Apr 2, 2006

Wind Her Up...


and watch her SPIN.

"First of all, I meant it figuratively, not literally. Let me be very clear about that. I wasn't sitting around counting. The point I was making to the questioner...is that, of course, if you've ever made decisions, you've undoubtedly made mistakes." - C.R.

123 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Indeed, thousands of them. And yet they still want to call themselves Americans...

2:50 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Or claim they can "protect" us better than the dems. Thousands of mistakes?
Maybe approaching a million.

3:32 PM  
Anonymous e said...

She's standing on the caskets of the worst mistake they ever made...while serving men who felt above the service of their country..
while squandering that which is not theirs to give..
the cicle of life will not be kind to them..each wears the albertross of the other around their necks.. treaking through each orhers foot steps singing the praises of each other that now even falls on the deaf ears of GOD.
for they have no shame only egos as big as mountains

3:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll be up for a while, lets get them indictments out there and clean out the trash.

By the way does this mean she Conda-lied to everybody?

You don't say!!!!! Not that beautiful princess from the Soviet Union of Georgia, Condi Rice!

http://www.gao.gov/highlights/d05956high.pdf

:-D

Time's a coming, tin man is going to fall down along with all his Diebold machines!

---The ORION---

3:45 PM  
Anonymous Dr. Douglas Jones said...

Someone tampered with the 2004 elections to default it to their chosen candidate across multiple races:

http://www.bbvforums.org/forums/messages/1954/19421.html?1141918235

Shall we find out who?

4:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Condi is certainly full of it. Now he says that she meant figuratively and not literally? Folks, that like that a woman saying that she is a little bit pregnant! You either pregnant or not pregnant! In Condi's case, you either made a mistake or you didn't make a mistake. And it doesn't matter the amount of the mistake! A mistake is a mistake! This country cannot afford to hear such bullshit remarks like that! There are too many soldiers that are dying over there in Iraq and Afganistan. And it is very disgraceful to hear such blunder from Condi's mouth. Families and love ones of the soldiers are depending on Condi, Thr Gerbil, and WH to tell them the status about Iraq. Certainly, this is very disturbing to the soldier's families and love ones. This is showing everyone of an incompentant "Girl Friday" Secretary of State who has no clue of what it is like for a soldier yet she cannot admit her errors. Not the Gerbil's errors but hers! Her verbiage sounds like a "mimi me" of the Gerbil.Yes, Anon, Condi-lied to everybody! If she had the chance, she would erase her past from being the poor kid from Alabama to being the elite person from the Bush family. If Hadley/Badly erased his past so can Condi!

5:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tom Delay to be indicted again.

http://www.dailykos.com/storyonly/2006/4/1/233318/3669

That guy is so corrupt he can explain it all to the judge, and then comes Bob Ney and the other party goers!!!!!

5:21 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yup, DeLay is hosed.. With his buddies asking for plea bargain and bailing out on DeLay, it is every man for himself! Can't wait to see DeLay in the orange jumpsuit soon!

5:24 PM  
Anonymous Senator Conrad Burns said...

Just wait until they bail out on me!

Hoo boy, and I bet Steny Hoyer is going to enjoy his fall from grace too. I'm taking him down with me!

'-D

5:29 PM  
Anonymous Ken Mehlman said...

The question is, is this supposed to make us look good?

Does this make the GOP look good that this lady, got up on national television and said we made thousands of mistakes?!?

She needs to shut her big fat mouth, or my party will lose all its credibility!

Oh wait, it already did. We have no credibility when we say the wiretapping is to keep people safe during the war, and admit out the other end that we made thousands of mistakes.

We look weak, stupid, narcicisstic and like sophmores. And that's because we are!

We all got taken for a ride, I am Ken Mehlman and I approve this message. Arrest everybody.

5:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Perfect timing for you to Indict Karl Rove!!!!


http://www.insightmag.com/Media/MediaManager/Rove3.htm

"If we can't deliver the pork, then we're out of business."

That's right, get Rove out of there!!!! The whole GOP party is in implosion, nail Rove and Steven Badly, lets clean this crap out of washington!!!!

This message approved and stamped by the National Security Agency, who spies on all national and international communications

5:47 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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5:59 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Rove just gotten too powerful in the WH. As Abe Lincoln says: "To test a man's character, give him power." The power of Rove simply went to head that Rove actually believe that he is above all human beings. I know that Fitz will take him down a peg or two. Porkrind Rove needs to go along with the Gerbil!

