* Sarcasm * U2 * Chinaco * Humor * Poker * Ridicule * Travel Guide * Revenge
* Bartcop Radio
Thursday April 20, 2006
Volume 1749 -
"In a free society with working, honest public
mechanisms, it would be nigh impossible to elect
an imbecile sock puppet fronting for
a latter day nazi party cabal. But it happened here in 1980,
1988, 2000 and 2004. Why? Corruption.
Corporate money. Media consolidation. Media fraud.
Vote fraud. Stupid voters. Lazy voters.
All based in corporate and corrupt money; corrupt,
bribable congresshumans; dishonest
pols (Rove, etc.); and, most of all, a servile fascist media.
Perhaps the demise of this piece of
shit nation is best."
-- jtree, Link
jtree, you might not have long to wait
the Post's Editorial Page
by Robert Parry as seen on consortiumnews.com
As arguably the most influential newspaper in
the nation's capital, the Post might have been expected
to encourage a healthy pre-war debate that reflected
diverse opinions from experts in the fields of government,
diplomacy, academia, the military and the broader
American public. War, after all, is not a trivial matter.
Instead, the Post's editorial section served as
a kind of pro-war bulletin board, posting neoconservative
manifestos attesting to the wisdom of invading
Iraq and tacking up harsh indictments of Americans who
dissented from George W. Bush's war plans.
Yet what is perhaps most amazing is that even
now - after all that's been learned about Bush's Iraq War
deceptions - the Post's editorial page continues
to act as the administration's hall monitor for the war,
trying to keep the American people and especially
Washington insiders in line.
This month, the Post published two more editorials
disparaging critics of the Iraq War. One resumed the
near-three-year-old campaign to tear down former
Joe Wilson for challenging "twisted" pre-war intelligence
on Iraq; a second scolded retired generals for
speaking out against Defense Secretary Donald Rumsfeld.
I'm so old, I remember when the Washington Post printed the facts and
Now they print whatever Karl Rove tells them to print.
Note: Consortiumnews.com is the most important site on
is our Gettysburg
This Saturday's elections in New Orleans represent
yet another element of the vast crime committed
against Black America. With as many as
300,000 residents, overwhelmingly African American, strewn
about the country in government-engineered exile,
the elections are an insult to the very idea of democracy,
and to the dignity of all Black people.
This farcical exercise in faux democracy will
no doubt be followed by corporate media declarations that
New Orleans is returning to "normalcy" - the
same term that the media bandied about when the city held
a shrunken Mardi Gras, in February.
Behind that bland word, "normalcy," lies a wish
list and narrative that sees white rule as normative in America
- the way things should be - and Black electoral
power as an aberration...
Does the name "New Orleans" even come up once a week in the news? And
like the author says,
when it does come up, you always see "back
to normal," while blacks are strewn everywhere and
the white land-snatchers are busy with their coastal casino construction
Like with Iraq and Iran, if people of color are on land that Bush wants
to possess, they need to have
a military superpower or prepare to meet their maker because that greedy
Bush bastard plays hard ball.
Wars, hurricanes and 9-11 all present money-making opportunities for
Peace puts nothing in their pocket.
Leading historians agree on that
George W. Bush is in serious contention for the
title of worst ever. In early 2004, an informal survey of
415 historians conducted by the nonpartisan History
News Network found that eighty-one percent
considered the Bush administration a "failure."
Among those who called Bush a success, many gave Bush
high marks only for his ability to mobilize public
support and get Congress to go along with what one
historian called the administration's "pursuit
of disastrous policies." In fact, roughly one in ten of those
who called Bush a success was being facetious,
rating him only as the best president since Bill Clinton
-- a category in which Bush is the only contestant.
The lopsided decision of historians should give
Subject: yesterday's Monkey Mail
That ditto-monkey wrote:
> you're still wondering why ya'll can't keep
the oval office for more than one term
Which explains President Dole.
"It almost makes me want to run for office.
-- The Cheney Monster, on being praised by super-rich Republican donors
"I would say he's the most hated and dangerous
person in the world."
