May 2, 2006

Open Thread...


Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Here is what is on my mind. These three articles:

1. Porkrind Rove couldn't care less about the high rise of gas price. The Grand Jury hurry up quick with an indictment because Porkrind needs to be taken down a peg!:

Who wins and loses when gas prices skyrocket?

"TIME -- It's not every day that Karl Rove gets a lesson in politics. But the President's ace strategist was brought up sharply at a recent White House meeting with a group of Republican congressional-staff chiefs when he suggested that the best approach to soaring gasoline prices was this: wait. There's no immediate fix available, so let the market work its magic, Rove said. The stratospheric pricing will reduce demand soon enough, and $3-per-gal. gas will be a memory by summer. It's basic economics."
Yeah right, Wait....

2. From America blog, Reid asked Dr. Quack requesting phone privacy for public:

Senator Reid asks Senator Frist to move ahead on cell phone privacy legislation
Here is the text letter to Dr. Quack from Reid:

3. A followup to the the soap opera: The Sin and the Sinful aka. Cunningham's scandal of hookers.:

Foggo Partied, But Hooker Charges "False, Irresponsible," CIA Says
By Justin Rood - May 2, 2006, 8:45 AM
"The CIA confirmed to the Wall Street Journal what we knew already from multiple eyewitness accounts: Kyle "Dusty" Foggo, the CIA's #3 official, attended Wilkes' poker parties at hotel suites around Washington, D.C. where prostitutes allegedly entertained."
But that's it, the agency says. He never saw any hookers -- at least not while they were playing cards."

"Good to have that on the record. Foggo's an interesting character -- with ties to Wilkes that go back more than 30 years, and have stretched as far as Central America and the Middle East. More on the two later."

The story gets more and more intersting with people ties with Wilkes and Cunningham who claim that there were no hookers!!!

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

And the little soldier is in the news. From WSJ:

"Scooter” Libby’s lawyers urged a federal judge Monday to force several media organizations to turn over e-mails, drafts of news articles and reporters’ notes, reports the AP. Reporters, say Libby’s lawyers, have “no right — under the Constitution or the common law — to deprive Mr. Libby of evidence that will help establish his innocence at trial.”
Media outlets involved in the case include NBC News, The New York Times and Time Inc.
Libby, the former chief of staff to Vice President Cheney, is accused of lying to the FBI and to the grand jury about his role in disclosing a CIA operative’s identity to reporters and then obstructing the investigation. His legal team is led by William Jeffress of Baker Botts and Ted Wells of Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison."

Blah, Blah Blah! This is definately the defintion of the insanity for the little soldier!!

10:48 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...


On a previous post you said something about 23 counts. What were you referring to?

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

No, I mention 23 pages for Rove not counts. That was a typing error on my end. I was referring to the 22 pages of Libby's charges. I said 23 because Rove has a lot of more charges than Libby..

11:27 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

We need a US Attorney to investigate the rest of Corrupticut, namely Morano's Office and Blumenthal's Office.

11:38 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Ok, now I understand.

The sooner this is all over with, the sooner this country can start healing and going forward. :)

11:40 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Oh, Oh! Lokks like the Gerbil is still pissed about Colbert's act! The Gerbil needs to get off it in my opinion. Leaders have to take ridicule and this imbecile can't!! From Thinkprogress:

"Colbert walk-out: The Comedy Central host "won a rare silent protest from Bush aides and supporters Saturday when several independently left before he finished." One Bush aide "said that the president was visibly angered by the sharp lines that kept coming. 'I've been there before, and I can see that [Bush] is [angry],' said a former top aide. ' He's got that look that he's ready to blow.'"

Now this article is interesting:

"ADMINISTRATION -- DESPITE HUNDREDS OF NEW POLITICAL APPOINTEES, WHITE HOUSE HIRING OF MINORITIES AND FEMALES PLUNGES: A new report by the Democratic members of the House Government Reform Committee finds that during the Bush administration's first five years, "the number of political appointees on the federal payroll has soared while the number of minority and female political appointees has declined dramatically." According to the report, "over 300 new political appointees have been added to the federal payroll" since January 2001, while the number of "Schedule C" political appointees, "who are hired without public transparency or congressional approval, has increased by over 400," a jump of 33 percent. Meanwhile, the administration "has added 564 white political appointees and reduced the number of minority political appointees by 273, representing a 50% decline in the proportion of minority political appointees serving in the federal government." Also, as a proportion of all political appointees, female appointees have declined from 45 percent to 36 percent since 2000. The report notes, "The Clinton Administration reduced the overall number of political appointees by 17%, increased the proportion of female political appointees by 15%, and more than doubled the proportion of minority political appointees. All three trends have been reversed in the Bush Administration."

