May 21, 2006

Conspiracy Theorists & Wing Nuts...

not feeling the love.
If Attorney General Gonzalez finds out about my blog I will be dooced!
"Seixon, we are drafting a letter to the DoJ's Office of Professional Responsibility noting Fitz' violation of ethical standards ans seeking an investigation. When it's done we will circulate it and ask people to sign and send it in. Please pop into JOM. If you have any contribution to make to the draft, it would be appreciated." Posted by: clarice at May 20, 2006 08:21 PM
Dear Clarice,
You and Sexion have shown me the tragic error of my ways by blogging AND prosecuting! Hopefully, if I promise to delete this blog and stop being Jason's "sock puppet", you might reconsider sending that letter to OPR!
In fact, I am extending an olive branch of friendship by posting excerpts from your latest articles in the "American Thinker" so that everyone can see you are a reasonable, brilliant and well respected member of the legal community whose opinions matter - even though some people can't take a good joke, like your articles, and say that they are only suitable for lining litter boxes, bird cages, chips and blue crabs.

Most respectfully,
PJF
May 20th, 2006
"I’ve argued that the Special Counsel has criminalized a political dispute and increasingly seems to be using his position, not to advance his case, but to smear the defendant and the Administration.
Either that, or he seems to have a very spotty knowledge of the facts in the case he is pursuing. Last night in response to Fitzgerald’s representations about the news articles he intended to place in evidence, Libby filed court papers that underscored this shocking lack of command of the facts of the case." [more]
May 14th, 2006
"While the media focuses on handwritten notations by the Vice President on a newspaper article, there is much more to be gleaned from late Friday’s court filings in the Libby case. The spin says that damaging new evidence has surfaced. But the filings by Fitzgerald reveal how rapidly his case is sinking.
Discovery in legal cases is rather like playing the old game “Battleship” where you can surmise from your opponent’s responses to your blind probes where he is hiding his fleet. So you can sink it. Scooter Libby’s legal team is playing the game masterfully and as the latest filings late Friday show, Fitzgerald’s fleet is taking on a lot of water." [more]

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51 Comments:

Anonymous James Carville said...

Yes, I smell a stinking Blog War.

Careful Fitz, they appear to be moonbats drinking hi-test kool-aid and might Swift Boat you in '08.

1:32 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Wow Fitz things are really heating up. I read Gonzo's statement I commented on it on the post after this one. I guess it's hard now that its so far in the case. I don't think Gonzo knows much about Constitutional law by his actions. These guys are falling apart faster then anyone would think. You were so right about how dirty this would get, but I guess these guys are fighting for their lives so to speak so they'd do anything. But their making more mistakes and falling dipper in that criminal hole. Oh how the mighty have fallen. To bad Gonzo can't be proud of his family and stand up for them, I guess he's ashame to be what he is and he can't change that.

1:37 PM  
Anonymous lambchops said...

Clarice. This blog is not a sock puppet, but I am. It's a tar baby and you are close to hugging it. Don't!

1:40 PM  
Anonymous hose monster said...

Hey, maybe this bitch just needs the hose!
Everybody needs the hose sometimes...

1:43 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Hey Clarice,

Here's a suggestion, maybe you need to spend some time in the tank aka cell?

Prosecutors can do whatever they wish, and on top of that the STAFF who runs this blog live in Washington D.C.....

They have no connection to Jason Leopold, it just so happens they talk regularly....Fitzgerald is not out of the boundaries anywhere.

You are, for publically defaming officers and playing the Gonzales dirty tricks game

Shall we give them the old heave-ho?

Seems like the Judy Millers have multiplied, oh my! :-O

By the way neocons, your time is finished...no amount of complaints about our free speech will make a bit of difference...we own the whole OPR, in fact my brother regularly talks to Marshall Jarrett and tells him to prosecute.

Touche.....

1:50 PM  
Anonymous Hannibal Lecter said...

You know what you look like to me, with your good bag and your cheap shoes? You look like a rube. A well scrubbed, hustling rube with a little taste. Good nutrition has given you some length of bone, but you're not more than one generation from poor white trash, are you, Clarice?

