Apr 19, 2006

Who, What, Where & When..?

Dealing with matters of consequence today...did I miss anything important? ;)

I was having a beverage at the Four Season's in Georgetown earlier tonight and I noticed several black sedans with diplomatic plates - I learned that the President of Lebanon was in the house! They want democracy and they want it now...along with the Bush dollars to make it happen - it seems Iran is filling the Syrian void in Beruit and extending its reach and influence in the Middle East with its $70 a barrel Shiite wealth - Exxon and Haliburton windfall profits cut both ways, you know?

I am sure they will get plenty of handshakes, well wishes and Four Season's goldfish as lovely parting gifts - a day late and a dollar short, this party is ending...

Tomorrow, the Premier of China is in town! Let's celebrate the recent Microsoft coup - selling $1.2 billion in software to China - leaving ONLY $198.8 billion to go to balance the U.S. trade deficit with our friends in the PRC.




Blogger Jackie said...

Scotch ha! Now to business Scotty is gone used up out oh and their sending him to Fox! Next China showed Bush who's number 1 and 2 as Bush is number 3 visit. Iran is doing what they have to do to protect themselves from the terrorist (Bush). Oh the gas is $4.50 in Brooklyn. Bush will have problems with all of the middle east and other countries. As for the shake up at the WH well its only for show the inside friends of Bush are still running things. In short new faces same policy. As for Rove is just telling these guys what to do. Rove is scared of you know who. What are you doing drinking first did you eat first if not take a cab home. (alone)

8:16 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

E thank you I just saw the picture of Fitz nice.

Fitz don't cross your hands in front of you next time. Your styleing now loosen up some your in charge and looking good. Oh tell Pat Collins a solid color tie next time but he did look nice only the tie taking the spot light. You guys have to remember when your in front of the camera things look different then in normal light.

8:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We keep this up, and China plus Korea will own the whole country!

Won't have to worry about any wars at that point, well, anywhere...


I think its just about time for AIPAC to head to trial alongside the Enron, after reading this..


That's quite the espionage here! No wonder people are tired of this garbage

Well looks like Karl Rove is straddling the ethers right now...clearance has been pulled or has he changed his mind?


Hope he and Hadley have matching suits....the Grand Jury needs to finish them off so the big fish can at last be found guilty.

Cheney....guilty on all counts.

That day will certainly be interesting for sure.

8:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A state appeals court sided with former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay on Wednesday, upholding a lower court ruling that dismissed a felony conspiracy charge against him.

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"We've been right all along that Ronnie Earle charged a crime that didn't exist and there's 30 years of precedent that backs that up," DeGuerin said. "We want to get to trial and hope once we do, a jury will find Tom Delay didn't do anything illegal."

9:19 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles. said...

and the Alaskan oil pipeline, where that stuff goes? oh, yes, to Asia.

not to America.

we can be a self-sufficient country; this barter/trade stuff got in the hands of the corrupt and see the mess they have wrought.

well, tell everyone to get in line.

And speaking of lines, I'd like to SLAP Bartlett for saying this evening on the news about Bush and Co on their stance on the drumbeat up to war, that Iraq would be self sufficient, not causing the American Taxpayer to 'reconstruct' as Bush was not in to Nation Building.

Absolute BS. Then he turns right around with that smug smile, as well yes, Iraq is on their way to democracy.

ya, in about a millenium or two.

9:21 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Let's give a toast to Microsoft. Bill Gates is a smart businessman. And he does mostly a lot of his business in China. It was funny for the President of China to snub Bush and visit Microsoft and Howard Schultz's Starbucks in Seattle. That tells you that the President of China rather discuss business with certain people that he is comfortable with than the Gerbil. Yes, Thursday is the day for the Gerbil. But, I don't think he will get what he wants from the President of China. I am waiting for the President of India to plan a visit with the Gerbil and snub him for a visit with Michael Dell of Dell Computer in Texas since Mr. Dell is expanding his business in India!

