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Weekend-Monday   June 24-26, 2006 Vol 1788 - Sonny on the Causeway

Quote of the Day

"It's so hot today that Bush met with 
  European leaders just for the chilly reception." 
     -- Letterman

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Terrorists in Miami 
Turning Blood Into Gold 
9-11 Was a Crime 
License to Lie 
Hitler vs. Coulter 
Hastert the Crook 
Our Best Option?
Pink to Israel: Tizzle 
Nicole Kidman Weds




"We now have found stockpiles..."
    -- Rick Santorum, (R-Tool) claiming the 2510 dead was worth it, Link

But what do the experts say?
Those Chemical weapons were produced before Poppy's Gulf War and probably
are so old they couldn't be used as designed, intelligence officials said Thursday.

"It is less toxic than most things that Americans have under their kitchen sink at this point..."
    --David Kay, America's top weapons inspector, Link

I hear Roger Hedgehog subbing for the vulgar Pigboy friday.
He went on and on about how this was "vindication" for Bush.
He said he was "puzzled" that Bush wasn't crowing, "I told you so" to the media.

He knows he's lying, but nobody is more stupid than a right-wing talk radio listener.


Terrorists in Miami, Oh My
  by Robert Parry as seen on


The Bush administration finally took action against alleged terrorists living in plain sight in Miami,
but they weren't the right-wing Cuban terrorists implicated in actual acts of terror, such as blowing
a civilian Cuban airliner out of the sky. They were seven young black men whose crime was more
"aspirational than operational," the FBI said.

As media fanfare over the arrests made the seven young men, many sporting dreadlocks, the new face
of the terrorist enemy in America, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales conceded that the men had
no weapons or explosives and represented "no immediate threat."

But Gonzales warned that these kinds of homegrown terrorists "may prove to be (Bart's emphasis)
as dangerous as groups like al-Qaeda." [NYT, June 24, 2006]

So, just like Iraq and North Korea, Bush 'invades' the maybe, these low-rent handjobs, instead of
capturing Osama, who has done known damage already.  Yet the bought-and-paid-for media will
crow about how great Bush is doing his job, how this is "another victory for freedom."

Note:  is the most important site in the Internet




"I come NOT to bring peace, but a sword."
"If you don't have a sword, sell your coat and buy one."
"Those mine enemies that would not have me reign over them,
   bring hither and slay them before me."
    -- Jesus Christ, according to Mike M

I've never heard those quotes before.
"Sell your coat and buy a sword?"

Was Jesus in the NRA?



Turning Blood Into Gold
 How Bush screwd things up again


The offer was made through the Swiss Embassy, which has served as the conduit.  The 2003 proposal
included "full cooperation on nuclear safeguards, 'decisive action,' against terrorists, coordination in Iraq,
ending 'material support' for Palestinian militias and accepting the Saudi initiative for a two-state solution
in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict [which called for all Muslim states to recognize Israel]," the Post reports.
The unprecedented initiative was approved by Ayatollah Khamenei and then-President Kahatami - the
moderate whose attempts at dialogue were mocked and undercut at every turn by the Bush Regime,
helping to discredit the entire reformist movement in Iran and leading to Khatami's replacement by the
militant hardliner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

In other words, everything that Bush says he wants from the Iranians now, he could have had for the asking
- three years ago. What then can we conclude from the rejection of this extraordinary initiative? The answer
is obvious: that the Bush Faction is not really interested in curbing nuclear proliferation or defusing the
powder keg of the Palestinian-Israeli conflict, and the regional and global terror that it spawns.


Subject: Lady Voldemort....

I've been following the "argument" about she-who-must-not-be-named, and I don't get the Dems.
They need to stop slinging mud at each other.

Using the time between now and November to get off their collective asses and actually try to win
something would be time better spent than trashing "her."   Personally, I can't see her doing anything
remarkable between now and the election to unite the party, but if she gets nominated, she gets my vote.
I just hope it will count!

Debbie from Dallas
(not the cheerleader!)


'9-11 was a crime'


To date, Our Government has not explained the collapse of 7 World Trade Center.
My name is Matthew Horton Woodson, and I need your help to solve this crime
I am a candidate for US Congress in Oklahoma's 5th District.


