Apr 27, 2006

If I Only Had More Fingers And Toes...

I could charge Mr. Rove with more than 20 counts! (to paraphrase Jerry Clower - infamous Grand Ole Opry comedian I used to see on Hee Haw as a kid)

"Special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald is said to be mulling perjury or obstruction of justice charges according to Thursday's Los Angeles Times."

50 cents for that journalistic insight? No charge for the bad joke.

19 Comments:

Blogger The Subway Serenade said...

If you don't have enough fingers and toes, I'm sure there are millions of folks who would love to give Rove a finger. A particular didget comes to mind...

Goper's Lament (Hard To Be A Republican)

11:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz, please schtick to law!

11:32 AM  
Blogger teak said...

We are willing to read your jokes anytime if it produces the results....so hee hee haw haw!

11:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz is pickin' and a grinnin'!

11:41 AM  
Anonymous BronzeDome said...

Oh my, Mr. Fitzgerald, old Turdyboy has really been naughty. More than 20 counts?
Please wait until after 3:45pm to file charges so that the "new moon" really takes hold of his buttocks and grind his tail straight to jail.
Thank you for staying the course and bringing these theives, liers, and murderers to justice.
B.

11:42 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Now that you are "sticking to the man" meaning Porkrind Rove, I want to be the fly onthe wall and if and when you indict the Gerbil (the Gerbil may hang up his crown if you go after him) on that 70 minute interview (not under oath) that he gave to you in June of 2004. My bet that he lied to you. As far as Dead Eye Cheney, he finished. And you notice that he has been quiet lately? He is stashing his money and profit from Halliburton in an undisclosed location in his mattress when you go after him. Cheney and Kenneth Lay are so much alike. Lay claims that he is broke. Yet, when the government investigated Enron, he brought a lot of property in Texas and knew that government can't seize his Texas property. And do you think that Dead Eye Cheney is doing the same to secure his finance in case anything happens to him in this leak case? Of course...

11:42 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

As I see it Fitz you have a number of people you can charge with obstruction of justice and lying to investigators. Some reporters have been paying attention. This case could go on forever with he said she said. But our system of justice can bring you down with one thing lying. Just do it! I know you can get a guilty finding if not the leak then obstruction of justice.

11:43 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And while Fitz is going after evil doer like Porkrinds, Feingold introduces amendment to reploy tropps by the end of the year. Way to go Feingold:

Feingold introduces amendment to redeploy troops by end of year

"Senator Russ Feingold (D-WI) today introduced an amendment demanding redeployment of U.S. troops currently in Iraq by the end of 2006, RAW STORY has learned.
The amendment is attached to an emergency supplemental appropriations bill currently being considered to fund ongoing military operations in Iraq.
This is the third time Feingold has introduced or taken part in writing legislation requesting a troop drawback. In June of 2005, Feingold introduced a resolution calling for a "flexible timetable" for an Iraq withdrawal. In November, 40 Senators voted in support of a similar amendment."

http://www.rawstory.com/news/2006/Feingold_introduces_amendment_to_redeploy_troops_0427.html

Feingold certainly put his money where his mouth is !

11:47 AM  
Anonymous DIck Morris said...

Fitz, by paraphrasing Jerry Clower you just picked up the southern vote. Combined with the Iowa farmer vote, the NY city slicker vote and liberal do gooders vote things are looking good for '08! Just don't EVER scream "HEE HAW!"

11:50 AM  
Anonymous jodi said...

Yes, Please indict Fatboy Karl!
I feel like I keep repeating myself on this, but take that evil pig down.
What about Stephen Hadley? Is he still in the picture?
I haven't heard anything about him in a long time.

11:51 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Fitz: This song comes to mind:

I knew a man, Bojangles, and he danced for you
in worn out shoes.
With silver hair, a ragged shirt and baggy pants,
the old soft shoe.
He jumped so high, jumped so high, then he lightly touched down.

I met him in a cell in New Orleans, I was
so down and out.
He looked at me to be the eyes of age,
as he spoke right out.
He talked of life, he talked of life. He laughed, clicked heels instead.

Mister Bojangles
Mister Bojangles
Mister Bojangles,
dance!

