Apr 4, 2006

How Would I Look..?

on a postage stamp?

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Anonymous Zsa Zsa said...

Dahling, you look marvelous!

12:31 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

You must be referring to the gentleman with the light purple tie. The person did a nice sketch of you and the little soldier and his attorney. Too bad Libby was sitting down. We will never know how short he is!

If you think that the little solider is trying to oust Fitz, The Hammer is trying to oust Prosecutor Ronnie Earle. From Thinkprogress.org:

"On an interview this morning on Fox News Radio’s Tony Snow Show, Rep. Tom DeLay (R-TX) revealed a plan to have the Texas legislature oust district attorney Ronnie Earle, the prosecutor who charged DeLay with money laundering:


SNOW: Okay, so at this point, you know — are you willing to let bygones be bygones?

DELAY: Absolutely not. Texas should not allow a district attorney from Travis County have this kind of power. And they can take his power away from him because there was the Texas legislature that gave him this power. And I think that will happen in the next session of the Texas legislature.

SNOW: Oh, really?

DELAY: Yes."

Like Fitz, Earle is too close to nailing the Hammer! Nail the hammer, Earle!

12:33 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

I think Andrew Lourie is closing to nailing him, too.

12:37 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

and PJF, you look great! That wasn't your new suit, though. Save it for the big time!

12:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Go get 'em Fitz!!!!

Perfect day to wind down with the Grand Jury and prepare the indictments!



As far as McKinney goes, we come to find out that McKinney did show her full ID badge to the policeman.

Why did he STILL harass her if she showed him his real identity? Like I said the case just doesn't add up, convict all the true corrupt criminal republicans and remaining democrats plus leave McKinney alone.....

After all, isn't Cynthia McKinney also a lone gunman against the fuhrer regime?

She has the goods too, as long as she helps investigate then make sure she's left alone no ifs or buts.

By the way Karl Rove may be acting smug but its all an act, when the Grand Jury finishes this more than two will get indicted.

He is going to have a reckoning just like soldier!


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

A postage stamp, Fitz? You should create a stamp from that picture and mail a postcard to every criminal that you are indicting or better yet, ANY EVIL DOER, with the statement: say no thanks to graft!

1:23 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon at 2:09 pm,

You know as I well as I do that they are trying to get rid of McKinney. They are asking for her arrest but yet certain politicans get special favors and circumstances by the Gerbil Administration. Seems like the Gerbil law works in certain people's favor. When you become an outspoken person or a critic to the Gerbil, the law is against you. Yes, she is lone gunnman against the regime, the only woman. She is strong person and she will fight this. They needto let her do her job (serve the public). With so much corrptions with the GOP, I know John Conyers got her back!

About Porky Pig Rove? All show for him. But, inside, Porkrind is shaking through his skin! You have Fitz take picture of Rove in an orange jumpsuit when he is finished with him!

1:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is that true about Congresspeople being let go on DUI's by police in DC?

I don't think Cynthia should have smacked the cop, but I do think the cop probably egged her on and she is targeted.

Her questions like the ones asked about DynCorp and possible dirty little secrets need to be answered. In fact, maybe it is time for the TRUTH in all matters to come out in this country. Hiding the truth only encourages more abuse of power.

1:56 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Is Patrick J. Fitzgerald out for justice and the American way or just for his personal aggrandizement?

2:02 PM  
Anonymous Righteous Indignation said...

That's right Biloxi, and Fitzgerald will nail them all especially the corrupt GOP toads to the damn wall.

You learn well, all of them are going down including Ted Kennedy by the time we're done!


2:36 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Introducing The Buffoon: Formerly known as McFelon. He is featured in Vanity Fair magazine:

Words Fail Him
Now that the daily White House briefings are instantly available online, Press Secretary Scott McClellan's mangled sentences, flat-footed evasions, and genial befuddlement have made him the butt of a thousand blogs, as well as of an increasingly savage press corps. Is he a victim, a pawn, or a P.R. disaster?

Here an excerpt:

"McClellan himself, as though having some terrible social disability, has, standing miserably in the press briefing room every day, become a kick-me archetype. He's Piggy in Lord of the Flies: a living victim, whose reason for being is, apparently, to shoulder public ridicule and pain (or, come to think of it, he's Squealer from Animal Farm)."


Thanks for your compliment! Bring all the crooks down!

2:46 PM  
Anonymous e said...

yes you would make a grand postage stamp...

2:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

..These guys are just playing the blame game nonstop because they know they're cornered now....

Nowhere to go, and nowhere to run except at the barrel of our justice gun!!!


By the way Prosecutor Biloxi, the neocon super zionist quartet of criminals tried to get Judge Ellis to drop the criminal case:


Man little soldier must be PEEING his pants, if the only defense these neocrackpots have now is to try to throw the judge off the case!!!!!!

