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Weekend-Monday    April 18-20, 2009 Vol 2320 - Teabag Cherry

Quote of the Day

"If a guy canít rape his wife,
   whoís he gonna rape?" 
      -- Wayne Ross, Sarah Palin's pick for Alaska 
          Attorney general, who was rejected for the 
          job by the AK legislature,    Link

  Butt Wayne, why do you have to rape anybody?


In Today's Tequila Treehouse...
Arrow Torture Memos Revealed 
Arrow The Torturersí Manifesto HOT
Arrow Torture Commission? HOT
Arrow Waiting for permissionHOT
Arrow FOX Explains Tea Parties
Arrow Reagan's Deregulation HOT
Arrow Paparazzi vs Madonna 
Arrow Mandy Moore Sultry HOT


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"*SLAP* I just slapped myself! *SLAP* *SLAP* *SLAP* I'm torturing myself, right now! That's torture! 
  *SLAP* According to these people. *SLAP* If there is another hit...ahhhhh - ahhhh - *sigh*...welllll *SLAP* *sigh* UHHHHHHB....wooooofff." 
     --  The vulgar Pigboy, torturing himself to prove torture is harmless,  Link

 Butt Rush, you're not doing it right - can I show you?

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Torture Memos Revealed


CIA interrogators were given legal authorization (from the White House) to slam an alleged "high-value" detainee's head
against a wall, place insects inside a "confinement box" to induce fear and force him to remain awake for 11 consecutive days,
according to a closely guarded August 1, 2002, legal memo released by the Justice Department on Thursday.

 The memo, signed by the former head of the Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel (OLC), Bush bastard Jay Bybee,
was written about a week after Bybee's office had given the CIA verbal authorization that subjecting the detainee to seven
other brutal interrogation methods would not violate torture laws.

"This letter memorializes our previous oral advice given on July 24, 2002 and July 26, 2002, that the proposed conduct would not
violate the prohibition against torture," wrote Bybee, who now has a lifetime judgeship on the Ninth Circuit US Court of Appeals.
CIA interrogators would not be in violation of torture laws, Bybee wrote, because they would not be acting with the intent to inflict
"severe pain or suffering" by subjecting detainees to the brutal interrogation methods outlined in the memo.

Said Bybee, "The absence of specific intent negates the charge of torture."

Have you ever seen such bullshit in your life?
If they have permission to slam his head against a brick wall, that means they have permission to smack this poor bastard
in the head with a brick - what's the difference?  And does anybody think they slammed his head gently or lightly?

And how the fuck do you slam a guy's head with a brick without the intent to inflict "severe pain or suffering?" 

Give me this Bybee piece of shit for an hour - I'll tie him to a chair and do all kinds of painful shit to him,
all the while I'll remember that my intention is not to  inflict severe pain or suffering.

How does that work?
How do you beat a man's head with a brick with good intent?

Remember 1992, when "Football Williams" slammed Reginald Denny's head with a brick?

 Jay Bybee say this is NOT a crime, yet Football Williams 
 was sentenced to 30 years in prison - but then - he was Black.

Next time some ghetto scumbag beats a white tourist with a brick, what prevents the scumbag
from arguing, "Yes, I did it, but I had no intention to inflict pain or suffering?"

How does a jury decide THAT's a crime and what the Bush bastards did was not?
How do you convict a guy for doing EXACTLY what Bush's Justice Dept said was legal?

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Our side ALWAYS looks good - when we list the facts.

 Subject: Newspaper's Decline

I thought Bill O'Reilly said they were in decline because of their "Liberal Ideology?"
Billo's defintion of "Liberal Ideology" is when the Newspaper DROPS his weekly (weak) column!

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"This past weekend our Commander in Chief displayed some real presidential sac. I say Hail to the Beef . 
He steered America out of dangerous waters and helped her escape some pretty unsavory characters. 
No, not the pirates. I'm talking about the Bill of Rights lovers who keep humping the leg of habeas corpus...
You see, the president is fighting a federal court's ruling that the detainees at Afghanistan's Bagram Air Force 
base have the right to habeas corpus, that they have the right to challenge their detention. But he's just following 
the long-standing principle of American justice - Guilty until proven forgotten about. Now, this is essentially the 
same stance taken by George Bush with one important difference, Obama makes the kids like it. Now, I don't 
know why he's denying them habeas corpus, I can only assume the guys they've got  detained over there did 
something really unforgivable like remind Obama he was once a professor of constitutional law. That is cold." 
     --  Stephen Colbert,    Video

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"Bill thought he was the President, too." 

