May 11, 2006

In Case You Are Interested....

I am meeting with the grand jury tomorrow.

134 Comments:

Blogger basheert said...

Is there an address to send roses? Perhaps a singing telegram?

I know - BALLOONS???

George Bush's resignation?

12:28 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Now we are talking!!! I am sure a flock of bloggers will be flooding this blog with comments and Fitzmas wishes... Looking forward to hearing from the GJ tomorrow and frying of Porkrind!

Cheers!

12:29 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

Fitz: (OFF TOPIC)

Can you pls do an "open forum" - someone asked on one of the past posts about the polygamy issue here in AZ and UT and I had some answers to the questions that I thought they might like to see?

Thanks - even if the answer is NO!

12:29 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

SPB:

So - what is the Fitzmas color scheme?

It's obviously green and red for Christmas - and blue and white for Hannukah ..

Perhaps Fitz can re-do the blog so we can post in color???

And of course, we are all holding on that things will come down the right way - I believe Fitz has the numbers (13 right? or was it 12) - but until the word comes down, we can all just hold our breaths.

12:31 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

May the Force be with you.

12:33 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

P.S. I knew that the GJ would make a decision on a Friday!!!!!!! I just had a funny feeling! I want to be Friday because I wanted to the Gerbil and company to squim over the weekend and the Gerbil yearning for the bottle. The Gerbil is going to need that tequila bottle to calm his nerves!!!

Basheert!

I go for green and red.. That was the color scheme when Tiger Woods made history being the first Afro-American/Thai and young golfer to win the Masters!

12:36 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

SPB
I lean towards blood red - to represent the thousands of people who have shed blood for this Idealogue and his sick and twisted Administration.

Attached is a plan for Bushco's early October surprise - carriers moving towards Iran.

http://www.rawstory.com/news/2006/US_military_seen_ready_for_Iran_0511.html

12:44 PM  
Blogger Charles said...

In case we're interested. Ahahahahaha

Thanks Patrick. Say Patrick are you going to accept the upcoming Attorney General's job, in the Gore administration?

By now that little fat bastard Rove, knows and he's already getting that look of fear on his face.

I want to be awarded the Warden's job in his prison, so I can personally select his cell mate. Ahahahahaha

"Turdblossom, start practicing your frog march."

12:45 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

Charles -
Will you please do us all a favor? Pick out a really nice cellmate for Rove ok?

Some big dumb guy named Bubba who likes sheep?

12:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well,

I aim toward the positive. Yes, Red csn represent the blood shed and the twisted Administration. But, I represent the red as triumph. That is why I mention Tiger Woods. This is triumph in judicial system, the house of cards, graft, corruption, and the for the dead soldiers who will be always remembered, didn't die in vain, and put in harm's way in a war that on false pretenses!!!

12:49 PM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

Hey Ho, let's Go!

Loud cheering and Laola waves being send over from Europe...

12:52 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

For all of us that followed this case with you Wed. and Friday are Grand Jury days. Now what's interesting is what does the grand jury have to say about Karl Rove. This case has changed so many people and so many things. Just don't forget not to let it change you. Some get carried away and want to much to fast. Others will say they were behind you all the time. Little angel just take a deep breath and hold your ground and don't get caught up in the fakes and wanta bees. Keep butt Friday and remember to smile.

12:54 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

A cheery little tidbit - someone needs to crimp these plans please?

"Karl Rove, Bush's top political adviser, and GOP leaders are well aware of the problem and planning a summer offensive to win back conservatives with a mix of policy fights and warnings of how a Democratic Congress would govern. The plan includes votes on tax cuts, a constitutional amendment outlawing gay marriage, new abortion restrictions and measures to restrain government spending."

12:57 PM  
Anonymous Bronzedome said...

Porkchops for dinner on Friday.
Sorry all my Catholic friends.
I will attend confession on Saturday.

1:00 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Fitz:
You and your staff have worked hard on this and I simply think you are the best! :)

1:08 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
Now I really have that tune in my head..."Ready to Fly" :)

1:10 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Just plain Misty eyed thinking about the GJ meeting....

Jackie meant "KICK BUTT"

Do take care

everyone...

-Basheert
Can you pls do an "open forum" - someone asked on one of the past posts about the polygamy issue here in AZ and UT and I had some answers to the questions that I thought they might like to see?

I'm interested
just watched 360 Anderson Cooper
on Warren Jeffs
sounds like a sick pervert to me
I wife legal and all theo others single moms
drawing welfare...
how high will this go..I ssuspect to the top or they would have already stopped this trash..

1:15 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yup, and Richard Marx's song and lyrics does describe the hardwork that Fitz team have done for the past 3 years in this leak case:

"I've always had wings
Now I finally ready to fly"

1:16 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

RE: AT&T, VERIZON and BELL SOUTH

Here's Verizon's number

1-800-870-9999

Call and ask for a refund - if you believe you are not paying them to spy on you.

1:29 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Don't you know all those customer service people at AT&T, Bellsouth, & Verizon are pulling their hair out today?

1:35 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

One can hope!

1:37 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

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1:40 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

Is it finally going to be Black Friday for pigster Rove and the rest of the criminal Bush Administration?
I say YES!

1:59 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

A blast fron the past! October 28, 2005. The press conference of Fitz on little soldier's indictment:

http://exposetheleft.com/2005/10/28/fitzgeraldleakcase

5 COUNTS FOR IRVING LEWIS "SCOOTER" "LITTLE SOLDIER" LIBBY

We will be waiting on how many counts for Porkrinds! Hopefully, the counts will be 6 times than Libby!

2:12 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB....I'm just not sure that Rover boy is the only one getting
indicted. I feel that there may be one or two more. We'll see!

PJF and staff, much success tomorrow. You are very good at what you do and I don't believe you
need us to add luck.

"A scandal a day keeps the voters away!" Seems like the only way we'll get some answers and resolution on all the other illegal activity of these criminals.

3:14 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Grandmanuk:

I never said that Rove is the one person that will be indicted. Fitz presented a csse on Rove. There is no mention of another person that was presented the GJ. Let's not forget Hadley and perhaps Cheney.... This case is not yet over... In alot of Fitz's cases, he is known for getting the #2 guy to get the #1 guy. I only mention the blast of the past as a reminder of Fitz's news conference back of October.... But, it is important to get Rove. He is one of stronger WH official that can topple the Gerbil Administration!

3:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's roll!
BTW, when Patrick has gotten rid of all the crooks he can run for President and we'd all vote for him.
D

3:45 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Networks plan stakeout of Fitzgerald court Friday...
rawstory

3:47 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon,

And if Fitz ran for President, make sure that he hires Ms. Jackie as his personal wardrobe assistant, and hire Bubba in a high cabinet position. Bubba will handle to smoozing the international leaders that the Gerbil pissed off. Finally, make sure President Fitz remove all of the empty beer and tequila bottles that were hidden by the Gerbil as he yearned for the bottle often. Make sure Fitz spray all rooms including the Gerbil's room. I have a feeling that he left a big stink in that room!

3:55 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
If Fitz were elected President, what job would you want in the White House?

4:15 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Fitzgerald,

Yes, Rove appears to be all wrapped up now.....

May the final decision on Rove be eventful.

He should primed and ready for prison or pardoning by now, as should that arrogant lawyer and all his friends...

And then finally, get rid of Steven Badley and go after the source....

Criminal indictments for all.

Roger

4:15 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

More Afternoon/Evening news:

1. The reporters will be running like Gerbils on Friday to get the scoop of the century:

From Raw Story:

Networks plan stakeout of Fitzgerald court Friday; No formal sign of indictment

"Reporters at the major cable television networks plan to be on the ground Friday outside a federal district court where the jury considering the fate of President Bush's senior adviser Karl Rove."

Yeah, we shall see....


2. Tony Snow Job has only been in his new WH position for a week and he is now trolling the media!

Snow Already Sparring With News Orgs.

By E&P Staff

Published: May 11, 2006 11:00 AM ET
NEW YORK In his first week in the job, new White House Press Secretary Tony Snow is already having issues with CBS News, and slamming The New York Times and USA Today.

"Snow has fired off several emails to reporters. One rapped the Times for continuing to “ignore America’s economic progress,” while another hit USA Today for a “misleading Medicare story.” He also knocked CBS News on Wednesday for Jim Axelrod’s piece on seniors having problems with the Bush drug plan. Axelrod responded today."

http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1002501230

3. More on the HUD man, Alfonso Jackson.

From Thinkprogress:

"Jackson stressed that “HUD provides ‘business opportunities for many in this room to get rich,’” adding that “one contract can make you wealthy.” That was the purpose of the speech, to explain to a well-heeled crowd (including former Dallas Cowboys players Roger Staubach and Emmitt Smith) how to rake in cash from the federal government.
It’s not about providing a valuable service at a fair price. It’s about getting on the list, getting the money flowing and making sure you don’t criticize the President. Whether the details of Jackson’s speech were fact or fiction, it’s a grossly irresponsible message and a violation of the public trust." Jackson is already in violation: YOU CANNOT GUARANTEE ANYONE SUCCESS OR GETTING WEALTHY AND THAT GOES FOR ANY POTENTIAL BUSINESS THAT ONE STARTS. Jackson is good as gone from his job real soon.. The Gerbil can't help him on this!

4:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q,

Me, personally??? Just the Special Prosecutor. I will keep a close eye on President Fitzgerald. If I catch any graft or if he sneezes the wrong way, I will personally slap the handcuffs on him or any of his cabinet members!!! My motto: LEAVE NO EVIL DOER BEHIND. And I tell Prez Fitz: just say 'no' to graft!

4:23 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Ann Coulter has been caught and shall be prosecuted for VOTER FRAUD...

http://www.bradblog.com/archives/00002807.htm

4:32 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

PJF for President....I love it! It
reminds me of Tom Clancy and his favorite character, John PATRICK Ryan. What a blast and what a great world that would be.

4:54 PM  
Blogger AnnChimpCoulter said...

Fitzie

Can't wait to hear more on your day in court tomorrow! I want to know all of the sordid details about how you squeezed Bushies' brain into smithereens...you are my hero, my legal stud...you are brave & brilliant...I want Fitzmas now!!!


from the desk of Ann Coulter:
"I've built a career out of talking directly out of my ass."

4:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB is drunk with power. I hope Fitz doesn't let his Irish temper get all riled up! ;)

4:58 PM  
Blogger maura2e said...

Good luck tomorrow to you and your team, PJF. My champagne has been on ice for the last week in anticipation of the Rove frog march! I hope this is the end of the nail biting!!! PJF for president - yes, yes, yes!!

4:59 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
I can't imagine you cuffing Fitz and frog marching him. Oh the horror of that thought!!

Fitz would be a great President and he would just say NO to graft! :)

Fitz/Spitz 2008

5:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon at 5:58 pm:

On a side note: I am not a drinker nor I am seeking power. From the words of Abe Lincoln: "To test a man's character, give him power." That's a joke on my end. Please lightening up!!!

5:05 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q,

I was only joking. Some of you all are so serious on this blog!!! Fitz can be a jokester too. I know that Fitz would never commit graft. I know that, you know that, and alot of bloggers... Please read between my comments... I know that everyone is pretty excited and jazzed up from tomorrow!!! Prosecutors can have a sense of humor despite work can be stressful!!

5:09 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

E thanks for correcting my little spelling error you know me to well.
Anon: interesting comment that SPB is drunken with power Anon if you only knew how silly that comment is.
Now I'm back home and its 90 degress sunny here in southern California. I made my calls to my kids, e mailed Peaches with the news about Friday. For some reason I couldn't help singing
The sun will come out tomorrow
bet your bottom dollar tomorrow
come what may
I'm in such a good mood I'm sounding silly. It's really is a good day with a bright future thanks to Fitz and staff.

5:09 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
Yes, of course, I knew you were joking, as was I, as well. I was just playing along with you...I knew you weren't serious! LOL! :)

5:12 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

On a SERIOUS note:

I ran across other people who committed graft that are connected to current scandals. It is interesting and a bit alarming. This Administration is much corrupted more than ever. Here is list of people (it is a bit long and some of theri charges). The evil doers sure do keep the prosecutors on their toes! Here we go. Happy reading!


1. Claude Allen- Arrested for Theft - Trial Date Postponed
His trial date was originally set for April 27th, 2006, but has been delayed indefinitely.

2. Gus Boulis Murder Trio - Indicted - No Further Court Dates Scheduled
Gus Boulis, the man who sold SunCruz to Adam Kidan and Jack Abramoff, was gunned down on February 6th, 2001

3. Ed Buckham - Named by Prosecutors as Unindicted Coconspirator

Ed Buckham, one-time chief of staff to Tom DeLay and later Chairman of the lobbying firm Alexander Strategy Group, appeared in Tony Rudy's guilty plea as "Lobbyist B."

