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Friday Cinco de Mayo, 2006 Volume
1758 - Agave Sacramenta
"Any day now, I expect to hear Republicans
have set up blamebillclinton.org.
Or perhaps he can be retroactively
impeached on a new list of charges."
-- Dick Polman, on Bill Frist blaming Clinton for Bush's gasoline prices,
& the Courtier Press
by Robert Parry as seen on consortiumnews.com
Cohen's column is another sign of what's terribly
wrong with the U.S. news media: With few exceptions,
the Washington press corps has failed to hold
Bush and his top advisers accountable for their long record
of deception and for actions that have violated
U.S. constitutional principles and American moral standards.
Over the past several years, as Bush asserted
unlimited presidential powers and implemented policies that
have led the United States into the business
of torture and an unprovoked war in Iraq, Washington journalists
mostly stayed on the sidelines or actively assisted
the administration, often wrapping its extraordinary actions
in a cloak of normality designed more to calm
than alert the public. At such a dangerous moment, when a
government is committing crimes of state, politeness
is not necessarily a virtue.
Only the likes of Richard Cohen could see Bush
as the victim and Colbert as the bully.
As always, you should take the time to read Parry's entire column.
Note: Consortiumnews.com is the most important site in
Called On Lies
Speaking in Atlanta today, Rumsfeld was sharply
questioned about his pre-war claims about WMD in Iraq.
An audience member confronted Rumsfeld with his
2003 claim about WMD, "We know where they are."
Rumsfeld falsely claimed he never said it. The
audience member then read Rumsfeld's quote back to him,
leaving the defense secretary speechless
Friday morning, even whore CNN is running the clip of Rummy saying,
"I never said we knew where the WMDs were,"
and then running the clip of Rummy saying,
"The WMDs are in Tikrit, and North, South,
East & West of Baghdad."
When Clinton sorta lied about sex, the whore media (and some back-stabbing
Democrats) demanded he be strung up.
When these bastards lie 2410
soldiers into their graves, we're told, "Now's
not the time to play the blame game."
Bottom Line: America's whore media is for sale and the GOP has
King George is Killing Free Speech
The most scathing public critique of Bush and
the complicity of a craven press corps was delivered at the
WHCA dinner by a comedian. Bush was reported
afterwards to be seething, while the press corps responded
with stone-cold silence. In many of their reports
of the event they airbrushed out the joker.
Stephen Colbert performed within 10 yards of Bush's
hostile stare and before 2,600 members of the press and their guests.
After his mock praise of Bush as a rock against
reality, Colbert censured the press by flattering its misfeasance. "Over
last five years you people were so good - over
tax cuts, WMD intelligence, the effect of global warming. We Americans
didn't want to know, and you had the courtesy
not to try to find out ... Here's how it works: the president makes decisions...
The press secretary announces those decisions,
and you people of the press type those decisions down. Make, announce,
Just put 'em through a spellcheck and go home
... Write that novel you got kicking around in your head. You know, the
about the intrepid Washington reporter with the
courage to stand up to the administration. You know - fiction!".
This story keeps growing.
Colbert exposed the Murder Monkey and his fawning whore press and they're
not happy about it.
Thirteen days before he announced United States-led
coalition forces had begun the war to "disarm Iraq,
to free its people and to defend the world from
grave danger," Bush on the evening of March 6, 2003,
strolled into the East Room for a rare press
conference -- just his eighth since taking office.
The press corps's barely-there performance that
night, as reporters quietly melted into the scenery, coming at
such a crucial moment in time remains an industry-wide
embarrassment. Laying out the reasons for war,
Bush that night mentioned al-Qaida 9-11 thirteen
times in less than an hour, yet not a single journalist challenged
the presumed connection Bush was making between
al-Qaida and Iraq, despite the fact that intelligence sources
had publicly questioned any such association.
