Jun 14, 2006

No Shame...

Majority Leader Boehner’s Confidential Strategy Memo For Thursday’s Iraq Debate


Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

OMG -- this idiot crook has the nerve to quote JFK in his memo for his wicked conniving purposes...just makes me sick!

These Republicans in power are so vile, desperate and pathetic...

9:27 AM  
Blogger Nan said...

Ah - was just about to post a direct link to the Boehner memo in the open thread strand.

You're right! What ever happened to good ol'-fashioned SHAME? GRRR....

oh, sorry - that's not particularly helpful energy to be putting out into the world. Bless us all instead!


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

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10:13 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Did you all see Bush this morning?

I am getting better at picking out his veiled threats, imagine what he is like behind closed doors.

Who owns the oil fields in Iraq? Or in the very least...controls them for the next umpteen years? Bushes, Baker, the candle stick maker?

Chavez better watch out, Bush is in his MISSION REACCOMPLISHED cowboy, arrogant speak and swagger.

Once again, he ignores what people have had to figure out on their own. Can anyone give us a rough breakdown on the percentage of our gov't that is NOT CORRUPTED?? Are all departments of gov't in on it, or will they just take the fall for the top dogs and the hidden ones, the conflict of interests?

10:15 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yup, this is the Gerbil's blueprint strategy to continue marketing the 9/11 and Iraq propaganda! This is certainly a 21st century "1984" the BIG BROTHER party (GOP).. And to quote JFK is completely shameful! I am sure that JFK is probably looking above the heavens in total disgust.. To use such an icon and a President with integrity is really sinking low... Boehner should reread the part from JFK: "Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country!" I think Boehner, the Gerbil, the rest of the Big Brother party have lost the meaning of "serving" the American people and this country. Boehner is no different from The Hammer who quoted MLK's speech: "Free at last. Free at last. Thank God almighty. I'm free at last." And certainly I was quite a bit offended by DeLay's use of MLK speech. By all shapes or forms DeLay or Boehner will never be on the scale of a MLK or JFK. Both MLK abd JLK served the people and this country. DeLay, Boehner, Gerbil, the many of the Big Brother party TOOK from the people and this country!

10:17 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...


Ann Coulter put it bluntly awhile back..."we should kill them all and take their oil."

Sort of the general plan too...except killing "them" all.

Excerpt below, whole article is detaled well:

The Wall Street Journal reported on May 1 that beginning in February 2003 - well before the start of the war - the Bush administration had drafted "sweeping plans to remake Iraq's economy in the US image". Detailed planning for such a makeover will apparently be left to a range of US financial consulting firms (including BearingPoint, Booz Allen Hamilton, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu, and PricewaterhouseCoopers). (11)

The plan envisions asset sales, private concessions, leases and management contracts across the Iraqi economy, including the oil industry. It foresees that the first year would be spent building consensus for privatization, to be followed by asset transfers over a three-year period. (12) The Wall Street Journal article compares the program to what was done in Russia, but does not mention the corruption, massive job loss and gaping inequality that ensued during the Russian makeover.

Calling the shots in the oil industry is Philip Carroll, who was named on May 4 to head an advisory board to the Iraqi oil ministry. (13) Carroll was chief executive officer of Shell Oil, the US arm of Royal Dutch/Shell in the 1990s, and subsequently became head of the construction giant Fluor, a company he ran until 2002. (14) Carroll still owns substantial stock in both of these corporations. (15) He is not known as an Iraq oil specialist and apparently had never been to the country prior to his appointment.

An innocent observer may well wonder why Carroll was chosen when Iraqi nationals presumably have much better insights about the requirements of getting Iraq's oil industry back on its feet. The answer lies in the difference between a disinterested rebuilding program and an effort to establish foreign control, as suggested by Raad Alkadiri, a director at PFC Energy in Washington, DC, when he said, "But the bottom line is [that] bringing in people from the outside gives you a better chance of controlling the oil sector, even directly."


10:29 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Did you see that press conference? The MSM, all press needs to wake up, anyone with an ounce of character left, I swear he condoned death squad killing of innocents this morning.

I may have heard wrong, I think he does his "stupid speak" to get away with a lot of evil. GWB is no dummy, he is a master manipulator that has been doing it since he was a small boy.

10:30 AM  
Blogger elees said...

all the talk and church blessing of death and distruction simply show
that these " Republicans in power" (I say this because not all Republicans have power with this crew)..
can raationalize anything they do..
Iragi Lives matter to the Universe too..

10:36 AM  
Blogger teak said...


There are several documents here.

10:37 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Bohener is a neocon patsy.

It is time the entire thing fall, the entire GOP party- RATHER than any of us!!!!

Say goodbye you fat greedy bastards, and a rise to the new progressives, and the end of the DLC!!!!!

