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"Now that we are seeing some progress 
  on the ground in Iraq, the Democrats 
  don't want to believe it."
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NYTimes is Pro-War
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Quotes

"There does not appear to be much political progress."
    -- Adm. Michael Mullen, Bush's pick to become chairman
        of the Joint Chiefs, on political progress in Iraq,  Link
 

Oh, there's progress, it's just going in the wrong direction.
 

Quotes

"Iraq's largest Sunni Arab political bloc announced its withdrawal from the government Wednesday,
  threatening Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's efforts to reconcile the country's rival factions."
    -- News item, Aug. 1, 2007,   Link
 

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The NYT's New Pro-War Propaganda
  by Robert Parry

 consortiumnews.com

 Excerpt:
A key element of the coming propaganda campaign was previewed on the op-ed page of the New York Times
on July 30 as Michael O'Hanlon and Kenneth Pollack of the Brookings Institution portrayed themselves as tough
critics of the Bush administration who, after a visit to Iraq, now must face the facts: Bush's "surge" is working.

"As two analysts who have harshly criticized the Bush administration's miserable handling of Iraq, we were surprised
by the gains we saw and the potential to produce not necessarily 'victory' but a sustainable stability that both we and
the Iraqis could live with," O'Hanlon and Pollack wrote in an article entitled "A War We Just Might Win."

Yet the authors - and the New York Times - failed to tell readers the full story about these supposed skeptics: far from
grizzled peaceniks, O'Hanlon and Pollack have been longtime cheerleaders for a larger U.S. military occupying force in Iraq.
 

The New York Whore Times is good at following Karl Rove's orders - they've done it for years.
But will the sick-of-war public buy into Bush's fake happy news?
 

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Quotes

"Yeah, sectarian violence is down, but let's have a look at that. More than two million people
  have fled this country. 50,000 are still fleeing every month, according to the United Nations.
  So there's less people to be killed."
      -- CNN's Michael Ware,  Link
 

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Subject: my WPE shirt

Bart -

Thanks for the WPE shirt.  I wore it today to go to the Farmer's Market in Kensington, Maryland.
There's been publicity about a guy selling "Impeach Him" buttons and yard signs.   (They arrested him
last week and cancelled the Farmer's Market a couple of weeks ago.  It was in the WP.)
I really wanted a yard sign.

Imagine my surprise when the first person I met there had on an identical WPE shirt!

I went out to breakfast after getting buttons and a yard sign
and I got some nice comments about my shirt.
 Mary Beth
 

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Quotes

"If you take a look at what happened on 9-11, it's estimated that
  the aftershocks of that could have cost up to $1 trillion."
     -- Tony Snow, on why it's OK to throw away a trillion dollars on Bush's quagmire,  Link
 

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Subject: Democratic Super-Majorities

Maybe the Repubs remember that the Dem super majorities (think Carter) 
and the Dem majorities (think Clinton) are the greatest back-stabbers in the world.
 
Repubs stole billions already.  
They'll be happy to spend their money out of the limelight for a few years.
 
Keep hammering Bart.
 Gary
 

Gary, you have a point.
As long as the Democrats work to thwart their own president,
Republicans don't really need to be in the battle.
 

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Impeach Gonzales
 by Gene Lyons

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 Excerpt:
For all its emotional appeal, this column has always opposed wasting time and energy on the impeachment
of President Bush. That's not to say one couldn't draw up a list of impeachable offenses, from taking the nation
to war on false premises to countenancing such outrages against the Constitution as warrantless wiretaps, false
imprisonment and torture. The votes, however, simply don't exist. Congressional Republicans remain committed
to Bush / Cheney, along with the party's hard-core base. Dragging the nation through another fruitless, made-for-TV
spectacle like the Clinton impeachment would look like cheap revenge. It would threaten to turn a grave constitutional
remedy into a commonplace political sideshow. That said, Congress should quit pussyfooting around and impeach
Gonzales at once. Halfway measures like a special prosecutor would only produce more of what Chuck Schumer,
characterizes  as Gonzales' strategy of "the half-truth, the partial truth and anything but the truth." For once, I agree
with Gingrich. On "FOX News Sunday," he declined to defend Gonzales against accusations of repeatedly lying to Congress.
 

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Quotes

"I have a political aversion to blue jeans. I'm biased against them; I really am.
  They just are not comfortable!  They make me feel like I'm wearing burlap."
     -- Rush, who had to wear discarded circus tent canvas in the 80s and 90s.
 

