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BCR Show 117 is here!

Wednesday May 16, 2007  Vol 1978 - Falwell DFO

Quote of the Day

"The Clinton administration may have 
  brought these people -- five or six were 
  in part of this group, but oh, man!" 
   -- Rush the vulgar Pigboy, blaiming Clinton
       for those handjobs who thought they were
       going to attack Fort Dix


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Falwell's Deal w/ Devil 
Green Zone not safe 
Harry won't go to Iraq 
Tortureboy's expense 
McNulty gets shiv'd 
Falwell - Snake Handler 
Hillary Grovelling
Ashcroft: That's Illegal 
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"I join the students, faculty, and staff of Liberty University and Americans mourning the loss 
of Reverend Jerry Falwell, but nobody got screwed worse than me on this. I kissed his ass
in public because he promised to campaign for me - hard - and now I got nothing. I ain't got
no religio-frauds on board, I ain't got no campaign cash and I'm down to 9 percent in the polls."
  -- John McCain, (R-Flip-flopper), on the death of Jerry Falwell,   Link

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Falwell's Deal with the Devil
 by Robert Parry

Falwell's death will elicit eulogies on the good he did, even while acknowledging some hurtful actions, 
such as blaming gays and civil libertarians for 9/11. But there is another little-known chapter of Falwell's career: 
his collaboration with a Korean cult leader bent on transforming the United States into a theocracy.

Like other prominent Republicans, Falwell entered into a behind-the-scenes alliance with Rev. Sun Myung Moon 
even as the self-proclaimed Messiah was denouncing America as "Satan's harvest" and vowing to incorporate the 
United States into a worldwide theocratic empire that would eradicate all individuality.

Falwell sought to conceal his relationship with Moon, sometimes denying (falsely) that he had benefited from 
Moon's financial help or that he had been photographed with the cult leader. 

Falwell's acceptance of Moon's mysterious money was first disclosed at in fall 1997 
when Falwell was facing potential financial ruin.  In 1995, his Liberty University facing bankruptcy. Then, out of 
the blue, money became available through a small non-profit organization to buy up a large chunk of the school's debt.

 "Damn, that Moon money 
   saved my bankrupt ass."

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Green Zone no longer safe
 People die in line for the movies there

As rocket and mortar attacks on the heavily fortified Green Zone in Baghdad injure more and more people, 
U.S. Embassy employees "are growing increasingly angry over what they say are inadequate security precautions."
Recent attacks have killed six people, including two U.S. citizens.

In spite of the attacks, embassy employees complain, most staff members still sleep in trailers that one described 
as "tin cans" that offer virtually no protection from rocket and mortar fire. The government has refused to harden 
the roofs because of the cost, one employee said. 

Bush stole so much of that money there's nothing left for safety.

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Subject: BCR 117 is the bomb

Dude - You were on all cylinders for 117. 
Thank goodness the therapy of 116 part two worked! 

From the pop of the cork to the fading body slams of whatever that closing song was,
BCR Show 117 was right on the money.

That closing song was Sinners and Saints by Smoke of Oldominion.

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What does Bush look like thru an X-ray machine?

Harry won't go to Iraq 
After months of "He's so brave..."


Britain's Prince Harry will not be sent with his unit to Iraq, 
citing specific threats to the third in line to the throne. 

Well, DUH!
Ya think?

So why make the fake "He's going!" announcements?

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"Iraqi lawmakers have just passed a bill requiring a timeline. And, particularly Iraq's Shiites,
  which are, effectively, the victors in this war, have said to the Americans, 'Thank you very much
  for getting rid of Saddam; we'll take it from here.'"
     -- Richard Engel, on Bush's Bloody Bungle, Link

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Subject: Falwell

My Mother taught me to never say anything about the dead unless it is good.
Jerry Falwell is dead.


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Subject: the big fight on your page

Bart, you wrote:

> If "everybody" knew for sure that the war was a hueueueueueuge mistake,
> why didn't a single Dem senator filibuster the vote to authorize Bush to use force?

Because they are what you always said they were "Pink Tutu Democrats."

Many, many people knew Bart.
Don't try to obfuscate the facts to save "Her" butt.
She knew too, but she was scared just like the rest of them.

So, you know what was in her mind that day.
You'd be hell at a poker table - you'd make millions a week.

