Apr 8, 2006

Bush Et Al Hoodwinked By SPAM..?

It's official - According to Italian officials, Embassy Of Niger Employees forged the Yellow Cake Uranium document! Sismi and Martino - with the laptop - in the Starbuck's across the street from their Consul in Rome.

I knew it, you crazy cats, it was for love or money, yes?

“Martino told me that if he was able to obtain a copy of a contract then he would have earned a lot of money from an unspecified ‘intelligence’ organisation.”

President Bush, Karl Rove, V.P. Dick Cheney, Condi Rice, Barney the Dog, Colin Powell and the entire U.S Intelligence community put their collective prestige behind the uranium story in the Jan. 28, 2003, State of the Union address and now we learn that they were hoodwinked by SPAM from Niger no less!

Upon reflection, it is not like they were looking for cheap shortcuts to enlarge their naughty bits, lose weight fast, buy Canadian meds, refinance 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue's mortgage, find coeds/underage teens online, or replied to the Minister-of-WhateverTheFrick dude promising to deposit a few billion dollars in their account if only they provide him with the information on where to send the money.

Easy now, let's not rush to judgement, unlike Nigerian emails, this was sophisticated SPAM, and in reality they meant well and were just trying to accomplish their mission, the one they began with 80% approval ratings (113% according to FOX News) because Shock and Awe was GREAT TV - Damn you, Joe Wilson, the horror, the horror!

Ultimately, this led to a
'Concerted Effort' to Discredit Wilson and Burn His Wife and that is the rest of the story. I am Patrick J. Fitzgerald...good night.
PS: Please pray for our Nation's return to better times - circa Jan. 1993-Jan. 2001.

64 Comments:

Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yup, IT IS ALL ABOUT THE MONEY AND LET'S NOT FORGET: OIL!!! More and more of this case unravels and just in time to clean house in November of all the son-of-the bitches in Congress !! As I said time and time again, folks! connect the dots with this case, Enron, DeLay/Abramoff, and 9/11. What is amazing is that the Gerbil Administration is being exposed for their lies finally! But, unfortunately, we lost so many soldiers all from a WH conspiracy. Yet, The Gerbil Administration is not concentrating on Osama Bin Laden since the Gerbil stated after the attack on this country, that Bin Laden was responsible for the attack and that he vowed to "smoke him out!"

WHERE IN THE HELL IS OSAMA BIN LADEN??? IT HAS BEEN 5 YEARS, FOR GOODNESS SAKES!!!THIS GUY CAN FRISBEE OUT A TAPE AT ANY GIVEN TIME BUT THE GERBIL CAN'T FIND HIM!

9:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

December 5, 2001
By MANSOOR IJAZ

President Clinton and his national security team ignored several opportunities to capture Osama bin Laden and his terrorist associates, including one as late as last year.

I know because I negotiated more than one of the opportunities.

From 1996 to 1998, I opened unofficial channels between Sudan and the Clinton administration. I met with officials in both countries, including Clinton, U.S. National Security Advisor Samuel R. "Sandy" Berger and Sudan's president and intelligence chief. President Omar Hassan Ahmed Bashir, who wanted terrorism sanctions against Sudan lifted, offered the arrest and extradition of Bin Laden and detailed intelligence data about the global networks constructed by Egypt's Islamic Jihad, Iran's Hezbollah and the Palestinian Hamas.

9:50 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Blood for oil and money! Oh, I can't wait until November!!

9:52 PM  
Anonymous Osama ;) said...

Boosh has had 5 years to capture me, "dead or alive!" - What a joke!

Allah hu akbar!

9:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

December 5, 2001
By MANSOOR IJAZ

Among those in the networks were the two hijackers who piloted commercial airliners into the World Trade Center.

The silence of the Clinton administration in responding to these offers was deafening.

As an American Muslim and a political supporter of Clinton, I feel now, as I argued with Clinton and Berger then, that their counter-terrorism policies fueled the rise of Bin Laden from an ordinary man to a Hydra-like monster

10:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

December 5, 2001
By MANSOOR IJAZ

Clinton's failure to grasp the opportunity to unravel increasingly organized extremists, coupled with Berger's assessments of their potential to directly threaten the U.S., represents one of the most serious foreign policy failures in American history.

