Jun 24, 2006

Open Thread...


Blogger Bubby said...

You've got to love Helen Thomas. Well you don't have to but I admire her so much. If only our reps in DC would listen to her.


8:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz! I hope you managed to enjoy the amazing day we had here in Chicago and were not stuck inside all day.


8:38 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hmmm, the Doolittles... All in the family... From TPMmuckraker:

How do the Doolittles bag easy money? Let us count the ways.

"-- As revealed in the report yesterday, Jack Abramoff paid Julie Doolittle $66,000 for work from August 2002 to March 2004. Most of that work was for planning a fundraiser for Abramoff's Capital Athletic Foundation, the Spy Game Gala that was to be MC'ed by Tony Snow. The event never came off because it coincided with the launching of the Iraq War in March, 2003.
But why, you ask, did Julie Doolittle remain on the payroll for almost a year after the event was cancelled? She also did some work for Abramoff's restaurant Signatures, but according to her attorney, she "primarily performed public relations and other event planning services for the Spy Museum event." So what was all that money for?
As revealed yesterday, Doolittle was indirectly paid by Abramoff's client the Agua Caliente tribe of California, an arrangement she apparently didn't know about.
-- At the same time that Julie Doolittle was working for Abramoff, she was working for Abramoff's corrupt lobbying pal Ed Buckham, doing bookkeeping for his nonprofit U.S. Korea-Exchange Council. She was there -- actually keeping an office in Buckham's lobbying firm, Alexander Strategy Group -- as early as 2002 until as late as May of 2005 (Roll Call, 3/21/05). It's not yet known how much she took home from that."

And what is the Alexander Strategy Group?

The Alexander Strategy Group was a lobbying firm staffed with a number of former aides to Rep. Tom DeLay (R-TX), and known for its access to the once powerful Majority Leader. The flagship enterprise of DeLay's Democrat-purging K Street Project, Alexander Strategy Group (ASG) was the gatekeeper to DeLay for moneyed clients.

the firm was a front to funnel money to the Hammer!

8:46 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

Helen Thomas is brilliant!

8:49 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yes, we need more Ms. Thomases in journalism. It is hard to watch some of the lapdogs, sellout, and buttkissing journalists who run like gerbils and jump hoops to please King Gerbil and company on their political agenda! Call a spade a spade!

8:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An Open Letter to the Agents of the Crown
PUBLISHED ON: 2006-06-24

An Open Letter to BAR Attorneys (with apologies to Patrick J. Fitzgerald, an American hero, and none to the arrogant Edgar Steele, an admitted member of 13 BAR associations, and who lost the cases he keeps bragging about)

We the People are getting mighty educated these days. We tracked down the original 13th Amendment to the Constitution - you know, the one you started the War of 1812 over so you could burn the copies - and it says you Esquires are not allowed to have a title of nobility AND hold public office in America. Up until now, you have been getting away with it.

We learned that the BAR originates in the Crown Temple in London, England. Therefore, your oath to the BAR means you are not Americans anymore but agents for a foreign power. You have no citizenship. You claim to have licenses to practice law. As a matter of fact there is no such thing as a license to practice law. We searched in the statutes, codes, rules and regulations for every state and also their respective secretaries of state and supreme courts. No authorization for the "license to practice law" exists anywhere. That means every one of you is unauthorized and illegal in the Republic. JOHN HENRY DOE, ESQUIRE is a fiction that exists only on paper.

What you do have is a BAR card that simply authorizes you to use the statutes, codes, rules and regulations, which are all copyrighted. We can't help but notice that all of the law you use is copyrighted, so the People can't use it without using you. People, how well are you doing with these copyrighted statutes?

It wasn't easy since you have us hanging upside down looking in the mirror trying to read the newspaper, but we figured out that statutes, codes, rules and regulations are not law but abrogations of the law. Abrogate means "to abolish by authoritative action: ANNUL". Applying the force of deadly violence, you annulled the real Law and replaced it with color of law. Color of law is a false flag, a pirate flag. You're all a bunch of actors. No license, and no law, either.

We counted the number of statutes, codes, rules and regulations that you created, with the intelligence endowed by your Creator, to use against us. There are many more than 60 million statutes, codes, rules and regulations, certainly more than all of you BAR attorneys put together can keep track of without plenty of software, quarterly updates, and teams of legal researchers - and, voila! You have billing!

You write statutes, codes, rules and regulations at the behest of the putrefyingly corrupt Chosen Masters, the ancient hate-driven cult within a hate-driven racist sect that are the tiresome take-over-the-world crowd and the blueprint for criminality. The beasts of this world have more honor than you. You herd the People you have defrauded into the system of the Matrix like so much cattle, to be processed, robbed of their freedom, families and property, experimented upon with drug sorcery, and all too often killed.

You do this because the BAR Association is a hate-driven money cult. Your masters reward you with obscene hourly rates for the building of your personal empires. You are so far gone from the sight of God that you think you have the authority to write rules to justify torturing your fellow beings. You have much blood on your hands.

And your "noble cause" is what? Why, the U.S. bankruptcy is your noble cause, your reason for destroying millions of lives minute by minute. The U.S. bankruptcy is George W. Bush's noble cause, Cindy. Claiming the authority to enact and enforce new "bankruptcy laws" (statutes) that create debtor's prisons for the People, who since 1933 have had no money to pay a debt with, the U.S. corporation is itself bankrupt and has made us into the surety for the debt.

In fact all so-called governing bodies in the U.S. are bankrupt corporations telescoping from one to the other, back and forth between federal-state-county-municipal, due to the Federal Project of Credit. The SUPREME COURT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA is a bankrupt corporation and does not exist. Your law firm is bankrupt. There is no money. We have no law because we have no money.

Whether or whether not you BAR attorneys swore a secret oath to administer the U.S. bankruptcy, the bankruptcy is in each and every letter you send, every form you submit, every court pleading you file, every plea bargain you negotiate. It is a fact of your every professional thought, besides billing. "Law" has nothing to do with it.

At this point you attorneys have made your true function patently obvious. "Attorning" means to take all of the property of the People and give it to the Chosen Masters. Well, your masters' day is over. Oh, it may seem that they are consolidating their control of all the Earth, therefore assuring your positions as their agents for profit and mayhem; but always profit; but we continue to expose the Chosen Masters in this forum and many others, and we are getting quite ready to jam their signals, crash their programs and round them up. Guess where we are going to put the Chosen Masters!

You are being destroyed by leaks from within. From the 13 European families of banking perversion to the Everytown, USA municipal traffic court judge (who would not be caught dead retiring with less than $30 million of the People's money) and all the Satanist racketeering extortionist blackmailing pedophile warmongering purveyors of human flesh in between, the Chosen Masters are finished.

Some of you attorneys may be hearing the jungle drums and growing uneasy, but most of you are 100% in your ego at all times and proud of being arrogant. Your arrogance may interfere with your understanding of this message, but check it out, because now it is your turn to "understand" something. The jig is up. The truth herein is ugly, but we believe Americans are very angry about the truth to date and that they are ready to hear more. Many will even act on it according to their conscience.

Just when we thought your deeds could not possibly get more hideous, we discovered that you create commercial paper for each inmate in prison and put a price on him and hypothecate that price many times. Correctional Corporation of America (Nashville, Tennessee) creates the bonds, and Lehman Brothers underwrites those bonds for being bought and sold on the world financial markets. The Chosen Masters cut you in on the deals and you all take profits from this. We are enraged to know that U.S. corporations are being funded by our brothers and sisters who were busted for pot or for not having a current drivers license. You BAR attorneys created crimes out of nothing and wrote the rules for this heinous and sickening theft of the People's energy, all for administering the U.S. bankruptcy and your own unjust enrichment. We the People, the ones in whom the power is truly vested, are putting an end to your trafficking in human flesh and spirit.

We used to have common law courts in this country. In common law, unless a living being has been injured or property loss has occurred, there has been no crime. We also found out that you BAR attorneys raised the level of the Sea on paper so that it "covers" the land, thereby fraudulently subjecting us to admiralty/maritime law, to the Law of the Sea, to piracy. A cop pulling us over is an act of piracy. It is a kidnapping. That's a pirate flag he's flying, so cops reading this take heed, for the Chosen Masters put you where the rubber meets the road. Get this through your heads now: codes do not apply to the People, only to the corporation for which they were written, and that means you, and it means you are nothing more than corporate thugs. Some of you became cops in order to get respect. But we have been giving you not respect but fear, and people can overcome their fears. We have a God-given right to defend ourselves and our property. Just keep it up, and the survivors of you cops will yourselves become defendants.

The Chosen Masters have decreed that there are too many of us, so you BAR attorneys make it "legal" on paper for vile toadies of the Chosen Masters to poison us and the entire Earth through the food, air, water, and land, and when we sicken, to force dangerous drugs upon us, and when we die, our former employers receive death benefits$$$$$$ on secret, illegal life insurance policies on us, unjustly enriching a variety of corporations so that the Chosen Masters may take profits. You (and the cops) will answer to the People in the lawful courts we establish and you must answer to your families, friends, neighbors and all whom you sold out and sold. Just about everyone - except Freemasons of course - has been to traffic court nowadays. What did you think was going to happen?

You BAR attorneys are the original back-door men, the ones in the back room, failing to adjust the accounts. You never pay your bills. Once you take a case you are the holder of the account for the case. This means, under Public Law 73-10 wherein all crimes are commercial crimes, and under Public Policy, that you must adjust the account to offset the liability for closure and settlement. You always fail to make the ledger entry - there is NO money and the People are exempt from levy - so you attorneys never pay your bills. You impose the charges upon us and put us in prison instead.

