Mar 24, 2006

Practice Makes Perfect...

Nothing like the conviction of former Illinois Govenor George Ryan to build some big MO for my other investigations and cases.



After 5 months and 83 witnesses there is very little chance that this will end in a deadlocked jury and be declared a mistrial...Not to worry, I hear the jury was only arguing over the Sweet 16 matchups and the recent performances of Kevin Corvais and Bucky Covington on American Idol.

53 Comments:

Anonymous e said...

always working..thatsour Fitz..without fear or favor..
thank you once again for all you do for mankind...

12:34 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Glad that Ryan's trial will not end with a mistrial. I hope Gov. Ryan gets nailed!

12:36 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

There's an old (very) expression about being "as busy as a one-armed paper hanger with the hives".
I think it applies here. Lots of
frequent flier miles, eh?

12:58 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

It's incredible that Ryan and Warner continue to declare their innocence after all the evidence against them.
Also just heard something else about this case, Ryan juror investigated for DUI and weapons charges. What does that mean for the case? Heard this on WGN news.

1:07 PM  
Anonymous Paula said...

The performances on American Idol were great this week. Fitz, who are you pulling for? Also, Simon says hello and asks that you make Libby and Abramoff sing on Cheney and Rove.

1:08 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

For those interested in the Cunningham auction on yesterday, here is the results. From Thinkprogess:

"$94,625: Amount the government received yesterday in the Duke Cunningham auction. TPM Muckraker has the auction details here."

Here is the link to what was auction:

http://www.talkingpointsmemo.com/docs/duke-loot/?resultpage=1&

That money is not just a dent to what Cunningham owes. He still owes the government $1.85 million — the estimated value of the cash bribes he received — and another $1.8 million in back taxes and penalties. Adn there you have it!
Cunningham sould have took my advice and sold his good on Ebay. After all, the little soldier sold his trashy book "The Apprentice" on Amazon.com for $2,000. And notice that no one is talking about that book. Maybe the DOJ office should auction off Ryan and Warner's belongings. Maybe that will send a message to corrupted crooks!

1:23 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Fitz:

In your profile it says you work 120 hour workweeks, you must be working 24/7. My goodness! Do you have time to rest?

1:44 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
I think you are right, they need to send some strong messages to all the corrupted crooks!

1:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz,

Its about time for more indictments!!! Lets get this show on the road and nail them all.

Abramoff is on murder trial!
http://rawstory.com

2:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

If Cunningham's assets can be stripped by the goverment, S-Q, so can any of the corrupted crooks. Cunningham, DeLay, Abramoff, and other crooks took away from the taxpayers. They should be stripped from what was stolen from the American people.

Here is the news. A new judge appointee to the court:

From Thinkprogress.org:

"Roberts Appoints Conservative Ex-Starr Deputy to Surveillance Court
According to a new report by the Federation of American Scientists, Chief Justice John Roberts has appointed Judge John Bates to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court. Bates is replacing Judge James Robertson, who resigned last December to protest President Bush’s illegal domestic wiretapping program."

You probably asking who is John Bates? Well, not only he is Republican nominee but
"in 2002, he dismissed a lawsuit brought by the congressional General Accounting Office seeking disclosure of records of the Vice President's Energy Task Force." Connections, connections, connections.....

2:34 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Intresting the truth come slowly out from the corrupted Administration:

From thinkprogress.org:

Inconvenient Facts: Russian Government Tipped Off Hussein To U.S. War Plans
From Bush in 9/16/05:
"We’ve got a strong ally in Russia in fighting the war on terror….we understand we have a duty to protect our citizens, and to work together and to do everything we can to stop the killing."

Now, on 3/24/06

"The Russian government provided Saddam Hussein with intelligence on U.S. military movements and plans during the opening days of the war in 2003, according to a Pentagon report released Friday."

Now, why would you give U.S. intelligence to Hussein, the man that you are removing from Iraq?

3:24 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
I believe Russia had/has an OIL contract with Iraq...as did/does France. (I heard that quite some time ago.)

3:40 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Seems like everyone has their hands in the kitty for oil profits. That is why the Administration did more backdoor deal internationally. When the money trail is revealed, it will revealed which countries were involved with the Administration for profits.
From Raw Story:

DeLay license to carry concealed handgun revoked
Now, Raw Story got this information from a Texas website that is not a blog:www.brazoriver.com DeLay can't carry a gun because he is felon. But, Cheney can carry gun, shoot someone like his attorney, and give hush money to the law enforcement to silence the media and public.

3:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alrighty...Bush shuns Patriot Act requirement

In the statement, Bush said that he did not consider himself bound to tell Congress how the Patriot Act powers were being used and that, despite the law's requirements, he could withhold the information if he decided that disclosure would ''impair foreign relations, national security, the deliberative process of the executive, or the performance of the executive's constitutional duties."

Bush wrote: ''The executive branch shall construe the provisions . . . that call for furnishing information to entities outside the executive branch . . . in a manner consistent with the president's constitutional authority to supervise the unitary executive branch and to withhold information . . . "

The statement represented the latest in a string of high-profile instances in which Bush has cited his constitutional authority to bypass a law.

SPB, Can you give me one reason the police don't have an obligation to arrest this guy?
I'm gonna go do a citizens arrest, along with the raging Grannies, Grumpy Grandpas- Good Lord, how much more must we endure?

4:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Alrighty...Bush shuns Patriot Act requirement

In the statement, Bush said that he did not consider himself bound to tell Congress how the Patriot Act powers were being used and that, despite the law's requirements, he could withhold the information if he decided that disclosure would ''impair foreign relations, national security, the deliberative process of the executive, or the performance of the executive's constitutional duties."

Bush wrote: ''The executive branch shall construe the provisions . . . that call for furnishing information to entities outside the executive branch . . . in a manner consistent with the president's constitutional authority to supervise the unitary executive branch and to withhold information . . . "

The statement represented the latest in a string of high-profile instances in which Bush has cited his constitutional authority to bypass a law.

SPB, Can you give me one reason the police don't have an obligation to arrest this guy?
I'm gonna have to do a citizens arrest pretty soon, along with the raging Grannies, Grumpy Grandpas- Good Lord, how much more must we endure?

4:21 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon,

I understand how you feel. It is wrong for Bush to exercise his authority to shun the Patriot Act requirement. That is why I tell people to write, email or call their local representatives to demand the President Bush to be censored. The people start speaking out against the abuse of power by the Administration the better. You can't make a citzens arrest against Bush. Then again, Bush administration has paid off alot of lawmakers, government, law enforcement etc. So, we don't know exactly who is corrupted or not. This is very corrupted Adminstration that given special favors to people. Yes, Bush has broke the law. We all need to rally around and support Senator Feingold. On Feingold's website, he does cite a violation in Bush broke regarding your comment:

Congress Did Not Approve This Program: The extremely limited briefings of the President’s warrantless surveillance programs to a handful of Congressional leaders did not constitute Congressional oversight, much less approval. In fact, the failure of the President to keep the Congressional Intelligence Committees “fully and currently informed of all intelligence activities” was a violation of the National Security Act.
Read the violations in which the Bush Adminstration violated according to Feingold:
http://www.feingold.senate.gov/releases/06/03/20060312.html

This is a violation, anon. Not disclosing information as you said to Congress is a violation. I don't know which state you located at. But, some of the state officials such as California, New Mexico, South Dakota are asking for Bush impeachment. If all the states wouod do that, then it puts a lot of heat on the Administration. This Administration is corrupted from the bottom to the top. If the people rallied in the 1970s and demand Nixon to be impeached for the Watergate scandal so can the American people to demand Bush impeachment. It is alot to endure and hear about the Administration. But, sitting by is not going to get Bush out of office. In order to bring down Bush is to get rid of the people who had made Bush: Rove and Cheney (which I am sure Fitzgerald is working on in the CIA leak case). You get rid of or indict Rove and Cheney then you see Bush lose control of his empire. The truth will come out and Bush will be punished. Fitz is working hard to bring down the corrupted Administration.

4:56 PM  
Anonymous Nexus. said...

Charlie Sheen gets 911 in the open.

Breaking news!!!!!!!
I hope it works now!!

Let there be peace!

5:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for that SPB, sometimes these guys are a little more than a good American can take.

The red state OH, is so corrupt impeachment papers would be shredded as soon as we dropped them off.

A group of us have been going into our Sen's offices, by appointment and telling them why this BS must stop.

We have military families, pastors and other community leaders doing this regularly. The republican aides certainly know they are on the hot seat-two weeks ago we went-but the aides have "no report" back from the Senators.
We told the aides we represent thousands of people who want answers and a "town hall" meeting with the Sen's is in order. We told them, politely, that "no" will not be an acceptable answer and we will keep coming back until we get the meeting. We will provide them with everything they need-their choice of location. But they work for us and it is time for an employer-employee consultation.