11:42 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Let's not forget Cheney. Fitz is indicting Rove but Cheney is not off of the hook. Cheney is the umbilical cord of money that we need to cut immediately. By getting Cheney too, this will cripple the power of the Gerbil. This may forced the Gerbil to resign before he gets impeached. So, stay tuned!!!

11:46 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

What about Hadley? Isn't he still in the picture too?

11:48 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yup!!! I wouldn't worry about Hadley since he has a criminal record in the '80's with the 1.1 million insurance fraud that he was involved in and of course, changing his name. But, if Fitz can squeeze information from Hadley by bringing up his past, Hadley may deliver more goods about those emails between Hadley and Rove and that secret meeting spearheaded by Cheney in March 2003 to discredit Joe Wilson.

11:54 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Bush is about to blow! I bet he hit that bottle Saturday night!

11:59 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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12:04 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

So, SPB, have you seen those 23 pages yet?

12:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yup, yearning for the bottle!!!

Now this next article is a serious joke and laughable. Frist blames Clinton to high price of gas. Next thing you know the GOP will blame the one-armed bandit! From Thinkprogress:

Frist on High Gas Prices: It’s Clinton’s Fault »

"This morning on the Today Show, Sen. Majority Leader Bill Frist was interviewed about high gas prices. Frist argued that if Bill Clinton had not vetoed a bill opening up the Artic Refuge to drilling in 1996, prices would be much lower. Frist said, “It’s a matter supply and demand. Right now we would have increase supply if [drilling in the wildlife refuge] had not been vetoed by President Clinton.”

Yet, this is the same "immoral" ex-President that they claimed was called in to rescue the Gerbil not once but twice: Hurricane Katrina and Tsunami

12:05 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


No... But, Fitz gave everyone a hint of what those pages may look like from his posting of the 22 pages of Libby's filings. Can't really say much until the GJ agrees to Fitz's request of indictment of Rove and the those documents become public filing....

12:07 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Come on Fitz, tell me you have found a tie to match that suit for the press conference! :)

12:16 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

RE: The high cost of gas.

I think we need to throw a really high tax on the oil companies profits until the price of gas comes down to say....$1.00 a gal. :)

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

It doesn't matter what tie or outfit that Fitz wears as long as the GJ wants indictment for Porkrind. Just make sure he wears deoderant. We don't want the people to pass out from the press conference in the Fitzmas moment on the camera!

More problems with the Federal Reserve person. This is showing the public how inexperienced this man is. He has to thank the Gerbil for hiring him:

Honeymoon over for Bernanke
Recent report shows the central bank chairman, committed to more openness, needs to choose his words more carefully.

"NEW YORK ( - Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke came into his new job promising more openness but he seems to be learning the hard way that he's got to watch every word he says.
On Monday a TV report saying Bernanke felt that investors were misinterpreting his testimony on Capitol Hill last week spooked financial markets.

It's worrisome that people would look at me as dovish and not necessarily an aggressive inflation-fighter," CNBC anchor Maria Bartiromo quoted Bernanke as saying, according to a report that said Bernanke made the comments to her over the weekend at the White House correspondents' dinner in Washington.
The Federal Reserve declined to comment on the report.
"The news hit the tape as a complete surprise and it blew up because it was unexpected and sort of clumsy," Pierre Ellis, chief economist for global bond trading at Decision Economics, said Tuesday morning.
Bernanke needs to choose his words more carefully and they should always be to the public, Ellis said. "Bernanke was quite free as a (Fed) governor but he can't do that now. If he does, it's going to be a different regime with more volatility" in financial markets, Ellis added

"I don't know if this is a rookie mistake or if this was a mistake made by an academic in the real world, but it's very disappointing," D. A. Davidson's Hurley said."

12:29 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Know the crimes, especially "fibro" people. The scientific *fraud* in Lyme Disease:

Corrupticut Videos

12:31 PM  
Blogger Former Fed said...

It was interesting to go to a party last week with my good Republican friends - fraternity brothers and golfing partners and hear what they were talking about.

Certainly not about how stupid Bush is nor how our policy on Israel/Palestine has more than one side, nor how the Bushies are ruining our military. All of these topics have gotten me almost ostracized over the last three years - one wife actually moved her place card so she wouldn't have to sit next to me.

