Apr 10, 2006

This Smells Exactly Like Karl Rove...

Phone-Jamming Records Point to White House
WASHINGTON - Key figures in a phone-jamming scheme designed to keep New Hampshire Democrats from voting in 2002 had regular contact with the White House and Republican Party as the plan was unfolding, phone records introduced in criminal court show. [more]
I hope America is beginning to see the pattern here of graft, corruption, lying, cheating, and stealing...I can't do it alone - demand change at the polls.

63 Comments:

Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

You shouldn't do this alone. It should take an army of the American people to demand and make a change in this country and put us in the right track. But, you are right. It does take people to go to the poll to make those changes. Now, the phone jamming schemes sounds like deja vu of the Nixon era where the Nixon administration sabotage the Democratic National Committee by implanting young ambitious people to bug, volunteer, and sabotage the Democratic candidates in Nixon re-election. Different era but same strategy by the Gerbil Administration.

5:12 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz just keep releasing the information and as things are going these guys are sinking themselves. Look at the millions of spanish/mexican and others marching for rights. Fitz remember history when the people are pushed with their backs against the wall we stick together. I too remember the twin towers attack but it was what brought everyone American together. The grapevine is the new link to the information. You can only do what you can and believe me we are truly greatfull. You knew there would be more to come out of this corrupt Administration. These guys have been working for years on these crimes.

5:34 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

It wouldn't surprise me that the Swine Karl Rove would have his filthy hooves in this. But Ken Mehlman is another slimy character and it was his office, political affairs that the phone calls were originating from.
I don't trust him either.
And of course I will be demanding change in the polls in November.
Get the trash out of the White House.

5:45 PM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

From this blog you can see that more and more people care even from outside the US. But the bigger the Nation the longer it takes, bit like an avalance, starts with small flakes but developes devastating powers once it comes done.


You're not alone that's for sure!

5:57 PM  
Blogger Sharon said...

Some of us have been screaming for years about these criminals but just now our Republican friends are opening their eyes. I am having to lead my GOP'ers step by step through what has happened and told them to turn off Faux News and read at least a newspaper or search the web for the truth. They are starting to get embarressed about their party. Ya think?
Fitz, you are not alone. Many of us are just hanging on every post, hoping this will open more eyes and we can change the Congress and the country for the better.

6:09 PM  
Blogger maura2e said...

PJF I'm a long time "lurker" on this site and this is my first time posting. Tx for all you do for us (and to whom ever helps you put this site together is a genius, & deserves to be writing for Jon Stewart and/or Stephen Colbert!!).

I just saw All the President's Men again and was struck by how little has changed in 30+ yrs. I found this interesting piece of trivia on Wikipedia regarding Karl Rove:
{In the fall of 1970, Rove used a false identity to enter the campaign office of Democrat Alan J. Dixon, who was running for Illinois State Treasurer, and stole 1000 sheets of paper with campaign letterhead. Rove then printed fake campaign rally fliers promising "free beer, free food, girls and a good time for nothing," and distributed them at rock concerts and homeless shelters. Rove's role would not become publicly known until August 1973. Rove told the Dallas Morning News in 1999, "It was a youthful prank at the age of 19 and I regret it." (The Washington Post, 7/23/99). Dixon was elected despite the fake campaign rally. Rove was an active participant in the 1972 Presidential campaign of Richard Nixon as a protégé of Donald Segretti (later convicted as a Watergate conspirator). Looks like Rove moved up to the big leagues helping to steal the 2000, 2002 NH race and 2004 elections!

6:11 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Here is an email that I gotten from Senator John Kerry about pulling the troops from Iraq. Here is an excerpt:

From: John Kerry info@johnkerry.com

To: *****@*****.****
Date: Monday, April 10, 2006 11:28:53 AM
Subject: Tell the Truth

Dear ********,
"Tell the truth. Fire the incompetents. Get out of Iraq. Have health care for all Americans. These are pretty simple messages, and they're worth fighting for today."
That's what I said yesterday when I appeared on "Meet the Press" to push our call for two deadlines and an exit from Iraq.
You and I both know it will take a massive citizen effort to force a President bogged down in this war to change his course - but doing so is our moral responsibility.

I urge you to join me today in calling for the withdrawal of American combat troops by the end of 2006 - and sooner than that if Iraqi politicians allow the civil war to grow and continue to delay, squabble and jockey for their own political turf while our brave soldiers sacrifice life and limb every day to create the conditions for democracy.

Our soldiers have done their jobs. They can't resolve political differences between Iraqis in an escalating civil war. It can't be done militarily; it can't be done from a Humvee or a helicopter. It can only be accomplished by a dramatic change of course, turning away from George W. Bush's aimless "stay for as long as it takes" approach. You and I have to try to make this administration change their approach before it's too late.
I urge you not to wait another day before signing onto this profoundly important fight for a better way.
Sincerely,
John Kerry
P.S. Late Saturday night I went to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington. The Wall is a powerful reminder of our moral obligation to tell the truth. As you walk down the ramp, you find yourself literally engulfed as the Wall, tens of thousands of names etched on it, gets higher and higher.
There are far too many people whose names are on the Wall who died after leaders in Washington knew that our policy wasn't working. We need to get Iraq right for our soldiers today before we let history repeat itself.


And Senator Kerry is right! We shouldn't let history repeat itself. Looking forward to November elections!

6:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Today I saw outside the post office a Lyndon Larouche worker with a sign that read Impeach Cheney before we get Bush. Does anyone make any case for Dennis Hastert being the 44th president of the USA?

We all know Bush is Cheney's puppet. We just don't know whose puppet Hastert is. Until we do, I say leave bad enough alone.

6:14 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

I read on Huffpo yesterday that five House seats went to people who got EXACTLY 18,181 VOTES IN EACH OF THE FIVE CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICTS. Tell me
I'm crazy, but I think the reference was made that you could win the lottery easier than a vote count repeated FIVE times. One of the contested districts was St. Clair County, Michigan and Candace Miller. Yes, the same Candace Miller that traded her vote to get the stupid Medicare Prescription Drug bill passed, and was censured for trading her vote. Guess who I'll be working against this time?

