Apr 3, 2006

A Moment Of Silence, Please...

for Tom Delay, but keep it short.

My only regret is that I was too late to reach him with my message of "Just say 'No, Thank You' to Graft. :(


Anonymous Father Flanagan of Boys Town said...


You know there is no such thing as a bad boy, but Tom is an adult, so lock him up and throw away the key!

Bless you.

11:02 PM  
Anonymous NO CORRUPTION said...

Awwww Poor Delay....

Did mommy let the corrupt criminal try to run his house into the ground?

Throw the book at these creeps!!!

I feel sorry for Delay's wife, having to marry someone who could be that duped by AIPAC and the neocons.

Good lord she must spend alot of time at the synagogue!

Bob Ney, Steny Hoyer, let the cards all fall...Conrad Burns.

And Fitz you just finish those indictments on Rove and Steven Badley!!!! And the other guy, we'll take care of the clean up!


11:10 PM  
Blogger Catherine Vincent said...

I have a feeling the year 2006 is going to get pretty wild!

11:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Someone needs to look into Gregory Meeks who has heavy ties to Abramoff and on the double.

Meeks is a democrat, but hes a neocon and he is dreadfully corrupt.

Meeks needs to be thrown out ASAP and I have been informed Jeff Fisher has found someone to take that seat immediately.

As well as replace other corrupt crooks who are on their way out.


11:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No more botox for you, Delay!

11:41 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, "The Hammer" got finally nailed! With all of DeLay's buddies taken plea bargains and bailing out, DeLay didn't have a prayer to get relected! Can't wait for the orange suits for Steven/Stephen Hadley/Badly. Let;s bring down all the criminals! Remove the Gerbil!

11:55 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...


I forgot to tell you. I picked Florida (smile). Now, that the Hammer is running for office, and stating he will be fundraising for the GOP and religous groups, my question is that can he do that from jail? Maybe Mr. DeLay should ask the GOP for a laptop so that he can use it in jail while doing time for corruption. Who will elected officla to resign in disgrace?

12:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Steven Badley looks like a god damn copy of Steven King!

All of these crooks need to go, and good lord check out Roves hairdo.

That guy is fat and corrupt to the core!

These guys are begging for indictments, the Grand Jury needs to be busy tomorrow and onward. Bring down the Badly/Rove duo and finish the nails on Libby to bring in Dick!!!


12:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Biloxi, you ever notice how pale Steven Badley's skin is???

What the hell happened there cosmetic surgery?

You could light this guy up just like the movie "POWDER"!!!! Good freaking grief, I have never seen such a stench coming from the 1600 avenue.

He needs to be decontaminated or actually see the sunlight, along with Brownie Rove.

I don't imagine the windows are too big in the pen though.

12:29 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

He means as in DeLay receiving gifts right?

House Majority Leader John Boehner, R-Ohio, called his predecessor "one of the most effective and gifted leaders the Republican Party has ever known."

"He has served our nation with integrity and honor, and I'm honored to call him my colleague and friend," Boehner said.

I have no idea of who he is talking about in the 2nd paragraph.

1:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bohener is talking about his Bone-r Bonehead friend Delay.

Nobody likes that shitter.

But at least Bohener has some ethics and isn't as corrupt as Delay.

But the problem with Bohener is his name, and the fact all his fellow republicans are mostly corrupt and want to be like Delay some day.


"F" for Failure

2:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here is the whole list Fitz:


All of them are ridiculously corrupt, take them all out!!!!

Every congressman on that list needs to go just about, sadly.

And so does Democrat "Rahm Emanuel", "Tom Lantos", "Mark Foley" "Gregory Meeks" and especially "Steny Hoyer" who all benefitted directly from Abramoff's largesse.

Nail them to the wall for the graft, clean up the trash in the people's house.

4:23 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Could a target letter have been in Mr. DeLay's mailbox? Wouldn't be surprised! It wasn't that long ago that he was adamant about running. Soomething changed his mind, and I'm certain it wasn't that altruistic.

You guys rock!

5:49 AM  
Anonymous e said...

On to the next..
heard a talking head say that Rove is relaxed and getting out more because he's not likely to be charge wiyh anything......

6:33 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Tom Delay still hasn't been convicted of anything. Bush/Cheney/Rove are sitting pretty. Cynthia McKinney is a walking felon that is getting a pass by most of the "fair minded" Whack Jobs that post here.

6:42 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Bush/Cheney/Rove are the MEN and it doesn't get much better than that. Democrats have enough skeletons in their closet. The old saying, "don't throw stones in glass houses" applies here. The thing with McKinney is just one example of the corruption that is running rampant through the Democratic Party.