These people are reasonably affluent and all in the retired or soon to be retired stage of their lives. I would assume that quite a few are still in the 32% part of the population that support Bush.

My eternal question has been and will be - "How can these nice, intelligent people still keep their mouths (and minds) shut after all that has gone on with the Bush administration?"

I am perplexed

12:32 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

NYTimes, Science Gatekeepers Incompetence and Fraud in the journals

12:33 PM  
Blogger teak said...

SPB, The Decider doesn't have to look politically correct anymore....his true colors about minorities and women. He doesn't need to 'take' an election in the public eye again....and if the decider chooses a third term...he will probably just do it.

Democrats must come together and win this November so we can get to the bottom of things, I hope. Without the truth being exposed completely, (not those loose ends kind of deals as usual) this country cannot grieve or heal. What kind of message would that send to those who are corrupted and not caught? Lay low for a bit, then business as usual?

12:36 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Sorry former fed....denial makes people lose all their common sense or any reasoning. Hopefully, one day the light bulb will go off for them before it is too late. Deep down, they probably already know it though, admitting it is something else.

12:40 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Kathleen, what are those? And just say it in plain English, please.

I haven't given you my medical history, so I don't know if I can be diagnosed yet. I'm not a chemist so explain it in lay terms please...but I will read it. Thanks.

12:50 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

"My eternal question has been and will be - "How can these nice, intelligent people still keep their mouths (and minds) shut after all that has gone on with the Bush administration?"

I am perplexed"


Answer: I have very wealthy relatives who all told me I was insane to concerned about Bush/Gore Oil/War before this asshole wasn't elected the first time (2000).

Now they want me to join a "Boycott Exxon Gas Stations" group.

So, that's not an answer, that just shows you what the affluent are interested in- making money, and they will literally declare you insane for being a human rights activist. Me and my kids have Lyme and I am a BigPharma chemist.

I *seen* em. I *know* these rich people, up close. They're neauveau riche and have no real class. STUPID SNOBS. Wealth does not equal Intelligence, contrary to the AEI's position on minorities.

12:51 PM  
Anonymous waterflake said...

Is it really that easy to be above the law?

Bush challenges hundreds of laws

President cites powers of his office

By Charlie Savage, Globe Staff | April 30, 2006

WASHINGTON -- President Bush has quietly claimed the authority to disobey more than 750 laws enacted since he took office, asserting that he has the power to set aside any statute passed by Congress when it conflicts with his interpretation of the Constitution.

12:53 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


You are right about the Gerbil. He doesn't look politically correct. I remembered in the Gerbil;s first term how he got in the soapbox about having minorities in his cabinet. All that blah, blah, blah, in 2000-2006. Yes, he got Girl Friday, Powell, and Gonzo and true examples of minorities to look up to. Then, the Gerbil showed his true face in Katrina and thanks to singer and rapper Kayne West for those pointed words about the Gerbil. But, the Gerbil really showed his relationship with minorities when he didn't attending of the NAACP events during two terms saying that "he had another planned schedule." He said this year after year. And when he finally went to a NAACP, he look like he had diarrhea because he can only sit for 8 seconds at the event before he got up and left the event. Rev. Al Sharpton pointed that out of the Gerbil's abrupt departure. I think that the minorities scared him to death and he was yearning for the bottle. Finally, he panhandled for two terms for the latino votes (legal or illegal citizens). As long as the latinos voted for the Gerbil. Then, the Gerbil stabbed them in the back and says that they can't sing the National Anthem in spanish and they need to learn the English language. It is okay for the Gerbil to bring the minorities out as though they are expensive China and then disregard the minorities as if they are yesterday's laundry!!! Yes, it is up to the Democrats to step up to the plate but it is also up to the American people to take back this country! You ask: "What kind of message would that send to those who are corrupted and not caught?"
That is the opposite message that Fitzgerald had sent to Gov. Ryan, the little soldier, and now Porkrind and soon Dead Eye Cheney: "Say no to Graft because if you do the crime, then you will do the time."

12:58 PM  
Anonymous e said...