-- Mike Yanasak, a retired Vietnam veteran, carrying a "Terrorist in Chief"
me again why I must invade Iran."
Did you hear what Tony Soprano said to his shrink about Rick Santorum?
It was sooo perfect, and sooo true.
It'll be in BCR
Subject: The two most insane
handjobs on the planet?
Bartcop, you need to be a bit more circumspect
about the people and leadership of other nations.
How the hell do you know anything about Iran?
Everything you and I are told is filtered through
the corporate propaganda machine.
Mike, the Santa Barbara attorney
Mike, I don't know much about Iran, other than the reports that their
begging our handjob to invade them, kill their leaders and steal
...and our handjob is brave enough to do it, with other people's
your dot.com on Bartcop Radio
If you don't use free
you don't want more readers.
lovers welcome to call
to get spanked, not advertise
Hitler called it "Bunkered down"
One of Bolten's biggest challenges will be to
find ways to open up Bush to new ideas and to the opinions
of people who are not longtime Bush confidants.
(Good luck with that.)
On that score, people are dubious.
Bush prefers a tight circle of loyalists and
does not welcome dissenters. As Bush put it on Monday, in asserting
that he would not fire Rumsfeld, "I'm the decider,
and I decide what's best."
Rove's return to a role that closely mirrors that
which he played in Bush's first term demonstrates how much
Bush has now shifted to survival mode -- and
how far events have pushed him from the grand ambitions
with which he opened his second term just 15
Women reject them, so they kidnap kids
Republican County Councilman Keola Childs pleaded
guilty to molesting a male child.
Republican activist John Butler was charged with
criminal sexual assault on a teenage girl.
Republican candidate Richard Gardner admitted
to molesting his two daughters.
Republican Councilman and former Marine Jack
W. Gardner was convicted of molesting a 13-year old girl.
It's a very long list....
party in the Nevada desert
Have you heard about the test in Nevada scheduled
for June 2nd?
They are planning to explode a device with 1.5
MILLION tons of TNT.
Now, there is NO delivery system in the world
that can deliver that much weight in one trip.
As Randi Rhodes said, this can only mean that
they are testing the possibility of using tactical nukes
of this power to hit underground targets in Iran.
They want to see how deep the damage from the blast will go.
Leland, I'm so concerned about that, I might attend.
We have some FF miles that will expire in June.
Where, exactly, will the blast take place?
Are there any hotels nearby?
Contest - how many faces can you identify?
Use the numbers.
The first person (cont US only) to get them all right wins a pound of
the South's Finest Chocolate
- the best chocolate you'll ever taste.
Send your answers Here
So far, nobody has made it thru the first seven, so I'll give you a
Prescott's partner Adolph
Kenny Boy Lay
Poppy's partner Saddam
Bill Gates (not shown, he demanded a fee)
This is really good chocolate.
It's a mystery (to me, anyway) why good song writers lose their talent.
As always, Example #1 is Paul McCartney. McCartney's latest work
is so awful,
it makes you wonder if John Lennon was carrying him all those years
But Paul's not alone. When's the last time you heard a good, new song
from Daltrey and Townsend,
Richards and Jagger, Gilmore or Waters, Page or Plant, Slash and Axl,
Springsteen, Fleetwood Mac,
Rod Stewart, AC/DC, The Eagles, Billy Gibbons, Greg Allman, Bob Seger,
Queen or Clapton?
Springsteen, Clapton, Stewart and others have chosen to raid the classics
for their latest works,
but what happened to their proven ability to write great songs?
And, maybe it's just sexism in rock n roll, but how many good female
song writers have their been?
Carole King pops into my head (from 30 years ago) but where are the
Can you name a woman with a string of song writing hits?
Maybe Shania Twain would qualify, but that's only semi-rock n roll.
Could the answer be as simple as ...testosterone?
Is a young man's insatiable sex drive partly responsible for writing
a good rock song?
Ask most rockers and they'll tell you they got into the business to
score with the chicks.
Is sex drive directly related to song writing ability?
And if that's true - what explains U2?
After 25 years, they should be producing weepy ballads and "tributes"
to old geezers.
Instead, they're still rocking the world with new, vibrant songs that
really pump the adrenaline.