6:47 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Where's Fritz??

6:55 AM  
Anonymous e said...

Mornin' dr e ...
you need to get a new mantra,,you're beginning to sound like a broken record.. :)

You need to be telling us about People like (R) Johnny IsaKson who is saying the same thing as Lou Dobbs we need to secure the borders before anthing is done...
on c-span right now watch..feed that brain:)

7:07 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I can remember during the Clinton years when Bill was lying & wagging his finger at us saying, "I never had sex with that woman, Miss Lewinski." all the Clinton apologist were saying, "lets all sit back and take a deep breath, Bill is innocent until proven guilty". It appears that the "fair minded" folks that hang out here have thrown that concept out the window. The mantra here is in the vain that, "they are all guilty lets throw them in jail". I think I can safely say that is an unAmerican mindset.

7:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where's Tom Delay? Probably golfing and relaxing, enjoying the good life after being driven from Congress and I don't mean in a limo. I hope he and Jack have some pull left and can arrange to bunk with the Dukestir.

7:13 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

"E", you seem to be the only one that makes sense here. I agree 100% that we should secure our borders. That is one point that I am disappointed with Bush. The borders and the way both parties spend taxpayer money are my two pet peeves with Bush.

7:13 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Ken Lay hasn't been convicted of anything yet either.

What about Clinton is right and don't leave out FDR and Wilson. We should impeach all 3 of them in absentia.

That McKinney is an unprecedented threat to the American way of life and should be brought before a Grand Jury!

Reports of DeLay's plans to move to VA to become a lobbyist show his selfless devotion to public service with honor and integrity.

7:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A word of advice to all the wonderful, LOYAL bloggers: You know your enemies by now. Their strategy is to start argueing about something often controversial and completely unrelated in order to divert attention from the real critical issues (like the war and other mistakes of this Admin). Dr. Evil is doing the same thing, like repeating "Fritz" or making up words, for instance. Can't you see that his goal is to destroy this blog, which was all peace and harmony before he entered the scene. His kind cannot stand peace and harmony. Don't get sucked in and respond to his comments and hopefully he'll go away. The only thing we can do is send him Love and Light. As you know, Light will kill a Troll, unless it can be transmuted.

7:55 AM  
Anonymous e said...

the main thing dr e ..
bull horning issues that one knows in his heart is wrong will not solve the problem that we will all have to solve no matter what party..
corrupt is corrupt and thats
what Fitz is all about and I know that in my heart...You can start by spelling his nickname right cause if you stay here long enough you will come to love what he stands for too..he evokes the memories of what we grew up with in this great Nation..I for one an't standing up for no one who is wrong..I didn't raise my family by supporting wrong and and a Political family that is corrupt should not be supported either..evoking Clinton denotes a party comparing shame for shame ..comparing shames do not heal or clean...
one of my sons once got a ticket and it got washed in his pants pocket..when he had a court date..his dad went with him..but his dad said you will tell the absolute truth or I won't support you ..all others gave some sob story..our son told the truth and gained the respect of the Judge..he paid his dues but became a MAN that day..
I don't see any of these structures in the present ADMIN..their patterns were formed quite young thats why they can't say no and fess up and just start their lives all over again..I would certainly have more respect for them..
the mantra I have is the one in my own heart from the pain of my own life experiences.. my life pain will work for what I know is right and every little bit of good helps

7:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I concur. It is a common neoreTHUGlican tactic.

Ignore sullen children and they eventually stop whining and stomping their feet-when they see it gets them nowhere. p

8:03 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous, you are the very one that has reponded to me the most. The only reason that there was peace and harmony here before my arrival is that this was just one big "kiss ass" group of folks with like minds. Someone comes onboard to challenge you and he becomes some sort of fungus. You folks have no sense of fair play or fair mindedness and if someone points that out for you, that person is open for ridicule and name calling. The concept of "innocent until proven guilty" is dead on arrival on this blog.

8:11 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

"E", you are truely the only intellectual here. You managed to take me to the "woodshed" without once calling me an off colored name. Then in the very next reply anonymous had to use the "Repugnican" slur. You are right, I use the "Fritz" name to agitate. If everyone here had your class, I wouldn't need to feel the need to agitate, but to just simply debate. No one is perfect, yours truely being a prime example. I judge people with one simple test, "Would I leave one my kids or grandkids with this person and trust that they would be in good hands". The Bush/Cheney's pass that test, but there are many like Bill or Hillary Clinton would not pass muster.

8:20 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Sorry, my mistake. Anonymous referred to us as, neoreTHUGlican tactic. Now that is a nice step forward to civil debate, now isn't it?

