Jun 11, 2006

Chillin In The Stable...

just eating my oats.

Iowa poll: Edwards tops Clinton - Whispers of Fitz

In reality, the article doesn't even mention me, but let's first focus on the fall elections before letting the media do what it does best - taking an exciting exercise in democracy and turning the general election into a long drawn out and horribly boring two year horse race.


Blogger jan said...

Rest well. You need to be tip-top tomorrow!!!

10:34 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Edwards is a good guy. I was glad to see he beat out Ms warmonger.

Hey all looks like Greg Palast new book "Armed Madhouse" will be good. He is on tour now, coming to my area next week. I'm there!

11:00 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

That's more like it, I think.

All around the world the truth is coming out....

The story continues to unfold as we brace for the storms.

The coming tide shifts

11:38 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Big day in D.C. tomorrow, it certainly is Biloxi!!!!

I'll keep my eye on the news.

11:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you want more of the same, vote for Hillary Clinton. She is FOR the Iraq war and maybe even want to start a war with Iran. Apparently she is on very friendly terms with the Bush family too, which sends up a warning flag to me.

11:41 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Funny how the media/public don't think Hillary could be a good President. Even the commet by Anon was interesting say Hillary was friends with the Bush family yet no one is impeaching GW. We are so backward in the US. Other world leaders have female President and we praise them for womans rights yet we don't do the same here. Behind every good man is a great woman. I wonder what these non woman President men think of their Moms and how well their Moms raised them. I guess it makes since because Bush was given the Presidentcy twice and he's as dumb as a door knob it tells alot about us.
Fitz do what you do best tomorrow and take down the evil doers. I'll check in tomorrow morning which will be three hours different in your time. Stand straight and try to give us a smile. Eat a good breakfast and don't spill anything on your tie or pants.

12:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


1:10 AM  
Anonymous The Legal Bar said...

Stay tight, and keep glued to the Jury proceedings.

You'll have your answer once and for all on Karl Rove soon enough, as soon as the testimony against Cheney is finished.....

Tomorrow let the games begin, I'm itching for a battle.

1:48 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Top o' the mornin' all you lads and lassies....hopefully, today will be a good day for those of us
thirsting for the right thing to be done.

Having said that, do you suppose that even the MSM is feeling the sense that the natives are restless
and also thirsting for someone that truly represents the American people, instead of greedy, fiscally irresponsible thugs?

Here's to truly free and honest elections!

Hope to hear all about the proceedings later. Have an awesome day!

6:04 AM  
Blogger jan said...

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7:13 AM  
Blogger jan said...

The Gang are huddled at Camp David... I wonder what they are dreaming up?

7:25 AM  
Anonymous t said...

GMNUK and all, Top of the morning to ya!
Roger, that is more like it. Like Jackie said, Hillary gives off all kinds of red flags. Years ago, I was a fan-before she was a turncoat!

As a friends Granny says "She tore her drawers with me!"

Best of luck in court today Fitz, our positive patriot vibes with be with you.

7:48 AM  
Blogger elees said...

Top of the Mornin' to Fitz and Staff
and all on the blog and the whole USofA today...

begins another court battle for Truth Justice and the American Way..
Cinch by the inch
trial by the mile

thank you Fitz.. and Jackie would say..
Go with wings on your feet "little Angel" and don't forget what she said about not mussin' your tie..

8:05 AM  
Blogger jan said...

This was an interesting read:

Russert Watch: General McCaffrey, Yearly Kos, and the Bloated Corpse of al-Zarqawi


8:21 AM  
Anonymous Jason Weighs In said...


He talks about the Sealed vs. Sealed indictment. I can't say he adds anything we don't know, but it's good to see him writing again.

Jason, if you read here:

Illegitimiti non carborundum!

9:00 AM  
Blogger jan said...

Jason Weighs In,

I can't get that to link to the story.

9:05 AM  
Anonymous 6 Miles from Man w/IQ at 50. said...

If you go to Truthout.org on the right hand of Fitz's page, you'll find the link. It is the top story as of 'now' on the left side of page.

Well -- Cheney, W and gang -- somehow reminds me of tale of 3 witches and their brew. ;)

As for Hillary - pls, I'm for a woman, or a man with an IQ of greater than 80 which is what we have in the Oval.. {{preferably a top notch lawyer - minimum 12 years experience [uhm, so they understand it and have applied it appropriately for starters; SOME appreciation for the Constitution] and yes, with a major in HISTORY so we do not repeat it}}.
But, we do not need posers, opportunists, those that have manipulated the law for personal gain, benefit or those that are bible thumpers because it is "in".
We lack true leadership today as we've lost our way on greed and power.

I'm not impressed with ANYONE on either side of the aisle. Move aside all, make way for FITZ.

Kind of liked the Fitz and Spitz scenario before ... but then, Fitz would have to pick his running mate ....

9:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jackie, don't you agree that for instance we wouldn't want to vote for Condoleezza Rice for President just because she is black and a woman, although that would have been nice. We vote for somebody because of their interest to truly serve the people, irregardless of race or gender. Hillary Rodham Clinton seems to have too much self-interest in becoming a president.

9:24 AM  
Blogger jan said...

Thanks, 6 miles :D

9:27 AM  
Anonymous i'm blue forever said...

It will be Mark Warner, Govenor of Virginia.
Forget about Hilary Clinton.
And Condi Rice just makes me sick.

9:30 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Good morining all,

From the Washington Post:

"The doors may be closing shortly on the nine-year-old Project for a New American Century, the neoconservative think tank headed by William Kristol , former chief of staff to Vice President Dan Quayle and now editor of the Weekly Standard, which is must reading for neocon cogitators and agitators.

The PNAC was short on staff -- having perhaps a half-dozen employees -- but very long on heavy hitters. The founders included Richard B. Cheney , Donald H. Rumsfeld , Paul D. Wolfowitz , Jeb Bush , I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby , William J. Bennett, Zalmay Khalilzad and Quayle."


It's a little too late...after the PNAC regime ravaged, plundered and raped Afganistan, Iraq, and the US...they will just reband...just the same old wolves in new clothes.

9:44 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Top of the morning everyone.
Answer to Anon 10:24 Rice has never been elected to an office she will not run for President it's just talk. Now as for the race of a person well I was raised not to deal with race but the person so your asking the wrong person I'm color blind. My family is African American, Indian, White English, Spanish and Cuban so I'm mixed with everybody. You might say I'm a mixed group of races and respect all.
As for Hillary as President well let's see who qualifies and would you Vote for George Bush or Hillary as President? We have woman who can bring life into the world, fight in war, raise men to be men yet woman don't qualify as Presidents. The United States is being coming the one of the most backward countries, by saying give woman rights while pushing them backward. Let's face it our country has been tricked and made a fool of by George W. Bush so we're not ready to think on our own yet.