I will quite happily see as many independents get in and destroy the vote fraud, you know what I'm sayin Biloxi? Fo' shizzle. ;)

"Maybe one way to put a stop to this madness is to become completely aware of and accepting of all that we are, even those elements we don't want to claim. The more conscious we are the less we likely we are to be controlled by twisted, fear and control-based motivations, and we are more likely to make choices based on respect and regard for self and others. Karl Jung wrote about this in his later years, in a little book entitled "The Undiscovered Self" written about 1957"

Yes it is very true what you say, I have learned that. It takes alot of time for anyone to arrive at their own acceptance.

When I did though, I found untapped power which has driven the dark back ever since. But beware as that is not enough.

You must also have the highest discernment, that is how this war will be won. Know everyone by knowing all within yourself, then the deception stops.

The neocons are everywhere that is how Fitz will finally defeat them.

10:44 AM  
Blogger teak said...


When President Bush appointed former Secretary of State James Baker III as his envoy on Iraq's debt on December 5, 2003, he called Baker's job "a noble mission." At the time, there was widespread concern about whether Baker's extensive business dealings in the Middle East would compromise that mission, which is to meet with heads of state and persuade them to forgive the debts owed to them by Iraq. Of particular concern was his relationship with merchant bank and defense contractor the Carlyle Group, where Baker is senior counselor and an equity partner with an estimated $180 million stake.


I wonder where that term came from about the elephant sitting in the room no one talks about...?

10:45 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


In other news:

Skilling and Lay needs dinero:

Skilling Seeks Access to Frozen Assets
Associated Press

HOUSTON - Lawyers for Jeffrey Skilling have asked the government to release $60 million in assets under its control, citing the former Enron Corp. CEO's acquittal on insider trading charges connected to the funds.
Defense attorney Daniel Petrocelli filed a motion with U.S. District Court Judge Sim Lake on Monday requesting the assets be released to Skilling.
"Jeff wants to pay his obligations. He has obligations to his children, his family and of course he owes substantial sums of money to his lawyers," Petrocelli told the Houston Chronicle for a story in Wednesday editions.
Skilling owes Petrocelli's firm, Los Angeles-based O'Melveny and Myers, "tens of millions of dollars," Petrocelli said."


2. Rummy is at it again:

EXCLUSIVE: Pentagon Orders U.S. Reporters to Exit Guantanamo

By Greg Mitchell and Joe Strupp

Published: June 14, 2006 10:55 AM ET
NEW YORK In the aftermath of the three suicides at the notorious Guantanamo prison facility in Cuba last Saturday, reporters with the Los Angeles Times and the Miami Herald were ordered by the office of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld to leave the island today.


I just hope journalism would get back its integrity!

3. The tough questions by Tweety Matthews. From Thinkprogress:

Chris Matthews asks the tough questions
about Ann Coulter: “Do you find her physically attractive, Tucker? … Mike, do you want to weigh in here as an older fellow. Do you find her to be a physically attractive woman? … OK, Rita, do you find her to be a physically attractive woman?” Matthews’ answer to his own question: “No, I find her — I wouldn’t put her — well, she doesn’t pass the Chris Matthews test.”

And this was the talk on Matthew's shows: is Ann Coulter attractive? There is more important news to tend to that asking a stupid question about Coulter. If Matthews asked me that question: Do I find Ann Coulter attactive? Here is my answer: "Chris, I don't sink low to date women who are on meds and not playing with a full deck. It is against my religion. Next!"

10:46 AM  
Anonymous ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

Let the leakers keep on leaking.
Leak on!

10:47 AM  
Anonymous jeff gannon said...

I'm not sure why, and am very confused about it, but I find Ann incredibly attractive.

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

"And this was the talk on Matthew's shows: is Ann Coulter attractive?" LMAO SPB

Tweety can be so obnoxious with his fluff questions. I liked your answer...

I am outraged how the traditional press lets Coulter get away with her drug-induced sh*t. And the spineless politicians that did not say anything about mAnn Coulter's remarks on the 9/11 widows. Someone should have spoken up. She is a mean-spirited (rhymes with rich and if that reference is hazy...ask Barbara Bush)

11:14 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Exactly hahahahaha!

And its easy to know why you get attracted gannon, thats because Ann Coulter's a man.


11:15 AM  
Anonymous Ann said...

Got any pictures, Jeff?

11:16 AM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

Rumsfeld forcing reporters from Guantanamo is disgusting...There is so much BLOOD on the hands of the Bush Administration...If they are not stopped we are all in trouble as their goal seems to be governing the people by Martial Law. Everyone posting here will be re-located to Guantanamo Bay.

11:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The more these Republicans say or do, the clearer we can see their corrupt agenda. People are really waking up to their true reality and I don't think this black government will be able to stay in power much longer.
Think victory, freedom, sovereignty, and prosperity for all.

11:22 AM  
Anonymous Tinkerbell said...

"Women like Ann Coulter are basically Jeff Gannon from the waist down."