In almost every interview, when asked that their goals are, they reply,
"We don't want to be a band that sucks,"
rightly implying that the others (now, anyway) do.
Why have Bono and the Edge managed to not suck?
How have they avoided the trap that got alllllllll the others?
Bush is great!
Let's assume that we have George Bush to kick
around for another almost-three-years.
How worried should we be about the possible damage
he might inflict -- and what can the press do about it?
Consider Thomas Friedman's column in The New
York Whore Times today, and its implications.
Friedman, who still supports the Iraq war, opens
by declaring that given a choice between a nuclear Iran
and an attack on that country engineered by the
White House, he would choose the former. That's how little
he trusts the BFEE. He cites "the level
of incompetence that the Bush team has displayed in Iraq, and its refusal
to acknowledge any mistakes or remove those who
But then he goes on: "I look at the Bush national
security officials much the way I look at drunken drivers.
I just want to take away their foreign policy
driver's licenses for the next three years. Sorry, boys and girls,
you have to stay home now -- or take a taxi.
... You will not be driving alone. Not with my car."
The net's best advertising deal
the Chopping Block?
Grand Jury hears evidence on his guilty ass
Just as the news broke Wednesday about Scottie
the Underbear and Karl Rove, Fitzgerald met with
the grand jury hearing evidence in the CIA leak
case and introduced additional evidence against Rove,
attorneys and other US officials close to the
The grand jury session in federal court in Washington,
DC, sources close to the case said, was the first time
this year that Fitz told the jurors that
he would soon present them with a list of criminal charges
he intends to file against Rove
in hopes of having them return a multi-count indictment against Rove.
Rove's attorney, Robert Luskin, confirmed that
Rove remains a "subject" of Fitzgerald's two-year-old probe.
"Mr. Rove is still a subject of the investigation,"
Luskin said. In a previous interview, Luskin asserted
that Rove would not be indicted by Fitzgerald,
but he was unwilling to make that prediction again Wednesday.
Bush is going to pardon these bastards before
the trial and the sorry-ass Democrats will be shocked!
They'll issue press releases saying they are "disapppointed"
that Bush pardoned everyone before
the truth about their worldwide crime spree could be told to the voters..
If they would consider an ounce of prevention, they could avoid acting
all shocked when he does that.
Put him on notice right now that he can pardon anybody he wants - that's
But if he pardons anybody before
their trial, then they should promise to shut down the government
until impeachment hearings are underway and, goddammit, they should
stick to that as if they had balls.
Bush is a cowardly little shit who's always had everything handed to
him and he's always had Poppy
to bail him out. This cycle need to be broken before we lose another
What will it take to wake up the cowardly Democrats? Bush's approval
is at 36 percent!
Two-thirds of the country disapproves of his crimes, so step up
and stop him.
don't want truculentnessity - we are Dubya's friends..."
They're going to eat me!
crazy bitch poured BBQ sauce on my leg!!"
Subject: your 'Blood for Oil'
Your blood for oil section inspired me to some
grisly math today.
The average barrel of oil in the US holds appx.
42 gallons (55 gallon drum)
The average human being holds 1.5 gallons of
2378 soldiers have been tragically lost
2378 x 1.5 = 3567 gallons of blood / 42 = 84.93
That's nearly 85 flag draped barrels, the cost
My machine won't go high enough for me to determine
the number of barrels if I included the Iraqis killed.
"This joke grows sicker by the day. The ones
who belong in jail are the accuser, the DA,
and whatever black buffoons/ Al Sharpton
Wanna-bes are down there stoking race hatred.
An obvious fraud. I bet the woman comes
clean soon, now that the persecution has been
narrowed down to two individual faces,
obviously innocent boys, with families."
-- iago beets, a Bush fan, dismissing the black accuser in the Duke rape
with a typical "We know how
those niggers lie" Republican attitude.
Subject: 9-11 conspiracies
Common sense is too often wrong. Common
sense tells us that when struck by a high-powered rifle slug,
the human head recoils away from the bullet.
But the truth is actually the opposite. Common sense tells us
that photographs of astronauts on the airless-Moon
should also show bright stars in the background.