The Torturersí Manifesto
  by the whore editorial board at the NYWTimes


To read the four newly released memos on prisoner interrogation written by George W. Bushís Justice Department is to take a journey into depravity.

Their language is the precise bureaucratese favored by dungeon masters throughout history. They detail how to fashion a collar for slamming a prisoner 
against a wall, exactly how many days he can be kept without sleep (11), and what, specifically, he should be told before being locked in a box with 
an insect - all to stop just short of having a jury decide that these acts violate the laws against torture and abusive treatment of prisoners.

In one of the more nauseating passages, Jay Bybee, then an assistant attorney general and now a federal judge, wrote admiringly about a contraption 
for waterboarding that would lurch a prisoner upright if he stopped breathing while water was poured over his face. He praised the Central Intelligence 
Agency for having doctors ready to perform an emergency tracheotomy if necessary...

These memos make it clear that Mr. Bybee is unfit for a job that requires legal judgment and a respect for the Constitution. Congress should impeach him. 
And if the administration will not conduct a thorough investigation of these issues, then Congress has a constitutional duty to hold the executive branch 
accountable. If that means putting Donald Rumsfeld and Alberto Gonzales on the stand, even Dick Cheney, we are sure Americans can handle it.

After eight years without transparency or accountability, Mr. Obama promised the American people both. His decision to release these memos 
was another sign of his commitment to transparency. We are waiting to see an equal commitment to accountability.

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Why didn't they seceed in 1999?
Then Bush would've just destroyed Texas.


"Abu Zubaydah had a paranoia about stinging insects, so they put him in cramped space 
  with a caterpillar and told him it stung -- and it worked! And this is what supposedly 
  makes us the moral equivalent of Al-Qaeda."
    --  the Vulgar Pigboy, certainly telling more lies,  

 It's my guess they put him in a room with 1,000 bees.

 Can't we get just one Republican blowhard to submit to a guy like me for "questioning?"
 I'll have the bastard understanding the meaning of torture in less than one minute.

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A Truth Commission on Torture is Needed
 Let's give the job to Lee Hamilton - again


Obama did the right thing this week when he ordered the release of Justice Department memos that the Bush bastards
used to justify CIA torture of Al Qaeda prisoners in its custody.

The president and Atty. Gen. Eric Holder also were correct when they not only renounced any future recourse to torture, 
but said there will be no prosecutions of the officers who did so under orders and believed their actions were legal.
The president is whistling past the graveyard, though, when he insists that this is "a time for reflection, not retribution." 
Without facts, reflection is little more than daydreaming. That's why Pat Leahy is right to call for a truth commission 
that can render an accurate historical accounting of the executive branch's shameful conduct over the last seven years.

"I'll rubbert stamp anything."

A truth commission is important because of the public rhetoric of the Bush bastards -- the very ones who pushed so hard 
behind closed doors for permission to torture and who have argued so strenuously that the legal memos ought to remain secret.

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"What's most striking about the tea-party movement is that most of the organizers haven't ever organized, 
  or even participated, in a protest rally before. General disgust has drawn a lot of people off the sidelines 
  and into the political arena, and they are already planning for political action after today." 
     --  Glenn Reynolds,     Link

 FOX Whore News is saying up to 800,000 people joined in, nationwide.

 Let's see, 310 million people, (doing the math) it looks like 25% of one percent
 of the country gives a fuck about the lies FOX WHORE NEWS is spewing about tea bagging.

 When we protested Bush, and had a half million people in each of several cities, the whore media said,
 "There were protestors AND Bush supporters marching today, back to you, Neil,"

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 Subject: Tiger - US Open

 Bart, Iíve never understood your disdain for Tiger, but I will defend (but not to the death)
 your right to hold that opinion.  Anyway, it was The Masters, not the U.S. Open.
   - GreatKingRat

 OK, I'll give my reasons.
 The whore media props up Tiger Woods to make more money for golf.
 Has Tiger used any of his power to help those without his talent?