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

Just like the Gerbil is trying to take away the American people's first amendment rights, the WH administration are taking away the integrity of true journalism from reporter in Guantanamo. The Gerbil and campany are turning this country into a totalitarian society!

11:24 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Have faith kis....

Fitzgerald will not let us be taken anyway. Hell, my brother is already listed in their database.

Get armed with anything you want just in case they try to take you to camps etc, thats always a good idea.

But take it from me too I have seen the evils of neoconmossad up close...they are more afraid of you than you are of them.

The day will come when this will all be like some old dream.

11:28 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"People are really waking up to their true reality and I don't think this black government will be able to stay in power much longer." It is because the Gerbil WH are using the same strategy from the Nixon playbook and refuse to dismount from the dead horse policies and agendas that the Gerbil keeps riding on.

11:28 AM  
Anonymous Jeff gannon said...

Ann I have one of me with Karl while we were wrestling at Camp David the other day. He's caught in my leg lock with his eyes popping out nearly. I'll send ASAP.

11:31 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I hope that you vote in November election. This article is a bit disturbing for me:

Capital Watch
House lawmakers take $3,300 pay raise

"WASHINGTON — Despite record low approval ratings, House lawmakers Tuesday embraced a $3,300 pay raise that would increase their salaries to $168,500.
The 2 percent cost-of-living adjustment (COLA) would be the seventh straight for members of the House and Senate. Lawmakers easily squelched an attempt by Rep. Jim Matheson, D-Utah, to get a direct vote to block the increase, which is automatically awarded unless lawmakers vote to block it.
In the early days of GOP control of Congress, lawmakers routinely denied themselves the annual COLA."


All do respect, folks! But they don't deserve squat! And 2% cost of living adjustment added? People don't get that in their jobs. What the story on that?

11:41 AM  
Anonymous Ann said...

"Thanks for the eye-popping pic, My-Lower-Half!"

11:43 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Yes and they are going to defeat raising the minimum wage, shameful.

11:47 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


Its obvious what it is going down.

The GOP is all drunk with kool-aid and doesn't realize how quickly their power will crumble, because it was the neocons who got them into office.

They have the same parasite forever now as the DLC will, and you know they are all up for corruption charges.

I say we muster no words here, and drag nearly all of them out by their backs into the cour troom

We need to openly make sure they are tried in court, Biloxi for mass-fraud and Graft. Peter Zeidenberg and the rest can make sure of it.

We can help them along too and sue these sacks of scum. You know that Gerbil's graft has rubbed off on all of them!

And by dismantling the whole neocon vote-fraud and destroy the operation, they will never get elected again!

And they will fall all the way down to jail and severance package in 2006!


See thats the problem with greed...you think you always going to have it, but then you get involved with the wrong crowd. Well they end up screwing you over. Happened everywhere they ever pulled this nonsense.

Roll on Grand Juries...

11:50 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

RE: November Elections

I am sending more money today to my candidate for the Senate who needs to oust the incumbent.I urge everyone to send some $ to a competent incumbent...we need to throw out this corrupt Congress now!

I am an Independent voter (not proud of either party), and I watch closely what politicans or political groups that I send money to support...this year I will be sending more than usual.

11:51 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I watched Bush at his press conference. More of the same old BS!!


11:52 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Regarding the miminum wage (it is a shame too),Congress only cares about Congress. Every since the Gerbil has crawled in the Oval office, his agenda has always been the Robin Hood strategy: pimp from the poor and middle class and give to the Gerbil gang.

11:54 AM  
Anonymous Joe Blow said...

The GOP is all drunk with kool-aid and doesn't realize how quickly their power will crumble, because it was the neocons who got them into office.

When does that start happening? It has been two years that Fitz has been at the task.

11:56 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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


What do you expect from the Gerbil? For him to change? King Gerbil is still King Gerbil. Still jumping on the same dead house battle cry of "staying the course." And that is going to be on the history books when he booted from his throne: "How George W. Bush rode a dead horse strategy of Iraq and didn't bother to dismount."

Speaking of politics:

Ex-Reagan official grabs Democratic Senate nomination
Iraq war prompts ex-Navy secretary to leave GOP
Wednesday, June 14, 2006; Posted: 12:03 p.m. EDT (16:03 GMT)

RICHMOND, Virginia (AP) -- James Webb, a former Reagan administration Navy secretary who left the Republican Party over the Iraq war, won the Democratic nomination Tuesday to take on GOP Sen. George Allen in the fall.


12:06 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Joe Blow,

It took four years for the Governor Ryan Trial to come to a close and all the criminals to be taken down, just this year.

It took close to 3 1/2 years for ENRON's Ken Lay to finally be thrown in the pen.

And there's many examples, as SPB says!

In a high profile case like the nation's Nationl Security, its bound to take as long as it needs to.

Moral of the story, great things happen to those who wait.....

ESPECIALLY the first among them..

12:20 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

More examples of plagiarism in Coulter's new book. List copied nearly word for word. Raw Story.

