Jun 22, 2006

Praise The Lord...


Blogger jan said...

Thank you, Jesus! Really.

11:50 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Jan...you go, girl! Reed is another example of the Christian WRONG!

11:55 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Amen! And pass the Rosary Beads...I have too many prayers ahead of me...looks like it's going to be a long year...better yet, get out the Satan-repelling crosses...

Goodbye Ralphie Baby!

11:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


And in news about suits over NSA wiretaps:

"Facing two dozen legal skirmishes around the country over top-secret NSA surveillance programs, federal lawyers want to shift the battlefield to their home turf, where they will try to put an end to it all with a single shot.

In a little-noticed filing, U.S. Department of Justice lawyers on Monday asked the Judicial Panel on Multidistrict Litigation to consolidate about two dozen cases, including two from Oregon, before a judge in Washington, D.C.

Federal lawyers said they intended to seek dismissal of all the suits in order to protect state secrets.

The move, which did not reach many opposing attorneys until Tuesday, comes as federal attorneys are expected today to inform a federal judge in Portland that a lawsuit here would expose state secrets. They are expected to make the same argument in San Francisco later this week.

Last week, Justice Department lawyers filed a lawsuit trying to stop New Jersey from subpoenaing information about an NSA program and defended another lawsuit in Michigan.


11:58 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

anon...thanks to the treasonous Gonzo.
CYA to the detriment of everyone else.
Arlen better start cracking the whip on these guys. Until after November, he's the only recourse. Thank God he still has a little patriotism left in his partisan body. Nothing like a little brush with death to have a "come to Jesus"!

12:06 PM  
Anonymous Jules said...

"Federal lawyers said they intended to seek dismissal of all the suits in order to protect state secrets."

Bah! Humbug! Everybody knows that widespread evesdropping, data mining, and internet spying is technically easy. The problem is that lots of innocent fish get caught in shark nests. It appears that the Justice Department is copping out on this one.

12:09 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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12:09 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Interesting about Ralph Reed, holier than thou! Another one caught with his pants down. I did read the Abramoff's email exchange with Scalon on page 56 of 373. There wwere really cocky ripping off the Indians.. But, then again, the Gerbil and company got real cocky in the 2000 stolen election and the invasion of Iraq. And the Gerbil gotten so comfortable on his throne that in the first 8 months in office in his first term, the sitting lame duck President Gerbil was on vacation 42% according to the Washington Post. So, the corrupted GOP, lobbyist, and the Administration are now on borrowed time and they will be caught!

12:10 PM  
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12:18 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


More in the news in relation to Abramoff:

1. Developing story from Raw Story:

Soon: Whistleblower reveals Bush team gave Abramoff aid...

2. Email shows Norquist asked Abramoff for client's donations

According to the last page of the 373-page final report issued by Senator John McCain and his Senate Indian Affairs Committee in an investigation into tribal lobbying matters related to convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff and his former partners, a few nonprofit organizations may have run astray of the Internal Revenue Service.
"In the course of its investigation, this Committee uncovered numerous instances of nonprofit organizations that appeared to be involved in activities unrelated to their mission as described to the Internal Revenue Service," the report says

The following email, contained in documents released today by the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs, shows president of Americans for Tax Reform Grover Norquist asking for money from Indian tribes, clients of fallen lobbyist Jack Abramoff. Records previously released show that Norquist received thousands of dollars to host events at which Abramoff clients met key Republican figures, including President George W. Bush.



Email is on Raw Story. But, Abramoff's ties goes all the way up to the food chain and let's not count out Porkrind's ties to Norquist either.

12:20 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Just saw this on CNN--

Dirksen Federal Building in Chicago is in LOCKDOWN!

Some guy escaped Federal Marshalls....

12:22 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Again, strange happenings...

12:27 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Yeah, not too many details yet...just a NEWS BREAK...

12:31 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

hope PJF is safely in DC, not Chicago.

12:31 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Yes, where is he? Or does he skip out whenever he hears I'm in town, ha,ha

Thanks guys for all your posts...makes all the other news seem "lacking in detail"

But Ralphie is sooo pure, sooo good...