6:24 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

SPB - I heard John Kerry on Meet the Press, and if he had sounded that decisive and in control of his message during his campaign he might have won, even with all the dirty tricks going on.

Or maybe that's part of it, they defined the the message for us. A great new book on that topic, the writers interviewd on Hardball, Foxes in the Henhouse, I think it's called.

But I do believe the end is in sight for this gang of thugs.

6:40 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Kit,

Senator Kerry has learned from his errors in the 2004 Presidential election. As in life, you learn from your mistakes and move on. He has gotten a lot of feedback from many of the people who voted and voted against him. Yes, he does sound more in control than ever. But, he does make a good point about pulling the troops out. Foxes in the Henhouse. That certainly sounds like the Gerbil Administration. Every book has an end of a chapter and the chapter for the Bush Administration will come to an end!

6:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

THEY HAVE STACKED THE DECK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

http://www.sunherald.com/mld/sunherald/news/politics/14310329.htm

Nobody will win a thing until the neocons are drawn out of their holes in CHAINS!!!!

http://votetrustusa.org/


CORRUPT VOTING MACHINES STILL ABLE TO ELECT NEOCON CRONIES IN OVER 10 STATES!!!!!!

We can't help you PJF unless, you tell the AGs of these states to start indicting all these bastards.

I will rage in there and throw Diebold the fuck out, they are already in court now on criminal charges. Its time for them to go UNDER!!!!!!

>:=D

7:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Of course it was Rove and Melhman.
Interesting group of anti-war folks:
West Point Graduates Against The War

These kids are serious!

7:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/us_iran

"It was just, wild speculation."

"We're using diplomacy."

Same BULLSHIT BUSH SAID ABOUT FUKING IRAQ!!!!!!!

Once a liar, ALWAYS A LIAR!!!!!!

Indictments against the officials now Fitz and stop him, stop him in his tracks.

The neocons wouldn't even keep Bush in office unless he attacks Iran or does the deed, they need Iran destroyed for Greater Israel/Iran.

The straussian zionist neocons want to destroy and "revolutionize" iran, if BUSH does not do it they have no reason to keep him.

Same for anyone else THEY DECIDE TO MAKE PRESIDENT!!!!!!

End the farce once and for all.

7:52 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Good news about Sean Berkowitz and his team. On Nightly Business news PBS station they said while Skilling was on the stand testifing he told on Ken Lay. Fitz Sean cornered these guys and the out come is the same as your case. Each is telling on each other to save themselves. Sean just kicked butt today and yes it looks like both will be found guilty. His case sounds good.

7:56 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Rove will not prevail...
his cup of evil runneth over..
what goes around comes aroud..
the circle of life will finnally defeat him..
payback is hell

8:12 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles said...

Across the pond in the FT:
..." Combating Mr Libby's demand for documents that he claimed prove he was not part of a wider White House effort, Mr Fitzgerald notes: "As a practical matter, there are no documents showing the absence of a plot, and it is unclear how any document custodian would set out to find documents showing an 'absence of a plot'."

The filing also exposes the secretive world inside the administration, with the vice-president's office keeping secrets from Stephen Hadley, the national security adviser.

Hmm; now why, would they feel the need to keep the NSA unaware of something they had already, unilaterally 'defacto declassified'..er, because Mr Hadley was seeking to declassify it 'as it should be under process' perhaps?

Talk about the hand in the cookie jar.

We're getting whiplashed by the exceeding levels of corruption and under-handed activity this Administration breeds.

To have them state WH aides need to take a course in ethics in just furthing the ruse.

Absolutely diabolical.

St Peter: slam the gates shut on these clowns.

To the Corrupt WH: May the Feds get you while the Angels watch their backs. May the Devil claim you, as he should...its not radiant heat your feeling mi amigos....

8:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

May the Nixon game forever, this time for good....with us dragging all the frickin neocon zionists to the ICC and LEAVING THEM THERE LOCKED THE FUK UP!!!!

LOCKED UP AND SPILT!!!!!!

http://votetrustusa.org

8:21 PM  
Anonymous Up in Michigan said...

OK, I'll do my part. I wish it was November. Oh wait. No I don't. I like spring. But I am still drooling in anticipation of my entry into the voting booth.

8:26 PM  
Anonymous e said...

http://upi.com/NewsTrack/
view.php?StoryID=20060410-
080656-4557r

8:54 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Fitz, you are right. YOu can't do it alone but you and your team have done an amazing job and you are an inspiration to us all.

The other thing that I think we can learn from is the situation with the immigrants. Here are thousands upon thousands of people (many of whom do not even have the right to vote) and they are out in the streets peacefully demanding to be heard. With those numbers, they simply cannot be ignored.

If THEY can organize and mobilize, why can't the citizens of this country do so? We need to do the same to make our voices heard since the voting machines (Diebold etc) seem to have a problem with voters.

Numbers, numbers numbers - every body showing up represents a vote that cannot be ignored. Why can't we get it together and really help Fitz, each other, and the country?

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

Last entry of the evening. The buffoon Lieberman is not ruling out running as an Independent? From Crooks and Liars:

"LIEBERMAN: I'll always be a member of the Democratic party. I hope there's not a primary. I'm confident if there is one, I'll win it, but I'm not gonna rule out any other option for now because I feel so strongly that I can do better for the State of Connecticut for the next six years in the United States Senate that I want to give all the voters a chance to make that decision on Election day in November. I want to do it as a Democrat. If I didn't want to do it as a Democrat, I would choose to run in some other party, trust me. But I want to do it as a Democrat because I believe in the Democratic party, so really the choice is up to my fellow Democrats..."

And he feels that Connecticut another 6 years? I don't think so. I hope that the people of Connecticut seriously rethink no to vote this buttkisser back in office!

Have a good evening, Folks!

9:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

One more thing. This update about Enron trail came on my email. From WSJ:

Afternoon Recap: Paper Trail; Old Friends; Pregnant Pause
Posted by Peter Lattman
"HOUSTON — Judge Lake cut Jeffrey Skilling off in the middle of a doozy of a lecture on the deregulation of natural-gas prices in the 1980s to take an afternoon break. Here’s a look back over the last hour of testimony:
• Still focused on the period of Enron’s implosion in the fall of 2001, Petrocelli asked Skilling how he felt watching on television as Enron employees who had lost their jobs and life’s savings walking out of headquarters carrying their personal belongings. “I wanted to die,” said Skilling in a low, devastated and somber tone. Did you feel responsible, asked Petrocelli. “Sure,” Skilling said.
• Skilling had left a paper trail of some 2,000 pages of testimony before Congress the SEC and other federal agencies. When he first retained Petrocelli’s firm at O’Melveny & Myers to represent him (Petrocelli emphasized that Skilling hired a securities lawyer, not a criminal lawyer), Skilling testified that his lawyers instructed him not to testify and to take the Fifth. What did you say to this, asked Petrocelli? “Absolutely not,” testified Skilling. Why? “I didn’t believe I had done anything wrong,” said Skilling.
• Petrocelli had Skilling describe the day of his indictment, when the government allegedly orchestrated a meeting between a shackled Ben Glisan, Enron’s former treasurer, and Skilling in an elevator at the federal courthouse. Skilling said he hadn’t seen Glisan since he left the company in August 2001. Here’s how Skilling described their conversation:
“How’s it going Ben?”
“Not so good. You?”
“Not so good either. Hang in there. Take care.”
“God bless you.”
• Skilling says he’s been working “12 hours per day, 7 days per week, for two years” preparing his defense.
• In a crucial part of the testimony, Petrocelli walked through the former colleagues of Skilling who testified against him. Skilling testified that in the cases of his old friends and colleagues Ken Rice, Mark Koenig, and Andy Fastow, he thought they were all good, honest guys. With regard to Fastow, Petrocelli asked, “You didn’t know he stole millions?”
“For a long time I supported him,” said Skilling. “But within the past year I have seen documents that the jury has seen.” When he saw a document that showed Fastow and his cohort Michael Kopper secretly whacking up profits from their partnerships, “I was almost physically sick when I saw that…almost physically sick.”
With that, Petrocelli took a very pregnant pause for dramatic effect and began a line of questioning into Skilling’s childhood. More later…"


And I know that Sean Berkowitz is dying laughing at Skilling's testimony. Now, Petrocelli is questiining Skilling's childhood. What a joke! Skilling is toasted like the little soldier. Dumb like doorknobs! Good Night!

10:03 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

A painting, finished tonight:

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

All best

11:42 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

It smells like cooked goose?

11:59 PM  
Anonymous e said...

http://thinkprogress.org/2006/
04/10/murdering-border-crossers/

4:45 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

I went back to try to find the link for the article on the 18,181 vote count phenomenon and used google to try to find it. I found 10 pages of hits.....very interesting.

9:08 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

Happy Tuesday!

Here is the news:

1. More on the CIA Leak from NY Times:

More of the is case unravels: A WH conspiracy to discredit and punish Joe Wilson for a personal agenda. Here are excerpts:

WHITE HOUSE MEMO
With One Filing, Prosecutor Puts Bush in Spotlight


Mr. Fitzgerald did not identify who took part in the White House effort to argue otherwise, but the evidence he has cited so far shows that Mr. Cheney's office was the epicenter of concern about Mr. Wilson, the former ambassador sent to Niger by the C.I.A. to determine what deal, if any, Mr. Hussein had struck there.
Throughout the spring and early summer of 2003, Mr. Fitzgerald concluded, the former ambassador had become an irritant to the administration, raising doubts about the truthfulness of assertions — made publicly by Mr. Bush in his State of the Union address in January of that year — that Iraq might have sought uranium in Africa to further its nuclear ambitions.
Mr. Wilson's criticisms culminated in a July 6, 2003, Op-Ed article in The Times in which he voiced the same doubts for the first time on the record. He cited as his evidence his 2002 trip to Niger, instigated, he said, because of questions raised by Mr. Cheney's office.
Mr. Wilson's article, Mr. Fitzgerald said in the filing, "was viewed in the Office of the Vice President as a direct attack on the credibility of the vice president (and the president) on a matter of signal importance: the rationale for the war in Iraq."
Mr. Fitzgerald suggested that the White House effort was a "plan" to undermine Mr. Wilson.
"Disclosing the belief that Mr. Wilson's wife sent him on the Niger trip was one way for defendant to contradict the assertion that the vice president had done so, while at the same time undercutting Mr. Wilson's credibility if Mr. Wilson were perceived to have received the assignment on account of nepotism," Mr. Fitzgerald's filing said.

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/04/11/washington/11leak.html?ei=5065&en=bfc9f24ecf86e6b3&ex=1145419200&partner=MYWAY&pagewanted=print

2. The latest on the Gerbil's pols. Not good! The bottle is calling his name. From Crooks and Liars:

Bush's approval rating is at a new low

"The survey found that 38 percent of the public approve of the job Bush is doing, down three percentage points in the past month and his worst showing in Post-ABC polling since he became president. Sixty percent disapprove of his performance....

A majority of registered voters, 55 percent, say they plan to vote for the Democratic candidate in their House district, while 40 percent support the Republican candidate. That is the largest share of the electorate favoring Democrats in Post-ABC polls since the mid-1980s."

9:12 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB....so both you and PJF are talking
about voting in November....however, if the voting machines are rigged, what can we do? We need a plan here!

9:30 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB....so both you and PJF are talking
about voting in November....however, if the voting machines are rigged, what can we do? We need a plan here!

9:31 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, some of the voting machines in certain states were rigged, of course, for Bush to win. But, there arwe alternative ways for you to vote besides the electronic voting. There is the mailing your ballots. Those voting machines were rigged because of someone who worked in the voting machines or like Blackwell who had shares in the Diabold, Inc. Don't lose faith because of hearing the rigged voting machine. There is also organization in which volunteers their time the day of elections to monitor any problems at the poll. So, you may want to check your area to see if they have committees like that. Anyway, these are suggestions...

9:38 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

So the only way to insure that your vote will be counted is with an absentee ballot? Are we back in the dark ages?