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Subject: ASU and Tillman

Hey Bart:
I minored in Latin American history at ASU, graduating with a J-School Degree from the Cronkite School in December '96.
Pat Tillman was a classmate in Prof. Lew Tambs' "Intellectual and Cultural History of Latin America, 461."*  

He was a smart guy and he knew the score. Tillman and Juan Rocque, (Who, last time I heard, played for the Detroit Tigers)
took the class together. They both changed my opinion about "dumb jocks." Pat Tillman was always a free thinker.
I admired Tillman before his decision to serve his country and even more after he enlisted.

He was a powerful rallying point for our country during a "time of need." 
He would have also  been a powerful voice against the war.

Needless to say, I am outraged the truth behind his sacrifice hasn't been revealed to his family.
Bart, sign me an
"Earnest Will Vet"
 

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Quotes

"Ask yourself this question: Are you better off now
  than you were four years ago?"
     -- Ronald Reagan, 1980
 

How would the people of Baghdad answer Reagan?
And will the Demo nominee remember to ask that question?
 

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Subject: paying for Bush's war

This Iraqi war is going to cost us $1,000,000,000,000 (TRILLION!!) soon!!
It is Bush's "Trillion Dollar Lie."

Let's put that into perspective:
The current population of this once great country is 302,495,809  (US Census Bureau)

1,000,000,000,000 / 302,495,809 =  $3306 per person in this country.
That is how much we are paying for Bush's LIES.........
 Crky
 

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Busted & Crimes of the Times
 by Greg Palast

 gregpalast.com

 Excerpt:
Cutely buried in the 18th paragraph in a story about Alberto Gonzales on Sunday was a slyly-worded updated
confession by the New York Times that, in 2004, the Bush Administration leaned on its editors to spike a story
about illegal invasions of citizens' private records ("data mining"). The Times editors smothered the story.
They finally ran it - a year later - after Bush was safely re-elected.

As a journalist, this makes me want to throw up.

 

For two reasons: First, while The Times was covering up Bush's KGB-style data-mining operation, the Palast team
was revealing its secrets. We published confidential FBI memos detailing horrific schemes for illegal spying using
Bush's favored contractor, a company called ChoicePoint Inc.

The second reason The Times 'confession' makes me ill: While the publishers at the Paper of Record were
counting their millions, the Palast Investigative Fund was slowly going broke.
 

I agree - it makes me want to throw up, too.
The Whore Times, like the Whore Post and Whore CNN and FOX News will do anything to protect Bush.
 

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Subject: Pat Tillman's death

Bart, I have been reading about Tillman on Democratic Underground.

Several posts were by former soldiers that all agreed that a M16 has a default setting for a three shot burst.
So it seems that maybe he wasn't shot three separate times in the head, but by a close range, three shot burst
which would explain why the shots in his forehead were so close together.

I don't know anything about M16s myself but thought I would pass it of FYI.
 Chet
 

I don't know what an M16 can do, but my bullshit detector is barking like a chihuahua on Cuervo.
If it wasn't so tawdry, I'd bet against the odds that three bullets entered his head by accident.

The fact that they lied to cover something up is really all the proof we need.
Like with Scooter Libby, if you did nothing wrong, why perjure yourself?

A smart man (Twain? Shakespeare? Franklin?  Ol' Bart?) once said,
"Never tell a lie when the truth will do."

If you have the truth on your side, there's no reason to lie.

...but if you have a girlfriend,
...or you're gay,
...or your dad's in prison,
...or you once murdered your fiance in Texas
and the crooked cops never bothered to investigated,

you might need to lie ...but if not - why would you?
 

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Suddenly They're All for Impeachment...of Gonzales

 smirkingchimp

 Excerpt:
For the past year, as the impeachable crimes of Bush and Cheney have mounted, Democratic members
of Congress have scrambled to present a whole array of explanations for why they can't support impeachment.

Chief among these has been the argument that "we don't have the votes to convict" in the Senate. This has been
closely followed by the argument that impeachment would "take too much time" and that it would "divert attention
from the important legislative work" of the Democrats in Congress. Right behind this, and linked to it, has been the
argument that "the important thing is ending the Iraq War," and that "impeachment would interfere with that goal."

Then there has been the argument that impeachment would be "divisive" and that the voters want the Congress to
"work constructively" on the nation's problems. Finally, there has been the argument that impeachment is not
necessary because Congress under the Democrats would be conducting "investigations" that would serve the
same purpose of impeachment in rooting out the administration's wrongdoings.
 

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 How about forced reality, instead?
 