12:38 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I just hear about the lockdown at the Dirksen Buolding in Chicago. The escaped man is unarmed. He tried to skip court because he has a warrant. He will get caught but it is a bit scary thses days with people going beserk at the court house and everywhere else. I am sure that Fitz is fine...

Now this is interesting news on Ny Post. Truth does come out sooner or later:

Feds tried to zap 9/11 kin for Zac at trial


WASHINGTON - Government prosecutors fought to bar a dozen 9/11 family members from testifying that Al Qaeda plotter Zacarias Moussaoui's life should be spared, the Daily News has learned.
In April, prosecutors lined up 45 relatives of Sept. 11 victims to testify in support of Moussaoui's execution, and the government was hailed for giving the families a voice in court.
Behind the scenes, however, they argued in closed hearings that U.S. District Judge Leonie Brinkema should not allow other 9/11 families to testify for the defense.
"The defense wants these witnesses only to sneak in something about their anti-death penalty views [and] the court should not allow it," prosecutors wrote in an April 3 pleading unsealed this week.
Brinkema ruled in favor of the family witnesses that defense lawyers recruited. Most spoke about forgiveness and reconciliation, implying that Moussaoui's death would serve no purpose.
In May, Moussaoui was sentenced to life without parole spared by one juror.
Alice Hoagland, who testified for Moussaoui and whose son Mark Bingham was a United Flight 93 hero, said she was disappointed by the feds' move.
"I opposed the death penalty for Moussaoui, but I'm not opposed to it in general," she said.

12:43 PM  
Blogger elees said...

"It's a travesty of a mockery of a sham of a mockery of a travesty of two mockeries of a sham"
just can't say it better than already said

money is the God they worship

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

Also, folks, I got a chance to listen to MSNBC about the smurf's fundraiser that was held two days ago. The smurf only raised: $100,000! But, of course, Schuster reported that Matalin said that this was an opportunity for the Libby's friends to "network" at this event and that there were there to support Libby. In plain English, he didn't get squat from the fundraiser yet they tried to exaggerate the figures on his defense fund website: 2 million. That two million was over the past year since he has been indicted.. Cayman Islands here I come: that is what the smurf's attorneys are saying to themselves. BTW, Mark Carallo was at the fundraiser. Saw that nimrod's face.. Carville was not there at the event which Matalin claims that this is "apolitical" of course. All of that KFC chicken has gone to waste!

12:50 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Well, Reed certainly outdid Jim Bakker in money grubbing. Does he have a doggie with air conditioning, too?

Chimpcoulter--don't leave home without those Satan-repelling crosses.


12:59 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

more Abramoff whistleblowing on rawstory....An Indian Affairs member and connections to Griles and the wh.
Like this is something we didn't all suspect!

1:12 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


Saw that about the Dirskin building!!! Hope it wasnt some neoconmossad agent or some nitro-injected soldier for the queen!

Scary happenings going on over there, hopefully the place is secure and they catch these people.

More in the Abramoff 'affair revealed again!

Jack Abramoff brings in all the bacon and tin cups
""As far as Rogers was concerned, ATR was serving as a conduit on a project that had nothing to do with taxes and that was designed to oppose gaming.

"At some point, Rogers recalled that Norquist apparently began getting nervous about his role as a pass-through. Rogers thought that part of Norquist’s discomfort derived from press accounts reporting that ATR was one of the largest contributors to an organization that was fighting against the expansion of gaming.

"The question arises why the Choctaw paid money to Reed through various conduits, such as Preston Gates and ATR, rather than directly. Rogers told Committee staff, 'I always assumed it’s because Ralph was more comfortable with that.' Rogers understood from Abramoff that 'Ralph Reed did not want to be paid directly by a tribe with gaming interests. It was our understanding that the structure was recommended by Jack Abramoff to accommodate Mr. Reed’s political concerns.'

"Nevertheless, the work Reed and his company Century Strategies performed and for which they were paid through Preston Gates and ATR was on the Tribe’s behalf and for its benefit. The Tribe has no complaints about the quality of work Reed undertook on its behalf.

