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BCR 126 is here!HOT

Weekend-Monday Sept 8-10, 2007  Vol 2037 - Truth or Betray Us?

Quote of the Day

"Bush really is a lying buffoon.
  His new slogan is 'We're kicking ass.' 
  Because 'Bring 'em on' worked so well." 
   --Joe Sudbay, Link

In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow W's American Tyranny 
Arrow Don Siegelman in Jail? 
Arrow Rudy: Immigrants OK! HOT
Arrow Exit Iraq Now HOT
Arrow Where's my Trickle? HOT
Arrow Mamie Van Doren Int.
Arrow Catholics again - $198M 
Arrow Questions for Petraeus 
Arrow Bartcop Hotties 


"Fred Thompson -- from his calm manner to his teddy-bear-like physique -- cuts a
  soothing persona at a time when polls show that voters are extremely worried
  about security. 'He's the biggest daddy bear around,' chortled one longtime friend."
     -- Mike Allen, wishing he was in a Mens Room stall with Fraud Thompson,  Link

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W's American Tyranny
  by Robert Parry

"We're going to push and push and push until some larger force makes us stop," explained Cheney's
legal counsel David Addington, according to Goldsmith's new book, The Terror Presidency.
Goldsmith wrote that Addington "and, I presumed, his boss viewed power as the absence of constraint."

However, "the absence of constraint" is synonymous with tyranny, the antithesis of a democratic Republic
with checks and balances, rule of law and respect for the will of an informed electorate.

As Bush stripped away the inalienable rights guaranteed by the Founders in the Constitution, he kept much of
us confused with misdirection, by asserting that he was taking these actions to defend "liberty" and "freedom."
Goldsmith encountered the administration's sophistry in the legal opinions that were the cornerstones of
Bush's claims of virtually unlimited presidential power in "wartime."

"As I absorbed the opinions, I concluded that some were deeply flawed, sloppily reasoned, overbroad, and
incautious in asserting extraordinary constitutional authorities on behalf of the President," wrote Goldsmith,
who regards himself as a conservative Republican though with a rational bent.

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Used with permission


"For me every day is an anniversary of Sept. 11."
    -- Rudy the cross-dresser, who "gets to" re-live 9-11 constantly,  Link

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"This is the most important testimony from an American general 
  in 40 years and they can't get the microphones to work?
   -- David Gergen on CNN, hoping to hear from General Petraeus

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Subject: Osama's latest video

Osama bin Laden has released a new video, but what does it mean?
What it means is that 6 years later Bush has failed to get him. Osama is right about one thing.
The Democrats have failed to make any kind of serious effort to stop the war in Iraq.
Since bin Laden says he wants Democrats to stop the war that will make sure Democrats don't stop it.
Osama really wants the war to continue because it's bleeding us dry and as long as we
waste our resources on Iraq then he will be able to roam free.

Bush and the Republicans aren't serious about getting bin Laden. Bush has said that he isn't concerned
about him. Republican presidential candidate Fred Thompson write him off as a "symbolic threat".
This seems to indicate that the Republicans have failed to identify the enemy.
How can the guy who caused 9/11 not matter?

One thing is clear. As long as Osama bin Laden releases videos the job isn't done.
We need a president who is truly interested in getting him.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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Carlson attacks Kucinich

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Rudy: Illegal immigration not a crime


Rudy says illegal immigration is not a crime, prompting Romney to accuse him of not taking the problem seriously.

The two have clashed for weeks over illegal immigration, an issue that inflames GOP conservatives who influence
primary elections. The irony is that both candidates have in the past taken more liberal stands on the issue.

"It's not a crime," Giuliani said Friday. "I know that's very hard for people to understand, but it's not a federal crime."

My, how Bohemian of the Republican front-runner.
I wonder how the billionaire Fascist dogs will like that?

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They say things are better in Iraq...

So why are so many more soldiers dying?


Tell us what the hell the point of this column is.
Does she like the Clintons? Does she hate Hillary?
What was the point?  What was the column's focus?
Did she say anything, or was she just handing in a column under deadline?

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Subject: BCR Show 126

Howdy, Bart - and thanks for Show #126.

It was EXACTLY what I like in a Bartcop radio show...a little Jon Stewart, a little Maher,
and LOTS of original Bart. I can get all the Daily Show & Bill Maher I want from YouTube,
but only Bartcop Radio has Bart!

I LOVED your beatdown of the monkey trying to defend his crony tortureboy. And I learned
more about the Larry Craig thing from this show than I did in all of the media - wonder why THAT is?