10:26 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, I am saying that nothing is secure. I still have collegues that still vote via mail and not electronic. But, there was talks before Bush was relected not to have the electronic voting machines. But, I think that you need both systems as a backup: mail and electronic. If we rely on the electronic voting which we know that there was voting rigging, then we are back at square one again with trusting the electronic voting machines. I had volunteered my time in the 2004 election to make the people got to the polls and if he/she had troubles trying to use the electronic voting. But, this is entirely up to you on what is comfortable for you in voting. We are not going back to the dark ages. We just have corrupted people who abuse the voting polling. And remember the 2000 election in Florida with the voting rigging? Interesting that they are going through each count (butterfly, chad, etc.) to determine wheter the individual voted for Gore or Bush. I remembered the cry of a need of the electronic voting machines back then. A friend of mine in California volunteer his time to oversea the voting polls and report and funny business at the poll. I just can't remember the name of the organization. Anyway, my friend was trained and there was a number provided to call in if there is suspicious activities. And the people that my collegue called were volunteered attorneys amd people from the legal field. Just don'tthink we live in the dark ages, Grandmanuk, it is the corrupted people who wants us to stay and live in the dark ages. Keep the faith!

10:50 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

More in the news:

On Thinkprogress.org. You not going to believe this?:

"Will Chris Matthews run for Senate? Huffington Post hears he’s thinking about running in Pennsylvania."

So, what is the story on Matthews running for office?

10:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nobody can expect Fitzpatrick to do this alone. All citizens will have to take responsibility for changing the country for the better. As Bluewild stated, the new immigrants managed to get organized and demand change,why can't the ordinary citizens do the same when SO MUCH is at stake? When Bush&Co stole the election the first time 'everybody' knew it, but when we let them steal it the second time I know that people overseas were very disappointed in the Americans. Now we have to do whatever it takes to set things right. And if we have to wait till the election, I suggest everybody vote by absentee ballot if the machines can't be fixed. We have to turn things around to compensate for all the lost lives, we owe it to them.
D

11:01 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And that is true, Anon. And you are right about the troops. But, the media is not telling the American people this. Bush still trying to control the media and still add propaganda. And with the uproar about immigration and amount of people protesting about this senstive issue, I think this will add more fire for people to stand up and take back their country come November!

More news: Someone need to investigate certain WH family members woth direct or indirect ties to the Gerbil's agenda. From Thinkprogress.org:

IRAN -- RECENT COVERAGE FAILS TO NOTE ADMINISTRATION'S CREATION OF SECRETIVE IRAN GROUP:

"According to Kaplan, the administration has formed what it calls the Iran-Syria Operations Group (ISOG), a body headed by Vice President Cheney's daughter, Deputy Assistant Secretary of State Liz Cheney, and whose purpose is to encourage regime change in Iran. The State Department's Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs is disgruntled by the Bush team's efforts to run its own Iran shop and skirt the traditional bureaucracy. The administration's pre-Iraq war creations of the White House Iraq Group (WHIG) and the Pentagon's Office of Special Plans (OSP) may suggest one possible answer for why the administration feels the need to set up a secretive Iran operating group. OSP was created to cull intelligence to make the strongest possible case for war with Iraq, while WHIG helped market the war based on the selective intelligence the administration collected. Cheney is operating with more than $75 million at her disposal to ostensibly promote democracy in Iran."

11:11 AM  
Anonymous jodi said...

SPB:

About Chris Matthews running for Senate, I hope so, anything to get him off MSNBC!

And I think David Gregory should take his place, if HARDBALL should continue.

11:30 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I feel sorry for Pennsylvania. I know that state is blue state. David Gregory would be execellent for Hardball. I used to watch Mr. Gregory on the Chris Matthews show. He is fair and balanced. And I like David's professionalism, integrity, and reporting. But, MSNBC needs to dump the CEO first and get a person who will be fair to everyone regardless of his or her politcal party. The bloggers will come out the woodwork to prevent Matthews to ever have a Senate seat or any poltical office. Matthews still hasn't apologized about his remarks to Michael Moore!

11:37 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

This a.m. I was listening to the BBC on my way to work. The statement was made that our military (active) are the ones that have leaked the option of an atomic attack on Iran. I was more than a little horrified that the only way to get heard in this corrupt administration is to go to a journalist who is willing to listen and make it public.

This is a very scary time we live in.

11:52 AM  
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12:20 PM  
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12:24 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yes, we live in trouble times. But, the Gerbil is paying people left from right to promote his hidden agenda.

In other news: there is another reporter who stepping up to the plate and not giving fluff on this new found information about the Gerbil:

From Americablog:

"And his name is David Shuster with NBC (on Hardball).

Shuster actually dissected the entire Scooter Libby leak story and nailed Bush to the wall for "selectively leaking intelligence" - i.e., Bush knew the info he was leaking wasn't credible."
The video is on crooksandliars.com

12:25 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Grandmanuk:

You ask about the voting? Well, here is interesting article about the voting for 2008:

Hand Counted Paper Ballots in 2008
http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/041106L.shtml
The right to vote, as well as the principle of "one person, one vote," are cornerstones of our democracy. Equally fundamental is the assurance that each voter knows that her or his vote counts and is counted as intended. At this time in our history, many have lost confidence in our voting system.
It may go back to absentee ballots. I think anyone wants to leave to chance of history repeating itself in 2000 and 2004 elections!

12:30 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Thanks, SPB....that's just where I was
going and spotted that post as well.
"Democracy to the mid-east"????? How about here, too? Add it to the list of lies.

1:34 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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1:49 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

That is where the Gerbil is clueless. He is so busy meddling in the international countries' affairs and promoting this bogus democracy over there that he has forgotten about his own country. Middle East has always had problems but thanks to the Gerbil, the problems have become more deeper than ever. And let's not forget the other international countries that have problems with their own people thanks to the meddling and dictatorship of King Gerbil! Everywhere that man goes means an albatross! A man without a country!

