May 6, 2006

Sometimes I Just Have To Laugh...

MSNBC Resorts To "Tea Leaves"- Prosecutors may have more on Rove
...then Firedoglake drinks the tea - Countdown To Ecstacy
They should all have a big helping of Jason Leopold if it is accuracy they desire...the timetables may get juggled, but this journalist gets his facts straight and has my respect.


Blogger Jordan said...

Do u think the president has made good choices.

6:09 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Jordan in the 6th grade..
I am just another blogger
but my answer will be
I don't think he has made good choices

you are probably very good with computers ..
and you have found Mr. Fitzgerald's great site

6:41 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Hi Jordan,

We're sure you meant this question for Mr. Fitzgerald, but it would be hard for him to answer because he is not allowed to speak specifically about any cases. You know, like Rove and Libby.

You can find out online what the judge thinks about Libby's defense- That it's not about the reasons for going to war, but about lying to investigators about who revealed that a Bush critic's wife was a CIA employee.

A lot of people hate lying. I hate lying. When someone lies to you, it is an insult. It's like saying, "You're too stupid and worthless to know the truth."


7:00 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Thanks for that post Fitz

7:03 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

As you grow up, always be honest and don't lie to people. Also, high morals and values are important in life.

Do you know what career field interests you yet?

7:06 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Jordan, the president made many bad choices because he did not listen to experts.

His own father, in the first Gulf war did not attempt to go into the city of Baghdad because he said a war in Iraq would not have a reasonable exit and he was right.

To the others, new Wayne Madsen.

7:13 PM  
Anonymous e said...

ck out jordon's blog info
He is starting a petition to Impeach Bush at his site
Jordons World
its on his blog...

7:17 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hello Jordan!

You are youngest blogger on board. Do I think that the President has made good choices? The answer is no, Jordan. You have to understand that anyone can have a title such President, lawyer, doctor, etc. But, you can't get leadership. Leadership is earned. and this President hasn't earned leadership. There is a difference between a leader and dictator. Leaders listens to people and take criticisms. A Dictator doesn't listen to people rather they tell people what to do no matter what the person feels. The President of the United States's position is not just a leader but to serve the public. And the President hasn't served the people. He has dictated to people. As you, Jordan, become an adult, you will learn what leadership is and being a servant to others in life. A book that I highly recommend for you to read is "Lincoln on Leadership." This will give you an insight of Lincoln's leadership as President. And you can ask yourself if President Bush's leadership is on the scale of Lincoln. Great question, Jordan. Hope to hear from you again...

8:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ask anyone I know jordan, the answer to that question is obvious.

Those who would think he made good choices, are completely blind.

I fully believe that all the zionists think he made wise and perfect choices, because they are who were behind this whole war.

Many of the nazi straussian zionist coalition, is aethiest, has no hebrew background and mostly despise the arabs. How are they in control of all foreign policy?

Might want to ask them?

Because of unconditional support towards certain countries like Israel, the USA has never had any identity of its own.

The Federal Reserve's demise will burn things in and free some from slavery, but the road ahead is one measured in change.

I know a few....they are the 30% of the bush base..the debate shall go forward.

8:44 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I just went on Jordan's blog. I gave him some tips. He is very bright for someone his age. He is a true example of someone who is making a difference at a young age. I wish more adults would learn from this 6th grader and get off the pot!!!

8:45 PM  
Anonymous e said...

you are so rite on SPB

8:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh and just for your future use jordan....

Don't let anyone tell you what to think, ever.

The line about other foreign countries also receiving foreign aid and you being an anti-semite for singling out israel, is pure BS.

Let me just give you a few pointers. There is no single country, worldwide, that receives the same unconditional support.

Israel and its handlers are not without its flaws; and deserves to be criticized completely fo we don't get into such a mess again.

5 billion a year could be equally distributed between the middle-east, rather than sent exclusively to israel or any government not deserving of that aid. That is a fact, and history has not been kind to the renegades and outcasts in the straights of homuz.

9:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


More of Ms Wilson's book deal:

May 6th, 2006 at 00:05:35

Valerie Plame gets book deal

New York Times

Valerie Plame Wilson, the Central Intelligence Agency covert officer whose name was publicly disclosed three years ago, has agreed to sell her memoir for a little more than $2.5 million, according to people involved in the bidding process for the book.