10:39 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Here's a creepy story about Frist being a Kitty-killer from the Tennessean.com. It explains a lot. I always felt like he was too creepy to be a doctor (but not a politician)...

"There's a potential pothole in U.S. Sen. Bill Frist's road to the White House: He's a confessed kitty killer.

He fessed up in his 1989 book, "Transplant," to adopting cats from shelters when he was in medical school, treating them like pets for a while, and then using them in his research experiments. Maybe in hindsight, Trent Lott should have seen it coming."


10:47 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hoping you are FEELING your oats about now, and are a Frisky Fitz in court today.

10:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hope everyone had a nice weekend.

Sure is quiet on the Eastern Front.

The champagne continues to chill in the fridge. Cheers, again, in advance to Fitzgerald and Team.

jamie in ny

11:01 AM  
Blogger Neil' said...

Hey, Mr. "Patrick J. Fitzgerald" -
What's up with the "06 cr 128" "Sealed v. Sealed" indictment prattled about at Truthout by Leopold and apologists? Do you know anything about that? If you aren't really the Fitz, maybe you are fooling some gullible folks over there? That Rove thing keeps dragging on and on, with hemming and hawing...
Where's our frog-march?

11:02 AM  
Anonymous karole deen said...

Gen.Wes Clark--Patrick Fitzgerald-All American Hero's..You know about Fitz, if you don't know Clark's history, you should. Clark/'08..

11:06 AM  
Blogger Selamat JA said...

Been watching late-night soccer.
Japan lost big, America is losing so far....
But, going to be sending lots of energy to you, Fitz, from sleep-state. Do what you do best!
All over the world, we are waiting for the other shoe to drop. (or kick, as the case may be)

Expat SJa
now 1:15 am of June 13 in Tokyo
Dreamin' of taking our country back!!

11:22 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening Fitzbloggers!

Hsppy Monday!

Yes, Roger, I am looking forward to keeping a close eye and ear in Fitz's court hearing today. I am confident that he will do well. I read Jason's new article on Truthout.org. It is good hearing from you. I did missed him writing his article. I know that it has been rough on him. As Jason says that his case is in secrecy. And the Sealed Vs. Sealed suggests that Fitz "felt it was necessary to add an extra layer of secreacy to an indictment to keep it out of public view." So, we all have to wait and see when Fitz actually makes the indictments of Official A, Official A+, and Official A-. As the legal scholars says that a federal prosecutor can keep an indictment under seal for weeks or months. I think this strategy by Fitz will be worth it to bring those individuals brought down to justice.

11:26 AM  
Anonymous broken winged flyer said...

Yo Karole dean:

I agree about Wesley Clark, a general who knows military strategy in a changing world, who is culturally aware, experienced militarily (but perhaps not politically - which in my mind is a positive), who is intuitively intelligent and also has quite an intellect - a general who can explain String Theory. Quite different than the daft mind in office now.

11:32 AM  
Anonymous ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

Mary Cheney's book sales TANK.
Looks like Big Dick's daughter is a failure in the literary world.

11:39 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Here is my 2 cents on the article about Clinton and Edwards. I don't care what race, creed, religion, or gender gets in to the WH in 2008. As long as that candidate will abide by the laws of the Constitution and the position as the President. Folks, for 5 years, we have had a lame duck Gerbil President that stole, crawled in to the WH, lied to the American people, and broken the laws of the Constitution to fit his agenda. It is time for all of the American people to do our homework on all of the candidates and choose which candidate will lead, serve the American people, abide by the Constitution, and clean the public sink!

11:44 AM  
Anonymous t said...

SPB, Can the court set a time limit to this Sealed v Sealed?

Or is it unsealed upon indictment? Is there anyplace to get good info on this unusual type of filing?

11:59 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...


There is room for all, but only if they are honest, trustworthy and will look out for an America that we are lucky enough to live in. We just need to get it back to where THOSE VALUES are more important than the trumped up..gay marriage amendment, if you're not with us...you're against us folks, etc.....

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


I think you need read Jason Leopold article on truthout.org that discusses the sealed vs. sealed.

According to the Truthout.org:
"As the legal scholars says that a federal prosecutor can keep an indictment under seal for weeks or months. " Basically the ball is in Fitz' court.

12:07 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...


Instead of the politically in-bred, corrupt, criminal, Bush/Clinton/Kerry, "Skull&Bones" Mafia.

12:16 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


In other news:

Global military spend hits $1.12 trillion: report

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) - U.S. spending in Iraq and Afghanistan helped push up global 2005 military expenditure by 3.5 percent to $1.12 trillion, a research body said on Monday.


12:30 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


You are right on as always! Now the Project for New American Century has been closed down!!!

Project Century staff abandoning the project!

And that means boiling water is rising up on Cheney!!!!

The truth comes out and flies into the face of every american....

Sealed VS Sealed? Bring it on!!!

Of course this is the real fitz and right now hes preparing the casework for phase 2....

12:32 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

This is developing news from Raw Story:

Florida candidate faces litany of criminal charges
today after alleging vote fraud... Developing...

12:32 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

"Additionally it's entirely plausible for a federal prosecutor to obtain permission from a federal magistrate or judge to have an indictment unsealed for the limited purpose of having parts of it read to a defendant and his or her attorneys in an attempt to have the defendant cooperate with an investigation to avoid facing further charges legal experts said."
Excerpt from Truthout June 12,2006

So this means that Fitzgerald is still squeezing Rove?!

12:41 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


"The doors may be closing shortly on the nine-year-old Project for a New American Century, the neoconservative think tank headed by William Kristol , former chief of staff to Vice President I. Lewis Libby and the rest"

"The project was short on staff"

Maybe they can find more staff from Karl Rove's prison mates, Biloxi!!!


12:45 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

The Gotcha momnt for Raggedy Ann Coulter. From Thinkprogress:

Ann Coulter may have plagiarized
parts of her new book. The Rude Pundit has already found two examples in Chapter 1.

Here is what Coulter may have plagarized:

"Here's Coulter from Chapter 1 of Godless: The massive Dickey-Lincoln Dam, a $227 million hydroelectric project proposed on upper St. John River in Maine, was halted by the discovery of the Furbish lousewort, a plant previously believed to be extinct."

