Mar 23, 2006

Barbara Bush IGNITES Texas Schools...

"Former first lady Barbara Bush donated an undisclosed amount of money to the Bush-Clinton Katrina Fund with specific instructions that the money be spent with an educational software company owned by her son Neil."

Click the COW - IGNITE smells like manure to me.
Personally, I prefer to earmark my charitable donations to pay executive salaries at the Red Cross.


Anonymous Up in Michigan said...

Whenever I write a check to charity, I usually fill in that memo field with, "Please spend this on an overpriced expense account lunch at Tavern on the Green."

Gives me the same warm fuzzy feeling Barbara Bush just gave me!

2:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, this will go down in history as the Bush family scam in Presidential history books. Bush stole the election in 2000 and 2004 with the help of family and now having a family member to benefit from the Katrina Fund. Not surprised by the Bush family's antics.

2:23 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

On a side note: thank goodness my donation for Katrina went to the Salvation Army and not the Red Cross nor Bush/Clinton Katrina fund. Red Cross has issues internally.

Switching gears: I just read an article about your case of Gove. George Ryan. Intersting what Ryan is charged with. "It says that as secretary of state and later governor Ryan steered big-money state leases and contracts to Warner and other insiders and was rewarded with free vacations and gifts. Ryan and Warner say that nothing they did was illegal." This sounds like what Kenneth Lay and Jeff Skilling claim in the Enron case, the CEOs in the Tyco/Healthsouth/Worldcom/Adelphia cases, and the little soldier's case: they all did nothing wrong. They all live off the hog in this positions. But, when they get caught, they have the gilligan defence!

2:33 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And I can see the contact of the COW is located: Texas! Something stinks with that new gizmo! Moo!

3:11 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

What do you expect from the shit for brains Bush family?

To them this must seem like Ivy League material.

Are the Bush family inbreeds?

3:14 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I hear you. I was especially offended by Barbara Bush about her remarks to the Katrina victims and how the media refer to the victims of Katrina as "refugees." The Bush family have been around wealth and prominent calls of people that they are very ignorant to the different class of people and cultures of people in the United States. Yes, the whole Bush family has had their nose stuck in the air to the common every day folks since the Administration has been in office. One thing that the Bush family are afraid and don't like is: scandal! Don't worry, the Bush family will taken down a peg from these latest revelations and they will not be looked at with class around the international people and leaders.

3:24 PM  
Anonymous Up in Michigan said...

Geez. I just clicked through to the product. How bizarre! A little robot teacher? This is what education has come to? It's not even a cute robot. Why didn't they make it look like R2-D2, instead of a stool?

Sounds like that son is just as dumb as the rest of 'em.

3:43 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Off subject - sorry but check out

and his story on ABC's John Green email -"Bush makes me sick".

Everyone should write to ABC insupport of John Green and his memo since most of the country is in agreement with him.

4:16 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


thanks for bringing this to our attention. I will send a response in support for Mr. Green. It showing you how disgusting the news station is getting about Bush. On that subject, I will request people to complaint to Fox News. From Thinkprogress. org:

Fox News Falsely Claims Daschle and Gephardt Are Registered Lobbyists
From Fox News:
"What do Tom Daschle, John Ashcroft, Fred Thompson, J.C. Watts, Zell Miller and Dick Gephardt have in common these days?
They are all former members of Congress — and they are all registered lobbyists."
Just search a name at Ashcroft, Thompson, Watts, and Miller are all there. Gephardt and Daschle — the only two progressives on Fox’s list — aren’t.

This is really low of Fox News to claim certain people as lobbyists when they are not. On, there is the email for Fox news to complain. This is making good journalists look bad thanks to Fox News!

4:23 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Here is the link to ABC to send support to John Green. This is the Good Morning America website:

Switching gears:

“I’ve avoided predicting the timing,” Rumsfeld told reporters at the Pentagon. Now, didn't Bush say the troops will be in Iraq until he leave the office. Both of them are suffering the memory loss syndrome.

And the state of New Mexico wants Bush impeached. As I remember, New Mexico was a red state that voted for Bush!

4:38 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

It's really difficult to contact Fox News. You basically have to join their site. They claim their polls are done by random phone calling because they know if they did online polling the results would be a lot different than THEY report.

