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Weekend-Monday  March 3, 2007  Vol 1937 - Murder is fun

Quote of the Day

"We didn't create the war in Iraq. 
  We didn't create the war on terror."  
    --Tony Snow, lying again,   Link

  Saddam had a lot of nerve, taunting Bush
  with his unhung neck all those years.

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Prosecutor Games 
Domenici tampers 
Dems rock Selma 
Happypants & Brigham 
GOP heroes short supply 
Why I Hate Her
Kim Butters Bush 
Jennifer Love Hewitt

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"This is a town that refuses to be devastated."
   -- Bush, touring Enterprize, AL, which was devastated

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Bush Family's Prosecutor Games
  by Robert Parry

George W. Bush learned at least one lesson from his father: You want your federal prosecutors to be 
team players who will throw a political elbow or two when the White House needs some help.

When George H.W. Bush faced a tough reelection battle in 1992, his administration tried to destroy 
Bill Clinton by implicating him in criminal investigations. But those plans collapsed when federal law 
enforcement officials, including a U.S. Attorney in Arkansas, resisted what they saw as improper 
White House political pressure.

Now, the younger George Bush is moving to ensure that he won't be sabotaged by similarly independent
-minded prosecutors. The WaHoPo says that the White House approved the firing of seven U.S. attorneys 
at the end of 2006 after the Justice Department identified them as insufficiently supportive of Bush's policies.

The Justice Department got input on the firings from congressional Republicans, including Sen. Pete Domenici 
of New Mexico who criticized the performance of U.S. Attorney David Iglesias, the Post reported.

Domenici admits tampering


Sen. Pete V. Domenici (R-Scumbag) admits that he contacted the U.S. attorney in Albuquerque last year 
to ask about an ongoing corruption probe of Democrats, but said he "never pressured him nor threatened him in any way."

Domenici also told the Justice Department it should replace U.S. Attorney David Iglesias, one of eight federal 
prosecutors fired in December. But Domenici claims the recommendation came before his call to Iglesias about 
the criminal investigation.

"In retrospect, I regret making that call and I apologize," Domenici said of talking to Iglesias. "However, at no time 
in that conversation or any other conversation with Mr. Iglesias did I ever tell him what course of action I thought 
he should take on any legal matter. I have never pressured him nor threatened him in any way."

Of course he didn't.
If the GOP was corrupt, the voters would vote them out of power.

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" Last night, John McCain -- right here on this program -- announced he's running for president. 
   And then today, he shaved his head and checked into rehab."  
       -- David Letterman

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Subject: Bremer's lost cash

Hi Bart, eemember when Bremer lost a "TON" of money that was flown to Iraq - and got a medal for it?!
and the nearly 100K acres of paraguay real estate?  who would have thought things were so expensive in 
Iraq that they needed ONLY $100 bills? 

With that kind of money who needs to "steal" oil  when its so much easier just to print it and lose it? 
Or should I say its easier to "lose" the money when you have that much? 

Forget oil.  Oil is just a metaphor for power (or so it seems.) 
Cash gets the job done on the ground.

You're forgetting the insatiable greed of oil men like Bush & Cheney.
They're not happy stealing billions, they want it all.


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"I think Saddam thought he had weapons of mass destruction, but he didn't."  
    -- Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-Handjob, sounding as stupid as Bush,   Link

 So, if Saddam he knew he wasn't stockpiling WMDs
 he would be alive today and WWIII would not have started?

"When Saddam Hussein says he has no weapons of mass destruction, he means what he says." 
   -- Saddam Hussein,  March 17, 2003    Link

 The fact is, Bush had Saddam murdered because he thinks murder is fun.

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Subject: suicidal bombers FAVOR Americans!

Bart, you wrote, in part:

> "Bush's bloody quagmire, plus Abu Graib and green-lighting Israel's invasion on Lebanon 
> haven't exactly made us favorites in the world of suicide bombers."

"'Some say,' au contrere, mon frere!"  The behaviour of this administration has the 'cidal bombers ranking us
as "most favoured status" for them to retaliate against us.  At any moment look for another '9/11' incident, 
where our limited remaining defense forces are ordered out of stand-by, and into 'war games'; which, of course,
leaves the door open again, just like the BFEE planned for the previous 9/11.

To quote a sage American, "Have I told you lately how much I HATE these people?"

Be well,
Alvin in L.A.

I think they'll wait until election eve for the next attack.
That will give Bush an excuse to postpone the elections "for our safety."

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Obama, Clintons rock Selma


More than a thousand people gathered Sunday for the 1965 "Bloody Sunday" voting rights march
and remarked how the original protest paved the way for modern-day candidates to break political barriers.