In other news:

1. Not much welcome love for Condi overseas:

Rice Finds British Muslims Want to Give Her an Earful
By Joel Brinkley
The New York Times

Blackburn, England - Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice faced more protests and public embarrassment here on Saturday that have turned a trip meant to be a friendly follow-up to an American trip by Foreign Secretary Jack Straw into a two-day run through a raucous, mishap-ridden gantlet

http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/040206B.shtml

Condi, and you wanted the Secretary of State position. You should have stuck with filing your nails as Girl Friday!

2. My favorite! Another politician caught lying about college degree:

Schmidt's degrees questioned
Staff says she has hours, if not parchment
BY MALIA RULON | ENQUIRER WASHINGTON BUREAU
WASHINGTON –“ A second elections complaint against Rep. Jean Schmidt was filed Friday, this time over allegations that she misrepresented her educational background."

From previous campaign Web sites and in official Ohio House literature , Schmidt said that " she earned two bachelor's degrees from the University of Cincinnati, one in political science in 1974 and one in "social studies-secondary education" in 1986.
But UC Registrar Douglas Burgess said the only degree on file for Schmidt is a bachelor of arts in political science.”

http://news.enquirer.com/apps/pbcs.dll/article?AID=2006604010404

Does anyone really do background checks anymore for jobs? That hen Schmidt certainly will get plucked!

6:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

With all her spinning, Condi must be one dizzy bitch.

6:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, did you know KEN MEHLMAN IS GAY!!!

6:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The never a girlfriend was a tip off...that and he is in too fine of shape for a 40 year old guy.

(I say that as a 42 yr old )

7:06 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

George Bush is the MAN, Cheney is a MAN among men. It feels great to be Conservative and Right.

7:17 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Delay will be just fine. He is a man among men too.

7:18 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Harry Reid is the one that should be sweating bullets.

7:19 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

What say you Fritz?

7:20 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Fritz, how do you explain this blog to your coworkers at the DOJ?

7:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

dr. evil,

How about Dr Desperate? Treasonists are like that..

I am taken aback at the right wing gay men surrounding Bush. The brown shirts were gay too...

Hey, we aren't the ones who want to beat you up. Your kind doesn't work and play well with others...

8:35 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Dr D sure all those MEN as well as you will soon be enlisting to defend us in Iraq..thanking you in advance for your efforts on America's behalf....

8:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PS- Your brand of RW plays by the rules we all agreed to 200 hundred years ago.

8:38 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Sorry fellows, but I'm a little old for the service now. I did my time in Vietnam. You youngin's may not remember that Democratic war. What I do now is try to support the brave men and women that are doing the needed work for us. You should give that a try yourself.

8:39 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I can understand why anyone that has been to war would be against it. I'm against it too, but sometime it comes to you and the brave answer the call and the unwilling post their BS on a blog.

8:44 PM  
Anonymous e said...

No BS here caregiver to one brave VET

9:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

3 abused by priests file suits claiming illegal GOP meeting

9:21 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Are we having fun or what?

9:26 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Where's Fritz?

9:29 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I came here wanting to go one on one with Fritz, where's Fritz?

9:30 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

It amazes me that a DOJ Special Prosecutor would have a blog like this. Go figure!

9:32 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Sorry, gotta run now. You guys are a barrel of laughs. Thanks for the memories. Don't take any wooden nickles.

9:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No time for you lad, he is making GOP stew seasoned with a few DEMS for flavor-no favorites played here.

Liberty and justice for all their victims is a big job.

9:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

it comes to you and the brave answer the call and the unwilling post their BS on a blog.

What the hell was that shit supposed to mean?!??

Can you translate that back from chinese fat man?

By the way, his name is Fitzgerald not Frits!!!! What the hell is wrong with your head?

And oh, take your gay loving GOP mobmen over to Iraq where they belong and shut your horn already.

We don't want to hear any of it, we just want to make sure you're all in jail along with the corrupt demorats.

-The First and The Foremost

11:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Holy shit boys and girls, its the party of moral values!!!!!

http://www.waynemadsenreport.com/statebystate.htm

Indicted

Convicted

Indicted

Convicted

It just goes on and on and on.....proving the republicans are the official jailbird house party!!!

Too bad the democrats have troubles too, but they'll never sink to this level of scum that's for damn sure cause us independents are going to replace the whole thing!!!!!