And during the Q&A session, nobody bothered to ask Bush about
Osama, whom Bush had vowed to capture. Follow-up
questions were nonexistent, which only encouraged Bush
to give answers to questions he was not
Thank you, again, Stephen Colbert, for calling these cowards out.
Subject: Bird Flu panic
Bart, you wrote:
> Or will the BFEE makes billions from that
> Is that the name of the game?
> The worse things get, the money money they
The name of the game is fear.
This administration governs by fear - it uses
these terror tactics to distract the American people
from what they're really up to: putting into
action the PNAC agenda of global economic/political
domination. And if they can steal a few billion
extra bucks while they're at itů why not?
We all know the drill by now. George's ratings
are in the garbage and he'll do anything - ANYTHING
- to ensure a neo-con hold on Washington. Just
like he used 9/11 for his own purposes, he will create
another one (Iran? Bird flu?) to create panic
before the November '06 elections.
When I heard the phrase "travel restrictions"
used in describing W's plan for an eventual pandemic,
I thought to myself, Oh brother! Here it comes!
Marshall law can't be far behind.
"George Packer captured the moral dimension
of our current national predicament.
He describes Bush's strategy as "muddling
through the rest of his Presidency, without being forced
to admit defeat, until January of 2009, when
the war will become a new President's problem."
This really is the issue. Brazen it out, burn
off men and money, not admit there's any real problem
and then pass it off on the next guy who will
take the blame. The president lacks the courage to
change course. The whole country is paralyzed
by his cowardice."
-- Josh Marshall,
Will history books praise Bush as the wise and brave war president who
got everything right?
In his audacious courage, Colbert reminds me of
"Tank Man" of Tiananmen Square fame.
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Spankings are free
about Bird Flu
This totally new, virulent but unknown and unexpected
disease - spread around the world almost instantly
- killed a total of 774 people. Thousands more
people die from diseases like malaria and dengue fever every year.
Unlike SARS and the Spanish flu, the world now
expects a disastrous, world-wide influenza pandemic.
So everybody's watching for it. The moment someone
catches the H5N1 virus from a bird, they're isolated.
Birds carrying the virus are being culled in
the millions - further reducing the chances of it mutating into
something that can jump from human to human.
However, as the British Medical Journal put it
in its October 29 issue:
"The lack of sustained human-to-human transmission
suggested that this H5N1 virus does not currently have
the capacity to cause a human pandemic," adding
that the warnings are entirely a theoretical speculation.
Still, with Bush in charge, one needs to be afraid.
Congrats to Cory
On Veronica Mars last Tuesday, somebody was shot and killed.
What about his death was ironic?
He had a gun, but he was shooting blanks.
What's Bill Clinton's birthday? (Don't need the year)
Del Castillo has a new CD out - Brotherhood.
Rick Del Castillo played guitar at Bart's Hard Rock Island for
There were two, either will do, so you have a double shot at getting
Bad Habit or Akasha
Cory gets the chocolate,
second & third place got 30 days of BCR
And if you'd like some great chocolate, Link
Order now, before summer gets here.
Subject: You're usually so good...
At recognizing diversionary tactics and propaganda:
Flu is All Fake
Dude, I have a bad feeling about this one.
They say if everything goes wrong, up to 1/3
of us will die.
Considering what I have to gain by being prepared,
divided by what I have to lose by not being prepared,
...the smart money is on being prepared.
by Chris Floyd, as seen on smirkingchimp.com
To put it simply, America must have unfettered
access to Persian Gulf oil in order to maintain the infrastructure
of its economy - indeed of its entire society,
which is based on the availability of cheap gasoline and other
petroleum-based products. In the coming decades
of oil scarcity, the vast reserves in the Middle East will be
even more crucial. The Bush Administration estimates
that Iraq's current reserves, when fully developed,
could reach as high as 220 billion barrels; if
the still unexplored territories of its western wasteland are counted,
this figure could top 300 billion - far surpassing
the reserves of Saudi Arabia, as Paul William Roberts reports
in his book, A
War Against Truth. What's more, Iraqi oil is easy to extract
- hence remarkably profitable.