Switching gears:

Want to know where Dead Eye Cheney been lately. Is he hiding from Fitzgerald?? Maybe or maybe out. But, whereever he is, the American people don't like him! From Thinkprogress:


Vice President Cheney threw out the ceremonial first pitch at the home opener of the Washington Nationals game today. The crowd was less than thrilled to have him there, loudly booing over the Fox News reporter. (Note: Fox producers muted the crowd audio halfway through before letting viewers “listen in” after the pitch.)

The good news: Cheney’s pitch landed in the dirt, not in someone’s face.

http://thinkprogress.org/2006/04/11/cheney-boo-baseball/

Or, at least he didn't shoot anybody!

1:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A "Culture of Corruption" seems to be a bit of an understatement, doesn't it?
>mickey in SD

2:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

More on the Enron Trail. This morning testimony with Skilling sounds like the little soldier: the Gilligan's defense. I wonder if the little soldier and Unskilling Skilling compared note with one another! From WSJ:

Skilling to Jury: No Recollection
Posted by Peter Lattman

"HOUSTON — Skilling’s testimony this morning made the Law Blog think about the issue of selective memory. During certain lines of questioning, Skilling displayed a depth of knowledge and a mastery of detail. But in other instances he’s said has no recollection of events. Yesterday, Skilling said he couldn’t recall an attempt to sell 200,000 shares of stock through his brokers at Schwab before Sept. 11, 2001, even though the prosecution has presented an audiotaped conversation of the attempted stock sale. “I don’t remember,” Skilling said yesterday. That evidence, prosecutors suggest, shows that Skilling was aware of problems at the company.

Today, Skilling was asked about an episode in January 2000 in which fourth-quarter earnings for 1999 were adjusted from .30 to .31 cents. During the prosecution’s case, former investor relations chief Mark Koenig testified that after preparing a press release that the company had earned 30 cents a share, he learned that Wall Street’s consensus earnings estimate had gone up to 31 cents a share. “Sick about it,” Koenig said he talked about the problem with Skilling, who Koenig testified “had to approve anything” having to do with earnings announcements. Soon after his talk with Skilling, Koenig said he learned that the earnings had been adjusted to 31 cents a share.

Asked about this episode today, Skilling said “I actually have no recollection of that at all” and repeated “I have no recollection of it.” The defense has argued that Koenig and other government witnesses succumbed to government pressure and pleaded guilty to crimes that they didn’t commit."

Ultimately, the jurors’ decision could come down to whether they believe Skilling that he doesn’t remember certain events that, were he to admit to them, could be damaging to the defense’s case."

Berkowitz has this case in the bag. I don't know that that idiot decided to give his testimony! He should have plea bargained with Berkowitz and call it day rather than to give a lame testimony like this!

2:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ITALY ELECTIONS MORE HAPPENING THAN EVER APPEARS...

http://www.iht.com/articles/2006/04/04/news/rome.php


4 out of 20 regions used electronic voting- silvio berlusconi tried to throw out the results with his own election fraud!

International Herald Tribune

WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 2006


MILAN When Lucio Stanca, the minister of innovation and technology, began preparing Italy for electronic vote counting a few years ago, there were some naysayers. But test runs for European Parliament elections in 2004 and Italian regional elections in 2005 silenced the critics - temporarily.

With the arrival of the April 9 and 10 general elections, the dress rehearsals are over. Electronic vote tabulating will move beyond the test phase in Italy for the first time: It will be used in four of the nation's 20 regions and will affect a fifth of the population.

Detractors worry that mischief will mar the count, especially if there is a close race in any of the four regions, which have many undecided voters.

Silvio Berlusconi, who has been prime minister for five years, is running against Romani Prodi, a former president of the European Commission who heads a vast coalition of center-left parties.

Prodi has maintained a lead in opinion surveys but Berlusconi can never be counted out.

Some of Berlusconi's critics have seized on the electronic voting issue as a chance to confront the prime minister.

"You can't play with the instruments of democracy," said Pino Sgobio, a leader of the Italian Communist Party. In an interview with news agencies last week, he asked: "What kind of telephone line will be used to transfer the data to the Interior Ministry and who will chose the people in charge of sending that data and based on what criteria?"

Voters in the four regions will cast their ballots just like everybody else and the votes will be counted as before. It is what happens next that changes.

The authorities at each polling station will enter the results into a computer and save the data on an encrypted USB memory stick that is formatted to work only on certain computers.

The memory sticks will be collected in one room, where the data will be read and sent on to the Interior Ministry in Rome. Polling officials are to follow every step of the process. The intent is to speed up the count.

"In Italy there has always been high voter turnout and the problem has been counting all the ballots in a timely fashion," said Dario De Marchi, Stanca's spokesman. "Electronic counting settles this and favors democracy rather than one candidate or party over another."

The decree outlining the new method of recording votes, approved by the Berlusconi government in January, says that if the data collected electronically is contested it will no longer be valid and a manual count of the printed ballots will take precedence.

But the critics said such a development could lead to a crisis of the type that shut down Florida after the U.S. presidential election in 2000.

Critics also pointed out that the son of a cabinet minister is a partner in a company that was hired as a consultant by the firm running the electronic procedure.

Issues of conflict of interest have often hovered over Berlusconi, who controls 90 percent of the Italian television market.

The perception has been revived in connection with how the contracts to run the electronic vote tallies were awarded.

The main contract was awarded without a public tender to Telecom Italia, the nation's dominant telecommunications company and the former government monopoly.

It hired the consulting firm Accenture to do some of the work. Gianmario Pisanu, a partner at Accenture, is the son of the interior minister.

Telecom Italia declined to comment on how Accenture was picked. A spokeswomen for the consulting company declined to comment on the contract. She did say, however, that Pisanu would have no role in work connected to the vote tallies.

Maurizio Chiocchetti, an official for Democrats of the Left, the largest party in the center-left coalition, said: "It's pretty strange that there wasn't a public tender and that can't help but lead you to have a thousands thoughts about what might be going on behind the scenes. Even if you don't think there has been anything illegal going on, it makes you wonder."

There was no time for a public tender, De Marchi said, because the exact election date was not set until January.

"You can't hold a public tender when all you have are approximate dates for an election because the companies can't bid until they have exact dates," he said.

He also disputed suggestions from the center-left that the Accenture connection was improper.

