Dec 1, 2005

Hastert Will Say Nope...

"Nothing here, move along. I am too busy decorating my Chrsitmas tree."

Pelosi asks for Cunningham inquiry

If you have any, use them, Denny! Never fear, the House leadership can't stop the DOJ's wheels of justice from churning. We are already investigating Cunningham's ties with the defense contractors, Mitchell Wade of MZM Inc. and Brent Wilkes of ADCS Inc. -- I assure you no stone will go unturned, no misdeeds will go unpunished.


Blogger bluewild said...

The following Will Rogers quote (me da's favorite) seemed relevant to what's going on in Washington:

"We don't seem to be able to check crime, so why not legalize it and then tax it out of business"

11:42 AM  
Anonymous V from DC said...

Damn you're busy man .. the way things are headed you'll need a staff in excess of a thousand to nail all these knuckleheads.

And what a pretty sight it will be-

Screw 12 days, its going to last 12 months if not longer!!


12:29 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

The Congress and Senate wish list to Santa Claus aka Bush: PARDONS AGAINST PAST AND FUTURE CRIMES.

As the DOJ discovers the crimes and each man/woman cry on TV, they can full out their pardon slip. I guess you were right Fitz about working until 2008. Theres no down size to your job or cut back you might need more workers. But remember when you start getting info on the top guys ( watch your back ) don't trust anyone because stupid people do stupid things. Oh any listen to what a person says they don't realize how much info they're giving and those who were friends of the criminals will now have nothing to say as not to get themselves caught.

12:38 PM  
Anonymous V from DC said...

so as this monstrous staffing exercise grows under your auspices as well, lawyers are only able to handle so many cases,

I had a horrific thought...

what if the dark side attempted to penetrate your team e.g. a mole

s---. As you grow, be careful ... flak jacket is standard issue.

12:41 PM  
Anonymous paralegal_princess said...

Mr. Fitzgerald,

If you staff is growing until 2008, I might be unemployed by Inauguration January 2007 or April 2007 at the most if the elections don't fair well. I may send my resume. I am very detail oriented, type at least 55 words a minute, good recordkeeper of documents and a good document coder. :^)

Enjoy your X-mas tree!

2:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So, Hastert is too busy putting up his X-mas tree. I will remind you that this is just Dec.1 and many people haven't put up their X-mas tree yet. Amazing... He sounds as stupid as Bush when Bush wouldn't speak with Cindy Sheehan for a minute and said that he wanted to enjoy his five week vacation. Enjoy the ride, Hastert, because your ride will come to an end.

3:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hastert & Emanuel....Two peas in a pod!!!!

Indict them all, a christmas full of convictions all the way around...


7:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


12:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The souls of the innocent require justice-Christmas would be more sweet for their families left behind.

You know what they did. When will someone finally step in and stop them?

12:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Fitzgerald,

Didn't Hasert opposed your reappointment to your position in Chicago?

1:06 PM  
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