Yet military families are still eager to hand their children
over to Bush.
I can't understand that.
The net's best advertising deal
ratings keep falling
Republicans fear an Election Day massacre
33 percent of the public approves of Bush's job
45 percent of conservatives disapprove of the
25 of the public approves of the job Congress
65 percent of conservatives disapprove of Congress.
31 percent of conservatives want Republicans
out of power.
"I have women who offer to sleep with me all
the time. But not men.
They're all talk and nay action --
as we say in Scotland."
Shirley Manson, Link
Subject: Kristol recommended
Bart, recently Stephen had Bill Kristol on his
show and Bill said Stephen
should appreciate the fact that he was the one
recommending Stephen for the gig!
And Stephen agreed and thanked him on air!
Bill Kristol, like Pat Buchanan, is not Bush's biggest
It's strikingly like those of "battered women's
syndrome," only the abusive partner is the Bush administration.
I know. You're thinking, "Come on. Aren't we talking
about consenting Republicans here?
Sure, there's an occasional spat between Congress
and the White House, but it's just a minor domestic dispute.
We shouldn't interfere." But that trivializes
both the abuse and its broader societal ramifications.
Tijuana would be fine but Vancouver has got truckloads
of BC Bud -- simply the finest anywhere.
Plus you wouldn't have any worries about being
kidnapped by the federales. . .
The Most High Rev. Jim
Dude, avoiding more time in a Mexican jail
is really, really high on my list of things to do.
Recently, my friend of 35 years (and cellmate) Carl was in town for
a few days.
We talked about that night in Mexico - we remember things differently,
which is really interesting.
Carl dealt No Limit Texas Hold'Em at Binion's Horseshoe (where
it was born) for 28 years.
He told me stories about all the big poker players.
He said Phil-the-Brat Hellmuth dealt poker with him at the Trop for
years. (details not guaranteed)
He told me lots of killer, inside and behind-the-scenes personal poker
stories that, in the end,
might allow me to write off the hamburger dinner that we cooked for
him that one night :)
"When Joe Biden says Moussaoui may not have
gotten the better end of the deal, you can't fool me.
I know exactly what he's talking
about: the old bend-over-forward-and-grab-the-ankles in prison time."
-- Rush the vulgar Pigboy, fantasizing about being raped by his cellmate
has good stuff.
Why so Defensive?
I continue to mull why the mainstream press reacted
so negatively to Colbert's performance.
It's worth looking at where Colbert was coming
from. His show, of course, is a spin-off from
Jon Stewart's Daily Show. Both Colbert and Stewart
have risen to superstar status largely by
on the Bush administration -- and on the press corps that transmits said
without the appropriate skepticism or irony.
Kerry got on with his life. Too bad you
You are like Leno still making Monica jokes.
I got cash money that says you can't back that
That story was written because Kerry is talking
about screwing up our future - again.
Forgive me if I'm tired of throwing the election
to the retarded murder monkey.
Are you afraid to deal with what is Kerry is saying,
or are you afraid to lose some stupid bit.
I don't hear Kerry - nobody does.
Kerry could set his hair on fire and nobody would
listen to him.
Kerry is damaged goods - severely damaged.
Kerry's the guy who was accused of stealing his
Purple Hearts with self-inflicted war wounds,
and since he never bothered to deny it, he became
the cowardly thief they said he was.
I'm not sure what "bit" I'd lose if Kerry was
taken seriously, but it doesn't matter.
Yeah, we all get it. Dems are Pussies, it
was funny the first million times.
Obviously, the message hasn't been delivered.
They still act like scared, retarded pussies
after all the years of losing thru cowardice and inaction.
Well, dumbfuck, they are the only hope now.
