"Obama bears traits that resemble the anti-Christ
and I'm scared to death that uneducated people will ignorantly vote him into office. You
see, what bothers me most, besides being a Communist, and a racist... He pretends to be a Christian
and he incriminates himself when he speaks about Christianity. To lie about being a believer in Christ is
very dangerous. Lightning could strike him at any minute! He doesn't have a clue what the Bible says
and yet he pretends to be a church-going Christian to win votes. That is sooooo evil."
-- former SNL vet Victoria Jackson, tired of being in show business,
This crazy bitch makes Dennis Miller sound reasonable (not a compliment).
Good luck with the rest of your acreer, Victoria...
4. "A whack job." -- a top McCain adviser describing
Palin, one-upping the McCain adviser who called her a "diva"
7. "She said that small towns, that's the part
of the country she really likes going to because that's the pro-America part
of the country. I just want to say to her: F**k you." -- Jon Stewart, speaking
about Palin to a college audience in Boston
11. [Sarah Palin] represents a fatal cancer
to the Republican party." -- conservative handjob columnist David Brooks
14. "I need to know if she really thinks that
dinosaurs were here 4,000 years ago. Because
she's gonna have the nuclear codes." - - Matt Damon
With the election 5 days away, Sarah Palin has
yet to do her first press conference.
If she can't do a press conference then is she
really ready to take over as president?
It's just not acceptable for McCain to put forward
a candidate who won't do press conferences.
It's basically an admission that Colon Powell
is right. Palin is not qualified for the job,
and McCain isn't qualified for picking her.
Excerpt: The modern conservative movement is dying in
front of our eyes, and its death throes aren't pretty.
ha ha I love reading stuff like that.
As John McCain heads for likely defeat, the GOP
is eating itself.
Right-wing politicians and pundits who never criticized
Bush in eight years are suddenly jumping
ship like rats, while bitter-end loyalists angrily
accuse them of being "pathetically opportunistic."
After months of veering from one tactic to the
next, McCain has finally settled on one message
for his campaign, but it's absurd: claiming that
the party whose signature is tax cuts for the rich
is really on the side of Joe the Plumber.
Meanwhile, 3.1 million real Joe the Plumbers across
America are sending Obama millions of dollars,
a torrent of cash that is helping to flush the
GOP down the national toilet.
Did you hear Obama yesterday?
"I'm going to cut taxes for 98% of all small
businesses and that includes 99.9% of all plumbers."
...and he says it in a way that doesn't sound like he's taunting anybody.
McCain is saddled with so much Bush baggage - he doesn't have a chance.
Dear Bart: I don't get it. First Obama
trashes the Clinton 90s. then I read an article where he praises
that time and looks forward to repeating it.
Now, Bob Herbert, who declared both Bill and Hillary to be
The World's Greatest Racist praises Hillary's
campaign! In a column dated Oct. 27th 2008 he writes this:
Hillary helped define the new political atmosphere
with her own historic run for the White House. McCain, demonstrating again his tone-deafness
to the new reality, tried to capitalize on Hillary's remarkable achievement by cynically selecting
Sarah Palin, the anti-Hillary, as his running mate.
Where the hell did that come from? I thought as
far as Herbert and Frank Rich and Huffington, et al.
were concerned the Clintons ran EXACTLY the sort
of campaign John and Sarah are running.
I mean, they did declare the two of them to be
horrible racists who would say anything to win, right?
That did happen, didn't it?
Yeah, but we're going to win so let's let that go.
> You crazy sons of bitches kept saluting Der
Monkey as he drove you over the cliff. > You were warned 100 times, so why are you
acting so surprised now? > His approval ratings have been in the twenties
for years and you stuck with him. > You had a chance to denounce him - but nooooooooooooooooo. > Now you're paying the price, you dumb sons
These are some of the most important words I've
ever read on your site.
The GOP and their redneck racist supporters need
to have their own history
shoved back in their faces for the next 8 years,
with extreme prejudice!
Their minions are all over TV now saying that
Obama and the Dems need to govern
from the center (assuming they win). Screw that!
It's going to take a radical progressive
agenda to undo all the damage these crooks have
Excerpt: After losing $18.8 billion in the first half
of this year and facing more red ink for months to come,
G.M. is now trying to salvage its future through
a possible merger with Chrysler, another deeply
troubled American automaker. Amid the financial
crisis and the chaos on Wall Street, the struggles
of G.M., the world's largest automaker, have
been just another startling development in a season
chock full of startling news.
Autos have been prized jewels in America's industrial
crown for a century, and Detroit once
dominated a truly global industry. Now, possible
bankruptcy looms for G.M. and perhaps Chrysler.
Bart, before you accuse someone of being a Nazi
you ought to educate yourself on what the real
Nazi did and what they stood for. Your
definition of Nazi seems to be one of non-essentials.
Hell, I don't think your definition even has any
objective referents but seems to be anyone you
don't like or disagree with. Study
the history and platform of the National Socialist Party in Germany
and learn what they wanted and tried to do.