I don't know what else we can do. Please Fitz, hurry!

5:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon,

Well good for you for standing up for your state. I didn't know that you were in Ohio. Yes, Ohio has some major issues and corruption. I have to pat Fitz on the back for dealing with the corruption in Chicago. Chicago is getting worse like New York City. You knoe if those Senators in your state are not going to step up the plate and work for their state, then I think it is time for them to voted out of office. I keep closely ties with the representatives in my state for answers. People need to understand that these politicans work for us not themselves. And we are paying their paychecks. The power is in the hands of the American people to take back their country. Hang in there in Ohio. Keep doing what you are doing. Remember the people who sacrifice and fought for us to get he freedoms that we have such as Constitution, Voting Rights, Civil Rights, etc. I'm sure that they were frustrated at times. Hang in there in Ohio. I do admire you for your determination. You are awesome!

6:09 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, the Domestic spying has the Justice Dept questioning this.

From Raw Story:

John Conyers "calls attention to the Justice Department's answer to question 45 of the Democrats' questions. In it, the Department says it cannot rule out the possibility that the program would tap calls between individuals and their doctors or attorneys."

Bush's program can easedrop on client/doctor or attorney. You know the attorneys like Fitz are upset and chopping about the bit on this!

Democratic questions:

http://rawprint.com/pdfs/HJCrawstory2.pdf

GOP questions:
http://rawprint.com/pdfs/HJCrawstory1.pdf

6:25 PM  
Anonymous e said...

http://www.vanityfair.com/
commentary/content/articles/
060320roco02

plamegate

6:55 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

e:

Thanks for sharing the Vanity Fair article aboutthe Plamegate. It was extremely long but read all of it!

Here some of the highlights that I found intriguing:

A. From Woodward:

"You'll see," Woodward had been telling Pincus. "They are moving stuff around at night in Iraq. The W.M.D. will all be found."
Woodward only interested in his next book that he was writing. Got to big after the exposure of Watergate.

B. Robert Novak's remarks:

"The first sign of real trouble was on July 8, when a friend showed up at his office after having run into the columnist Robert Novak on Pennsylvania Avenue, who had said, "Wilson's an asshole. The C.I.A. sent him. His wife, Valerie, works for the C.I.A." Sounds like a dislike for Wilson and the slip of the tongue of Valerie's name.

C. From Chris Matthews:

"On July 21, Wilson got a call from Chris Matthews, the host of Hardball, saying, "I just got off the phone with [Bush's chief political adviser] Karl Rove. He says, and I quote, 'Wilson's wife is fair game.'" "It never occurred to me that they would go after my wife," Is Matthews hinting that this revenge on Joe Wilson?

D. The real little soldier and not Libby playing the Gilligan defence:

"Libby was an inside man, with watchful eyes and a tight, folded face. His speech pattern was quick—question, answer, question, answer. Part of his job with Cheney was to calibrate the possible political damage any given action could do." Does this sound like a man who was stressed to the max and suffered memory loss?

E.Carl Bernstein advice to Woodward:

"You don't have this right," Bernstein told his old partner. "This thing is going to be huge. It will shine a light on the way Bush's White House operates. It is going to expose the president and his campaign of disinformation." Bernstein had become convinced that the current mess was a White House attempt to make the press the enemy." Which tells you the drift between their relationship and Woodward's determination for fame. Look where Woodward's career at Washington Post ended.


Great article! Gives you alot more incite of the reporters and major players in the CIA Leak case.

7:27 PM  
Anonymous SP said...

An evidence & testimony bath?

----

? I linked this site on mine but due to space only used "Patrick Fitzgerald." Any suggestions?

----

My newest:

http://www.light-to-dark.com/auntie_christi_juggles.html

Too bad your blog can't handle imagery. Or can it?

Esteban

7:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

You can used "Fitzmas." That is a thought! Nice picture of Bush. He looks like the "girlie man" with his pink outfit. That what the Governator said about the Democrats in California.

7:55 PM  
Anonymous SP said...

Good idea! Thanks, and Thanks!

Religious cartoons are a bit difficult...unless everyone is invited to the party. Still, I should retrieve my mail wearing a biohazard suit.

8:20 PM  
Anonymous Staff said...

Esteban, give me some guitar lessons and draw a picture of Fitz juggling all his c ases, and I bet he will post it!

8:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB,

OH is so corrupt, and yes we will replace them-they know we are their "voter base". We wonder how they will hurt us.
Some of us have had tax bills come up from OH cities we never lived in-since we started complaining a few years ago.
We have been told they rarely GOT complaints in the past, and it makes them VERY nervous to be getting so many.

They are going to be taught how democracy works-and Gee, you'd think they'd know that-being such big time politicians and all...
Everybody in the state hates the Gov, but this guy won't step down even though 90% of the state-regardless of party-thought he should. He's certainly a piece of work-we are tired of these dynasties and thought Hackett could break that mold-so many are mad at the DLC too.
Then we have the "election problem"...
I guess sometimes when they go to D.C. they forget they came from O-HI-O and we cannot let that happen...Ohioans are known for midwestern commonsense, if nothing else- so as long as Fitz has it covered in D.C., know OH is getting serious attention. p
PS-what would it take to get a special prosecutor here? we need one

8:40 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon,

Believe me...There will be certainly a special prosecutor for Ohio with all of that corruption. Let's not forget the state of Florida too. With all of the corruption from Administration, the DOJ would certainly be a place of full of employment for Special Prosecutors. As long as King George is still in office, he will not allow an assigned Special Prosecutor.

Regarding Hackett, I, too, was extremely upset with Harry Reid and the Democrats for what they did to him. I had emailed a complaint to Howard Dean about this. Democrats didn't want Hackett who was war veteran but Illnois embraces Duckworth, a wounded Iraq war veteran who is running for office... As there are so many GOP corrupted,yet there are so many Democrats who shall be nameless are thumbsuckers and lapdogs to the Administration. Both parties need to clean house. I know that Senator Kerry did look into the Ohio election problem. Maybe someone needs to put a bug in ear and also to Feingold. But, there has to be more people to demand a Special Prosecutor to investigate the Ohio voting scandal. With Fitz spending his plates with the CIA Leak, Gov. Ryan and Conrad Black, Sean Berkowitz with the Enron Trial, Eliot Spitzer with the HR Block case, Ronnie Earle in the DeLay case, and the Florida prosecutor in the Abramoff case etc., there so many cases that all interwine with one another and all points to the corruption of the Bush Administration. But, I think that there will be prosecutor in the horizon for your state. It has been talks to investigate but the Administration and media has made this topic a low key. The real question who will that Special Prosecutor be?

10:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Delay, isn't funny how they scream about "their rights" when they finally get busted? The same ones they want to take from you and me.
With even a corrupt Ag here, make it a newbie who is very bright-we have his/her case files ready -after some phone calls...
We are prepared for democracy-call us silly, but we believe! We really need help, no one within the government so far will take the chance, though the proof is readily available. I just don't get it-

11:13 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Finally,

Last bit of news:

1. More news of connection with DeLay and Abramoff. their stay in Russia:

"NBC got hold of actual hotel records from DeLay's stay at the Moscow Country Club. The records showed that room charges for DeLay and Abramoff were mingled together and then paid for on the credit card of Alexander Koulakovsky, general manager of NAFTASib.
The cost of DeLay's room, with all the amenities, was $295 a night....NBC News has learned the expenses were, in fact, put on the credit card of a lobbyist and a Russian businessman.
A source close to the case says $885 was charged to [Jack] Abramoff’s credit card, and records indicate the rest was put on the credit card of Alexander Koulakovsky, general manager of a Russian oil and gas company called NAFTASib."
http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/archives/individual/2006_03/008495.php

http://www.tpmmuckraker.com/archives/000182.php



More unraveling news about DeLay. Not good for his case.

2. My favorite.. On yesterday's posting by Fitz, he mentioned about Barbara Bush’s donation to the Bush-Clinton Katrina fund for instructions for the money to go towards an educational software company owned by her son Neil. Well, here is a followup to the story.Who are Neil private investors for this educational sofware company. You won't be surprised!:

Neil Bush's Investors
By Paul Kiel - March 24, 2006, 6:31 PM

"Documents filed with the SEC show that it raised $7.1 million from 53 investors. There are a number of unnamed investors from the UAE, Saudi Arabia, and the British Virgin Islands." Not surpirsed by the Saudias and UAE.

Here is a list of some of the Neil investors:
http://www.tpmmuckraker.com/archives/000181.php

Anon at 11:13pm:

More stuff coming out on DeLay. The "hammer" will get nailed!