"The book, whose working title is "Fair Game," is scheduled to be published in the fall of 2007 by Crown Publishing, an imprint of Random House. Steve Ross, senior vice president and publisher of Crown, said the book would be Ms. Wilson's "first airing of her actual role in the American intelligence community, as well as the prominence of her role in the lead-up to the war."

Look for Ms. Wilson's book next year!!

9:12 PM  
Anonymous t said...

e SBP,

Vietnam Veterans who spoke at a university the other night on a panel said people need to get off their butts and do something to take back this country.
Since it is our youths future, it is reassuring to see a young person with a plan.
May 13 Washington DC march with Veterans and military families.

9:56 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Murray Rothbard- the Original Anti-Neoconservative:

On Resisting Evil - by Murray N. Rothbard


People who step up to the plate every day to fight against evil to protect human rights and welfare, and the sanctity of life, are Satan's worst enemies.



9:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And shake the ground up Kathleen, thats right!!!

Fight the Zionists out of here every single day!

DEBATE AIPAC - Your future depends on it.

Nore more deceptions? Then stand up and fight fight fight!!!!!

Foreign policy has been co-opted and the delusional have forgotten how far the Likud/Labor parties of Israel have taken their country.

10:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


You are right! It will be the youth that will take back this country. The youth can see that future is being destroyed by the Gerbil and company. But people need to get off their rear ends and end the curse of having history repeat itself by allowing another Gerbil wannabe to take over the Presidency in 2008!

10:06 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Do you think Porter Goss is connected with Cheney in the CIA leak? I read something that said he was.

10:15 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Is Goss on that list of 23 names involved? I don't recall.

10:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jordan I see from your user profile that you have another screenname...dashisnit27.

A frequent commentor here busts legal rymes and shizzles with best bangin' ballas.

10:17 PM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

BigPharma does it again.

This is something we need the USDOJ to look at because since Yale was central to the Lyme Scam, and Corrupticut bieng what it is, no lawyers will tale them on for fear of retaliation.

And the US Attorney we have is political- in with the Rowland-Bush gang. AND, the Chief Justice of the Second Circuit is John M. Walker (a Walker-Bush) AND Dubya's uncle Jonathan Bush lives here too, both are involved with Yale, and Jon Bush was involved in the Riggs Bank scandal.

The DOJ needs a former BigPharma chemist because of all of the obvious corruption and incompetence at the NIH, FDA, and especially the CDC.

Someone good and pissed at all the bullcrap. Someone let down on Lyme in Lyme central, where BigPfarma *is.*

Here I am in 2001 telling the FDA Yale and SmithKline committed a FRAUD, and never proved LYMErix prevented Lyme:

Do I sound mad? BigPharma *does* this stuff all the time and there's no one competent to look into the matters. Merck is trying each Vioxx of the nearly 10,000 claims/cases individually, instead of the DOJ charging Merck with FRAUD, because Merck knows these cases will go on forever, and people will eventually give up. There will be no one around to fight for each person's estate.

We're on our own out here. No law enforcement protection.


10:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You can barely recognize these united states, thats right.

More on the real reason for Goss sudden departure....

Its no joke, the mysterious "reasons" have to do with conspiracy to commit fraud.

Election fraud has put all these straussians on a real high, you know kathleen, its like a drug for them.


10:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Goss is connected to invasion of Iraq. Connect the dots. go to website:

10:54 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Hi Jordan I hope you like Mr. Fitzgeralds blog he's really a nice young man.

Fitz I love the frog aka Karl. The press is slowing breaking themselves into the fact that Karl will be indicted. I just wonder how many more elected official will resign once the names hit the press. I know when your blogging Fitz I pay attention. Don't forget to see X-Men when it comes to the movies. I saw the trailer and it is a real good movie.

12:17 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final posting. and I know that the blogger will read this late Sunday:

First Posting:

Those damn emails will haunt Abramoff and The Hammer:

AP: DeLay Staff Knew Abramoff Arranged Junket

What's new here are the emails, which seem so darn conspiratorial:
"Our financial disclosure forms from the England/Scotland trip are due tomorrow afternoon. ... I would appreciate if you would send me your information," a DeLay aide wrote Abramoff's firm.
The e-mails show Abramoff's team provided then-DeLay chief of staff Susan Hirschmann a final cost figure of $75,600 for the weeklong European trip taken by DeLay; his wife, Christine; Hirschmann; Hirschmann's husband; and Rudy.
The e-mails stated DeLay's office could attribute the figures to "the final bookkeeping efforts" by [NCPPR]. Despite the figure from Abramoff, DeLay's report to Congress put the cost lower, at just over $70,000.
[Abramoff's assistant, Susan Ralston] wrote she had a follow-up conversation with DeLay's office. Hirschmann wanted "a name" of someone at [NCPPR] who would attest to paying for the trip and was concerned whether the center's executive director, Amy Ridenour, knew about the costs.
"She (Hirschmann) just wants to make sure that if someone starts asking questions that Amy Ridenour knows about these s," Ralston wrote.
And yes, that Susan Ralston is the same one who's currently Karl Rove's assistant. Apparently she's good at preparing for when "someone starts asking questions."