Subject: elect a woman?

According to Mark Crispin Miller's The Bush Dyslexicion, shortly after Poppy's Gulf War,
Bush the Dumb Son couldn't resist crowing, "Do they think America is gonna vote for a Democrat now?"

Most people only underestimate the Big Dawg once...

As I said recently, they'll know if she can win or not before she gets in the race.
Clinton's smart enough to frame the issues, too, as in....

"Do you want the old America back, like it was before Dubya got here?
  Or do you like what he's done with 9-11, Iraq, the economy, and your civil rights?"


Top Ten Reasons to Purchase a BackwardsBush Keychain:

You'll never again be mistaken for a Republican.
Under Bush judges, keychains will soon be illegal
and therefore a collector's item


The Hitler vs. Coulter Quiz
 Who said the following quotes?


"Liberals have a preternatural gift for striking a position on the side of treason...
 Whenever the nation is under attack, from within or without, liberals side with the enemy."

 Who said that, Hitler or the She-Thing?


Subject: What if?

Bart, what if the president of Iraq gives Saddam a full pardon?
What would Bush do?

 Wil B

Maybe the'd hire him to bring order back to Bush's Hellhole.



Hastert, Others make Crooked Deals


 Dennis Hastert (R-Sweaty Wrestler.) made a $2 million profit last year on the sale of land
near a highway project that he helped to finance with targeted federal funds.

A Republican House member from California, meanwhile, received nearly double what he paid for
a four-acre parcel near an Air Force base after securing $8 million for a planned freeway interchange
16 miles away. And another California GOP congressman obtained funding in last year's highway bill
for street improvements near a planned residential and commercial development that he co-owns.

Hastert and his crooks say that they were securing funds their home districts wanted badly,
and that in no way did the earmarks have any impact on the land values of their investments.

Remember when they tried to hang Roger Clinton for making money off his brother's presidency?
The GOP just steals millions and, since they're the majority, it's all legal.


Subject:  Is Bush above the law?

I was in the courtroom Friday in San Francisco watching the Bush Administration argue in front of
the court that Bush was above the law.  They stated that the Electronic Frontier Foundation can not
sue AT&T for  tapping our phones without a warrant.

I sat there in amazement as they actually told the judge that if Congress passed a law prohibiting
what they are doing that Bush would refuse to obey it and it would create a constitutional crisis.

It was like I was a witness to the death of freedom.

Marc Perkel
San Francisco, CA.


Monkey Quotes

"It is important to have members of Congress who will not
  wave the white flag of surrender in this war on terror."
      -- The Murder Monkey, pretending that has happened, Link

Matt Lauer: The white flag of surrender - that's a harsh expression to use against the Democrats.
                      Have you heard any Democrats calling for the white flag of surrender?

Dan Bartlett:Well, I have heard a lot of Democrats call this President a liar, saying we've gone
                        into Iraq for the wrong reasons, saying that he's incomptent...    Link

 So why is Democratic truth-telling an excuse for GOP lie telling?


Subject: WPE stickers arrived

Bart ole buddy, the WPE stickers arrived with the Impeach The Monkey sticker, too.

A note on the envelope said that you were sorry to be so late.
Ole buddy, not late at all.  You sent the ones that I ordered last August!!!

However, I can use the new ones.
The one on my car went with the car when I sold it last month.
The new owner wanted it and I gave the other one to a friend.

I thank you very much,
Dave in L.A.

Dude, I need a staff...:)


Pink: Israel, Tizzle down this Wizzle
 He thinks Gilmore is hard-headed?


Legendary British rocker Roger Waters - co-creator of Pink Floyd - performed for Israeli fans
on Thursday, after calling on Israel to "tizzle down the wizzle" on the West Bank.

Just before the end of the concert, Waters addressed his audience.
"I believe we need this generation of Iswizzles to tizzle down the wizzles and make
  pizzle with their nizzles," he said, setting off cheers from Jewish Snoop Dogg fans.


saw it on

Subject: I wonder

I wonder if a class action suit could be organized for maimed, orphaned and widowed victims
against orgs like the WaHoPo ? Fox News etc for conspiracy, RICO and fraud for lying us into
an unnecessary war. The victims in Iraq may be advised to organize a similar action.