:-D

Bring Rover on home boys! Daddy's got a new indictment

12:46 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Interesting comments Hi Grandmanuk ya we're protecting the little angel. Well Connie has only shown that she isn't qualified for the job. Blaming the soldiers for thousands of mistakes yet it was the Administration who made the choices. I wonder what the troops and the families think of that statement. When will the maddness end. Fitz it's time to get back to work oh don't forget to watch the game Monday night I'll tell you who I picked after the game. (smile)

1:22 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Senator Harry Reid and the Democrats work feverishly on a “Terrorist Bill of Rights”. SP Fritz is preparing charges of murder against Harry Reid after Mr. Reid admitted to “killing the Patriot Act”.

6:20 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

WASHINGTON (CNN) -- As U.S. Rep. Cynthia McKinney, D-Georgia, faces possible criminal charges for a Wednesday altercation with a Capitol Police officer, one of her lawyers said Friday that the real issues were "sex, race and Ms. McKinney's progressiveness."

(Ms. McKinney was heard saying, don't touch me "Sucker", I is a US Congress Woman and if you hadn't noticed I'm Democrat and Black.)

6:26 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid wrote at least four letters helpful to Indian tribes represented by Jack Abramoff, and the senator's staff regularly had contact with the disgraced lobbyist's team about legislation affecting other clients.

6:49 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Besides Senator Feingold, only two Democratic senators - ranking member Patrick Leahy of Vermont and fellow Wisconsinite Herb Kohl - showed up at Friday's hearing to examine the case for censure. Just two Democrats, Sens. Barbara Boxer of California and Tom Harkin of Iowa, have signed on as cosponsors.

For Republicans, the censure resolution is a welcome change of subject from the port-security flap that has roiled GOP ranks on Capitol Hill. GOP leaders urged a quick vote that they are sure to win - just as they did in November with another controversial Democratic step: Rep. John Murtha's call for immediate redeployment of US forces from Iraq. The censure motion, says Senate majority leader Bill Frist, is a sign that Democrats are weak on national security and would try to impeach Bush, if they were to gain control of Congress in midterm elections.

6:55 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

WASHINGTON - Democrats distanced themselves Monday from Wisconsin Sen. Russell Feingold's effort to censure President Bush over domestic spying...


...Asked at a news conference whether he would vote for the censure resolution, Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid of Nevada declined to endorse it and said he hadn't read it.

Sen. Joe Lieberman, D-Conn., said he had not read it either and wasn't inclined simply to scold the president.

"I'd prefer to see us solve the problem," Lieberman told reporters.

Across the Capitol, reaction was similar. Feingold's resolution drew empathy but no outright support from Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi.

6:58 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

When Senator Russ Feingold (D-WI) proposed a resolution censuring President George Bush, two things occurred: he received an enormous amount of press coverage in his quest for garnering the nomination of his party for President in 2008; and he just may have united the GOP to defend the Commander-in-Chief in a time of war.

7:02 AM  
Anonymous e said...

http://www.waynemadsenreport.com/

7:04 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

(AP) MADISON Minnesota Sen. Mark Dayton on Thursday strongly criticized fellow Democrat Russ Feingold's resolution to censure President Bush over a warrantless surveillance program.
"It's an overreaching step by someone who is grandstanding and running for president at the expense of his own party and his own country," Dayton said of Feingold, a Wisconsin senator and potential 2008 presidential candidate.
"I think it's a very dangerous territory for the democracy that we have in this country to be playing around with those kinds of resolutions, without any consultations from his colleagues. I think it was irresponsible."

7:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So Dr. Desperate, It is A-OK with you if Dubya spies on Americans.

You must be a Log Cabin NeoRepublican-otherwise you wouldn't hate this country like you do.

You would rather see it destroyed than admit you support a Commander-in-Thief.

I pity you. I know your kind.

7:17 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Read the words of a real liar and sissy man Draft Dodger ( Bill Clinton) at this site.


http://www.pbs.org/wgbh/pages/frontline/shows/clinton/etc/draftletter.html

7:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PS- There was no formal declaration of war-so much for your "war time" argument.

I have no love for dems either-they are in collusion to destroy American freedoms, just like you.

At least Russ has the decency to point this out.

Are you all log cabin republicans? That's all I'm seeing around your Dubya...once again, why are you on the side that wants you to die?

7:19 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous, do you have issues with your manhood. You seem to be hung up on the gay thing and penis size. Do you sit around all day thinking about gay people?

7:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

PS- Cheney had FIVE deferments-Bush is a military deserter. But they both "supported that war" COWARDS-you support draft dodging cowards.

And you? DOD policy forbids your enlistment...

My kid just got back from Iraq-he wants to kick your log cabin butt for sending him and his buddies to go die for a bunch of old cronies lies. It was a real waste of his time-they hate Americans.

But people like you will do anything for money, won't you? ANYTHING...

7:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm not a man-and I am tired of hypocrites like you.

7:24 AM  
Anonymous e said...

Dr D. the great thing about this country is that we can all have a diffence of opinion..but it's important to look at the present situation..this WH evokes Clinton far too much they have been responsible for quite some time...and while you throwing around draft dodger..look at those you support..your opinions are welcome to my mind its just that I
will think for myself as you do..:)

7:26 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Thank your son for his Service for me. Are you sure that young man came from your loins or was he a product of the milkman? Your son wasn't drafted & he has a right to disagree with policy but I really doubt he hates Americans. No one likes one, especially anyone who has been there. I talk to soldiers all the time, I have friends who have sons in the military and the majority do not feel the same way you and your son do.

7:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Q: Scott, a few days ago, conservative columnist Paul Craig Roberts had a column where he compared the administration's use of September 11th with Hitler and the Reichstag fire as a blanket cover for extraordinary measures. Now, this is coming from a conservative columnist; this is not Nancy Pelosi. Doesn't this concern you that these kind of reactions have come up especially with all the revelations about the NSA and spying?

Mr. McClellan: I haven't seen his column. I haven't seen his column. But what - your characterization, I would reject wholeheartedly.

Yes Puffy, we are certain you would "reject" this-as it will eventually put your sorry butt in prison.

7:29 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

E, finally someone with a sense of reason. I'm glad to see you admit thinking people can come to different conclusions about any situation. The Left want to classify Bush as a Draft Dodger. Well, National Guard service is honorable service. Strap yourself into the cockpit of a jet fighter and tell me it doesn't take some nerve. I have two brothers. My oldest was in the Army but never left the states, I went to Vietnam, my other brother didn't serve at all and we are all Americans and have a right to support or oppose the President. What gets me is when those that oppose Bush do everything to hinder his duties to protect this country. The cries of the Left when they compare him to Hitler and want to put him in jail is just a little extreme and over the line especially in a time of war.

7:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

President George W. Bush landed in a Navy S-3B jet on the deck of the aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln, off the California coast, on May 1, 2003. In what may go down in history as the most expensive pre-election campaign stunt by a sitting American President, Bush delivered the words that now haunt his Presidency: "Mission accomplished."

World's most openly treasonous president-so are those who support him...I disagree that support is a matter of opinion e, at this point in time-it is a matter of law-and they broke many...

7:35 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

The rantings of folks like Anonymous don't sway many people. When I read his slurs and insults toward me I know I have the upper hand. Were I'm cool, calm and collected he comes off as a bitter, over the edge Leftist who is bitter and his only hope is the worst that can happen to this country. He is hoping for the impeachment of our President and that we lose in Iraq. We are at War in Iraq and defeat is not an option. I tend to support the troops and the mission. Calling for the impeachment of the Commander and Chief does nothing to advance the possibility of a victory.

7:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Once again, there was NEVER a "Declaration of WAR" Therefore, it is not a "time of war".

All you have to do is look at the facts, dr.desperate. They stand on there own.

Good place to start:

http://www.whatreallyhappened.com

Educate yourself-I'm telling you-leave opinion out and simply follow the facts. I didn't despise Dubya's gang until I checked the facts and saw the laws they broke.

FISA was carefully crafted to not upstand the Constitution. Dubya didn't bother with it-emergency surveillence allows up to 2 WEEKS to get a warrant retroactively-but your boys didn't bother-because they believe they are above the law.

Explain the forged Niger documents they used as their basis for war-oh that's right-you can't. Your own boys put them together and now they will pay.

People who create a war based on BS, just so they can make a buck (look at Carlyle group-look at Halliburton) are called TREASONISTS.
Look it up...

Or just hang around and wait for the indictments to come down-because they are coming.

7:42 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous, ask your son about a Mission and a Campaign or the War itself. Most people that bring up the landing on the Aircraft Carrier tend to forget what Bush said in his speech. He didn't say we had won the War. He said there was much hard work to be done. He did tell the Sailors aboard that Ship that they had "Accomplished" their mission and was there to thank them personally. The facts of that day have been twisted by the desire of the folks that would like to see Bush in Prison. I hate to burst your bubble, but Impeachment will never "fly".

7:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This week, Harris e-mailed supporters saying that the media have "relentlessly and personally attacked" her for months.

Here's one for dr des-
(Katherine Harris)She said it was critical that supporters contribute to her campaign so she could unseat Nelson.

Now, however, staffers may be as big a concern as money.

"Right now, I don't think anybody with any credibility would touch her," Johnson said.

"I'm not sure what she can do.

PS- CREDIBILITY-That's something your Dubya will never have.

7:47 AM  
Anonymous e said...

Dr. D. in Viet Nam after battes the Cong always took thier dead soldiers with them ,,but that is not the case in the present situation ..thus there will be all new PTSD issues infutue..depleted Uranium just does not go away and the soldiers in Iraq are now breatheing in that stuff as well as the Iraqi people..these are the issues that should be at hand and on our minds..Poor planning is responsible, plus not correcting the mistakes, and not allowing a difference of opinion..have created
this unstable situation in Iraq....Personal attacks on those who diagree..will not solve this problem...

7:48 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous, you need to get with Harry Reid to help him craft the wording for the "Terrorist Bill of Rights". You may want to check but authors of the FISA act say that Bush did not break the law. Bush will not be impeached for doing his duty of protecting this country. You are dreaming. The Democrats have been working feverishly to give their stamp of approval for exactly what Bush already has the right to do.

7:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm not worried about impeachment-an indictment is far more appropriate.

My son is guard-and has recieved more awards than Dubya ever though about-putting him in a position to say anything he wants to about the war. Unlike you and Dubya, he was there.

He said if America had actually gone in to "liberate and reconstruct" Iraq, it would have been done.
It is clear we are there to destroy Iraq (most is already rubble from bombings-ours) and make sure the pipeline runs through Iraq, Afghanistan and next Iran. Ask any soldier willing to tell the truth-and there are plenty.

Your boys don't fool mine.

7:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You may want to check with the FISA judge who resigned.

7:54 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

"E", where did you come from? You actually are the only one that seems to have an argument and you didn't call me gay one time. I agree that War is hell, witnessing death and destruction leaves a lasting impression on a young soldier. I still have dreams to this day. I guess we were lucky that most all the victims of 9/11 were burnt up in the blaze. They don't like to show the images of the ones jumping from the windows to their death on TV. If I had my way we would show it everyday on the 6 o'clock news. Too many folks have forgotten what happened that day.

7:56 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

There are more saying that Bush was within his power to do what he did than those that say he isn't. As far as the War itself, he got the authority from Congress to take the action against Iraq that he took. Even John Kerry voted for it, before he voted against it. There are going to be soldiers that are against the War. Some can handle it and some can't. It isn't easy to go to War. No one today goes into the military except by volunteering.

8:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As for losing Iraq-we have had entire battalions run out of ammo. Soldiers in outpost areas run out of food and water.
Equipment is broken-no spare parts to be had-I won't go into the armor situation.

Overrun is the biggest danger our troops face-dr devil prefers a strategy of "shooting our way out" or mass slaughter of US Troops.

I'm telling you the harsh facts and they aren't pretty. This is what they people you defend have done to our miltary. And you want another war? Only if you go first. We don't have the stuff to do it. I take it you are OK with all of this.

Are you aware that the majority of states have only had 12-17% of their Guard left to protect them? Some have had to sue to keep them home-so the whole damn state doesn't go unprotected with the unguarded ports and uninspected cargo on planes. Use your brain and stop defending your party line.

8:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Zogby poll said 75% of the soldiers want this war wrapped up within a year.

My friend has a son over there now-active duty-he said anyone who still supports Bush has enough sense at this point to keep their mouth shut-or face the consequences...

8:06 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

We must get our news from different sources. War is not like going on your Senior trip. I'm sure some of the things mentioned did happen or may be happening. Pulling out is not an option and no one is going to jail for protecting this country. I only had one family member, a Marine nephew, that has been to Iraq. I have two daughters in their 30's that won't be going in the Service. I do have friends I served with that have son's in the Service and none of them whine like Anonymous does. He has ever right to whine, but he doesn't help the war effort nor does he help his cause by taking such a radical stance.

8:14 AM  
Anonymous e said...

