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"The President has a big megaphone and he intends to use that megaphone in these final weeks..."
     -- David Axelrod, on Obama "closing" the health care debate,    Link

 I hate, hate, hate that kind of talk.  To me that sounds like, 
"Even tho we're down by 30 points, our quarterback intends 
  to use that great arm of his to score some points in the final quarter."

 Why don't WE get thirty points ahead and THEN go on vacation?
 I want to have faith in Obama but so far he's showing us nothing.

 And I realize people are gettuing upset with me for criticizing Obama, but what should I do? 
 Say "Obama has a secret plan to come back" and then have him fail?

 I figure if you wanted to be lied to you'd go to KOS or Randi Rhodes.

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"We Hate the United States" 
 Secessionists Handjobs Rally at TX Capitol


 Perhaps the most notable thing about the “Sovereignty or Secession” rally at the state Capitol on Monday was the 
absence of any remotely mainstream speakers. That little problem in presentation did not escape the event’s organizers 
from the Texas Nationalist Movement. In fact, several speakers bitterly complained that neither Gov. Rick Perry
nor a single one of the 70-plus supporters of Rep. Brandon Creighton’s HCR 50, a resolution asserting Texas’
“sovereignty” from the federal government, made an appearance.

Back in April, Perry flirted with the idea of secession when he told reporters after a Tax Day tea party event:
“There’s absolutely no reason to dissolve [the Union]. But if Washington continues to thumb their nose at the 
American people, you know, who knows what might come out of that.”

Even for a governor who frequently plays to the more extreme elements in the Texas GOP, it was a gobsmackingly 
‘out there’ remark. But it certainly did wonders for the secession crowd -- long a totally marginal and ridiculed group 
with about as much chance of capturing the mainstream imagination as the LaRouche cult.

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"I think I now know what Sarah Palin may have been feeling, but I feel 
  absolutely committed to the cause, to what God wanted me to do with my life."
      -- Mark Sanford (R-Argentina),   Link

 If you're following God's orders, explain why you cheated on your wife.

 Don't you hate these "I talk to God" handjobs?

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Subject: Number One reason why I backed Hillary last year? 

Because she ain't no bandleader,
 Kenny G

Because she was gonna bite them in the ass real hard from Day One.

Dude, wasn't it because she was a "knife- fighter"?  Right there with you pal.

Hillary wasn't a quitter. And she had more balls then the rest of the guys put together.
Am I right, Bart?
 Janet in Morton Grove

I said that after Ken Starr ordered the FBI to go thru Hillary's underwear drawer,
she was driven to get even with those sons of bitches and motivation really counts.

Obama's cool, laid-back style works great when you're winning,
but when you're losing, most people want to see the guy in charge join the fight.

I don't mean to suggest Obama WILL lose this fight because the fight's not over, 
but every week that goes by without our quarterback in the game scares me a more.

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Subject: BCR Show 156


I just listened to your Glenn Beck beatdown from BCR 156. 
I swear, if his words were translated into German, with a litle static 
added for effect, it could have been Berlin radio in 1943!
 Ron in Arizona

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Shep Smith Mocks Glenn Beck's "Fear Chamber"

Pope Immune from Sex Charges?
 Bush knew what Benny wanted for Xmas - September 20, 2005


ROME —  The U.S. Justice Department has told a Texas court that a lawsuit accusing Pope Benedict XVI 
of conspiring to cover up the sexual molestation of three boys by a seminarian should be dismissed because 
the pontiff enjoys immunity as head of state of the Holy See.

Assistant U.S. Attorney General Peter Keisler said in Monday's filing that allowing the lawsuit to proceed 
would be "incompatible with the United States' foreign policy interests."

A 1994 Texas lawsuit against Pope John Paul II was dismissed after the U.S. government filed a similar motion.

Why didn't Noriega have the same immunity?
If we had captured Hitler, we couldn't put him on trial because he was a head of stste?>

How'd that head of state immunity work out for Saddam?