But again common sense is wrong.
The problem with most conspiracy theories is that
they are so full of common sense that they no longer
have any room for rational, logical analysis.
Here are some logical, reasonable questions that
the 9/11 conspiracy buffs either fail or choose not to ask:
I didn't have time to get heavy into each question,
but I tried to play Devil's Advocate on a few.
Subject: Best tasting chicken
I love chicken. But we only have one place in
town and it sucks.
I have a recipe for Mrs. Bart that tastes better
than ANY fried chicken.
Everyone uses my recipe!!
I am sending
it to you just in case you want to say yummm.
Sherry, I'll have to try that. Did you know I have a degree in
You have to, to own a restaurant in K-Drag.
Check out my recipe for Train
Station Fried Chicken and the "funny" story.
What's more fun than cooking drunk?
is fun drunk!"
Is Lower Than Value'
think just like Boosh."
Wading into oil politics for the first time,
Iran's handjob president said Wednesday
that crude oil prices — now at record levels
— still are below their true value.
"The global oil price has not reached its real
value yet. The products derived from crude oil
are sold at prices dozens of times higher than
those charged by oil-producing countries,"
state-run Tehran radio quoted Ahandjob as saying.
has good stuff.
Bush has a positive approval rating in just four
backwards, undeveloped states:
Utah, Idaho, Wyoming and Nebraska.
The other 46 states agree with what we've been
saying for years at bartcop.com
Bush is a crooked, incompetent bastard/thief who's hobbies are murder
If you see a star in an anti-Bush or pro-peace shirt,
please send that in.
characters and rape
Bart, you asked:
> ..in the history of TV, has any other female
lead in a show ever been raped?
Veronica Mars isn't breaking any new ground.
Oh, you've seen the show?
"All in the Family" had it happen to Edith Bunker
30 years ago.
And, while it wasn't at all played for laughs
in that episode, AITF was a comedy.
Hmmm…maybe you are a little too in love with today's
current, crappy, un-original TV programming.
But keep swinging the hammer…I'm not looking
for a monkey over this.
Jim in Palm Beach
Jim, you are in error.
Edith was almost raped - by an actor named David Dukes.
Actor David Dukes, on filming the scene where he attempts to rape 'Edith
"There was a moment when I did something, I tore
her dress or something, to where
it was clear that I am not going to be
a funny rapist and the audience went 'ahhhh.'
And when 400 people do that it's a big sound,
and I just looked at Jean and it was like,
'Jesus God, what's happening?' Because the audience
just hated me, hated me.
And I had no idea what I was stepping into."
Dukes said the rest of his life, people came up to him
saying they remembered him for what he almost did to "Edith."
...but what's with the snarky attitude?
Your "maybe you are a little too in love with
today's crappy TV programming," line.
What does that mean?
Were those words meant to belittle my tastes?
Can I get a list of the classy stuff you, with
your superior taste, enjoy?
What joy do you get in trashing today's TV programming?
There are bad web sites - does that make all
web sites bad?
There are bad movies - does that make all movies
There are bad songs - does that make all songs
There are bad people - does that make all people
Even if I agree that most TV is crap, what is
the movie average?
What is the song average? Or the people
Nobody needs to like the shows I like,
but I'm unable to see what you gain
by personally insulting me for having tastes
that are different from yours.
Can't Act told GQ magazine, ''I'm gonna eat the
placenta. I thought that would be good.
Very nutritious. I'm gonna eat the cord and the
placenta right there.''
But, it seems Tom may have bitten off more than
he can chew with his bold declaration.
The interviewer pointed out that a placenta is
rather large, so Tom replied: "OK, maybe I won't."
Hey, he says he does all his own stunts, remember?
Bush Now! sticker!
Free with your donation,
Four stickers for one donation!
PayPal to email@example.com
or snail mail to
PO Box 54466
Tulsa, OK 74155
saw it on therandirhodesshow.com
Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
times today's oil price which is$72.17
Bush stole just yesterday
...add to that, Iran pumps 3M barrels a day.