4. John Colyandro - Indicted - Trial Pending Appeals Decision
John Colyandro was Executive Director of Tom DeLay's PAC Texans for a Republican Majority. He, along with Jim Ellis, was indicted for Money Laundering in 2004 alleging an illegal money swap with the Republican National State Elections Committee, an arm of the Republican National Committee. Colyandro also faces a charge for Unlawful Acceptance of a Contribution from a Corporation.

5. Jim Ellis - Indicted - Trial Pending Appeals Decision

Jim Ellis was Executive Director of DeLay's PAC Americans for a Republican Majority. He, along with John Colyandro, was indicted for Money Laundering in 2004 alleging an illegal money swap with the Republican National State Elections Committee, an arm of the Republican National Committee.

6. Robert Fromm - Named by Prosecutors as Unindicted Coconspirator

Fromm, identified as "Official" in Mitchell Wade's guilty plea, was a program manager at the Army's National Ground Intelligence Center before he left to work at MZM, Inc., Mitchell Wade's former defense company.

7. Shaun Hansen - Indicted - Trial Set for October 3rd

Shaun Hansen, co-owner of Mylo Enterprises, was indicted March 8th on charges of conspiring to commit and aiding the commission of telephone harassment. (phone jamming)

8. Vernon Jackson - Pled Guilty to Bribery

Vernon Jackson, the chief executive of iGate Inc., pleaded guilty on May 3rd, 2006 to bribing an unnamed congressman, whom documents identify as Rep. William Jefferson of Louisiana.

9. Adam Kidan - Pled Guilty - Sentenced to 5 Years, 10 Months

He was Jack Abramoff's partner in the SunCruz deal. .

10. Thomas Kontogiannis - Named by Prosecutors as Unindicted Coconspirator

11. Thomas Kontogiannis bribed Duke Cunningham, according to Cunningham's plea, where he appeared as "Coconspirator #3".

12. Scooter Libby - Indicted - Trial Set To Begin January 8th, 2007

Libby faces a possible sentence of between two and five years imprisonment.

13. Chuck McGee - Pled Guilty - Time Served

Chuck McGee, the former Executive Director of the New Hampshire Republican State Committee, pled guilty July 28th, 2004 to one count: Conspiracy to engage in interstate telephone communications with the intent to annoy or harass.

14. John T. Michael - Named by Prosecutors as Unindicted Coconspirator

John T. Michael, owner of a mortgage company in New York, helped Thomas Kontogiannis bribe Duke Cunningham, according to Cunningham's plea, where he appeared as "Coconspirator #4".

15. Brent M. Pfeffer - Pled Guilty - To Be Sentenced May 26th

Brett Pfeffer, a former aide to Rep. William Jefferson (D-LA), pled guilty January 10th, 2006 to two counts: Conspiracy to Commit Bribery of a Public Official and Aiding and Abetting the Bribery of a Public Official. Rep. Jefferson is the public official.

16. Warren RoBold - Indicted - Trial Pending Appeals Decision

Warren RoBold was a fundraiser for Tom DeLay's PACs (TRMPAC and ARMPAC) and was indicted in 2004 for taking illegal corporate money for TRMPAC - nine counts of Unlawful Acceptance of a Political Contribution from a Corporation.

17. David Safavian - Indicted - Trial Set To Begin May 22nd

David Safavian was indicted October 5th, 2005 for Obstruction of Proceedings before an Agency and Making False Statements. He is accused of lying to investigators about his dealings with Jack Abramoff while he was chief of staff for the General Services Administration.

18. James Tobin - Found Guilty on Two Counts - Sentencing is Set for May 17th

James Tobin, the former New England Regional Political Director for the Republian National Committee, was found guilty December 15th, 2005 of two counts: Conspiracy to commit the commission of interstate telephone harassment and Aiding and abetting the commission of interstate telephone harassment.

19. Gov. Ernie Fletcher by Grand Jury
The special grand jury that’s been investigating state government hiring practices indicted Gov. Ernie Fletcher on three misdemeanors for conspiracy, official misconduct and political discrimination.

5:17 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q,

Good.. You scared me for a minute... I agree, Jackie, that was a silly remark from Anon.. I have not idea where that came from... Anyway, moving on...

On a serious note: The only President that needs to be slapped the handcuffs is the sitting lame duck Gerbil President!!!

5:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB, I was kidding too. ;) <---a wink

Oy Manetti!

5:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a bit off topic, but relevant, I think. And since so many people seem to be posting here I thought I would add this note. I am really frightened that our Congress is going to rob us of the internet through gutting network neutrality. This blog and many other internet treasures will likely be much more difficult to access is congress allows the internet carriers to buy its vote. And it looks like that may happen. If you have not done so, please contact your congress people directly to tell them to vote to perserve the freedom of the internet. And please tell everyone you know who might care about the internet to do the same. Also moveon.org has a petition. There is another organization I just learned about, the electronic freedom frontier (I believe) that is working to actively derail the plans to gut the internet. This just makes me sick.

And, I can't hold my breath until tomorrow, but it is not going to be easy to focus on my work until there is an announcement. Best wishes and Godspeed to Patrick J. Fitzgerald, his staff, and everyone who cares about our democracy.

5:38 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Indeed SPB! Just got into the area-that is excellent news...so if they say yes-how soon??? Does Fitz do press conferences on SAT?

5:45 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon,

O.k. Anon... You got me!!! Ha! Ha!
Whew!! Good thing this wasn't on candid camera!!! I would be embarrassed. I would be the person on the bench with the fruitbasket as my prize!!! I was about to say that my name is Biloxi not King Gerbil! Those characteristics sounded like the Gerbil!!!

5:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

T:

Not on Saturday. It had to be a work week. If it is announced tomorrow for indictment of Porkrind, then it will be probably Tuesday....

5:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

I just received an email from the 6th grader blogger, Jordan's mom, Nancy. I thought I share it with you:

Jordan's mom here.

That is pretty darn amazing that the Prez' detailed schedule was
treated so casually.

FYI - I think Jordan is having a hard time opening up PDF files at
his dad's (where he usually is M-F til the end of the school year).
And also they have a dial-up connection. And also he technically is
banned from using the computer for anything except schoolwork over
there so as far as I can tell, he's been defying his dad by working
on his blog and researching issues this week.