"Here's the Portland Press Herald, from the year 2000, in its list of the "Maine Stories of the Century": The massive Dickey-Lincoln Dam, a $227 million hydroelectric project proposed on upper St. John River, is halted by the discovery of the Furbish lousewort, a plant believed to be extinct."


12:47 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Thanks for that article on PNAC. I thought this part was interesting:

"The goal was to continue the Reaganite, muscular approach to projecting American power and "moral clarity" in a post-Cold War world, the group's manifesto said. The targets were liberal drift and conservative isolationism.

PNAC and its supporters dominated the Bush administration's foreign policy apparatus and championed a policy to get rid of Saddam Hussein long before Sept. 11, 2001."

Can you say conspiracy??

12:49 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

The latest news...


"PNAC and its supporters dominated the Bush administration's foreign policy apparatus and championed a policy to get rid of Saddam Hussein long before Sept. 11, 2001.

In its famous 1998 letter to President Bill Clinton , PNAC said "removing Saddam Hussein and his regime . . . now needs to become the aim of American foreign policy." Clinton was urged to use all diplomatic, political and military means to topple him.

Despite the happy chatter before the Iraq invasion about cheering crowds and bouquets and cakewalks and how the war was going to pay for itself, the signatories wrote that "we are fully aware of the dangers of implementing this policy."

There had been debate about PNAC's future, but the feeling, a source said, was of "goal accomplished" and it looks to be heading toward closing. Former executive director Gary J. Schmitt , who had been executive director of President Ronald Reagan 's Foreign Intelligence Advisory Board, left recently for a post at the American Enterprise Institute. (Not a big move. Actually, only five floors up from PNAC.) Still, seems like a short century."

Well well, I guess they can take their scrubs to the newly formed "Project for a New Losers Century" down the road, Prosecutor Biloxi....

That will teach them for sending death squads to the USA, or calling Jeff Fisher, Barry Chamish, Leo Wanta and the rest insane.....

Hey there's now a new job opening for the Gerbil!!! Cleanup on aisle 10...


12:50 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

As SPB always says..."connect the dots and follow the money trail."

And, as Roger always says, "the house of cards is falling."

As Fitz always says, "Merry Fitzmas" as he hands out those indictments! :)

12:52 PM  
Anonymous t said...


Thanks for that. I just did read Jason's latest. Much better understanding now!

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

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12:55 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

The doors may be closing shortly on the nine-year-old Project for a New American Century." And look at the knuckleheads on that staff: Cheney and the little soldier. One is indicted and the other has one foot slapped with a future indictment and the other foot on a banana peel! No wonder that project is folding. Their mindsets are still in the Nixon era. You can see that the Nixon/Gerbil dynasty is about to crumble...


Glad that you read Jason's article. Remember, Jason had been in many of Fitz' courtromm hearing with the little soldier and he has good sources for information unlike the media on the news.. Jason, the staff of Truthout, and the rest of us just have to sit back and wait to see when Fitz will make his announcement on Rove..

12:58 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I had a strange dream last night and it went something like this...

The sealed vs sealed criminal case was actually United States People vs 23 People involved in CIA Leak Conspiracy!!!

I woke up and couldn't go back to sleep!

1:38 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


If that dream was ever a reality, we would never see Fitz on this blog is he was dealing with all 23 people.. But, remember out of the 23 names, some of them are indirectly involved in the leak case and some of directly involved in the case.. The only so far that has come forward to cooperate with Fitz from day one of this case is Richard Armitage. Who elese came forward to Fitz? Who knows... But best believe a majority are linked to Iraq war and the propaganda.

1:53 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Here ia more information on Raw Story from that developing story:

Florida House candidate to face litany of criminal charges after alleging vote fraud

"Charlie Grapski, a Democrat running for the Florida House of Representatives, was arrested in April after filing a lawsuit alleging that City officials abused power and influenced the outcome of an election by manipulating the absentee voting process. The story, however, does not start or end with election fraud allegations. What Grapski tells is a tale that one cannot imagine occurring in a law abiding country, one of false arrest, intimidation, and a crony-business system all centered around money interests."

"In this exclusive interview with RAW STORY on June 11, 2006, Grapski reveals startling details of his situation and updates regarding an election outcome allegedly changed by absentee ballot manipulation. He also levels serious allegations of abuse of power by public officials, including officials linked to President George W. Bush's brother, Florida Governor Jeb Bush."


Connect the dots folks!

1:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

why aren't you going to run? or did I miss something? we were already gonna start fundraising! dammit! love ya Mr. Fitzgerald

1:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh I know what sealed vs sealed is -I'll email you your lovable psy ops me

2:00 PM  
Anonymous karole deen said...

QUESTION for "THINKERS"..After reading an excerpt from an article following the Davos pow-wow. The Financial PM of Australia, made the remark after Bill Clinton's speech, "He is till the most influential person in the World."..If the nominee of the Dems, is other than Hillary, taking away the personal bias issue, if B.Clinton got seriuously behind the NOM, could he turn this country around?.. "Take Back America".!!!

2:18 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

You all need to wake up to what is in front of you, thats 2006 which surely will be rigged again if the voting disaster that is Kerry Martin, Mel Sembler isn't stopped....

And if anyone is still paying attention to it...

The Clintons are good friends of Ruper Murdoch now!!!

Which means, the same neocon scams in a different package are a foot. Like Senator Gravel said, we need to reform politics period and drop the voting machines!

Senator Gravel speaks out!


2:25 PM  
Blogger jan said...

No more Bush family, no more Clinton's- PLEASE!

2:42 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

LOL! I know SPB! They would have to clone Fitz a dozen times and they would never retire!

2:43 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Better for Fitz to be cloned than the Gerbil. I couldn't imagine millions of King Gerbils running around this earth without a brain and yearning for the bottle.

3:13 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

You've got that right SPB! The Gerbil is one too many already! However, we could use more Special Prosecutors like Fitz! :)

3:33 PM  
Anonymous mAnn Coulter said...

"We need somebody to put rat poisoning in the Rude Pundit's creme brulee. This PR-seeking, self-obsessed liberal wouldn't know plagiarism if it bit him in his ass. {Two more books and I'm a millionaire...}

3:35 PM  
Blogger The Subway Serenade said...

In a word, "w00t!"

Podcast Update

What drew me to Howard Dean's campagaign was his insistance that one person can make a difference.