You get paid whether you "win" your case or not, and the judicial system enforces the payment of your fees. This is conclusive proof of the criminality inherent in the U.S. judicial system. What else is a criminal but someone in possession of a valuable commodity - human energy - that was acquired without exchanging something else of value for it?

Well, it is painfully obvious to the People that those are not our courts and we will never get justice in them. We are going to do away with them and you. Don't look now, but persons in positions of authority are going to seize the reins. Even now we are turning the tide for a permanent return to a constitutional form of government. The People will no longer tolerate the lies, the corruption and death that are your daily bread.

You BAR attorneys are all drunkards drunk on debt, chasing Federal Reserve Notes which are debt notes and debt (death). You have made it illegal for the People to get out of debt! You put every man, woman and child under the probate statutes and made us into corporate fictions so you could create life-destroying industries such as taxation and the judicial system. You attorneys are harming the entire world, and you cannot make it more clear that you are anti-Life. Through trickery and the deceitful use of language, you would reduce our lives to nothing more than a series of commercial transactions. We who now must pursue such life-diminishing goals as "getting out of debt" or "making the rent" or "paying the bills" - we demand that the BAR stand down and stand aside, now, and make way for the true Law. For starters, the People are exempt from levy. In common law there are only two laws: do not harm another living being, and honor all of your contracts. But then there is really only one Law: do unto others as you would have them do unto you.

Speaking of "personal debt", we learned from our research that the People, the living men and women of this land and all the lands, are the source of all pretend money; i.e., "credit"; i.e., "commercial credit". So-called credit does not exist until We create it. We living Beings of Light are the source of all the energy that is expressed as "credit". Thus, the People can never be debtors, and you attorneys have slandered our names in your collection letters. We will make claims against you for the slander of your deceit, so EXPERIAN, TRANS UNION, EQUIFAX, take note. Your BAR attorneys will not be able to save you. EXPERIAN, TRANS UNION and EQUIFAX are bankrupt corporations. Yes, People?, in this the Bizarro world the credit reporting agencies are insolvent.

We recently heard that the authorities will start to confiscate our gold fillings and gold teeth. (This is for paying interest on the U.S. bankruptcy, folks.) Attention municipal, county, state, federal, United Nations Chosen Masters/Powers in Charge: We will not tolerate it. We denounce your obscenely unjust and unlawful codes and refuse to obey them. We hereby declare your illegal statutes, codes, rules and regulations to be null and void and of no further effect. You can take my drivers license and shove it!

You are parasites. You create no value. You bring nothing to the table. All of the invisible so-called contracts by which you think you have us in a chokehold are null and void for lack of consideration, lack of full disclosure, for threats, duress and coercion in the formation of the contracts, and for being unconscionable. You ain't got nothin'!

We the People demand forgiveness of all the debt. We demand the restoration of money of substance, backed by gold and silver. We demand our money back for all the illegal income tax on our labor that you converted (stole and gave to a foreign corporation; i.e., the Federal Reserve's collection agency INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE - also a bankrupt corporation). We demand the return of all the money you defrauded us out of for your cash cow Social Security Ponzi scheme. We demand our money back for all of those bull##### illegal parking tickets and illegal court cases. Inasmuch as those funds are collected by corporate thugs and therefore illegal, the funds cannot be added to municipal budget so therefore the People's property goes straight into the judge's retirement fund. We demand that you make reparations to us for having defrauded and enslaved us.

We demand the immediate stand-down of INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE. Further, once INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE has returned to us every penny plus interest, we demand the permanent abolishment of INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE. Then we shall sue our corporate employers for theft (Form W-4 and wage levies).

We learned that our real government is in the county. In the Republic, where all of our rights are intact, our highest elected official is the county sheriff. We will restore lawful government first at home, in our counties. Generals and Provost Marshals, duty calls like never before, and we are taking names. Do your duty and put the county sheriffs under arrest, or we will!

We will open the prison doors and send home everyone busted for pot and every other innocent victim of your unlawful codes. They will go home with all of their property restored to them plus reparations and public apologies. A goodly portion of those reparations will come from your pocket, Mr. BAR Attorney. We will return back to the prisons all of the real criminals routinely set loose into our communities by the pedophilic treasonous "authorities", and many, many of you BAR attorneys will join them for your crimes.

Judges merit a special note. Municipal traffic court, bankruptcy court, probate court, federal court, makes no difference, you are the most venal and rapacious type of creature imaginable. We have awakened to the real state of affairs: that we live in the Bizarro world. Thus it should come as no surprise that the man in the black dress, supposedly learned in the "law", is in reality an extortionist, a career criminal, the most unlawful creature on Earth. The judge's bench ("bank") is a moveable feast, his black robes highly appropriate for a bird of carrion.

You are all in breach of the Covenant, in breach of the Trust, in breach of the Contract. In your souls and in commerce, you are in dishonor. Your rights are forfeit and your property is forfeit - trust or no trust.

We the People who are Beings of Light are taking responsibility and taking over. We are creating a world without parasites. Even as you read this we are ... phasing you out. You cannot turn back this tide.

Members of the BAR, here are your choices: Come into the Light, or go into the Light. You very dark ones face uncreation or the Hell planet. You will not be missed.

By: We Oppose Deception

P.S. for the People: BAR Attorneys passed a very sneaky law in 1980 that says they represent both sides in a case! But it is a felony for an attorney to take money from someone he does not represent. So if an attorney bothers you, tell him he's fired! Enjoy!

9:26 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


More on the Homeboy Terrorists:

From Talking Points Memo:

IT'S GOOD NEWS whenever we roll up anyone who aspires to become a terrorist whacko. But even if Al Gonzales won't 'fess up, I'm sure the FBI special agents working this case must have realized this was the stupidest group of would be terrorists they're likely to come upon.

From the DOJ release ...

"In addition to conducting surveillance, the defendants allegedly provided the individual, whom they believed was an al Qaeda member, with a list of materials and equipment needed to wage jihad, including boots, uniforms, machine guns, radios and vehicles."

Boots and uniforms? Terrorist uniforms?

Here's the indictment.
And check out their names! LMAO!


10:03 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

At least the DOJ could make it seem a little bit more serious than that...


Like maybe:

Vinny "the Jackal" Fernandez or
Lenny Berkowitz "alias The Terrorist"

They're going beyond laughable..

But with the sheeple all hypnotised out there it doesn't matter if you call them all Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory....

They'll believe it all! ;)

10:42 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Good post SPB!

Did you see citizen spooks take on Sealed v. Sealed? Interesting

10:43 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

SPB, et al

I see you are on another thread...

"Would you donate a $100,000 for a date with the Gerbil or Porkrind???"

Good question, SPB. After careful thought...

I would donate $100,000 if Shug would run off with Shrub to Pakistan to cohabitate with Osama bin Laden and carry on with their threesome...

I would donate $100,000 for Jeff Gannon to pick up his girlfriend, Porkrind and take him to Pakistan for a meetup with Dumbya & Condi...

If given $100,000, I might go over to George Clooney's house and fix his computer...but don't tell my wonderful husband because I really love him.

11:45 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Helen Thomas for Vice President in 2008...she's got more balls than Snow, Cheney, Rummy, Dumbya, and Shug

11:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

O.K. Chimpcoulter:

Since you follwed from the last thread, I will answer you again. So, that is what you feel that you would donate $100,000 for? I would say my evil twin Chuck did it. And pack up, take the 100.000 take two dogs, and buy property on another planet because the way that the Gerbil is bankrupting this country, this country will be a subsidary of China or Saudi Arabia. As Lex Luthor would say: LAND!

12:06 AM  
Blogger elees said...

I love this description bubby and wanted to post it here

Opening my big mouth!

george bush and his administration are a skid mark on the underwear of America. We can wash and scrub but the dirt never seems to go completely away. By this I mean the horrors they have wrought with their blatant lies, war profiteering and corruption will forever be a shameful part of our history.

Those who are angry about all that is wrong in America must be the bleach used to try to remove the stain, to rid ourselves of the blight that is dividing our nation and causing death to our military and innocent civilians in Iraq.

The Founding Fathers gave us clear instructions to remedy a nation injured by a rogue president and corrupt government officials. We should listen to them and do what must be done to set this counrty on the path to healing not only our wounds, but the wounds we have inflicted on others.

12:26 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final two postings:

This is an interesting article about Porkrind:

"But against that undercurrent of tension, how ironic that I just read this story from last week (via TPMmuck) that revealed that Katharine Armstrong, the adjunct Vice Presidential spokesperson for shooting accidents and a real "Where's Waldo" of planning illegal wars, bought Rove a hunting gun last year.
Katharine Armstrong, the owner of the South Texas ranch where Vice President Dick Cheney accidentally shot a hunting companion, chipped in on the gift of a gun for presidential aide Karl Rove last year.
Specifically, a Beretta 687 Silver Pigeon II, a handsome 20-gauge hunting rifle worth $2,073 that she and 10 other friends gave the senior adviser and deputy chief of staff to President Bush, according to financial disclosure forms released Friday for top White House aides.
Rove would have received the gun before Dick's little accident, so Armstrong can't have bought it for Rove's self-protection. And Rove wasn't at the Ranch that weekend, so he wouldn't have needed it during Dick's bout of wild shooting. But if I were Dick, I'd make sure I alternated trips with Rove when I went down to the Armstrong Ranch."


12:48 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Second posting (my favorite):

This is a comic strip called Modern World. The theme is are they stupid or lying?


Have a good evening/morning! Signing off!

