as Capitol Police stopped an aide at the magnetometer.
 

If there was anywhere else we could go, I'd kick these lying cowards to the curb.
 

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Beatles to Zeppelin - Rare Rock Autograph Auction

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 Excerpt:
On April 1, Rock Star Gallery will conduct an auction of more than 200 lots of rare rock and pop music memorabilia
to benefit the Children's Cancer,  titled "From Beatles to Zeppelin," with live Internet bidding at CBTechLive.com.

Items of interest include an autographed collage of album covers from the Led Zeppelin release In Through the Out Door,
signed by Plant, Page, Jones and Bonham. All albums in the auction are matted and custom-framed.

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Subject: I AM a Liberal

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 Excerpt:
...I want a dirty fight this time around.  
If they're dirty, and we have to get dirty to win, then we'd better get good and damn dirty.

The other candidates I've seen mentioned here (Feingold, Warner, Clark, etc.) impress me, 
if I was looking for a mentor or a date for my sister.  But we gotta win in '08.  

So I'm liking Hillary.  
Not because she lacks baggage.  
Not because she's pure.  
Not because she sticks to principles over opportunity.  
No, I like Hillary because she'll knife the bastard who tries to get between her and the Oval Office. 
 

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Bart, anybody with a nickel's worth of sense could have figured out 
they were lying about Saddam being an imminent threat.

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in the history of rock 'n' roll".  Blondie's guitarist, Chris Stein, said her introduction "put dents in my cynicism".

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