2:02 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Second Posting:

More on Hookergate:

NYT: House Committee to Investigate DHS Limo Contract
By Paul Kiel - May 7, 2006, 12:28 AM

"On Friday, Republicans and Democrats on the House Committee on Homeland Security announced that they planned to investigate Shirlington Limousine's contract.
"The information we've obtained raises a number of serious questions, from the contracting process to possible security concerns," said Representative Mike Rogers of Alabama, the Republican chairman of the House subcommittee in charge of management and oversight at the Department of Homeland Security. "The appearance of a lack of background checks on contractors is another troubling personnel issue at D.H.S. that we are examining."
In a draft letter to the inspector general of homeland security, to be sent Monday, Representative Bennie G. Thompson of Mississippi, the ranking Democrat on the Homeland Security Committee, asks why the department hired the limousine company and whether Shirlington's bid received preferential treatment. It seeks a list of official passengers.
Democrats on the committee said Friday that they plan to ask homeland security officials about the Shirlington contract in a May 18 hearing."

Finally, the Democrats are taking action! Signing off!

2:04 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Election fraud has put all these straussians on a real high, you know kathleen, its like a drug for them.


Well said.
Wish I'da thunk it up myself.

4:53 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

Kennedy Story on Projo, the associated videos on psychotropics, and the SCIENCE that says these addictions are real and are CAUSED by the drugs, now republished to my website as a headline.

Please folks, it's time we forgave this family, so the boy can get well. Same applies to all those addicted - the traumatized; the self-medicators - who end up in the jails, especially if they are black.


6:40 AM  
Anonymous e said...

Once to every man and nation
Comes the moment to decide,
In the strife of truth with falsehood,
For the good or evil side;
Some great cause, God's new Messiah,
Offering each the bloom or blight,
And the choice goes by forever
Twixt that darkness and that light.
Though the cause of evil prosper,
Yet 'tis truth alone is strong;
Though her portion be the scaffold,
And upon the throne be wrong,
Yet that scaffold sways the future,
And, behind the dim unknown,
Standeth God within the shadow
Keeping watch above His own.

from the post by Kathleen
absolutely needed

Susan Ralston needs an orange jumpsuit too..

they all need to know they work for the American People not themselves...
just a selfserving.treasonous bunch..
a new process should be introduced..all emails should be lockboxed at the end of each week in each office and create an office for the emails to be housed in an email library where the boxes are filed. each box will have its own tech support for finger prints to a master computer that would disclose who and when it
was open...
just some thoughts

Hayden just may be the rubber stamp for Iran ..somewhat worries me

6:50 AM  
Anonymous e said...

Maybe it could be called the Office of the Americaan People
with the emails automaticly sent to to the computer lock box it might remind the matter what status they work for the American people..

7:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jordan

Enjoyed your (very first!)blog! Anyone would feel special if you posted your questions on their blog.

I don't feel presumptuous in stating PJF has a good feeling about your question(s). Let's hear more from you, and your endevours/efforts here. Keep us posted and on our toes.


8:33 AM  
Anonymous e said...

8:48 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen said...

e said...

Maybe it could be called the Office of the Americaan People
with the emails automaticly sent to to the computer lock box it might remind the matter what status they work for the American people..

That's a GREAT idea!!

No contact with "elected representatives" except through their open blogs. We could call it, um, DEMOCRACY?

No more onlogged visits to the White House by certain imaginary people who Bush never met. No more no-bid contracts. The CIA and the even bigger Negroponte spooks are too stupid for words. Cases in point: E-bombs, thermite, and the Mennonites running drugs from Mexico to Canada.


$354 million for the Halliburton jails project, but they won't give that money to the poor families and build them homes. If we build $150,000 homes for people, instead of these jails with that money, we could build 2360 homes.