12:50 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Did you guys see that video that Alex Jones made with the statements made by Dick Cheney and Armstrong about where and how Harry was shot? He recreated the crime, using a dummy, watermelon, and a chicken, ack! Very interesting. Somebody was a liar and I don't think it was Alex.

12:54 AM  
Anonymous Wise up. said...


1:06 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I saw the press conference about the boyz in the hood aka terrorist as Gonzales was talking he looked like he was holding back from laughing. Now that SPB gave the names I understand why. Let's see Brother Pat now that's a real al qeada name. Well these terrorist are in jail now I wonder if they call Bin Linden with the one phone call. Now stupid can this Administration be. Even the BBC didn't by the story now the world is laughting. Cheney is mad because the rich investers know the US in spying on their business transactions in the hopes of taking them over. All in the name of national security who's kidding who.

1:06 AM  
Blogger teak said...


Somebody must have not liked this picture of Condi because they got their hard drive fried. Anyhoo, it is a dandy.

Miss Jackie, that business in Florida is shameful. I probably think the same on the matter as you.

1:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No target letters, indictments or black Fridays for Neocons. Ann Coulter Rules. It feels great to be right most of the time and be conservative.

6:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Helen Thomas is one of the more attractive female Liberals. That should tell you something about female Liberals.

6:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Madeline Albright comes in a close second. OH The Horror!

6:45 AM  
Anonymous crispy cremes said...

Terrorists in Miami, Oh My!

By Robert Parry

...and the seven young men are not terrorists.

Mr. Perry points out real terrorists and draws a fair comparison to the seven indicted men.
I have read their indictment.

Although it's jumping the gun, the defendants may apply for a pre-trial review or apply to the Court to dismiss the action (case), with, of course, a request for oral hearing.

The case has no merits.

A corrupt, political motive has been served, tho.

8:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ann Coulter ROCKS!!!!!

9:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rove & Cheney are the MEN!!!!

9:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush is an 8 year President with over two years to go. All you doom & gloom Liberals eat your hearts out.

9:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It feels so good to be Conservative and ME. It doesn't get much better than this.

9:57 AM  
Blogger Bubby said...

I watched Russ Feingold on MTP this morning and he was awesome. So proud of my senator. How different this country and the world would be if we had a leader who like him: intellegent, honest, caring and a believer in the Constitution. Did you know that Russ does not accept congresses pay raises? He only takes an increase when he is re-elected. Every 2 weeks he writes a check to the treasury dept and gives the money back!! Elees I am honored that you read my entry. No one ever has before. I thank you!

10:15 AM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

Feingold was brilliant on MTP. I'm impressed that he's GIVEN money back. One of the reasons I began posting here; I read that Patrick Fitzgerald has invested a substantial amount of his own money to save our Democracy from the BushCo Thugs.

10:36 AM  
Blogger teak said...

I missed Feingold this morning, dang it. Hope someone snagged it and posts it somewhere. I know that he has declined about 60 thousand in past raises. LOL, CBS says Kerry and Hillary are the front runners while McCain for the Republicans. Now, I wonder why?

They are not giving Mr. Fitzgerald anymore money to investigate? Those S.O.B.'s!

11:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"They are not giving Mr. Fitzgerald anymore money to investigate? Those S.O.B.'s!"

Spending millions and only one indictment for a bad memory that will most likely be thrown out when it goes to trial in January. It is like throwing good money down a rat hole.

11:19 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Democrats' bitter harvest
by Klaus Rohrich
Sunday, June 25, 2006

Last week I heard a sound bite of Dennis Kucinich ranting about America’s "illegal occupation" of Iraq and it dawned on me that the Democrats have fully and wholeheartedly adopted an agenda that embraces the destruction of America. I arrived at this conclusion not specifically because of what Kucinich said, but because the Democrats appear to have lost all sense of perspective when it comes to current world realities.

"No war for oil" and "Bush lied; people died" are snappy short slogans that are essentially meaningless. The bottom line is the Democratic Party hasn’t had a new or original idea in nearly 40 years and that’s why they will remain in the wilderness, no matter how low Bush’s ratings fall.

The Democrats appear to be relying on events over which they have little or no control to transpire and bring them back into power. Recently Chuck (the Rat) Schumer had a hemorrhage on the Senate floor because Karl Rove wasn’t indicted along with Scooter Libby in the Valerie Plame affair. He demanded that there be a Senate investigation into why Rove wasn’t indicted when he, as well as all the other Democrats were sure Rove was guilty. Surely, Schumer must have thought, Patrick Fitzgerald is on the take. Why else would he have Rove testify before the grand jury and then choose not to indict him? Why Schumer thought he had the power to call for a Senate investigation is anyone’s guess, as the Senate has no oversight power over a Grand Jury investigation or independent prosecutors charged with investigating allegations of criminal behavior.

Whenever good news comes out of Iraq, such as it did recently with the death of Abu Musab-al Zarqawi, the Democrats go into a tailspin of wailing and teeth gnashing that rivals even the most virulent lamentations emanating from Dante’s ninth circle of hell. Democratic Senators such as John Kerry (and Congressmen like the Above-mentioned Kucinich as well as Jack Murtha) insist that they don’t care if we are winning in Iraq; we need to get out as soon as humanly possible.

Then there’s the stand-up shtick many Democrats do about the GOP’s "culture of corruption" hoping that they can convince voters all Republicans are crooks. Only problem the Democrats have is that their ranks include people like Ted Kennedy, captain of the Chappaquiddick swim team and Congressman William Jefferson, (D) Louisiana, who attempted to engage the assistance of rescue officials in New Orleans during Hurricane Katrina to salvage a suitcase filled with cash whose origins the FBI is currently wondering about. I think there are some parables about people who live in glass houses or pots calling kettles greasy the Democrats may be well advised to reacquaint themselves with. After all, the stink of corruption has sullied both parties and in many cases the Dems more seriously than the Republicans.

The Democrats seem to rejoice at news that the economy is slipping or that over 2,500 American soldiers have laid down their lives in Iraq and they positively hyperventilate at polls that show the President’s popularity is in single digits. What they don’t seem to understand is that the bad news for America or the President is not necessarily good news for them. George W. Bush’s unpopularity does not automatically translate itself into a Democratic boost at the polls.

The only Democrat who appears to understand that the party is in the hara-kiri mode is Hillary Clinton, whose fluidity is making her ever more unpopular among voters. Those on the left of the Democratic Party, i.e. their mainstream, see Hillary as a sell-out with all her talk of moderation, supporting the troops and being in favor of national security. Those in the rest of the country see a woman desperately attempting to hold on to the possibility of achieving the Presidency by changing her position to suit popular opinion.

If you think back to all the Presidents over the past 50 years who were Democrats, only two stand out as having left a positive legacy, John F. Kennedy and Lyndon B. Johnson. Kennedy’s legacy was more one of form rather than substance, as his administration evoked shades of Camelot, the once and future kingdom. Johnson, on the other hand, initiated The Great Society, which Democrats are lauding as a major achievement to this day. The other two Democratic Presidents were absolute duds. We can thank God that Jimmy Carter was voted out of office before he could complete his plan to turn America into a third-world swamp water and Bill Clinton, hey, he’s Bill Clinton and so long as he had enough interns to satisfy his ravenous appetites, the country could run itself.

What the Democratic Party in America needs is a NEW IDEA, a subtlety that seems to be lost on the likes of Patrick Leahy and Nancy Pelosi and most other Democratic luminaries. So long as the Dems continue attempting to gain political advantage from America’s misfortunes and so long as they continue to entertain the kooky ideas of their lunatic fringe leadership, the Dems will continue to reap the bitterest of harvests.

11:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Media Owe Rove an Apology…or at Least a Few Hugs
Written by Noel Sheppard
Tuesday, June 20, 2006

In America, people are innocent until proven guilty, unless of course they are Republican.

Potentially no finer example of such legal relativism has occurred in recent memory than in the case of President Bush’s top advisor, Karl Rove. For months, virtually every mainstream media outlet proclaimed his guilt regarding the Valerie Plame Wilson affair, or what has been not so affectionately named the CIA-leak case.

For example, take the media’s excitement over pending indictments for Rove. This hit a fevered pitch last fall as special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald, after almost two years of research, depositions, and grand jury testimonies, was about to announce his findings on October 28.

Sadly for the drive-by media, no indictments were handed down that day for Rove.

As a result, restaurateurs and bar owners around the country were likely forced to give back millions of dollars in deposits for all the “Rove is Going to Jail” parties that ended up being cancelled by disappointed Democrats coast to coast.

However, hope--which some ironically claim springs eternal--reemerged in late April when Rove appeared in front of a grand jury for the fifth time to answer more of Fitzgerald’s questions. This re-ignited a media firestorm of enthusiasm over the ominous portent for such a visit, raising the possibility that Rove was once again in the prosecutor’s crosshairs, and that indictments were imminent.

Giddy Democrats around the country were again making party plans. One can only hope that restaurant and bar managers learned from their previous mistakes, and this time required deposits that were nonrefundable, for as reported (go here) by Byron York of the National Review, Rove’s attorney Robert Luskin released a statement on Tuesday indicating that there would be no joy in Demville tonight:

“On June 12, 2006, Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald formally advised us that he does not anticipate seeking charges against Karl Rove.

”In deference to the pending case, we will not make any further public statements about the subject matter of the investigation. We believe that the Special Counsel’s decision should put an end to the baseless speculation about Mr. Rove’s conduct.”

Imagine all the wasted confetti and cocktail wieners sitting unused in Democrat warehouses all around the country. This must be especially disheartening coming only days after the killing of al Qaeda leader Abu Musab al Zarqawi.