10:03 PM  
Anonymous Hillary said...

OK, you are right, it was all Bill's fault. I am so relieved that the God awful truth is finally out!

Bless you, Dr. Evil, I mean Anonymous.

10:04 PM  
Anonymous e said...

To Fitz and his staff..I am grateful for all you have done and all you will do ..

10:09 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Fitz & Staff:
I wish I could get you all the raise that you so well deserve!

You folks ROCK bigtime! :)

10:18 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

A 'Concerted Effort' to Discredit Bush Critic
Prosecutor Describes Cheney, Libby as Key Voices Pitching Iraq-Niger Story

By Barton Gellman and Dafna Linzer
Washington Post Staff Writers
Sunday, April 9, 2006; Page A01

As he drew back the curtain this week on the evidence against Vice President Cheney's former top aide, Special Counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald for the first time described a "concerted action" by "multiple people in the White House" -- using classified information -- to "discredit, punish or seek revenge against" a critic of President Bush's war in Iraq.

Bluntly and repeatedly, Fitzgerald placed Cheney at the center of that campaign. Citing grand jury testimony from the vice president's former chief of staff, I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, Fitzgerald fingered Cheney as the first to voice a line of attack that at least three White House officials would soon deploy against former ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV.

10:23 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Who is the unspecicified "inteligence organiztion"

10:39 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I'm glad you got all that off your chest. Now calm down and take deep breaths. You really liked Hoodwink didn't you. I just finished watching the lion, witch and wardrobe. I love Aslan he's strong yet gentle like you and oh so wise.
Now as to this dude who faked the yellow cake document. These guys didn't care if it was or wasn't fake they needed a reason to invade so you could have put a Krispy Cream in place of yellow cake and they would have taken that. Think for a min. why is this President so concerned about all of the middle east countries. What's there that makes them so important. Yes I know your still on that suger high but when it wares off you realize its oil and the oil pipe line. Money and oil control the world, if the middle east changes their currancy from american dollars. Well baby Fitz you will have no budget to worry about. The US will be broke. Money controls and rules everything and everybody in power. Just look what happens to ex world leaders who lose money and power. Ya skinny and dead.

10:40 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

God I hope so! The years of 1993-2001 were so many hopeful times. We were living off the hog with a huge amount of budget! We had huge surplus of money! Now, we are in 9 trillion dollars in debt, borrowed too much money from other international countries and you don't have DOJ budget! We have long way to go in this country, Fitz, to get back those hopeful and prosperous times in those Clinton years. I think we can but it will be a long road to recover!

On a side note, you gave us hints of your whereabouts at Starbucks. Now, I find amazing that we can locate you but we can't find Osama Bin Laden in the last 5 years!

That's my 2 cents for the evening! This is Special Prosecutor Biloxi signing off for the night. Same bat time same bat channel! Good night

10:59 PM  
Blogger teak said...

The paid Bushbot trolls on the yahoo discussion boards trying to defend Bush are pathetic.

I think people have to be shocked into accepting that Bush deceived them once and for all.

11:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yes its like a nightmare, sometimes.

I still can't believe how shamelessly they lie!

Why would people technically want to make money off of these "scams" that lead to worldwide wars?

Why is the question indeed!

Look alot of Israel is the main problem because its people have become straussian zionists.

Both the Ukraine and Israel are now full of straussian zionists.

Even the moderates, are following this ideology.

Add that to the mix of fanatical mullah fundamentalists in the mid-east, and you have utter destruction.

At all costs Patrick Fitzgerald and anyone here must prevent a fallout war with Iran, exposing election fraud, throwing out indictments, anything will slow it down.

But the only way to prevent it once and for all is to prosecute the planners.

-------

11:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How much closer can Fitzmas get?

Disappointed in the Italians-shame on those right wingers over there.

Being a Heinz 57 American and part Italian-let them know they bring "shame upon de family"...

What happens to the Italian forgers? International criminal court since it can be blamed on starting a war? Good Night, I had to check the news first.

1:03 AM  
Anonymous Up in Michigan said...

I love your description of spam. "Minister-Whatever-The-Frick." Perfect.

I just watched "Bill and Ted's Excellent Adventure," so of course I have to perfect word for all this:

BOGUS!

