Jun 14, 2006

Open Thread...

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40 Comments:

Blogger jan said...

Fitz! ;D

9:19 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Top of the Morning/Afternoon/Evening Fitzizzles Bloggers:

Happy Wednesday!

You can see that I am in a good mood today. Oh, by the way, thank you S-Q and Roger for sending emails to Jason Leopold. He needs all of the support to lift him up in this trying matter. What is on my mind? Well, I got some ZZZZs last night from a long hours yesterday. I should alert the media on that since they had a lot of garbage to report yesterday. Now, the topic that is in my thoughts are: When is Luskin going to send the letter over to me That was on my mind last night. He tells the media some trump letter that he was given by Fitz but won't presented it to the public. I think that letter is really Luskin's past due payments on his Nordstrom's credit card... Oh, I did hear a little of the Gerbil's unannounced trip overseas yesterday. You know everywhere that the Gerbil goes spells trouble.. Everytime he crawls out of the Oval office for a pet project, it tends to backfire on him.. And I just think that the American people and other countries are pretty much worn out from his 9/11 speechs. That rug has been worn out.

Finally, I just heard this morning about the use of FEMA money for the Hurricanes were used for divorces and other material things. This is showing people who much FEMA & DHS were really organized in their departments. And of course, the money in 9/11 wasn't given out appropriately either. Seriously messed up folks, thanks to King Gerbil. And Brownie? Not only that he couldn't spell Homeland Security or FEMA, but he didn't have to take a drug test! I guess all the convicts in prison can rest assured that there is an opening for them as Director of FEMA!

9:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So Fitz rolled Karl? Unoffically, perhaps.

According to one analysis I read yesterday, it is not likely that Karl has been indicted, since he will be asked under oath if he is testifying in return for immunity. He must say yes if it is true, but if he does, he admits guilt, and that would look very, very bad for both him and the WH.

Now if this is the case, that doesn't mean that PJF didn't prepare charges against him and read them to Luskin. It just means that Fitz didn't actually ask the jury to vote to indict on those charges.

Yesterday's author supposes that there was a gentleman's agreement between attorneys. He conjectures that as soon as Fitz was able to confidently assert to Judge Walton that there would be no problems with executive privilege, he faxed Luskin a "clear for now" letter.

Which leaves us with the problem of who the "sealed vs. sealed" indictment is for, if not for Karl.

Since Fitz's Exhibts A-C (in the DOJ website linked from the "Libby and Cheney in Deep Doe-Doe" post here in late May) contain Libby's testimony re: John Doe, dare we hope this one's for Cheney?

10:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jan.
After yesterday Fitz may need some mothering and to be told he's cute.
The other women here have quit doing this lately.

10:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Top of the mornin' to you as well, Biloxi. I have a question and a CONCERN. You know that if anyone ever really cares to find out, no identities can be successfully hidden, even when posters use proxies.

If you are really a DoJ employee, aren't you taking a risk by being so politically vocal here?

10:12 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"If you are really a DoJ employee, aren't you taking a risk by being so politically vocal here?"

Answer: No.

This blog was set up by Patrick Fitzgerald. And if you went on other blogs, there are alot of people from all walks of life that either blogs or set up a blog to speak their mind. John Conyers Jr. blogs and had a blog site. And John and Teresa Kerry also blogs. So, blogs are for the first amendment. And I am glad that people can find a place where they give their opinions or thoughts unlike the media on T.V. So, I will continue to speak my mind, Anon, because God gave each and everyone of us a VOICE. My grandfather used to say to me: God gave your a voice. So use it!

10:23 AM  
Blogger agata said...

And, Biloxi, so help you God !!!

12:56 PM  
Blogger agata said...

On a lighter note, I've read the latest James Patterson book and , honestly, I'm disappointed. I mean, I like the guy and etc.but it seems to me that he's being lazy, figuratively speaking. So it took me a couple of hours ( no food, no shower) to read it and it's just plain. :-(

1:02 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And agata, God gave me a brain to use. He failed with the Gerbil. God probably thinking about the Gerbil: "Man, I failed in one my crops of creation. Where did I go wrong?"

1:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And when I had meant a brain, the Gerbil was left out from the food chain for that!