"We didn't chose Accenture," De Marchi said, "that was done by Telecom Italia. And anyway it seems to me ridiculous to exclude a company from doing any government work just because the son of a minister works there. I don't think that is done in the United States or anywhere else for that matter."

MILAN When Lucio Stanca, the minister of innovation and technology, began preparing Italy for electronic vote counting a few years ago, there were some naysayers. But test runs for European Parliament elections in 2004 and Italian regional elections in 2005 silenced the critics - temporarily.

With the arrival of the April 9 and 10 general elections, the dress rehearsals are over. Electronic vote tabulating will move beyond the test phase in Italy for the first time: It will be used in four of the nation's 20 regions and will affect a fifth of the population.

Detractors worry that mischief will mar the count, especially if there is a close race in any of the four regions, which have many undecided voters.

Silvio Berlusconi, who has been prime minister for five years, is running against Romani Prodi, a former president of the European Commission who heads a vast coalition of center-left parties.

Prodi has maintained a lead in opinion surveys but Berlusconi can never be counted out.

Some of Berlusconi's critics have seized on the electronic voting issue as a chance to confront the prime minister.

"You can't play with the instruments of democracy," said Pino Sgobio, a leader of the Italian Communist Party. In an interview with news agencies last week, he asked: "What kind of telephone line will be used to transfer the data to the Interior Ministry and who will chose the people in charge of sending that data and based on what criteria?"

Voters in the four regions will cast their ballots just like everybody else and the votes will be counted as before. It is what happens next that changes.

The authorities at each polling station will enter the results into a computer and save the data on an encrypted USB memory stick that is formatted to work only on certain computers.

The memory sticks will be collected in one room, where the data will be read and sent on to the Interior Ministry in Rome. Polling officials are to follow every step of the process. The intent is to speed up the count.

"In Italy there has always been high voter turnout and the problem has been counting all the ballots in a timely fashion," said Dario De Marchi, Stanca's spokesman. "Electronic counting settles this and favors democracy rather than one candidate or party over another."

The decree outlining the new method of recording votes, approved by the Berlusconi government in January, says that if the data collected electronically is contested it will no longer be valid and a manual count of the printed ballots will take precedence.

But the critics said such a development could lead to a crisis of the type that shut down Florida after the U.S. presidential election in 2000.

Critics also pointed out that the son of a cabinet minister is a partner in a company that was hired as a consultant by the firm running the electronic procedure.

Issues of conflict of interest have often hovered over Berlusconi, who controls 90 percent of the Italian television market.

The perception has been revived in connection with how the contracts to run the electronic vote tallies were awarded.

The main contract was awarded without a public tender to Telecom Italia, the nation's dominant telecommunications company and the former government monopoly.

It hired the consulting firm Accenture to do some of the work. Gianmario Pisanu, a partner at Accenture, is the son of the interior minister.

Telecom Italia declined to comment on how Accenture was picked. A spokeswomen for the consulting company declined to comment on the contract. She did say, however, that Pisanu would have no role in work connected to the vote tallies.

Maurizio Chiocchetti, an official for Democrats of the Left, the largest party in the center-left coalition, said: "It's pretty strange that there wasn't a public tender and that can't help but lead you to have a thousands thoughts about what might be going on behind the scenes. Even if you don't think there has been anything illegal going on, it makes you wonder."

There was no time for a public tender, De Marchi said, because the exact election date was not set until January.

"You can't hold a public tender when all you have are approximate dates for an election because the companies can't bid until they have exact dates," he said.

He also disputed suggestions from the center-left that the Accenture connection was improper.

"We didn't chose Accenture," De Marchi said, "that was done by Telecom Italia. And anyway it seems to me ridiculous to exclude a company from doing any government work just because the son of a minister works there. I don't think that is done in the United States or anywhere else for that matter."

MILAN When Lucio Stanca, the minister of innovation and technology, began preparing Italy for electronic vote counting a few years ago, there were some naysayers. But test runs for European Parliament elections in 2004 and Italian regional elections in 2005 silenced the critics - temporarily.

With the arrival of the April 9 and 10 general elections, the dress rehearsals are over. Electronic vote tabulating will move beyond the test phase in Italy for the first time: It will be used in four of the nation's 20 regions and will affect a fifth of the population.

Detractors worry that mischief will mar the count, especially if there is a close race in any of the four regions, which have many undecided voters.

Silvio Berlusconi, who has been prime minister for five years, is running against Romani Prodi, a former president of the European Commission who heads a vast coalition of center-left parties.

Prodi has maintained a lead in opinion surveys but Berlusconi can never be counted out.

Some of Berlusconi's critics have seized on the electronic voting issue as a chance to confront the prime minister.

"You can't play with the instruments of democracy," said Pino Sgobio, a leader of the Italian Communist Party. In an interview with news agencies last week, he asked: "What kind of telephone line will be used to transfer the data to the Interior Ministry and who will chose the people in charge of sending that data and based on what criteria?"

Voters in the four regions will cast their ballots just like everybody else and the votes will be counted as before. It is what happens next that changes.

The authorities at each polling station will enter the results into a computer and save the data on an encrypted USB memory stick that is formatted to work only on certain computers.

The memory sticks will be collected in one room, where the data will be read and sent on to the Interior Ministry in Rome. Polling officials are to follow every step of the process. The intent is to speed up the count.

"In Italy there has always been high voter turnout and the problem has been counting all the ballots in a timely fashion," said Dario De Marchi, Stanca's spokesman. "Electronic counting settles this and favors democracy rather than one candidate or party over another."

The decree outlining the new method of recording votes, approved by the Berlusconi government in January, says that if the data collected electronically is contested it will no longer be valid and a manual count of the printed ballots will take precedence.

But the critics said such a development could lead to a crisis of the type that shut down Florida after the U.S. presidential election in 2000.

Critics also pointed out that the son of a cabinet minister is a partner in a company that was hired as a consultant by the firm running the electronic procedure.

Issues of conflict of interest have often hovered over Berlusconi, who controls 90 percent of the Italian television market.

The perception has been revived in connection with how the contracts to run the electronic vote tallies were awarded.