You're doing a most excellent job, dude. : )

6:11 AM  
Anonymous e said...

Cheeney's ill gotten gains can pay back the debt....
I will pray that they don't strat a war in Iran to hold on to power..

6:21 AM  
Anonymous e said...

http://www.washingtonpost.com
/wp-dyn/content/article/
2006/04/08/AR2006040800916.html

6:25 AM  
Anonymous e said...

http://www.belleville.com/mld/
belleville/news/local/14285720
.htm

6:35 AM  
Anonymous sammi said...

Dear Patrick J. Fitzgerald,

My name is Sammi Ungawa, ex-Treasurer of Yabooti. I have dispatched a Nun carrying secret docments that prove which bakery ordered the yellow cake recipe and more but alas she has been kidnapped enroute. The kidnappers demand $100,000 US for her release but I am only able to come up with half of this. Please contact me by wire immediately or I can meet you at the bus station later today.

7:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

President Bush, Karl Rove, V.P. Dick Cheney, Condi Rice, Barney the Dog, Colin Powell and the entire U.S Intelligence community put their collective PRESTIGE behind the uranium story in the Jan. 28, 2003, State of the Union address and now we learn that they were HOODWINKED by SPAM from Niger no less!
''' The sad fact for them is that they did not need this info to do their deed.BUT IT HAD TO BE A SLAM DUNK.

To top it off after HIS war is started they want revenge on someone who disagreed with them AND NOW THE WORLD IS FINDING OUT THE ORDERS CAME RIGHT FROM THE TOP.

If they had just let it lay.---NO CASE-NO HEAT??
But of course Emperors,Dictators believe its their way or the highway.

So now who steps up and stops this guy on Iran?

8:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

US leak of Zarqawi letter riles Israelis--

They said Bush’s indiscretion had undone months of painstaking effort.

ISRAELI military intelligence officials have accused President George W Bush’s administration of undermining their attempts to infiltrate Al-Qaeda’s operations in Iraq by revealing the contents of a secret letter written by Osama Bin Laden’s second-in-command, writes Uzi Mahnaimi.

8:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry here is the rest.Looks like they compromised more assets.What a ........


Israel passed the letter — in which Ayman al-Zawahiri outlined his Middle East strategy to Abu Musab al- Zarqawi, the Al-Qaeda leader in Iraq — to Washington last October on condition of strict anonymity.

Israeli officials were dismayed, however, when John Negroponte, the US director of national intelligence, made it available in both English and its original Arabic on his office web site.

Bush then referred to it during his weekly address. “The Al-Qaeda letter points to Vietnam as a model,” the president declared. “Al-Qaeda believes that America can be made to run again. They are gravely mistaken. America will not run and we will not forget our responsibilities.”

Israeli intelligence sources said officials who had worked on “Operation Tiramisu” inside Iraq took emergency steps to protect their sources, but it was not clear how successful they had been in averting the damage to their intelligence network.

8:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do tell...WHY is Israel even involved in Iraq? Hmm? What's in it for them?

Isn't it enough that they spy? Think IAPAC.
Isn't it enough that when we lost 10 Marines in an award ceremony in Iraq-on a "secured base" -they got blown up when some stepped on a pressure plate in the dirt.

I heard from a horses mouth that the ONLY ones who could have possibly found out the when and where they would be- were our friends, the IDF.
I also read that when Marines have been using IDF intel, they are ending up ambushed. Hmmm.

A guy who was in Beriut in the 80's told me how it was IDF that busted into the Marine barracks- he was at the checkpoint. It was IDF which held guns on them as the vehicle with explosives drove into the building.

I don't know about you all, but if I have a "friend" that constantly "sets me up" and uses me and kills people-they are NOT my friend and the relationship would have to stop.

We don't need Dubya's imaginary enemies-we appear to have plenty of real ones. Better take care of this crowd soon, Fitz. Dubya and the neocons (and Israel) want a war with Iran so bad they can taste it.

You won't need to worry about proving anything in court if they get their wish!

9:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just read in a Swedish newspaper that North Korea is threatening with a preventive attack against USA. Their defense minister states that USA is not the only country that has the right to "preventive attacks" and maintains that USAs government is secretly planning an attack against their country. North Korea will not sit and wait for this to happen. They also have nuclear weapons.
http://www.dn.se/DNet/jsp/polopoly.jsp?d=554&a=535916

Pres. Bush has done everything to create a WWIII. Can't UN remove him from power?
D

9:53 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Up date to my friends on the blog.
Peaches is ok. I've told her about all of you and she glad I have some good friends. I asked what it look like over there. She said sand to the left,sand to the right and sand on the bottom. Like two Afgans. But she's doing well and thanks all for their prayers and I thank you too.

10:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

From Talking Points Memo:

This new article on the Niger forgeries
There are various other holes and contradictions in this story. But there's one big one that you only need to read the papers to see. According to the story in the Times, the documents go from the Nigerien Embassy to Martino, to the French and then to the UK. Martino later sells them to an Italian journalist just a few months before the war.

Only, that's not how it happened. It's a simple chain of custody issue. Read up on the story and you'll find that the US didn't get the documents from the British or from the French. They got them from ... right, SISMI. The Italians sent details of the documents and then text transcriptions of them to Washington in late 2001 and early 2002. And everyone else got them, either directly or indirectly, from the Italians as well.

Once you add that fact to the mix you realize the story in the Times just doesn't add up.

This is the cover story concocted by the Italian government. It wasn't a very good one eighteen months ago and it's no better now.

11:37 AM  
Blogger Former Fed said...

Folks to post this earlier and it didn't take - hoep I'm not on Rosemary's BAD List.

Highly ecommend you read this article:

http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1181587,00.html

12:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FF- What is the title of that article?
The URL was cut off.

The formula for links:

TEXT

1:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That formula didn't show up. sorry

1:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Folks, Al-Quaeda is Mossad....

The FBI has known this for years, because there's a fake FBI "division" called division 5 which got hired back in nearly 1989.

They are experts on terror ops.

Mullah Jesuits or just simply fanatical Mullah terrorists work with the Mossad, and that gives you Al-Quaeda.

Abu Nidal, Dominick Suter and Tim Osman are some of the most WELL KNOWN Yemeni-Mossad double operatives in world history!

They also worked with Bush Senior's original Central Intelligence Agency.

http://www.whatreallyhappened.com

Its the biggest scam going- they are both the ENEMY *AND* the friend!!!!! Remember Jack Abramoff and the Pakistani ISI? They double as 'contractors' for them too.

>8=D

That means, they are playing both sides against the middle. Just like an Al Rogers.

And they think nobody can stop the fanatical mullahs or straussian zionists, special prosecutor biloxi.

They think no one even has the courage.....that is how far the neocon game has sunk

Keep in mind these are the draft dodgers who run from every real battle....yet they think they can pull the ultimate ruse on the world and give it a black eye

Its time for a SPRING-CLEANING all over the gov!
-----

1:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://cytations.blogspot.com

1:49 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I saw Joe Wilson today on channel 7. He explained the case so clearly even a four year old could unterstand. Side note he's not bad on the eyes. Any how he bottom lined this case without the spin or blame. Grandmanuk remember when Nixon to the plummers just get it done I don't need to know the plan. Well its happen again. Bush gave the go ahead and these idiots just went wild. Looks like another " I will resign as President today at noon". As for Cheney well he'll go the way of Spiro Agnew and get lost in history as a loser.

2:44 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Jackie
I was thinking of you yesterday when I remembered sitting in front of the TV glued to the hearings with John Dean and the others. Impeachment is so totally draining
on the country, but somemtimes that
is the only option to put a stop to
all this unthinkable, criminal, incompetent, corrupt and arrogant behavior.

I agree with John Dean....what Nixon did didn't cause any of the human suffering, deaths, fiscal insanity and disrepect this country
now faces around the world.

But when all is said and done, "it's all about the coverup"!

You'd think these clowns would remember what their actions caused the last time.

3:16 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

And I have a comment to anon, the one criticizing the Clinton administration...would anyone honestly think that someone of Clinton's intelligence would blow-off a PDB about Al-Queda wanting to
attack with domestic airplanes, and do you really think his reaction if it did happen, would be
to sit there like a moron and keep reading "My Pet Goat"? The only goat here is Bush.

If the reaction and inaction from Katrina doesn't show the world the Bush administration in real time, I give up.