3:39 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


There are quite a number of U.S. Attorneys like Sean Berkowitz and John Hueston and others that are not fully recognized for their talents from the media. The media is focused on Fitzgerald. Berkowitz, huston, and others will have a chance in the spotlight for recognition when thee become future special prosecutors. Fitz is just one person.. But, I think in the near future that there will more special prosecutors that we will hear about that have the same integrity as Fitz.

3:43 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


When Fitz mentioned that the media will distort information about the leak case, the little soldier's from Bryon York is one of them. Here are two examples!

Media Matters for America has documented numerous instances of conservative misinformation from York.

For example, York has misrepresented key elements of the CIA leak investigation:

•"York recently claimed that court papers -- released April 6 --pertaining to special counsel Patrick J. Fitzgerald's investigation of former vice presidential chief of staff I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby "contained the erroneous and later-corrected suggestion that Libby lied about the contents of the National Intelligence Estimate [NIE]." York, however, misstated Fitzgerald's correction. According to those original papers, Libby testified that Vice President Dick Cheney instructed him to tell former New York Times reporter Judith Miller that a "key judgment" of the 2002 NIE was that Iraq was "vigorously trying to procure" uranium. Fitzgerald amended the prior assertion -- that Libby testified that Cheney authorized him to tell Miller that it was a "key judgment" -- not the "suggestion that Libby lied about the contents of the" NIE, as York wrote."

•"In response to news of FBI interviews further confirming that neighbors of former CIA operative Valerie Plame did not know of her employment with the agency before syndicated columnist Robert D. Novak's July 14, 2003, column identified her, York revived a Washington Times editorial's baseless conclusion that Plame's neighbors did, in fact, know of her covert status."


3:45 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


Thats true also. Peter Zeidenberg is getting up there now isn't he, to the Fitzgerald calibur?

He's prosecuting the Abramoff criminals. Of course, he hasn't been around as long and nobody's really heard of him yet....

But like Jason Leopold says, there's a first time for everything..

We'll probably hear more and more about him as the Karl Rove indictment case winds down!

Maybe more about some of these guys, and everyone else who has been fighting to take back the nation from the neocons since 1990

Sure be nice if they were the ones on CNN....

3:53 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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4:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


We will hear from him when Rove and others are indicted. I think that he is keeping a low profile from the heat that Truthout.org and director Marc Ash have been taken since Jason's article. Speaking of CNN, there is an article about Libby's case but no new developments. But, this is a bit of information about Porkrind:

Cheney's ex-aide Libby to appear in court

"Fitzgerald, a U.S. attorney in Chicago, has returned to Washington at least twice since Libby's indictment to present evidence to a second grand jury. The panel has heard testimony from top White House policy advisor Karl Rove, most recently April 26."

We now know that Rove met on April 26. Yet, an indictment was returned by the GJ the week of May 10 remains under seal according to Truthout.org! I wonder what Porkrind said to the GJ!

4:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I agree perfectly with the woman that said Hillary had her head in the right place which is COMPLETELY UP HER ASS
Captain Anon

4:21 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Two pieces of news:

1. What can you say about this article except fire Chertoff! Absolutely embarassment to the DHS!

Homeland Security accepts fake ID
By Stephen Dinan
June 12, 2006

"The Department of Homeland Security allowed a man to enter its headquarters last week using a fake Matricula Consular card as identification, despite federal rules that say the Mexican-issued card is not valid ID at government buildings."
"Bruce DeCell, a retired New York City police officer, used his phony card -- which lists his place of birth as "Tijuana, B.C." and his address as "123 Fraud Blvd." on an incorrectly spelled "Staton Island, N.Y." -- to enter the building Wednesday for a meeting with DHS officials."

"Mr. DeCell said he has had the card for four years and has used it again and again to board airliners and enter government buildings, without being turned down once. But he said he was surprised that DHS, the agency in charge of determining secure IDs, accepted it."


2. And I don't what to say on this new info on Jerry Lewis!

From TPMmuckraker:

Young, Multimillionaire Aide to Lewis Claims Elderlies' Tax Break?
By Justin Rood - June 12, 2006, 4:04 PM

"Jeffrey Shockey is a 39-year-old aide to Rep. Jerry Lewis (R-CA) who picked up $2 million from his old lobbying firm last year.
But the District of Columbia doesn't appear to know that.
According to the city's records, Shockey is a senior citizen who earns less than $100,000 a year. That qualifies him for a major break on the taxes he pays on his home, a manse thought to be worth over a million dollars."

"The tax break essentially chops the assessed value of an elderly person's home in half. In Shockey's case, he saved around $4,000 last year alone by claiming the deduction, according to the city's online database."

4:27 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Leak prosecutor doesn't expect info block:

WASHINGTON - The special prosecutor in the CIA leak investigation said Monday he doesn't expect the White House to attempt to block Vice President Dick Cheney's former top aide from using classified intelligence material in his defense to perjury charges.

Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald told U.S. District Judge Reggie B. Walton that the White House has designated certain documents that it is concerned about being made public during a trial.

If those documents are among those that I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby wants to prepare his defense, Fitzgerald said, he and Libby's lawyers will work out solutions with the judge in secret under a law designed to deal with defendants' access to classified government information.


4:31 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Anon 5:21
New view of woman as leaders. Now what would you say about Connie Rice or Laura Bush, their names were mentioned about being President. Or is it just Hillary? Your so smart you even know that their are many woman Presidents that visited President Bush. These ladies were elected by the people so I guess with your comments we should understand that those countries aren't as smart of the US. We only vote for me even when their corrupt, stupid, uneducated, liars and drunks. We rule with what we think a leader is. Your right you show the world just how dumb some Americans are with that statement. I guess we still love and respect our Mothers is that still ok or what's the new rule about that?.

4:34 PM  
Blogger jan said...

I don't know... but to me, it looks like Libby want's to prove that something big and scary was in one of the PDB's at the time the leak happened to prove his mind was muddled up with concern over national security.