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Quotes

"We can expect about 100 U.S. soldiers to die in Iraq
  while the country's leaders are cooling their heels."
       -- Tim Grieve for Salon.com
 

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Subject: Volume 2018 - Tin Horn Dick

Bart,

Just loved Volume 2018 - Tin Horn Dick.  The reference pic is beautiful.
As soon as I saw it I started singing, "Call Any Vegetable".  Great Zappa reference.
If you had a higher IQ I would have thought it was planned.

The reason I'm writing today Bart, and I have been meaning to for quite a while is to let you know
that I am still a big time supporter of yours.   I have been reading you since you were publishing every
couple of days back in '96/'97.  Somewhere around volume 40, if memory serves me.  You have always
been a straight shooter and have always got it exactly right when talking about both Repugs and Sac-less
Democrats.  That is what I like about your page.  The fact that you were John Stewart before him, a political
page with humor or a humor page with politics.  I guess the thin-skinned whot follow you still don't get it.
Every time you lose a reader Bart just say, "Hey, it's a joke, lighten up".   Works for Mutt.

Keep hammering Bart.  You may not always be right in some eyes, but you are the best out there at what you do.
Still a proud supporter.  I'm in it with you for the long run. I'm sending $25 for of those Bartcop Chicaco shot glasses.

Keep it up Bart, no one is less whore than you.
 ed from columbia
 

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Yearly Kos Convention starts today

 Link

 Excerpt:
It is the inspiration for and intellectual wellspring of the Yearly Kos convention, the second edition of which
opens in Chicago on Thursday. Featured speakers will include Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.
The convention should draw intense national media attention.
 

I saw a PDF of the dozens if not hundreds of speakers for this event, but I didn't see
anything about poker or gambling or fine tequila - what kind of Fest is this?
 

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Subject: How will we pay for this war?

Mr. Bart, you asked, 

> "How in the world will we ever pay for this war?"   then list a bunch of stuff.
 
Although you included "he PTSD injuries have to be dealt with and cared for," 
you did not include the related cost to the criminal justice system - a cost that keeps on giving.
 
I work for a criminal defense attorney, and we  have a steady stream of Viet Nam vets; 
guys still strung out on drugs, guys who have never been able to get past the horror.
 
What a lousy frigging way to run a country (into the ground).
 T Quigly
 

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Subject: Bush will step down before 2009?

I had a bad idea I hope they aren't planning.

Bush pardons Cheney as VP.
Bush steps down.
Cheney is sworn in.
Cheney pardons Bush.

Dang it, they get away with it .
 Ole zenferret .
 

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Survivors recount escape from bridge
 Up to 60 cars went into the Mississippi

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 Excerpt:
Dennis and Jamie Winegar were driving across the Mississippi River when they felt the bridge beneath them start to shake.
They were among the survivors of Wednesday's collapse of the Interstate 35W bridge near downtown Minneapolis.
Their car landed on top of a smaller car.

Jamie said she suddenly started hearing "boom, boom, boom and we were just dropping, dropping, dropping, dropping."
She said her nephew yelled, "'It's an earthquake!' and then we realized the bridge was collapsing."

Behind the wheel, Dennis Winegar fought to keep their car under control.

"I slammed on my brakes and saw something in front of me disappear and then my car pointed straight down
and we fell." He estimated they dropped about 50 feet.
 

Bush threw away between $1 trillion and $2 trillion on his Iraq debacle.
Think if we invested in America's infrastructure instead of Bush's hardon for oil...
 

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Subject: bridge inspections

Bart, I wonder if those "Conservative" voters realize that "less government" really means fewer bridge inspections
and less money for bridge repairs.  I also wonder if those Embryo Savers who prefer deregulation understand that
deregulated construction companies do bridge maintenance.  Infrastructure hasn't been a big priority for the BFEE
since stealing oil from  brown people has been such a distraction.

I'm hoping that all responsible members of the current criminal administration will be brought to justice
and the next resident of the White House is an elected President.
 S. Gardiner
 

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Bush keeps Israel close, but Saudis closer

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 Excerpt:
Go figure: From the White House comes the news that self-styled anti-terrorism crusader Bush wants
to sell $20 billion in high-tech military equipment to Saudi Arabia, the source of most of the financing,
and 15 of the 19 hijackers on 9-11. The justification can't be that this is yet another boondoggle for the
military-industrial complex-the big winner in the war on terror-so we are told instead that the Sunni-dominated
Saudi kingdom needs this weaponry to withstand a future challenge from those dastardly Shiite fellows in Iran.