We are all one in pain the world over and it is just simple fact that leaders must be responsible for their deeds no matter what country...I leave the legal matter of this to those that are truely Americans like Fitz..who does his job without fear or favor..

those who have done the deeds must pay the price..We as Americans must realize that no matter what party we are affliated with we must look at the whole picture
and face the hard job of accepting the truth about leaders who are in love with power and money..
Can't you see thats what Fitz is all about...
He gave me hope in the fact that I get to post here as an American that loves Truth Justice and the American way..and I will not accect any less from any leader..
so if they have committed crimes against US the American People they are supposed to serve then they have to go...in order that we the American People and America shall not perish from this earth...

8:18 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous, by the way War was never declared in Korea or Bosnia either but we sent troops there. We weren't at War when the attack on the Cole took place, when they flew planes into buildings on 9/11, when our Marine barracks were bombed, the first Trade Center bombing or many other such incidents where American military and civilian personel have been killed. We have been at war for a very long time, it is just now that we have a President that has stepped forward and is doing something about it. We were at war, but we were the only ones taking casualties.

8:20 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

"E", do you actually believe that Fitzgerald runs this blog?

8:22 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

"E" if you think this is really a blog run by Patrick Fitzgerald you should check with the DOJ. I think they might tell you differently.

8:24 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

What say you Anonymous? Is this site the work of Patrick Fitzgerald?

8:27 AM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

Dr.Evil stop making excuse for the war mongers, there’ve been smarter people wrecking their brain over the subject:

It is forbidden to kill; therefore all murderers are punished unless they kill in large numbers and to the sound of trumpets.
Voltaire

It just makes me sick if people abuse Democracy as an excuse to invade other countries. The earlier we understand that Democracy is an internal achievement rather than external adjustment, it will deprive the war mongers of their, so far most effective excuse.

The public of Nations who consider themselves inferior Societies have to understand that Democracy is a process that has to be archived from within. That the wish for freedom must ripe and be truly wanted from a majority and cannot be upheld with force by a few as it is than declining to a dictatorship under false pretence of good intention.

And that is all there is to be said about the US invading Iraq! One can’t bring democracy and drop it like a care parcel on someone’s head…

And who cares if this really is PJFs blog? We come here to keep up on news and have fun and sometimes argue with evils ;-)

8:33 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Waterflake, it is very simple:

1. Sadaam invades Kuwait

2. Coalition drive the Iraq Army out of Kuwait.

3. Sadaam signs cease fire agreement.

4. Sadaam immediately breaks the cease fire agreement.

5. Mulitple UN Resolutions to make Sadaam comply

6. UN Resolution 1441 gives authority for hostilities to resume.

7. When you break the agreements of a cease fire, the the firing can resume.

8:42 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Waterflake, I'm just trying to establish credibility here. Anyone thinking this site is the work of Patrick Fitzgerald has to have their gullibility and judgement questioned.

8:45 AM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

How'bout minding your own business and in any case where were your righteousness when

Israel invaded Palestinia
and when
Turkey invaded Cyprus

and so on and so on...
what is this

SELECTIVE SENSE OF JUSTICE????

8:47 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Dr.E.,

Consider it a stroke of good luck to have found somewhere to vent your possible frustration and humor but the Clinton draft dodging and Reid lines are getting repetitive. Cheney's remark about having better things to do than Vietnam puts him the same boat as Clinton and I think you know that.

What are your thoughts on the record deficit? How did this happen? Who did it? Why was it done? How can it be resolved?

8:48 AM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

Test Test ;-)

no need to hijack the blog, right?

8:51 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Waterflake, it is obvious you must like to hear yourself bloviate without any dissenting views.

You should always slect your battles carefully and fight the ones in your best interest.

I feel it is no coincidence that we haven't had an attack on our soil since 9/11,

8:52 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I think Bush is spending like a Democrat. Both parties are guilty of the debt. It's called Pork and both parties share equal blame.

My beefs with Bush are his lack of control over our borders and the way he spends money.

I'm with him 100% on the War on Terror.

How can you Hi-Jack a blog?

8:56 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

...and who are the beneficiaries of this deficit? Where has this record surplus gained under Clinton gone to? Is it mostly still in U.S.?

Do please tell.

8:57 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Besides I was invited here. The info about this blog was brought to my attention by a frequent poster here. When I found out it was a Fake Fitzgerad site I had to check it out and see how many people really fell for the ruse.