As far as the bit about staring at women's breasts, I don't understand...they push 'em up and out,
wear plunging necklines, and do all they can to look their best, and when we acknowledge that,
we're busted for being sexist bastards. I don't get it.

Anyway, keep swinging that Bart Hammer - we're down now to less than 500 monkey days left
- that is, unless you're right and he doesn't stay the entire 2nd term.

Bob in SC,
home of Miss Teen USA star geographer Caitlin Upton

Bob, good point about the necklines.
I guess when Miss Teen USA does her swimsuit strut
we men are supposed to look away so as not to objectify her?

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Exit Iraq Now
 by Bill Richardson


Hillary, Obama and Edwards have suggested that there is little difference among us on Iraq.
This is not true: I am the only leading Democratic candidate committed to getting all our troops out quickly.
The American people need answers. If we elect a president who thinks that troops should stay in Iraq for years,
they will stay for years -- a tragic mistake.

Clinton, Obama and Edwards think that a complete withdrawal of all American forces would be "irresponsible."
On the contrary, the facts suggest that a rapid, complete withdrawal -- not a drawn-out, Vietnam-like process
-- would be the most responsible and effective course of action.

Our troops are great, but they cannot win someone else's civil war

I have an idea:  Why don't the FOUR of you get together - without a moderator brandishing a flashing
red light and a itchy-finger on the stopwatch and duke it out like four adults with brains?

Or would it be wrong to let us see a REAL debate?

Don't invite Mike Gravell or Crusty the Clown or Rex the Wonder Horse - just the four of you.

Could we see an honest debate - just this once?

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Join the Solution


Where's my Trickle?
We were promised money - where is it?


Four years ago Bush, exploiting the political bounce it got from the illusion of success in Iraq,
pushed a cut in capital-gains and dividend taxes through Congress. It was an extremely elitist tax cut
even by Bush-era standards: the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center says that more than half of the tax breaks
went to Americans with incomes of more than $1 million a year.

Needless to say, administration economists produced various misleading statistics designed to convey the
opposite impression, that the tax cut mainly went to ordinary, middle-class Americans. But they also insisted
that the benefits of the tax cut would trickle down - that lower tax rates on the rich would do great things for
the economy, helping everyone. Well, Friday's dismal jobs report showed that the Bush boom, such as it was,
has run its course. And working Americans have a right to ask, 'Where's my trickle?'"

The GOP has been running on this liw sincw Reagan - 27 years ago.

"If you give the super-rich more money, they juuuuuuuuuuuuuust might hire you."

The idiot American voter falls for this every time - why?
Because the Democrats can't explain why giving the super-rich more moiney doesn't help.

How can the Democrats be so stupid year after year, election after election, decade after decade?

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Lewd Larry in "Naughty Boy"

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Subject: Ladies pictures

Bart, how about a few hot male bodies just for balance?
-- M

Marion, that would work, but I'd need a woman who knows html.
I can publish a Men's hotties page, but someone else has to produce it :)

Lemme know if you're the gal.

I can't spend my days looking for hot men :)

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"That cop who arrested Larry Craig?
   Well, let's just say he was no Baretta!"
    -- former comedian Dennis Miller, attempting a joke on Leno,

 For those of you under 50, Baretta was a cop show starring wife-killer Robert Blake.
 That show ran from 1975 to 1978, and 29 years later Miller uses it as a reference.

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Subject: Monkey Mail, Kerry's lies

Hi Bart,

That monkey last issue implied that John Kerry lied about his Viet Nam War record.

"Perhaps (Bart) floated down the rivers of Vietnam and Cambodia
  with Kerry and witnessed his alleged heroics?"

I think the shrapnel in Kerry's ass will speak to his question.

If Kerry inserted that shrapnel in his own ass, he's a lot badder than any "war hero" I know.

I'm giving a big "FY" to the Chief.
 Dave, Cincinnati

The Chief can't see the facts in front of his face.

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Six Years of What?


This week, we mark the sixth anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. And where do we stand? 
Let's see. Osama bin Laden is still at large, and continues to taunt us. Al-Qaeda and its sympathizers 
continue to plan attacks on Americans and our allies. Top foreign policy experts say that we are losing 
the war on terror. And Americans feel less safe today than ever before.
All this despite our having to take our shoes off in airports. 
All this despite the fact that I am not allowed to carry shampoo on an airplane. 
All this despite Bush's insistence that only Bush can keep us safe, and that a vote 
  for John Kerry would have been a vote for the terrorists. 
And all this despite Bush's assertions that we are fighting thems over there 
  so we won't have to fight them over here.