Yes, the very same extremists whose surrogates are now, as a consequence of the U.S. invasion, pretending
to be the indigenous government of Iraq. Recall that the Shiite militants who rule Tehran, along with the Sunni
nuts around Osama bin Laden, were both the sworn enemy of Saddam Hussein. Now both of those forces
are the main players, according to the Bush administration, vying for power in "liberated" Iraq, and Bush is in
the inane position of playing one group of fanatics against the other in the name of securing Iraq as a democratic haven.
 

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Subject: Britney's 'felony'

Bart, you published,

> "Spears threatened to kill Deetz and said he should get a restraining order 
>  against her because she was going to kill him or hire someone that would, it said."
 
 
No, not a felony Bart, maybe a misdemeanor "terrorist threat" as it is labeled here in California.  

I still think I'm right - it's gotta be a crime to threaten murder and murder-for-hire, but if I'm wrong
it would figure that a  "terrorist threat" is a misdemeanor but passing a joint is a felony.
What a screwy world we live in...

Since she said "she was going" to kill him and had no actual means to do so at the time of the statement 
(unless ole Brit can kill men with her bare hands?).   As they teach in law school, WORDS ALONE = NOTHING.  

She certainly has the means to hire a killer, and she's certainly unbalanced right now..
As far as words = nothing, you're saying it's legal to approach a woman in a park and say,
"Give me sex right now or I'll kill your baby?"

 
For sure it is really stupid, and if the guy turns up dead, she is the first person I question!!!   
No one has ever accused Brit of being smart.
 
Keep Hammerin!!!
 California Dave  
 

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Quotes

"Just 13% of US adults surveyed in June and July said the occupation of journalism
  had very great prestige. This was not the case in 1988 when this program started." 
     -- Rush, apparently accepting blame for his part in the media turning whore
 

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Subject: Tillman

Tillman, according to his friends, had been receiving death threats and so he'd been keeping 
a jounal to record his thoughts if he did not survive.  The journal was not in his personal effects.

Until I know more, I'm not saying that Bush/Cheney ordered it.  Special forces personnel tend to be 
fairly right wing, and fragging is a genuine occurance in the military.  I fully believe that someone in 
Tillman's unit likely pulled the trigger.  But if it got out that Tillman had been fragged, questions would 
be asked as to why.  Tillman's beliefs would have stepped up front and center, extremely damaging to 
Bush's oil party.  Bush/Cheney/Rumsfeld ordered the cover-up, not the murder.
 Jim H.
 

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McCain's train wreck of a campaign

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 Excerpt:
McCain's slide in the presidential race shows up everywhere on the campaign trail.

His staff drastically reduced and his organization nearly broke, McCain now flies on commercial jets,
carries his own luggage and relies on supporters to drive him to events, including one that pulled away
from a Rotary meeting last week with a flat rear tire.

ha ha

It's a far cry from the "Straight Talk Express" tour bus that once was packed with reporters,
a staff and one other thing, ... I'm trying to think what it is, ... Oh yeah - a chance of winning.
 

Johnny, we told you years ago you had no future in the GOP - and here's why.

Sticking your tongue in Bush's mouth might've seemed like a good idea back in 2000,
but in 2007 it's exactly what voters don't want to see, John.

Koresh, can you even win your senate seat again?
 

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

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

No wonder they were so eager to start a war,

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

 Link

Some people celebrate Bush's bloody oil war...

Some don't.
x 3657  3660

They  got 3 more last night.

Who's  responsible?

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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  Bancroft family could not resist Rupert Murdoch's generous offer."
   -- Former Dow Jones director Jim Ottaway Jr., who opposed Murdoch's takeover, Link
 

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Subject: religion

Hi Bartcop,

Just a couple of thoughts on religion.  If God is defined as existing outside of our physical universe,
do you deny the possibility of such a God?  How could you know for sure?

As a realist, I can't give you a Nancy Grace Guarantee that there is no God.
One could consider Mother Nature a god, but certainly there's no tall white dude with 
a flowing beard and a booming voice who is surrounded by angels that live in the clouds.
That makes as much sense as the Tooth Fairy.

If we accept, by definition, that God is the being that created our physical universe, 
how might we ever know if there aren't other "Gods" that have created other universes?  

Maybe there are other universes and other "Gods" and 
an Overgod who is the boss or creator of these "Gods".  

Would these other "Gods" even know if each other existed?
  - Jim
 

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BCR Show #122 

The Democrat YouTube Debate

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The Democrat YouTube Debate

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