3:20 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Jackie, I don't think Bush will resign--the 'Vanity Fair' article said Bush hates to lose, doesn't know how to lose.....I think he will be stupid and try to hang on.

Maybe the embarrassment to the Bush Family will be enough that Poppy and Babs will order it done, ending their evil reign.

P.S. Glad to hear your good news.

3:24 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Teak I don't know how much you remember about those Nixon years but Nixon was worst then Bush when it came to power. He's nickname was King Richard. After following the impeachment trial from the beginning the power and stubbornish its the same way with Bush. Yes your right it is about saving face too. But you have to understand their are move people behind this Administration who like Nixon don't want their names released in a trial. If Nixon had a choice he would have fought teeth and nail. This is the same position Bush is in today. Teak just look at the airplane picture with the victory sign Nixon gave as he left office. you'll see the same thing again with a new face. Big guys wont allow Bush to expose them.

3:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz, these talmud carpet wearers are nuts

http://www.arcticbeacon.com/9-Apr-2006.html

We have to end "THEIR" reign of terror once and for all, just like Ariel Sharon is no longer in working order.

Its time to end the games and slap out the indictments, then nuke their entire plan to nuke Iran.

4:27 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I just watch Joe Wilson's inteview on ABC this morning about the new information of the Gerbil in connection of the CIA Leak case. Smart man Mr. Wilson is. All he wants is:

a. The Gerbil to come clean with direct or indirect involvement in the leak.

b. The President needs to apologize to the American people and to the soldiers.

c. WH needs to release the transcripts to the American people of the Administration's conversation with Fitz regarding the case. Sounds familiar like Watergate with the tapes?

d. Possible suing the individuals who are involved in this leak: Wilson said he will not ruling out but will wait his options when the case is over.

But, Mr. Wilson never blame the President or anyone else in his investigation. He stated, like Fitzgerald, the timeline of this case. And that is what is going destroy The Gerbil and gang.

Now, do I think Bush will resign? Bush may be very arragant but his weakness is the Bush family name, reputation, and legacy. Bush is heavily relying on a legacy of his presidency but this is not working in his favor. Remember, Daddy Bush doesn't want the Bush name tartered at all. And since the Gerbil has been always trying to make his Daddy proud and have a better legacy than Daddy. Daddy cannot afford to lose his reputation with his Saudias and corporate buddies. If Bush stay the course and try to fight this latest scandal, this will exposed Bush's circle of friends involvement in this case. Daddy may step in and tell his son that to save face of the Bush blood, it will be best to step down. The Gerbil may be arragant to the public but he is very insecure and look seeking approval from the father. That is according to books by authors Kitty Kelley and Doug Wead.

5:30 PM  
Blogger teak said...

http://www.whatreallyhappened.com/lieofthecentury.html

I never looked at that way, Jackie, I just had finished the 'Vanity Fair' article on Junior's pre-WH period. I see what you mean now. Hopefully, he is removed before he does something even dumber.

Above is link to a good article but a long read. Hopefully, we will know the truth before much longer.

5:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

""don't think Bush will resign--the 'Vanity Fair' article said Bush hates to lose, doesn't know how to lose.....I think he will be stupid and try to hang on.""

Great comments in here.--- doesn't know how to lose---He already has--

A comment above--just like Nixon--get it done--just do it--actually could be used as a Bush defense--if things went that far.

I distinctly remember when Nixon resigned -taking my wife to a 12-noon time appointment-and the news broke in with his announcement -was bad enough he forced Richardson out 8-9 months earlier .

Just back from Nam and all the other things- it was like--"who do you trust" very somber- --same way again.Ill begotten war,no way out lots of similarities

One other statistic is that Corporate profits this year were at their largest percentage since 1966/68 ..If the other senarios play out--length of war etc--not good.Bush in way over his head

5:50 PM  
Anonymous e said...

SPB where can I read the transcript of the Joseph Wilson interview from this morning

5:53 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

e:

Here is the website of Mr. Wilson interview this morning. You can also see it on video!

Wilson: White House Needs to 'Come Clean'
http://abcnews.go.com/ThisWeek/Politics/story?id=1823028&page=1

6:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank God there is a light at the end of this long winding tunnel.

My money is on the Dumbya resigning...just like Nixon-but with lot's more damage.