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Subject: Iran and nukes

Bart,  uhhhh...excuse me ..i am dont..actually..think we should bomb iran...???
You ..who are soooo almost always..right?

Look...just because some guy in iran says a lot of meaningless stupid stuff ...nooooo country is going to attack israel.
A country with a zillion nukes....they wouldn't want their country turned into a lump of glass....let iran build the damn thing.

It would be much less costly than another failed war ...
sooner or later..every country will have nukes.

I like the idea of Iran being nuke free. The main reason they're in this nuke arms race
is because Bush put them on his "To do" list and assured them he's going to invade.

I think any Democratic president could handle this with words.
We could make Iranm the same deal we made North Korea - we'll give them
a reactor if they let us inspect things and shelve all this talk about nukes.

Bush can't be trusted - he loves war and he love to kill people.
The whole world knows that.

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Subject: "Israel must be wiped off the map"

Many news sources have presented one of Ahmadinejad's phrases in Persian as a statement that
"Israel must be wiped off the map", an English idiom which means to cause a place to stop existing.

Juan Cole, a University of Michigan Professor of Modern Middle East and South Asian History,
translates the Persian phrase as:

"The Imam said that this regime occupying Jerusalem (een rezhim-e ishghalgar-e qods) must
[vanish from] the page of time (bayad az safheh-ye ruzgar mahv shavad)."

"Ahmadinejad did not say he was going to wipe Israel off the map because no such idiom exists in Persian"
and "He did say he hoped its regime, i.e., a Jewish-Zionist state occupying Jerusalem, would collapse."

The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI) translates the phrase similarly:

"[T]his regime that is occupying Qods [Jerusalem] must be eliminated from the pages of history." [End Wikipedia excerpt]

My note: MEMRI is staffed almost exclusively by Israeli interpreters.
 Wil Burns

Wil, I don't care about that.
People who attempt to portray Iran as less-than a mortal enemy of Israel are crazy.

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Subject: Breast-offended Janet misses the point

Bart, I forwarded that article to my 30 year old son in the Navy.
I'm his Mom, I love him and want him to live as long as possible.

In fact, after reading about the beneficial effect these feminine parts provide for males,
can't help but wonder if there's a male body part that'll have the same benefit for us females.
Anyone happen to know?

A hundred years before either of us were born, poets were writing lines like,
"She makes my heart skip a beat."

Remember the old Popeye cartoons when Olive Oil would walk by,
and Bluto's heart would zoom 2-3 feet out of his chest and thump real loud?

Increasing one's blood circulation certainly benefits the body.

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Subject: Democrats could stop the war

The say that the Democrats don't have the votes to stop the war but that isn't true.
Bush is going to come to Congress wanting another 50 billion dollars.
Democrats have the votes to not give Bush any more money.

If you fund the war you are supporting the war. I'm tired of funding the politicians who are
funding the war so I refuse to give money to politicians of either party who keep voting for the war.

This week they are going to lie to us again and tell us that we're winning. We are not winning
because to win we have to defeat the people who we are trying to liberate. After 5 years we are told
over and over that we are almost there when the reality is that it keeps getting worse and worse.

The time has come to shut it down and get out of there.
If you really want to stop the war then cut off the money.

Marc Perkel
San Bruno, CA.

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Subject: sick of "the surge"

Heya Bart,

I go livid every time I hear somebody NOT in the Bush Misadministration referring to this latest Iraq escalation as a "surge."
The media, the democrats, Senate, the House, they all are parroting the word, seemingly without realizing that the word
was cooked up in some advertising agency because "escalation" would bring back bad memories for too many people.

If only people would drop "surge" and start calling it what it is--an escalation--this idiot surge thing would laid bare for
the folly that it is. Meanwhile, every time I hear the word, I have to resist the urge to throw chai at my television or radio
--especially when it comes out of the mouth of a Democratic senator or representative.

I find myself yelling at the radio: "Stop with the surge crap! Every time you use the word 'surge' you are playing
their game by their rules and you'll never win! Call it what it is: escalation. Throw the word in their faces!
Don't let them use it witnout correcting them! Every time some Republican jackass uses the word 'surge,' stop them
and say, "You mean escalation..." and see how far they get If you lat them own the language, you've lost!"