4:49 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Thanks for passing along the article on Fitz's court hearing today. I couldn't find a single article from the media that given an update... Gosh, in a nutshell, the smurf has hanged himself with a noose: the bottom line. It is interesting what the smurf's lawyer said: "Cline also told Walton the defense has not yet decided whether it will call an expert on memory to testify at trial." And you why? That was a strategy that the smurf and his lawyers thought would work: The Gilligan's defense. Because Fitz said that he was going to bring witnesses in to prove the smurf's competance in his job position, Libby's lawyers went to Plan B to try to bring back the reporters to testify and try to obtain more document to jar the smurf's "memory." I just don't think that Libby's attorneys will bring in a memory expert (if only it is their last resort) because you have to ask was Libby in a doctor's care or a doctor's note to claim that Libby's was incompetent in his job between the time frame of the leak to the reporters? The memory expert was just a rabbit at the hat for his lawyers to throw out. Right now, the smurf's defense in this case is nothing more on borrowed time! When Darth Cheney, Porkrind, and others are indicted, it will be too little too late for the smurf to plea bargain with Fitzgerald!

4:53 PM  
Blogger jan said...


This defence Libby is grabbing worked at for President Ronald Reagan. What can Fitz do to make it no excuse?

5:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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5:07 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"looks like Libby want's to prove that something big and scary was in one of the PDB's (I assume that means President's Daily Brief) at the time the leak happened to prove his mind was muddled up with concern over national security."

Jan, his mind was fine like you and I. He was doing what he was told by his boss, Mad Dog Cheney. I would want to ask the smurf if his memory was out of touch between the timeframe of leaking to reporter, then was Libby's "memory" in tac when he was a participant in the marketing campaign and propaganda of selling a war in Iraq around September 2002?: From Vanity Fair: "At roughly the same time, highly placed White House sources such as Scooter Libby leaked exclusive 'scoops' to credulous reporters as part of the campaign to make Saddam's nuclear threat seem real."


5:09 PM  
Blogger jan said...


"From Vanity Fair: "At roughly the same time, highly placed White House sources such as Scooter Libby leaked exclusive 'scoops' to credulous reporters as part of the campaign to make Saddam's nuclear threat seem real."

Cool, I didn't see that (I know I should have)- thanks ;D

5:10 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


you best believe that the smurf is involved in the propaganda in selling the war in Iraq. When I said that he should have plea bargained with Fitz, I meant that seriously because the 5 counts that he has been indicted in tbe leak case is nothing compare to the charges that can be brought on to him in selling the war that was on false pretenses.

Yeah, I knew that Libby's defense worked with Reagan. That explains why they tried to use the "greymail strategy" from the get go. Also, one of Libby's lawyers was on the Iran-Contra case...

5:17 PM  
Blogger jan said...


Yea? I didn't know the same players were involed :O! I thought it all sounded too familiar...

5:23 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, Jan!

History repeats itself for sure. And the same playbook in which the little soldier and his attorneys are playing is old and will never work again. Libby has sealed his fate in the name of perjury just like the players in the Warergate scandal.

5:30 PM  
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5:52 PM  
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5:53 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

From Washington Wire on WSJ:

Here is another update of the court hearing today from Washington Wire on the WSJ:

June 12, 2006, 3:20 pm
Libby Defense Team Considers Memory Expert
The defense team for former Vice Presidential Chief of Staff I. Lewis Libby said it is considering calling a memory expert to testify at his trial early next year.
Libby is charged with five counts of lying to federal investigators and the grand jury and obstructing an investigation into whether Bush administration officials wrongfully disclosed the identity of a CIA agent. He has pleaded not guilty.
Attorneys representing Libby have said in court filings that any erroneous statements made to Federal Bureau of Investigation agents or the grand jury were the result of a faulty memory, and not intentional lies. It isn’t clear if the federal judge hearing the case would allow such testimony. At a status hearing Monday, Libby’s attorneys said they would notify the judge by July 17 if they plan to call such a witness, and the government could then object. – Anne Marie Squeo

The little soldier is still going with the Gilligan's defense... riding a dead horse.. He won't dismount from that dead horse and find another defense strategy...

5:57 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

Special Prosecutor Biloxi at 6:57

I think you mean that Libby is beating a dead horse!

You really crack me up!

6:01 PM  
Blogger jan said...

;D That is funny- you so funny ;}

6:06 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

LOL! LMAO! SPB that is the funniest thing I have read or heard all day!! How do you ride a dead horse?

6:10 PM  
Blogger jan said...

You still ROCK ;D

6:13 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha:

Well, someone had to help out the brother to let him know that his dead horse strategy is completed toasted.. From keeping a close eye on the leak case, Fitz should have charged him another 5 counts of using such a lame, same Nixon playbook, dead in the water and stupid defense as the Gillgan's defense! And his lawyers are certainly bleeding the little soldier in legal fees so much that his lawyers have quite enough to put away for retirement in the Cayman Islands.

6:13 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Because you can't ride a dead horse and that's what Libby's got ;)
Can't you just see him, kicking and gabbing his little spurs into the sides of that dead horse :P

6:15 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q, and Jan:

A speaker at a seminar that I attend sometime ago was speaking about change. People don't like to change. So, the speaker compared a person who won't change their directions, strategy or path in life to a person who continues to ride a horse even though the horse is dead. That is why I said that Libby is riding a dead horse. He has no case. And then the speaker advised that if you are riding a dead horse, dismount from it and find another horse to ride. I know you all laugh at my comment. But, that is what I meant by my statement. The lame duck President has been riding the same dead horse as Libby in his retarded agendas for this country!

6:20 PM  
Blogger jan said...


I'm agreeing. I thought your statement was a good one. :}

6:22 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Libby just can't dismount off that dead horse! And since he is listening to his attorneys who are using the same old playbook, well, there you go!! Libby is like the character in the play: "Waiting for the Godot." The play was in the 4 scenes. And each scene, the two characters do the same thing: wait for the Godot. And the Godot never comes.. Libby is waiting for a miracle to happen from a dead horse case and it ain't going to happen! I should ask Websters Dictionary to stick Libby's face next to the defintion of insanity!

6:25 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Do you think I should write a novel after Fitz's case is over? What do you think I should name the novel?

6:27 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Just the vision of the Little Soldier riding a head horse, and Mad Dog Cheney needing a rabies shot from Doc Frist, and Pork Rinds burning on an open fire...well, it is all just too funny!!

And, what do you call this movie?


You make my day SPB!! :)

6:31 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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6:39 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

It should be called THE SIN AND THE SINFUL because all of the corrupted people involved in graft should be in that movie. I will be glad when the person who had crawled into the WH based on lies and who has been watching us like we were gerbils is dismounted from his throne for good!

Also, FYI for you and Jan. I had written an article on Waterflake's website and it is called (hold your laughter): "RIDING A DEAD HORSE IN THE LEAK CASE? CALL ME LIBBY..."

6:40 PM  
Blogger jan said...