 And is Tiger Woods really even that good?
 Every time I see him putt, it's usually like a two-footer.
 Christ, Mrs Bart can make two-foot putts.
 You should see her play miniature golf.

 Why does Eldrick get credit for making such easy shots?

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Waiting for permission to publish this exclusive HOT

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 Subject: teabagging and rights

Where were these clowns when Our Monkey pushed through the "patriot" act??
Now its seems all the dipsticks are coing out of the woodwork when the damage was done 5 or 6 yrs. ago.
 Don Z

 FOX News didn't tell them to march until after democracy was restored.

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FOX Explains Tea Parties


As for this week's tea parties, few people seemed to have any idea what, exactly, the events were meant to protest.

Even Fox News, which served as both quarterback and head cheerleader for the protests, had trouble explaining what 
the attendees were upset about, and what they wanted. They were angry, Fox told us -- but angry at what? Some were 
angry about taxes, or (typically unspecified) spending, or Washington, or (purely imaginary) attempts to repeal the
Second Amendment. Others just seemed angry at the wind. In Texas, some members of the "Party of Lincoln" 
even began talking about seceding from the United States.

One thing was clear: They were angry. Fox News' Neil Cavuto made that clear during an exchange with Bill O'Reilly:
"They're annoyed at everybody. ... There is a palpable rage here. ... These were a lot of average folks who 
said they were sick of it. ... They're just very angry. They don't like being laughed at. They don't like being 
joked about. They're average folks who want to just be treated like average Americans who are angry."

(Presumably, the people who don't like being laughed at were not the people who walked around with bags of tea 
dangling from the frames of their glasses.)

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 Subject: Dreams vs Hope

Hope isn't the excuse for not doing anything....Faith is.

Good point.
They recently arrested a pilot for praying instead of taking action when his plane was in trouble

The election hate from the left burnt me out...glad to see you are still going strong.

I'll be around for a long, long time - probably...

They really disliked Clinton for letting Bush1 off the hook.
Unfortunately Obama is doing the same now.
 Nobody Special

That's why when the Left screamed "worst ever" at Clinton,
I'd always ask, "Compared to who?"

Good to have you back.

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Reagan's deregulation


Reaganís massive deregulation was the key to generate great wealth over a short period of time without regard to consequence.
The Reaganiteís desire to return to post Roosevelt governance was the birth of unpatriotic greed. The Reaganites were so intent
on destroying all federal social programs such as SS, they purposively spent heavily on military and other dead end money pools
to create a massive federal debt liability. Their intent was to spend so much at the federal level all social programs would have to
be discontinued for the US to stay solvent. The Social Security Fund was and is the republican grail of privatization nirvana.

All that money lying around just waiting to be acquired. For those who still remain lukewarm on the issue, think of this. The republican
politicians have never argued that Social Security tax should cease, they argue that the taxes should go to a private entity for individual
taxpayer investment. We see what deregulation has brought to the financial markets, that is social security waiting to happen if we allow
any form of social security modification, privatization or reforms. And you wondered why Grover Norquist worships Reagan.

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 Subject: Obama 

I voted for Obama in the Florida primary ( even though I was told my vote would not count ), 
I voted for him for President. I contributed to his campaign and knocked on doors for him. 
That being said, I must express my dismay at his decision not to investigate those 
that tortured in my name per the Bush memos that were released this week,

The entire defense used by those tried at Nuremburg centered around two issues. 
(1) "I did not know what was going on" and (2) "I was only following orders." 
Demjanjuk said as much in his deportation hearing. His defense was that he did not know 
those evil acts occurred at Sobibor and what ever he did he did because he was following orders.

I have always accused my friends that are"loyal Bush supporters" for the past 8 years 
of not holding Bush accountable for his Unconstitution actions. They, not I, allowed Bush 
to drive this country into the ditch.

Since I am an Obama supporter it is my duty as a citizen NOT to defend his decisions 
that are so boneheaded as this decision not to investigate, bring charges if warranted, 
hold trials and allow justice to take its course. Torture is against the law.

Mike, you're not alone, but maybe it's deeper than that.

I'm disappointed, too, but Obama has more facts (and is tons smarter) than you and me.
What if his only option is putting a spotlight on Bush's crimes?