By that point I'm usually cleaning tea off my television screen.
Keeping swingin'
 KJ in CA

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A New Heart in Bombay


Fred's arteries were blocked. The wonder wasn't that Fred was able to walk; the wonder was that he was alive at all.
But, the doctors concluded, Fred could be fixed. A triple bypass would do the trick, they reckoned.

There was just one little problem. The operation would be $140,000. That apparently didn't include a 7-10 day
stay in the hospital, including at least a day in the intensive care ward, which by itself runs about $50,000 a day.

They started exploring options. Getting a second mortgage would be difficult, so they kept looking.
They finally found a hospital that could do the operation, they said, for about $20,000.
The hospital was in Mumbai (Bombay), India.

So - if you have a heart attack with no insurance,
just go to Bombay and have the family visit you there.

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"After he leaves office,  Bush is going to start a think tank. 
  That's right, it's like Michael Vick opening an animal shelter. 
  Yeah, the George Bush think tank: it only has a shallow end."  
     -- David Letterman

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Why bin Laden is still free

 "Bin Laden is more symbolism than anything else."
     -- Fraud Thompson,  Link

"The new bin Laden video reminds us that there is no greater responsibility for a president than to
protect America from attack.   bin Laden must be hunted down -- and as president, I will...
My presidency will be al Qaeda's worst nightmare."
      -- John McCain, on how he's different than Bush,    Link

"It's not worth spending billions of dollars just trying to catch one person."
     -- Mitt Romney, who sees things Bush's way,  Link

"I truly am not that concerned about him."
    --  Dubya,   March 13, 2002, SIX MONTHS after he vowed to hunt him down,  Link

  "I'm lying to you!  
    I want Saddam's oil!"


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Catholics - another sex check - $198M


The Diocese of San Diego agreed Friday to pay nearly $200 million to 144 people who were sexually
abused by clergy members, the second-largest payment since the U.S. abuse erupted five years ago.

The $198.1 million agreement capped more than four years of negotiations in state and federal courts
and came six months after the diocese filed for bankruptcy protection and just hours before the first
of 42 lawsuits was scheduled for trial.

Victims expressed relief that a settlement was reached - but also anger that it took so long.

"They knew all along that I'd been molested, so to put me through this is unconscionable,"
said Michael Berger of Atlanta.   Insurance will pay about $75 million.

Seriously, they're still selling the Catholics rape insurance?
Are they crazy?
It must be a money-laundering scheme - they should look into this.

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One thing we know for sure...

Larry Craig is not gay


Bruce Yurgil Toon-Off Semi-Finals - Round 9

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 Iraq pumped 3.5Mbarrels 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,

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


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

Some don't.
x 3,760....3,771

We lost  24  last week.

How crazy would you have to be
to get 3,771 soldiers killed for oil?


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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The Chaos Hawks


In the beginning were the War Hawks, and much did they counsel the powerful to do battle against Saddam. 
Then came the war, and the looting, and the Heritage Foundation hordes, and the hawks lamented exceeding 
loud and many soon repented of their ways. Yea, verily, they presently transformed themselves into Pottery 
Barn Hawks, eager to fix the disaster they had helped create and thus redeem themselves in the eyes of the 
faithful. In the fullness of time, though, the disaster ripened and flowered and became impossible of resolution, 
and the hawks despaired. Success had become unachievable, yea unto their own generation and the generation 
to come after them. In short, life sucked.

So what's a Pottery Barn hawk to do? 
The answer, lately, is: become a Chaos Hawk. First, admit that Iraq is hopeless, thus demonstrating that you're
not completely out to lunch. After all, the surge has produced only tiny gains in a few highly localized areas and 
has no chance of replicating those successes on a wide scale. The Iraqi government is dysfunctional, the police 
forces are dysfunctional, the army is years away from competence, militias are engaged in a ruthless campaign 
of sectarian cleansing, infrastructure is declining, and refugees are fleeing the country at a rate of thousands per day.

Or, turn on your TV and hear the Republicans and Bush's whore media say how great things are going... 

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Questions for Gen. Patraeus
  by Brent Budowsky

Do you agree that the government of Iraq is indebted to, and dependent on, Shiite factions that control
death squads and militia that favor Shiite military victory in sectarian wars that have raged for hundreds of years?

Do you agree that many of the same forces and factions that we support through the Iraqi government
are recipients of support from the government of Iran?

Are we not today providing money, weapons and bribes directly or indirectly to both sides in the
Shiite-Sunni sectarian war?

In your estimation, general, on a scale of 1 to 10, what is the probability that the current Iraqi government
will legitimately seek and achieve reconciliation between Shiites and Sunnis?

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