HAhahahHa! Laughing WITH you my friend!

6:46 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Great article on Waterflake's blog! :)

7:50 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


hahahahahaha! My beautiful! You're back and making me laugh again

hahahahahaha=hahaha I assume!!!

SPB, that made me crack up too I almost spit my soda! You know maybe when this is over, you and some FBI agents could put on a comedy show!

We all need a great laugh after this collapse of cards, man Libby's dead horse is starting to stink really bad now!

Next on the hit-list: Porkrind's final demise, and Dead Eye Cheney comes to chinatown......

8-D !!!

7:52 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Hi Roger :)

I don't know who ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha is- but they're funny!

7:58 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

Why thank you Jan and Roger!

8:01 PM  
Blogger jan said...

You're welcome, ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha! ;D

8:03 PM  
Anonymous Global Evildoer Fighter said...


I applaud your efforts...
The Laughter is contagious...


Don't count out those "Higher" Globalist Neo-Cons yet..

They got special fairy dust called "Executive Privaledge" and "National Security Concerns" which up until now has gotten them out of really sticky situations...

It's gonna be a long road I imagine...

Especially in a USA in which the Patriot Act Trumps the Constitution...

Good Luck~

8:09 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

And you know hahahahahaha, its strange how Libby and his buddies are always sending out mass-spam relating to VIAGRA!!!!

I think I must have got, upwards of 40 messages from these whackos and Libby always tells me, and Judy Miller, and DOJ & everybody how they need to get "new exciting pills" to spice up their world with VIAGRA!!!!!

And remember the three stooges, actually wrote a book Libby authored about he and Miller and John Bolton, its the most explicit book that you'd need special gloves just to read it!!!

Man, in that sickening article it says he went and screwed a deer!!!!

ALL I can say is, there's only one ANIMAL HOUSE and I think this Lewis Libby needs to go here & take his meds!!!!


Its gotten clear to me who's the one on and off the pill....anyone have a diamond mine in africa,


8:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ho ho ho
hee hee hee

8:12 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Rove roller coaster again!

Jason Leopold is standing by his statement that Rove was indicted a month ago.

According to Jason Leopold, the man whose credibility is most on the line "case number is "06 cr 128." is on the federal court's electronic database, '06 cr 128' and "is listed along with a succinct summary: 'No further information is available.'"

He offers a lot more credible evidence to suggest that the indictment is being treated so carefully that it has been given an extra layer of protection.
"Still, legal experts watching the Plame-Wilson investigation have been paying particularly close attention to Sealed vs. Sealed since the Karl Rove indictment story was published.


8:20 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

I've only read parts of Libby's book, and I can't only say that he is one sick SOB.
His book isn't fit to use in a toilet paper emergency!

8:21 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

You know hahahahahaha,

I'm beginning to think there is an alterior meaning to the phrase "Little Soldier" with a capital S!!!!!

I am sure they are going to have to drag him away with the disenfectant spray, Fitz!! Be sure and watch your hands goodness.

And use lots of enhanced extra-strength LYSOL soap!!!


Speaking of which, Porkrind's case looks to be on the docket as CR-16 according to FITZGERALD here...

And Jason is not assuming the good man he is...He knows it probably IS ROVE, but did not claim one or the other. Watch his words carefully.

Do not openly say Jaso-lantern stated Rove was under sealed indictment. He didn't...

He only said there is a sealed indictment around the same time, making the co-incidence a little bizarre...

Soon we will see that court docket, next week even!


8:27 PM  
Anonymous 06-cr-128 said...

Folks at DU are trying to locate Sealed v. Sealed under 06-cr-128.


Some there are convinced it refers to a motion to quash by Time Warner in the libby case, although the motion would be numbered with an MC not a CR. Wish it would occur to them to put it in both ways and see if they get different results.

Someone over at Truthout had this to say:

"Mr. Ash:

I'm afraid you are being badly burned here. Cases are numbered in consecutive order by filing date, and in fact to call this purported indictment Case "06 cr 128" is incorrect on its face. You couldn't even look it up on the Party/Case index that way. It's possible that you might turn up something using 1-06-cr-128, but correctly labeled, this case would be a variant of 1:06-cr-00128. In identifying and searching for records, laymen typically mistake the importance of specific numerical combinations & punctuation in legal nomenclature.

The numbering system employed by the courts indicate that case 1:06-cr-00128 had to have been filed either on May 16th, as was the preceeding Case 1:06-cr-00127, or on May 17th as was the following Case 1:06-cr-00129. There is no way it could have been filed in the time frame asserted by Mr. Leopold, and defended by you.

As for Mr. Leopold's latest, I cannot conceive of any reason a serious "legal expert" or "legal scholar" would insist on anonymity before commenting on the unusual nature of a "Sealed v Sealed" docket entry. The mistake in identifying the case # itself is only one of several errors in terminology that any knowledgeable party simply would not make."


Well, we can only hope the errors were Jason's, not the sources.

9:09 PM  
Blogger jan said...


You remind me of why love this blog: So much posturing- like runway in Milano... How's that song go?

"on the catwalk, yea, on the catwalk... I'm to sexy for this shirtToo sexy for this shirt- so sexy it huuuuurts!"


Sorry, just having a little fun.

Where's SPB? He needs to take this question!

9:29 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I think SPB has a life away from this blog! LOL! :)

9:42 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"on the catwalk, yea, on the catwalk... I'm to sexy for this shirtToo sexy for this shirt- so sexy it huuuuurts!"


Was that an '80's song. I remembered the song. Amd I hope that the smurf is certainly not singing that song! You know I take that back. The little soldier will be singing "I'm too sexy" in prison!..."I'm too sexy for my love.."

9:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If Rove was given 24 working hours sometime on Friday (12th) or Saturday (13th), the first available filing date would have been the 17th, just my opinion.

9:44 PM  
Blogger jan said...


HA! See, he was paying attetion ;D

I love this blog. I kinda like SPB too- in the most respectful way of course to his special lady friend ;)

9:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


The great and powerful Prokrind has spoken:

MANCHESTER, N.H. (AP) - White House adviser Karl Rove said Monday that Republicans facing midterm elections should campaign on the economy's strength and discuss the war in Iraq with no qualms.
"We have no excuses to make for it," Rove said during a fundraising dinner for New Hampshire Republicans. War supporters need not apologize for removing the threat of Saddam Hussein, and with so much work left to do, now is not the time to talk about leaving Iraq, he said.
Rove said Democrats pushing for the withdrawal of American troops should be the ones facing tough questions for wanting to "cut and run." He targeted Massachusetts Sen. John Kerry and Pennsylvania Rep. John Murtha, both Democrats and vocal supporters of getting out of Iraq.
"They are profoundly wrong," he said.
More than 400 people paid $100 to have dinner and hear Rove rally the faithful to work to retain Republican dominance in a state now viewed as a swing state in presidential elections. Dinner and a private reception with Rove cost $250."