What I want to know was She/He/It on a Meth/Heroin/Crack binge that She/He/It forgot was She/He/It was writing?
More crap from the World's Most Self-Hating Hemaphrodite.

12:22 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I wish that cowboy Gerbil would get off that dead horse!! The cowboy Gerbil needs to take off his 10- gallon hat, remove the spurs and give up the bottle! This isn't a John Wayne movie but the cowboy Gerbil has turned the White House into the worst movie ever made!! It is scary!!

12:28 PM  
Anonymous Joe Blow said...

It took four years for the Governor Ryan Trial to come to a close and all the criminals to be taken down, just this year.

So, by the time Bush is out of office this whole thing should come to trial, right? That's a big help 'cause by then we should be riding donkeys to Halliburton jobs we probably won't have while fending off millions of illegal aliens who are bringing nukes into the country to blow up abortion clinics.

Whew, and I was worried!

12:28 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

You know what ticks me off more than anything these days. This corrupt WH and Congress keep sneaking in laws that I oppose and I don't have the time to even keep up with them all...but I keep fighting.

Shhhshh My state rep voted against the Net Neutrality bill -- I'm POd! Now it goes to the Senate... there goes the Internet as we know it.

What else do they want to control... Say NO to implantable medical ID chips...and say NO to GRAFT...

12:30 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yeah, I just read about more plagarism from the meds woman's book. She certainly has the "cut and paste stupidity." Raggegy Ann, if you are going to plagarize or cut and paste, make sure that the information is accurate for goodness sakes!

12:31 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I read that Air Force 1 costs the taxpayers $16,000 per hour! Now, tell me why Bush HAD to go to Iraq?

12:36 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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12:36 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Chimpcoulter says:

"This corrupt WH and Congress keep sneaking in laws that I oppose.." Well, when you are in the backpocket of the Gerbil and are giving special favors, there is the problem! Someone needs to cut the milk machine called money from dairy from WH and Congress for good because that is what is keeping the Gerbil Administration and Congress attached to the hip!"

12:37 PM  
Anonymous slingblade said...

Y'all kin say wut yew want about Ann, Ah's still like tuh nail thet.

12:50 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Roger R.....I live in the Michigan Congressional district "represented" by Candace Miller. Yes, the same Candace Miller that got 18,181 votes the last time she ran. The same Candace Miller that was censored along
with Tom Delay for her vote trading on the Medicare Prescription Drug Plan From Hell.

Who do I contact to work on elections in November to assure our district voters that it will be a fair and honorable election this time. I am willing to work to make sure that happens.

12:52 PM  
Blogger elees said...

the Republican record throughout all of history certainly shows patterns of inability to govern and the fact that they now have all the power and still can't govern speaks to lots of denial among supporters of people who cannot govern..
to support slugs like Rove and Coulter as the best they can be..puts the whole group in a sad state of being ..hate is their mantra and as an old withdoctor once said hate destroys the body it houses ....they have chosen their fate....

12:53 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

Roger, RE: Florida Vote

I tried to send an email to Lehto, my email account suddenly stopped working and I've had strange things with my phone today...picked it up and heard a man talking, when he realized I was listening, there was a loud feedback noise and he hung up. Is there a phone number available for Paul Lehto? Also, having second thoughts about becoming a target on Gov Jeb's hitlist.

12:56 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

Has anybody checked out Huffington Post's picture of Press Secretary Dan Barlett's face as he was on the super secret trip to Iraq?
It was hilarious! He looked like he just took a dump in his pants!
Just like the Republicans. Bunch of Chickenhawks.

1:15 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

contessa re: congress

Well you could just light a fire to throw all of them out, its time we take out the graft trash!

The Gerbil can't keep using our soldiers in the ratrace anymore, not now with the commanders pulling out.

So support real people like this, is the first suggestion


You will find these are true independents, who are going to clean out the box!!!!

Only support them, and throw weight behind making them elected and tossing out the vote fraud.

1:17 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


This isn't good. This means that the stupid neocons are now monitoring everyone's phones and names because their vote fraud operation has been exposed.
Vote fraud exposed, one big mess

Well you know you should contact Samm Simpson and other candidates, tell them of this news.

Samm simpson

These corrupt loser neocons can't intimidate everyone, we're way ahead of the game!!

Now I wish Jeff Fisher could sing like a canary in D.C., but my bro says its crawling with neomossad agents.

Nowhere is safe anymore because the truth is out and the neocons are arrogant afraid of losing all their power....

I say if anyone gets on your phone again, use *69 and turn in that number to the Police Department, Fitzgerald, and the Washington FBI.

They did that in canada and stopped a terror attack recently....the truth has them running like scared jackals.

1:27 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


The song Karl Rove doesn't want you to hear...

Karl Rove

The man known as Bush’s Brain talks about The freedom toast and the get out of jail free card. Should we have told him that the microphone was completely turned off and the song is about to come to end real soon?

1:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Has anybody checked out Huffington Post's picture of Press Secretary Dan Barlett's face as he was on the super secret trip to Iraq?

You mean the one of Tony Snow that was Photoshopped onto a helicopter pilot?


1:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Should we have told him that the microphone was completely turned off and the song is about to come to end real soon?

Define soon.

1:42 PM  
Blogger elees said...


1:45 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Bush accidentally mocks blind reporter's 'shades'

Published: Wednesday June 14, 2006

Exchange between United States President George W. Bush and journalist Peter Wallsten at White House Rose Garden, June 14, 2006:

1:46 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Oops forgot the link! That reporter was blind!


1:48 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


Blind is a figure of speech...some or most reporters in D.C. for instance, are so blind they can't see the Gerbil for the criminal fraud he is.

But you are talking about a real physical blind man here, this guy is less BLIND than all the reporters surrounding the GERBIL!!! Especially stooge Chris Matthews, WOW!!!!

And the Gerbil insulted him, so you know the gloves are off....Karl Rove's victory today is tomorrow's total fall for the crooks.


1:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karl Rove's victory today is tomorrow's total fall for the crooks.

Tomorrow? Cool!

2:01 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


You know that Gerbil is beyond stupid. To say that to a blind person and yet the Gerbil doesn't treat him like a normal person.. He is beyond being helped. And I bet he was yearning the bottle when he made such a idiotic remark! I know Papa Bush is still thinking that his real son was switched at birth, and that this son that he raised was really dropped when he was born. Gerbil is dumb like doorknobs!

2:05 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

SPB we all know the real reason the Gerbil claimed that is because the man can see a fraud that's in front of him.

He may not have eyesight, but he can see the fraud that is King Gerbil. Thats why the insult, hes mad because he found someone who sees right through him!

Yearning for the bottle all the more because we know Armitage & Cheney are in the mix now....

As for fitz he will always do right by it and get the bad guys. But peter zeidenberg we need to have faith in. Patience is a virtue. Now he's found out the whole drug-trafficking conspiracy, that is sometimes intimidating for a new prosecutor. He's a new attorney but like Berkowitz he can take them all down and we should wish that they all follow fitz lead.

2:11 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Bush is afraid of horses according to Greg Palast, and I've seen someone else say that in an interview.

The Decider...afraid of a horsey.

2:12 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

I wonder how this will be spun. These guys are better than running for government office, just lousy at the job of running the government.

2:14 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

That is why cowboy Gerbil rides a dead horse! That horse can't bite him or throw him off!

2:17 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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2:20 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Maybe the Gerbil should listen to Helen Keller's words:

"The most pathetic person in the world is someone who has sight but has no vision."

2:21 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Gerbil's riding the same dead horse libbys riding in on the facts are all there.

You know all this is just smoke and mirrors for the election fraud, they could never win a real race, aka they aren't good at campaigning.

Nope not the GOP or DLC either, they are all fluff. THE only way they ever win anything is election fraud!

Without them carrying the boat, they float away and shrivel up....as total exposed frauds.

You would destroy Rove's pride by taking away their power, he'd blow away without fraud.

2:21 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks, more in the news:

1. Can you say 1 million?

House Ethics Committee and aides accepted nearly $1m in free trips

From January 2000 to June 2005, members of the House Ethics Committee and their aides accepted more than 400 privately sponsored trips at a cost of nearly $1 million, according to a new report by the Center for Public Integrity


2. A bonehead moment for The Hammer:

From TPMmuckraker:

Former House Majority Leader Tom DeLay thought he'd help out the Republicans in his new home state of Virginia by recording an "robo-call" message to voters. “Hello, this is Tom DeLay," his message began. He mentioned how he battled Democratic Rep. Jim Moran (VA) for 14 years.
And then he added, “I recently re-registered to vote in Northern California.” Indeed, he has not; DeLay has registered to vote in Northern Virginia. But tell that to the legions of Virginians who now believe Tom DeLay is hot-tubbing in Sonoma.

And there you go...

2:51 PM  
Anonymous fussbudget said...

Dear Karl,
"not guilty" does not equal "innocent." In your case, "unindicted for now" doesn't equal "off the hook forever."

3:01 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

********NEWS ALERT***************

Truthout will issue a statement on the Rove story today at 5:00 p.m. Pacific. The post will appear on our blog at: http://forum.truthout.org/blog/

3:06 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

"But tell that to the legions of Virginians who now believe Tom DeLay is hot-tubbing in Sonoma."

LMAO I'm just glad he is not in my state and no longer the House Majority Leader...

3:13 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Jason Leopold and I have been communicating back & forth via email. He is such a great reporter and I want to see him get through this difficult time! I gave him a "pep talk" last night and he seems to have be feeling better! :)

3:27 PM  
Anonymous ewastud said...