The main contract was awarded without a public tender to Telecom Italia, the nation's dominant telecommunications company and the former government monopoly.

It hired the consulting firm Accenture to do some of the work. Gianmario Pisanu, a partner at Accenture, is the son of the interior minister.

Telecom Italia declined to comment on how Accenture was picked. A spokeswomen for the consulting company declined to comment on the contract. She did say, however, that Pisanu would have no role in work connected to the vote tallies.

Maurizio Chiocchetti, an official for Democrats of the Left, the largest party in the center-left coalition, said: "It's pretty strange that there wasn't a public tender and that can't help but lead you to have a thousands thoughts about what might be going on behind the scenes. Even if you don't think there has been anything illegal going on, it makes you wonder."

There was no time for a public tender, De Marchi said, because the exact election date was not set until January.

"You can't hold a public tender when all you have are approximate dates for an election because the companies can't bid until they have exact dates," he said.

He also disputed suggestions from the center-left that the Accenture connection was improper.

"We didn't chose Accenture," De Marchi said, "that was done by Telecom Italia. And anyway it seems to me ridiculous to exclude a company from doing any government work just because the son of a minister works there. I don't think that is done in the United States or anywhere else for that matter."

MILAN When Lucio Stanca, the minister of innovation and technology, began preparing Italy for electronic vote counting a few years ago, there were some naysayers. But test runs for European Parliament elections in 2004 and Italian regional elections in 2005 silenced the critics - temporarily.

With the arrival of the April 9 and 10 general elections, the dress rehearsals are over. Electronic vote tabulating will move beyond the test phase in Italy for the first time: It will be used in four of the nation's 20 regions and will affect a fifth of the population.

Detractors worry that mischief will mar the count, especially if there is a close race in any of the four regions, which have many undecided voters.

Silvio Berlusconi, who has been prime minister for five years, is running against Romani Prodi, a former president of the European Commission who heads a vast coalition of center-left parties.

Prodi has maintained a lead in opinion surveys but Berlusconi can never be counted out.

Some of Berlusconi's critics have seized on the electronic voting issue as a chance to confront the prime minister.

"You can't play with the instruments of democracy," said Pino Sgobio, a leader of the Italian Communist Party. In an interview with news agencies last week, he asked: "What kind of telephone line will be used to transfer the data to the Interior Ministry and who will chose the people in charge of sending that data and based on what criteria?"

Voters in the four regions will cast their ballots just like everybody else and the votes will be counted as before. It is what happens next that changes.

The authorities at each polling station will enter the results into a computer and save the data on an encrypted USB memory stick that is formatted to work only on certain computers.

The memory sticks will be collected in one room, where the data will be read and sent on to the Interior Ministry in Rome. Polling officials are to follow every step of the process. The intent is to speed up the count.

"In Italy there has always been high voter turnout and the problem has been counting all the ballots in a timely fashion," said Dario De Marchi, Stanca's spokesman. "Electronic counting settles this and favors democracy rather than one candidate or party over another."

The decree outlining the new method of recording votes, approved by the Berlusconi government in January, says that if the data collected electronically is contested it will no longer be valid and a manual count of the printed ballots will take precedence.

But the critics said such a development could lead to a crisis of the type that shut down Florida after the U.S. presidential election in 2000.

Critics also pointed out that the son of a cabinet minister is a partner in a company that was hired as a consultant by the firm running the electronic procedure.

Issues of conflict of interest have often hovered over Berlusconi, who controls 90 percent of the Italian television market.

The perception has been revived in connection with how the contracts to run the electronic vote tallies were awarded.

The main contract was awarded without a public tender to Telecom Italia, the nation's dominant telecommunications company and the former government monopoly.

It hired the consulting firm Accenture to do some of the work. Gianmario Pisanu, a partner at Accenture, is the son of the interior minister.

Telecom Italia declined to comment on how Accenture was picked. A spokeswomen for the consulting company declined to comment on the contract. She did say, however, that Pisanu would have no role in work connected to the vote tallies.

Maurizio Chiocchetti, an official for Democrats of the Left, the largest party in the center-left coalition, said: "It's pretty strange that there wasn't a public tender and that can't help but lead you to have a thousands thoughts about what might be going on behind the scenes. Even if you don't think there has been anything illegal going on, it makes you wonder."

There was no time for a public tender, De Marchi said, because the exact election date was not set until January.

"You can't hold a public tender when all you have are approximate dates for an election because the companies can't bid until they have exact dates," he said.

He also disputed suggestions from the center-left that the Accenture connection was improper.

"We didn't chose Accenture," De Marchi said, "that was done by Telecom Italia. And anyway it seems to me ridiculous to exclude a company from doing any government work just because the son of a minister works there. I don't think that is done in the United States or anywhere else for that matter."

2:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The gilligans defense failed for the little soldier!!!!

9=D

2:17 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And anon,

And it will fail for Unskilled Skilling and Lying Lay. Can't wait for the three amigos in matching pair of orange jumpsuits!!!

2:21 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

The article of the day, folks (my favorite): THE MUZZLE AWARD GOES TO.....

Bush, Justice Dept. Among Muzzle Winners

RICHMOND, Va. -

"President Bush and the Justice Department are among the winners of the 2006 Jefferson Muzzle awards, given by a free-speech group to those it considers the most egregious First Amendment violators in the past year.

Bush led the list, compiled by the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression, for authorizing the National Security Agency to tap the phones of U.S. citizens who make calls overseas

The Justice Department earned a Muzzle for demanding that Google turn over thousands of Internet records,

Other winners of the 15th annual awards include the Department of
Homeland Security for barring an air marshal from expressing concerns about public safety; the Yelm, Wash., City Council for banning the words "Wal-Mart" and "big-box stores" at public hearings; and students at the University of Connecticut who heckled conservative columnist Ann Coulter"

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060411/ap_on_re_us/muzzle_awards

The Gerbil is unable to be here today. But, I will be happy to accept this award on behalf of the Gerbil. He will hold this award with prestige and honor! Thank you!

3:08 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Looks like Ann Coulter may be behind bars? Will I shed a tear for her? Uh, Nope!