So, you see why he may not have had the chance to review the
documents and links sent this week.

Or maybe he has and just hasn't taken the time to respond. (smile)

Thanks for your gentle manner on his blog - what a great educational
experience for him!

ns

5:52 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

ALERT ALERT ALERT

IS IT TRUE?

Firedoglake is reporting Tom Delay just resigned!

http://www.firedoglake.com/

6:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Basheert!

It is true. Tahnks for passing that info along. I saw got a news alert from Raw Story. Folks, The Hammer is out of there!!!!!

http://www.rawstory.com/news/2006/DeLay_notifies_Speaker_of_House_he_0511.html

For someone that says that he was not going to resign, it means there is more coming out that ties him to more graftL And I would bet that he is in ties with the Hookergate scandal!!!

6:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Delay tendered his resignation, effective 6/9/06. Raw story has a copy of the letter. Another one bites the dust, many more to get.

6:09 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

DeLay must have read the 16 reasons here yesterday! LOL!!

6:10 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Governor Ernie Fletcher of Kentucky was indicted today also!

Cleaning house boys?? :)

6:14 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And this means that the GOP doesn't have a leg to stand on for November elections... The Hammer was the center of power for the GOP party!!! The house of cards are falling folks!!! I guess power, money, and reputation really sealed his downfall!!!

6:16 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Delay resignation....the plan all along so that another "electible" candidate can be named by the R in Texas. If he withdrew BEFORE the primary, a maybe non Bushie might have been elected. Now, CYA RULES!

6:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The hammer is screwed. Just shows you how much of a bunch of useless "tools" these criminals are.

6:19 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

So far the MSM is ignoring it.

Although Firedoglake said that "Delay is resigning to spend time with Andy Card's kids"...sort of half-jokingly.

Buh Buh DeLay - thanks for everything.

6:19 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

So far the MSM is ignoring it.

Although Firedoglake said that "Delay is resigning to spend time with Andy Card's kids"...sort of half-jokingly.

Buh Buh DeLay - thanks for everything.

6:20 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

SPB,

Couldn't Fitz meet with the Grand Jury early then announce the indictment. I was looking over the transcripts to the Libby indictment and it sounded like it was from the same day.
The excerpt that I'm referencing is:"A few hours ago a federal grand jury sitting in the District of Columbia returned a five count indictment against I Scooter Libby also known as Scooter Libby the Vice President's Chief of Staff".
So it could be possible that the press conference could be tommorrow also?

6:22 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Ok guys the media has finally caught up with the news of the grand jury meeting tomorrow. They are staking out to follow Fitz to God knows where. Fitz just don't smile until you do the press conference ok. Tell Randell to stay on his toes these guys are tricky. It looks like the Gerbil and company are getting as much as they can before they have to close the criminal stealing shop. At lease they have the phone calls to spy on what people are planning.

6:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good luck tomorrow---either way it goes---ILL bet that Karl Christian Rove --aka --pork rind,ham hock,chitlin,pork ears,snout---is now --in HIND site wishing he did a few things differently--some differently prepared "Gerbil Burbles" . VEGAS has no odds on this one.

If Delay went down on his own--there were some pretty incriminating articles the last few days, then i think Karl is in deep do do---

All those SINCERE Fundamentalist Christians must be doing a lot of soul searching on the way they voted and the way things are turning out..

Poppy Bush wants JEB to run in 2008--might as well --everything in the country is going so well

6:59 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Man-o-man, what a great time to find meself in D.C.!

Thanks for the info SPB, there is a lot of happy military families in town-that is some wonderful news.

I let everyone know what was being reported during dinner.

One more ? A guess as to morning, afternoon? Regardless, I'll be sticking around for the good news to come down. Fitzmas Eve is soooooo exciting!

7:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Has the Maffia taken over this country?
D

7:52 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Prayers for courage and wisdom for the GJ, Mr. Fitzgerald and his wonderful staff.

Stand tall and proud, take water in case you have to speak a lot and I hope you are well protected.... evil-doers hate losing control and power.

Don't forget to dance ;-)

8:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon,

I agree that the Hammer's departure has to do with a much bigger conspiracy. And I think Porkrinds (or Hamhocks as you call him) and the rest of the Gerbil Administration has in heavy do do. If Porkrind gets indicted tomorrow, you best believe he is not going to go down while the rest of the Gerbil Administration live off of the hog. I hope that Fitz will squeeze the fat from Porkrind to bring down others in the corrupted Gerbil and company!

9:05 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

But, but... Delay was already forgiven!

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

So, there's not a problem.

9:08 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

"Anonymous said...
Has the Maffia taken over this country?
D

8:52 PM"

Holy Cow!! This made me screech out loud with laughter! I think the mafia is way more professional and competant with their corruption!! Geez, we need an NSA database to keep track of all these GOP MISTAKES!!

9:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB--and others.Rove seems to be a mastermind of double talk and if things go against him,i would think the Pres has no choice then to cut him loose.

I realise you are guilty ---:)))) pardon me innocent until proven guilty but what would people think of BUSH if he keeps taking advice from an indicted person.

What will REPUBS who have elections in NOV think about using
a person who has to defend himself for deceptive actions. Mendacity Inc.

Better yet what would their supporters think.

SP Fitz--i see you idol favorite got eliminated. Article on MSNBC said some people who voted for him were getting other peoples thank you's at the end of their call..

Must of had Diebold products with NSA keeping count.--

""""NUMBER MIX-UP?
“Chris should win!!! They had another voting mess up. When I called to vote for Chris, Katharine says Thanks for voting for me. I thought I dialed the wrong number, so I tried again to hear Katharine, again. People were trying to vote for Chris...not Katharine!""""

9:58 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Stephen,

That was funny. I forgot almighty Dubya could do those things ;-)

What happened to the survey? Ask a silly question...

10:13 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Has the Maffia taken over this country?"
D

No, just idiot by the name: The Gerbil

Let's compare mafias vs. The Gerbil

1. Mafias are intelligent and thinker. The Gerbil is stupid and a thumbsucker!

2. Mafias are honest. When the Mafias says that they will rub you out. They will rub you out. The Gerbil is a flop flop.

3. The mafia is loyal. And the Gerbil: ask Abramoff and Cunningham. Whenever the winds blows or you sneeze the wrong way, the Gerbil will cut you loose.