Rove, Bush, and the GOP are in the midst of a major propaganda offensive with the contrived "death" of a mythical, psy-ops "al Zarqawi," the Luskin claim regarding the prosecution of Rove, and the Bush clandestine visit to Iraq (they wouldn't want to give Iraqis advance notice for fear of a near-certain assassination attempt on the a-hole). Be aware of this crap and call the GOP on it, as ThinkProgress has by publishing the secret GOP strategy memo regarding the upcoming debate in the House on Iraq (http://thinkprogress.org/2006/06/14/boehner-memo/).

3:34 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"LMAO I'm just glad he is not in my state and no longer the House Majority Leader..." Northern California got a lot more to deal with especially the "Collectinator" of Kalifornia which they are trying to boot him out from Governorship.

3:57 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Two postings regarding Rove. One good analogy from Christy. This is about Luskin "phantom" letter:

Okay, so I’m reading the Time article on the Rove development (thanks to jbalazs for the heads up), and a couple of things jump out at me. First of all, now Luskin is saying that he received a FAX from Fitzgerald. So, we’ve heard phone call (in the television reporting), letter (NYTimes) and now FAX from Time Magazine’s Mike Allen.

Second, there is this paragraph:

"Luskin had just received a fax from Patrick Fitzgerald, the special counsel in the case, saying that he was formally notifying Luskin that absent any unexpected developments, he does not anticipate seeking any criminal charges against Rove."

Translation: if I get solid evidence that your client lied to me, all bets are off.

Fitzgerald did not close the door entirely — no prosecutor ever does, since you never know what will turn up in the next document dump or investigative interview — so in order for Rove to be entirely in the clear for the long haul, he’d best have told the truth, the whole truth and nothing but the truth. Can the same be said for Dick Cheney and others in the case? Time will tell.

Now, where does it say in the letter according to Luskin that Rove is exonerated from the leak case? Distorting the truth folks!

4:58 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Second posting (my favorite):

I finally found a newspaper that digs and ask questions for more information from yesterday's annoucement about Rove:

On Firedoglake:

From The LA Times yesterday :

"Behind the scenes, however, as Fitzgerald’s investigation has shown, top White House strategists had worked feverishly to discredit Plame’s husband, former Ambassador Joseph C. Wilson IV, who had infuriated officials by accusing the White House of twisting intelligence to justify the invasion of Iraq."
"The accusation was worrisome for Bush aides, who knew that the Iraq war would be a central theme of the president’s reelection campaign in 2004. So Plame’s identity was leaked by anonymous senior officials as part of an effort to claim that Wilson’s CIA-funded trip to the African nation of Niger to investigate whether Iraq had tried to purchase uranium ore there had been a junket arranged by his CIA officer wife.
As Fitzgerald’s investigation has shown, not only was Rove involved in discussing Plame with reporters, but so was Libby, Cheney’s chief of staff, who has been indicted on perjury and obstruction of justice charges in the case…."
"The hardball proclivities weren’t limited to behind-the-scenes strategists like Libby and Rove. The unfolding case would connect their actions to Cheney.
In pursuing the case against Libby, the special prosecutor released documents showing that the vice president was focused on questioning Wilson’s motivation and credibility from the moment the article was published, just 10 weeks after Bush had landed on the deck of an aircraft carrier under a banner declaring "Mission Accomplished."
"Fitzgerald released a copy of Cheney’s handwritten notations atop Wilson’s article: "Have they done this sort of thing before? Send an Amb. to answer a question? Do we ordinarily send people out pro bono to work for us? Or did his wife send him on a junket?"
Indeed, the notion that Wilson’s trip to Africa was a junket arranged by his wife became a central part of the White House effort to undermine the former envoy, whose lengthy State Department career included postings in Iraq and Africa. The anti-Wilson campaign coincided with White House planning for the 2004 campaign."
"Fitzgerald’s investigation also led to revelations that Bush — who for months had promised to root out leakers in his administration and punish whoever disclosed Plame’s identity — had authorized the release of classified information.
Wilson’s contention that so offended the White House — that the administration twisted intelligence to justify the invasion of Iraq — has since drawn support from intelligence officials around the globe, including former officers of the CIA. And the Niger uranium case that he described in his controversial article has become exhibit A in the cache of evidence assembled by critics to suggest that the administration cherry-picked intelligence information to justify the case for war."

5:02 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Did you guys see Frist's photo on HuffPo now? He looks like he just gave birth to a cow! LOL!!

5:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


This is too funny!

Wild Weed on Courthouse Lawn Eliminated
Wild weed growing on the lawn of a South Dakota federal courthouse eliminated

SIOUX FALLS, S.D., Jun. 12, 2006
"(AP) After reporters pointed out that wild marijuana, commonly called ditch weed, was growing on the lawn at the federal courthouse in Sioux Falls, the greenery was eliminated.

City officials and a developer said seeds in dirt brought in for construction must have sprouted.

KSFY-TV in Sioux Falls had it tested to be sure it was ditch weed and brought it to the attention of federal officials last week. None wanted to comment.