Yet, before we shed a tear for the grief that liberals in America must be feeling, shouldn’t we instead be demanding a huge apology--if not at least a couple of hugs--from the drive-by media for their innocent victim?

Certainly, the first of such apologies should come from MSNBC, as no network focused more attention on the possibility of Rove being indicted since he was last questioned by Fitzgerald on April 26. In fact, according to LexisNexis, MSNBC logged 34 separate reports on this subject since Rove’s last date with the prosecutor.

Without question the worst offender on MSNBC was correspondent David Shuster, who typically logs reports for Chris Matthews’ “Hardball,” though he is also a frequent guest of Keith Olbermann’s “Countdown.” In the weeks subsequent to April 26, Shuster seemed to make it a personal mission to attack Rove on virtually a daily basis. This crusade culminated on May 8 when, as reported (go here) by NewsBusters, Shuster predicted on “Countdown” that indictments were imminent:

“Karl Rove’s legal team has told me that they expect that a decision will come sometime in the next two weeks. And I am convinced that Karl Rove will, in fact, be indicted.”

Not so surprisingly, Shuster didn’t show his face on either of the two broadcasts of “Hardball” on Tuesday. However, he was a guest on that evening’s “Countdown,” where, according to NewsBusters, (go here) he blamed his mistake on his legal sources:

“Well, sometimes when you're trying to track a secret grand jury investigation, the legal sources, the defense lawyers who have witnesses in front of that grand jury, sometimes they get it wrong, and that seemed to be the case in this particular case.”

Nice out, David. Very crafty. Even better was how Shuster punctuated his statements of disavowal by suggesting that Fitzgerald would only indict Rove if he felt there was a 99 percent likelihood of winning if it went to trial.

I guess the special prosecutor that worked on this case for two and a half years wasn’t as convinced of Rove’s guilt as Shuster.

However, on a comical note, a competitor of MSNBC’s felt it was important to point out just how wrong Shuster was. NewsBusters reported (go here) on Tuesday that Jake Tapper, on ABC’s “World News Tonight,” after stating, “And some Democrats and some in the media wrongly predicted Rove would be next,” aired the May 8 videotape of Shuster claiming that Rove would be indicted.

You really can’t make this stuff up.

Yet, Shuster wasn’t the only MSNBCer actively seeking an indictment for Rove. In fact, the person who first offered up Bush’s advisor as a target of Fitzgerald’s was none other than MSNBC’s senior political analyst Lawrence O’Donnell who in July 2005 said on “The McLaughlin Group” that Rove was the source that Time magazine’s Matt Cooper was protecting. Subsequent to that broadcast, O’Donnell wrote twelve pieces for the Huffington Post dealing with the possibility of Rove being indicted.

We can only hope that McLaughlin has O’Donnell on as his guest this Friday evening so that the rest of the gang--conspicuously absent Newsweek’s Eleanor Clift who likely is in mourning over this announcement--can help Larry remove all the egg from his face.

Another MSNBCer who should apologize to Rove is Chris Matthews, whose “Hardball” program prominently featured discussions about pending indictments for Bush’s closest advisor on fifteen shows since April 26.

11:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon/1056am you're right...
Bush is an eight year old president.

11:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

In the end, it is highly doubtful that any of these networks or their representatives will actually acknowledge getting this story wrong, or apologize for impugning the character of one of America’s most important political figures this decade. Instead, they are likely to take the Matthews approach, and continue to focus on guilt that a special prosecutor couldn’t find after two and a half years of trying. Or, they’ll luck out like Cafferty and not have to face the music at all.

One can only hope that Americans will take heed of what has transpired in the past three years since Bob Novak’s now infamous column revealed Plame’s name, and recognize that as much as they might distrust politicians, the media are to be held in even lower esteem.

Of course, most polls already suggest such a condition exists. What a shock.

12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Say what you will Anon, but he is still President and he has lead the Democrats around by their balless weenies.

12:07 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

Happy Sunday!


You see MTP on Podcast or iTunes for free to download. Go to www.msnbc.com and click to MTP. It is available. I check it out on iTunes. Feingold was awesome. He is truly a leader.

In other news:

How many more soldiers and civilians have to die in the hands of the Gerbil??

From Thinkprogress:

Number of Iraqis “have died violently since the 2003 U.S.-led invasion, according to statistics from the Baghdad morgue, the Iraqi Health Ministry and other agencies — a toll 20,000 higher than previously acknowledged by the Bush administration.” And according to associated press, "Fifteen U.S. servicemembers have died or been found dead in Iraq this week."
"At least 2,520 members of the U.S. military have died since the Iraq war started in March 2003, according to an Associated Press count." Reality bites, folks!

2. Like this commentary from Talking Points Memo about the Gerbil. And it is the truth!

Josh Marshall on Bush's lack of a plan for Iraq
by John in DC - 6/25/2006 10:26:00 AM
From Josh:

"He's like an owner of a business that's slowly going under. He doesn't know how to save the situation. So he won't get more money or resources to fix the business. That's throwing good money after bad. And he won't just liquidate and save what he can, because then he'd have to come to grips with the fact that he's failed. So his policy is denial and slow failure. Here of course the analogy to President Bush is rather precise since he only has to hold out until 2009 when he can give the problem to someone else, just as he did in his past life with other businesses he drove into the ground."

"But for the country that's not acceptable. We don't have a policy except for slow burn and denial. And the president's ego isn't enough to ask men and women to die for. We need an actual plan. And the president doesn't have one."

"Democrats need to hammer this point again and again and not get tripped up in the president's bully-boy rhetoric. The president has no plan. He wants to stay in Iraq forever. He says for at least three more years. All the Republicans agree they want more of the same."

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

Post: Ex-CIA agent's warnings on WMD validity ignored

WASHINGTON (Reuters) -- A former CIA officer says he made repeated efforts to alert top agency officials to problems with an Iraqi defector's claims about the country's mobile biological weapons labs but he was ignored, the Washington Post reported Sunday.
CIA officer Tyler Drumheller said he personally crossed out a reference to the labs from a classified draft of a U.N. speech by Secretary of State Colin Powell because he recognized the source as a defector, code-named Curveball, who was suspected to be mentally unstable and a liar.
Drumheller told the Post he was surprised when a few days later, on February 5, 2003, Powell told the U.N. Security Council that "we have first-hand descriptions of biological weapons factories on wheels and rails."


12:22 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Sen. Russ Feingold is HOTT. Smart men are HOT.

Rep. 'Cash-or-Carry' Jefferson, though, needs to be taken out with the trash.

12:41 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Night Owl,

You think Feingold is hot, huh? the next sexiest man alive in the future? I'm still waiting for my name to appear on the ballot next year for Peoples magazine. I agree that Rep. "Moneygram" Jefferson needs to be dropped kick out of office. He's bad news!

12:51 PM  
Anonymous cjt said...


As lifelong shooting enthusiast I can assure that you the power of Cheney's shotgun, it's ballastic coefficients with that shell load and distance in his hunting accident (as officially reported) are a total complete anomaly.

Many gun nuts knew right away that it didn't add up.

12:58 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

More news from the homefront!!

Democrats take on heartland and pick up defectors abroad!!

"Sitting in his headquarters, the new Democrat is sticking to his guns. Republicans in Kansas, he says, have let down their own people. 'They were fixated on ideological issues that really don't matter to people's everyday lives. What matters is improving schools and creating jobs,' he said. 'I got tired of the theological debate over whether Charles Darwin was right.'

This is music to Democratic ears and has profound potential implications for November's mid-term elections. Kansas has been an iconic state for the Republican right, a symbol for issues such as teaching creationism in schools and fighting abortion rights. The modern Republican party, masterminded by political guru Karl Rove, has harnessed fury over such topics to allow the Republicans to dominate US politics since 2000. This was the topic of Thomas Frank's hit book of the 2004 presidential election campaign entitled: What's The Matter With Kansas? It used the state's falling under the spell of conservative Republicanism to explain national American politics.

But in a swath of heartland states such as Kansas, Democrats are seeing the first signs of their party's rebirth. Parkinson is not alone in switching sides. In Virginia, Jim Webb, a one-time Reagan official, is seeking to be a Democrat senator. In South Carolina, top Republican prosecutor Barney Giese has defected after a spat with conservatives. Back in Kansas another top Republican, Paul Morrison, also joined the Democrats and is challenging a Republican to be the state attorney-general.

Democrats are hoping that the Republican party of President George W Bush has passed its high-water mark. That, faced with disaster in Iraq, a host of domestic troubles and terrible opinion poll ratings, they can start to retake power in November. From there they can start to take aim at the White House itself. They hope the powerful conservative movement born in states such as Kansas will also die there.

An upbeat mood prevails at the monthly meeting of the Shawnee County Democratic party. The talk over iced tea in the dining room of the Topeka Ramada Hotel was of Iraq, family, friends and sports.

It has never been easy being a Democrat in Kansas, but things are looking a little brighter. 'I know a lot of registered Republicans who no longer agree with what's going on,' said Charlie Snow, a real estate manager. Wearing a T-shirt with a picture of George Bush Senior and the slogan 'I should have pulled out', Snow is not a typical Kansas voter, but he and his fellow Shawnee County Democrats see unaccustomed prospects. 'We have always been the underdog, but recently actions of the President and the Republicans have made it a lot easier to be a Democrat in Kansas,' Snow said.