4. Mafia is intelligent enough to cover their tracks and street smart. The Gerbil leavesa trail of evidence. He is still playing the Watergate textbook in the 21 century. Also, I can't say that he is textbook smart. He was drunk in college. He was yearning for bottle!

5. Mafia stands tall when they are convicted. The Gerbil uses the Gilligan defense, Nanny nanny boo boo defense, one armed bandit defense and "Don't blame me, blame Al-Queda" defense to get out of prison.

6. Mafia hires qualified people and a criminal attoney for a criminal defense. The Gerbil hires
his buddies and unqualified people.

7. Mafia can hold their liquor. The Gerbil, well, he yearns for bottle when he is under pressure. The smacking of his lips during press conferences are not for a taste of KFC chicken wings! It shows that he is yearning for the bottle.

10:29 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

Final entry:

The Gerbil's job approval has taken another nose dive. From WSJ:

May 11, 2006, 9:12 pm
Bush’s Approval Rating Drops

"President Bush’s job-approval rating has fallen to its lowest mark of his presidency, according to a new Harris Interactive poll. Of 1,003 U.S. adults surveyed in a telephone poll, 29% think Mr. Bush is doing an “excellent or pretty good” job as president, down from 35% in April and significantly lower than 43% in January."

Good night! And Good Luck, Fitz! I'm with you in spirit.. Signing off!!!!!

10:52 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Exhibit A for SBP's #6:

http://www.cnn.com/2006/POLITICS/05/11/senate.judges.ap/index.html

I bet that dude regrets THAT picture after tomorrow. >;-)

10:57 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

This is FABULOUS NEWS!

Bush down to 29%!!!

May 11, 2006, 9:12 pm
Bush’s Approval Rating Drops
President Bush’s job-approval rating has fallen to its lowest mark of his presidency, according to a new Harris Interactive poll. Of 1,003 U.S. adults surveyed in a telephone poll, 29% think Mr. Bush is doing an “excellent or pretty good” job as president, down from 35% in April and significantly lower than 43% in January.

Roughly one-quarter of U.S. adults say “things in the country are going in the right direction,” while 69% say “things have pretty seriously gotten off on the wrong track.” This trend has declined every month since January, when 33% said the nation was heading in the right direction. Iraq remains a key concern for the general public, as 28% of Americans said they consider Iraq to be one of the top two most important issues the government should address, up from 23% in April. The immigration debate also prompted 16% of Americans to consider it a top issue, down from 19% last month, but still sharply higher from 4% in March.

The Harris poll comes two days after a downbeat assessement of Bush in a New York Times/CBS News poll. The Times, in analyzing the results, said “Americans have a bleaker view of the country’s direction than at any time in more than two decades.”

11:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

With your experience and expertise you don't need luck, but good luck anyway. And thanks to you and your staff.

11:20 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Night Owl!

Thank you for that bit of information. I can sleep good without sleep walking!---wink!

Good night and sleep well!!!

11:31 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Another poll you all will like, although it is self reported and thus not scientific--a CNN poll on how the NSA telephone spying made people feel:

"Creepy" 77%
"More Secure" 23%

http://www.cnn.com/2006/US/05/11/feedback.phone.records/index.html

Hey Anonymous--until someone says stop, keep the stuff on issues on the freedom of information coming, i.e. that moveon.org petition. If we are not vigilant of our freedoms, then someone will take them away.

12:02 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Night owl I hope you live on the West coast because it is really late back East. Nice poll numbers for the Gerbil and Josh is doing a great job by bringing them down more. Tony Snow will always be able to go back to Fox news once Bush resigns. I took the poll on CNN and yes I pick Creepy but I closed my eyes and pictured Bush's face and the word came to me right away. Good night sleep tight don't let the evil doers bite.

12:20 AM  
Blogger Patrick Henry said...

I have personally contacted Patrick Fitzgerald's office in Chicago, IL by telephone and I was told by a paralegal from the Northern Illinois District office, that this particular blog is NOT from Mr. Fitzgerald. I repeat, U.S. Attorney Patrick J. Fitzgerald is NOT the author of this blog, according to sources within his own office.

I would suggest that anyone that does not believe this information, should call the U.S. Special Prosecutor's office in Chicago to confirm it for themselves.

Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation is EXTREMELY important to the future of this country and quite frankly, the future of the world. We need to have as accurate and as true of information as possible about this investigation. Not an impostor pretending to be Mr. Fitzgerald.

1:29 AM  
Blogger Patrick Henry said...

I have personally contacted Patrick Fitzgerald's office in Chicago, IL by telephone and I was told by a paralegal from the Northern Illinois District office, that this particular blog is NOT from Mr. Fitzgerald. I repeat, U.S. Attorney Patrick J. Fitzgerald is NOT the author of this blog, according to sources within his own office.

I would suggest that anyone that does not believe this information, should call the U.S. Special Prosecutor's office in Chicago to confirm it for themselves.

Patrick Fitzgerald's investigation is EXTREMELY important to the future of this country and quite frankly, the future of the world. We need to have as accurate and as true of information as possible about this investigation. Not an impostor pretending to be Mr. Fitzgerald.

1:30 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Yeah, I kinda thought it was a practical joke.

4:12 AM  
Anonymous e said...

firedoglake

FITZO-de-MAYO

5:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The gals at FireDogLake said so too on the comment section, so what gives? Someone actually said that we were dumb to think so....does this blog got anything to do with a Jason?

5:26 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

After today, do you think Josh Bolten will be a happy camper, with
his new job and all? Makes you wonder. Since he got the job the
poll numbers have continued to SLIDE! Way to go!

5:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Patrick Henry, the bloggers here have been informed of the fact that this is a faux blog but choose to ignore it. They seem to live in a bubble and don't take kindly to having that bubble burst. Plus there is no way to convince the totally gullible that they are gullible. Patrick, you can now expect to be called a "Troll".

5:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, Fitz could solve the mystery of 'is this or isn't this a real blog' once and for all by naming the tie and we could watch for it....was going to do that anyway. Before any appearance on TV.

But it isn't clear what tie yet.

6:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Patrick Henry is the joke.

Do tell Mr. Henry, why hasn't Fitz shut it down? You don't think a prosecutor would allow someone to impersonate him for long, do you?

Did you call the janitor in Chicago at 2 AM?

6:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This in response to Patrick Henry. When I found this blog, I thought it was probably not real. But I really liked the blog. I read it every day and I read most of the comments every day. Lots of good information here. Lots of smart people with good insights. And I really like the persona of the author of From the Desk of Patrick J. Fitzgerald. What a guy that character is, and my idea of how a person of integrity and wisdom, with a great sense of humor and who holds democratic values dear, might choose to present himself. So, my decision has been to keep checking in with this blog, and I really don't care who is writing it. Everyday, reading this blog I am reminded of the best that we can be. And I desperately need that to avoid sinking into a level of cynicism and despair, that would lead me, like "the gerbil" to yearn for the bottle.

And, Mr. Henry, you are free to read this blot or not, and think what you want about it.

6:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well said, anon 7:41! I'm sure you're speaking for a majority of the people who read (and lurk) on this site.

Back to lurkdom and awaiting an announcement from the DOJ...

Patty

7:50 AM  
Anonymous e said...

beautiful thoughts anon..well said

we all wait..

8:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't believe this blog is really from Fitzgerald. First of all how could the SP find the time to support such a thing and why would he? Secondly, why would he craft such delicate cases and run the risk of the blog interfering with those cases in some irrelevent manner? I would think that keeping tight lips would be the most appropriate thing to do and certainly the SP's vanity cannot be so shallow as to require a blog to stroke his efforts.

As to why someone would do this kind of blog is really kind of sad. When disinformation is the rule of the day having another false or suspect venue is not helping. It defelcts people's attentions away from reality and provides false hope for no good reason.

This whole business of Fitsgerald being a regular guy is unnecesary. I think anybody who cares about the process is not interested in how much of a regular Joe he is but rather is more concerned with how professional and competent he is. Having a blog like this is neither professional nor competent not to mention unnecessary.

This is what happens when people are starved for the truth and cannot find a means to relieve their anxiety and concerns. This is pandering to people in the exact same way as the administration does by creating an illusion to defelct people away from reality.

As to why the real Fitzgerald does not shut this site down I would hope he is too busy with pursuing real criminals to have the time or inclination to dignify the site with actions.

I would suspect that the real creator of this site is Special Prosecutor Biloxi who posts frequently and ubiquitously. Perhaps Fitz is a personna for this blogger and he enjoys pretending that he is somehow enfranchised into the legal process.

Think about it. Here you are the special prosecutor going after the most powerful people in the country who have shown themselves to be masters of deceit, corruption and illegal behavior. So the first thing you are going to do is start a blog when you have the power of the US judicial system at your disposal? I don't think so. For the real Fitzgerald I would think that it would be most appropriate to be as above board as possible to prevent those for whom is investigating from using any hint of inpropriety from adversely affecting his efforts.

Also think about what possible advantage a blog this provides Fitzgerald? None.

8:19 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Ye, gods, here we go again! If you don't believe, you don't have to visit here. Most of us don't really care if it truly is PJF's blog, but assume it is. There is ample proof to support either theory. It is, however, a place to express our deep concerns about
the country, where it has been, and where it is headed. It is far
more uplifting to have a honest person (Patrick J. Fitzgerald) as it's figurehead than any of the other pinheads out there that would
sell us all out for a tuppance.

Happy Black Friday!
Republicans..."A scandal a day keeps your voters away."

8:39 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

PJF....a red tie with a cute little frog on the end! I know, you're much more subtle than that.
May the force be with you.

8:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Y"e, gods, here we go again! If you don't believe, you don't have to visit here."

Well, that goes without saying.


"Most of us don't really care if it truly is PJF's blog, but assume it is."

One of the problems I see that allows someone like George Bush to come to power is the fact that people have lost their ability to tell shit from shinola. Everything starts to have a verisimilitude that makes approaching the truth about anything become like Xeno's paradox. You can never get there but suffer the delusion that you are moving in the right direction.

You guys can have a blog sandbox to build your castles. Me, I am going for the truth because I have found it is always worth the effort.

Ernest Hemmingway said the secret to life is having a really good built in crap detector. I think it is a virtue if you do.

9:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And what will Mr Fitzgerald be wearing at the Press Conference today?

9:49 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

Happy Friday!

Here are the news for the morning. We are anxiously waiting on GJ's decision today.

First Entry:


Tweety Matthews think that Porkrind will be fried today!

Matthews on Rove Indictment: ‘It Could Be Today’

MSNBC’s Chris Matthews appeared was on Don Imus’ show this morning and said that Karl Rove could be indicted today.

http://thinkprogress.org/2006/05/12/matthews-on-rove-indictment-it-could-be-today/


2. The Gerbil is speaking on Monday about immigration. I will make sure that I am not home on that day!

Bush to Speak About Immigration on Monday

WASHINGTON -

President Bush plans to address the nation Monday night on the immigration debate, trying to build momentum for legislation that could provide millions of illegal immigrants a chance to become American citizens.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/ap/20060512/ap_on_go_pr_wh/bush_immigration_2


3. From Thinkprogress:

63%.
Percentage of Americans who think its acceptable that the “National Security Agency has been collecting the phone call records of tens of millions of Americans,” according to a new Washington Post/ABC News poll.

9:59 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Second entry:

Here is the actual transcript of court hearing with the little soldier and Fitz. Complimentary of Jason Leopold. Happy reading!


Libby May 5 Hearing Transcript

http://talkleft.com/LibbyCourtHearingTranscriptMay5.pdf

10:00 AM  
Blogger AnnChimpCoulter said...

...tapping her foot...patiently waiting for Fitzmas...fingers crossed...

10:07 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

America is GAME OVER.

You people are wortrying about the small things. No one here sees the big picture. Russia essentially told off the US today, and ALSO told us to get our act together in Afghanistan.

Ths posturing and gesturing is over, America stands alone as of today.

We can either cooperate with the rest of the world now, or choose to wreck everything.

Today is the day, all right. Only the big news was not Rove. It's too late.

Kathleen

10:16 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I think most of the bloggers that come to this blog on a regular basis, have one common goal. That is for a better world.

We have a dream of the way America used to be. We want that America back, and not only for us but for our children, grandchildren and all people of these great States.

We want honest and truthful politicians in our government, those that actaully want to be public servants to the people. We are sick of the deceit, greed, corruption, and lies.

We want peace in the world, we want world leaders to communicate and not think that war is the only option to solve world problems.

We have hope, faith and yes, desire to see a better world for tomorrow.