And that accent you've tried so desperately to shed? Pure New York City. What's your father, dear? Is he a lawyer? Does he stink of the law? You know how quickly the boys found you... all those tedious sticky fumblings in the back seats of the subway... while you could only dream of getting out... getting anywhere... getting all the way to the GOP.

If I help you, Clarice, it will be "turns" for us too. I tell you things, you tell me things. Not about this case, though. About yourself. Quid pro quo. Yes or no?

Yes or no, Clarice? Poor little Libby is waiting.

1:50 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I read Clarice's article and it's sad but I understand it. The truth is out and the criminal have to put it back in the box. But how? To many criminal acts have come out and come Nov. it's all over for some elected officials who been living on that gravy train. The stealing will come to an end. Clarice better get as much money from these crooks as she can before these guys start running. All the jounralist like Chris Matthew and Katie Couric and others will lose that second income from the GOP.

1:54 PM  
Anonymous W. J. Clinton said...

"I’ve argued that the Special Counsel has criminalized a political dispute and increasingly seems to be using his position, not to advance his case, but to smear the defendant and the Administration."

Clarice,

Blow me!

1:59 PM  
Anonymous bronzedome said...

Seems like the "SQUEEZE" is working Fitz.

Porkrind roasting on an open fire...
Cheney('s) nuts burning on the stove...

2:04 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Keep doing the squeeze!!

Round up all the US Marshals into a room soon and outline the plan....no one will take any orders from the neocon zionist administration.

You will not bow to any pressure or threats....you will prosecute the case as is, and tell them their time is up.

Go for it....you will do us all proud.

2:07 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Hannibal ROCKS!

2:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who is this Clarice? And from seeing how this Seixton always yammers on and on, I bet he was a lonely boy. girl?

2:14 PM  
Anonymous marcellus wallace said...

What now Bloggers? Let me tell you what now.
I'ma call a coupla hard, pipe-hittin' brothas, who'll go to work on Clarice here with a pair of pliers and a blow torch.
You hear me talkin', Clarice? I ain't through with you by a damn sight.
I'ma get medieval on your ass!

2:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You had to expect this sooner or later..Things are heating up


SP is going after the Establishment .Now we see why that after starting a thread with a comment,Fitz seldom posts.The other side would love to get something with meat.

Of course,maybe Clarice was upset missing the party that was thrown when Fitz was away?

I would think if things dont turn out.Jason may have some attorneys coming at him.Hope not.

If anyone watched the Preakness yesterday-wasnt that a sad site?

2:22 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

Sexion Posting 05/20/06 @8:54 p.m. : "nefarious motive or some sort of bit of misinformation or distortion or deception by ommission ".

Quite the conspiracy theorist. Some of her postings would lead one to believe that she/he (Clarice) is down right paranoid about the PJ Fitzgerald Blog.

Is the poor dear off her meds??

Maybe the Marshalls should do a Welfare check on her....

2:31 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

Gonzo doesn't dare prosecute patriots. That would be suicidal. Instead, lets prosecute him for treason. In the alternative, Gonzo can be off to Brazil to practice camouflage techniques. Me thinks the law is coming for Gonzo.

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

Its time for Gonzo to answer to the People.

2:31 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

In honor of General Fitzgerald and his hard working "Team Fitz", I'm inviting everyone to my patio this afternoon for tea and cakes. SPB you come and sit beside me darlin, I just love your wit !!

2:44 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Stephen,

Gonzo is probably afraid of his own personal life and hertiage of his grandparents will come out... The Gerbil just open a can a worms with the imigration policy and not realize that certain members of his own cabinet is affected by his pet project!

Fitz,

Things are really heating up with negative articles and statements of your case.. All I can say is that the naysayers that are saying that this blog is a fake, your case is distorted, Rove and Libby will be exonerated, Leopold is a sock puppet, and any other garbage that they can think of, they are going to be same people who will have egg on their faces and begging from you an exclusive interview when this case is over! And personally, I wouldn't give any of those faithful naysayers a single interview. They haveto read the interview in the newspaper or see it on the news like everyone else. The only thing that I would give to the naysayers is the gum on my shoe!!!

2:49 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

Countrysunshine, tea cakes? Bring 'em on!