Everyone have a fantastic evening and weekend. Hang in there, folks. If the UCLA Bruins won by a miracle last night in the NCAA, we will see a Merry Fitzmas very soon. UCLA plays tomorrow. Go Bruins!

11:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz,

I hear a latenight present is coming aka more indictments being prepared.....

Get it squad-tight, and we will deal with the other issues including opening up a special prosecutor in Ohio. Jeff Fisher, Sibel Edmonds all coming to sing in the Capital.

Michael Mason said Ohio was so corrupt, its become almost Florida the second. He sure was right. Its time a full on ass-cleaning over there, starting from the Board of Elections to Blackwell.

Man that guy Blackwell needs to be arrested at the end of things, what a stooge we got here!
http://www.freepress.org


Get rid of all the damn corrupt politicans, and then we can remove some of the judges!

Merry Fitzmas!

----- THE ONE

1:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SBP, the One,

YES! That is such good news!! They are on the defense-finally-and we are giving them no rest.

Anyone at FreePress will be glad to assist, as we know "what's up". So glad to hear the whistleblowers are nearly ready to sing their sweet harmony.

Proof that America is STILL the home of the brave!

10:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Be AWARE: Kenneth Blackwell is said to be calling for all the voting machines memory cards to be sent to him.

How do we stop him-legally and lawfully.

12:03 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Anon,

How can we find out more about this Blackwell thing? Truly this has been a slow and sinister coup d'etat, and de ocracy is being held against her will.

1:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what if we can help prove that he committed murder?

4:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

will be in touch

4:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

concerning Ryan of course

4:34 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening Folks!

Happy Saturday! I am very late getting on the blog. Very busy day for me! Let's get to the news:

1. Mark on your calendar. There will be hearing for censure for Bush:

FOCUS | Senator Sets Hearing on Censure of Bush
http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/032506X.shtml
The Senate Judiciary Committee has set a hearing for next Friday on the call by Senator Russell D. Feingold, Democrat of Wisconsin, to censure President Bush for his approval of a program to allow electronic eavesdropping without warrants.

2. From ThinkProgress.org:

Desperate people do desperate things. Bush is at his low. He hires a crook to clean up his poll numbers:

"Bush Comeback Strategy: Send Grover Right Over
Robert Novak reports today that President Bush has turned to right-wing activist and longtime Abramoff partner Grover Norquist to help shore up his record low ratings."

And another desperate sap: McCain. And he is called the Maverick?:

"McCain defends hiring of political operative.
McCain recently hired Terry Nelson, an individual who was involved in DeLay’s corporate cash funneling scheme. While appearing on a radio show, McCain first defended Nelson saying “none of the charges were true,” but later said he “will go and look and see if any of them are true, but I’ve never heard of them before.” Well, there you go!

6:09 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Just how many cases are now active? Every day I read about another crook. You will need a nice vacaction when all your cases are finished. I think you need an enegry/vitam/no sugar drink. Sugar makes you hiper and its not good for you. I thought you had the sex case who has the Ryan case. What is Michael Mason doing in his new job? I'm lost and lossing it, two many cases and to many crooks.

7:23 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

How can Grover Norquist help Bush?
He's got problems of his own.

7:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Coingate

speaking of murder and mayhem don't remember if this was ever shared. one lawyer said he needed more info on the bank involved -which is there now.

Ever read woodward's Veil: The Secret wars of the cia 1981-1987? Hmm...these turn out to be so many of the SAME gang, whaddaya know?

9:53 PM  
Anonymous bossmack said...

What it do fools? Check me out at

http://topmacknigga.blogspot.com/

10:07 PM  
Anonymous SP said...

This is a tad off topic but given the latest developments in the illegal NSA spying, one might wonder just how far the neocons would go to protect their coup. My intent in painting the picture, "A Picture in a Picture" suggests that the grand jury itself-all of its members and Fitzgerald could be fair game.

Notice though, that the entire picture itself is a window on, lets say, a good guy's computer. That means Rove and Bush are busted.

http://www.light-to-dark.com/picture_in_a_picture.html

Stephen

3:26 AM  
Anonymous Nexus said...

No comment on the video i linked here? Are you still asleep???
This is the evidence right under your noses! I still try to understand you American people, how much more proof do you need?

Let there be peace!

10:26 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this some kind of joke?

11:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice picture. That is a nightmare to consider, but surely not beyond them

1:09 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Happy Sunday everyone!