I think the great lesson to learn here is that there are many people like Karl Rove across this great Nation. I can only speak for the Southern culture that I know well..Slavery did not die in the south it morphed into people like this administration and KKKarl Rove


...I call them men and women (Condi too.) (who descends from the "passed" (ole black term) who lived in the big house who developed their own cast system against their darker Negroes, and by her demeanor she expresses that to me)now back to KKKarl... he is a poor white man who latched onto the wealthy family intown(he went cheap, $157000,00 a year)you know ..the families who line their pin stripe suits in the KKK white sheets of their ancestors...
This POTUS was a uniter alright he united the hate of the NORTH & SOUTH ELITEST...
thus your southern history lesson..
but the other states have their factors too
Utah and Big love comes to mind..Orrin Hatch.. illegal alien abuse..until these "shitted nest"(my mother's term the only curse word she ever used throughout her life)) against democracy are removed from each State in this Nation we are not free..WE ARE ONLY AS FREE AS THE POOREST MAN OR WOMAN IN EACH SMALL SOCIETY AND TOWN THROUGHTOUT AMERICA..

1:11 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...


It's a joke between Fitz and I about the tie. I had asked him when he was going to hold the press conference and he said, he didn't know, he was having a hard time finding the right tie! LOL!

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

I think Jackie will help Fitz with the tie! I don't think that anyone in this blog should worry since she is a "mother hen" to him!

I had mention the little soldier's filing. Here ithe 45 page document filed. He is really waiting everyone's time.

"In a 45-page filing, Libby's lawyers said reporters have "no right _ under the Constitution or the common law _ to deprive Mr. Libby of evidence that will help establish his innocence at trial."
1. Here is Part 1 of the Consolidated response (23 page .pdf):

2. Here is Part 2 (27 page .pdf)

I like the the little soldier's words that it would "establish his innocence." He should have said the one-armed bandit is the leaker.

1:26 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

My videos definitely explain it in lay terms and I point you to where to discover these things on your own.

My website has plenty of scanned in journal articles, and of course, the links to who owns what patents.

CDC is corrupt.

1:33 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Thanks, I started watching one.

I understand where you are coming from now. I think I misunderstood you before....sorry. I haven't been sleeping or feeling well so I tend to do that. Thanks.

2:13 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Yes, SPB, I am sure Jackie will take very good care of Fitz. She looks out for Fitz. :)
I thought his answer to me just proved what a great sense of humor he has. :)

2:19 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

(*Wolfowitz* is guiltier than Osama bin Laden, as is *Chertoff*, Gonzales, and Ashcroft)

Wha-chu doonin now, Mr. Pat? Let's have a topic, not an open thread. Clarify why Miller went to jail because that is a hot topic because of Colbert and the wimpy dorks in mass media. There should be a clarication between leaking *for* Bushspin and leaking *against* Bushcrimes. Gonzales made Bush a God after he committed the crimes, so you owe us. Bush is a new version of an untouchable.

The Untouchable vs The Untouchable.
(The Force be with you.)

The very fact that Libby and Rove discredited Wilson because Wilson found out the truth, and later the Downing Street Memo, proves they lied us into a war. Excellent AIPAC planning. Ya gotta givem credit. They hijacked the biggest destructive military machine in human history. Reminds me of MasterBlaster.
Tuesday, May 2, 2006 1:00 p.m. EDT

Howard Dean: Karl Rove Guiltier than Osama Bin Laden

Democratic National Committee chairman Howard Dean is telling reporters that there's no doubt top White House aide Karl Rove is guilty in the Valerie Plame Leakgate case.

Three years ago, however, Dean urged caution when it came to assessing the guilt of Osama bin Laden, whose role in the Sept. 11 attacks, he said, should not be prejudged.

"There's no question that Rove was the one that leaked the information about the CIA agent's name," Dean told MSNBC's Nora O'Donnell on Friday.

But when it came to the Al Qaida terror chief, Dean insisted that bin Laden was innocent until proven guilty.

"I still have this old-fashioned notion that even with people like Osama, who is very likely to be found guilty, we should do our best not to, in positions of executive power, not to prejudge jury trials," he told the Concord Monitor in Dec. 2003.

The guiltier-than-bin Laden Rove, said Dean, is "a big liability for the administration," since he "continually reminds the American people that the president wasn't truthful about firing leakers, in addition to not being truthful about a number of other things."

He pledged that if Democrats win back Congress in November, they'll launch a new round of investigations into supposed White House corruption.

"No doubt there will be investigations because there's been so much corruption in the White House and the vice president's office, even the Republican Senate president is under investigation for insider trading."

Asked whether Democrats would try to impeach President Bush, Dean told O'Donnell: "It's possible."

2:24 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yes, he has a sense of humor for a prosecutor. There are few attorneys out there that can have a sense of humor. Some are too serious not have a little sense of humor. After all, he did say that he wanted to breakdance at the holiday party (which I know would never happen because there would be too many witnesses and enough people dying laughing if he ever had an inkling to breakdance)!