From Raw Story:

Bush accidentally mocks blind reporter's 'shades'
RAW STORY


Exchange between United States President George W. Bush and journalist Peter Wallsten at White House Rose Garden, June 14, 2006:
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PRESIDENT BUSH: Yeah, Peter. You're going to ask that question with those shades on?
PETER WALLSTEN: I can take them off --
BUSH: No, I'm interested in the shade look, seriously here.
WALLSTEN: All right. I'll keep it then.
BUSH: For the viewers there's no sun. (Scattered laughter.)
WALLSTEN: I guess it depends on your perspective.
BUSH: (Laughs, laughter.) Touche. (Laughter.)
###
Peter Wallsten is blind

1:14 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Anonymous, 11:09 said

"Jan.
After yesterday Fitz may need some mothering and to be told he's cute.
The other women here have quit doing this lately."

Well, Anon, I would never call Mr. Fitzgerald cute ;O

I would call him something more like tall dark and handsome or HOT is more fitting ;D!

1:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"The other women here have quit doing this lately."

And may I suggest for Fitz the good cologne that I am wearing.. Maybe the women will give him the R&R that he needs....

1:59 PM  
Blogger jan said...

I bet Fitz smells fine- with a faint smell of good coffee too :) YUM!

2:05 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"I bet Fitz smells fine- with a faint smell of good coffee too :) YUM!" And you think so Jan? Coffee? Do you want him to carry around coffee beans in his shirt pocket so the women including yourself can smell the aroma of freshness of Fitz? I hope it is not Juan Valdez coffee...

2:15 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

And, SPB, do you change colognes when you change your clothes at the bus station? You know, the same cologne can give away your true identity! LOL

2:47 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Maybe I should use coffee beans to kill the smell of my cologne. After all, I cannot reveal Super Biloxi Man's identity? Who will fight the crimes? LOL! And I like the idea of switching colognes while changing clothes at the bus station...

2:55 PM  
Blogger DoDGoNe said...

Regarding all thi spin about Rive not being indicted everybody seems to forget Viveca Novak's article
What Viveca Novak Told Fitzgerald
By Viveca Novak
TIME

Sunday 11 December 2005

It was in the midst of another Washington scandal, almost a decade ago, that I got to know Bob Luskin. He represented Mark Middleton, a minor figure in the Democratic campaign-finance scandals of 1996. Luskin kept Middleton out of the spotlight and never told me much. Still, there is the occasional source with whom one becomes friendly, and eventually Luskin was in that group.

We'd occasionally meet for a drink - he didn't like having lunch - Cafe Deluxe on Wisconsin Avenue, near the National Cathedral and on my route home. In October 2003, as we each made our way through a glass of wine, he asked me what I was working on. I told him I was trying to get a handle on the Valerie Plame leak investigation. "Well," he said, "you're sitting next to Karl Rove's lawyer." I was genuinely surprised, since Luskin's liberal sympathies were no secret, and here he was representing the man known to many Democrats as the other side's Evil Genius. more here

http://www.truthout.org/
docs_2005/121205C.shtml

so I still ask myself why all this spin since Luskin has not produced any document to back his claim

and if he was not going to be indicted why has Rove been demoted?

Bush admin is falling apart by de day and time is on Fitz side..he does not want to turn this case into a juzdgement of irak war and note many truths about it are coming out and worse things will follow, stop for a moment and think which was your idea about it when scooter was indicted in October and now..

The Irk war is far worse than Vietnam, multoply all figures by seven or even ten and you will be closer to the real thing, I am sorry for it but i've benn working on it for 3 years and i know what i am talking about...

3:04 PM  
Blogger DoDGoNe said...

sorry for the typos.. i'm quite i a hurry

3:05 PM  
Anonymous fussbudget said...

Fitz,
picture of you in today's Chicago Tribune shows no coffee cup in hand! What's up with that?
(If you're quitting, beware nasty caffeine withdrawal headaches.)

3:22 PM  
Blogger jan said...

(sniff sniff) no, I smell a hint of coffee- French Roast, I think. He musta thrown the cup before the picture was taken ;D

3:31 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I saw Fitz on TV last night...and he was walking through a building wearing a tan suit...and no coffee in hand but he looked to be in hurry to get to where he was going.

Aww..Fitz..you are a true hero! (What color tights & cape do you wear?) LOL!

3:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz muzzled by Bush. All the earmarks are there.

3:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kiss his investigation goodbye. He's not going to be allowed to nail the WH criminals who deserve to get nailed. Hands tied.

