May 13, 2006

Red Hot..!

Karl Rove Indicted on Charges of Perjury, Lying to Investigators
By Jason Leopold
t r u t h o u t Report

Dashingly handsome and very (my edit) Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald spent more than half a day Friday at the offices of Patton Boggs, the law firm representing Karl Rove.

During the course of that meeting, Fitzgerald served attorneys for former Deputy White House Chief of Staff Karl Rove with an indictment charging the embattled White House official with perjury and lying to investigators related to his role in the CIA leak case, and instructed one of the attorneys to tell Rove that he has 24 hours to get his affairs in order, high level sources with direct knowledge of the meeting said Saturday morning.

Robert Luskin, Rove's attorney, did not return a call for comment. Sources said Fitzgerald was in Washington, DC, Friday and met with Luskin for about 15 hours to go over the charges against Rove, which include perjury and lying to investigators about how and when Rove discovered that Valerie Plame Wilson was a covert CIA operative and whether he shared that information with reporters, sources with direct knowledge of the meeting said. [

I have never been known as one who spills my candy in the lobby, but Friday was a very long day AND Karl is guilty as sin AND this grand jury hates evil doers as much as I do - so you can draw your own conclusions! Please allow me to go back to enjoying my romantic picnic. ;)

Have a great weekend.



Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Humility is truth!

8:11 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

and go Fitz!

8:12 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

So THATS why you were so quiet yesterday!

Treason is as treason does...

(Stephen Badly-your days are on the official calenda')

8:16 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

This Jason Leopold deserves a Pulitzer Prize for journalism and another medal for showing up the mainstream media. Cheers

8:19 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

He is the only one that seems to have gotten it right 99% of the time.

Still no notice of a press conference though, so I'll wait to
crack the champagne 'til then.

Have a wonderful weekend in the Windy City.

8:25 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

and don't forget to call your mother tomorrow.

8:25 PM  
Blogger The Subway Serenade said...

I sang it at Rector Stret on Friday. I sang it at Grand Army Plaza in Flatbush this afternoon, as I will tomorrow.

Goper's Lament (Hard To Be A Republican)

Thank you Patrick. I dedicate this song to you.

8:31 PM  
Blogger c said...

Two indicted and how many more to go??????? Thanks to you and your staff, some of America's finest public servants, for a job well done. But I'm still waiting for the press conference to celebrate.

8:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CNN -- A federal judge on Friday set former White House aide I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby's trial date in the CIA leak case for January 2007, two months after the midterm congressional elections. The trial for Libby, who faces perjury and obstruction of justice charges, will begin with jury selection January 8, said U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton.

8:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WASHINGTON (AP) -- In a new court filing, the prosecutor in the CIA leak case revealed that Vice President Dick Cheney made handwritten references to CIA officer Valerie Plame -- albeit not by name -- before her identity was publicly exposed.

The new court filing is the second in little more than a month by Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald mentioning Cheney as being closely focused with his then-chief of staff, I. Lewis Libby, on Bush administration critic Joseph Wilson, who is married to Plame.

With the two court filings, Fitzgerald has pointed to an important role for the vice president in the weeks leading up to the leaking of Plame's identity.

In the latest court filing late Friday, Fitzgerald said he intends to introduce at Libby's trial in January a copy of Wilson's op-ed article in The New York Times "bearing handwritten notations by the vice president." The article was published on July 6, 2003, eight days before Plame's identity was exposed by conservative columnist Bob Novak.

The notations "support the proposition that publication of the Wilson Op Ed acutely focused the attention of the vice president and the defendant -- his chief of staff -- on Mr. Wilson, on the assertions made in the article and on responding to those assertions."

The article containing Cheney's notes "reflects the contemporaneous reaction of the vice president to Mr. Wilson's Op Ed article," the prosecutor said. "This is relevant to establishing some of the facts that were viewed as important by the defendant's immediate superior, including whether Mr. Wilson's wife had 'sent him on a junket,'" the filing states.