New thread - no trolls, naysayers or nabobs of negativism allowed, unless my new friends Clarice and/or Sexion pop in! ;)

2:59 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Countrysunshine!

You made your point and I fully understand. It would be a pleasure to sit next to you and have tea and cake! Is it astounding how two minds think alike? IT'S A DATE!!!!

3:15 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks, here is an article from Truthout.org with the interview of John Dean. Here is an excerpt:


An Interview with John Dean
By Matthew Rothschild
The Progressive Magazine
Saturday 20 May 2006

Q: I'm very interested in the comparisons you make between Nixon and Bush.
Dean: Both mean learned about the Presidency from men they greatly respected: Richard Nixon from Dwight Eisenhower, George Bush from his father. When both men became President, you got the very distinct impression that they don't feel that they quite fit in the shoes of the person from whom they learned about the Presidency. Nixon would constantly be going down to Key Biscayne, San Clemente, or Camp David-he just didn't like being in the Oval Office. I saw this same thing with George Bush, who is constantly away. The other striking similarity is that both men talk in the third person about the office of the President. It's like the royal we. You look at other Presidents, like Reagan and Clinton, who clearly filled that office. You almost had to pry Clinton out at the end of his term. And Reagan, despite whatever weaknesses he had intellectually, filled the role of President and played it to the hilt. So Bush has a Nixonian distance from the White House.
And I was stunned at the secrecy of this Administration. I knew that there's no good that can come out of secrecy. So I began looking closely at Bush and finding the striking Nixonian features of this Presidency: It's almost as if we'd left an old playbook in the basement, they found it, dusted it off, and said, "This stuff looks pretty good, we ought to give it a try." As I dug in, and still had some pretty good sources within that Presidency, I found the principal mover and shaker of this Presidency is clearly Dick Cheney, who is not only reviving the Imperial Presidency but expanding it beyond Nixons wildest dreams.
The reason I wrote a book with the title "Worse than Watergate," and I was very cautious in using that title, is because there was a real difference: Nobody died as a result of the so-called abuses of power during Nixon's Presidency. You might make the exception of, say, the secret bombing of Cambodia, but that never got into the Watergate litany per se. You look at Bush's abuses, and Cheney's-to me, it's a Bush/ Cheney Presidency-and today, people are dying as a result of abuse of power. That's much more serious.

Q: Talk a little bit more about Dick Cheney. You call him "co-President" in your book.
Dean: I do. It was evident, even at the beginning, when Cheney was very confident they were going to win at the Supreme Court. I've got some friends who were in there and they were telling me what was happening, and they said Bush doesn't have a clue what's going on. Cheney's setting things up the way he wants. Hes designing a National Security Council that's more powerful than the statutory National Security Council under Condoleezza Rice. And it was, and it is. She was the perfect foil for him because he can roll over her anytime he wants, and he does. Putting her over at State is even better: Keep her out on the road. The Cheney-Rumsfeld connection has really been driving the foreign policy since day one.
Q: Why do you think Bush divested so much of his power to Cheney?
Dean: Bush had expertise in one thing: How to run a Presidential campaign. He understands campaigns and Presidential politics. He has no interest or disposition or I think probably-he's not stupid, but he's not bright, he's not a rocket scientist-he isn't interested in policy.
Cheney is the opposite. He loves this stuff. He's a wonk. He gets into it, and he's had very strong feelings about issues that he's held for a long time.
He has been determined to expand Presidential power. I can't find in history any other Presidency that has made it a matter of policy to expand Presidential powers.