I blame some of our fellow Americans, the media and the figures in the shadows who wanted it all to happen.

Osama is dead. The other guy in Iraq that is Zwacahari (sp?) is in Dubya's imagination.

Wilson is one more true American patriot!

6:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

article said Bush hates to lose, doesn't know how to lose---

Guess Mr Wilson dosent either.Mr Wilson did it with class and within the law.He has stood up for his family,done it in a professional way and above board.He comes out of this in great esteem

Bush took on the wrong person to smear.

6:50 PM  
Anonymous e said...

SPB
thank you ..enjoyed the news on Wilson..
to brighter days just as Fitz said
they will come soon I pray..don't forget thats what Fitz asked us to do everyone....

6:59 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

All,

Biloxi news for Sunday!


1. This piece of news is what Joe Wilson said this morning's inteview:

A 'Concerted Effort' to Discredit Bush Critic
By Barton Gellman and Dafna Linzer
The Washington Post
Sunday 09 April 2006
Prosecutor describes Cheney, Libby as key voices pitching Iraq-Niger story.
As he drew back the curtain this week on the evidence against Vice President Cheney's former top aide, Special Counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald for the first time described a "concerted action" by "multiple people in the White House" - using classified information - to "discredit, punish or seek revenge against" a critic of President Bush's war in Iraq.
http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/040906A.shtml

2. Another state asking the impeachment of the Gerbil:

Vermont Democrats Call for Bush Impeachment
http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/040906B.shtml
Democratic Party leaders in Vermont on Saturday passed a motion asking Congress to immediately begin impeachment proceedings against George Bush.

3. Looked back for the Gerbil:

FOCUS | Bush Knew Niger Claims Were False When He Leaked Them
http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/040906X.shtml
President Bush's apparent order authorizing a senior White House official to reveal to a reporter previously classified intelligence about Saddam Hussein's efforts to obtain uranium came as the information was already being discredited by several other officials in the administration, interviews and documents from the time show

And what elese did the Gerbil know???

4. The Hammer gets his pension!

April 7, 2006, 5:16AM
DeLay can get pension as soon as he resigns
He is eligible for $67,000 a year, which would be unaffected by state convictions
By SAMANTHA LEVINE
Copyright 2006 Houston Chronicle Washington Bureau
WASHINGTON - When he resigns in a few months, U.S. Rep. Tom DeLay immediately will be eligible for a congressional pension of nearly $67,000 a year.
http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/printstory.mpl/politics/3774753

Personally, DeLay shouldn't get a dime! He should panhandle for his pension!

5. This is hands down for sure! From Thinkprogess and Firedoglake:

Washington Post editors v. Firedoglake.
You be the judge

6. Finally, Fitzgerald, you have to expect criticism especially from Faux News from the lastest news of the Gerbil. The Faux news is doing the CYA for the WH!

From Thinkprogess:
"But now, Fitzgerald’s investigation has uncovered information that is damaging to President Bush. Today on Fox News Sunday, Weekly Standard editor William Kristol began the attack:
You know, the leak story is absurd, but I now think the whole prosecution is absurd. And I have hesitated to say this, because I have friends who respect Fitzgerald, but I now think it’s a politically motivated attempt to wound the Bush administration. … He is now out to discredit the Bush administration. He has bought the argument that there is something improper about the Bush administration responding to Joe Wilson’s charges."

Blah, Blah, Blah, Blah!!!

Have a good evening folks!

7:12 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles from the Joker in the Oval and the Penguin next door to it said...

Holy Smokes Batman; the Joker and the Penguin are trying to get one step ahead!

7:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Standard editor William Kristol began the attack:
You know, the leak story is absurd, but I now think the whole prosecution is absurd. And I have hesitated to say this, because I have friends who respect Fitzgerald, but I now think it’s a politically motivated attempt to wound the Bush administration.

HELLO .....No revenge to hurt Wilson,no leak,no investigation,nix,nada--your people did this to themselves--end of story.


Kristol must have a feeling that some of his associates are under the glass.

Is Kristol having a hard time accepting that a man/flamily has been attacked and he defended himself and had the ability to do so and the results are exposing a filthy underbelly of politics.

And Mr Kristol,in case you are not aware,as you seem to forget easily, a case for war was partly made on the content of which .....