D Christie

D, I like the sound of that.


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Subject: evil Cleopatra

She who can't be named...

(1) Took a $100,000 bribe, camouflaged as futures trades, from Tyson Foods Inc.
(2) Speculated in Health Care industry futures while overseeing legislative reform of same.
(3) Failed to correct false testimony by co-defendant Ira  Magaziner in Health Care trial.
(4) Obstructed justice by ordering the shredding of Vince Foster's documents in the Rose Law Firm.
(5) Ordered members of the Health Care Task Force to shred documents that were the target of a court probe.
(6) Ordered the removal of documents from Vince Foster's office.
(7) Told aides to lie about their removal of documents from  Foster's office
(8) Obstructed justice by keeping her billing records, (under subpoena) in the White House residence.
(9) Lied to investigators about her knowledge about billing records.
(10) Lied to investigators about her involvement in the Castle Grande land flip con.
(11) Ordered the use of the FBI to discredit Travel Office employees.
(12) Lied to investigators about her involvement in the firing of Travel Office Employees.


Dude, you forgot Mena airport and the people Hillary had whacked.


License to Lie
 Bush blameless if Cheney didn't tell him?


Cheney's strategy of keeping Bush in the dark went back to Watergate. The break-in was not the problem for Cheney:
The problem was that Nixon should have been "protected" from knowing about it. It was his knowledge that ultimately
led to his undoing. Keeping information from Bush allowed him to say anything without ever being held accountable.
"He could essentially be 'deniable' about his own statements." The most notorious case of this was the NIE, laying out
the case for war. Bush was given only the summary, which did not include the caveats about the yellowcake and
aluminum tubes claims. Since Bush had not read the actual NIE, when those claims later turned out to be false, no one
could accuse him of lying. And in the meantime, the higher good -- the war -- would have been achieved.

Remember how Bush used to execute prisoners in Texas?
The Texas Parole Board would write a 25 page summary of the facts of the case.
Instead of reading the summary, Bush would ask the messenger, "Is he guilty?"
The messenger would say, "yes," so Bush had the guy killed.

He was too lazy to do his job, and what, 300 men died as a result?.

Bush has taken that same "work ethic" to the world stage.
Always in the dark, always ignorant of the facts, he then makes "gut calls,"
and expects his faith in a doesn't-exist God to make things work out for the best.

He might as well be asking a rabbit's foot or the Magic Eight Ball for guidance.
And the result?

Bush and his friends make billions of dollars and we lose 2520 soldiers.


Iraq PM offers Amnesty, Timetable


Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki offered amnesty to "insurgents" and said Sunday that
lawmakers should set a timeline for the Iraqi military and police to take control of Iraq.
There was no mention of any timetable for the withdrawal of U.S.-led forces in Iraq.

However, the top commander in Iraq has drafted a plan for drawing down the American
presence by two combat brigades just before the fall elections to help the republican's campaign.

I thought timetables were bad - so why is Bush cutting and running?

If soldiers' lives are precious right before an election, why aren't they precious now?

If the Democrats wanted to take control (should I bother to finish this sentence?)
   they could commission a poll that asks, "Should Bush keep combat troops in a country
   where the PM offers amnesty to the evildoers who are killing American soldiers?"

As we all know, you can rig a poll to get whatever result you want. If the Dems took my advice
the results would probably come back with 80 percent saying "Remove the troops if the PM
is offering amnesty to the evildoers," and they could wave that poll on all the Sunday talk shows

...if they wanted to win.


Subject: lay off Fitz

Five reasons why:

1. Rove testified FIVE TIMES.  Not a sign of Fitz rolling over.

2. Truthout continues to stand by its indictment story, and their source was Fitz's office.
     Reading between the lines, he forced Rove's hand to GIVE UP CHENEY.  He's the target now.
    There was a deal made, no matter what Luskin might say.  (Fitz has an Ace and he ain't playing it until he has to.
    This was the ONLY leak I can recall in this case. Compare that to Ken Starr.)