None of them should be forgiven, but any of them is better than the current regime.
Ask Russ Feingold if he knew.  Why did he know and not anybody else?
If they did not know, they are too stupid to be president.
I knew, and I am no genius.

If Feingold knew, why didn't he have the courage to filibuster?
Why was it the new girl's job to fight when all the elders stood their quaking?

Come on Bart, we'll fight for her or whoever the nominee is in the end,
but there is a lot about her not to like.  Not apologizing is a big one.

Horse hockey.
You just want to see her beg and she's denying you that satisfaction.
I find it odd that so many Democrats have wood to watch her grovel and beg and apologize.

Many Democrats want that more than they want to win next year.
How did I get in this party - the party that doesn't really want to win?

Still love you man (most of the time)
 German F

I love you more...

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Tortureboy's expense
 How long will Bush keep him on?


If Tortureboy Gonzales clings to his job much longer, he may end up as the only one left 
at the Justice Department. By resigning on Monday, Deputy AG Paul McNulty joined Gonzales's 
chief of staff, Kyle Sampson; the department's White House liaison, Monica Goodling; and Justice 
official Michael Battle, who oversaw the dismissal of federal prosecutors, on the list of Gonzalesites 
who've left the building. At this point, the number of U.S. attorneys dismissed for political reasons 
still exceeds the number of Justice officials who've left because of their involvement in dismissing 
those attorneys or dissembling about it, but the ratio is tightening almost daily.

Gonzales will go down as the most crooked Attorney general ever, and that includes Ed Meese.

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Subject: that pesky war vote

Bart, you wrote:

> The answer is clearer than Lake Concha - they didn't know.
> One can't argue with that conclusion - can one?

Actually one can.
There were some bright people at State and other places who were not convinced,
and pointed out a lot of holes in the data used to sway people (aluminum tubes, etc.)

But they were unable to convince a single senator to stand up,
so I'm guesing the proof wasn't as cut-and-dried 'clear' as some claim.

However, there was clearly another way to approach the vote at that time:
vote no because inspectors were on the ground.

If there were WMD's, they were in the country, and no "immediate" threat to
our safety/security existed. That was pretty plain for all to see.
Keep hammering.
 Paul in Carolina

But they didn't vote to suddenly invade, remember?
They voted to give Bush authority "if needed," and he abused that.

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"We will always remember him as a founder and leader of America's anti-gay industry, 
someone who exacerbated the nation's appalling response to the onslaught of the AIDS epidemic, 
someone who demonized and vilified us for political gain and someone who used religion to 
divide rather than unite our nation." 
   --Matt Foreman, Gay and Lesbian Task Force,   Link

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Subject: funding


Bart, my suggestion would be to stop shilling for hillary.
I hardly ever visit the site anymore, because all the hillary adulation
was pretty much turning my stomach.

Vance, we go way back - so I'm calling you're bluff.

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Open Letter to God

Could you take Pat Robertson, too?
It's my understanding his greatest wish is to meet you, Lord.

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P.I. Test

What if I say something that sounds sexist, but it's really true?
That makes me exempt from a charge of being a sexist, right?

I tape every Poker After Dark on cheap-ass, late night NBC.
(I say cheap-ass because the show costs NBC nothing and still,
 you have a better chance of catching a third time repeat than a new show.)

This week it's Girl's Week, and so far it's terrble.

Yak, yak, yak, yak, yak, fold,
Yak, yak, yak, yak, yak, call,
Yak, yak, yak, yak, yak, fold,
Yak, yak, yak, yak, yak, fold,

We have Jennifer Harmon and five Chatty Cathies.
And if anyone bets, the others all fold.

I think the first hour had like three flops.
There's a definite lack of testosterone at the table.

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Paris isn't the only one guilty

Subject: your newest BCR 117

Y'know, Bart, I think I have been on board with the shows since about January or February.
But I haven't been listening to them.

...thanks for that.

I listened for the first time to show 116, which I kinda liked, except for the beatdown thing.

ha ha
Hope I don't become famous for all the wrong reasons because of that.

Tonight, though, cuz of nothin' else to do, me and Mrs. Pipecover
decided to listen to show 117.  And we both liked it a lot.

Your commentary on economics was absolutely right on.

I'm a very intellijent guy.

And we both laughed our asses off at your "invasion of Ft. Dix" soliloquy...

Dude, a platoon can defeat a military base if there are enough virgins waiting.