One of the key reasons Kansas Democrats are in fighting mood is their governor, Kathleen Sibelius. Sibelius's vote represents an island of Democratic blue in a sea of Republican red on the political map, and she has impressed by reaching the middle-ground voters in a startlingly successful first term. Shunning the hot-button social issues, she has focused on education, jobs and health. This has earned her approval ratings touching 68 per cent in a state that was overwhelmingly pro-Bush in 2004.

Sibelius has cracked the political holy grail: persuading heartland Republicans to vote Democrat. 'Her style works here, and then bringing over Parkinson to the Democrats has been the coup of all coups,' said Professor Bob Beatty, a political scientist at Washburn University near Topeka.

As the Democrats enjoy a resurgence, the Republicans are in disarray. Parkinson's defection encouraged other moderates to abandon a party controlled by right-wing religious zealots. In political terms they are called Rinos, or Republicans in Name Only. If enough Rinos desert, the strict ideologues in the party are likely to drift further right. 'A number of conservatives are actually pleased that the moderates are leaving the Republican party. That really could spell trouble,' Beatty said."

More on Jack Abramoff's money machine!!!!


You can't be the most corrupt anymore, unless you're a neocon republican!!!!

The dirty laundry comes out, and now "AL" gets to see more of Karl Rove's demise coming...

Latest from Jason Leopold: Rove rolled, but he's nowhere near cleared

And finally with Porkrind & Little Soldier in the headlights, I thought I'd bring attention back to Diebold and vote fraud.

Our whistleblowers has been meeting again with agents of Pat Fitzgerald, the CIA, and British SS.

They are now all fully apprised of the situation, regarding Diebold....there will be BIG NEWS soon and to alter the gerbil disaster!!! http://votetrustusa.org

In other blogger news, a huge fallout recently happened at Huffington Post. You can find out all about what happened to Whistleblower Peter Rost and his colleagues, when they 'outed' a neoliberal troll publically.

The worst offense is sometimes unspoken?peterrost.blogspot.com

HuffPost has suffered a huge dent to its credibility, when it was recently discovered a troll attacking the blogger's editorials was actually the Technology Staff Manager.

I also discovered something even nastier about Huffington Post recently. That is the readers "comments" are all rigged. You can go vote for any comment or story an infinite amount of times, and so you can move your own comments to the favorite page!!

On top of all this, you can make pro-gerbil comments become listed in the top 10 or create a website about fake breasts and have that listed in the top 5!!!

Huff is all fluff, it has been learned. I thought those like known troll AL ROGERS would particularly love that last bit of news.

It means AL can vote his own troll comments to the top instantly, and also vote to remove all comments that aren't pro gerbil!!!! Thank god nobody else has that feature!

The trolls would over run the roost, but I bet he will make that his home now! La Valencia ;)

1:24 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Thanks Roger! To add to your comments to connecting the dots, here is an article from Truthout.org:

Big Brother" Bush and Connecting the Data Dots
By Jonathan Turley
The Los Angeles Times
Saturday 24 June 2006
The Total Information Awareness program was killed in 2003, but its spawn present bigger threats to privacy.
The Disclosure this week of a secret databank operation tracking international financial transactions has caused renewed concerns about civil liberties in the United States. But this program is just the latest in a series of secret surveillance programs, databanks and domestic operations justified as part of the war on terror.
Disclosed individually over the course of the last year, they have become almost routine. Yet, when considered collectively, they present a far more troubling picture, and one that should be vaguely familiar.
Civil liberty-minded citizens may recall the president's plan to create the Total Information Awareness program, a massive databank with the ability to follow citizens in real time by their check-card purchases, bank transactions, medical bills and other electronic means. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or DARPA, was assigned this task, but after its work was made public, Congress put a stop to it in September 2003 as a danger to privacy and civil liberties.
However, when Congress disbanded the Total Information Awareness program, it did not prohibit further research on such databanks, or even the use of individual databanks.
And, according to a recent study by the National Journal, the Bush administration used that loophole to break the program into smaller parts, transferring some parts to the National Security Agency, classifying the work and renaming parts of it as the Research Development and Experimental Collaboration program.
It was long suspected that Total Information Awareness survived, and the disclosure this week of another massive databank operation has only reinforced that fear. The spawn of DARPA seem to be turning up in secret programs spread throughout agencies.
The administration learned that it could not create a network of databanks in one comprehensive system, but it could achieve the same results by creating smaller systems that could be easily daisy-chained at a later date into the same kind of massive computer bank that Congress thought it had shut down. It is DARPA, albeit with assembly required for the ultimate user.
Consider some of the recent disclosures:
• A domestic surveillance program operated without warrants involving thousands of calls that are isolated by computers at the NSA.
• A massive databank that contains information on hundreds of millions of telephone calls of Americans that is described as the world's largest database.
• Access to information in a massive databank that carries 12.7 million messages each day on international financial transactions.
• Use of massive private databanks with access to an array of information on citizens, including at least 199 data-mining projects.
• Quiet support for a national registered-traveler program in which citizens voluntarily submit private information and subject themselves to background checks for faster passage through airport security. (The information would then be housed in a computer system accessible to the government.)


The Gerbil certainly violated Article 2 in the Constitution.

1:54 PM  
Anonymous Laura Bus 1st Lady/Second Wife said...

Anon 1:07,

Why haven't you enlisted yet? Iraq is waiting for you.

1:55 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Thanks, Roger for the news about KS. Kathleen is getting things done.

Thanks for the link on Sen. Feingold, SPB. I'll head there soon. ;)

I wonder about a lot of blogs...like that DailyKos thing. When you google Al, you can find his posts there, he is well known.

1:55 PM  
Anonymous Laura Bush -1st Lady /2nd wife said...

Anon 1:07,

You could take my daughters with you and all sign up together!

Oops! I misplled my own name in my last post - I took an aspirin last night - or so I thought! It was really one of Georgie's meds!

1:57 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


Sad part is I used to take places like Huffington Post seriously. No longer!!! They have been taken over by trolls.

Seems lots of places, DailyKOS included have been taken over by trolls when you notice what comments get taken down and those that stay up.

Especially Al Rogers, the very fact DailyKOS gives him an award and appreciation thread tells you all you have to know about them!

I wonder if the Gerbil is secretly paying these places now, to setup up "faux" progressive blogs? Could it have gotten so stupid and nazi?

Do we have any way of knowing? I guess thats one unfortunate thing!!
Carry on! NSA TIA program uncloaked

2:16 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I was very impressed with Russ Feingold on Meet The Press this morning! His intelligence sure puts some other politicians to shame!

2:19 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Roger and/or SPB:
Do you know if Clyde Lott, of Mississippi, is related to Trent Lott??

2:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd rather go hunting with Dick Cheney as opposed to going riding in a car with Ted Kennedy over a body of water. Your chances of survival are much greater with Dick.

2:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Russ Feingold is a Presidential wannabe that will never be.

2:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ann Coulter ROCKS. She always gets it right on the money.

2:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Al Rogers is the MAN!

2:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

By the way, who is Jason Leopold?

2:30 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Jason Leopold is AL ROGERS slave master, he is his dog trainer.

Al Rogers isn't even a spec of dust in the world-wide plate of trash and losers.

He's not even on Alec Baldwin's radar, for that matter. A total recluse!!!


2:33 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

From Thinkprogress, here is Feingold's transcript and video is on the website:

Full transcript:

FEINGOLD: Our number one moral responsibility is to protect the American people — to focus on those who attacked us on 9/11, to not be distracted into a situation where even the administration did not have Iraq as one of the 45 countries that was connected with al Qaeda.
Our number one responsibility is to protect the American people from being killed by terrorists. Iraq has very little to do with that at this point. Iraq is obviously a place where they’re training people, but the idea of standing up and keeping a military involvement forever in Iraq will actually weaken the American people’s ability to go after terrorists who, frankly, look like they’re taking over Somalia right now.
You know, Tim, today it was announced that a guy named Hassan Dahir Aweys is now the head of the government that has taken over in Mogadishu in Somalia. He is on the State Department’s terrorist list. He is known as an al Qaeda operative, or somebody that is connected with al Qaeda. While we were asleep at the switch, while we were bogged down in Iraq, while we were all focused on Iraq as the be all and end all of our American foreign policy, we are losing the battle to al Qaeda because we’re not paying attention.
I asked [Coordinator for Counter Terrorism in the State Department] Ambassador Crumpton at a hearing the other day, how many people in our federal government are working full time on the problem in Somalia? He said one full time person. We’ve spent $2 million in Somalia in the last year while we’re spending $2 billion a week in Iraq. This is insanity if you think about what the priorities are of those who have attacked us and those who are likely to attack us in the future.

2:33 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

"Can the tribes contribute $100,000 for the effort to bring state legislatures and those tribal leaders who have passed Bush resolutions to Washington?" Norquist wrote Abramoff in one such e-mail in July 2002.

"When I have funding, I will ask Karl Rove for a date with the president. Karl has already said 'yes' in principle and knows you organized this last time and hope to this year," Norquist wrote in the e-mail.

2:40 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

Night Owl...

SMART men are HOT!

also, Talk Left has a "best pic" of the day posted..."George Bush is a Lying Sack of Shit" :)

2:47 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Uh oh AL, your darling Karl Rove is now in trouble for the Jack Abramoff investigation as well!!!!

None of your loser Division 5 lackies can get him off on this one, he's in deep doo doo along w/ your friends!!!


Enjoy that mixed cocktail :-D

2:47 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Coming soon in a theatre near you..

"Gone With Your Country"--starring The Gerbil and Shug


2:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Give S-Q the prize of the day!!! That was so funny! You sure outbeat global evildoer's pics. I don't think anyone can top that! And the Gerbil only wish that he had that body!!! Frankly, Scarett, I don't give a damn!

3:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger, same ole same ole and Rove always gets the last laugh and you and Rawstory look like idiots.

3:01 PM  
Blogger teak said...


Sometimes you have to wonder what certain evil-doers might be doing to keep the war going--at the expense of their own military, too. Their narcissism and greed seems to know no boundries.

3:04 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Al Rogers? Al Rodgers? I'm confused - the guys here does not seem to be the same as the Daily Kos? Enlighten me?

3:08 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Nice picture S-Q it fit perfect to the affair of Connie/Bush. I saw Feingold and he's right on target.
To back the GOP's vote to stay in Iraq doesn't count as SPB said the US has been evicted. Now the world sees the power of the USA when the President/Cheney/Rummy and GOP say they will stay in Iraq for a long time yet the Iraq people didn't obey the orders.
Mr. Evil your doing the right thing

3:15 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


He is the same guy. blue, that is the exact same loser.

He spells his name "Rodgers" over there on purpose, and misspells it to look dumb. He has done this all over the blogosphere.

Trust me on this one, AL RODGER has many different nicknames and S-Q as well as many of us know most of the obvious ones....

Specter sets to submit WIRELESS WIRETAPS to the FISA courts!!!


Loser Rove loses again, he's out-checked this time no matter how many plea deals he gives.....

3:15 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

Thank you RR. I don't go to the Daily Kos that much, anyway.

I agree with "1st Lady's" suggestion that he join the military and deploy to Iraq. I'm sure they could use him.

3:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No new indictments, no target letters, no black fridays for neocons. Just wishful thinking from the hopelessly gullible rawstory Kool-aide drinkers.
Rove & Cheney must be laughing their asses off at the pure stupidity of their enemies. Rove and Cheney ROCK!!! Ann Coulter is the WOMAN!!!!!

3:40 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I understand the meaning of neocon and that is these people live their entire lives in fear...fear of gays, fear of liberals, fear of different skin colors, fear of taxes, fear of Muslims, fear of terrorists. I suppose their main fear is death. Not others' deaths, mind you, but their own.

3:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Al Rogers/Rodgers is set to rule the world.

3:41 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Hey dumbass AL ROGERS,

Did u ever stop to think that maybe the reason why there is no news of target letters, is so that trolls and neocons like you don't find out the good guys strategy!!???

NOOOOOO, that was just way too far above your head I can tell...

Its alright, I heard the phillies need a new waterboy...your name is already on the application!!!!


Btw, nobody is stupid enough to tip the freaks off to what is happening with the closed grand jury investigation.....

3:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The batting record for predictions coming from the Fitz Blog have been pretty dismal as of late. Fitz only has one lame ass indictment against Libby to show for years and millions of dollars spent. What a waste.

Al Rodgers tells me that most of what you read on Rawstory is pure BS.

3:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger, I have some Ocean Front property for sell in Arizona. I'm running an ad on the Rawstory site. We learned with Jason Leopold how reliable what you read there is.

What I believe is if Fitz had anything on Rove or Cheney they would already be indicted. Fitz doesn't even have much of a case against Libby. Libby will walk too.

Roger my friend, you are the gullible one.

3:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Al Rogers has more smarts in the mole on his nose than Roger R. has in his whole body. RR, what a loser.

3:54 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

AND who actually believes Al Rodgers, except Al Rodgers and all the neocon desperate trolls?

WHO actually gives him a platform, besides AL and all his israel-first likudite freaks and fanatics?

Answer: NOONE

But Rawstory on other hand, unlike the Gerbil has over 50 million viewers and everyone takes them seriously. Everyone who breathes takes them seriously, and they know that this case will wind up with the neocons brought to checkmate.

There is nothing worse than a woman scorned, and Larisa, editor of RAWSTORY has been scored one too many times!!!

You can tell the Gerbil is shaking his boots, with RAWSTORY reaching more than a billion people now and all the population taking it real seriously.

The expansion of real news as a result of the free press, is undeniable today.

That means when the shoe finally drops on Dead Eye Dick & co, they will be the first to PLASTER THE STORY WORLDWIDE!

3:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The only thing I fear Susie Q is that people that think like you do could one day run this country again. Thankfully that will never happen as long as the Democrats continue to be run by the far left whackos such as yourself.

Your loving superior,


3:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger, you are more of an idiot than I first imagined. He who laughs last, laughs the loudest.

Rawstory is the one who ran the Leopold story which turned out to be pure BS.

Never fear, I will be here to remind you what a dumbass you have been believing the garbage that eminates from the Rawstory site.

4:02 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Hate to burst the bubble of Mr. Rogers neighborhood, but the majority of democrats and population are liberal independents instead of israel obssessed neocons.

The farther the left is, the better it is and worse for the criminals. The more seats the crooks in congress lose.

See, absolutely nobody agrees with the neocons currently running things except the few fanatics on your buddy list AL, and in the middle-east.


4:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Susie Q, I have that photo of you framed and sitting on my desk just to remind me what a fool looks like. It must be true what they say about blondes.

Your superior,


4:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger, you go on and believe that. That is what gets Conservatives elected. Even Bill Clinton knew he had to move to the center because this country is more conservative than liberal. Most Liberals don't even want to be called liberal while Conservatives are proud to be called just that.

4:08 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

More criminality of the Gerbil exposed:


Emails uncover hard evidence of Grover Norquist talking to Jack Abramoff, "Price we can get the president signed on: $100,000 will secure the deal"

Dam thats alot of money to be running a corrupt scheme on the indians, I bet all of that money did not go to pay for city repair!!!

Something tells me some of those dollar bills are still in the Gerbil's house, because Norquist claims he doesn't know where the money is!

4:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger, you should take your show on the Road. You are one funny guy. $100,000 is chicken feed to the "Gerbil".

4:13 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Fitz, this goes to show you the criminals have fashion tips that even make the mafia look bad!!!!

More on Jerry Lewis trips comes out, Lewis had more than bad money. He had really bad fashion, too!

"Let's start with fashion tips. When officials from San Bernardino County (Calif.) asked their lobbyists -- the folks at the scandal-linked Copeland Lowery firm -- to take them to a Washington Nationals baseball game, they didn't just get tickets. They got some helpful advice, too. Reports the San Bernardino Sun:

"There is something of a `dress code' when it comes to wearing the Nats baseball caps," [Copeland Lowery's] Larson wrote [to one County official]. "Just tell Bill not to go to a game wearing a blue hat blue hat = blue state."

The county, which currently pays the firm $16,500 a month for lobbying services, chose Copeland Lowery at the advice of Arlene Wilis, chief of staff (and wife) of Rep. Jerry Lewis (R-CA), chairman of the House Appropriations Committee.

In 2002, Arlene told county officials she didn't know three of the firms they said they were considering, but knew Copeland Lowery "quite well." (Indeed she did; by then, two longtime Lewis staffers -- her former employees -- were working as big-bucks lobbyists at the firm.)

"Staff is easy to deal with," the notes from the conversation state, according to the Sun. Partner (and former Lewis aide) Jeff "Shockey is knowledgeable, likeable, a visionary and a problem solver."

In case you were wondering: there will be more stories like this. San Bernardino County alone has released to media outlets thousands of pages relating to its relationship with Copeland Lowery and Chairman Lewis. At least a dozen cities are believed to be cooperating with federal investigators, and they are essentially required by law to share with reporters whatever they share with the feds.

So who knows what will surface. I'm hoping for more fashion tips."

I guess even all that graft neocon money, still can't buy the Gerbil crooks good clothes. :-D
Jerry Lewis shops the molt!

4:15 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Well, AL, your worst nightmare will happen! The Dems will take back the House and Senate and we will take back our country!
We will once again have some sanity in Congress and in '08 we will elect a Dem President...and we won't do it illegally!! The PEOPLE of this country will take back THEIR country!

P.S. Don't lose any sleep over it...there is nothing you can do to change it!!


4:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jason Leopold has some explaining to do, and he'll probably take the opportunity when he discusses his memoir, "News Junk-ie,'' at 7 p.m. Monday at Borders, 1390 University Ave., St. Paul.

Leopold, a former bureau chief of Dow Jones Newswires and now a freelance journalist, announced on a Web site in May that White House adviser Karl Rove was indicted on charges of perjury and lying to investigators in the Valerie Plame spy case. Rove is not going to be indicted, and it looks now as though Leopold's critics were right.

In "News Junkie,'' Leopold chronicles how he lived his daily life in fear someone would discover his past, filled with lies, drug addiction, theft, Mafia entanglements and prison. As a journalist, Leopold covered the California energy crisis, Enron's corporate fraud and insider trading scandals.

Publishers Weekly says: "While there's a lot of lying admitted to in this scrappy memoir, from Leopold's hiding of his criminal past to his playing of sources to get his scoops, it's (probably) not an untruthful memoir — indeed, it might become required reading for aspiring journalists.'' — Mary Ann Grossmann

4:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Susie Q, just remember the old saying --- he who laughs last laughs the loudest. I heard all this when Kerry was going to defeat Bush. There is another saying that applies here, "don't count your chickens before they hatch". The fat lady hasn't sang yet, have you?

We will see who has to eat crow come November.

4:24 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Without DIebold to save you, the neocons are finished. S-Q has it right.

There isn't a trick in the book the world has not been prepared for, plus when you are tied up and locked away, you'll be saying "I told you so" to yourselves AL until you cry like a little girl!!!

No way out: DIEBOLD has been defeated..!!!!