Q: You made a comment that should be famous: When Bush said he was bypassing the FISA requirements, you remarked that it was "the first time a President has actually confessed to an impeachable offense."
Dean:That's exactly what he did. One of the provisions in Nixon's bill of impeachment was his warrantless surveillance of media people, which is now covered directly by the FISA law. Warrantless wiretapping is an impeachable offense. It couldn't be any clearer.
Q: In your book, you also talk about the possibility-I would say the likelihood-that Bush lied this country into war. Can Bush be impeached for that, too?
Dean: When I deconstructed his State of the Union just before the Iraq War and looked at the available information even then, it was clear that the representations he was making as fact were not fact. Is that lying? It certainly is a form of distortion. This is the highest point in a Presidency in his relationship to Congress when he reports for the State of the Union. It is a crime to lie to Congress. The founders thought that misrepresentation to Congress was to be an impeachable offense. And the way Bush did it in the follow up procedures he actually belittled Congress in sending them bogus material. It was really quite stunning when one peels it all apart. And I said, "Is there any question in my mind that this is an impeachable offense?" No.
Q: How do you respond to people who say impeachment is never going to happen?
Dean: There's a political reality about impeachment. It's purely a political process. The interpretation of "high crimes and misdemeanors" can reach a long way, all the way to sex in the Oval Office, which was an absurd use of the impeachment clause. Impeachment is the big cannon. As long as the same party that controls Congress controls the White House it just isn't going to happen. I'm not sure that even if a President murdered his wife, they would impeach him. But those who are focusing on this issue are raising important questions. And one of the reasons I thought a censure resolution was appropriate was because if somebody had censured Nixon or even if a resolution of either house had passed, saying what you're doing is unacceptable to Congress, that shot across the bow might have straightened him up. I wish Feingold's resolution could get more traction. It might provide us all some safety because there's two more years left of this Presidency. And I must say there's a good possibility in November that the House or Senate or both is going to go Democratic, and it's going to be hell for this Presidency for the last two years, and they've earned it. And that's when impeachment could become a true reality. I'd settle for oversight, but impeachment's not out of the question.
Q: You made a comment that should be famous: When Bush said he was bypassing the FISA requirements, you remarked that it was "the first time a President has actually confessed to an impeachable offense."
Dean:That's exactly what he did. One of the provisions in Nixon's bill of impeachment was his warrantless surveillance of media people, which is now covered directly by the FISA law. Warrantless wiretapping is an impeachable offense. It couldn't be any clearer.
Q: In your book, you also talk about the possibility-I would say the likelihood-that Bush lied this country into war. Can Bush be impeached for that, too?
Dean: When I deconstructed his State of the Union just before the Iraq War and looked at the available information even then, it was clear that the representations he was making as fact were not fact. Is that lying? It certainly is a form of distortion. This is the highest point in a Presidency in his relationship to Congress when he reports for the State of the Union. It is a crime to lie to Congress. The founders thought that misrepresentation to Congress was to be an impeachable offense. And the way Bush did it in the follow up procedures he actually belittled Congress in sending them bogus material. It was really quite stunning when one peels it all apart. And I said, "Is there any question in my mind that this is an impeachable offense?" No.
Q: How do you respond to people who say impeachment is never going to happen?
Dean: There's a political reality about impeachment. It's purely a political process. The interpretation of "high crimes and misdemeanors" can reach a long way, all the way to sex in the Oval Office, which was an absurd use of the impeachment clause. Impeachment is the big cannon. As long as the same party that controls Congress controls the White House it just isn't going to happen. I'm not sure that even if a President murdered his wife, they would impeach him. But those who are focusing on this issue are raising important questions. And one of the reasons I thought a censure resolution was appropriate was because if somebody had censured Nixon or even if a resolution of either house had passed, saying what you're doing is unacceptable to Congress, that shot across the bow might have straightened him up. I wish Feingold's resolution could get more traction. It might provide us all some safety because there's two more years left of this Presidency. And I must say there's a good possibility in November that the House or Senate or both is going to go Democratic, and it's going to be hell for this Presidency for the last two years, and they've earned it. And that's when impeachment could become a true reality. I'd settle for oversight, but impeachment's not out of the question.
http://www.truthout.org/docs_2006/052106Y.shtml

3:37 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Faux Fitzgerald my ass and foot, you know he's the real deal and aren't going to be doing anything to him.

Can it trolls, we need positive vibes over here. :-D

3:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Faux Patrick Fitzgerald's days are numbered. Every dog has it's day.

4:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger, it isn't about free speech. It is about deception and the denial of free speech to anyone that dares to question.

4:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A congressman under investigation for bribery was caught on videotape accepting $100,000 in $100 bills from an FBI informant whose conversations with the lawmaker also were recorded, according to a court document released Sunday. Agents later found the cash hidden in his freezer.