9:41 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final note:

From Thinkprogress:

"Bush, Novak, Plame, and Wilson — in the same room. Outed former CIA operative Valerie Plame, along with husband Joseph Wilson, will be guests of ABC News at this year’s White House Correspondents Dinner, to be held April 29 at the Washington Hilton. “It is unlikely she will be seated next to [Robert] Novak, but perhaps [President] Bush may have a good view of her from the dais."

I wish that I can be the fly on the wall at that event. I hope the Gerbil will save me some rolls! Have a good evening! Signing off!

9:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We already outsourced everything else Biloxi, I mean, are you really surprised?


The lobbyists have sold us all up the river for free cash.

10:07 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Ah, Fitz!
I just saw your comment asking if you missed anything today? Were you at the happy hour at McFelon's going away party? Did you buy McFelon a scotch? Because he is going to need it! I'm still sheding a tear over the little buckaroo's departure. And don't even think about replacing McFelon with my title! Signing off for good! Get some rest, Fitz! It going to be a productive day tomorrow!

10:12 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I was about to leave the blog until I read your comment. Yup, they sold us out! Ain't that a bitch? For sure, Enron case is connected to the CIA Leak and 9/11. And it all has to do with MONEY AND PROFIT!!! The lobbyists and the Gerbil Administration would outsource their own mothers for stocks, inside trading, etc. And they would sell the gold tooth in their mothers' mouths for a buck! The Gerbil Administration has outsourced the entire United States! Ask me if I am really surprised?? I don't think so!

10:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Well, considering what is in the Gerbil Administration and considering that it is made up mostly of the ATC & AIPAC lobbyists......I guess I am not surprised.

Cheney has hired the worst staff anyone have ever seen, there were convicted spies all over this administration.

Cheney is not stupid, he is downright evil and greedy. And probably knew just how crazy it was going to get.

When he goes, this administration begins to fall down and not get back up again! --

11:00 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

You said it is going to be a productive day tomorrow. Let me guess...

11:16 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

American businesses are quite happy to do business with China since they pay their workers very little, the workers get one day off a month and basically must buy and live from the "company store".

That's why we have no problem with China...right now. Now if the workers were to demand a decent wage and the Chinese government were to back their demands...well I wonder if they might not be considered...dangerous geo-"politically speaking" meaning, any country that doesn't go along with multi-national corporate interests is a threat to the US....even though China owns us and there is no way the US economy can compete with China so the American worker suffers but...hey the CEOs are doing just fine, thank you. They always do, don't they?

It's not our interest, stupid! It's their interests, and the growth rate of them.

12:12 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

6 MI....democracy, like we're peddling it at the local food store, aisle 3! We cannot impose
DEMOCRACY on a country. The people of Iraq have to want it so
badly that they are willing to set
aside their differences to make a
country whole. This should be a lesson, but with the sabre rattling I'm hearing on Iran, the Bush Administration did not read history very well. What else is new?

It is not our job to democratize the world. If we have any obligation, assistance to obtain that goal should certainly be considered. I'm no isolationist but I'm sick to death of the Bush Crusaders.....if it isn't the Christian Wrong up to no good, it is the "we can democratize the world" gang.

Come on November 7th.

PS: Mr. Rove....my gut tells me you may be doing other tasks than
trying to get the Rs re-elected.

5:41 AM  
Blogger bluewild said...


Haven't you noticed that we want to democatize or get rid of evil dictators where it is in our best "business" interests?

Business first, then sell it to the American people that it is about "helping" the country we want to "democratize". Any country that doesn't want that right now, especially in the middle east(oil), is a terrorist stronghold and terrorist threat -

and because they ARE feeling threatened (why wouldn't they after the pre-emptive Iraq debacle?) they have indeed appear to be threatening us! And the Christian wrong as you so aptly put it, well they have their version of history and future they are trying to create.

They think the worse it can get, then Jesus will come and wave his magic wand and everything will be fine and rapturous. It is what i call the ultimate in spiritual laziness. No moral responsibility here to God's creation our to each other, just destroy it all and God'll fix it once it's beyond repair. Spiritual welfare.

9:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

China and Human Rights is an oxymoron.
Going to heckle Hu.

12:07 PM  
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12:39 AM  

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