Here is a refresher link. Oh you wrote it.""As we say, George W. Bush is a genius."" Have a nice day.Still think he's
a genius?


http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/000/000/002/905ceqeg.asp
This justs keeps getting better.

7:54 PM  
Blogger Former Fed said...

Folks,

I will try again to get the URL sent for an extremely important story.

I found it on Raw Story and it is from the Time online site. The URL is:

http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1181629,00.html

J3 is the most important Directorate on the Joint Staff. It is the one that actually is responsible for the execution of the war.

LtGen Newbold knows of what he speaks. Hopefully some of the 4 stars will listen to what he has to say.

8:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Enlisted members of the armed forces swear their oath to those appointed over them; an officer swears an oath not to a person but to the Constitution. The distinction is important.

9:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Very important distinction.

Dubya's boys should have kept that in mind before they went off the charts to plan yet another war.

But then what does one expect from a bunch of Chickenhawks?
Cowards like Feith, Hadley, Rummy-well, name one who isn't!

SPB, I am with you on resign. He won't stick it out- I think he's tired of the job anyway-he didn't know it would be so much WORK. He's never really done that sort of thing very much before.

9:58 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Do you really think this is it? Bush will resign or be impeached? Is it possible? I hope so! I want to believe it but I wonder if complacency and ignorance can be overcome...I hope so.

10:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

All I know is you better hurry up and I am going to be praying!!!!!


Go for it and force him to resign or impeachment proceedings to start.

Then clean out the rest of this neocon congress!!!! Good god I can't believe these creeps have torn into france!

And now they have started firing missiles/plan for buster bombs on Iran, I can't take it!

Let us out of this nightmare

11:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz why don't you go on the radio sometime or have someone else go on the radio.

I need to hear your calming voice, this world is nuts atm

11:53 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

We can only hope that he will resign.

SPB: You're absolutely correct, it has always been about the oil and money!

12:14 AM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

To resign or not to resign, that is here the question?

I for my case don't feel that resigning or impeachment is enough. Bush is responsible for so much suffering why should he get away with a slap on the wrist.

He should be convicted to having to sit for the rest of his life and listen to the accounts of all the people who have lost their loved ones...Americans, Iraqis you name it...and having to donate all his money for charity!

3:49 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

former fed....just read the Time article on Newbold's opinion/education of military personnel responsibilities. Career
military do have a hard time bucking the system as their futures
are definitely affected by what they say publicly. The time is now
to speak up, though. Their careers
aren't worth the lives of all the
innocents that have been sacrificed
to this inept, corrupt, criminal administration. We'll see who steps up to the plate.

4:55 AM  
Anonymous e said...

Anon
You are so right about Fitz's voice being calming..
that truly describes his presence
he is calming..

5:09 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Ack! I hope no one thinks I'm sticking up for Bush! I wrote those comments after reading the Vanity Fair article on his younger pre-WH years. BTW, I adore Joe Wilson and think Valerie was outed for several reasons besides revenge on Joe. Poppy will indeed demand Junior step down because his own dirty deeds are being refreshed in people's minds. Since Poppy has been out of sight and silent for months now, that speaks volumes.

Question? Why is that stinky WaPo stating Stephen (aka Steven)Hadley hoping the CIA would declassify documents that would support President Bush's reasoning for outing Ms. Plame? Hoodlums.

I have yet to read what Mr. Wilson in the links provided (thanks) but I did read what he said at some recent event, uncensored. Joe does not mince words! Nor is he afraid of the likes of Bush, Cheney or Rove. (Notice the heat is off Rove at this time.) I will read what Mr. Wilson had to say lately now.

Mr. Fitzgerald and your staff, millions of people are praying for your safety, wisdom, courage, humility and hope for the future of our country. I have seen a lot of veterans speaking out against BushCo. now....and even praising and admitting they were wrong about Clinton. Egads! Hope is on the way.

6:35 AM  
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4:04 PM  
Blogger Selamat JA said...

Praying like crazy, but need to be out in the streets rioting, a la France, it seems.
This is such a surrealistic nightmare, when will we all wakeup? Visons of Nixon's farewell helicopter ride fill my dreams.
For now, sending you, dear PJF and all your valiant staff, light and love, fortitude and perseverence, Justice shall prevail.
SJa

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