At one audiotaped meeting, Rep. William Jefferson, D-La., chuckles about writing in code to keep secret what the government contends was his corrupt role in getting his children a cut of a communications company's deal for work in Africa.

As Jefferson and the informant passed notes about what percentage the lawmaker's family might receive, the congressman "began laughing and said, 'All these damn notes we're writing to each other as if we're talking, as if the FBI is watching,'" according to the affidavit.

4:27 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

So who's deceiving who neocons?

You?

The truth revealed!

Or is it....

Him?

The prosecutor

By the way I have confirmed they do run this site, and there is nothing you can do to stop it, every individual lawyer or not has the authority to host their own web logs anywhere in the world.

Odd how we're the ones who got nothing to hide, he has no issue using his real name either, and all the trolls hide behind anonymous pseudonyms.....
>:-D

4:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lambchops, hose monster, hannibal lecter, bronzedome, S-Q, SPB ... sure you all use your real names. Plus anyone offering a differing opinion is instantly classified as a Troll.

It is whether it is legal or not, it has to do with ethics.

4:53 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Naysayers try this. Pretend you are GW Bush and get a blog. Write things you say he says-see how long you last.

I would give it two days-max. In that light, it is funny to say Faux Fitz.

I am really surprised they didn't go after Fitz long before now-but animals can become vicious when cornered.

I went to a "progressives meeting" -a good number were former republicans and they hate Bush for what he has done.
I was stunned to find most of these "progressives" never heard of Fitz or the investigation.
But most from both sides think 911 was a load of crap-they are not fooled for a minute. That surprised me the most. They blame Bush and Cheney!

4:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry about the typo, that should have been:

It isn't whether it is legal or not, it has to do with ethics.

4:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Funny how we differ, I blame the Terrorist.

4:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FROM CAPTAN ANON
AFTER CHEWING MR FIRTGERALD OUT YESTERDAY FOR NOT GOING AFTER THE CRIMINALS WITH TREASON CHARGES, I FIND MYSELF TODAY DEFENDING HIM FROM THIS CLARICE STOOGE THAT IS WHORING FOR THOSE THUGS IN DC. CLARICE YOU DO NOT KNOW IT FROM A HOLE IN THE GROUND. SO KINDLY SIT DOWN AND SHUT UP!!!!!

5:06 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Countrysunshine:

Can I come to tea and cakes party too? and Can I sit on the other side of you???

5:07 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Well, I went for a swim in my pool and had some lunch outdoors and while I am away looks like the trolls have tried to crash the party!!

Fitz, you have them all scared of their own shadows!! LOL!

5:09 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

Do come Jackie dear, and I'll show the quilt I'm making for Fitz. It's made of mens ties !!

5:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon at 5:53 pm:

I am a real person... I am not surely labeling anyone on this blog who agree or disagree on any comment on this blog: A troll! That is why we have the first amendment: the freedom of speech and press. We are happy to hear any comments that you have. but, this is not my blog. This is Patrick J. Fitzgerald's blog. It is his call to waht comments that he allows or not. And Anon, I have gone in other blog site and websites that are much extreme than this blog.. but there are alot of bloggers that have followed Fitz's case from day ine. You have to understand that they are protected of this blog and of Patrick himself. We have had a lot of bloggers that came on the blog in the past and berated the bloggers and tried to dismantle this site.. So, you have to keep in mind that there are certain bloggers that are very sensitive to this blog and find this blog with a sense of hope and escape from the negativemess that is happening in the world. The blog is a way for bloggers to express himself and herself. :)

5:18 PM  
Blogger jan said...

(sniff) I just love this blog.... sorry, got all emotional.

5:29 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

Well said SPB. I'm not sure just how the whole Troll name calling got started, so let's end it here.

No this isn't my blog either. But I have a great deal of faith in General Fitzgerald and his staff.
Isn't that why we are all here?

Now eat some damn cake !
(and Jan don't make me cry, can't have my mascara running.)

5:32 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

SPB,

How correct it is, I guess we didn't miss the troll roasting barbecu!
:-D

They're still here accusing people of ridiculous "ethics" violations of all things, if anyone needs to go to ethics school, its this laughable congress!