If we spent that money on a new energy widget factory, we could create thousands of jobs, and the products could go into American homes (silicon plasma solar panels and the converters necessary to pump energy back into the system).

Like, if I said that to the CT Governor I would be declared insane and sent to jail as a terrorist.

Oh, What am I saying. That already happened.


9:09 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/ Evening folks!

Happy Sunday!

FOCUS | Jason Leopold: Last Question is Obstruction for Fitzgerald, Rove

"Jason Leopold reports that hundreds of pages of emails and memos "discovered" by the White House in February and turned over to Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald show that Karl Rove played a much larger role in the Valerie Plame Wilson leak case than he had previously disclosed to a grand jury and FBI investigators."

And Jason is on the ball!!!

10:14 AM  
Anonymous t said...

K, e,

Democracy! What a concept! I like the open blog idea and the lockbox...

I have an idea of starting a POGO like project, for Ohio.

"Project on Goverment Oversight" It would be a full time operation for this state! I am going to talk to some folks "in the know" around here and see what they think it would take to get it going.
I have 3 other staffers/investigators in mind that have tirelessly worked on our election fraud.

SPB and others, what do you think of POGO in DC? All I know is what I read on their website-I am going to try to set up a visit with them next week.

10:20 AM  
Anonymous e said...

SPB give the run down on why the time-line of the meeting that they disagree on between
Luskin and VNovak
are important in the case
explain please

10:34 AM  
Anonymous e said...

..I have decided they should lockbox the emails daily..

and the Office of the American People should be housed by a
person from each state video conferences..etc.. ..
taking an oath of independece for all americans or
a person from each party..
but a must for representation for all

oh and t
you can get anything you want if you don't care who gets the credit for it

10:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SP PUG Take all the time that is needed.

Let ROVE sweat some more.He could stand to lose some weight.

He may need to if he ends up where we all want him.

Then again---DEAL or NO DEAL---"Karl would you like to say anything to the SP--about others?"

This case,as well as Hookergate,as they unfold,must have many of the administration's people on edge.

All those good Christian Fundamentalist and others(who enabled Mr Bush with their votes) must feel pretty proud of the people Mr Bush surrounded himself with.

Bad Judgement, Hubris or greed etc? We will never know.

They succeded in getting Mrs.Wilson a $2.5 million severance
stipend in the form of a book deal.

Maybe Libby et al can use this as part of their defence.

Look "she's profiting from this"!

Hmm maybe i can hit her up for some of my legal bills?Where's Luskin--get him on the phone.

10:49 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Well, Luskin is trying ti save this client, Rove. As you recall, Luskin and Rove gave conflicting information to Fitz. And notice what Leopold said that the very end of his article: "Novak testified that she told Luskin about Rove being Cooper's source in either January or May 2004 - guessing it was likely in May. Luskin testified that it was between October 2003 and February 2004." In Truthout, Rove had lied to investigators "eight out of 9 times." Rove and Luskin are afraid and that they are now switching the blame on V. Novak. And how can Novak tipped off Rove about Cooper??? Give me a break... Here is some of the excerpt of timeline of Rove that I pulled from Waterflake's website:

July 10 or 11, 2003: Karl Rove email Stephen Hadley after his discussion with Times reporter, Matt Cooper. Rove claimed that he tried to steer Cooper away from allegations Wilson was making about the faulty Iraq intelligence. Rove told Libby that he had earlier that week discussed Wilson’s trip and Wilson’s wife with columnist Robert Novak and that Novak would be writing a story.

July 2, 2005: Rove’s lawyer, Robert Luskin, said that Rove spoke with Matt Cooper “three or four days” before Plame’s identity was first in print by Robert Novak. Luskin asserted Rove “never knowingly disclosed classified information” and that Rove didn’t tell Cooper that Plame worked for the CIA.

Now in 2005, Vivica Novak wrote about her grand jury testimony informing Fitz of a conversation that she had with Rove's lawyer Luskin. After learning that Fitz might be calling her to testify, Novak wrote:
"I hired a lawyer ... but I didn't tell anyone at Time," Novak wrote of the days leading up that interview. "Unrealistically, I hoped this would turn out to be an insignificant twist in the investigation and also figured that if people at Time knew about it, it would be difficult to contain the information, and reporters would pounce on it."