"Once ATR ceased serving as a conduit, Abramoff and Reed looked for other conduits for the Tribe to route money to Reed’s Century Strategies. After he left Preston Gates for Greenberg Traurig in 2001, Abramoff suggested the Tribe pay into entities owned or controlled by Michael Scanlon. In 2001, the Choctaw paid money into American International Center (AIC), which Abramoff described as vehicle for passing money through to Reed. By the Committee’s accounting, the Tribe paid AIC $1,485,656 in 2001, and $1,170,000 in 2002.""

1:17 PM  
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1:29 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Meanwhile in space over Tatooine...

Another Bush Sneak...
Bush 'super-state' documents sought FOIA request filed to expose plans for 'North American union'

1:33 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Hail Mary...Steven Griles...full of grace...Ralph Reed...The Lord is with Thee...Karl Rove...Blessed art thou amongst women...Dick Cheney...pray for us sinners...George Bush

(No offense intended here for any religion...Just saying my prayers as Ralph taught me)

Night Owl - I never leave home without them anymore...

1:33 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Author Jerome Corsi filed a Freedom of Information Act request yesterday asking for full disclosure of the activities of an office implementing a trilateral agreement with Mexico and Canada that apparently could lead to a North American union, despite having no authorization from Congress.

1:35 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Grover Norquist...Hmm his name just keeps popping up everywhere-the war, the 2004 election, ect.

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


Die Springmaus würde das Klima, wenn es erscheint ist, nicht kennen und hat ihn im Gesäß gebissen! Er denkt noch, dass jener globale Temperaturanstieg den Globus wärmt. Er ist so ein Idiot! Auf welchem Planeten ist er? Ich habe Ihre Website gesehen. Ich habe die Abstimmungszahlen der Springmaus gesehen. Jene Abstimmung erzählt wirklich Ihnen wie viel, das er in Deutschland geliebt ist!

1:39 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Here's your Tradin' Card...

The Decider Shepherd

1:43 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Good day to you!

I hope your Thursday is smooth like a frothy shake! :)

1:45 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Folks, its even more repulsive then that.

Grover Norquist is a friend of every neocon in the book, a personal lapdog assistant to Howard Ahmanson.

When you see the full ugly thing revealed in sickening detail, you will just have to call it a movie.

It is quite obvious that the bottle will have to be taken away from the Gerbil, as this is exposed!

No movie in history, could cover the criminality exposed here of William Bennett, Paul Wolfowitz, Mel Sembler and the rest who are to this date fulfilling the banker manifesto.

Or the agenda of the conspiratorial bankers overseas.

1:45 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

global evildoer fighter:

Good day to you. Yup, the Gerbil thinks that he is above God with his antics.. This day is not over and yet the thieves, crooks, graft, and connections, are coming out fron the woodwork!

1:55 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Author Jerome Corsi filed a Freedom of Information Act request yesterday asking for full disclosure of the activities of an office implementing a trilateral agreement with Mexico and Canada that apparently could lead to a North American union, despite having no authorization from Congress."

Again, the Gerbil violates Article 2 of the Constitution! But, who is counting the Gerbil violations?

2:00 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

What was someone smoking? Union with Mexico ain't gonna fly because there will be uproar here in the U.S. Anyone wanting union with Canada hasn't met the Quebecois.

I love Canadians, but the Quebecois are not real Canadians.

Anyone thinking there is not global warming needs to take a plane ride to anywhere in Greenland and witness it happening (ice melting), live. Better yet, go buy some ocean front property in Venice 'cause it will not be there forever.

I read just a snippet of McCain's report on the Abramoff naughtiness. Somewhere around page 78 or so it details how he interfered with a Chippewa election. Abramoff has some serious bad karma headed his way from that.

2:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Can't we just substitute the word Christian with the word Satanist? That's all most of them are anyway.

2:15 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


Not surprised by the criminal record as shown in Safavian's testimony.

The Native Americans are like sheep or cattle for the neocons, they are little more than "palestinians" who now live in America.

You will find that no matter which ones you talk to, that they treat these indians sub-human!!!!

And nobody does anything about, or the rigged election mass-abuses until finally this day.

Watch as the bottle becomes more and more the best friend!!!
Gerbil day!

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

Hmmm... Connecting the dots folks.