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Subject: you asked about Blu-Ray

Bart, Blockbuster rents Blu-Ray for the same price as regular DVDs. 
Last year, I took the plunge and bought a 50” plasma TV and signed up for Dish Network high-def service. 
Later on I bought a Blu-Ray player and I’m pretty underwhelmed.  The Dish HD broadcast is 1080i and 
the Blu-Ray is 1080p and I can’t tell a difference. 

In fact, most Blu-Ray movies are slightly letterboxed so the picture is slightly smaller than broadcast HD. 
I hear that Blu-Ray may make a difference on a TV that’s bigger than 50”.
Your Pal,

Hey Bart,
I pay an extra dollar a month to NetFlix for blue ray movies (when available).  Other than the fact that 
they seem to have more stuff on them, like extra features, I don’t really notice any significant difference
in the quality of the picture.  On the rare occasion that I may buy a movie or 2, I can get at least 2 DVDs
for the same price of one blue ray.  I can’t believe they actually cost that much more to produce. 
One nice thing about the blue ray player is that it makes regular DVDs look much better on an HD TV.
 Greg in CO

Netflix is now the biggest spammer on the Internet.

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GOP war on science = Job killer
Reigniting basic research can put Americans back to work 


Name an industry that can produce 1 million new, high-paying jobs over the next three years. 
You can't, because there isn't one. And that's the problem. 

Consider a few milestones from Bell Labs: Fax transmission, long-distance television transmission, 
photovoltaic solar cells, the transistor, the UNIX operating system, and cellular telephony. Each of these 
innovations laid the groundwork for vibrant new industries. The transistor alone is the building block for 
computers, consumer electronics, telecom systems, high-tech medical devices, and much more. These basic 
research breakthroughs unleashed cycles of applied innovation that created entirely new sectors of our economy. 

Compounding the effects of outsourcing and extended recession, the ongoing destruction of old business models 
(think print journalism, the music business, and landline telephones) will slash a large number of high-value jobs in 
the coming decade. The result? A broken demand structure.

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Subject: Cheney confessed to a war crime 

> Dick Cheney: I knew about the waterboarding - as a general policy we had approved.

That's confessing to a "war crime." At what point do they take him into custody? 
If I was boasting on TV about some crime that I had committed I wonder how long they would ignore MY crime?
Who says "no one is above the law."

Tommy Chong was imprisoned for selling water pipes - because that's a serious crime.
Torturing a hundred-plus suspects to death is just "Good morning" from the Bush bastards.

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"Most polls are very bad for the President and the Democratic Party. This is due to uneasiness on health care 
  particularly among independent voters. Part of this has been fueled by the fact that Speaker Pelosi and others 
  who are highly polarizing have been seen leading the health care debate rather than the President." 
        -- David Johnson of Strategic Vision, (Never heard of him or them)   Link

 Please write in and tell me that I'm crazy.

 Tell me that I'm reading the situation wrong and everything going according to plan. 

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Subject: BCR Show 156

Hey Bart,

Just listened to show 156.  Hot damn, that was a good one! 
Loved the Beck smackdown.  How can an asshole like that stay employed?

You mentioned requests for ending songs – I vote for Shirley.
Now on to BCR Show 157 – seems like Christmas...
 Greg in CO

Greg, BCR Show 158 will close with the best Shirley song ever.

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"The polls have been showing not simply an erosion in the President's approval numbers but a decline 
  in support from the liberal base of his own party. Politico says 'some' in the White House are looking for 
  an opportunity to make that worse...Politico wants us to believe that there are 'some Administration officials,' 
  all of them anonymous, who are actively seeking to destroy the President's credibility, turn off Democrats, 
  weaken health reform, remove the one feature with extremely high public approval and do all this because...
  because McCain taunted Obama last year that he can't stand up to his own Party? How about standing up 
  to McCain, and Grassley, and Steele, and the rest of the crazies?"
      -- Scarecrow,   Link

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Subject: Where is Obama?

Bart, you asked "Any ideas why Obama seems to be committing political suicide?"

And "Are there people who think he's winning this fight?"
YES,  but I'm NOT one of them.

