Mar 8, 2006

Just Freaky...

Big Dick Cheney satire.


Anonymous e said...

tis freaky

4:44 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Sad just a prank..

4:49 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I guess this is the comic relief for Wednesday! Rambo Cheney will scare anybody with that face!

4:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Yes, I heard about the suspects in the church fires. What a tragedy! We are living in some pretty sad society to do such a prank like that!

4:56 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Just $25 million of $2 billion in funding designated for states afflicted by Hurricane Katrina has been spent, a new report from the Center for Public Integrity will report late Wednesday afternoon, RAW STORY has learned.

Bush is in New Orleans again. My question is why is Bush asking Congress for more money for Katrina when all of the 2 billion hasn't been spent? The money that Bush asked for Congress should be for the adults and children that don't have health insurance or the soldiers who need better equipment!

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

Looks like Bush's plan for the port sales foiled. Bush will probably go for a drink:

GOP House Panel Votes to Block Ports Deal

"WASHINGTON - A House panel dominated by Republicans voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to block a Dubai-owned firm from taking control of some U.S port operations in an election-year repudiation of President Bush.";_ylt=AvSl.ygtHDT0nAzYTrtsCmGs0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTA2Z2szazkxBHNlYwN0bQ--

The vote was 62-2!

6:20 PM  
Blogger Sharon said...

Oh, sure they block that totally unpopular idea but good ole' Pat Roberts made sure they weren't going to really investigate Bush's illegal spying in the Senate. Hagel, DeWine and Graham are proposing legislation to make his spying legal. Now ain't that wonderful. And don't forget they passed the Patriot Act without any guts in the protection of ordinary citizens. I am still afraid they will remain in power after another stolen election, this country can't take much more. We will soon be a third world country!

6:53 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

Apparently some districts are gerrymandered so adroitly that a Republican win is almost guaranteed.
But you know what they say about the best laid plans....

8:21 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Chris Matthews is under fire. Details will be tomorrow:

Chris Matthews under fire tomorrow
Thursday: Detailed report to hit MSNBC Hardball host hard: Developing...

10:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I hope to read about Chris Matthews and what is the uproar on him.

I couldn't believe I read this article about Elizabeth Dole. Very disgraceful:

Elizabeth Dole sends out GOP fundraising letter disguised to look like federal tax form, "requires" you to respond "or else"

Here is the link to the document:

10:19 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz all those guys are freaky. Bush says he married to a dude, DeLay looking more pretty then his wife and Cheney/Libby with Miller. It's more like an X rated White House. I think the Port problem will be solved with a Bush veto. He has no choice. That deal was done a long time ago and alot of names we know are in on this deal. Even Daddy Bush. So Brokeback Bush will do what he has to do and veto as he said he would.

12:43 AM  
Anonymous Nexus said...

click on my nickname.

In the land of the free??????

8:22 AM  
Anonymous Nexus said...

click on my nickname.

Dear patrick, you're running out of time. Within a few months you can't do anything anymore. They are gaining strenght by bending the law.

8:25 AM  
Anonymous Nexus said...

this was the link i meant. click on my name.

8:26 AM  
Anonymous Nexus said...


8:28 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I was waiting on the story about Chris Matthews. And here it is from from my email from Raw Story:

Report posits that Hardball's Matthews has accepted hefty speaking fees from conservative groups

A new report advanced to RAW STORY Thursday suggests that Chris Matthews, the star of the Sunday talk show circuit's Hardball, has accepted hefty speaking fees from an array of conservative trade associations.

This is really bad for Matthews!

12:55 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And here is copy from Raw Story of Chris Matthews speaking engagements. It is in PDF file:

12:58 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

Yeah, SPB, it is bad for Chris Matthews. I am not totally surprised though. He panders to the right constantly on Hardball.
But Howard Kurtz reported in 2002 that MSNBC had stopped the deal about accepting fees for speaking engagements.
What's going to happen to Chris now?

1:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As far as Hagel and legalizing spying in congress, what does one expect? He owned ES&S voting machines and hid the fact. Senate ethics Committee response to that? Nada

1:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I did read that Kurtz banned journalists in accepting fees. But, Matthews still spoke at committees after 2002 and even in 2005. The question is did Matthews accept any fees after 2002? Since actions speaks louder than words for Matthews, I would not be surprised. You question is what is going to happen to Matthews? This certainly up to NBC President. Over 300,000 people signed the petition against Matthews and NBC President received hundreds of emails about the Michael Moore comment. And The Chris Matthews' shows ratings are not doing well and NBC has changed Matthews' time to air his show. But, with this new information, whether Matthews accepts fees or not, his behavior and demeanor to favor and promote one political party shows that he cannot be impartial. Therefore, there is a good chance that The Chris Matthews show on TV may be forced off of NBC or NBC may forced his Hardball show of MSNBC. But, it doesn't look good for him. And you notice that Tim Russett has been quiet?

1:13 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening Folks:

It is Thursday!

1. Spying without warrant:

FOCUS | GOP Plan Allows Spying Without Warrants
The Republican proposal would give Congressional approval to the eavesdropping program much as it was secretly authorized by Mr. Bush after the 2001 terrorist attacks, with limited notification to a handful of Congressional leaders. The NSA. would be permitted to intercept the international phone calls and e-mail messages of people in the United States if there was "probable cause to believe that one party to the communication is a member, affiliate, or working in support of a terrorist group or organization," The finding of probable cause would not be reviewed by any court.

2. From, more of Duke Cunningham's ties:

Under the Radar
ETHICS -- CUNNINGHAM CO-CONSPIRATOR HAD LINKS TO IRAN GROUP, PAID BY WHITE HOUSE: TPM Muckracker notes that in 2004, the White House was doling out money to Mitchell Wade -- who has pled guilty as Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham's co-conspirator and faces several years in prison -- for an Iran regime-change organization. Wade, former head of MZM, Inc., "registered as the 'registered agent' for an outfit called the 'Iranian Democratization Foundation'" on April 5, 2004. Records show that the Executive Office of the President paid out three contracts worth $254,437 for unspecified "intelligence services" to MZM, Inc. in 2004.

1:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I have been keeping up with the Enron trial daily. I couldn't believe that this person showed to the Enron Trialyesterday. Richard Scrushy! Scrushy is the former CEO for HealthSouth who was aquitted criminal charges last year to pillaging the company for more than 100 million dollars. Here is his comment regarding the Enron Trial (now he is a commentator all of the sudden)from WSJ:

"Richard Scrushy, the former CEO of HealthSouth, dropped by the Enron trial to see the proceedings first hand. “I wanted to hear the truth versus trying to hear the media reports,” Scrushy told the Houston Chronicle. Scrushy said he was in Houston on business. On Fastow: “I see this guy as a very dishonest man. I wouldn’t trust him if he said the building were on fire.” He said the crimes Fastow has described committing at Enron “makes you sick. I don’t think the CEO had any idea any of that was going on.” Asked whether he meant Skilling or Lay, he said, “Lay,” but didn’t elaborate."

My first reaction to reading this is why is this clown at that trial? He has a lot of nerve. And here is a crook (Scrushy) going to hear the testimony of a crook (Fastow)against two crooks (Lay and Skilling)!

1:54 PM  
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4:33 PM  

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