Once the sick bastard invades, that's 5M barrels
times today's oil price which is
$70.82 a barrel
dollars Bush will steal daily
That's a third of a billion dollars every day
No wonder they were so eager to start a war
...and what did it cost us?
2378 soldiers' lives
Latest data shows no soldiers killed in the last 24 hours.
Bush's whore media will spin this as "another
for George W. Bush in his personal fight to
Subject: yesterday's Monkey
What a maroon! Clinton was in office for
Just like a mud-slinging conservative to not
be able to count.
He's an idiot. You're not.
Thanks for your hard work, Bart.
Sorry to say that my donation to you went into
my Camry's gas tank.
Guess I better map a safe route to work on my
Jeebus knows the price of gas is gonna put me
Big $$ Strike
Set for May 1
Don't spend any money on May 1.
"The Durham dirt-bag case disgusts me to my
core. Here, you have a drunken slut stripping whore
accusing men of raping her when there
is absolutely no evidence of such a rape other than what
comes out of that filthy mouth of hers.
What kind of system do we have that anyone can scream rape
and not have to show her face, not
answer to the public. And, yet, those she accuses are suddenly guilty
until they're proven innocent. This
is all the product of the out-of-control lesbian feminist movement."
-- Michael Savage, who took the opposite side when the accuser was Paula
Unlike everyone else who has an opinion on this case, I wasn't there.
Unlike everyone else who has an opinion on this case, I'm waiting for
(or more) and get a
x 2 = 4 BCR Discs
and the just-released BCR
delivered directly to your home like magic
2 BCR Shows,
plus 2 months of BCR
PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org
PO Box 54466
Tulsa, OK 74155
China Internet writer
At Yahoo, money means more than freedom?
Yahoo may have helped Chinese police to identify
an Internet writer who was subsequently jailed
for four years for subversion in the third such
case, an advocacy group for journalists said on Wednesday.
News implicating Yahoo in the imprisonment of
Jiang Lijun in 2003 surfaced on the eve of a summit
between Chinese President Who and President What
It was the third such case involving the greedy
bastards at Yahoo.
the all new, toll-free
callers Welcome (snicker)
"The dumbest thing Bush could possibly do right
now is fire Rumsfeld.
Either a forced resignation or a dismissal
would effectively bring the Bush presidency to an end."
-- John Podhoretz, Link
So, thousands more men must be maimed or die to protect Bush's phoney
legacy as a smart war hero?
That's fucking sick logic.
Join the military, kids.
Sacrifice your legs or your eyes or your life for Bush's phoney legacy!
gets Tabloid Apology
She does not have sex with strangers in a van
Thank you to bartcop.com subscribers.
I know you work hard
for your money, so I take it as
a compliment when you throw some my way each month.
Read the Previous
It had everything.
© 2006, bartcop.com
Use this portal
and they'll send bartcop.com
four cents from each
Here to see if reality
is a good fit for your life
Tyme Hosting is owned by Marc
Perkel, who first put Bartcop on the Internet back in 1996 and
keeps Bartcop online today.
Marc hosts several
other political sites including American
Politics Journal, Political
News Channel, Seeds
of Doubt and interesting sites like the
of Reality - a religion based on believing in everything that is
Our motto for
this year is - "No Anti-Bush Site Left Behind".
So - if you have an anti-bush site and you are choking on hosting
fees or dealing with threats - let us know and we'll help keep you online.
have that strongest server side spam filtering on the planet.
Check out Marx
Mail for info on how you can have a Spam
Free Email Account.
Perkel's new Church
If it's Real - we believe in it!
here to join the Church of Reality mailing list.
This space left blank.
To hear the radio shows, you must have a login and password.
Here to subscribe and get your login and password.
Listen to it before you share it.
Click Here to Listen
to Part 1 of Show
Click Here to download
Part 1 of Show
Click Here to Listen
to Part 2 of Show
Click Here to download
Part 2 of Show
Click Here to Listen
to Part 3 of Show
Click Here to download
Part 3 of Show
Click Here to Listen
to Part 4 of Show
Click Here to download
Part 4 of Show
Here for the radio archives
bartcop.com and BartCop are trademarks of attempts