Learn what they stood for in terms of essentials and adopt
an honest definition of Nazi then ask if every
Republican fits with in that class. National Socialism was
the second most deadly party of the 20th century,
not something to be taken lightly.
I know you will, like Rush, fall back on the
"it's only humer folks, lighten up" defense but come on.
Your humor is primarily name calling and the
electronic equivelent of drawing mustaches on posters.
John McCain is no more a Nazi than Barack Obama
is a Communist. And you know it.
When I was in high school, I was in a band with a guitar player named
He couldn't play guitar very well.
Bart, I renewed my subscription with the promise
that there would be more BCR to listen to.
Come on, man! If you can't make gravy from
this roast how can you expect me to come to dinner with the advertising
You were right that your rates are reasonable,
but in order to drive interest in both of our sites,
you are going to have to keep radio coming, polydactil
new cat or not.
Not having another radio show this close to the
Super Bowl is like Bill Belichick not taping other teams' plays.
The main reason I donated now and in the past
is to hear the shows.
I am disappointed.
Matt, you are correct - I'm late with the radio
I could do a radio show today - but I'd
shut down 2 days to do it and there's so much
Plus, the news is moving so fast, by the time
I get something recorded
and post-produced there are newer, fresher stories
that need attention.
I assume things will get back to normal after
Try to have faith - I'm doing my best to keep
"When Bush became president the world was largely
at peace, the U.S. military was largely at rest, oil was $23 a barrel, the economy was growing
at more than 3 percent, $1 was worth something, the debt was under $6 trillion and the government
was running a surplus. The 9-11 attacks increased the world's willingness to cooperate with
us. You, by contrast, will inherit wars in Iraq and Afghanistan, tired and stretched armed forces, a global
struggle with terrorism, oil that has ranged as high as $150 a barrel, a weaker dollar, substantial anti-American
sentiment, a deficit that could reach $1 trillion in your first year, a ballooning national debt
of some $10 trillion and a global economic slowdown that will increase instability in numerous countries." -- Richard Haas, listing the facts,
I always try to get the wet-my-pants Democrats to list the
facts, but they're always so scared and helpless - they just can't do
Excerpt: I think McCain really does have a decent shot
at winning, and that's not just because I'm a longtime
Republican political operative. Despite what
the polls seem to be saying, a closer look at the numbers
shows that a Democratic victory is not a foregone
conclusion. Why? Obama, a Black man, needs to be
polling consistently above 50 percent to win.
And in crucial battleground states, he isn't.
Hey, BC, I'm going to join Tony from Chicago,
who pledged to donate $10
to bartcop.com for every red
state that Obama and the Democrats turn blue.
As you know, I've been reading you for a long
time, and I've always considered you
to be the smartest, quickest, funniest, most
perceptive political humorist / commentator
/ Tequilla boy available to the public today.
Why you aren't famous has long has been a mystery
to me. But the least I can do to
show you how much I appreciate your seemingly
tireless efforts -- often against stiff odds
-- is to send along a ten or two now and then
to keep the treehouse stable in the wind.
I don't know how you do it day after day, I just
know that I hope you...
Ray, I hope Obama (and each of us) has a great night on Nov 4th
ha ha - that's excellent!
Subject: Election night pledge
Bart, I'm gonna put my own spin on Ken's Pledge.
I pledge to send you $1 for every electoral vote
that Barack Obama receives more than McCain.
Some polls are putting the electoral votes at
355-156 for Obama.
Thats $199 you could get.
Matt, that rocks - thanks!
November 4th could turn out to be the Party of the Decade!
Anybody planning to join us in the Live Chat Room?
Trust me, we'll have more/better/faster
news than CNN.
Excerpt: Virginia Republican Party Chairman Jeff Frederick
says he knows his state's historically
conservative voters, but that John McCain's campaign
dismissed his input even as he slid
in polls and the state unexpectedly became a
"They act as if, 'How could you tell us to change
our plan?'" said Mr. Frederick, who had
offered advice on how to minimize losses in the
state's liberal-leaning northern region.
Republican Party leaders from several states -
including tightly contested, must-win battlegrounds
- have begun privately voicing reservations about
McCain strategies and the campaign's failure
to return phone calls or respond to suggestions
and offers of volunteer support.
"They ignore you. They don't keep their commitments.
And word is that the party has a clock
counting down the days till it can throw the
McCain people out of state party's headquarters,"
said one state party leader, who spoke on the
condition of anonymity.
Excerpt: Led Zeppelin are planning to return to recording
and touring -- without Robert Plant,
according to John Paul Jones. Jones said
they were trying out different singers to replace
'Diva' Plant, who loves to sing the songs but
not with his old friends who helped write them.
Some 20 million people applied for 20,000 tickets
for the the O2 Arena concert in London last
December -- the band's first full gig since
they split in 1980 following the death of John Bonham.
Jones said he, Jimmy Page and Jason Bonham were
keen to get out playing concerts again,
and were not hanging around waiting for Plant
to change his country-rock mind.
"We are trying out a couple of singers," said
the bassist/keyboard player.
"We want to do it. It's sounding great and we
want to get on and get out there."
I got a laptop and I'm ready to report from the
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