Participants retraced the steps to the bridge where marchers were beaten back by racist republicans
as they marched from Selma to Montgomery in support of opening polls to blacks across the South.

"We're in the presence today of giants whose shoulders we stand on," Obama said . "People who battled
on behalf not just of African-Americans but on behalf of all Americans, who battled for America's soul,
that shed blood, that endured taunts and torment."

"I know if cousin Pookie would vote, if brother Jethro would get off the couch and stop watching TV
and go register some folks and go to the polls, we'd have a different kind of politics," Obama said,
the crowd rising to its feet. "Kick off your bedroom slippers, put on your marching shoes!"

"We've got to stay awake, we've got to stay awake because we have a march to finish,"
Mrs. Clinton said, "a march towards one America."

Her voice rising, she said: "Poverty and growing inequality matter. Health care matters.
The people of the Gulf Coast matter. Our soldiers matter. Our future matters."

Big Dog, the most blessed speaker of the three, half-joked that he had been bested by the other two.
"All the good speaking has been done - I'm just sort of bringing up the rear," he lied.

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Get your peace t-shirts at

Happypants & Brigham entertain GOP base
 This is the weekend McCain lost the '08 election


Rudy (R-3Wives) and Mitt (R-9coming) frequently invoked The Reagan Ghost and boasted about
their allegiance to the GOP's core principles as they sought to skeptical handjobs Friday.

Meanwhile, McCain (R-Torture-Happy) couldn't be bothered.
"It just didn't fit in with our schedule," McCain said while trying to figure out how he lost everything.

They hated McCain before he dissed them.
What chance does Mr. Surge have now?

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Subject: pathetic

Oh Bart...!?

Her "I was MISLED about WMD lies-to-war"
is a PATHETICALLY LAME excuse (as you well know..)

LLCJ, most  Dem senators voted the same way,
but you single her out - why?

Because she's going to be president?
Why hate her for that?

Why not scream at Breaux, Cantwell, Carnahan, Max Cleland, Dascle, Dodd,
Dorgan, Edwards, Feinstein, Harkin, Hollings, Kerry, Landrieu, Lincoln, Mikulski,
both Nelsons, Harry Reid,  Rockefeller, Schumer, Torricelli and others...

Why is only one senator worthy of your rage?

It's a simple question.
Can anybody answer?

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GOP heroes in short supply

Giuliani talked about how he destroyed the Mafia in New York when he was mayor, basically through 
the use of informers and electronic surveillance and even occasionally killing a few of them when they 
tried to shoot it out with the police.

All those techniques, he said, could be used to fight terrorism - "remain on the offence" as he put it - if he 
became president. No mention of gay rights or abortion or even gun control, which he favours. Perhaps the 
fact that members of the National Rifle Association seemed to make up half the audience meant Giuliani had
decided talk of gun control here might not be a great idea.

He left the stage to the sound of Frank Sinatra singing New York New York, which seemed appropriate
given the late Sinatra's alleged ties to the Mob.

If you watched TV this weekend, you know McCain ain't going to make it,
Rudy ain't going to make it and neither is Romney - so who does that leave - Gingrich?


"How can you have the mess we have in New Orleans, where 22,000 people were so 
  uneducated and so unprepared, they literally couldn't get out of the way of a hurricane."  
      -- Newt Gingrich,  'Failure of Citizenship'",   Link

 Damn, I've seen Newt say some really hateful things over the years, 
 but the poor, black citizens of New Orleans were "too stupid to avoid a hurricane?"

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Subject: Polygamists


I was listening to show 108 and you were talking about Mitt the Morman.  
Living in Utah, I have worked with many Polygamist women, the men do not work in the public domain.  
For the older women from outside the fundie LDS church this lifestyle is a choice.  But for the women 
born into it they are traded from family to family with no choice in who they are forced to marry.  
And the young male polygamists are sorted into castes, where only the chosen few are allowed to 
remain in the church.  The other young males "lost boys" we call them are ordered to leave town 
and are totally ignored after that.  Since the fundie church "owns" all property of the flock when a 
person leaves the flock all they take with them is the clothes on their backs.  

My point here is the reference you made to polygamy in your show that "everybody wants to stick 
their nose in other peoples business".  Bart, polygamy is NOT a choice for these young people - they are 
born into it and then brainwashed.  They few women that escape are shunned by the fundies and can't take 
their children with them, even though the male children will be forced to leave when they are eighteen. 