Low-grade, wild marijuana was initially grown as hemp to make rope in World War II. But it contains a small amount of the ingredient that makes marijuana smokers high."

Congress made it illegal in 1970 to grow any form of the marijuana plant.


And do I think that there is strange weed growing right at the WH? Well, that would explain the Gerbil strange behavior for the last 5 years in office (let's not forget the bottle) and his embarrassment momment with the blind man today. Maybe, I should nominate Fitzgerald as the new Special Prosecutor to lead the investigation of a possible marijuana plant growing at the WH.

5:49 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Since "heckuva job Brownie" didn't have to take a drug test for FEMA Director, what does that tell you? I think the entire White House needs to take a drug test! Especially the cowboy gerbil, if you can get him off his dead horse long enough!

6:04 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Hi All, Some great stuff on here. I was busy today at the "empty boots" display by the American friends.

About 5-6000 a good number for Columbus. Looking forward to reading it. SBP, After re-reading some of my own stuff, I apologize to Fitz for saying justice wasn't served regarding Rove!

I have a much clearer vision of what his strategy is and as always it makes a lot of sense! Thanks for the great articles -Teak you and Chimpcoulter are on fire today with your finds ;-) !

6:08 PM  
Blogger Sharon said...

You know, I thought that most people were getting wise to all this same ole, same ole until the other day. This young gentleman had to give me a ride home and I noticed he was listening to Rush (I think I'm gonna barf!) Limpbough or whoever and we started talking. I swear it was like the twilight zone or groundhog day or something. I mentioned he could listen to a liberal station and he said, " I'm a Republican, mam!" I asked him if he was real thrilled with his party and he said, "We don't believe in killing no babies!"
What about lying to send them to war after they get a little older?
"They volunteered!" Well, what about the corruption in Congress?
"If you vote Democrat, you vote to kill babies!" On and on it went, to each question I posed was the same answer,. As long as you don't kill no babies, you're our guy! OMG

6:10 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Just be patient.. Rove will get rolled over, Cheney is on borrowed time, the smurf is get squashed, and the Gerbil, king of the stupidity.org, will get dismounted from his throne. The Gerbil will only have his bottle who he yearns and cares for! And justice is not served with Rove and anyone else involved in this case.. This case is far from over...


Let's not forget Congress to take a drug test.. With Hookergate, hookers, poker games, and drinks, weed can go well with certain members of Congress. That probably explains why they are asleep at the wheel on many of the bills that they sign.

6:18 PM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Typical rhetoric. Repubs have abortions of conveniance too and are condoning/excusing the Marines in Haditha murdering of babies.

Sounds like you rode with one of the more simple minded ditto heads.

And that's saying alot.

6:21 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Folks there are alot of empty heads in the youth of New York City theres so many neocons there its insane....

Thats no wonder than the GOP is eating them alive because thats what it does, its a virus.

And the Gerbil of course is capitalizing off that and getting more rich by their stupidity!!!!

He wants them all to ignore him because that counts as support! Because if the whole nation turned against him, our congress would be thrown out of there and the Gerbil too.

Biloxi got it right, with the marijuana once again taking root at Gerbil's R Us. He can't escape that fate, not even the illuminati can stop that capsizin'!

I nominate Prosecutor Biloxi to face the new wrath, the case of the KILLER WEED!!!

Soon there will be TV shows, commercial, merchandise, books and naughty magazines all with the same label to treat the Gerbil abuse.

;D That's a commodity!

6:24 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Folks, remember what our fearless leader "BOHener" said with a capital B for bonehead.

"This debate in the House of Representatives gives our Republican Conference the opportunity to present the American people our case for strong national security policies whose purpose is to protect the nation against another attack on our own soil.

Similarly, we must conduct this debate as a portrait of contrasts between Republicans and Democrats with regard to one of the most important political issues of our era. Articulating and advocating our core principles will allow the American public to witness Members of Congress debate a fundamental question facing America’s leaders:

In a post-9/11 world, do we confront dangerous regimes and the threat of terrorism with strength and resolve, or do we instead abandon our efforts against these threats in the hopes that they will just fade away on their own?

Republicans believe victory in Iraq will be an important blow to terrorism and the threat it poses around the world. Democrats, on the other hand, are prone to waver endlessly about the use of force to protect American ideals. Capitol Hill Democrats’ only specific policy proposals are to concede defeat on the battlefield and instead, merely manage the threat of terrorism and the danger it poses.

These are troubling policies to embrace in a post-9/11 world. During this debate, we need to clarify just how wrong the Democrats’ weak approach is and just how dangerous their implementation would be to both the short-term and long-term national security interests of the United States.

Resolve Will Triumph Over Retreat

As a result of our efforts during this debate, Americans will recognize that on the issue of national security, they have a clear choice between a Republican Party aware of the stakes and dedicated to victory, versus a Democrat Party without a coherent national security policy that sheepishly dismisses the challenges America faces in a post- 9/11 world.