2:27 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

More news on the contraversial spanish anthem. From

"But Bush’s highly-scripted 2001 inaugural ceremony actually featured a rendition of the national anthem sung in Spanish by Jon Secada. From Cox News Service, 1/18/01:
The opening ceremony reflected that sentiment. A racially diverse string of famous and once famous performers entertained Bush, soon-to-be First Lady Laura Bush, Vice President-elect Richard B. Cheney and his wife, Lynne, who watched on stage from a special viewing area.
Pop star Jon Secada sang the national anthem in English and Spanish.
Apparently, Secada singing the anthem in Spanish was a regular feature of the Bush campaign. From the 8/3/00 Miami Herald:
The nominee, his wife Laura, erstwhile rival John McCain and his wife Cindy joined Bush on a platform where children sang the national anthem - in “Spanglish,” Secada explained.
This morning, ThinkProgress revealed that, according to Kevin Phillip’s book American Dynasty, Bush himself sang the national anthem in Spanish. Looks like Bush’s conviction that “the national anthem ought to be sung in English” was something he acquired very recently."
The Gerbil: Busted!!!

2. Q & A from reporter to Buckaroo McFelon:

CNN’s Ed Henry is on the case:

"HENRY: Scott, on Friday the president firmly said he believes the national anthem should be sung in English. Kevin Phillips, the Republican analyst, wrote a book called American Dynasty. And in there, he claims that, during the president’s 2000 campaign, he did sing The Star Spangled Banner in Spanish at some Hispanic festivals, various campaign events.
Are you aware that you recall that from the 2000 campaign?
MCCLELLAN: No, I don’t.
HENRY: Do you think that that would be counter to what the president laid out on Friday?
MCCLELLAN: I don’t recall that, and I’m not going to try and speculate on something I haven’t looked into."

He is looking into it. In English: McFelon is looking for a hole to crawil into to avoid the question.

2:31 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

You have a good sense of humor too, don't you SPB? I've seen your humor on here as well. :)

2:36 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yes, I do! We live in some stressful times but a good sensor of humor is one the best medicine. Doctors and the media should recommend humor instead of promoting prescription drugs!!

2:41 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hastert is certainly a hypercite.

"Hastert plans to meet today with ExxonMobil’s CEO.
“It goes to show how independent the Speaker is to challenge oil companies to increase investment in American oil and gas to help bring prices down for hardworking American families,” said Hastert spokesman Ron Bonjean, responding to a question on whether contributions Hastert has accepted from oil companies would result in a loss of leverage."
Nice fluff from Hastert's mouthpiece. But this is interesting statisitcs from politicalmoneyline:

Oil Money

Who got it
Rep. Joe Barton (R-Texas) $31,500
Sen. Conrad Burns (R-Mont) $23,500
Rep. Tom DeLay (R-Texas) $22,500
Rep. Richard Pombo (Calif.) $21,000
Sen. Craig Thomas (R-Wyo.) $20,500
Sen. George Allen (R-Va.) $20,100
Speaker Dennis Hastert (R-Ill.) $20,000
Sen. Trent Lott (R-Miss.) $16,000
Sen. Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-Texas) $12,250
Sen. John Ensign (R-Nev.) $12,000

Who paid it
Top Ten Oil PACs Donations this year (% to GOP)
ExxonMobil $196,450 (91)
ChevronTexaco $104,000 (73)
Occidental $97,000 (88)
Ashland $72,240 (79)
Marathon Oil $58,600 (88)
Sunoco $48,000 (75)
Anadarko $44,500 (96)
ConocoPhillips $40,500 (88)
BP $28,000 (86)
Shell Oil $23,000 (91)
All information is from politicalmoneyline.

2:50 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yes, I do! We live in some stressful times but a good sensor of humor is one the best medicine. Doctors and the media should recommend humor instead of promoting prescription drugs!!

Hey SP Biloxi- You're a smart one, too! I like to make up medical words because psychiatrists say that means we're insane, and made-up words are "neologisms," which is in itself a neologism, made-up by psychiatrists. They also accuse us Lyme patients of having "antibiomania" - The condition where we think antibiotics will cure an bacterial infection, instead of admitting that we're hypochondriacs.

And these are "doctors" now, who write the DSM diagnostic codes to diagnose others. Clearly it's all made-up nonsense. They get totally hysterical when I fling facts at them. I'm talking, you can see the seething anger in their faces.