The reference is to the fact that the CIA sent Wilson on a trip to Africa in 2002 to check out a report that Iraq had made attempts to acquire uranium yellowcake from Niger.

Wilson concluded that it was highly doubtful an agreement to purchase uranium had been made.

The Bush administration used the intelligence on supposed efforts by Iraq to acquire uranium from Africa to bolster its case for going to war.

After the invasion, with the Bush White House under pressure because no weapons of mass destruction had been found in Iraq, Wilson wrote the op ed piece for The Times. In it, he accused the Bush administration of exaggerating prewar intelligence to exaggerate an Iraqi threat from weapons of mass destruction.

Defending the administration against Wilson's accusations, Libby and presidential adviser Karl Rove promoted the idea that Wilson's wife, Plame, had sent him on the trip to Africa. Administration critics have said such a move was an attempt to undercut Wilson's credibility.

The prosecution's court papers also stated that Cheney told Libby around June 12, 2003, that Wilson's wife worked at the CIA, a month before her identity was outed.

8:56 PM  
Blogger PJ-Comix said...

If Jason Leopold has reported it then it MUST be true. Leopold has a sterling REPUTATION.

9:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Just can't understand why CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC & the rest of the Liberal press haven't reported it. Very interesting.

9:02 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

and yes he is. Guilty as sin....Porkrind will be exchanging his Armani outfit for a orange jumpsuit... What a tragedy to him: from rags to riches and back to rags... Porkrinds will really know who his friends are.. When you make yourself bigger than what you are, you certainly become a different person.. So, I have no sympathy for the Porkrinds. You don't say 'no' to graft, then your ass is grass as far I am concerned...

9:06 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Here is more news surround the leak case:

From Thinkprogress:

Cheney’s handwritten notes on Wilson revealed.

"Vice President Cheney’s handwritten notes, disclosed in a new court filing by Patrick Fitzgerald, show that he was “acutely focused” on smearing Joseph Wilson. Among the questions Cheney jotted in margins of Wilson’s op-ed: “[D]id his wife send him on a junket?”

Here is Fitz's court filing:

9:41 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yes, Fitz,

I do agree about Jason Leopold. Jason is a very humble person.. I have emailed him on several ocassions about his work. He is a very down to earth guy trying to seek the truth!!!

9:43 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hmmm... I was thinking about "Official A+ snd Official A-"

I just read the court filing in which Dead Eye Cheney had hand written notes that clearly focused on Cheney trying to discredit Wilson.. So, you are going after Sleepy Cheney??? I bet that he is the other Official A-. We know that Rove is #2 and perhaps Cheney #1????

9:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Just can't understand why CNN, CBS, ABC, NBC & the rest of the Liberal press haven't reported it. Very interesting. ----

ANON 10:02--2Basic reasons--one it has to be certain--and #2 Who do they represent?--Case closed--

9:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pat-Rick--Pug--looks like your daily Leopold thread has been banned-or censored-stepping on toes?

9:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Anonymous, 10:25

What are you talking about? Please clarify.. Thank you

10:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


MSM - Read It And Weep...

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Post a Comment On: From the Desk of Patrick J. Fitzgerald "MSM - Read It And Weep..."
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10:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

A followup to the filing on Cheney's handwritten notes. I read his notes and this is what is says word for word:

“Have they done this sort of thing before Send an ambassador to answer a question?”

“Do we ordinarily use people out pro bono to work for us?

“Or did his wife send him on a junket?”

Sounds like Cheney was clearly focused on Wilson. and notice that he mentions Wilson's wife which tells you that he knew!!!

10:47 PM  
Anonymous e said...

"Dashingly Handsome"

so true so true

10:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is the blog disabled? Is this Jason's blog all along? Who is SPB? One and the same as PJF clone? things may be adding up, sad to say.