I believe Democrats will pass some sort of health reform bill because to not do so REALLY makes them look like failures.
But if people think they will get something trans formative, or revolutionary, they are mistaken.
Democrats will give in on the most meaningful parts of the reform bill.

When all the nice-nice is done, the bill will be a pale shadow of what was originally intended.
Obama made the choice to dive into health care reform, after being elected, but he never did dive in.
He just stuck a toe in the water, while most Dems stood shivering on the beach.

I saw more FIGHT against reform than for it.
I don't get it.
 Mary Lou

He's supposed to talk to the nation again next week, but if he says the same things
the same way, he can't expect any more traction that what he's gotten so far.

Want to try live chat that night?


I'm now hearing that Obama is NOT talking to us next week - he's talking to the school children?

Oh Christ - is he going to read My Pet Goat?

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Drunk Rethug crashes boat, 5 injured 
  He was speeding in the dark and hit some rocks


Rethug State Rep. Greg Barkus was driving the speedboat that crashed into some rocks Thursday that hospitalized five, 
including U.S. Rep. Denny Rehberg, (R-Rethug). One, state director Dustin Frost, has a serious but "survivable" head injury .
The Republican congressman was recovering from ankle surgery, and had a fracture around his eye. Barkus, a Kalispell Republican 
who owns the boat, was said to be up and about. Another Rehberg staffer, Kristin Smith, suffered fractures to her nose, wrist, 
foot and ribs, as well as bruises and lacerations on her face.

The 15- to 20-minute boat ride back across Flathead ended in the dark only a few feet from shear rock cliffs that could have 
delivered an even more tragic end. The powerboat was traveling fast enough to be propelled completely out of the water.

No matter how little alcohol was in the rethug's system, he was drunk enough.to pilot that boat 
that fast into some rocks in the dark which severely injuried at least two of his passengers.

They say Dustin Frost suffered a serious brain injury.
The lady had at least four broken bones and lacerations to her face.

Is drunk driving winked at in Montana?

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Subject: Dear Republicans


Fuck you. No, I'm not joking. I'm sick of this bullshit.

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First she used the 50-50.
Then she phoned a friend who said "Moon."
Then she asked the audience - they said ""Moon,"
then she said "I gotta go with my gut - Elephant."

I'll bet she's against health care, too.

Cheney for President?
 Some Rethugs want him to run


At first, it seemed like a joke. 
Whore Street Journal columnist James Taranto opined on Monday that -- if the 2012 election 
were to turn to national security -- "it's hard to think of a better candidate than Cheney."

But while his headline -- "Cheney for President" -- provoked guffaws in some quarters, 
some well-regarded strategists and pollsters are actually taking the idea deadly seriously.

Alex Castellanos, a frequent CNN analyst and GOP cabana boy, told wehateclintons.com
"But if the agenda turns to security, Obama is mired in a no-win mess in Afghanistan, and Obama hasn't 
created a single job in four years after indebting us for generations, Cheney could run on a theme of 'Change'."

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Subject: Limbaugh's dittoheads

bart, why do they believe everything he says?

...because they're Pigbots.

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Sarah Palin tried to take my baby


In a wild interview with Vanity Fair magazine, Levi Johnston spills all kinds of dirt about his experiences with the Palin family. 
He was, after all, Bristol's boyfriend/fiance for some time, and is the father of her son, Tripp. His revelations are rather surprising, but how true are they?

Johnston claims that after he and Bristol shared the news of her pregnancy with Sarah and Todd Palin, Sarah came up with a plan. 
Sarah worried over how her unwed teenage daughter's pregnancy would look to the good people of Alaska that elected her governor 
and began trying to find solutions. This was all prior to being tapped to run alongside John McCain in the presidential election. 

Says Johnston: "Sarah told me she had a great idea: we would keep it a secret—nobody would know that Bristol was pregnant. 
She told me that once Bristol had the baby she and Todd would adopt him. That way, she said, Bristol and I didn’t have to worry about anything. 
Sarah kept mentioning this plan. She was nagging—she wouldn’t give up. She would say, “So, are you gonna let me adopt him?” 
We both kept telling her we were definitely not going to let her adopt the baby. I think Sarah wanted to make Bristol look good, 
and she didn’t want people to know that her 17-year-old daughter was going to have a kid."