He danced for those at minstrel shows and county fairs
throughout the South.
He spoke with tears of fifteen years how his dog and he
traveled about.
His dog up and died, dog up and died, after twenty years he still grieved.

He said, I dance now at every chance in honky tonks
for drinks and tips.
But most of the time I spend behind these county bars.
He said, I drink a bit.
He shook his head and as he shook his head I heard someone ask, please

Mister Bojangles
Mister Bojangles
Mister Bojangles,
dance!

12:02 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Jodi,

Hadley is still in the picture. Here is some reseach that I did on Hadley especially his changing his identity to cover up his insurance fraud in the '80's. Hadley, a lawyer, has a lot of connections to Lockheed Martin company since that was his client. This is an interesting website with connection to certain people in the Gerbil Administration to Lockheed and other connections relating to the Gerbil's agenda:

"Lockheed Martin is now reputedly the world's largest weapons manufacturer. George W. Bush's direct connection with this huge "defence & aerospace" corporation began when he was Governor of Texas. There Lockheed attempted to gain a contact to become official benefits screeners for welfare and Medicaid in that state, a privatisation policy "Dubya" supported but could not get passed. Not surprisingly, for if the arms makers are to both dominate foreign policy and control social welfare as well, there seems little point in having a US government at all

Presumably it was on the basis of enormous additional profits expected during a Bush administration rather than mere executive greed that the CEO's pay at Lockheed Martin rose more than fourfold from US$5.8 million in 2000 to US$25.3 million in 2002.
Some "Lockheed people" on board with Bush
Stephen Hadley
And
"Lynne V. Cheney, wife of US Vice-President Dick Cheney, was a board member of Lockheed Martin for the period 1994-2001, picking up a handy US$120,000 per year for the privilege. (Mrs Cheney other lucrative directorship's include AXP Mutual {an American Express subsidiary}, the Union Pacific Resources Group, & the Reader's Digest Association. As a director of Union Pacific when it merged with Anadarko Petroleum, Lynne Cheney received Anadarko stock worth $250,000 to $500,000. Her husband's major source of vast wealth, Halliburton, had done business with Anadarko Petroleum since 1959."
http://www.e-book.com.au/got2.htm

A lot of connections with one another and all for oil and profit!

12:35 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

SPB, thanks for the info!

12:46 PM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

Hi Biloxi,

Good digging job!

Well guess it's just one big happy familiy but let's see how well they stick together once they're picked off one by one by Mr.Fitzgerald!

12:50 PM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

The Greeks had a nice welcome committe layed out for Rice. Doesn't she get tired of going places and being greeted by demonstrators?


Welcome Condoleezza!-A photographic chronicle of the demo & the riot that followed


Some thousands people demonstrated in Athens, as a reaction to the visit of Condoleeza Rice in Greece to discuss, amongst other, the matter of invading Iran and ask for the political and military support of the Greek government.

Even from the previous day, in fear of the students opposition and possible taking over of the university near the hotel where Rice was going to stay, the riot police blocked Pandeio University, while the streets were full of police patrols and undercover policemen since the early hours of Tuesday.

While the "high personalities" played on diplomacy and impressions during "high-level" meetings, heavy police forces (more than 5,000 policemen according the authorities) blocked main streets and imposed a prohibition of demonstrations in the very center of Athens city. When the demonstrators tried to go through the police blockages and demonstrate, tons of tear-gas was sprayed against them.

1:06 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Jodi and Waterflake!

Thanks! Well, there is a lot more of business connections and corruption around the Gerbil and company. But, many of the members in that Administration and certain political parties have had their hands in the cookie jar for a financial and political reasons. Yeah, that article that I sent o you I had to really dig. There is so many peoole and companies tied to the Gerbil and the war in Iraq. It is a bit overwhelming.

Waterflake:

Great article about Condi! Everywhere Girl Friday goes, it is like the Edgar Allen Poe's poem: "The Raven."

1:17 PM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

SPB,

I have a problem with the link that you posted. Can you post it again please?

Did you use just one source? Looks like you've tied things from different places together?

2:41 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Waterflake,

Is this the link that you are refering to?


http://www.e-book.com.au/got2.htm

3:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Keep up the good work » » »

6:47 PM  

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