And they say WE'RE crazy, when they just proved THEY are, since how can you be angry at a fact?

Antifactomania. Oh, Wasn't that what Colbert was talking about this weekend?

2:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What the hell did Howard Dean bump his head on--comments too far overboard are not taken seriously. If he would take it down just one notch, more people would listen.

SPB--those oil money stats have to be underestimated.

Those of you will too much time on your hands, go check out for whom Hastert's son works for, Joshua (I believe) the son who used to own Seven Dead Arson. That tattoo of Thumper getting shot up with heroin must have made him qualified for the job. NOT!

3:13 PM  
Blogger Charles said...

Dear PFJ, I am in angst as I check several times daily to see if you have scheduled a press conference. I so do hope you have the goods to skewer Karl "Turdblosson" Rove. I can only hope that you are just making him sweat. It's the waiting for the trap door to open that's the most painful.
Pray tell oh great one, if thy sees fit to but give us a clue, wouldst thou simply post this coded message "Wink, wink, nudge, nudge", and we shall know.
P.S. I am a cartoonist (JPG) and wish to offere it to you, but alas I can find no email address to send it to. Possibly an intermediary will do, oh great one.
Rove's a pig that needs to be cooked slowly on high heat for two weeks and then buried in the dump.

3:30 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

"Anonymous said...

What the hell did Howard Dean bump his head on--comments too far overboard are not taken seriously. If he would take it down just one notch, more people would listen."

In order to swing thinking back towards the middle, ya have to shock people. Dean is the antidote to American politics. "Spare no fools" Dean.

Here's the Colbert transcript, BTW, by himself:

Now where's Mr. Pat. The subject is How to bounce Gonzo and Ashcroft into the klink with the cabal. We can't have criminals and sycophants in the USDOJ. Who decided The Decider was The Decider, and who decided the 250 emails should disappear after Gonzo said "Don't do that," and how did they reappear?

And what's next after the Obstruction of Justice charges?

The Decider decided it was okay to leak Plame ONLY, and he was given that authority by whom? There seems to be a gap of about a week or 10 days between the bogus parsing of NSA data, and the actual leak.

Cheney and Bush said it was okay to discredit Wilson, because if Wilson was believed the WH would look like it was involved in deliberate FRAUD, but instead, by leaking Plame, they revealed that the war WAS deliberate FRAUD, for why else would they discredit Wilson?

The motive in the Plame crime was to cover up the first crime. I want this puzzle unscrambled now, because we need a decent US Attorney up here in Corrupticut ASAP. Ragaglia defrauded the federal government over how many kids needed to be kidnapped, because she wrote the bills to "increase the DCF's spending" to "meet federal spending requirements" to get more federal dollars into Corrupticut.

So, the children were actually the medium of exchange, and the DCF did not give the extra federal TANF money to the poor families. They simply used the TANF funds to take away more children. It's snowballing and it is an epidemic, and MRS. US Attorney Kevin O'Connor was THERE, in Rowland's legal office, while all this crime went on.

HELLO? Mr. Fitzgerald? Or whoever is pretending to be his blogger? Can you pass this along? We need a US Attorney.


3:37 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

You can see how billion dollar companies such as Pfizer and Merck stay in businesses. Majority of America are so medicated from drugs that have to take my any type of problem that is not medical that it is ridiculous! Now, we have teenagers that are taking over-the-counter medications and becoming addicted. Now, you have obesity issues in adults and children across. Too bad the Gerbil cut out problems to assist these problems. The money is being frisbeed to a country that we should have never invaded.


I believe that there are more oil stats that have been reported or we are unaware. But, rest assured , the Gerbil's buddies had their hands in the pot for oil profit? Is that the reason for the invasion of Iraq: oil and profits???

3:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think the press conference to announce the charges against Rove will be on Friday. We'll then have a new holiday to celebrate - Fitzo de Mayo.

3:56 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

You can see how billion dollar companies such as Pfizer and Merck stay in businesses. ...

I used to work for Pfizer. How is it I am the only BigPharma whistleblower?

I should write a book on the social anthropology of BigPharma. Some people there drug their own kids with ADHD drugs, and then wonder how they end up in the prisons, stealing stuff to sell for Dope and Crack.

It's sort of a myopia. I evolved out of it because I got Lyme disease. I used to think we were helping people, too, although I personally had no interest in drugs for personal use. Of any kind.

"Drugs are for *sick* people," ya know? That's how we used to think. You must remember those days.


4:12 PM  

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