We look to leaders that bring us those things. Fitz is a person that brings us hope and faith. Whether he posts here or not, or if he reads this blog or not, is not important.

We bloggers have a respect for Fitz and his team.
We also have a respect for one another because we have common goals. :)

Now, Fitz, whether you read this or not, please have a wonderful day... and bring home the bacon!! :)

10:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is to "Kathleen"
Would appreciate your posting a link. Am aware that Putin has made some very strong statements essentially warning the US to "back off" And, given that, to me it becomes even more critical that we take steps to remedy the problems in our government that have invited all the ill will.

10:25 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

10:55 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Exhibit A" #6 for Night Owl only!

Night Owl,

A followup:

Let’s see I got this right. “Exhibit A” has ties to Abramoff. He hired Susan Ralston, Abramoff’s former assistant in 2001. Ralston was the liason between “Exhibit A” and Grover Norquist. He left Norquist to call all the shot at the WH. Now, Norquist who had been charged with fraud and money laundering who has ties to Abramoff. And Abramoff has ties to DeLay. Now, Alexander Strategy Group a lobbying firm is really part of DeLay Inc. and Abramoff Inc (basically a front to funnel money illegally). And one of Alexander Strategy Group’s biggest clients was Group W Advisors, a San Diego-based defense consultant. The company is owned by Brent Wilkes, a business man who has ties to Cunningham whom both have ties to the Hookergate scandal. In other words, “Exhibit A” is directly involved and ties in the Norquist/Abramoff/DeLay/Wilkes/
Cunningham/Hookergate saga.

10:58 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

I updated my website and put all the essential links up top.

Kathleen

11:20 AM  
Blogger basheert said...

S-Q
Nice post SQ and I do agree with you.
Speaking only for myself, I really don't care that it might be a faux blog, it is a place to come and visit with people who are all frustrated with the Bushco people, and hoping that Fitz actually will do what we think he plans to do.
Most of the info available on this blog is available elsewhere and none of us would ever think (I don't believe) that this is an inside track.

I enjoy talking with you all - do I believe it's actually Fitz? Well yes I have questions - but I still enjoy the blog and the people here.

We are here because more than anything, we care about our country and the boneheaded dictator and scumbags that are trying to ruin it.

If Rove and others need to go to jail - so be it. We'll all learn about any GJ decision when it happens.

It's also nice because a lot of the things posted provide legal info into how the system works and I find that really interesting. One of the posts involved how a GJ works - both local and federal.

Here, most of us share the same ideals and fun. So before you criticize us and believe we all worship at the Fitz alter and truly believe he is here - it really doesn't matter.

We're here because we enjoy it! We are not stupid - we are all hoping for Truth and Justice to still prevail in our country.

11:32 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

Here is more on the Enron case and closing arguments set for next week. From WSJ:

Enron: The Closings
Posted by Peter Lattman

On Monday morning, Judge Sim Lake will read the jury instructions, which will include the controversial “ostrich” defense. Then prosecutor Kathy Ruemmler will take three hours to deliver the government’s closing argument but will she be sporting her bright pink stilletos spikes?)

Then on Tuesday, a melange of lawyers for Skilling and Lay will have six hours give their closing arguments. Prosecutor Sean Berkowitz will then have a chance to respond on Wednesday.
Johnson boils what each side needs to accomplish quite nicely:
The defendants need to plant the seeds of doubt in the mind of only one of the eight women and four men on the jury to win a mistrial. Prosecutors need a unanimous verdict on at least one charge to convict.
Both Lay’s and Skilling’s lawyers previewed their themes. “This is a case that is a very complex case, and it’s got room in it for reasonable minds to disagree,” said Lay lawyer Michael Ramsey. Said Skilling attorney Daniel Petrocelli: “I’ve got to deal with five years of preconceived notions and whether any of that has changed. This is not about whether Jeff or Ken did a good job or a bad job. It’s about whether they committed crimes.”

BTW, the bright pink stilletos spikes is reference of what prosecutor Kathy Ruemmler wore. And an interesting fashion statement for an attorney!!!

11:47 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

More in the news:

Excerpt: Book suggests Libby's relationship with reporters spared him Plame coverage
Eric Boehlert

"In the new book, Lapdogs: How the Press Rolled Over for Bush, author Eric Boehlert claims that a good relationship with the press may have spared former vice presidential chief of staff I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby unflattering coverage--and as a result, silenced the media on the unfolding Plame Affair. Reprinted with permission."

http://www.rawstory.com/news/2006/Excerpt_0512.html

And a shag with help along the way too!

2. Federal agents raid home of CIA's former No. 3 boss

http://www.signonsandiego.com/news/nation/20060512-0906-foggo.html

And I wonder if they found the missing condoms and handcuffs that Potty Gross can't seem to find!

11:54 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Poor Basheert took a beating on Firedoglake.

By the way, you all did check out the Harriet Miers link, right?

This blog is voted one of the best:

http://civilities.net/MeetTheFakers

As far as what is real, I met The Man in the flesh. He is a really, really nice man. Great handshake and ladies, I certainly did not want to let go of that hand!

SPB--Thanks for the info on the young man getting hugged by Porkrind in the picture I sent last night.

Jackie--I am in the Midwest and no, I almost never get any sleep.

12:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

I had to send this. This is too funny. And I hope Fitz will post this after he is done with the GJ!

LOL!!!

Are you ready, folks??

DEAD EYE CHENEY FALLS ASLEEP AGAIN IN ANOTHER KEY MEETING!

That man needs some serious NO-DOZ. No wonder how poll numbers are sagging! I nearly died laughing again!!!

Here is the link:

http://americablog.blogspot.com/uploaded_images/cheney-sleeping-again-746570.jpg

Night owl, you are quite welcome!

12:06 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

Yes and my point was simply to say that there are procedures that a GJ follows. People were asking about timing, and discussing what Fitz did with the Libby indictment.

I simply directed them here. After all, Fitz posts on all those blogs too. And why is everyone so concerned about whether or not it's the "real" Fitz. So far no inside information has been given or even implied!

As for believing - well - I'm hoping that wherever PJF is today, that things will work out for our country! When Rove is indicted, it will be due to the efforts of one Patrick J. Fitzgerald.

12:09 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Thanks for the info night owl but it said alot about you with one phrase :ladies, I certainly did not want to let go of that hand!

No man gets such delight in holding another mans hand unless well you know what I mean. I really don't think Fitz is your type but good luck looking for Mr. right. I really hope your a girl.