Attention: DOJ office! Save your money and go to Sizzlers for dinner instead of the $100.00 chicken wings, salad, and one slice of bread dinner plate! Let's not forget ice tea! It's on sale!

9:54 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Good one SPB- 'The Libby 'soap drop dance'' ;D

9:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Interesting about the Bushes, Jim Bath, and how the Bushes manipulate the law...illegally.

9:55 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Thank you for your kind words. I was on conference call that took me off my laptop!

9:56 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

You are like Superman! Always there to "save the day!" LOL!

(Do you change clothes in a phone booth?)

9:57 PM  
Blogger jan said...

That's SSPB!

9:58 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I could see the little soldier. He's too short. Probably the little soldier can do the munchkin dance from the Wizard of Oz!

9:58 PM  
Blogger jan said...



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


No, at the Greyhound bus station! Lol!

10:00 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Anon, 10:55,

I know. The more I look into the more creepy it all looks.

10:05 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

This is gonna be some movie SPB!

Camera zooms in...

Biloxi flies into the Greyhound Bus station to change out of his Superman clothes into his Special Prosecutor clothes! (While he sings..."I'm too sexy for my shirt...too sexy for my shirt..")

10:05 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

From Americablog,

Zarqawi's killing hasn't helped President Bush with the public, either. His overall job approval rating remains just 33 percent — down slightly from 35 percent last month — while 60 percent disapprove.

Mr. Bush's approval rating for handling the war in Iraq is unchanged at 33 percent, while approval for his handling of terrorism remains just below 50 percent.

The Gerbil's poll still low!

10:05 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I would love to be the roach on the wall when Fitz indict and convict Porkrind and Cheney. And as they are led off to prison, I want Fitz to belt out the song by John Ashcroft: "Let the Eagle Soar!" And didn't you know that Ashcroft sold over a 100 million copies of the song in Iraq?? LOL!

10:11 PM  
Anonymous Right On said...

Anon at 10:44 says:

"If Rove was given 24 working hours sometime on Friday (12th) or Saturday (13th), the first available filing date would have been the 17th, just my opinion."

That sounds perfectly reasonable to me, Anon. And Rove's decision to cooperate may be the key reason for having this indictment sealed until his testimony has been taken and vetted.

10:16 PM  
Blogger jan said...

right on,

Right on!

10:26 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"That sounds perfectly reasonable to me, Anon. And Rove's decision to cooperate may be the key reason for having this indictment sealed until his testimony has been taken and vetted." And right on, that;s right.. And that clears up the matter about Porky Porkrind. Looking forward for the indictment papers served on Porkrind.

I found this interesting on MSNBC about the court hearing today:

"Judge calls for ‘table of contents’
The judge ordered the CIA to provide what amounts to a “table of contents” of what Libby and Cheney received six days a week. The briefings contain sensitive details about intelligence gathered on threats against the United States."
"The defense attorneys originally wanted nearly a year of the intelligence briefings to show that Libby had more important matters on his mind and could have easily forgotten or remembered incorrectly “snippets” of conversations he had about CIA operative Valerie Plame."


In plain English, Walton again threw the little soldier another bone! When will the smurf learn?

10:28 PM  
Blogger jan said...


Why wouldn't Ashcroft be left out of the march to non-freedom? He's so sticky with from all this stuff?

10:28 PM  
Blogger jan said...


I ment "why would".

10:31 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Okay let me get this straight...Libby is waiting for Godot...Chertoff is accepting Mexican-issued cards for ID at government buildings...ha ha ha ha is beating a dead horse...SPB is going to write a novel on the Leak case while wearing his Superman cape...Libby and his buddies are sending out mass-spam relating to VIAGRA again...shhhhshh you guys are cracking me up...

...it appears it's been an entertaining night here...the only thing missing is a little PJF humor, we need a "yep" or something from our favorite special prosecutor...

10:35 PM  
Blogger jan said...


I think it's safe to say that we are cutting the tension with humor :)
- like any good Irish person would do :}

10:47 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Of course, Ashcroft is not left out. Ashcroft is separate. Mr. Comey can do the honors sing to him personally: "Let the Eagle Soar" since Ashcroft hired Comey to hire Fitz. Yes, I know that Ashcroft did wrong by not recusing himself from the case yet chose position and loyality of his friends rather than intergrity.. That tells you what type of man Ashcroft is if a dead man can beat him for the run for the Senate!

10:50 PM  
Blogger jan said...


OK. I just hate to see him left out of all the raindeer game, you know.

10:58 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


WHERE YOU AT, FITZ??? Come on, Fitz. Your court hearing with the little soldier is over today. Come on out and play with your Fitzmasbloggers. I know that you had a huge vein popped in your neck and head today every time the little soldier cried nanny nanny boo boo.. But, we need some entertainment from you!



Yup, you got everything right! That would make one hell of best seller novel!

10:58 PM  
Blogger jan said...

A good novel... only with the right ending.

10:59 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Folks do not feed the trolls, just ignore OCR-128 and the various neocons from KOS and elsewhere who come here.

They are jokes, who have no place in society.

They bit the hand that feeds them! Remember, feed a troll get caught in the ZOO!!!!


Speaking of which, Libby has really cut his own arm off with this one

Libby in deep doo doo...

I don't think Rove will be that dumb to use that defense, we'll soon find out too won't we, when he brings up the fact he "forgot" for the 100th time to the Jury who has already served him his papers!

Get out and get walking! It 'pears the Gerbil's economy is now a walking pad of evaporating water!!!!

Jaded Tasks is now on sale, with a special gift for Libby & Rove included!

By the way guys, they will all be taking the greyhound soon enough so don't fret over your own beat up cars ok.


11:03 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final posting!

Chimpcoulter, Jan, and all! Add this to my novel!

From Tpmmuckraker:

Phantom Funds Flowed to Husband of Lewis Aide
By Paul Kiel - June 12, 2006, 12:36 PM

'In the past few years, over $140,000 has flowed from unnamed defense firms to the husband of a powerful lobbyist who's now under federal investigation."