EXCLUSIVE: ANN COULTER'S FELONIOUS FLORIDA VOTER REGISTRATION APPLICATION
GOP DARLING SEEMS TO BE LATEST IN GROWING LIST OF REPUBLICANS WHO CHOOSE TO IGNORE 'THE RULE OF LAW'
STATE, COUNTY RECORDS SHOW SHE LIED ON VOTER APPLICATION, DESPITE OATH AFFIRMING TRUTHINESS OF INFORMATION


"OATH: I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will protect and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of the State of Florida. I am qualified to register as an elector under the Constitution and laws of the State of Florida. I am a U.S. citizen. I am a legal resident of Florida. All information on this form is true. I understand that if it is not true, I can be convicted of a felony of the third degree and fined up to $5,000 and/or imprisoned for up to five years."

http://www.bradblog.com/archives/00002682.htm

Or will she use the Gilligan's defense? Seems like every criminal caught in a scandal is using that!

And more of the phone jammed scandal:


NH GOP Strategist Made Call to the White House after Consulting Lawyer
By Paul Kiel - April 11, 2006, 2:29 PM
"The AP, in their story on calls to the White House, noted one call in particular, a 17 minute call from Jayne Millerick, then a GOP strategist working on the 2002 election. This was with the same number at the White House's Office of Political Affairs that James Tobin called so frequently.
The AP simply noted the call, and reported Millerick as saying that she "did not recall the subject" and that she hadn't learned of the plot until after the election."

As I said, criminals caught are using the Giligan's defense!

http://www.tpmmuckraker.com/archives/000344.php

3:30 PM  
Blogger Lady Gray said...

Profiling Political Thuggism
Hmmmm.....Lady Gray here. Well, I have tried to spread knowledge and the mentality of those on the hill. Nothing that the social masses hasn't known for some time, just things they often put on the back burners though to simmer and forget about until the pot is ready to boileth over.

Let the shit hit the fan! I've discussed this phrase over the years with some of the men incarcerated, a phrase of darkness often used with judicial proportions and ramifications.

I never worry about shit hitting the fan myself, it really doesn't spread very far, of course that depends on the size of the fan and wind velocity. What I worry about more is shit on the street...everyone walks in it and it travels far, much harder to clean up....from a social and political view, ha ask the boys on the hill about that one. Top dogs within street orgz are no different than the men we have on ladders in the political realms of the government structure....in other words if the "thug" shoe fits then wear it.

Always remember that a man who rules with fear and without compassion will have a short tenure and destructive legacy. They often sit and lay with cronies of the same mentality on their porches. The problem is they use puppies to do their bidding, underlings who have them under their thumbs and rely on them for survival. But when puppies get scared they start to whine and yelp, if they do it long and loud enough sooner or later someones going to hear them.

In regards to dissension....this isn't an issue about races, not if one uses logic and wisdom, it's about the elements of survival. It's about the impoverished, the disenfranchised, the down trodden and the disheartened. It's about the will within an individual to write his own legacy over time, to change, to excel, to move life in a positive and productive direction to leave something standing for tomorrow.

We were once the number one industrial nation in the world, we're now ranked number five...our monetary system was once one of the strongest in the world, now we have all we can do just to dog paddle and keep our heads above our brothers to the south and I'm not talking about the Bushies in TX either. This is about the masses struggling now to merely exist, remembering what it was like to live and having the wisdom to know the difference between the two. The problem is our numbers are swelling and now we want to be counted and heard by the chosen few who live.

In regards to dissension and aggressive positivity through demonstration, I want everyone to remember the PLO, IRA, etc. knowledge of one's plight is often over looked by the social masses when there is violence, they often only see portraits of destruction and not the pain or strife that painted them. Thus my staunch beliefs in strength in numbers and collective wisdom and knowledge to excel life in positive growth and development.

I only ask people to remember that a dog or thug who rules in fear, often casts a shadow that he himself can no longer outrun or live with. When that happens you have a scared and dangerous animal on your hands, one whose often lonely and becomes isolated....you can always tell he's an element in the social structure of life that's ready to go down because you can see him biting and chewing on his own ass........

Two negatives don't make a positive, and when a dog gets too many fleas he can't enjoy life because he's too busy scratching!!!!
I leave as I came with a great deal of love and respect for life.
Lady Gray/bossladyjmc

Judged Men Alliance
http://groups.yahoo.com/group/JudgedMenAllianceForTomorrow

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

For those who wish to follow the timeline of the CIA Leak case, Larry Johnson of Truthout.org does a very good timeline of this case. I wonder if Larry's timeline is close to Fitz' timeline?

An Updated Plamegate Timeline
By Larry Johnson

"As a public service, I offer the following linked timeline where you can examine the documents for yourself. Once you review this material, there should be no doubt that President Bush is a bald-faced liar and used his office to attack Joe Wilson for trying to ensure the American people were told the truth about Iraq and its alleged efforts to buy uranium in West Africa."

http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/041106B.shtml

A bold face liar?? Man, journalists are certainly calling a spade a spade about the Gerbil! I am in agreement about his conclusions of his findings of Bush!

More Happy Reading!

3:52 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Lady Gray....very thought-provoking. I think you deal with some very unsavory characters. Then, again, so is the American Public. Thanks for your service.

4:53 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Lady Gray:
You are a very special woman to be admired. The work you do is hope for a better tomorrow for society.
Thank you!

10:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lady Gray,

That was amazing and I now know you face the worst in society.

Thank you for helping Fitz and Rosemary catch Al Rogers- Dr. Evil won't be back again!!

Al Rogers/Bob Solano will be arrested if they keep up that harassment I read what you said earlier.

Keep saying it, you have lit the wave for truth!

Take good care of Jeff Fisher or anyone else who has to expose election fraud. I know how awful it is out there.

1:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz, you say "demand change at the polls." But while you were off somewhere else doing your white knight stuff, the evil ones rigged the election system. For some catchup, please refer to Conyers' investigation, the GAO investigation, and BlackBoxVoting.org.

Demanding change at the polls IS NO LONGER AN OPTION.

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