11:43 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

PJF closed the comments on the Leopold blog at the top because its for display only.

This place is the real thing.

As to what you said SS, perhaps you should investigate LYMES disease.

Morgellans disease propping up in multiple states!

Well Kathleen it appears that you are the right one....Margellons and Lymes are a product of the Zuckermans.

Morton and Bill Zuckerman and other zionist neocons are clearly creating this virus.

Think about how many cases were reported....and the corrupt connecticut government including what happened with Zuckerman.

Now you have two and two, the zionazis must be stopped.

ALL viruses, including PROMIS must be extinguished.

11:50 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Two down two to go congradualations to you and your staff. Your hard work paid off. I noticed you gave Rove 24 hours to get his affairs in order some would not have done that. But it showed the type of person you are. A true example to us all.

12:16 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

"Lookin' for a Leader
To bring our country home
Re-unite the red white and blue
Before it turns to stone

Lookin' for somebody
Young enough to take it on
Clean up the corruption
And make the country strong

Walkin' among our people
There's someone who's straight and strong
To lead us from desolation
And a broken world gone wrong

Someone walks among us
And I hope he hears the call
And maybe it's a woman
Or a black man after all

Yeah maybe it's Obama
But he thinks that he's too young
Maybe it's Colin Powell
To right what he's done wrong

America has a leader
But he's not in the house
He's waling here among us
And we've got to seek him out

Yeah we've got our election
But corruption has a chance
We got to have a clean win
To regain confidence

America is beautiful
But she has an ugly side
We're lookin' for a leader
In this country far and wide

We're lookin' for a leader
With the great spirit on his side

Someone walks among us
And I hope he hears the call
And maybe it's a woman
Or a black man after all"

That was such a powerful song I had to post it here again.

But there is a point to it. This leader is already walking among us.

This leader knows the truth and can expose the election theft and many things once and for all, and he's ready to bring his band of black americans and democrats to D.C. Jeff Fisher and he's not afraid to do it.

This leader walks among us-and he is striving for his day

But right now he is penniless and on the run like many others, there is a long road ahead.

2:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This blog has been forwarded to DOJ. You will be contacted soon

7:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"This blog has been forwarded to DOJ. You will be contacted soon"


8:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thank you

..and now, to enjoy the evening:

" of the best and most important documentary films to be made in many years."(The newest one)

The Corporation (145 min)

See it at:

(or an alternate to Kung Fu Hustle (good, nevertheless)

The Big White

You could almost call your blog the house of divinity:

Divinity means two things:
(academic discipline) - It's divine (lol)
(confectionery) - A soft white candy, usually containing nuts

(Take the sweeter of the two, or both!)

To everyone who holds PJF dear,
xx :)

9:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

funny, Fitzgerald was in court for several hours Friday, yet he also spent 15 hours with Luskin????? My how he can split his identity.

9:16 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

Happy Sunday and Happy Mother's Day!

Anon at 12:43 am:

This is the real Patrick J. Fitzgerald's blog. Some of his staff do contribute to his posting and website. The documents that are on this website is actual public inofmration... This is not Jason Leopold's website. Leopold is a free lance journalist of Now, a PJF's clone??? I guess I find that as a compliment since Fitzgerald is a brilliant attorney. I will have to try to reach that type of standard as an attorney. I rather be called a clone of PJF than the clone of the Gerbil!!!! I couldn't imagine that. We would be in trouble on this planet if we have Gerbil clones wondering this earth being lame ducks and yearning for the bottle often. There would be Betty Ford centers than houses built!!!

9:23 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Happy Mother's Day!

About the NSA tapping. SPB, can individuals sue the phone company for illegal tapping w/o a warrant? I'll bet I was tapped (tons of overseas calls to IRAQ) Why wait for class action? I want to sue everyone involved- I am so mad about this!

No, I wasn't "talkin' to Al-Queda".