As it happens, when I came home from work the other night, and she told me about that horseshit,
my immediate reaction was a burst of laughter at the thought of 10 guys attacking a military base.
The things I said were a close to what you said, we were both laughing out loud.

Kudos, man.

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Jerry Falwell - Snake Handler


Jerry Falwell is dead, possibly of a heart attack. I wish that I could be respectful of Falwell, 
to not verbally molest the dead. But after all the nuclear-tipped potshots that I've taken at Falwell
over the years, don't you think that would be a teensy weensy bit hypocritical? So I'll shelve the 
sackcloth and ashes for the infamous televangelist who'd founded the Moral Majority, the well-dressed 
snake handlers who'd slithered their way into Reagan's White House and helped establish the foundation 
for the Christopathic movement we see running the government today.

Don't you have to be from Oklahoma to be a true snake handler?

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Subject: Mitch the bitch

He said, "If the Iraqi parliament votes for us to leave, we'll be glad to comply with their request."

Didn't the American public express that exact wish in last November's election?
Why does the Iraqi parliament hold more sway with him than the American voters?

Whose pocket is he in? Shame on him!

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Ashcroft: Domestic Spying "Illegal"
 Does Bush have to strangle a baby to get impeached?


Bush intervened in March 2004 to avert a crisis after Attorney General John Ashcroft, Director Bob Mueller
of the F.B.I. and others all threatened to resign, a former deputy attorney general testified Tuesday.

Bush quelled the revolt over the program's legality by allowing it to continue without Justice Department approval,
also directing department officials to take the necessary steps to bring it into compliance with the law, according to
Congressional testimony by the former deputy attorney general, James B. Comey.

So, Ashcroft the Insane forced Bush to ease back on his crimes and we didn't even know it.

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Subject: BCR Show 116

Hey Bart, just finished 116 - I like the ones where you split the file into 2 parts.

One would think after listening to the Delgiorno beatdown,
that you considered him a Liar, Thief. Whore and Fraud!!
Is this correct??

ha ha

Yes, that is correct!

(I got a little carried away with my cross examination of a certain religio-piece o' crap.)

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McNulty gets knife in the back


The orders from the White House to any number of embattled senior administration officials appear 
to be the same: Hunker down, admit nothing, offer no appearance of panic and whatever you do, 
don't resign. The penalty for violating those orders came more clearly into focus this morning. 
Just hours after Deputy AG McNulty announced his resignation, his boss publicly stabbed him in the back.

A sinking ship is mostly full of rats.

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Subject: your open letter to God

Hey, Bart, if "God" releases the soldiers, would you believe?

Me, neither.

Glenside, PA

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Subject: Hillary's war vote

I would argue that those who knew the truth voted for the authorization to
cover their own political ass; to not be labeled "soft" on terrorism.

What if you're 50/50 (which the senate was, 25-22, I believe)
and voting one way would not be a roadblock to the White House?

I also think that some, like Hillary, may not have believed the risk was that great
or that war was imminent, but voted yes thinking the pResident would keep his word
(that war was a last resort).

I think that's possible, too.

So, either they wore the pink tutu or were too stupid to see the duplicity of the executive branch.
Which category would Hillary be in?
Love your site.
 Funky P

She's in the "gonna be president" catagory, but you didn't answer the question.

If "everybody" knew, why didn't one of them stand up?
Those who voted against the war - why didn't they stand up?

"Knowing" Bush was lying and still failing to filibuster must be a bigger crime
than thinking the president might be serious about his mushroom cloud predictions?

I heard a Hillary interview and she said someone I would buy, you probably wouldn't.

She said she's been in that position (as a presidential aide) when they president had
a specific agenda and didn't appreciate members of congress challenging them something.
So maybe she gave Bush the benefit of the doubt, talking about muchroom clouds and such.

And for the people who have 20.20 vision into the future,
maybe we should do a poker tournament next Wednesday, Nov 22?
I'd love to see your powers at work :)

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19,000 Iraqis Disappear Into U.S.-Run Prisons

At the time, they noted roughly 14,000 Iraqis were being held in a "legal vacuum."  A large portion of the persons 
held were taken in on sweeps through their neighborhoods and were suspected and charged with nothing. No trials 
occur, but the detainees languish often for many months - in some cases for more than a year. "They may not be 
enemies when they enter these prisons," one officer told me, "but you can count on it that they are when they leave." 
He was alluding not just to the treatment standards, which he called "nothing I would be proud of as an American," 
but the fact that the facilities are allowed to function as recruitment and training centers for the insurgents. Politically
uninvolved Iraqis enter. But to find a way of surviving in the brutal gang reality of the prisons, they cast their lot with 
insurgent groups.