 Dude, you don't really believe that, do you?
 If Rove testifies against Cheney and Cheney is charged, I'll buy you a car.

3. Luskin is a bigmouth, as is Rove.  Where was the shameless gloating?  Why did the story
    disappear after a day?  The dog was wagged with Zarqawi and Bush visiting Iraq.

4. Fitz has been very careful, very meticulous in building a case even in the face of obstruction
    from EVERYONE in this Admin, including AG Torture Boy.  Is there ANYONE else in this
    Admin who has done their job with care, competence, and without leaks?  He has insured that
    any "out of control prosecutor" charge is laughable.

5. Don't you think the Rove team wants you and all of us to turn on Fitz?  Do you really want to
    promote bi-partisan dislike for the only guy with the power to bring down President Cheney?

   Here's a great rundown in detail:

 Dude, I'll buy you a car if Rove gets Cheney charged.
 Will you buy me a tank of gas if he doesn't?


Subject: BCR Show #94

Hey Bart,

Show 94 is amazing.  I agree with the guy who said it's your best one yet.
It is packed with so much info from so many sources, some of the best music ever
(though that's always awesome), and tastefully seasoned with classic Bart perspective.

I got so inspired I had to shut it off twice to get up and go do something with what I'd just heard.
I love Tommy Mack and  I've elected him to be my new honorary room mate.  Great comedy piece
from Lewis Black.  He has come up with the best idea, hands down, for electing our next president.

Great show Bart! 
I like every show you've ever done but this one deserves a standing ovation.
Angie in CA


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Cut and Run our Best (only?) Option?


'Quandary for the Democrats," said the BBC newsreader. The quandary is whether they should
continue to support the war in Iraq or insist on early withdrawal, in which case they know that the
Republicans will accuse them of defeatism and cowardice, if not downright treason.

But this is in truth a quandary for all of us in those countries whose leaders embarked on the war.
Life would be simpler if it were a choice between good and bad. In practice, politics is more often
a choice between the preferable and the detestable, but even that doesn't describe the alternatives in Iraq.
We are now faced with a choice between the detestable and the even worse.

Hmmm, that sounds like our choices for president.
Do you vote for someone you WISH could win?
Or do you vote for the person most likely to get rid of Bush?

Sadly, I know the answer to that one.


Subject: Clinton and hindsight

OJ didn't kill anybody.

Repeating the lie that he did doesn't make it so.
Don't do that.

It cheapens your whole program.
Believe me...


Dude, I'm all about spreading lies.
Don't you read my Monkey Mail?


 Iraq pumps 2,000,000 barrels a day,
(and that was before the 2002 Halliburton Upgrade)
 times today's oil price which is about $71 a barrel
makes $142,000,000 Bush stole just yesterday

No wonder they were so eager to start a war

Bush's 'Bring 'em on' death taunt is up to...

2510....2517 American victims

We lost seven over the weekend.

Happy Memorial Day!
Happy Fourth of July!


By Christmas, 
Bush will have killed
more Americans 
than Osama

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Subject: Kos was right


Pandering to the Kos crowd is a completely useless move.  I've been reading DailyKos for a while,
and I know there is no way whatsoever that - when the shit hits the fan - the Kos crowd would ever 
vote against stopping the GOP from yet another term.

Hmmm, no way they'd ever vote against stopping the GOP?
Taking away the double negatives, you're saying at the end of the day, the Kos people will
get behind someone who is so hated by the far left that we can't even mention her name?


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"Rove's military experience, like Cheney's, is absolutely zero.  Murtha knows about war.
  Murtha won two Purple Hearts, a Bronze Star and the Vietnamese Cross of Gallantry.
  Even at 74, he could kick Rove's pasty posterior - assuming he could outrun the little creep."
      -- Gene Lyons,    Link


Subject: liberal sites have bartcop problem?

Wow—that's interesting.
I'm somewhat of a liberal website junkie, and I've never once seen dissing Bartcop.
Hmmm.  Wonder what sites this guy is talking about?

No matter.
Keep on you crazy radical freethinking voice in the wilderness!
If we weren't laughing with you, we'd all be crying.

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