People tell me all the time they like my button "IMPEACH BUSH"-this time last year, I got dirty looks for times change.

9:45 AM  
Blogger jan said...

9:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My apologies of OT, but I just read this item on Raw Story. It is about a really bizarre illness, that may have some coincidence with being diagnosed with Lyme's disease. This is for Kathleen. Hope she sees it.

9:57 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Yes, you can sue your local carrier if they are involved in the wiretapping. My suggestion is to contact your local carrier and ask to speak to the manager. So, far, Verizon has a class action lawsuit. And I know that AT&T will be sued... In fact, I think that all of the carriers will have class actiion lawsuits...

10:03 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Here are the news:

First entry:

This is too funny. But, I have the commend the journalist for calling Rove's attorney: Robert Luskin!

My Non-Conversation With Robert Luskin

"Jason Leopold's article today reporting Rove has been indicted was filled with such unique detail. I wanted to know if it was true. Who better to ask than Robert Luskin, even though I don't know him from Adam. I got his phone number from Jason, and here's what happened. Shorter version: I doubt I'll ever do this again."

"7:55 pm. I just got off the phone with Rove's lawyer Robert Luskin. I'm sure I made a new enemy. I called at 7:47 pm my time which is 9:47 his time. In a run-on sentence, I introduced myself as a criminal defense lawyer and said I was calling about Jason Leopold's article because if it wasn't true, I wanted to write that it wasn't true. He said, "Why are you calling me at 10:00 on a Saturday night. It's so inappropriate." I apologized and said because it's an important story and if it's not true I wanted to say so. I looked at the clock on my computer and saw it was 9:48 or so his time.
He said something like "It's completely not true and you shouldn't be calling me at 10:00 on a Saturday night. You should be calling Mark Corallo [Rove's media strategist.]"

"But here's the thing. I didn't even have a chance to explain which of Jason's articles I was writing about or that Jason had reported Rove was indicted. For all I know, Luskin hasn't seen that article and his denial pertained to an earlier article written by Jason."

"Luskin continued to chastise me for calling so late on a Saturday night, saying "This is Washington, you don't call people at 10:00 on a Saturday night." I apologized again and said I was in Denver and it was two hours earlier and it hadn't occurred to me that it would be too late to call Washington. He said "Well it should have occurred to you." I asked if I could call him tomorrow. He said "No" and hung up.
Now you know why I always say I'm don't break news, I analyze it. I made an exception because I knew this would be a big deal in the blogosphere and I simply wanted to verify or refute it given that the mainstream media had not reported on it despite a few hours passing since Jason's article went up on Truthout."

"I did leave a voice-mail message for Mark Carrallo but I doubt I'll get a return call. And no, I'm not going to call either of them back. I'm going back to what I do best, link, analyze and opine based on others' news reporting and information from sources I know personally."

And there you have it!!

10:07 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Second entry:

More on Hookergate:

What's $20,000 Per Night Between Friends?
By Paul Kiel - May 13, 2006, 12:57 AM

"Earlier this week, The Wasington Post reported that part of the investigation into Dusty Foggo's relationship with Brent Wilkes was that Wilkes had picked up the tab for a number of the vacations the two took together.
Foggo's lawyer countered that these weren't gifts: they shared the costs. "One time [Foggo] would pay the airfare. Another time Brent would pay it."
Wilkes' lawyer agreed - they traded off:
Wilkes's lawyer, Nancy Luque, backed that account yesterday, saying that on one trip to Europe the families stayed at Foggo's house in Frankfurt, while on another to Hawaii they stayed at a rental home paid for by Wilkes. In the latter case, she said, Foggo chipped in by paying for dinners.
Hmm. But what would you say if you heard that rental home cost $20,000 per night?
From the Wall Street Journal:
People with knowledge of the case have said the prosecutors also are looking at evidence that Mr. Wilkes had given Mr. Foggo expensive gifts in recent years, including lavish, expense-paid trips with his family to Hawaii and Europe.
One person with knowledge of the case said a European trip included the rental of a castle in Scotland, and a Hawaii trip included a stay at a resort that cost more than $20,000 per night for the two families.
Oh, but Foggo "chipped in by paying for dinners." I'm sure it all washed out in the end, right?"