8:59 AM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

Dr Evil

sorry bloviate doesn't exist in my dictonary so I'll go for a coffee and ask some more clever people to educate me...see you later

By the way other countries didn't suffer any terrorist attacks and do not take such extreme messures such as spying without warrants or invading other countries

9:00 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Well that's good to hear then as I find very few on the Right that agree with the Bush economic policy anymore. Aside from the direct beneficiaries of the pork.

That's my main beef with them too, this country is essentially screwed economically wise.

9:02 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

The National Debt went up under Clinton too and the surplus was all smoke and mirrors. The actual input to the coffers of the government has gone up with Bush and his tax cuts, but the out of control spending is giving us the deficit.

9:05 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Gotta run, I'll check back later. Where's Fritz?

9:08 AM  
Anonymous e said...

It's FITZ..Dr E :)

9:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If this is not the blog of Patrick Fitzgerald Special Prosecuter, it would have been shut down a long time ago.

9:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here ya go...so much for Dubya's "War powers"

Supreme Court Rejects War Powers Case

Maybe next time he'll stay within the bounds of the law and actually charge them with something besides a "thought crime". Nobody likes terrorists, but the law is the law.
DD said:
UN Resolution 1441 gives authority for hostilities to resume.

NO, it doesn't not. Read it again.

9:58 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

dr e....this blog is not for you. You belong on one of the other blogs. You are not welcome here. In the future, guys, let him rant and don't answer one damn thing he says. Those of us here dont' care if it's really PJF, but we do care about the country and what has become of it under this mindless moron's "reign".

9:59 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Annonymous. If you think this is Fritz's blog your judgement needs to be questioned. Contact the DOJ and see what they have to say.

10:13 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

grnadmanuk, unlike you I seem to migrate to sites that are filled with folks that don't agree with me. Looks like this was just one big Bush Bashing Circle Jerk here until I checked in.

10:15 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Okay then the surplus and of course the tax cuts/corporate giveaways were all smoke and mirrors.

I think there are some ex-Treasury Dept. heads, Dept. high ups and ex-Economic advisors to the WH that would find issue with that.

LOL.

10:15 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

A fine "conservative - moral decency" remark made to a woman. Sheesh!

10:17 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Sorry, somehow I didn't see the relationship between the cjt moniker and the female gender.

10:21 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

CJT, but you do make a good point. A lot of what goes on in Washington DC is all smoke and mirrors. The war on Terror not being one of them.

10:22 AM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

Dr. Evil, if this was the Free Republic or any other right leaning web sites you would have been banned after your first comment. No comments have ever been deleted on this blog since I believe in freedom of speech, and of course respect all points of view - just refrain from personal attacks and be cognizant that there are many regulars posters on here who are mothers with children serving in Iraq and Afghanistan, and if you are a man to be taken at his word, and a veteran, please show them the respect they deserve and I am sure you will be shown the same.

10:23 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Patrick, maybe you should check out what Mr. Anonymous has been calling me with his slurs. I am fully capable of debating in a civil manner. Why aren't you out putting the bad guys in jail by the way? Is it "Fritzmas" yet. If you really are Fritz you sure don't show much professionalism with this blog.

The name calling started with the "regulars" that post here.

10:27 AM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

Lead by example. :)

10:28 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Sounds cool to me Fritz, but I'm not sure what I said that was so offensive.

10:31 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

"In a time of war,"

Yeah right sherlock, what war? The only thing anybody sees is a fake ass war on Israel's total behalf that has nothing to do with terrorism and has everything to do with....

A bunch of illegal arms deals going on in Iran, Iraq and so on that less than 30% of america has any faith in anymore!!!!!

That's the only thing anyone sees sherlock, what fucking war?

How did we get imbeciles this stupid? Hey genius, George and whomever are liberals. They are neoliberals and there isn't a damn bone in their body that's conservative!

You can go tell that to my died in the wool uncle, who chews everyone for breakfast including liberals. George ain't been no conservative for years.

Oh and do me a favor, go join your buddy Michael Savage in jail with them neocons.
__Chellico-Dyed in the whool terminator__

10:33 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Dr Evil, you are one sexually frustrated troll and I am sorry for you, I really am.
I guess you don't need a hand getting off...

7:29 PM

(The word Hypocrite comes to mind)

10:37 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Hey Patrick, are you really the Patrick J. Fitzgerald that works for the DOJ or are you the Patrick J. Fitzgerald that runs this blog. How come no link to this site from your web page at the DOJ?