So please don't say it is nosey to want to limit this lifestyle.  There are lots of victims.  
By the way I love your shows and listen to them repeatedly.
 Utah Jim 

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The Case That Should Have Changed History

Working with thousands of unreleased documents and drawing on more than one thousand interviews, 
with many witnesses speaking out for the first time, Joan Mellen revisits the investigation of New Orleans 
district attorney Jim Garrison, the only public official to have indicted, in 1969, a suspect in JFK's murder.

Garrison began by exposing the contradictions in the Warren Report, which concluded that Oswald was 
an unstable pro-Castro Marxist who acted alone in killing Kennedy. A FAREWELL TO JUSTICE reveals 
that Oswald was no Marxist and was in fact working with both the FBI and the CIA, as well as with U.S. Customs, 
and that the attempts to sabotage Garrison's investigation reached the highest levels of the U.S. government.

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Subject: My WPE shirt

Hey Bart,
I went to the Eric Clapton concert last night here in San Antonio.
A guy come up to me and tell me that he wanted a shirt too. So I gave him your website.
Then he told me I had a lot of balls to wear that shirt as proudly as I do, so he bought me a beer.

Just thought I would pass this on.......
Keep up the fight.........

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Subject: Does Rep. Rahm Emmanuel read Bartcop?

I told my wife this same thing after reading you.

Emmanuel's comments on the House floor laid bare the Republicans' hypocrisy:

"I must ask my colleagues on the other side of the aisle. Does Ann Coulter speak for you 
when she suggests poisoning Supreme Court justices or slanders the 9/11 widows? 
If not, speak now. Your silence allows her to be your spokesman."

Keep swinging!
Joe L

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Subject: Identifying a Nazi

Hi Bart,

Over the last six years our nation has had a chance to put the pieces of the puzzle together, and finally,
albeit a little too late, our President is seen by the majority as what he is.  He is an unabashed Nazi.
Call it "corporatism", as Dick Cheney once quoted Mussolini as calling it.  Whatever you call it,
it is the rule of the privileged few over the subservient masses using the power of money.

At least ten years ago I recall identifying the problem of fascism in America, and discussing it with people,
only to be made to feel like a lunatic by most.  It couldn't happen here.  Well, it has.  We even see our
President planning to move his base of operations to Paraguay to join his Nazi friends.  He is NOT the
President of the People of the United States of America.  He is a traitor, pure and simple.  He and his
cohorts belong in the history books alongside Hitler, Mussolini, Mengele and the hoards of monsters
that want nothing more than to bring down our country and its people, and watch from a distance.

Do we all see him and his criminal friends, finally, for what they are?  Are we finally ready to defend
our nation by driving these criminals back into the slimy bogs from which they crawled?  What will it take
for all of us to see how we have been betrayed, and what we will have to do to restore our Constitution
and Laws even to a weak semblance of what they were just a few years ago?

Wake up, America!

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Saw it at


"You may have noticed a subtle difference this week in D.C. The air -- a little crisper. 
  The food -- a little more tasty. Homeless people -- weren't being discovered drained of blood. 
  It could only mean one thing: Vice President Cheney was out of town." 
    -- Jon Stewart

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Bush's 'Torture Taxis'


Human rights activists and foreign governments friendly to the U.S. are outraged
because of a kidnapping operation being run by American intelligence agencies.

Why would that outrage anybody?

People have been snatched in broad daylight and then whisked to secret prisons, possibly for torture.
The planes used in this illegal operation are often seen in Las Vegas, but the connection goes much deeper.

The I-Team first reported on the so-called "torture taxis" in 2006 and has spotted these planes
coming in and out of Las Vegas on several occasions.  The aircraft are owned by shell companies
set up by unknown agencies, but probably the Central Intelligence Agency

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Bush to L'il Kim: I brought the Butter

Der Monkey will soon recommend releasing a shipload of frozen North Korean bank accounts, officials say,
that closeted-gay Neocons hope will keep North Korea from reneging on its pledge to scrap nuclear weapons.

Bush has declared that several million dollars connected to North Korea are not tainted by links to rogue
nuclear proliferation or allegations of counterfeiting, smuggling and other crimes as Bush has alleged for years.

The U.S. move is expected to free up to $12 million in blocked assests for L'il Kim's North Korean forces.
Bush administration officials said Bush and L'il Kim would probably consumate the deal in late Spring.

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Subject: Seen on The Bartcop Forum

Just got hit with a DMCA warning for Site X
One of my bloggers posted a cartoon a couple of weeks ago.

The cartoonist's lawyer contacted my hosting company,
demanding that the cartoon be taken down.
Naturally, I complied.

But since I've never made a dime off of Site X,
it kinda seems stupid that someone is claiming I'm ripping them off.

Stupid DMCA. Stupid lawyers.
- as

AS, tell them Bart says, "Blow me!"