"She says she goes hunting and lives off animal meat - I've never seen it.  I've never seen her touch a fishing pole.
  She had a gun in her bedroom and one day she asked me to show her how to shoot it.    I asked her what kind 
  of gun it was, and she said she didn't know, because it was in a box under her bed."
      -- Levi, saying Sarah Palin isn't the Wild West, outdoors gal she claims to be,   Link

 Confession: I've come to like Levi.

 I like that he's busting Palin's balls (you know what I mean) but he was
 also Kathy Griffin's date to the MTV Awards and that's no easy job.

 Kathy was all: "He had his hands all over me all night..."
 and Levi was all, "That's because you're so hot." 

 The next night, she hosted Larry King Live with Levi and he traded quips with her - on live TV 
 and trust me, trading quips with Kathy Griffin on live TV is not something most TV stars could handle 
 but Levi stayed right with her - proving he's not just a good-looking coat rack.. And he's only 19! 

 Levi wants a career in show business and I say there are less talented people than Levi who made it.

"Take my wife, please..."

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Subject: Palin's adoption mess 


I think CNN's getting the name wrong.
They talk about Palin adopting Bristol's baby and keeping Bristol's pregnancy a secret.

I think it's the first of Bristol's pregnancies that he is referring to, and not the second. 
Bristol had Trig first, then Tripp.

Anyway, I love how these little details keep coming out.
 Dr Babs

If those kids had human names it'd be easier to remember them.

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Subject: Chappaquiddick 

Bart, I hadn't thought about the lighting of the bridge or diving at night, but did you see the pictures of that bridge? 

The sides were no higher than a curb!  I'm not sure I could drive it sober and in the daylight. 
And as for hitting their heads on those sheet metal dashboards, I don't know about that, 
but the front windshield was ALL fucked up.
 Lowell the Engineer

Subject: Chappaquiddick 

Bart, I used to watch the show Investigative Report on the A&E network. 
In 1994 they had a show about the Chappaquiddick incident that completely debunked the official story. 

In the report the forensic evidence and testimony of witnesses showed that Ted Kennedy was not in the car 
when it crashed into the water.  He returned to the party and left Mary Jo alone in the car to drive it back herself. 

It was a large car she had never driven before and she went off the side of the bridge on a curve.  Kennedy was afraid 
he would be found alone with Mary Jo parked along a road in the car after someone had driven by them together. 
He did not learn of the accident until the next morning.  The position of Mary Jo's body and the position of the car 
proved that she was driving.  I found this link for a report about the show that does not really explain the findings except 
for one reviewer's comments.  I wish I could find a link that shows the entire program because it was bombshell of a show.


I'm not getting his motivation.

Why plead guilty to a crime if you weren't there?

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Why change the date on your computer?

Sometimes, by accident, I'll see an e-mail that's dated 1969 or something.
That means it's at the very top of my screen which means it stays buried there, often for months.

I guess they're trying to be cute (I hate cute) but why intentionally sabotage your own e-mail?

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Dax, taking a leisurely nap.

A cake knife is useless in a gunfight
 Obama's to blame for the healthcare quagmire
    by Gene Lyons


The White House ought to have learned from unanimous Republican opposition to the economic stimulus. 
"There's no question in my view that Bush was the most fiscally irresponsible president in the history of the republic," 
David M. Walker, Bush's own comptroller general, recently told the Washington Post. Now he tells us. After helping 
their hero literally double the national debt, GOP congressmen then became stern "fiscal conservatives" in the face of 
the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression.

Many knew better, but they also knew the White House had the votes. Striking poses cost them nothing. Stimulus money
found its way into their districts anyway. Remarkably, Obama failed to get the message. Seemingly preoccupied with the 
president's image as a transformative figure, the White House keeps trying to negotiate with people who seek his political destruction.