And I guess the dinners that Foggo split the cost on were Happy Meals from McDonald's, right?

10:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Dashingly handsome and very special". I didn't see that in Jason Leopold's report! But that's the way it should have read anyway. Patrick, I hope you had a very nice and romantic picnic, a well deserved one after all hard work.
It's getting better all the time and I read this blog first thing in the morning...
Subway Serenade - Thank you for your contribution to the cause!

10:22 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Dashingly handsome and very special." Well, I'm jealous. Those comments should been for me not for you!! ;) Ha! Ha! Nice try, Fitz, of adding that comment to Jason's article..And if Jason has put that comment in his article, the readers may think that Jason is having a "brokeback" moment!

10:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitzy......What a breath of fresh air! Please do Not accept any invitations to go duck hunting!

10:34 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

More on the news:

Ohio Fundraiser to Plead Guilty to Illegal Contributions to Bush Campaign
A major GOP fundraiser charged in a scandal over a state rare-coin investment asked to change his not guilty pleas Wednesday on separate federal charges that he illegally funneled donations to President Bush's re-election campaign.

More and more corruption and graft are coming out that links back the Gerbil!!! Thi is not a good weekend for him.

10:43 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Off beat news:

Al Gore is showing his humorous side on SNL live. The joke is on the Gerbil. A major payback from Gore after the 2000 Presidential stolen election. From Crooks and liars, here is an excerpt of Gore's script:

"Saturday Night Live," opened their show tonight with Al Gore addressing the nation as if he was the President of the United States. Gore was focused and quite funny in this entertaining spoof of the current administration and their long range of failures. He also parodied himself and the media (when they falsely claimed he said he created the internets) by saying that he invented an Anti-Hurricane and Tornado Machine.

Announcer: And now, a message from the President of the United States.
President Al Gore:
Good evening, my fellow Americans. In 2000 when you overwhelmingly made the decision to elect me as your 43rd president, I knew the road ahead would be difficult. We have accomplished so much yet challenges lie ahead.
In the last 6 years we have been able to stop global warming. No one could have predicted the negative results of this. Glaciers that once were melting are now on the attack. As you know, these renegade glaciers have already captured parts of upper Michigan and northern Maine, but I assure you: we will not let the glaciers win.
Right now, in the 2nd week of May 2006, we are facing perhaps the worst gas crisis in history. We have way too much gasoline. Gas is down to $0.19 a gallon and the oil companies are hurting. I know that I am partly to blame by insisting that cars run on trash.
I am therefore proposing a federal bailout to our oil companies because- hey if it were the other way around, you know the oil companies would help us...

10:46 AM  
Blogger basheert said...

Anonymous at 10:02

Have you also noted that so far very little of the MSM have reported that Delay resigned????

Our paper buried it on the bottom of page 8.

11:20 AM  
Blogger basheert said...


Oh Look, TROLL at 5 o'clock.

Oh for heaven's sake Anonymous, go get your panties in a wad where someone cares.

If you don't like this site, go to Redstate - they'd love you. Or did you come from there?

The funny thing is that the closer the SP gets to the WH, the more rabid the Kool-aid drinkers become isn't it SPB? There are SO few of them left ... but it does prove that 29% of the population is either brain dead, drunk or mentally ill - or those who vote party over country exclusively.

Of course I want to see Rove go, but Cheney would be the icing on the cake.

Good job Fitz - and don't worry about's getting easier to spot the crybabies. Besides everything here is PUBLIC INFORMATION...

Anonymous has just decided to be annoying...YAWN.