Yeah, that's why I'm betting on the GOP's half-sane
wing to save us.
You have to understand - even if the Democrats
win 100 Senate seats and 435 in the House,
they're still the weakest bunch of sacless
wonders who claimed to care about the little guy.
They can come back from this, but they can't
change their past.
And computer wimps that sit on their ass and do
nothing are a waste of time.
Oh, and Skeeters2525@aol.com's
contribution to the battle so far has been what?
Sending snot-grams to a lefty who's urging the
Democrats to stand up and fight back?
Get a life. Kerry has.
I want John to have a long, happy life.
But I don't want his political cowardice to hurt
America any more.
"I'm the only member of my family that doesn't
have a college degree,
and I'm smarter than all of them."
-- Rush the on-probation heroin junkie who pays his wives
Subject: Screw the Bird Flu
Do you realize that the "regular" flu kills over
35,000 Americans EVERY YEAR?
And these government douchebags are whipping
the population into a frenzy over bird flu,
a disease which has killed roughly 125 people
in the entire world ver a 7 year period?
Stop falling for bird flu nonsense and demand
enough vaccine next winter for the entire population
to protect us against a disease which strikes
millions of us and kills 35,000 Americans a year.
Dude, I hope you're right.
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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 $69.94
Bush stole just yesterday
...add to that, Iran pumps FOUR
M barrels a day.
Once the sick bastard invades, that's 6 M barrels
times today's oil price which is
$69.94 a barrel
dollars Bush will steal daily
No wonder they were so eager to start a war
...and what did it cost us?
"Why aren't Democrats leading an anti-war movement?
Are they waiting for a shift
in the polls?
-- Eddie Vedder, singer for Pearl Jam,
Eddie, good question,
Bush can't hardly sink much lower.
ready for $5 gas?
Bush is working to make that happen
Tight petroleum supplies amid soaring demand
(and a crooked, oily president) could
crude oil prices above $100 a barrel by this
winter, energy experts warned yesterday.
That could translate into $5 gas and spike home
heating oil an additional 30%, analysts said.
Iran's deputy oil minister fueled the paranoia
yesterday by predicting that crude could hit $100
a barrel by the end of the year - $26 above even
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"Coverage of Bush's skit entered the 24-hour
news cycle with little or no mention of Colbert's
scathing monologue. This isn't surprising.
Mr. Colbert indicted the D.C. media establishment
for mindless complacency, as well. To mention
Mr. Colbert's criticism of the president would
also have meant examining his charge of media
bungling. Hacks and politicians were scandalized
by his honesty and "bad manners."...What did
they expect Mr. Colbert to do? It was like hiring
George Carlin for his street cred, but hoping
he'd turn out to be more like Yakov Smirnoff."
-- PittsburgH Post-Gazette Editorial,
Subject: Patterns of Force
Regarding the title of Volume 1757, "Patterns
Are you a Star Trek fan? (I think you are,
having read some past volumes).
The "Patterns of Force" episode from the original
Star Trek show involved a Starfleet captain who went bonkers,
traveled to an alien planet, and set up his own
"government" based on Hitler's Third Reich - complete with sieg heils
and Nazi uniforms! Captain Kirk beams down
to this planet and has to figure out a way to reason with this nutjob,
who has brainwashed the entire planet's population
with his Nazi ideology. In the end, the basket case captain has
to be killed so that the planet's population
can think on its own again.
So many analogies to make, so little time.
Keep up the good work.
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Subject: Medical bill
Bart ol' pal, I'm going to be sending you a bill
for my trip to the ER this morning.
I scrolled down to the bottom of your page where
I encountered Shirley, sexily puckered
and holding her own breasts. I passed out
and cracked my head open on the desk.
This old man can't take that kind of excitement
early in the morning!
But keep it coming anyway.
Have a great day.
James, be careful when you see today's picture.
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"I'm a busy woman, I got shit to do, Your
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