Special Pros Bil - do you have an email address for Fox? I guess we all need to watch out for FOX SECURITY!

4:38 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...

well all you fellow bloggers and tax loving Americans --

each and every paycheck it is like signing over to that jackass in the Oval [take your pic, there's so many of them in the Administration]
. hey, make damned sure this DOESN"T GO TO OUR TROOPS protective gear at all costs!
. hey, could you please make sure, we're for sale? IRS tax records, et al?

the denigration of our society, our way of life under this ADMINISTRATION is woefully under-estimated-

4:46 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles said...

Babs. She has NO SHAME.

Look what she and 41 procreated.

. W
. Neil

do I really need to go on?

4:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Here is the email to Fox News:

6 miles: I hear you. and ditto to your comments!

4:50 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

Samba Pa Ti, Carlos joins the club:

Carlos Santana Speaks Out Against Bush
March 21, 2006 9:13 AM EST

LIMA, Peru - Carlos Santana quoted his old friend Jimi Hendrix in an anti-war message here Monday and said his philosophy is the antithesis of President George W. Bush's.

"I have wisdom. I feel love. I live in the present and I try to present a dimension that brings harmony and healing," the 58-year-old rock icon said. "My concept is the opposite of George W. Bush."

Santana, speaking to Peruvian journalists ahead of a Tuesday concert, said young people's opposition to the war in Iraq is reaching the dimensions of the anti-Vietnam war sentiment in the 1970s.

"There is more value in placing a flower in a rifle barrel than making war," he said. "As Jimi Hendrix used to say, musical notes have more importance than bullets."

In 1971, Santana was prevented from performing in Peru by the military dictatorship, which deemed his music an "alienating" force. Santana returned to perform in 1995.

Carlos Santana Speaks Out Against Bush

5:21 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good for Santana! I am a fan of him and his music. What other music artist or celebrity will step to the plate against Bush?

5:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Bush Family: The Progeny of Evil and Corruption.

5:37 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

Bush logic -
When you lose your house, all your belongings, your community and probably many of your friends, the first thing you want to help you get up to speed is...

But does it do windows?
(Doesn't matter, the windows were blown out in the hurricane.)

5:39 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


More news:

Another person bails out from the Administration:

PBGC Executive Director Bradley D. Belt Announces Departure

WASHINGTON-Bradley D. Belt, Executive Director of the Pension Benefit
Guaranty Corporation, announced today he will be leaving the agency at the
end of May.

And I wanted to pass this along to the fellow bloggers. Waterflake sent this to me. Fitz will appreciate this. Check it out and Enjoy!

6:44 PM  
Anonymous e said...


looks like a picture of Fitz behind bush

8:49 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Waterflake has the picture of Bush last to demonstrate that the rodent will never be on the class of the innovators. The original wording behind Bush by Waterflake was "never mind." I told Waterflake that the wording should be "no mind" for Bush. Bush brain size is a BB. BTW, Waterflake added Fitz to that list. It originally Bill Gates!

11:01 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Looks like the Ladies rules:

"Women are running in nearly half of the two dozen most competitive House races where Democrats hope to pick up enough Republican seats to regain control of the House. Democratic strategists are hoping that voters' unrest and hunger for change -- reflected consistently in the public opinion polls -- creates the perfect situation for their party's female candidates this year. "

I am signing off for the evening. Watching NCAA March Madness... Duke is out. Cheering for UCLA but they are down by 13 points in the half... Go Bruins!

11:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lets see the other 13 indictments in the Abramoff case get unsealed!!!

I'm going to make sure all of em are unsealed and moved right to the supremes! Lets go, go go go!

We're cleaning up this town.


12:43 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

anon@the wee hours....would rather
watch THOSE indictments. March Madness at it's zenith.

6:49 AM  
Anonymous Nexus said...

Breaking News!!!!!!!!!
Click on my nickname for the news.

Charlie Sheen shakes America!

Let there be peace!

7:42 AM  
Anonymous Nexus said...

Don't miss it!

7:44 AM  
Anonymous Nexus said...

Operator, there seems to be a problem. I can't paste a link, a very important one.

7:46 AM  
Blogger MtRainier said...

As the world turns........ how long has it been since any of you have heard the 'Bush Clan' and 'Ethics' uttered in the same sentence? Not going to happen.

8:39 AM  
Anonymous jodi said...