4:29 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

From Talking Point Memo. Hmmm... A blast from the past:

Sept. 20. 2004

"WASHINGTON -- Inside the Bush administration policymaking apparatus, there is strong feeling that U.S. troops must leave Iraq next year. This determination is not predicated on success in implanting Iraqi democracy and internal stability. Rather, the officials are saying: ready or not, here we go.
Well-placed sources in the administration are confident Bush's decision will be to get out. They believe that is the recommendation of his present national security team and would be the recommendation of second-term officials. An informed guess might have Condoleezza Rice as secretary of state, Paul Wolfowitz as defense secretary and Stephen Hadley as national security adviser. According to my sources, all would opt for a withdrawal."


Novak knew the Gerbil’s game plan. He was the insider in the Gerbil Administration. But, as Roger says, the truth with come out.

4:31 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Jason is a hero: Bane of the neocons.!!

The other day Jason reported about Rove's sealed indictment status, and they are watching the courts while the neocons try to fake out the press. 'Touche en su locuhe! ;-)

4:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger, I wouldn't brag prematurely. They will be calling you a premature boaster if you know what I mean.

4:33 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Election Reform Victory in Arizona
New from States - Arizona

June 21, 2006
Bill Provides For Voter Verified Paper Records, Mandatory Audits, Source Code Review

A bill to require voter verified paper records, mandatory random audits, and other important election reform measures is headed to the desk of Arizona Governor Janet Napolitano. The bill, SB 1557, passed the Arizona House unanimously and the Senate 25-3.

4:37 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Better a correct premature bragger then an incorrect, premature loser AL.

The world has caught onto your game, all the fires are lit!!


(PS: Replace "premature" with immature and you get the same result!)

4:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No new target letters, no new indictments, no black fridays for Neocons. Just wishful thinking by the terminally gullible.

4:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger, you are so funny and so wrong too. You are too clever by half.

4:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger, it is obvious you don't know what the heck you are talking about. Fact finding is not within your hemisphere.

4:42 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

""With nearly 40 percent of voters in 37 states expected cast ballots on DRE voting machines in less than five months, Congress needs to stop ignoring the problems and take action to assure that citizens votes are counted as cast," said Common Cause President Chellie Pingree. "We need legislation passed that would mandate random manual election audits of voting machines and require voter-verified paper trails, and citizens need to come to the polls knowing how to safeguard their vote."

The report, "Malfunction and Malfeasance: A Report on the Electronic Voting Machine Debacle," finds that 17 states, including critical swing states such as Pennsylvania, are at "high" risk of having election results compromised due
to problems with voting machines known as DREs. States designated as high risk because they use DREs with no paper backup are: Arkansas, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas and Virginia. "

Down to only 17 states including Texas and Kansas, that are at risk for compromised elections.

ALL seventeen have VVPB legislation already proposed, and the rest of the people pushing that to be signed into law.

Dr. Blass and the other neocons are going to wind up in JAIL. It is you, who are so wrong AL and who is going to wind up complaining about his food!!!!


4:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roger, I'm willing to wait until late tuesday on election day this November then I will be laughing my ass off at your gullibility and stupidity.

4:48 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

BTW...Al, I said Delay will leave office and you said, "No, he will not leave office and he will be fine."


4:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Susie Q, I did not say he wouldn't leave office. I said he wouldn't be forced out or go to jail. He still hasn't been convicted of anything and I still believe he won't be. You guys predicted he would be spending his final days in jail and I still say you are full of it. You have predicted jail time for all of the Bush administration and that is plain dumb to believe that will ever happen.

4:55 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

AL will be wrong on that too, Tom Delay will end up in jail after his plea deals and after the Judge finally finishes the trial.
The latest lovely news!!

4:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BTW Susie Q, you need to eat lots of crow over the Rove thing. I remember your frog marching laughter that has been silenced and the braggadocio has subsided to a tolerable level.

4:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll take my stand on that Roger. Delay will not go to jail and you will still be claiming fraud when the Democrats fail to take back Congress.

5:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love being right so often.

5:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Al Rodgers/Rogers for President.

5:05 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

"Frankly, Scarett, I don't give a damn!"

Who will end up with the Crawford Ranch when Rhett Butler leaves?

5:09 PM  
Anonymous slingblade said...

Dang that boy Gump is stewpid

5:13 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Say what?! One lady in KS reported they had no training or test runs in the electronic voting system.

Who is behind that crap, Roger?

5:14 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

"It's an important concept for our fellow citizens to understand, that no one in need will ever be forced to choose a faith-based provider. That's an important concept for people to understand. What that means is if you're the Methodist church and you sponsor an alcohol treatment center, they can't say only Methodists, only Methodists who drink too much can come to our program. "All Drunks Are Welcome" is what the sign ought to say."
- George W. Bush

Well, The Gerbil should know all about that!

5:19 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

SPB--"You think Feingold is hot, huh? the next sexiest man alive in the future?"

Now, now, I am *NOT* going to be responsible for trading Feingold for Fitz and knocking him off the sexiest list. Fitz is already on that list and needs to stay there.


5:33 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Who will end up with the Crawford Ranch when Rhett Butler leaves? The Saudias! They brought companies and buildings in the U.S. And who is to say that the Saudias will screw the Gerbil?

5:40 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Now, now, I am *NOT* going to be responsible for trading Feingold for Fitz and knocking him off the sexiest list. Fitz is already on that list and needs to stay there."

And you think so, Night Owl? You never know with that list. Maybe Feingold's name to be added? And who am I, chop liver? There is no for mention for Biloxi! I'm still in pretty good shape for my age.

5:46 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Hey, I thought we did not play with trolls. They might be contagious.

5:47 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Biloxi--I bet "People Magazine" does not know what you look like. I do not think they will put invisible people on their sexiest list.

5:51 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"I do not think they will put invisible people on their sexiest list." YOU BE SURPRISED, NIGHT OWL... AND WHAT MAKES YOU THINK THAT THEY KNOW? He He...

5:54 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha gag gag gag said...

DeLay will go to prison and he will find a boyfriend named Butch and live happily ever after!

And he will be saying Christine who?

And the Troll Al will also be making conjugal visits to his old pal DeLay.

5:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This web site used to seem relevant when there was still hope Fitz would have his way in indicting the top criminals. Now that it is clear his hands have been tied and he has been muzzled, the fizz is gone.

5:58 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

"So many minority youths had volunteered that there was literally no room for patriotic folks like myself."

- Tom Delay on how he got out of the draft

6:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trolls RULE!!!!!

6:03 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha gag gag gag said...

And the troll continues to play with itself.
It is a pitiful sight.
Even more pathetic is it's never ending hard-on for criminal Republicans.

6:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And the troll waits for apologies that will NEVER happen.

6:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No apologies needed. I tend to overlook the feeble minded.

6:38 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha gag gag gag said...

How can the troll overlook itself.
It is the most feebleminded on this blog.
So sad and pathetic its love for the criminal and deceiving.
Maybe it should seek help. The Repuglican party doesn't like homosexuals you know.

6:49 PM  
Anonymous Al has the green-eyed monster said...

I think when you get down to it, Al Rogers has a think for Mann Coulter.
It's called Penis Envy!

6:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I must be a masochistic type. I just love all the abuse that I get here. I do suppose Ann Coulter could rock my world by just talking dirty to me. You know, saying things like Liberals are dumb and ugly. Things like that.

7:35 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

From Firedoglake,

Connect the dots, folks!

With a history dating back to the late 19th century, General Dynamics is among the top five defense contractors based in the United States and involved in land, sea and air weapon systems.

In a November 2004 article in the Providence Journal, it was noted that General Dynamics is "the largest maker of armored vehicles for the U.S. military." According to Oakland, Calif. based watchdog, CorpWatch, General Dynamics received almost $10 billion in government contracts and made $1.42 million in political contributions (57% to Republicans) in the 2004 election cycle. (The blogosphere’s favorite senator, Joe Lieberman, received $10,000 from GD in 2005. Just one of the many defense industry donors to the junior senator from Connecticut.)

The Boston Globe noted at the time of his nomination that "Gordon England had no military experience, but he had just the right qualification to become President Bush’s pick for secretary of the Navy: Two decades in the corporate world." Former Pentagon and military officials populate General Dynamic’s Board of Directors, including Jay L. Johnson, Chief of Naval Operations in the U.S. Navy, Paul G. Kaminski, Under Secretary of U.S. Department of Defense for Acquisition and Technology, and George A. Joulwan, former U.S. Army Supreme Allied Commander, Europe.
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell had an interest in the company as well. He received $1 million of stock in General Dynamics, as well as more than $20 million in other corporate investments, when he joined the board of America Online.
General Dynamics’ ties to the federal government were further strengthened as former Attorney General John Ashcroft’s lobbying firm, The Ashcroft Group, was recently hired by GD.


7:36 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Interesting that General Dynamics acquired GM Defense (the military products division) from General Motors in 2003.


8:18 PM  
Anonymous Conservatives are going to hell said...

But Al what you really mean is conservatives a dumb and ugly.
The bloggers on this blog know that we can take anything you say and turn it around.
So what you're saying is that conservatives are dumb and ugly I couldn't agree with you more!

As for Ann Coulter, she will always be a hate monger piece of trash. You two should get along very well seeing that you have so much in common.

8:22 PM  
Blogger jan said...

I don't trust Feingold as far as I can throw him- he teamed up with McCain to take away my freedom of speach by passing some crap that says I can't say, "don't vote for that SOB" a week befor an election. Then come to find out the most votes for that crap came from Dem's- that hurt! And, look what happened, the GOP already had a plan to "swiftboat" the election anyway- Feingold was used and cheated me out my right to speak my mind before an election :/

8:24 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final Posting:

Developing story from Raw Story:

Post: Afghans losing faith in Karzai... Developing...