On healthcare reform, Obama has mainly his own high-minded fecklessness to blame. To alter the cliché, 
he hasn't just brought a knife to a gunfight, he's brought a cake knife. The GOP's armed for war; he's showed up 
with a multilayered birthday cake of a bill hardly anybody understands.

While insurance reform's opponents peddle hysterical falsehoods, Obama counters with professorial explanations. 
Iowa Sen. Charles Grassley's shameful endorsement of "death panels" should have taught Obama the futility of making nice.

Everybody seems to see what's going on but Obama.

How long will he continue to try to pet the dog that's biting his hand?

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Health Insurance Executives Laughing


Chuckling, he reflects on how easy it is to fool people -- they are so gullible, so easy to manipulate. 
As he watches them bleat in fear, he feels amusement, contempt, and a deep satisfaction in knowing that 
their panic will make him even more wealthy than he already is. He is bothered not a whit that this 
disinformation campaign has cost tens of millions of dollars. Instead, he feels the glow of a job well done,
knowing that the campaign will ensure the health insurance industry of billions of dollars of profit to come...

The insurance executive realizes that his celebration is not quite complete. Retreating to his collection of 
vintage wines, he returns with a bottle of 1982 Bordeaux Red Lafite-Rothschild, lovingly purchased at the 
discount price of $35,000. He carefully opens the bottle, decants it, and pours a glass. Turning back to the 
television, he looks at a frightened man shaking his fist and saying that he won't stand for the government 
killing his grandmother. Raising his glass toward the screen, the insurance executive grins and offers a toast,

'To your health!'"

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"We threw Gray Davis out of the Governor's mansion because he wasn't doing a good job. 
  Now, we're burning to the ground and holding garage sales on eBay to pay our bills. 
  This is what we get for hiring cheap foreign labor." 
    -- Jimmy Kimmel,

 As I remember, Davis was pulled from office because he wanted to pay the California's bills.
 Then you Calis voted for the I-won't-pay-bills monkey as a lark and what'd that getcha?

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Subject: "What is he waiting for?"


That's what everybody said during the campaign.

We are all now obsessed with healthcare reform. 
That hasn't happened since 1993. That's 16 years.

O knew it was gunna get ugly.

Clinton's did their own thing without going to Congress.
So Congress said FY. O lets Congress go for it first with
his broad objectives and they go friggin batshit crazy. 
Now he comes in and says, ok, you can't get it together, 
then here's what we're gunna do.

Maybe you let it get really looking bad, 
and when a bill passes, the crowd roars.

If no bill passes, they have R's to blame. 
Blue Dogs are big on paying for it. Nothin wrong with that.

It ain't over til it's over.

I support my President loud and clear.

I support him, too, but his popularity is dropping like a rock and,
like Gore and Kerry, he seems to think there's no reason to join the battle.

You say, If no bill passes, they have R's to blame. 
If no bill passes, R's will claim "credit" for "stopping the insane Marxist who
wanted to kill Grandma and Palin's baby" and suddenly we're back in the minority.

I hope you're right.

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Subject: Bartcop Radio Shows 156 and 157

Hey Bart!
I liked both 156 and 157, especially the music. Ending with Tony Bennett was great.

On your question about the "devout" hanging on to life longer, I think in a lot of cases people join churches 
because they are lonely and scared and don't want to face it, so they find comfort in people. When death gets close, 
it's the people they don't want to let go of. They're less sure about meeting God when it comes to doing it alone. 

I stumbled onto a mega-church  (thought it was a casino - had a big sign on the front that said "CHAMPION CENTER" 
and I was near a reservation). Anyway, what struck me about it, besides the intense smell of MONEY, was all the hugging 
and support going on. Nothing wrong with it, except for the intense smell of MONEY in the air.

I favor something called radical non-duality which basically says we're already home, we just don't know it because of
the mind-play going on in our heads most of the time. "The Truth Is" by H.W.L. Poonja is a good book on it if you're curious.

So cheers, Bart. And tell Wise Guy (my new radio partner) not to hold back so much. Ha ha.

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