Mar 13, 2006

Pooper Scoopers...


Anonymous kel said...

Well, the truth hurts.

5:06 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

One word: Amen!

5:20 PM  
Anonymous Richard Gere said...

More like gerbils.

5:23 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I just read that many of Democrats have distanced themselves from Feingold in challenging the President. I not going to go there with the comment from DINO Lieberman. It is such a shame that many of the Democrats would not back Feingold. All of the parties are divided and not united is getting ridiculous.

New Bush's poll and plummeting. 36% of Americans supported Bush and now Bush ask the American people to be patient regarding Iraq. By the time he leaves office, Bush will looking for the animals for his polls. Ms. Thomas was right on the money about the press being lapdogs and so are the people who are not standing behind Feingold and the politicans who support Bush's agenda.

5:39 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

just got the link, thanks will have a look now

5:44 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

David Gregory is the only reporter
that I like.
The way that he beats up on Scott McClellan is hilarious.
I don't consider him a lapdog.

6:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

As long as David Gregory keep sticking to his gun with Scotty and not bakc down. I would love to hear Mr. Gregory speak more over the "yes'em" journalists like Ms. Thomas. It is truly sad of what is going on with the intrgrity of journalism.

Switching gears: This day in history:

March 13, 1868
"For the first time in U.S. history, the impeachment trial of an American president gets underway in the U.S. Senate. President Andrew Johnson, reviled by the Republican-dominated Congress for his views on Reconstruction, stood accused of having violated the controversial Tenure of Office Act, passed by Congress over his veto in 1867."
Is this an early sign for Bush?

6:21 PM  
Anonymous e said...

"When watchdogs, bird dogs, and bull dogs morph into lap dogs, lazy dogs, or yellow dogs, the nation is in trouble."

looks like that "junkyard dog" label given you by woody puts you in a Royal Relm among these "lap dogs" that woody bes among... :)

6:44 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...

...more like rats. They feed on whatever is thrown to them, chasing each and every morsel and leave their feces everywhere..

a few nasty bites here and there at the American public, but by and large,

an unfortunate for us to have to co-exist with.

And Bob Woodward, Novak, Miller lead the pack

6:49 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Here is something interesting about the new position of Wainstein, the cost of new program created by Bushto the taxpayers:

"Today, the Attorney General submitted a request to Congress for a $10 million reprogramming allocation to ensure that the National Security Division is established as quickly and efficiently as possible. The reprogramming funds, to come from the Asset Forfeiture Fund Super Surplus, will provide for the initial executive leadership and administrative functions of the National Security Division.
Last month, the Department requested $67 million in the President's 2007 budget to fund the new Division's activities into next year. That funding request adds 21 attorneys in OIPR (Office of Intelligence Policy and Review) and 12 attorneys in the Counterterrorism and Counterespionage Sections of the National Security Division."

Money is being frisbeed left and right from Bush. And who is the next attorney that will appointed to this Bush's new program?

6:51 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Forgot the link:

6:53 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Helen Thomas has always been a favorite of mine. I can remember her in the old days when there actually were real press conferences, she always asked smart questions. David Gregory is
the best. He, too, is smart and quite engaging, when not going after this stupid administration.

6:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB and others, those are interesting articles. Anytime Bushco is involved with a program that has a ton of potential for abuse, I worry. Is this the Dept of information gestapo?

If these idiots don't get behind Feingold on this, I will know for sure that democracy was a failed experiment.
I also wonder if Bush were impeached, would he simply ignore it? I see complete lawlessness in this WH and this Senate is aiding and abbetting treasonists.
Patience is running thin when I see Specter lying for his president and STILL refuses to answer a straight question...Sigh! p

Lieberman is such a jerk-he wants the Senate to solve the "problem" of bush breaking the FISA law. OK-now what about all the other ones he broke?

7:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB and others, those are interesting articles. Anytime Bushco is involved with a program that has a ton of potential for abuse, I worry. Is this the Dept of information gestapo?

If these idiots don't get behind Feingold on this, I will know for sure that democracy was a failed experiment.
I also wonder if Bush were impeached, would he simply ignore it? I see complete lawlessness in this WH and this Senate is aiding and abbetting treasonists.
Patience is running thin when I see Specter lying for his president and STILL refuses to answer a straight question...Sigh! p

Lieberman is such a jerk-he wants the Senate to solve the "problem" of bush breaking the FISA law. OK-now what about all the other ones he broke?

7:38 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

More spending with should have been allocated to the FBI. FBI spending 500 million for upgraded computers:

FBI plans to spend up to $500 million building the final piece of its delayed, troubled technology upgrade, yet risks a repeat of earlier missteps that led to excessive costs, according to a government report released Monday;_ylt=AhA0GoJWs.F8KDQ7lJ7l9XyyFz4D;_ylu=X3oDMTA5aHJvMDdwBHNlYwN5bmNhdA--

We are serious trouble financially. This country is turning into a country for sale!