Maybe we could do the South African thing here:
Confess your crimes, all of them, ON THE RECORD AND IN PUBLIC, and we'll get past this.
But anything you try to hide - and get caught on - you're charged with and you do the time.

But if I know our sissfied Democrats, they'll say "That's much too harsh."

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 Subject: 2009 World Series of Poker

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It's the "Stimulus Special" Sat. May 30th.   The rest of the schedule can be found at Worldseriesofpoker.com

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 Mike, that's a great idea - let's do that, because it looks like 
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"They could have asked those questions quietly.  That could have been a quiet story. It could have been a story 
  that came out the day after the election...And itís unfortunate that those last-minute, eleventh-hour charges can 
  have an impact on the race...Youíve got two reporters who inserted themselves into a Democrat campaign 
  commercial four days before an election, which I found stunning."
     -- Norm Coleman, angry that reporters listed the facts about funny, funneled money,    Link

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 Subject: your random thought to combat pirates


 So Clooney and his brave crew in The Perfect Storm, are toast?
 Not to mention the guy in The Old Man and the Sea....
  Wes in NYC

You're in favor of killing (from orbit with star wars lasers, apparently) ANY small boat more than 50 miles offshore? 
Dude, I must have read you wrong, because that's like Ted Nugent-retarded right there. That's every fishing boat 
(seen The Perfect Storm? Those guys were halfway to Greenland), every recreational sailor (the CLOSEST Bahamas 
islands to Miami are 60 miles out, and most are 3 times that), and let's not forget all those brave men in speedboats, 
pressing onward thru the dark of night, smuggling in the weed you were apparently smoking when you printed that goofy shit. 
Please tell me I read you wrong, Bart.

No, you have it right.
I want to murder every fisherman in the world.
I want them all lined up and shot - every one of them.
Dead, dead, dead - because I hate fish and the people who fish for 'em.
Murder is generally my first choice whenever I have to make a decision.

Did you really mean to write such a crazy e-mail?
BTW, I only smoke good, old American God's flowers.

 I don't know a lot about boats, but surely our satellites and jet fighters can tell the difference
 between a slow-as-Bush fishing boat and a 5-man speedboat designed to attack a big ship.

I mean, one is big and slow and designed to carry tons of fish

and the other is about the size of a bass boat.

Why is this boat fifty miles offshore of Somalia?

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Paparazzi sends Madonna to Hospital


Madonna was tossed to the ground when her horse was startled by paparazzi, 
who jumped out of the bushes to photograph her Saturday, publicist Liz Rosenberg said. 

She was rushed to Southampton Hospital with minor injuries and bruises after the fall 
while riding at the Bridgehampton farm of celebrity photographer Steven Klein. 

If I had Madonna's money I think I'd travel with a gang of goons.
And when something like this happens, I'd have my goons go bat-shit crazy on the bastards.

Is that legal? 
Probably not.

Is that moral?
You bet your ass and I'd do it until the problem was solved.

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 Subject: Tea baggers and tax protesters

Bart,  Iíve been thinking about all the calls for secessesion from Texas and Georgia and other southern states and I say let them go. 
But before they do we should close down ALL the military bases and move them to northern states that want to stay in the union. 
Not only military bases but VA hospitals, USDA offices, national parks and other federally operated offices. 

Note: Moving Big Bend National Park will be expensive.

Then we need to go through and blow up every dam and reservoir that was created by the TVA and WPA during the depression 
using US federal money, we wouldnít want them to taint themselves with having to get water from a corrupt system.  And of course 
Texas can start patrolling their own border with Republic of Texas money, they can land their planes with Republic of Texas money,
they can keep up the national parks and dams using Republic of Texas money.  Iím sure Rick Perry already has this all figured out.

You see everyone thinks that reconstruction ended in the 1800ís, but it hasnít.  The south got (and still gets) all those military bases 
and federal offices in order to create jobs for a poor region.  The south sucks on the teat of the government more than any other part 
of the country and this is never truer than the state of Texas.  If they want to threaten to leave the union they should realize that a large 
chunk of their employment comes from the federal government.  So I say let them leave, we could certainly use the jobs up here in 
the north.  They can start paying their own way for a change.  And if the people in the south think taxes are bad now, try it without 
all the government handouts they are currently getting.