Novak knew that she was going to tesify and she was afraid of what Fitz would ask her. Now, Rove is saying it is Novak that tipped off Rove about Cooper. E, Rove and Luskin are trying to cover their butts. That is why Rove is charged with obstruction of justice and lying to the FBI investigators and prosecutor..... They both know that Fitz is close to the truth.. Since Novak was dimissed from her job, we haven't heard from her... But, the bottomline is that Rove had a conversation with Cooper at the time in which Ms. Plame was a active covert and when the documents were still classified.

11:05 AM  
Anonymous e said...

great explaination SPB..thank you its the little details that
help so much..
when you don't have
the legal mind

thank you

11:14 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Thanks for 'splainin it SPB!

Good timeline, Waterflake!

11:31 AM  
Anonymous e said...

11:42 AM  
Anonymous e said...

12:07 PM  
Anonymous t said...

SPB, Your articles on Waterflake are excellent. I posted your timeline

12:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow, ...jordan, speaking about choices the president has to make... more outsourcing for Brazil.

I'm sure the president will let the consortium have a say in their own business...depends on who produces the most in the shortest amount of time...wonder who's next to join the club?

(It's old news...Iran has been pointing to the double standard Brazil for the longest time now)

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

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

More news for Sunday:

1. Finally, someone is telling the truth on why Potty Goss has tossed out from his position:

Behind the Goss toss
W's 'alarmed' panel sealed top spy's fate

WASHINGTON - A little-known White House advisory board convinced a reluctant President Bush to launch yet another high-profile shakeup of the nation's intelligence community and can CIA Director Porter Goss, sources said yesterday.
Bush had already gotten an earful from Director of National Intelligence John Negroponte on the shortcomings of Goss, but the final push came from the "very alarmed" President's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, intelligence and Congressional sources said.
Alarms were set off at the advisory board by a widening FBI sex and cronyism investigation that's targeted Kyle (Dusty) Foggo, the No.3 official at the CIA, and also touched on Goss himself.

The board, which includes longtime Bush confidant and former Commerce Secretary Don Evans, joined in the growing chorus inside and outside the CIA calling for Goss' ouster, persuading Bush to act, sources said."
In plain English: Hookergate. It is amazing that the Gerbil preaches GOP family values. You have WH officials and politicians doing the "nasty" yet tell the public not to see "Brokeback Mountain!" Amazing... Maybe, Goss was caught with his pants down with a man!!! Since someone on the blog mention the hookers, male and female makes you wonder....

1:20 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Second Posting:

Guess what, the Gerbil and company now know where Osama Bin Laden? Remember that guy?

May 6th, 2006 2:49 pm
U.S. Envoy: Osama Most Likely in Pakistan
By Jason Straziuso / Associated Press
"KABUL, Afghanistan - A top U.S. counterterrorism official said Saturday that parts of Pakistan are a "safe haven" for militants and Osama bin Laden was more likely to be hiding there than in Afghanistan."

Faux news made up flyers for most wanted but they spelled his name wrong. It says "Usama" not "Osama." For 5 years, folks, we now know why we can't find him!!! With all of the bombing of targeted areas, our goverment had listed "Usama" which led to the mistakes!!!! And even with that wrong name, they never gotten "Usama!"

1:25 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Third posting:


Attention bloggers! If anyone has lost a finger or known someone that has, they fit the description of this latest article on Hookergate.

"Nine Fingers," Poker-Playing CIA Man, I.D.'d
By Justin Rood - May 7, 2006, 9:54 AM
"A lot of folks, including us, noticed a strange detail in one of the first articles about Brent Wilkes' poker-and-more parties.
"Another player was a CIA agent known as 'Nine Fingers,' so named because he lost one of his digits while on assignment," the San Diego Union-Tribune reported over a week ago in what appeared to be an almost throwaway bit of color."

Is anyone on this blog going by the name "Nine Fingers?"

1:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You make it sound so simple, but you are so right.

Criminals are labeled by the system and then they are purged off the voting rolls, so they don't count.

Aka innocent black people and muslims.

Corrupticut has done this type of election fraud for years also. Then the felons happen to flow back through the system, using their rigged program in the voting machines.

And the first step for all of them, is making sure all these innocent people are made felons to begin with. They do that by like you say, making the war on drugs a referendum to purge voters & overthrow initiatives. You have no democracy then. You have a plutocracy.


1:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"widening FBI sex and cronyism"

It's a fraternity like the Duke lacrosse team.

The FBI, war bunkers, athletic locker rooms, the halls of Congress are all fraternities.

4:28 PM  
Blogger Jordan said...

Hey guys I Just found where I posted before. Thanks for all the support on my blog.

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