Good night everyone!

7:39 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I adore Helen Thomas...she is one smart cookie! She has been around enough Presidents to know what is going on. I wish there were more like her!

9:50 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

The Dems are now trying to have it both ways - they are cautious about critizing the president just in case his numbers go up and at the same time are trying to distance themselves from him.

Hey, you can't be both. People will soon be desperate to vote against Bush agenda but will have nothing but pablum on the other side.

Idiots. It used to be a great party, with real ideals. Now Dems are becoming Repub lite. No spine and frankly it's annoying.

Hurray for Russ Feingold.

10:12 PM  
Anonymous slingblade said...

Dang Ah'd lihke ta nail that Helen.

12:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz, no need to let them get you down trust me on that.

Also these politicians seem to be all the same, when are they going to step up to the plate and back Feingold for censure?

I agree with that. Introduce censure over and over again, this creep deserves it, we need to bring back justice and the rule of law.

By the way, did find out through my people... about the Fisher situation. Apologies for whatever happened at your email and I will keep in touch as the facts roll on.


2:06 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

anon @ 2:06...Is Fisher safe? I've
wondered what valuable info he is
putting together. Keep us posted.

5:11 AM  
Blogger plectic said...


Time for the true story about 9/11
Tell A Friend

by Matthew Hine, M.D., M.P.H.

The radical Bush Doctrine in foreign policy is founded on the official story of 9/11. The administration used our fear of terrorism to sway public opinion and justify its actions. We are slowly awakening to how the Bush administration manipulated our support for its preemptive invasion of Iraq, but most are still asleep.

According to a survey done by Stars and Stripes, 85% of our troops believe they are in Iraq because of Saddam Hussein's involvement in the attacks of 9/11/01. Much of the public believes the report of the 9/11 Commission provided a correct account of the events of that day. These beliefs are based on a misunderstanding of the facts.

Saddam Hussein was not connected to the 9/11 attacks, and the 9/11 Commission’s report is full of omissions and distortions. One of the largest is that it did not mention Building 7. This building was not hit by an aircraft, but it crumbled just the same. Evidence shows that Building 7 was demolished by pre-positioned explosives.

The Presidential 9/11 Commission report was more political exculpation than documentation of truth. It was subtitled “Final Report of the National Commission on Terrorist Attacks Upon the United States.” They dismissed anything not fitting into that preconceived paradigm. There was no mention of Building 7 or the anthrax attacks.

The reason Building 7 is not mentioned by the Commission is that it’s hard to explain how a terrorist attack could have included pre-positioned explosives that brought down a 47 story concrete and steel building.

Dr. Steven Jones, a physics professor from Brigham Young University questions the official explanation of what happened at the World Trade Center, thinking that the buildings were brought down by explosives. He is a member of a group of academics called Scholars for 9/11 Truth, calling for a fuller investigation of the collapses.

The official government story is a conspiracy theory, namely that 19 hijackers conspired, under the guidance of a man in a cave, to defeat the most sophisticated air defense system in the world.

The very day after 9/11, the media told us that the plot had been hatched by Osama bin Laden, and soon the FBI showed us photos of the 19 hijackers. Several weeks later, many were puzzled by the BBC report of the apparently fireproof passport of one of the hijackers, found on a sidewalk several blocks from the Twin Towers. Some wondered whether the document had been planted after the BBC reported at least four of the nineteen hijackers had turned up alive and well in Saudi Arabia.

WTC 7’s destruction was broadcast by CBS. Dan Rather, uncensored live on 9/11, said it had the appearance of “A building deliberately destroyed by well placed dynamite”. Real time videos and reports of eyewitness testimony from reporters and fire fighters have surfaced, demonstrating that a controlled demolition took place. These videos and testimony are available at

Physical evidence including searing sub-basement temperatures and sulfur from cutting charges, shows explosives were used to cut through the core support columns below ground level.

The government’s own investigators admit they have no reasonable explanation for what happened to WTC 7. Alas, they did not consider controlled demolition.
Regarding WTC7, the FEMA report states "Prior to September 11, 2001, there was little, if any, record of fire-induced collapse of large fire-protected steel buildings."

If you dropped a steel beam from the top of the 47 story Building 7, it would take about 6 seconds to hit the ground. WTC7 actually hit the ground in about 7 seconds, at nearly free fall speed. If each collapsing floor hit the floor below and paused for only 1/2 second, the time to crumble into a pile only 2 stories high would have been over 20 seconds. WTC7 had multiple steel core and perimeter support columns. In order for it to be brought down into its own tight footprint, all the core and perimeter columns would have to be broken at essentially the same time. The only way this can happen is through controlled demolition, using pre-positioned explosives. If WTC7 was brought down by explosives, what happened to the Twin Towers?