We need a graphic of Osama putting the Top Recruiter Medal around Bush's neck.

Maybe use this to start

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"In 1994, that Falwell bastard released the documentary "The Clinton Chronicles." 
This fake video connected Bill Clinton to a theoretical conspiracy involving Vince Foster, 
James McDougal, Ron Brown, and an alleged cocaine-smuggling operation. Despite the 
theory's having been discredited by all major investigations, the video's sophisticated 
production techniques served as effective exposure, and sold over 150,000 copies." 
    -- Wikipedia, with a little help from Bart 

Jerry Falwell was a liar, a thief, a whore and a fraud.
It was impossible for him to tell the damn truth.

I hope the Devil gave a him a seat - near his throne.

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Subject: Falwell in hell?

I almost hope that there is a heaven, and that Jerry Falwell has
mistakenly found himself in the gay section, with no right to appeal.

But then, why should I wish that on all the gay people in heaven?
Because, really, that would be hell.

Falwell truly was a negative for this world.
I heard a speech on Randi Rhodes yesterday, he was talking about "decadence"
from his mansion on his 5,000 acre campus - the bastard thought he was God,
but God's never been all that interested in stealing money.

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Oh Right, We're Still At War

What is wrong with us? Where is our outrage? Where is the pain and wailing and the candlelight vigils? 
Why has it become so easy to let Iraq turn into this numb, forgettable, boring thing, a blip in media, a sad yawn 
in your day? Yes, maybe you heard all that and, like many Americans, reacted by saying, well yes, Iraq is awful 
and all, but it's a war, and like it or not, kids are supposed to die in wars, in unspeakable and unrecorded and 
unbloggable ways, it's understandable and acceptable and even (tragically, morbidly) expected, whereas that's 
not supposed to happen in a nice upscale college where most kids can keep their nervous rage in check with 
iPods and drugs and beer bongs and lousy recreational sex. 

I heard it again, yesterday.
The mothers of one of the five killed (where 3 were kidnapped) said,
"He died doing what he loved," which has never made any sense to me.

If I fell over dead while writing this page, do you think I'll look down from Heaven 
at my lifeless ass on the floor and say, "At least I died doing what I loved?"

Hell no, I wouldn't be happy about it one damn bit.
Worse, the kid who died was maybe 20 years old.

Let's stop celebrating Bush's insatiable oil greed.
Let's stop saying, "Oh well, at least..." each time a kid dies in Iraq.

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Subject: Paris Hilton

Bart, it's like you're defending Ms. Hilton a bit too much.

I guess I kinda am.
People hate her f-ing guts with all their heart, and all their soul,
and when you ask why, they say,"She thinks she's so great."

The other night, Dave said, "So, ...Paris Hilton's going to jail,"
and the roar of applause was almost like that day Oprah gave cars away.

What makes people so eager to see someone taken down?
What makes people so eager to see someone "get theirs?"
Who did Paris Hilton ever hurt?

I'm looking for the link between her and Hillary, who also never hurt anybody.
Why do people get sooooo worked up about hating someone they don't know?

Even the vulgar Pigboy - I mostly laugh at him and ridicule him.
But I don't get worked up about hating him 24/7.
(Murdering scum like Bush/Cheney/OJ Simpson - that's a whole different thing)

Besides Michael DelGiorno, (and that was a bit for the show) when have you ever 
seen/heard me put a bunch of energy into getting worked up about hating someone?

Compared to some of those extreme nut-cases,
I'm the president of the Tiger Woods Fan Club.

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 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...

3,398....3,401 American victims

3 more families destroyed by Bush greed.
6 if you count the families of the kidnapped.

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

Bush can live with that,
because Iraq's oil wells have no meters
and his front company is moving to Dubai.


 $100M a day,
$200M a day,
$300M a day - where's that money going?

Bush has killed more Americans than Osama.

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Lindsay Lohan - Hottest Woman 2007


"There is no other star in the world who causes more of a stir than Lindsay," said Maxim's editor,
who never heard of Paris Hilton.  "Her every move is watched and reported on."

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