Cartoonists are getting more exposure from people like you & me.
If he wants to remain broke and unknown all his life,
a jury wouldn't understand that any more than you or I do.

Years ago, the Get-Your-War-On guy wrote and said,
"Dude, give me a credit and we're cool," so I did.

                                                                     Used with permission 

He's funny as hell, so of course, I'd do what he asked.
If he wasn't funny, I wouldn't steal from him and we never would have talked.
Isn't that a law of nature?

That's how this problem is solved.
You give credit, like when CBS runs a snippet of "Idol."

We aren't looking to rip these guys off.
We're exposing their art to the marketplace.
What harm can they claim was done to them?

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War begins with 'W' mug

Marty's Entertainment Page

always has good stuff.

Click on the E!


"I love the effect this new nuke is going to have on these socialists on the left. 
  They're going to be in utter panic over this, and I am honored to bring this 
  happy news of a brand-new nuclear weapon to you via the EIB Network."  
     -- Rush who, like the president, loves the idea of killing people,

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Why I Hate Her
 by Scott Ritter


Let there be no doubt that Hillary Clinton is about as slippery a species of politician that exists, 
one who has demonstrated an ability to morph facts into a nebulous blob which blurs the record and 
distorts the truth. While she has demonstrated this less than flattering ability on a number of issues, nowhere 
is it so blatant as when dealing with the issue of the ongoing war in Iraq and her vote in favor of this war.  
This issue won't be resolved even if Hillary apologizes for her Iraq vote, as other politicians have done, 
blaming their decision on faulty intelligence. This is because, like many other Washington politicians at 
the time, including those now running for president, she had been witness to lies about Iraq's weapons 
programs to justify attacks on that country by her husband and his administration.

Why did he say, "like many other Washington politicians...?"
Everyone knows the war is her fault and hers alone.

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Bart, Bush visited Louisville yesterday.

 Iraq pumped 3.5M barrels daily before Bush invaded
 and then they got their 2003 Halliburton upgrade

Bush is stealing $220,000,000 every day.

No wonder they were so eager to start a war,

stealing  $220,000,000 every day.

It's the biggest theft in Earth's history.

Exxon made $10B profit in 90 days
 $100M a day - all profit - because Bush started a fake war


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

3,166....3,173 American victims

We lost 7 more since last issue
while the Little Dictator plays with himself.

...and how much did BIG OIL make yesterday?
Exxon makes $108M - every day

(And that's just ONE oil company)

7 more soldiers dead,
but Exxon makes $75,000 profit per minute

Bush can live with that,
because Iraq's oil wells have no meters.


Bush has killed more Americans than Osama.

Subject: The War Rant 

This is The War Rant that I read on the radio on February 28, 2003
I am now sorry that I read it and want to apologize to all of the Fascists 
in my listening audience who were offended when they heard it. 

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Subject: Ann Coulter's remark

Ann Coulter is claiming that her reference to John Edwards being a 'Fag' was all just a joke.
Well you know what I say to that ?

"Ann Coulter is a cheap whore."  

Don't get upset Ann, it's just a joke.
Who'd pay twenty bucks to screw you?
Charlie R.

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The Big, Unanswered Iran Question
 by Ray McGovern

Iran: How far from the Bomb?

That was one of the key questions asked of newly confirmed Director of National Intelligence
Michael McConnell at a Senate Armed Forces Committee hearing on Tuesday.

Why had McConnell avoided this front-burner issue in his prepared remarks?  Because an
honest answer would have been:  "Beats the hell out of us.  Despite the billions that American
taxpayers have sunk into improving U.S. intelligence, we can only guess."

But the question is certainly a fair, and urgent one.  A mere three weeks into the job, McConnell
can perhaps be forgiven for merely reciting the hazy forecast of his predecessor, John Negroponte,
and the obscurantist jargon that has been introduced into key national intelligence estimates (NIEs)
in recent years).  McConnell had these two sentences committed to memory:

"We assess that Iran seeks to develop a nuclear weapon.  The information is incomplete,
but we assess that Iran could develop a nuclear weapon early-to-mid-next decade."

Isn't a better question: How soon could Iran buy a nuke?

Russia had what, 20,000 nukes, and then it splintered into a dozen pieces and fell apart?
All it takes is one greedy Russian general (insert appropriate bad guy here) and boom!

Why spend a decade to develope your own if you can purchase one this year?

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I didn't get any blogging done this weekend
because I didn't put my ailing computer in the shop
because my taxes are due March 15th and I just remembered that.

You wouldn't believe how much money I didn't make last year.
I made more at the car lot.

Maybe Hillary is an evil liar who wants America destroyed...

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