Right alongside all their neocon pet hacks.

5:34 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Sorry CountrySunshine, (fanning my eyes)
I'll just have some more tea if you don't mind?

5:35 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

there,there, more tea? of course dear.

5:41 PM  
Blogger jan said...

That's some magic tea :)

5:48 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

SPB-

Do you know if it is possible to send all of Congress back to school again just like the little soldier?

Starting with the GOP and then entire Democrat Leadership Council. They need to start with physics 101, go through every seminar on cooking, sex ed, and ethics training for at least three semesters.

Could they be sent to a banged up school in Franktfort instead of Yale this time? ;)

Its just an idea- You know, since they never learned much regarding graft the first time....I figured the second time around, an education free of AIPAC may be in order!

Cheers to Michigan for speaking out.

5:54 PM  
Anonymous ewastud said...

"I’ve argued that the Special Counsel has criminalized a political dispute and increasingly seems to be using his position, not to advance his case, but to smear the defendant and the Administration."

Clarice's statement reminds me of the facile misrepresentation of the Iran-Contra scandal made by George H. W. Bush - that the prosecution of the scandal was nothing more than criminalization of policy differences. Anybody who was even slighthly knowledgeable about the scandal knew what self-serving crap that GHWB claim was. Not only was GHWB "in the loop" on the scandal (contrary to his claims), there is plenty of reason to believe that he and ex-CIA op Donald Gregg were the central intriguers in extremely criminal activities.

6:30 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

Hello ewastud,

love the website.

6:45 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Roger,

Education for politicians should at least include:

Attendance at a public school in a low-income area.

Sex ed will be taught by Shakers.

A job delivering newspapers (getting up at 5:00 a.m. is a good thing for future politicians) followed by a couple of years at McDonald's, Wal-mart, etc. will be required.

SPB should teach law, of course.

That guy who punk'd the Nigerian spam scam should be hired to take care of teaching members of Congress about graft.

6:56 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Roger,

Before we send Congress back to school, we need to get rid of the the garbage called "corrupted politcians" out before sending the new crew bakc to schol. But, you are right, the politicans need schooling and it don't stop when you are appointed. A lot of the people in Congress just simply need to retire you know.. Alot of Congress people's mind are still in the fossal age.. They are just reinvented the same wheel... But, I did say in a past posting long ago that I wouldn't give any of the Congress not a single dime of a salary because their performance on Captitol Hill sucks!!! Not a single dime. They all have to get a tin cup and go outside of Capitol Hill and pimp the American people for nickels and dimes for their salary. I certainly would cut out the car rental expenses after finding out how much they charge for on rental cars! They can take the bus like everyone else or walk to work!!!

7:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Night Owl,

Thank you for compliment: Law?
And GERBIL 101 should be taught by Patrick J. Fitzgerald!!!!

And let's not forget about two addtional course to add:

SPEECH 101: How a Presdient to speak to the American people. After the Gerbil's retarded speeches for 5 years like Global Warming is warming the globe, the new President will need better etiquette when speaking to the public and world leaders.

GROOMING 101: Professional appearance to the public
After seeing the rug that Ney and Lott wear on thier head.. Plain and simple need help! and let's not talk about spit man Wolfowitz!

AA 101: Just making sure that future politicans who take office doesn't yearn for the bottle!!!

7:13 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

SPB,

That is precisely what has to happen, and on top of that the button stickers need to be made.

For every politician involved today:

On the back it will say, "Just say no to Graft, or say yes to jail!"

On the front will be a lightning rod and Fitz' face along with some other prosecutors!

It will sell like hotcakes!

:-D

10:58 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

F E A R! You can smell it in the air!

Brings out all the creepy crawlers from under the rocks.

Keep the faith!

8:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Interesting neocon rhetoric to blame the opponents for exactly what they are doing themselves. Whatever they say, the opposite is true. For instance, "The immigrants are IN THE SHADOWS", when it's this administration that is in the shadows. They are using some kind of reverse psychology? Another one: we fight for "freedom and democracy", when they are actually trying to suppress it at home. Therefore, if they say that PJFs ship is sinking, it must mean that the WH ship is sinking...

6:09 PM  
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