11:27 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Basheert your right but you have to understand that most of the media is under the control of the President so news wont be put out or at lease front page. Notice also that no one is talking about Rove/Lay/DeLay/Duke/Arnie ( Cal. governor), Goss, General what's his name, Tony Snow and so many more. Don't worry Americans get the news on the web and through the grapevine and that's faster then the news media.

11:30 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


There will be a lot bloggers visiting this blog that will not believe that Fitz's site is blog. And it is understandable for people to think that. No one can believe that a prosecutor can be a blogger or have a blog. But, what is irritating is the people who don't believe but then berate on the blog with negative comments and scary off of the fellow bloggers that support Fitz and his cases... I simply ignore people like that. I really don't care what people say or think about this blog or about Fitz or about any comments from the fellow and faithful bloggers' comments. The only thing that matter is what I think and feel!

12:01 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

Well, that read felt good. Jason Leopold writes for Enough said.

It seems Bush has lost his brain. And with it, hopefully, any residual dreams.

Out damned light!

Here's to you, Justice.

12:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"""""Dashingly handsome and very special." Well, I'm jealous. Those comments should been for me not for you!! ;) Ha! Ha! Nice try, Fitz, of adding that comment to Jason's article..""""""""""

SPB--No sour grapes now.Jason has the art of the "SMOOZ" down
pat(rick).If i see PjF'S COMMENT ON HIS SITE.....HMMM-----

Also to a poster above who wondered why mainstream has not said much...Would you want to be the first to put something like this out--REMEMBER ROVE "was" very powerful and if you crossed him--you may have lost your career--or the Irs--or--AND WE ARE HAVING ROAST PORK FOR MOTHERS DAY.I INSISTED ON IT.

Wife does not understand why and im not telling.

12:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Nice picture, Stephen! You forgot the bottle for the Gerbil. Of course, there isn't going to be a Presidential Library for the Gerbil. Who would come??? I had the privilege to go the Nixon Library out in California. Reagan's library is on my list to go in the near future. Even though the Watergate scandal will foreve haunt Nixon but he was a samrt person. I wouldn't say forthe Gerbil. The only Presidential Library that the Gerbil should have are:
a. Gerbil 101 text books bout his 2000-2004 stolen Presidency

b. Dubyaspeak books of all the flumbling, bumbling, stupid, and lame duck comments..

c. A collection of booze bottles. This will show all of the booze bottles in order of date and year when he was yearning for the bottle during his 2 terms in office!

p.s. I am waiting on your picture and sketch of Cheney on this handwritten notes news!

12:57 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hey Anon at 1:54 pm:

No sour grape for me.. But, hey, if I was Jason, I would do the same: smooze.. Clinton is good at that!! Now, about the media:..."Would you want to be the first to put something like this out--REMEMBER ROVE "was" very powerful and if you crossed him--you may have lost your career--or the Irs--or--AND WE ARE HAVING ROAST PORK FOR MOTHERS DAY.I INSISTED ON IT." For me, I would personally put that.. Of course, the media wouldn't dare do that! Some of the media are in the backpocket of the Gerbil Administration! Heaven forbid, somebody would certainly get the pink slip for that type of headlines to the public!!!

1:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB--Hamhocks back at you--Another thought on the lack of news in the MEDIA--How does FOX et al--digest the fact that the man who oversaw a great deal of the info coming from the white house,who smeared Mc Cain , who had people quoting him and shaking in their boots to do his bidding--turns up as a stone cold ......

Pat's had two facelifts and one nip and tuck --so dont be too jealous--your time will come--Pretty soon ROVE may need some PRO BONO counsel--Luskin (i see where you called him) might turn it over to you for that number.

1:16 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


You notice that Faux news has been quiet.. And when the news hits about Porkrind and his indictment, they will use the Gilligan's defense and say that they don't know Rove! They will downplay Rove's position. Faux news would say that "Rove wasn't really Bush's Brain. It is public put Rove high on the podium." You know, the blame game.. Faux news will play the two sided coin with Rove. Politics and business make strange bed fellows...