I pay my taxes gladly each year because I figure itís a small price to pay to live in the greatest country in the world. 
Those that donít want to pay their taxes are, in my mind, un-patriotic.
  Tony, MSgt, USAFR

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I have a better idea:
Oink if you got screwed by BIG OIL last year.
Exxon made $120M per day, pure profit in 2008.


Did the little people suffer?


Old Business

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 Subject: Your comment on that Monkey Mail with the monkey kid

 You had me laughing so hard at John Murphy who wrote the monkey mail!
 You toy with them like a cat who knows the mouse is going to get totally devoured.
 I just read your response again and I'm laughing so hard I've got tears in my eyes.
 That was precious.
  Címon monkeysÖ send in some more mail so I can laugh even harder!
  Debbie in Milwaukee, WI

Hey, BC:
That Monkey Mail from #2319 (Thursday the 16th) was old school classic stupid monkey mail. 
Inconsistent punctuation, bad spelling, piss-poor grammar and less logic than a dollar store calculator. 
This jerkoff has some nerve to talk about "the most poorly educated people in America." 
Funny how a Democratic president has brought the morons out of hibernation, and they still think it's 1994.

 What a beautiful monkey take-down, Bart.
 You cured my high blood pressure, depression, and back pain all at once with that one.
 (Unless it was the Vicodin kicking in - nah.)
 Endless props and thanks to the great American treasure from Tulsa!

 Monkey Mail is the easiest and funnest part of this job.

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"I don't think we should question Obama's patriotism or his intentions. 
  Let's give the new administration a chance. Let's not question their intentions." 
    -- Bahbi Jindal, taking himself out of the 2012 race,    Link

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Red State Update on Teabagging

"Hell" and "Damn," but safe for work.

 Subject: The extinction of newspapers

As a retired journalist I know first hand why newspapers are nearly obsolete...like the financial institutions
and all of corporate america they are TOP HEAVY.  Those at the top of their organizational charts are grossly overpaid
while the lower echeclon of measley writers and editors are underpaid, making less than teachers, policemen and firemen.
I personally love hearing the death squeals of the corporate pigs.

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Angry - Obama not prosecuting torture


Human rights groups and torture victims expressed disappointment Friday with Obama's decision
not to prosecute CIA operatives who used torture on helpless victims, many of whom were innocent.

Obama sought to turn a page on what he called "a dark and painful chapter" with his announcement a day earlier.
He condemned torture while promising to let the trotruers go free, pissing off a lot of people.  The decision left some
bitter in the Muslim world, where there was widespread anger over abuse of detained terror suspects. It could tarnish
Obama's growing popularity among Arabs and Muslims, who have cheered his promises to close Gitmo and leave Iraq.

"All of us in Guantanamo never had hope or faith in the American government," said Jomaa al-Dosari, a Saudi who spent
six years being tortured at Gitmo. "We only ask God for our rights and to demand justice for the wrongs we experience
in this life. There will be a time in history when every person who committed a wrong will be punished."

So - why did Obama bother with that lofty inaugural speech and "unclenching fists" if he was going to do this?
Why did he bother making his first interview with Al Jazeera if he was going to turn a blind eye to the torturers?

I realize that he's stuck - he's either got to piss off the Muslim world or 45% of America, but deep down,
aren't most Republicans against torturing the innocent hoat herders?

I have no idea what that's like - I guess you don't, either. 
What's it like being tortured for hour after hour, day after day, week after week, 
month after month, year after year?  How does the human brain cope with that?

Seems like the humane thing would be to allow the innocent to commit suicide - but there was no way
the prisoners can, so they had no choice but to put up with it,  hour after hour, day after day, week after week,
month after month, year after year - and *my* president is OK with letting the sadistic bastards off the hook?

But, as always, I have to remember the important question, "Compared to who?"
However bad the torturing was, it has stopped.
Things are certainly better than they were under torturer Fuhrer Bush.

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Who is the mystery cartoonist?

The cartoonist is Scott Stantis, a conservative, but a very reasonable one.
He really went after the Smirking Chimp over his borrow-and-spend and especially torture and surveillance.