Barbara Bush-Worst Person In The World!
Countdown with Keith Olberman

10:19 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

OK, guys, what the hell is going on
with the signing statement on the Patriot Act. Check out rawstory. It would appear, that once again, this administration is flouting it's executive power expansion. When are they going to shut this menace down??????

12:25 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

Happy Friday!

Grandmaunk: i just read what Bush did on the Patriot Act. It is unbelievable what Bush is doing.

In the news:

The heat on Lieberman. The bloggers rules:

Online Buzz Benefits Lamont
Lieberman Joust Fuels Bloggers, Spurs Donations To Foe

"Online buzz about Lamont, who has been an official candidate for less than two weeks, already has helped generate $132,255 in credit-card donations to Lamont through a Democratic fundraising site, ActBlue.Com. About $10,000 came in Thursday.",0,569244.story?coll=hc-big-headlines-breaking

2. Town Hall Mettings are being outsourced to India:

Questions on Medicare, Iraq Fielded From Bangalore
"President George W. Bush announced today that he would no longer preside over so-called town hall meetings across the United States and that those duties would now be outsourced to a “presidential customer service representative” stationed in Bangalore, India."

3. Fitz's prior posting talks about Cheney's downtime suite privilege. Cheney certainly doesn't need SPICE Channel. He has Fox News:

From Thinkprogress:
"Media Matters recently noted that Fox News Channel has become a “treasure-trove” of sexually-suggestive footage, including “pole-dancing actresses and adult film stars, Playboy and Victoria’s Secret models, and other adult-oriented entertainers.”
Now, MSNBC is replicating Fox’s “practice of airing photographs and videos of scantily-clad women or blurred images of nude women — frequently with the skimpiest of news relevance.”

The news media has gone mad!

12:32 PM  
Anonymous Nexus. said...

Charlie Sheen gets 911 in the open on CNN. Watch the video and see what president Bush is!

Let there be peace!

5:30 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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12:52 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I was reading an article by Harvard psychology professor , Daniel Schacter regarding memory loss and got me thinking about Libby’s case of memory loss. There are three ways in the little soldier thinks he can get a get-out-of-jail-free card:

A.. Transcience or forgetting that occurs with the passage of time. And seeing as how Libby didn't speak to the FBI and the grand jury until months after his conversations with reporters, the argument by Libby is that he simply misremembered the details of how he learned of Plame's CIA status. Which that one doesn’t fly.

B. Absent-Mindedness or when a person is doing too many things at once.or what Schacter says “or is focused on one particular thing and is therefore paying insufficient attention to form accurate memories .” An example would be not remembering when he placed his car keys while preoccupied with thinking about something else. That will be hard for Libby to claim especially when he met with Judy Miller. His questions and answers to Miller were sharp and concise. Let’s go to C.

C. Misattribution"--remembering aspects of an experience correctly but attributing those aspects to the wrong source . For example according to Schacter: ,” if a person reads an interesting article in The New York Times but then, in recalling that article for friends, tells them that it ran in The Washington Post, that would be a case of ‘source misattribution.’ Sound like a plan for Libby. But, here is the problem: this is essentially what Fitz has accused Libby of committing.. Fitz just has another name for it: perjury.

Libby is like the hotdog on a stick: he will get cooked and hosed froom this case! Good night!

12:55 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

At lease now we know how George learn to be a crook. He said he was close to his mom well Barbara give him a good lesson in criminal activity.

1:37 PM  
Blogger SpaceCommand said...

This kind of philanthropy has been state of the art, stock and trade for at least a century. This is especially true for the Rockefeller family, when matters of taxation involve creation of foundations. This is what wealthy people have done for a long time, namely transferring wealth from one of their accounts to another that they control, and claiming a charitable purpose. Isn't anyone here culturally literate, reading books such as The Rich and the Super Rich by Ferdinand Lundberg?

There are quite a few clues there, and that is how certain fortunes grow, while others decline. It is how the laws, written by the selfsame people favor themselves somewhat invisibly, while purporting to apply to all as laws do if you can understand them.

Her contribution is perfectly legal and legitimate is it not? Then otherwise why bother complaining about it. That is how the wealthy and anyone who applies the law to their charitable contributions operates.

There's nothing unusual to be seen here, move along, move along.

12:58 AM  

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