8:24 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I love to debate & expose hypocrisy. This site was brought to my attention and I thought it would be nice to challenge the mindset that prevails here. I agree that lawbreakers should be punished and pay for their crimes. Let's convict them first then punish them. No one here would be qualified to serve on any jury of anyone under investigation because almost everyone has alread formed their opinion of guilt without a trial. Is that the Fitzgerald way of justice? I certainly hope not.

8:31 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

So DeLay has over one million $ in legal fees and gets to use his latest campaign funds to pay it?

What a cushy perk!

Dr. E your observation of unproven guilt was very much more seen during the Clinton terms and your point is well taken here but one would be hard pressed to find any support for Dan Rostenkowski (and other crooks of his party) by most Democrats once he was exposed for the crook that he is. When DeLay announces his reason for leaving is for the good of the Party one has to wonder what kind of influence the RNC had in this.

Both sides are going to dig up any little smudge against the other, partisan politics are always that way.

8:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dr Evil, there is a place in Hell with your name on it. Go to it now!

8:57 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

cjt, you are another intellectual. Anonymous, I'm still trying to figure out why you are so against hearing an opposing view. Is it because you can't conjur up intelligent thought like "E" & cjt?

9:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No, I just hate your stinking Troll guts, that's all.
That is my right you know.

9:04 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anyone that thinks that the Democrats are somehow pure and innoculated from corruption is delusional. Let the chips fall where they may.

9:04 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Don't let the relaxation of Rove fool you. He may think that he is not going to be charged with anything but of course, Fitz, will checkmate him. Remember, Fitz knew
the identity of the leaker from the start. Rove is just making sure that he is not going to go down with Rambo Cheney, the little soldier, The Gerbil, Steven Badly, etc. Rove has to shown his collegues that he is in control. It is all an act.

Anon at 1:29 am,

Badly looks like death on water. His face looks like plastic. Since he changed his identity, he needs plastic surgery to his entire face. Makeup won't help him. And we don't know what is going on in the shag house, WH, with all of fundraiser parties featuring Mary Carey, the porno queen. Besides Badly, the entire Gerbil Administration needs an AIDS shot. And make sure, Fitz, uses a disinfectant spray on his hands when he indicts these nimrods, once and for all!

9:06 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous, where is the love? I don't hate you, I feel sorry for you. Your bitterness has clouded all sense of fair play. You are like so many that I encounter from the other side. You immediately want to make it personal and can't hang in there when things don't seem to go your way. You are to be pitied.

9:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dr E
Do not pity me. As for things not going my way, things are great for me.
As for my hate, maybe hate is too strong of a word.
I think I just despise trolls like you. You are the one who resorts to personal attack. I think you project too much.
And, I couldn't agree more with Father Flanigan, lock the troll Tom Delay up and throw away the key! Dr E, you might as well get used to it. More trolls like you are going down, like it or not.

9:24 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Is it just me or does any objective person think that it possible to have civil debate with "special prosecutor biloxi"? To me when you use all the slurs and insulting names that he uses in his post you have to question his credibilty. Yet some take offense when I refer to Fitzgerald as Fritz. There appears to be a real double standard among folks that frequent this blog.

9:25 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous, it is folks like you and the "special prosecutor biloxi" that detract from the intellectual points made by "E" and cjt. I can get down and dirty with the best of them but I prefer the civil discourse of "E" and cjt.

9:28 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

e and cjt....ignore him, please. I know that to some this was not the most tintillating blog, but we have fun and enjoy each other. There are plenty of other places for insulting discussion.

9:51 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

grandmanuk, I thought this was a blog run my Patrick J. Fitzgerald a non partisan prosecutor working for the DOJ. Why would you or Mr. Fitzgerald mind getting both sides of the story, all opinions should be welcome? Is Mr. Fitzgerald a man looking for justice or revenge? I thought a prosecutor did the work of the "people" or does he just do the work of some people?

9:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dr Evil,
I suggest you look at some of the other blogs.

10:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So Dr Evil, are you saying that you now believe that this site is run by the Special Prosecuter Patrick Fitzgerald?

10:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would just like to have everybody's thoughts on the situation involving Rep. Cynthia McKinnen. I have been following this in the news and I am just interested in people's thoughts if she should be held accountable for her actions. Reason being, is with all the mess going on in Congress and with the House of Reps, there has to be some accountability even for actions like this.
Your thoughts please.

10:43 AM  
Anonymous e said...