Nice to see a GOPer who isn't the slightest bit worried about displeasing Pigboy, especially in the Old South.
If this keeps up, Future elections will be between us and the Libertarians, with the Rethugs getting 10%
and winning the strip of land from Charleston to Amarillo.
 Badger in Colorado

A reasonable conservative?
What will they think of next?

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Republicans - too busy to mess with New Orleans
while Katrina was strangling 11,000 people of color.

 Subject: Olbermann gone rogue...


Who pissed in Keith's Triple A-Rod Latte?

The one guy I thought may see that a little diplomacy might come in handy, has already, after fewer than
90 days in office, called Obama a conspirator in the BFEE handiwork of the last eight years.

Sure investigating the Cheney years is important, but not before we can make sure that people keep their jobs and homes.
WERE I BEEN AS THEY HAD TO DO,  (Is that a rhetorical landmine you just laid there?) 
I would focus on straightening shit out for everyone first, then get some payback.

Is Keith just a liberal George Will? A baseball expert blowhard?  Or does the fact that
he has to be a blowhard compel him to seem like a stick of deep-fried shit?

Speaking of which, I'll bet a bottle of Chinaco that Keith will be the new John Madden.
At least you never let me down.
Ed Schultz's TV show is a fucking disaster as well.
Too bad my friend who was a VP of Talent Development for Disney got laid off.

We was so close.

Minneapolis Mtt
Prometheus Found

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 Subject: Your comments on USA Today


When I read your comments about  USA Today not "giving" their customers what they want, followed immediately by your plea
for comtributions, the irony was inescapable.  Know what?  Someone who reads USA Today for free is not really a customer of theirs.
The people who buy hard copies are customers.  You comment, i.e. complain,  that only 2% of your readers contribute.
I would bet that even a smaller percentage of those who read USA Today online contribute to USA Today.  Yet you call them bastards
for not giving you their entire publication online for free.  I believe you also have content, what you call Bartcop Radio, that you only
provide to paying customers.  Doesn't that make you a bastard because you don't give away everything for free.  If not, why not?
 Dave P

 Dave, boy - I'd hate to be you right now.

 Say, do you have a digital camera nearby? I'd like to try an experiment.
 Point the digi-cam at your face and I'll tell you when to snap it.

 Right now the facts are chomping at the bit to kick your ass.

 I'll bet it was an accident that you missed this part:

> One of the worst offenders us USA Whore Today.  I'll read something, then I'll want to put it on the page
> so I search for it online - but it's not there and I'll be damned if I'll spent half a day re-typing an entire story.

 What does that tell a sharp guy like yourself?

 If I can't find a USA Today story online - where did I find it?

 C'mon, let that giant light bulb appear over your head.

 I subscribe to USA Today - how else would I know to search for a certain story online?
 I don't have time to re-type what's in my ink-stained hand - that's what pisses me off.



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 Subject: GM dealers

Regarding the rant from Danny -  I have two American cars I love, a 1999 Tahoe and a 2006 Buick.
Both are really nice cars, but I wonít buy American again. Why?  The dealerships.

They lie and promise you anything to get you to buy, and then when you go to pick up the car
expecting that piece of trim to be tightened down or that auto start installed, they tell you sorry
when they canít do it, and you canít return the brand new car but theyíll buy it back as ďusedĒ.

Then the service department canít fix anything under warranty to save their lives.
They canít even find the problem even though 4 other casual observers noticed it
Ö.and suddenly, when itís out of warranty they can figure it outÖwith a hefty price tag.
Sorry GMÖitís not you; itís your dealers that suck.
 Jim in Topeka

The last time I bought GM was a 1987 Cutlass Supreme.

I paid extra for a bumper-to-bumper warranty that was good for a year.
After 11 months, I took my car back to the dealer with 14 complaints.
They told me one of my 14 complaints was covered on my bumper-to-bumper warranty.

That was the last time I bought GM.

With Honda and Toyota, after 11 months we had no complaints.

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Now that he's won - he's Hitler?

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Subject: Donation

Hi Bart! 
Keeping the hammer flying, like always

Greeting from dusty Iraq again! 
It's spring, so we have the spring sandstorms to deal with. 
It just plain gets nasty.  I'm glad the govt got rid of that problem in the US, 
you have to wonder if the wingers think we DESERVED the dustbowl? 
Keep on hammering, 

Dude, thanks - and be careful out there.

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