"Last Thursday, we told you about how Richard White, husband of Letitia White, the former aide to Rep. Jerry Lewis (R-CA) who became a big-time lobbyist, in turn has done quite well himself as a defense lobbyist. His one man lobby shop, run from the couple's suburban home, brought in $280,000 last year from defense clients"


Here is the list of his clients


Good night folks! Fitz, come back on the blog! SuperBiloxi has to hang up his tights for the evening! Fighting for truth, justice, and American way can you wear you out from idiots like Libby who can't seem to dismount from a dead horse defense! Signing off!

11:04 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Ashcroft singing "Let the Eagle Soar" while Biloxi swoops down into bus stations to change his clothes...

11:04 PM  
Blogger jan said...

I have to admit to everyone... I think I'm the reason this whole thing hasn't been resolved and that we are still here with no march (my head hanging low) ... I was doing my laundry the other day and my stinky Fighting Irish shirt (the one I wouldn't was till Fritz pulled this off) was turned inside out and I didn't see it when I gathered up the clothes off my bedroom floor... and it got washed... :/

11:05 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Sh**********t...now they want me to kill myself...

from Raw Story:

In a striking post, AdAge magazine, a leading magazine for the advertising community, has asked Godless author Ann Coulter to kill herself, RAW STORY has discovered.

Buried in the article, a humorous attack on the mainstream media, was the following quote.

"Would it kill you, 'Godless' author Ann Coulter, to do us all a favor and kill yourself? (Oh, well, yeah, I guess it would kill you.)

"After her recent rabidly hateful, foaming-at-the-mouth, sub-human 'Today' show appearance -- in which she reiterated her assertion that 9/11 widows are "enjoying their husband's deaths" -- even her former supporters began to fantasize about how much nicer the world would be if it were Coulterless."


LMAO at the hateful plagiarizer...

11:05 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Good night SSPB!

11:07 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"A good novel... only with the right ending".. especially bringing down all of the corrupted individuals in the leak case.. It will be a wonderful novel to read and a final closure and justice for Mr. and Mrs Wilson (wink).

Good night, Jan! By for now!

11:08 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Good night all...and sweet dreams of frogmarches...

11:11 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Goodnight SuperBiloxiMan! :)

11:11 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Or, is that, Super Special Prosecutor Biloxi Man? :)

11:16 PM  
Blogger jan said...

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11:18 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I enjoyed the comdey on the blog and SPB would be a great Superman. It's nice to laugh sometimes. I wanted at one time to watch the Libby trial but now I don't. I would must likely get kicked out for laughing to much. The memory lost defense it so stupid. When did Libby lost it and how's he doing on his current job with that illness. Libby's attorneys are eighter useing his or their working for the WH not Libby. I know Fitz is ready for anything they give out, he's smart, honest and a hell of an attorney. Plus all the had to do was read the Nixon trials for the answers.

11:25 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Tip of my wine glass to you Jackie!

11:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger Rancourt - right on! Reform politics and drop the voting machines. People should just demand that a fair voting system is in place before they cast their votes. The Electoral College system also needs to be reformed or eliminated.

11:32 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Hi D, nice to see you here :)

11:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jan, good to see you back too.

I was responding to Roger Rancourt's comment about voting, but now I can't even see it!! This thread is getting too long to follow - or maybe I was posting on the wrong thread...

11:46 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Jan your eating healthy foods and you might want to lighten up on the wine only one glass per meal.
You and SPB should team up for a comedy act. Two smart people letting us know it's ok to laugh and have fun. So many people are up tight because of the problems today but the evil doers will all be found guilty.

11:47 PM  
Blogger jan said...


I'm sure Roger knows to which you are refering. He is always making sure we know of the voting lie- God bless him :)

Jackie...Thank you. I sure can't say I haven't been up-tight and wound-up. I know you've seen that in me. But, sometimes one just has to to just laugh :)
It helps me relax and see a little more clearly. Like Ann... That crap she crapped just mad me laugh till I cried. You have to laugh at such evil.

11:56 PM  
Blogger jan said...

:) You're right. One glass less :)

Good night all!

11:59 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Jan your the best my eyes a closing so that's the sign for me to retire for the night. I like talking to you and you'll hear from me tomorrow. Sleep well and remember to smile tomorrow and everyday. It's good to be young at least I'm young at heart. Good night my friend.

12:01 AM  
Anonymous don de drain said...

If Libby is going to raise the "I was so busy I forgot" defense, it seems to me that Fitz should subpoena the billing records of Libby's attorney to see how many hours Libby spent prepping with his attorneys for his Grand Jury testimony. That info is not privileged, and it certainly is relevant to the question of whether Libby was just too busy to remember. And I'm sure that Fitz can think of a few other useful areas of inquiry to deal with that pathetic defense.

And calling a defense expert on memory retention! Golly gee, just think of all the areas to explore on cross. The defense might create more problems that it had without an expert witness. And if I am on the jury, I am going to view the calling of an expert as an effort to throw up a smokescreen. Of course, unless Libby is claiming some sort of special (medical?) condition that can not be understood without expert testimony, I don't think the Judge will let that testimony in. What a bunch of crap!

12:01 AM  
Blogger jan said...


:*, :)

12:04 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


I'm astounded at what they're going to do with chemtrails though...

These neocons are totally nuts, "TOTAL" with a capital T too

Lets just say you get a bunch of neocons, involved in conspiracy and start over-throwing elections...

Well you no longer really have elections then, pretty much
Too many conspiracies ruin the fruit.

On the other hand, you can't not vote pretty much so the solution becomes real simple

Arrest the criminals finally & abolish the electoral college..like you said!! Any fraud will be instantly caught for now on.

No rigged voting machines, and no pre-rigged electoral college. Then whoever the people choose in a runoff becomes represenative.

No longer any gerbils for you, nobody crawling into their seat with their garbage all messing the cage up....Biloxi knows a messed up cage!

12:58 AM  
Blogger jan said...


Doesn't it seem that the Dem's and the GOP are all one now? How do we tell "who are the good American's"?

1:03 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Perhaps Sen. Pat Roberts might give Libby some of his magic 'memory pills' since he always does well to cover for the members of BushCo.!

1:10 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Through instant-runoff voting!

You will see this be the new wave of the future, its what my brother and our family all been talking about.

The days of the old animal-house are numbered....

PS: Its through real candidates like Mike Gravel that we will restore all and do away with the "New World Blunder"

God speed!

1:12 AM  

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