In a gross misrepresentation, the 9/11 Commission explained their version of the "pancake theory" collapse: The cores of the Twin Towers were hollow, comprised only of stairwells and elevator shafts. In truth, each of the Twin Towers contained dozens of solid central steel support columns.

There is a widespread cultural taboo against noticing the inadequacy of our government’s explanations. This is because the implications are too disturbing for
most to consider.

In March 2003, Dick Cheney summarized the myth used to justify the Bush Doctrine: “We saw on 9/11 nineteen men hijack aircraft with airline tickets and box cutters kill more than 3,000 Americans in a couple of hours.”

Once the facts are widely known, future generations may point to Cheney’s statement as the Big Lie of our time. It fooled our citizens into supporting
actions they otherwise would have opposed.

Now is the time for a truly independent look at the evidence. It's time for a special prosecutor.

8:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GMNUK, I wondered about Fisher too. Things could hardly get scarier...

Did you see the WP former Ed Ben Bradlee claims Powell or Armitage outed Plame? Impossible, I say! Drag Bradlee for interogation-and let me help! I wanna be the bad cop! p

9:44 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

Happy Tuesday!

Here is the news:

Anon, I did read about Bradlee indicating Powell's aide that outed Plame? A setup on Powell to take the fall?? Powell will certainly respond to this.:

Magazine: Bradlee Knows Woodward's Source on Plame

2. Secret memo by Blair:

More Downing Street revelations: In a confidential memo written in May 2003, John Sawers, Prime Minister Tony Blair’s envoy in Baghdad, characterized the U.S. postwar administration of Iraq as “No leadership, no strategy, no coordination, no structure and inaccessible to ordinary Iraqis.” At approximately the same time, Bush was declaring “Mission Accomplished.”

3. From, Pat Robertson needs to be committed:

"Right-wing Christian evangelist Pat Robertson shows no signs of slowing down after losing his seat earlier this month on the Religious Broadcasters’ Board over a series of hate-filled comments. Robertson yesterday called Muslims “satanic” and distanced himself from Bush by declaring Islam is not a religion of peace"

10:45 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Welcome to the World Joe Average American...

By Philip Thornton, Economics Correspondent

Published: 14 March 2006

Middle Eastern anger over the decision by the US to block a Dubai company from buying five of its ports hit the dollar yesterday as a number of central banks said they were considering switching reserves into euros.

The United Arab Emirates, which includes Dubai, said it was looking to move one-tenth of its dollar reserves into euros, while the governor of the Saudi Arabian central bank condemned the US move as "discrimination".

Separately, Syria responded to US sanctions against two of its banks by confirming plans to use euros instead of dollars for its external transactions.


10:53 AM  
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11:24 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

He needs to add "Target Thief" to his resume to bring it current!

11:25 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I knew that there would be anger overseas for the fallout of the Dubai deal.

I came across an article this morning from WSJ regarding Bush ex-aide Claude Allen. Impressive resume:

What you all may not know is Target helps local, state, and federal agencies coordinate investigations, make better use of surveillance systems, and give management training to FBI and police leaders. The Target in Minneapolis works with government on cases. Interesting? CSI: Target. According to WSJ, : "Target has taken it a step further in working with the government on cases that have nothing to do with its business. The Post reports that Target forensics investigators spend 45 percent of their time offering pro-bono assistance to law enforcement."

Now, why would a bonehead aide like Allen steal from a company that works with the government (sometimes pro-bono) on cases like his and has a salary of 161,000 to paid for all those items that he stole? Go figure!

11:29 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I think Allen has put the company Target into shame. A man thattype of salary working for Bush shopping at Target. I can't wait to hear another Bush aide rob Walmart. That will be next on the news. What is amazing since Target has a forensics team and work with government on cases, why isn't Walmart., the number 1 retail store, involved in that? And Walmart is way more profitable than Target...

11:33 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Want to have lunch with Karl Rove? Not! I cam across this article that there is luncheon, workshop, and dinner event from 3/14-3/16. Now, get this. The name of the event is called "United to Victory with President George W. Bush and House Republican." The cost of this event is insane. But, check out the topics of these so-called workshop:

Waste of taxpayer's money. Fitz should serve Rove the indictment before Rove digs into the roasted chicken!

12:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Fisher is safe

He is holed away in a drop box lets just say nothing and no one gets in or out.

4:09 PM  
Anonymous tucker carlson said...

Slingblade, you are one sick mother...

8:41 PM  
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3:02 AM  

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