I will have to know more about the McKennie afair before I comment

11:03 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Here is statement by Rep. Cynthia McKinney about the incident from her website:

Statement of Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney
on Capitol Hill Incident

"(Washington, DC) - To the Members of the Capitol Hill Police:
Earlier today I had an unfortunate confrontation with a Capitol Hill Police Officer. It is traditional protocol that Capitol Hill Police Officers secure 535 Members of Congress, including 100 Senators. It is the expectation of most Members of Congress that Capitol Hill Police officers know who they are. I was urgently trying to get to an important meeting on time to fulfill my obligations to my constituents. Unfortunately, the Police Officer did not recognize me as a Member of Congress and a confrontation ensued. I did not have on my Congressional pin but showed the Police Officer my Congressional ID.
I know that Capitol Hill Police are securing our safety, that of
thousands of others, and I appreciate the work that they do. I deeply regret that the incident occurred. I have demonstrated my support for them in the past and I continue to support them now."

11:16 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Here is my 2 cents about the incident of McKinney in plain words. Someone wants her out and discredited. McKinney is co-sponsor of John Conyer's committee to impeach Bush. Also, she has been outspoken about the war in Iraq and the spending of the war. She is simply a threat. Here is the lastest news from McKinney:

"Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D-GA) has complained she was the victim of racial profiling when confronted by the officer last Wednesday in a House office building. The incident occurred when McKinney went around a metal detector -- as lawmakers are permitted to do -- while not wearing her congressional lapel pin.
McKinney said she was rushing to a meeting and that most members of Congress expect Capitol police to recognize them. She reportedly poked the officer with her cell phone when he stopped her. "

"Cynthia McKinney's run-in with a Capitol police officer isn't the only recent case where an African-American lawmaker has accused government officials of racial profiling. In February, several members of the Georgia General Assembly were denied entry to the main area where Coretta Scott King's body was on public view. Congressmember McKinney addressed the incident in an interview with CNN's Wolf Blitzer on Monday."


So, there is more about this story with McKinney. There is no mention about any investigation into the officer. I would like to hear his side of the story. This incident seems to focus on McKinney.

11:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Folks, why didn't you listen to my advice and stay away from Dr. Evil. I have never replied to his comments and I wish you wouldn't either. Can't you see what he is doing? He has turned this blog into an argueing place and it's not pleasant to read anymore. Nothing constructive will come out of it.

11:32 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

The McKinney business could play out to an interesting exercise in Constitutional law...but flying her singer on the tax payers expense was just plain wrong...period.

Article I, Section 6 US Constitution:

[The Senators and Representatives] shall in all cases, except treason, felony and breach of the peace, be privileged from arrest during their attendance at the session of their respective Houses, and in going to and returning from the same.

But this immunity has been claimed in the past and the S. Court has ruled against it. That above argument would be countered by....

When the Constitution was adopted, arrests in civil suits were still common in America. It is only to such arrests that the provision applies. Williamson v. United States, 207 U.S. 425, 28 S.Ct. 163. Long v. Ansell, 293 U.S. 76 (1934)

Meaning the charge on her is more serious than a civil wrong.

11:35 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I agree, Anon!

Fellow bloggers, don't subject yourself to Dr. Evil. You are only adding more fuel to the fire to him. Just ignore him! Let's keep the blog having integrity as it has always been!

11:37 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


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!


12:59 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous, your nose is going to grow with this statement.

"Folks, why didn't you listen to my advice and stay away from Dr. Evil. I have never replied to his comments and I wish you wouldn't either."

1:08 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

special procecutor biloxi, were is the integrity in listening to yourself blather on a daily basis? You seem to love to bloviate to the choir. Were is the courage or integrity with that tactic?

1:10 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous I know you have never responded to me so I will answer your question anyway.

Q -- "So Dr Evil, are you saying that you now believe that this site is run by the Special Prosecuter Patrick Fitzgerald?"

A -- No Anonymous, I don't believe this site is run by Fitzpatrick. I'm not that gullible.

1:13 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

The bizarre scuffle Wednesday between Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D-Ga.) and an unnamed U.S. Capitol Police officer is winning the spirited congresswoman few new friends in her caucus. In fact, some Democrats are trying to distance themselves from her.

She and House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (Calif.) no longer speak, not even to exchange greetings when encountering each other in the Capitol hallways, said two House Democratic sources. Pelosi twice turned down McKinney’s request to regain her seniority after she was defeated and then reelected in 2002 and 2004. McKinney first came to Congress in 1992.

1:20 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

The U.S. Capitol Police on Monday submitted their case against Rep. Cynthia McKinney to the U.S. Attorney's office, which will consider whether the Georgia congresswoman will face charges for tangling with a law enforcement officer last week.

"We are working with Capitol Hill police to fully understand and appreciate the incident," principal assistant U.S. Attorney Channing Phillips told The Associated Press in a telephone interview.

1:22 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".

1:26 PM  

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