May 4, 2006

The Last Chapter...

is a work in progress.
Maybe I will pen the epilogue for her. ;)


Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And I sure that the American people will be curious to be introduce to the infamous person who made headlights in this country and outside the country that directly and indirectly exposed the corrupted Gerbil Administration. Unfortunately, it costed her the 20 year career in the CIA. This the last chapter of her life and career in the CIA. But, I think that her given talents and career path that she chooses will be a new and beginning chapter for Ms. Wilson.

2:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

She is our Paul Revere of the 21st century. Riding in her Caddy with her
white knight husband driving...

2:44 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...


When the movie is made, who would you like to see play YOU?

2:44 PM  
Anonymous George Clooney said...

Me, of course!

2:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Now that would be interesting for actor, George Clooney to play Fitz. I just want to know who will portray Porkrind, the little soldier (now, he is easy, it can be one of the actors in the munchkinland in the Wizard of Oz), Dead Eye Cheney, and of course, The Gerbil????

2:53 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Well Truman Capote would have been good for Porkrind
for more than one reason....

2:56 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Now ,maybe the actor who won the Oscar who portrayed Capote can play Porkrind.... It would make an interest movie or documentary. I am sure when this case is over we are going to hear more dirt and non-GOP family values that will be equivilent to the latest Hookergate news with Cunningham/Wilkes.

3:00 PM  
Anonymous e said...

3:00 PM  
Anonymous e said...

3:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

J.D. Hayworth (AZ Blowhard) could play Rove - they both resemble Porky Pig!


3:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


More and more information about corrupted Gerbil Administration are coming out!

1. Now we know how and why Faux news played a major role in the Gerbil winning the first term in office:

The Fox News Effect
By Richard Morin
The Washington Post
Thursday 04 May 2006

"We report. You decide. Does President Bush owe his controversial win in 2000 to Fox cable television news?"
"Yes, suggest data collected by two economists who found that the growth of the Fox cable news network in the late 1990s may have significantly boosted the Republican Party's share of the vote in the 2000 election and delivered Florida to Bush."
"Our estimates imply that Fox News convinced 3 to 8 percent of its audience to shift its voting behavior towards the Republican Party, a sizable media persuasion effect," said Stefano DellaVigna of the University of California at Berkely and Ethan Kaplan of Stockholm University.
"In Florida alone, they estimate, the Fox effect may have produced more than 10,000 additional votes for Bush - clearly a decisive factor in a state he carried by fewer than 600 votes."

2. Another ex-CIA Analyst speakes the truth about the bogus connection with Saddam Hussein and Al-Queda:

Ex-CIA Analyst Condemns Bush 'Manipulation Campaign' on Iraq
Agence France-Presse
Thursday 04 May 2006
A former Middle East specialist of the US Central Intelligence Agency has condemned what he called an organised campaign of manipulation by the Bush administration to justify the Iraq war.
Paul Pillar, a former CIA analyst specialising in counter-terrorism in the Middle East and Asia, said in an interview with the Spanish newspaper El Pais that the United States had particularly wanted to prove a link between Al-Qaeda and Saddam Hussein.

"That was not the case," he was quoted as saying. "I suppose by some definitions that could be called a lie."
"There was an organised campaign of manipulation," El Pais also quoted Pillar as saying. "That would be the proper way to define it."

"The problem was the wider message, the attempt to spread the impression that there was a terrorist alliance between Iraq and Al-Qaeda," Pillar was also quoted as saying.

Yes, it was a campaign of manipulation and programming frin the Gerbil.

3:08 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Billy Bob Thornton could play the Gerbil.

3:09 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Allow us to put in a word for DAG James Comey:

Thanks Mr. Comey for slipping us off the Fitzgerald Unit.


3:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I have to laugh S-Q when you mention Billy Bob Thornton playing the Gerbil!! Ha Ha! I go for Jon Stewart for play that role.

3:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Countdown to indictment hour....

4:30 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...


4:40 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Yes, SPB, Jon Stewart would be good! :)

4:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Because as Chertoff later on pointed out, law enforcement and others are all in the spy net together: the PNAC junta's repressive control covers all and everything. To many observers and without maybe even knowing it -

Chertoff indicated that the drama of 9/11* - the killing of around 3000 people in the WTC inferno -

was an inside job* by the PG racket: "because terrorists are going to bring bombs and weapons, and not by flying bombers or coming in in Naval vessels, but by sneaking in, under cover of our ordinary civilian life.'' - A Freudian 'slip of the tongue'?


Speaking about the legitimate resistance against the genocidal PNAC policy as: 'actions by the enemy' -

Chertoff offered the solution to keep disturbing dissidents at bay: "Properly used and properly shared, intelligence gives us the ability to anticipate what the enemy is going to do. And if we anticipate it, we can intercept it. It also means we can protect ourselves with less inconvenience to our ordinary day to day activities, our freedoms, our prosperity."


He's NOT speaking about defending the constitutional rights of the people that pay him and his ilk: "So, intelligence is a tool that not only pays off in terms of better security, but actually enhances our civil liberties and our economic prosperity." he said. -

That's what's called Shutzpa! Who's 'security'? Who's 'liberties'? Who's 'prosperity'?


How far the Homeland Security control system infiltrates, and the ways in which the 'sheeple' and dissidents daily are 'managed', was described by Chertoff too: "Intelligence is about the thousands and thousands of routine, everyday observations and activities. Surveillances, interactions

each of which may be taken in isolation as not a particularly meaningful piece of information, but when fused together, gives us a sense of the patterns and the flow that really is at the core of what intelligence analysis is really about.

We have many interactions every day, every hour, at the border, on airplanes, with the Coast Guard. And what we need to do is to vacuum all those up and get them fused and analyzed so we can not only take appropriate action ourselves, but so we can share it with our state and local partners." -

The Amazing Spider-Man Chertoff is everywhere with his web, or as the Nazis phrased it: Achtung! Der Feind h�rt mit! - Beware! The enemy is listening!"

The New World Order "game" AIPAC.

Any questions? He's just having a freudian 'slip' about the fact it wasn't planes that blew up the towers....


4:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Darfur the movie cost 7 million and was made by Doctor's Without Borders. The press party got the Bush's moving on Darfur(ONE program, Peace Corps, AID), but its just for TV............

5:53 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

I think Will Farrell(ELF) should play the gerbil. Who is that actor that played Oswald in JFK? Intense guy? Kind of oily and creepy - just like Libby - and I think he's pretty right wing too..

And the guy to play Rove is Phillip Seymour Hoffman (he played Capote in Capote). He can exude dupicity and inner corruption and he'd nail Rove, I'm certain.

11:14 AM  

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