10:42 AM  
Blogger teak said...

It would be interesting to know about Dr. Evil's 'living hell' of 8 years and what he/she thinks of VP Cheney's service?

I have never seen anything here but a group of people that want justice served and the corruption of ALL branches to cease. I don't feel any of the regular posters here are 'doom and gloom' but they are bright, witty, informative, and most of all....they bring hope to those that are honest...and tired of corruption, lies, manipulation and the rape of our children's future.

Dr. Evil's contentious use of the name "Fritz" might be a key to his own 'doom and gloom' agenda.

What exactly are we suppose to winning in Iraq anyway with the 'thousands of mistakes'?

Finally, does Dr. Evil get upset with President Bush's supposedly new job of blogging?

11:05 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Dr. E.,

It was your crass reply concern ing mutual masturbation to Grandmanuk I referenced. I can only assume she is a woman unless we have all been fooled by the this page! :-)

11:07 AM  
Anonymous e said...

http://www.legitgov.org/index.
html#breaking_news

11:08 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I have more respect for Cheney than Clinton who lied his way out of service. Cheney is a man of integrity.

Since I've started posting here I've been accused of being fat, gay, unAmerican and numerous other slurs. That is a sure way to win the hearts of minds of your opponent.

cjt, I didn't mean to offend anyone with what you refer to. I thought since anonymous had already used the "F" word and accused me of playing with myself that light off colored humor was permissable. I stand corrected.

11:19 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I thought grandmanuk was Grand Man from the UK. My mistake. Sorry grandma Nuk. I'm a grandpa myself. Didn't mean any disrespect.

11:21 AM  
Anonymous e said...

When you see many catastrophically
disabled Vets, it matters not their political preference and the people who started this difference have never known battle for they would know they are all brothers at the front line of any conflict..
At this blog you share the minds of those around the world who wish the simple best for us all

11:35 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I've suffered loss from Wars, both family and friends. I'm no war monger and I detest the idea of having to go to war. That said, I support this effort and I support our troops. It saddens me everytime another soldier is killed or injured. Liberals don't have a monopoly on compassion for our Men in Uniform.

11:40 AM  
Blogger Achtland said...

I think the artwork here says it all ! What are our men dying for ?

11:43 AM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

oil and profit maybe? (as for the profit of course for some few and most definately not for those who are over there fighting for it)

11:49 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Dr. Evil, you are in the minority I guess, with your fondness for Dick.

Blind trust in Cheney is something our nation cannot afford.

12:02 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

I'm use to being in the minority because I seek out debate with people that don't agree with me. I find preaching to the choir to be no fun at all. Actually I'm in the majority. Bush/Cheney in the Whitehouse, Senate has a Republican majority, House of Representatives has a Republican majority. Thank you Bill Clinton for the majority we enjoy today.

12:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dr. Evil

You are completely inept. This is the real Patrick Fitzgerald's blog and his staff post here frequently, okay??

Did you know I have spoken to people at the DOJ before? I had it confirmed to me myself. Nobody would ever confirm anything to a pathetic troll like you.

Did you notice how the democrats are doing all the heavy lifting now and the republicans are all nothing but corrupt?

http://waynemadsenreport.com/

Their whole "majority" will vanish into thin air, along with the corrupt democrats with them.

2:21 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Well, I stand by my claims that this is a phony site, a "flog" in Geeks terms. If by the remote change I'm wrong, all I can say is Mr. Fitzgerald is very unprofessional to conduct himself in such a manner. From the post on this site and the ones credited to him he sounds like a man on a witch hunt. I would expect more from a man that has a duty to prosecute wrong doers. I'll be contacting the DOJ myself to get the yea or nay about this site. I'm not taking the word of a man/woman that calls himself/herself anonymous.

2:51 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Where's Fritz?

2:52 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

If this is Fritz's site then I also say he is an egomaniac.

2:54 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

For all I know this anonymous person is the one that is responsible for this ruse.

2:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fritz isn't here numbnuts, because he doesn't exist.

Fitzgerald sometimes comes here but he does not post topics all the time, that is his staff.

And they are free to do whatever they want, in fact some of them like to watch james bond movies. Whatcha gonna do about it?

They're in charge, not you small fry.

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree with grandmanuk. Please don't lower yourself to respond to Dr. E who wants nothing but to argue. If you want to maintain the high standard of this blog that has been informative and inspiring, please ignore his comments.
D

10:40 PM  

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