Hmmm. Karzai.. Let's see.. Hamid Karzai is the current and first democratically elected President of Afghanistan (since December 7, 2004). Yet, Karzaionce worked as a consultant for the oil company Unocal. And Unical is "one of the key players in the CentGas consortium, an attempt to build a pipeline to run from the Caspian area, through Afghanistan and probably Pakistan, to the Indian Ocean." And the person who benefitted from the building of the pipeline was Big Dick Cheney and Halliburton... All about oil and profits!

Looks like the Gerbil's plans are foiling in Iraq... Have a good evening folks! Signing off!

9:21 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Good night, SPB.

One thing I read too about Afghanistan, the contractors hired did shady work or no work at all. The work they did do wasn't finished or is falling apart already, they were totally ripped off. Money was robbed for rebuilding. Not sure by who, probably the same as Iraq.

Is Halliburton in Afghanistan too? I joke but wouldn't doubt it.

Jan, is there anyone that you trust in gov't?

9:32 PM  
Blogger jan said...


.... I'm still thinking. Everyone looks tainted today.

9:36 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Goodnight Super Special Prosecutor Biloxi Man! :)

(Don't forget to hang up those tights!)

9:38 PM  
Anonymous t said...

All interesting stuff...thanks especially RR, Teak, SPB for the updates.

Going to read Leopold

9:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ann Coulter is HOT!!! Ann is right on the money.

10:00 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Hey All,

I'm late..dang it..Night Biloxi..

Here's the Tradin' Card for Karzai...

This will explain it

10:06 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Nice comments and yes Teak Halliburton is in Afgan. Read SPB's report on that he got the job after working with the Bush group. I wondered Bush massed up every business his father gave him even the baseball team. Now he's doing the same with the US. Bush is trying to down play the go out of my country order by the PM of Iraq. Talk about egg on your face that's what the GOP look like. We will not cut and run then Iraq PM saids US has to leave now. While Japan is leaving and England to follow. Now how's that again we will stay in Iraq even if they want us out. Oh and the trillion dollars we gave them they don't have to pay it back. Bush thought he was playing Iraq but as it turns out Iraq played Bush.

10:23 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Global Evildoer Fighter:
That card pretty much sums it up..."pipelineistan".

10:39 PM  
Anonymous fussbudget said...

it's boring enough scrolling past all the posts FROM Al Rogers, do I have to scroll through all the posts ABOUT Al Rogers too?

Let's have a moratorium on comments about Al! I declare this blog an Al-free zone!

12:03 AM  
Anonymous Al Rodgers said...

Hey All!!!

Did ya miss me?!???!?

12:19 AM  
Anonymous Laura Bush/ 1st Lady/2nd wife said...

Al Rodgers/Rogers

Give us a chance to miss you Al! Go enlist - go to Iraq - I'm sure they can find something useful for you to do there. You're not one of those "chickenhawks " are you Al, darling?

Why is it you're not fighting in Iraq? My girls will folow your lead

12:32 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

People on the Titanic were doing some hearty partying before the ship hit the iceberg. Everything seemed great for those who were running the show on the ship. Then the ship hit the iceberg and all hell broke lose. Just goes to show you that many important events take place below the water line, where most people can't see what is going on. And if I was a Republican, I'd be scared S**tless about what is below the water line right now.

12:42 AM  
Anonymous Twin #1 right on! said...


Please tell my mama why you won't go to Iraq. And tell her why I shouldn't go either - I just wanna party - I don't wanna have to be there - I mean, like I KNOW my dad can do somepthin, but I wanna sound like y'know that i know somepthin 2 so couldja just tell me Y U R not goin?

Party on!

12:50 AM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

I wanna see the look on a ChickenHawks face when they tell him or her that their kids have been Drafted into a REAL war...

Like a Future War for our countries very survival...

Not these silly little made up Dollar/Hedgemony imperialist projections that are touted as

ha ha ha ha ha...

1:24 AM  
Blogger teak said...


Palast is a great reporter but I bet there is so much more to the story, too. Give him time.


7:42 AM  
Blogger teak said...

(Snip from Greg Palast's article)

After two mad years of hunting, I discovered the real plan for Iraq’s oil, the one that keeps our troops in Fallujah. Some 323 pages long and deeply confidential, it was drafted at the James A. Baker III Institute in Houston, Texas, under the strict guidance of Big Oil’s minions. It was the culmination of a series of planning groups that began in December 2000 with key players from the Baker Institute and Council on Foreign Relations (including one Ken Lay of Enron). This was followed by a State Department invasion-planning session in Walnut Creek, California, in February 2001, only weeks after Bush and Cheney took office. Its concepts received official blessing after a March 2001 gathering of oil chiefs (and Lay) with Dick Cheney where the group reviewed with the Vice-President the map of Iraq’s oil fields.

7:47 AM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

"You're not one of those "chickenhawks " are you Al, darling?"

Just for the record, I'm an Army Veteran.

7:56 AM  
Anonymous Kentucky Woman said...

"Anonymous said...

I'd rather go hunting with Dick Cheney as opposed to going riding in a car with Ted Kennedy over a body of water. Your chances of survival are much greater with Dick.

3:22 PM"

I'd rather you go hunting with Darth Cheney as well...

"Anonymous said...

Russ Feingold is a Presidential wannabe that will never be.

3:23 PM"

Russ Feingold speaks for the American people better than any other candidate, or potential candidate out there. If he runs, he has my vote.

"Anonymous said...

Ann Coulter ROCKS. She always gets it right on the money.

3:28 PM"

Rovian spin tactic just to disrupt the thread. Silly, silly.

"Anonymous said...

Al Rogers is the MAN!

3:29 PM"

More silliness.

"Anonymous said...

By the way, who is Jason Leopold?

3:30 PM"

Someone you obviously fear, since you keep bringing him up.

8:11 AM  
Anonymous Kentucky Woman said...

Anonymous said...

"No new indictments, no target letters, no black fridays for neocons. Just wishful thinking from the hopelessly gullible rawstory Kool-aide drinkers.
Rove & Cheney must be laughing their asses off at the pure stupidity of their enemies. Rove and Cheney ROCK!!! Ann Coulter is the WOMAN!!!!!

4:40 PM "

Netvocates really needs to give you a new script to cut and paste from. Even your brethren on the right see through the regime's ploys.

8:16 AM  
Anonymous Kentucky Woman said...

The problem with Afghanistan is that the Bush regime "cut and run" to Iraq, long before Afghanistan was stabilized.

Shame on them. They have not made the world safer for American's, they have only made it more dangerous for us, and the innocent people in the Middle East.

The criminal's in the middle east are growing stronger because of the regime's policy. Shame on Bushco.

Bush and his band of talking chimps are the "cut and run" afficianado's.

8:29 AM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

The severe right is getting increasingly hostile because they've been busted and will continue to be exposed for the traitors they so convincingly are.


These individuals-including Limbaugh, O'Reilly, Savage and others are generic cowards and avoid public forums where the true nature of their propaganda would be exposed. Rather, they are represented by surrogates who, by repetition of the same tired fascist talking points, hope-now beg-to move their dwindling numbers to support the junta.


And what is this? Mueller is using the phoney bust of domestic terrorists-which Bush helped to create-as fear inducement. Mueller, once again, has shown that he is not on America's side, but on the side of the enemy. He will be having a propaganda moment to explain this for his fuhrer.


Expect me to be less gentle on F.B.I. traitors in the future. I hate to break it to those with unblinking faith in them. The F.B.I. needs a harsh light shown on them for complicity with the junta. Patriots in their ranks must leak, testify, and cleanse the institution of it's traitors.

No more softball.

10:38 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Great drawing, Mr. Pitt. Mueller, I believe, was on Larry King bragging about the 'capture' of the 'terrorists' in Florida.

The ghosts of the innocent beckon for answers, do they have one that is not more lies?

12:06 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...

Isn't it convenient that the state of Bush (Florida) III was the stage of the "bust"? Jeb is a traitor.

Jeb signed the PNAC manefesto, essentially claiming criminal intent to break international law by totalitarian preemptive killing.

As the junta implodes we witness af tighter and tighter consolidation of power. Notice how Fox News is now the blatant organ of the junta, with the talking becomming ever so more shrill?

If I was in Sybel Edmond's shoes, I'd take prison time to save my country from fascism. Getting back to the top Blackwater Ops, Mueller, I ask:

Why did the F.B.I. willfully suppress pre-9/11 evidence that could have spared our country?
Why, Mr. Mueller? How many traitorous agents will you assign to the ACLU march in October? Stop protecting subversion, Mr. Mueller, and do what you are sworn to do: Protect the Constitution. Doing your job means arresting criminals who would threaten it and what it stands for. Protect the Constitution or the People will do it for you.

Stop being the mouthpiece of a criminal enterprise.

Thank you, Teak.

12:24 PM  
Anonymous Stephen Pitt said...


The timing of this "bust" is suspect on it's face and screams, "Bush @ 31%!!!"

Are we connecting the dots through the Bush mob, media enablers, Florida and the White House yet?

From the article:

"Justice Department officials used the arrests to justify their expansive tactics in combating terrorism and even released a "white paper" on 261 defendants, showcasing what they called their "impressive success" in thwarting terrorism. The release did not reveal how many people had been convicted of direct terrorist links and officials also refused to disclose those facts."

There is no justification for BushCo's attack on the Constitution, which Mueller enables. None.


Leak to a flood, patriots.

12:43 PM  
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