O.K. for me to do PRO BONO counsel on Porkrinds.. Well, let put it this way. My phone will be off the hook! And I would tell my assistant that if Rove calls, tell him I am in Europe for good! And Luskin... You know that I know that Luskin is in hot water!!! And if Luskin called me, I would tell him that you are disturbing me from watching my favorite show: American Idol. Call me back in an hour and the phone will be off the hook!

1:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB with all t5he word associations going on now,i feel it woild be appropiate to use "phone is busy" and stay away from that "hooker" stuff.

I made a comment on one of SP FITZ'S threads that AG GONZALEZ--might get a lot of attention from Justice before this is over. Do you have any imput on that.

My biggest thing among others is that he bypassed the "Geneva Conv" laws concerning treatment of prisoners..Would like your opinion.

2:23 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Regarding the Geneva Conv, the United States did break the Geneva rule and once the U.N. completes their investgation and finds that the United States is guilty, the Geneva law will be null and void which will lead to Russia having a free for all. Which tell you the incompetance of Condi Rice as the National Security adviser and Secretary of State. The treaties Nuclear Arms agreement and torture of prisoners (John McCain's era).. these treaties would become null and void also... Gonzo has really put American citzens especially those who travel internationally and National Security in jeopardy! And far as Gonzo, I never heard anyone that stupid in his position would do some of things that he is doing especiallly his defending the Gerbil on demestic spying. I know that there will be more talks and investigation into Gonzo... there is got to be someone else in that WH that is pulling Gonzo's strings....

"Phone is busy" and stay away from that "hooker" stuff. When I said that the phone would be off the hook, my grandfather used to do that when he didn't want to be bothered with people. One time, I was visiting him and the phone rang and the phone was right next to him. He answered the phone and told the person over the phone that he was busy and to call him back in one hour. He was watching the news of course. Then, he left the phone off the hook! I asked him why was he is leaving the phone off of the hook? He told me that he didn't want to be disturbed by people! And he also said that if someone wants to reach him, they should write him a letter!!! My grandfather did not like phones!!!

2:53 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

That's a great story SPB, very interesting and informative.

Certainly Gonzales is open to obstruction of justice charges in the CIA case.

I'm sure he will plea his way out of it- but he did most especially destroy those memos and emails. Thats proof.

4:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB thanks for the input---Grand Pops era is gone.We are entering the chip implant era and if they suceed we will all be branded.

You know that song"every move you make,every step you take,ill(wee'l) be watching you"

4:57 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Yup, Grand Pops era is gone.. I only told that story because my grandfather used to do that. He passed away 14 years ago and I remembered that story and if it were yesterday. Your are right. We are in the information age and technogy. But, the Gerbil and company had turned this country into the version of George Orwell's book: "1984." We would never believe in the year of 2006 that our country is turning into totalitarianism. I had read Orwell's "Animal Farm" Huxley's "Brave New World" and "A Clockwork Orange" in high school. I thought back them that the world would never be like any of the books that I read. And look what is happening now just like Sting's song. people need to wake up before it is too late!


Yup, Gonzo is open to obstruction of justice. But, with the house of cards falling from the Gerbil Admininstration so fast, who is to say that some WH official may squeal on Gonzo or Fitz may tie Gonzo into the leak case and Gonzo will have to testify under the oath. And there Gonzo will be in trouble and get caught!

9:24 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Thats right Biloxi!

And also that Zionist shill in the Washington Post who trashed Leopold:

HOWARD KURTZ: YOUR DAY IS COMING PUNK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I know you and your fans visited this blog

Go take your laughable crap back to the funny farm, good god damn, the lack of respect for real journalists. I think every neocon should be deported.

I agree with Kathleen!

Real news

Real crimes exposed every day

3:34 AM  

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