3:56 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q,

I saw his tan suit too and noticed no coffee in his hand. And could you blame him? I certainly lose my quench of thirst if I had to deal with the smurf and his lawyers all day long too. The Starbuck coffee would certainly be on hold until the court was adjourned for the day. Can't wait to see him wear the red tie as Jackie wanted for his next press conference...

4:09 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
Why doesn't Fitz ever pop in here and say hello to the bloggers anymore?

4:16 PM  
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4:23 PM  
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4:24 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Fitz is really busy jugging cases in Chicago and dealing with the leak case in D.C. To be honest, I have no idea when Fitz is going to pop up on this blog.. He is unpredictable at times. And now with yesterday's story about Rove, the DOJ office is taking a lot of heat from the press. I know that he wants to complete the leak case and indict the people involved in this leak case and tend to his other cases in Chicago.. But, Fitzgerald needs a vacation after this CIA leak case is over in my opinion. He is burning the candle on both sides of the stick juggling with mutliple cases... I'm sure that he will pop in sooner or later when he is not too busy..

4:25 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I know he is very busy and he deserves a nice vacation! :)

I am also looking forward to seeing the red tie at his next press conference!

4:30 PM  
Blogger Dogstar said...

Aren't federal prosecutors supposed to be objective, fair and balanced?

Why is every post on this blog a link to a left-wing moonbat site?

Why aren't there any angry posts directed at corrupt Democrats?

Why are there so many political posts? It seems PF is obsessed with the fact that Republicans hold a lot of positions in the government. Shouldn't he be focusing more on crime-solving, and less on partisan political drivel?

I can't help thinking about Mr. Burns and Smithers when I see spb posting so much. Have you got a crush?

5:28 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Why aren't there any angry posts directed at corrupt Democrats?"

There are! If you research the blog. There are corrupted Democrats mentioned on this blog: William (Dollar Bill) Jefferson and Joe Lieberman. There are just as many GOP and Democrats that are corrupted too. If there are corrupted Democrats, then why don't send some articles of any current Democrats that are committing graft?

And why I am posting too much? Why is a there a blog?

5:33 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

Hi SPB and all -
we're finally home.
Interesting news. Not quite sure why everyone believes that Rove is off the hook.
Lawyers do deals all the time. Perhaps Rove has agreed to sing like a little birdie all the way to the Fat Cheney Slug?
If I'm not mistaken, if Rove didn't lie to the Grand Jury, he wouldn't be indicted. However possibly he will now be required to testify truthfully at the Libby Trial in exchange for getting his pass.
Karl Rove is not exactly the humble type - I doubt he'd roll for anyone but himself.
There is still a sealed indictment and Luskin really is acting goofy.
This is not over yet. Just my own personal and humble opinion. Something else is going on - Libby will be prosecuted and there will be testimony against him. Possibly in exchange for Rove's testimony he wasn't given a choice?

6:22 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

To Fitz,
Yeah, you're cute, and hot, and if we haven't said it recently, it's because it's stating the obvious.

But we're still here, and still going strong for our guy!

I don't worry about Fitz, he's clear in his duty and what right and that will get him through.

7:12 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

I concur with Kit, fellow FLYGIRL (remember us? the originals - Jackie, Kit, and me)

Of course Fitz is GORGEOUS, and his humility makes him more so.

7:48 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz doesn't need mothering he just needs his friends and that what he has. He'll always be the little angel but he is grown up and a handsome young man I might say. Yes the PJF Flygirls will always have his back. As for me I only interven when needed and right now he's doing great.

8:43 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Jackie,

"As for me I only interven
when needed and right now he's
doing great."

That is so good to hear :)

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB, If you are Superman than Fitz must be Batman?

Fitz is sooo good looking.

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

"SPB, If you are Superman than Fitz must be Batman?

Fitz is sooo good looking.'

Yes, THE BATMAN!

CAN SOMEBODY PLEASE TELL ME WHAT KIND OF WORLD THAT WE LIVE IN WHEN A MAN DRESSES UP LIKE A BAT???

11:24 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Seen on the side of a barn in Iowa, a brand new sign reading:

Hillary Go Home

Wow, I feel like I do not have a clue what is going on right now, like I was in Iowa for a couple of days, or what. . .

;-)

7:41 AM  
Blogger basheert said...

THE reason why Ann Coulter is truly insane:

http://www.editorandpublisher.com/eandp/news/article_display.jsp?vnu_content_id=1002689569

8:55 AM  

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