In the news:

1. Why is Abmamoff not implicating DeLay in his plea bargain?:

Columnist Robert Novak writes:

"Disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff has advised friends that he has no derogatory information about former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay and is not implicating him as part of his plea bargain with federal prosecutors.

http://rawstory.com/comments/13007.html

2. How digraceful can you get!:

Form letters tell 9/11 families of 911 calls


NEW YORK (CNN) -- The mayor's office is sending form letters this weekend to the families of 24 victims of the 9/11 attacks, informing them of unreleased recordings of 911 calls made by their loved ones

One recipient calls letters 'totally crass'
http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/03/26/WTC.911.calls/index.html

3. We are not the only ones with problems regarding Constitutional rights. Scalia has made his mind up:

Scalia Claims Guantanamo Detainees Have No Right to Fair Trial

"This week, the Supreme Court will hear arguments on whether the special military commissions created by the Bush administration to try Guantanamo detainees violate national and international law, as human rights groups charge."

2:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Scalia is as insane as the rest of the neocons. Sickening to think he can even attempt to call himself a fair and impartial judge.

7:57 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

All,

I have to send this article. I know that it has been quiet on the blog and Fitz is very busy with his cases. Hopefully, he is working on indictments for Rove and/or Cheney (cross your fingers).

Fitz, you need to post this article on your next posting because this is too funny. Who knows, Bush may blog in your blog!

What if 'Wash Post' Hired Bush as Blogger?
By Greg Mitchell
Editor & Publisher
Saturday 25 March 2006

The Washington Post announced last night (play along with me here, folks) that President George W. Bush had agreed to replace Ben Domenech as the "Red America" blogger at the newspaper's popular Web site. Bush contributed his first Web posting today, in which he thanked his old rival, Al Gore, for "inventing the internets."

President Bush's first blog post today opened: "David Gregory, eat your heart out."
http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/032606I.shtml

My question is how in the hell can this gerbil of a President "blog?" Hello? He doesn't know how to use email. Washington Post is certainly a Bush lover. They lost all their crediabilty as a honest and unbias newspaper. And what is Bush's name when he blogs?

p.s. I tried to look on Washington Post blog. Can't locate Bush's blog.

Finally note: Go Bruins!

8:30 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
You are too funny! Bush posting on a blog? LOL!!

Fitz:
Yes, please indictments for Rove and/or Cheney. :)

11:06 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

P.S. SPB:
I just hope Bush knows how to use 'spellcheck' so that folks on the blog can understand what the hell he is saying! LOL!

12:09 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q,

Bush doesn't know how to use spell check because he doesn't know how to spell, "spell check.!" With Bush's brain size of a BB, here is the Gerbil who walked out from the prescreening of the movie "V for Vendetta" and thought the movie was a sequel to Jim Carrey's movie ,"The Mask!" And Bush knows how to blog??? Please...

7:48 PM  
Blogger SpaceCommand said...

Something bothers me about this case Pat, and it is the discretionary enforcement part. You see the conflict of interest if there is one from a sidebar here, consists of the very public position of Governor Ryan against the monopoly death penalty regime that has locked down MSM for years. I think Ryan took the correct position in defiance of our death penalty dictatorship. The fact that other Governors were not prosecuted by the Federal Government, and Ryan was put in the front of the line, just bothers me.

This case bothers me as much as other hyped cases by the Federal Government when conflicts of interest exist. Take Congressman James A Trafficant for example, he defies the Holy Sacred Federal Reserve, an institution about as Federal as Federal Express save for the political appointments. Well think about the free speech issues verses the rampant prosecutions. Think about Martha Stewart and her defense not getting the right to introduce evidence, and her conviction on "lying," about things never proved in court beyond a reasonable doubt.

As a prosecutor who should in all cases want to see justice is done, doesn’t the will to win at all costs have to take a lower priority sometimes, especially concerning the overall facts of reality verses parochial indictments? Maybe one could genuinely wonder if the country is really run by the Universal Commercial Code under the golden fringed flag of Admiralty? It would of a certainly be refreshing if a prosecutor, or for that matter any attorney, could take a more comprehensive approach to the spirit of the law. The essence of it should be common law, and what a reasonable person would think, is it not really so? Doesn’t it bother you at all when matters of conscience are trampled, and genuine cheats get a free pass too often?

Hey I don't know about you, but not everyone out here fades into the TV screen with pizza and beer, thus going into an oblivion about everything but themselves.

12:09 AM  

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