Let there be no doubt that America and its allies in the war in Iraq and the Global War on Terrorism face difficult challenges. The American people are understandably concerned about our mission in a post-Saddam Iraq. There have been many tough days since Iraq’s liberation and transition to a sovereign democracy.

Democrats are all too eager to seize upon the challenges we face as their rationale or motivation for retreat. As Republicans, we understand the diplomatic and national security hazards of such a move. We must echo the American public’s understanding of just how great the stakes are in Iraq and our long-term efforts to win the War on Terrorism."

Answer is we must lie, smear, and lie again as thats the only tactic we know.

Since not only are the democrats tough on national security, they're even better at it than the pathetic GOP!

On top of securing our borders and taking care of terrorist threats, they don't go rampaging out of nowhere to a country that has nothing to do with 9-11.

To a country that has lots of oil Israel wants, steal it and rape it dry, and then move onto the next failure.

"Americans will recognize that on the issue of national security, they have a clear choice between a Republican Party aware of the stakes and dedicated to victory, versus a Democrat Party without a coherent national security policy that sheepishly dismisses the challenges America faces in a post- 9/11 world."

Yep, one of those primary challenges is actually getting a victory. Since the beginning of the GOP every national security policy has been a failure, our borders are now owned by foreign companies and illegals are all over taking the jobs.

And the strategy that is coherant for the GOP is called "stick, stick boom". Shoot everything in sight that moves and then shoot ourselves. You're a failure, GOP. A flopping failure, just like the NEOCONS.

And the democrats, even they are tougher on strategy and have the best strategy with NATO to get rid of the real terrorists. Not go rampaging through random countries, stealing things that have never attacked us. Oh but they attacked Israel sorry!!

Now on top of all this, the failure that is JOHN BOEHNER re-uses the Abramoff playbook. He is a gullible fool to even swallow this crap.

I bet not even HE believes it, because despite the democrats not having power beyond that the independents have already won.

We have achieved victory, by showing the hyperbole on both sides as pure crap. And with a international coalition we will SOLVE terrorism, by weeding out what causes it: Greed and OIL. We will TOTALLY replace the democrats and toss off the GOP...and oh yeah we'll have their heads!!

The heads of all the liars, neocons, criminals and fanatical LOSERS..as National Security means having secured your sanity first. :)
Now THAT is the speech should have given, Boehner is a failure. My little sister could write a better speech Biloxi!

6:42 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

Just another neoconservative boner


6:47 PM  
Anonymous jeff gannon said...

I like boehner.

7:07 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Some of the Katrina funds were used to pay for a sex change. Do you know anything about that Jeff?

7:14 PM  
Anonymous jeff gannon said...

Why would I condone such mutilation?

Please see my comment above.

7:16 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I don't know Jeff...I thought maybe you wanted Turd Blossom to change into a man! LOL!

8:12 PM  
Anonymous rumor has it said...

"The sex change paid fraudulantly with Katrina funds was for the reigning Director of DHS. He wants to be more effective in his job. Ask Brownie for the email."

8:51 PM  
Anonymous t said...

s-q Oh that was a gooood one;-)

Thanks SPB, patience is a virture I continue to work on ;-) I hope Fitz doesn't have to take on any more in this case, surely another special prosecutor would do that.

The strategy of Fitz and team has been masterful, precise and leathal. Good job and we are all counting the days-you know your bloggers support the your DOJ duties 110%!

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

"I nominate Prosecutor Biloxi to face the new wrath, the case of the KILLER WEED!!!'

Roger, I accept the nomination. I would first get the rid of by using pesticide the major killer weed that has crawled in and planted his butt in the WH for 5 years that has sprouted nothing but lies, deception, corruption, and graft to this country: King Gerbil, CEO of Murder Inc. and Stupidity.org.

10:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sharon - that is disturbing and is being played out one way or another in so many towns across our nation. It shows how dangerous ignorance is and how invested this admnistration is in genrating it. That is why they cut eduacation funding and funding to any medium that offers and facilitates independent, alternative and creative thinking. They are creating a slave class and using "liberals" policies against liberals.

For example immigration - serves this administration well, because the more cheap labor you have here that corparations can hie, the more the americann work force will have to lower their own financila standards to compete with them - hence...abolishing the minimum wage , which corporations think is dandy. But if you speak out against this, you are demonized and seen as either a hypocrite or racist. These guys, the Architect, Rove, they are incredibly devious and sinister and the DEMS better get thier brightest minds NOW to combat them before it's too late!

11:52 PM  
Blogger DoDGoNe said...





12:10 AM  
Blogger Oregon Senator Gordon Smith said...

Now Now there...John Boehner is a wonderful public servant, and is working for the American people...Just like me. His eloquent speech echoes nothing...but truth, in thought, in words, and and indeed, this is a man concerned for the safety and well being of us God fearing Americans...

10:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

God fearing Americans...

I don't fear God but do the neocons.

10:54 AM  

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