Hahahahahahaha and a moment of silence for our corrupt politicians....may they stew in prison.

Couldn't happen to a nicer congress!

2:48 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...


You are looking mighty fine and who knows maybe each of your staff could have their own stamp, after all the crooks are in prison. :)

2:53 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution today weighed in on the Cynthia McKinney controversy with an editorial that roundly condemns how the Congresswoman has handled the fallout about a confrontation with a police officer on Capitol Hill.

3:09 PM  
Anonymous e said...


SPB ck this out

3:10 PM  
Anonymous waiting for a resolution said...

That looks nothing like you Fitz. You are much more handsome in person! Hold out for a more accurate likeness on the stamp.

3:15 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

If this blog is run by Patrick J. Fitzgerald with cooperation of the Department of Justine then everyone should be welcome here to expound his or her point of view. Some of the more intellectual participants such as "E" and cjt actually make some good points without all the slurs of "special prosecutor biloxi".

3:15 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Good work! Well, well, The Hammer "implicated in Florida gangland hit of casino boats owner." Man, DeLay is in serious trouble... His case becomes bigger and bigger. DeLay certianly dug a hole for his grave! Matching orange jumpsuits for DeLay and Abramoff!

3:18 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I love the way a prosecutor can condemn a man before the verdict every comes in.

3:21 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And remove the Gerbil!!!! Forgot to add that in.... Thanks for sharing the article, e. You are awesome!!!

3:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Postage Stamp? Self-sticking or the lick kind?

Waiting for the single-portrait variety. Who wants the little soldier on their letters?

3:49 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Maybe the little soldier's portrait on a box of pampers?

4:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd certainly collect THAT stamp.

BTW, I'm proud of you bloggers - see how easy it is...

4:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More like the little soldier's portrait on the box of baby wipes. Maybe he can be used to wipe up Cheney's mess.

4:05 PM  
Anonymous cjt said...


Months ago I pointed to Sun Cruz and said to watch for that murder plot to go very high up.

This is why an FBI agent in the last weeks reported Jeb to be deleting emails and shredding documents...both illegaly.

This is why Abramoff insists on minimum security lock up too...The Greek mob will contract him out of existence eventually otherwise.

I know some of those Greek Sun Cruz guys fairly personally from having them as neighbors and they play a very rough game.

4:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is there a draft in here?

Or was that Dr. Evil just being thrown out the door!???


Actually the Dr. E. doesn't realize that we all are going to prosecute the criminals, and have a sense of humor about it.

Whether they are GOP or not they will all be prosecuted.

Of course, there are a few Neocon Zionists standing by with Gonzales to try to kill the DOJ's investigations.

But they aren't experienced lawyers with the law.

No, the DOJ is full of hard line conservatives mostly who want justice and we want them to provide justice.

That is why they are kicking criminal Israel elements out of the US now, and all their little soldiers!!!!!

Its because they are fed up too, you would not believe how much the whistle has been blown in the DOJ.

All the neocon fuckfakes are going to a nice island prison with a do not pass go paper, we don't care if they call themselves jewish or catholic or da vinci.

They are toast. And it just so happens we have a sense of humor about it, unlike them so the DOJ can afford to have blogs like this with nobody's knowledge of it....

- World Peace

4:33 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Is there a draft in here?

Answer: No, that is the hot air coming from Anonymous's pie hole.

5:12 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

anonymous says:

"All the neocon fuckfakes are going to a nice island prison with a do not pass go paper, we don't care if they call themselves jewish or catholic or da vinci."

(I thought anonymous wanted all the "fuckfakes" to go to prision, not just the neocon ones???)

5:17 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Everyone seems to be able to ignore me but anonymous, the very one that called for everyone to ignore me. Go figure!

5:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was very disappointed how Rep McKinney has used the race card in her situation. Very unclassy. You don't hear alot about the other black females out there, our other Congresswomen and Represenatives who are very classy in their behavior.
As a female, and a professional, I was quite disappointed in her conduct. Why didn't she just stop in her tracks and show her badge to a law enforcement officer who asked for ID? It sounds like she kept walking, thus the "touching" incident.
What has this country gone to? Where is the professionalism? Please enlighten me. If it was you, in her situation, would you do that to a law enforcement officer hired to protect the well being of others especially with all that is happening in the world?
I know if it was myself, I have cooperated. Is she above this? Time for her to step down as well.
Also, she has had a history of run in's with the Secret Service also.
Politician or not, her behavior was nothing short of inexcusable.

5:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


McKinney showed her full ID badge to the law enforcement officer.

Read the facts of the incident before you accuse anyone.

She did show the ID and they still strong armed her, so it was not her fault alone under these circumstances. Someone tried to rough her.

5:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anon 6:39
anon 6:49

A badge should be enough. They have the photo on it right?

6:10 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz you'd look like the little angel that you are. Thats all I have to say about that.

8:11 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anything interesting happen while Iwas away?

9:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An ID badge is technically always enough.

Something else happened here and McKinney was set up.

According to the law all you must do to be recognized as a congressional member, is flash your ID badge and have it match your identity where you work.

Neocons set her up.

10:41 PM  
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9:06 AM  
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9:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obiviously in the McKinney Matter I do have my facts correct nor am I making accusations towards this woman. Let's admit - she made a big mistake and what makes this woman above reproach? that the rules don't apply to her? Please enlighten me.

Here is what the Capitol Hill Police had to say:

WASHINGTON (AP) -- U. S. Capitol Police Chief Terrance Gainer said Wednesday that Rep. Cynthia McKinney turned an officer's failure to recognize her into a criminal matter when she failed to stop at his request, and then struck him.

"He reached out and grabbed her and she turned around and hit him," Gainer said on CNN. "Even the high and the haughty should be able to stop and say, 'I'm a congressman' and then everybody moves on."

"This is not about personality," added House Speaker Dennis Hastert, R-Illinois. "It's not about racial profiling. It's about making this place safer."

For her part, McKinney wasn't backing down from the argument. She charged anew that racism is behind what she said is a pattern of difficulty in clearing Hill security checkpoints.

"This has become much ado about hairdo," she said Wednesday on CBS's "The Early Show." McKinney, a Georgia Democrat, recently dropped her trademark cornrows in favor of a curly brown afro.

The police aren't the ones who are racist, one Republican said.

"Cynthia McKinney is a racist," Rep. Tom DeLay, R-Texas, said on Fox News Channel, a day after abandoning his reelection bid under a cloud of ethics charges. "She has a long history of racism. Everything is racism with her. This is incredible arrogance that sometimes hits these members of Congress, but especially Cynthia McKinney."

Last Wednesday's incident in a House office building has caused a commotion on Capitol Hill, where security in the era of terrorist threat is tighter than ever and where authorities had to order an evacuation just Monday because of a power outage.

Capitol Police have turned the case over to U.S. Attorney Kenneth Wainstein, who must decide whether to clear the way for any charges against McKinney. An official in his office said no announcement was expected Wednesday.

McKinney has garnered little support among fellow Democrats in her feud with the Capitol police. No one in her party chose to join her at a news conference last Friday to discuss the situation.

Republicans, meanwhile, presented a resolution commending Capitol police for professionalism toward members of Congress and visitors -- even though they "endure physical and verbal assaults in some extreme cases."

"I don't think it's fair to attack the Capitol Police and I think it's time that we show our support for them," said Rep. Patrick McHenry, R-North Carolina, a sponsor of the measure. Ignoring a police officer's order to stop, or hitting one, "is never OK," McHenry said.

Some GOP members have said the McKinney incident serves to underscore Democratic insensitivity to security concerns.

Gainer said that racism, however, was not a factor.

"I've seen our officers stop white members and black members, Latinos, male and females," he told CNN. "It's not an issue about what your race or gender is. It's an issue about making sure people who come into our building are recognized if they're not going through the magnetometer, and this officer at that moment didn't recognize her."

"It would have been real easy, as most members of Congress do, to say here's who I am or do you know who I am?" Gainer added.

Police also have said that McKinney was failing to wear a pin that lawmakers are asked to display when entering Capitol facilities.

But she said Wednesday: "Face recognition is the issue .... The pin doesn't have my name on it and it doesn't have my picture on it, and so security should not be based on a pin ... People are focused on my hairdo."

"Something that perhaps the average American just doesn't understand is that there is a heightened sense of a lack of appropriateness being there for members who are elected who happen to be of color," McKinney said, "and until this issue is addressed by the American public in a very substantive way, it won't be the last time."

11:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mckinney showed her ID badge- that means no arrest is warranted.

This was a set up.

11:57 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I love the way Rosemary chose to delete my post when I have read some of the filthiest words you can put to paper or computer screen and she took no offense. I simply do some verbal battle with folks of differing views than myself and my post get deleted. Go Figure!

2:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dr Evil,
You are a moron and a disgrace to the human race.
Why don't you go back to the hole that you crawled out of?
And Cheney is not the man, you effing creep!

3:47 PM  
Blogger SpaceCommand said...

Go to http://photo.stamps.com/

USA Today reported:

The process is simple: Log on to photostamps.com, upload an image, edit the design, place an order. The stamps arrive in four to seven business days. Next to the design is a bar code and unique serial number to prevent counterfeiting.


Of course traditionally no living persons have been depicted on stamps, with exception to these custom made stamps. Yes you can have the graphic you have shown produced as your very own set of stamps.

9:50 PM  

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