Now living in the mid west should be nice for sleeping you should try relaxing and breathing the fresh air. Do they sell the cheap gas where you live I heard it like 95 cent per gallon out there. They use corn stuff let me know if its true.

12:19 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

basheert:
Thank you for your words and I enjoyed reading your post. :)
I really love this blog and for the most part, the people on here are wonderful!
Did you mention in a previous post that you are also in AZ?

12:20 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
It sounds like Cheney is having problems sleeping at night and is falling asleep during the day. I wonder what is keeping him awake at night?

12:23 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

SQ - sure am.
Already frying in Phoenix!

Yes I agree about this blog. You can always tell trolls...they LOVE to rain on people's parades don't they?

I don't care if it's a "real" PJF, it's a fun place to come visit and I've learned some stuff about legal proceedings!

12:23 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Rove, Rove Rove your BOAT GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM.........

12:24 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

basheert:
Yes, I know what you mean...I am in Scottsdale. Are you in Phoenix? Supposed to hit 102 tomorrow! Whew! Too early for this!

12:30 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q,

Cheney is having problems sleeping becuase of his guilty conscience and all of the stealing and graft that he has done! Also, he probably sleeps with one eye open under his blankie because he is afraid the "Ghost of Fitzmas" future is going to indict him! The Gerbil, on the other hand, keeps the bottle handy right next to his nightstand to quench his thirst and black out all of his problems. That's why yearning for the bottle is important to the Gerbil!!!

12:33 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

SQ
Sure looks like summer has arrived here doesn't it?
One of my painters found a rattler in my backyard a few days ago....guess they must be getting active (we back into the S Mtn Preserve.)
Yes we're in PHX (actually So of So Mtn) - I love it here...work for the local power company...hubs is at burn Unit at MMC.

12:40 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Yes, I have been hearing about the rattlers out already, all over the valley. We have coyotes all over up here in Scottsdale...they are being driven from the construction sites and of course, due to the drought. They like our pools & pets are endangered.

1:02 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
I am sure you are absoutely correct!

I had to laugh though, SPB!

The "Ghost of Fitzmas" LOL!

(I wonder if Cheney keeps a flashlight under his blankie with his biohazard suit?)

1:09 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And what does that tell you S-Q about Dead Eye Cheney?? That biohazard outfit that he wears represents: a biohazard man in society!

1:15 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

nice try SPB with why Cheney is awake at night....I would suspect it has more to do with how much more he can steal for himself and his friends before the bus goes over the bridge.

1:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, Grandmanuk!

That is how Scrooge was haunted by the 3 ghosts! All concern for his money! At least Scrooge seen his life from past, present, and the future. Cheney's future is bleak. When you make money and greed the center of your life, you are in big trouble! Cheney is the new version of the Charles Dickens' story! And best believe Cheney is afraid ofthe ghost of Fitzmas future!

1:48 PM  
Blogger Patrick Henry said...

For the record, I support Patrick Fitzgerald's work unilaterally. As I said in my previous post, he may well be the most important man in the country at this time.

I want to see the Bush administration fully investigated for all the crimes they have committed. And Mr. Fitzgerald is doing just that. Thank God!

And also for the record, I support the spirit of this blog. There is a lot of interesting information to be found on here and the contributions from the readers are informative. I meant no disrespect to any of the contributors.

However, I don't appreciate being misled by someone who CLAIMS to be Patrick Fitzgerald and is not! I think the creator of this blog should make it clear that these words do NOT officially come from Special Prosecutor Patrick J. Fitzgerald. Or else change the title of the blog itself.

And no, I did not talk to a "janitor" at 2AM. As I said previously, I spoke with a duty paralegal. If anyone doubts, what I say, I suggest you call them for yourself. http://www.usdoj.gov/usao/iln/index.html#ContactUs

Contact the Paralegal on Duty at (312) 353-5300
United States Attorney's Office
219 S. Dearborn Street, Room 500
Chicago, IL 60604

I have also encouraged the administrators blogger.com to do the same.

I am only interested in the truth. There is plenty of disinformation coming from our mainstream media these days. I would think that anyone else coming to this blog would want to read truthful information, as well.

7:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"http://www.usdoj.gov/usao/iln/index.html#ContactUs

Contact the Paralegal on Duty at (312) 353-5300
United States Attorney's Office
219 S. Dearborn Street, Room 500
Chicago, IL 60604"

Patrick Henry, are you somehow new here?

You talked to a PARALEGAL where as numerous people, including myself have talked to the main desk before.

Do you think a paralegal would have any clue whether they were privately running a blog as well!?!???

GIVE ME A BREAK!!!!!

Listen to me closely once again: This blog is real. The alito one is up in the air, but this one is officially real.

Further you can check the front page for proof. They put up legal documents, real photographs, and yes he does come here occasionally.

He does not care who is running this blog, Patrick Henry. His staff RUNS this website.

Except when he can come here to say something important, a staff member ALWAYS runs this website.

And it is indeed real as are the prosecutors here. Which by the way, it is a federal offense to impersonate a PROSECUTOR. So this in fact is a real blog hidden in plain sight.

----

1:47 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

To add to what Anonymous just said, the official office is not in Chicago neither is it at the Dearborn building.

In fact, the office of the special counsel is in Washington D.C.

And its near the CAPITOL building, which means the police would have shut this down if Fitzgerald was not sponsoring such an outlet.

Again I have the address as well. I have talked to them before, and on the phone in addition.

Most of my friends have talked to them too, and they are pretty nice people albeit secretive. In other words, don't hold your breath.

This is indeed the real thing.

1:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Patrick Henry is a douchebag and needs to get a LIFE! LOL

8:34 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

I do want to clarify one thing, the poor prosecutor is basically working two jobs in two different cities. The Soon-To-Be-Prisoner George Ryan and the recent drug bust in Chicago came out of the the Dirksen Building on Dearborn St. in his other capacity as U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois. The investigation in D.C. is supposed to be temporary.

8:38 AM  
Anonymous George Washington said...

"PATRICK HENRY" - lead by example? Hypocrite of the week award. And I called you Momma and she says she will be more diligent in enforcing your bedtime at an earlier hour. LOL Troll

8:51 AM  
Anonymous Ben Franklin said...

Patrick Henry has a right to question anything he wants if he is not sure about it. Now, be nice to each other and remember to save those pennies!

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