Dec 19, 2005

It's Getting Hot In Here...


Blogger Jackie said...

I hope your talking about the case and not listening to Nelly. I heard Bush's speech and he lost me at hello. To many lies. Now does a person comment a crime and then tell the US he'll continue commenting that crime. Connie apologized to the German President for secret prisons/torture yet we don't have any or torture. Powell is on London TV blaming Bush/Cheney/Rove to improve his apprearence. Abramoff is getting plea agreement to spill his guts. Who and What is NSA spying on? Fitz I hope the heat your talking about is the information you need to get these guys. How low will this Administration take our country? It makes me sick. I know their spying on me because I just say what I feel to who ever will listen. I still depend on my civil rights until they are taken away.

1:38 PM  
Blogger v from dc said...

? heated debate on your team for course of action ?

? getting too dern hot because of the decension in to H E L L the country is going with this Administration?

? getting hot because, well, lets face it, you've got A LOT
of material to work with ...


I like options one and three.
Unfortunately, its option two we're living with ... well, until he decides its the best thing to push that little red button.

2:20 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

As for heat. CONGRADULATIONS YOUR ARE LAWYER OF THE YEAR. You and your team should be proud. AT lease we are proud of all of you who are working for us. Nice gift I told you before good things come to good people. This is just the first. Keep putting other first and more will come to you.

3:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

well Mr Prosecutor

I think we have another opportunity for you

... House/Senate Rules..
how they keep sneaking in the last minute, those little 'pet' projects' such as..

in order to consider 'no cuts/reduced cuts in Medicare, you'll have to accept the drilling in the Artic Circle' 11th hr insertion bs.

is there no end to this misery of the United States?

3:12 PM  
Blogger Contessa37 said...

Mr. Fitzgerald

Congratulations on being named Lawyer of the Year.

Thank God that I have not watched the President's speech last night. As a Republican, I have been very dismayed about how the President went about doing things. From my understanding, he needed a court order to do some domestic spying from my understanding. The Patriot Act is such a frickin joke. Everytime I open a bank account or a credit card, they will see that I am great risk. Give me a frickin break!

I was a Christmas Party last night with a bunch of friends and they expressed the same sentiment about the Bush Administration as well. Those setiments are coming from loyal members of the GOP. We felt that Bush has let the country and our party down. There were a couple that still think that I am talking crazy!

Like everyone said to me at the Party, "Well Contessa back in 2000 you were right about Dubya!" I should have voted for McCain during the primary as you suggested." I just love saying I told you SO!

What is more important on television last night than Dubya was my Washington Redskins whoop some Cowboy ass! That was priceless.


4:23 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Do you have the straw that will break this cabal's back?

We are waiting...oh please take them down!

4:47 PM  
Anonymous ahmed chalabi said...

Come with me to the Casbah my Blue Wild for camel ride.

5:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I'm not going to discuss Bush's sppech. His speech was just as worthless as a 3 dollar bill. I wanted to say congratulations on getting Lawyer of the Year. A well deserved award for a well deserved person. When one door closes, another door opens. I will wait for my award next year,,,,

5:31 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Oh Mr Chalabi, I wouldn't go near your camels!

8:24 PM  
Anonymous eslye said...

Fritz for President...

nite nite

10:56 PM  
Blogger v from dc said...


well, we've got more than a handful thinking about you for

44 in '08.

This is all good.

As for the heat from the Dems:
they are not organized, unfortunately some/most ? for the media coverage rather than concise, point by point blow on what's needed to be done whilst pointing out the weaknesses of the Republicans.

We may hope for the best, yet, their best cannot begin to equal the deliberateness of your words as measured, listened to around the world from the initial indictment-
IndictmentS .. I very much like that word in our English language.

Have a nice night ..

11:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ongressional Record: October 19, 2005 (House)
Page H8979-H8983

The SPEAKER pro tempore (Mr. Reichert). Under the Speaker's announced
policy of January 4, 2005, the gentleman from Pennsylvania (Mr. Weldon)
is recognized for 60 minutes.
Mr. WELDON of Pennsylvania. Mr. Speaker, I rise tonight to talk to
our colleagues and through our colleagues to the American people about
an issue that troubles me greatly.
I have been in this institution 19 years, and during those 19 years I
have been on the Committee on Armed Services. Currently, I am the vice
chairman of that committee and chairman of the subcommittee that
oversees the purchase of our weapons systems. In the past I have
chaired the research subcommittee. I have chaired the readiness
subcommittee, and I have spent every available hour of my time working
to make sure that our military troops were properly protected and have
the proper equipment and training.
I am a strong supporter of our military. Whether it was in the last 2
years of the Reagan administration, the four years of the Bush
administration, the 8 years of the Clinton administration, or the
current administration of President George W. Bush, I have been a
strong supporter of our military. I am a strong supporter of President
Bush. I campaigned for him. I am a strong supporter of Secretary
Rumsfeld. I say all of that, Mr. Speaker, because tonight I rise to
express my absolute outrage and disgust with what is happening in our
defense intelligence agencies.


1:32 AM  
Blogger cuff said...

Hand down the indictments already and let these scoundrels taste a little jail time.

10:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Get em Fitzgerald.... It's time to stop these bastards in their tracks starting with Rove's "no defense" defense and down the line.

The Cloak & Dagger

The truth is not out there, its right here....we've been played by the Illuminati. Its time to bring them down to a standstill, and the damn democrats and their allies better get organized or just shut up.

Get organized and call for the heads of everyone on both sides of the aisle. Get behind one leader and one message and throw Hillary to the dogs, do it or get out of the way.

8:02 PM  

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