I read on Raw story about Abramoff's ties to the Gerbil Administration. It is with Stecen Griles who worked in the Dept. of Interior. According to Raw Story, Whistleblower described as Abramoff's 'point man' inside the Department of the Interior, Steven Griles. Who is Griles?

Griles, oversaw the Bush administration's push to open more public land to energy development." He resigned in December 2004. What is interesting is that Griles continued to receive "$284,000 a year, in addition to his Interior salary, as part of a four-year severance package from his former lobbying and consulting firm." "During his tenure at the Interior Department, Griles came under fire for contacts with his former clients. He received nearly $1.1 million from his former lobbying firm while employed with the federal government."

Griles is now a principal of the lobbying firm Lundquist, Nethercutt & Griles LLC. And who is Nethercutt and Lundquist?

On January 31, 2005, "Former Congressman of Washington George R. Nethercutt, Jr. and Griles joined The Lundquist Group, LLC founded in 2002 by former White House national energy policy director for Dick Cheney in his first term, Andrew D. Lundquist. The Lundquist Group, LLC [was] renamed Lundquist, Nethercutt & Griles, LLC. The firm is located in Washington, D.C.

Connect the dots folks!

2:31 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Watch as the bottle becomes more and more the best friend!!!"
"Gerbil day!"
And it will be Roger! More and more each day the Gerbil will depend on that bottle like we depend on oxygen to breathe! And Gerbil day should be a national holiday on calendar that represents all evil doers that commit and get caught in graft!

2:37 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Yep, and then they will all blame it on the one armed bandit because the Gerbils don't think for themselves!!!

But neither do most people!

For instance, I bet most here did not know that in addition to massive brainwashing/election fraud in the schools there is also exstasy trafficking.

But behind all of this, there is more than 7 banks which are owned exclusively by the BANKERS and they, all of them create fraudulent money.

Did you know one of those banks is the well known worldwide, Chase-Manhattan bank??

Or what about Goldman Sachs?

Folks, the time has come to start thinking about really where to put your money!!! And invest, invest to eliminate debt cause it has come!

From into the wilderness

2:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Did you know one of those banks is the well known worldwide, Chase-Manhattan bank??" Hmmm.. And alot of mortgages of the hurricane Katrina victims are through Chase

"Or what about Goldman Sachs?" Not surprised by this bank since the new Treasurer and former CEO of this bank and the former deputy of Girlfriday are rolling in the profits from Goldman Sachs! The Gerbil and company has given a new meaning to drug trafficking!

3:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Of the topic but a very positive note. Congratulations to Al Gore!

Al Gore's Documentary Wins Special Award

Jun 21, 10:54 PM (ET)
LOS ANGELES (AP) - The Al Gore documentary "An Inconvenient Truth" will receive a rare recognition from the Humanitas Prize, which honors screenwriting that helps "liberate, enrich and unify society."


3:04 PM  
Anonymous t said...

From Constant's Pations take on FISA law breaking...
Fatal flaws in Gov argument

There are two points which the government has admitted:

1. The FISA is real as a guiding document and statutory regime;
2. State secrets-claim does not have to be invoked, yet the court proceedings could remain secret.

Each of these points is contrary to the governments arguments. Because they have asserted an argument that is contrary to their interests, this is a fatal assertion.

The government has just shown they have stupid attorneys.

(I'm positive he isn't talking about Fitz and staff-SOME gov atty's)

3:17 PM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Like I posted awhile back, there's an email from Abramoff to a cohort about trying to figure out how to get rid of Reed. "He's worse than we are!"

Choir Boy may get more than defrocked in prison.

3:25 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

So glad the truth is out on slick, slimey Ralph Reed. Isn't he Rush Limbaugh's son?

3:31 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

t....definitely not stupid. Slimey, secretive and conspiratorial, yes...just not stupid. The longer they get away with this unchallenged the better. There is NO OVERSIGHT by
the Republican congress, so they feel
that can get away with ANYTHING they
name "national security"!

The old "run it up the flagpole and we'll see if anyone salutes" philosophy! God, what a bunch!

These will be the very same folks that when a Democrat is in the WH will be fighting tooth and nail to remove all the expansion of power.
Absolute hypocrites.

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


More news:

1. From Thinkprogress:

Media ignoring public opinion on Iraq.
Editor & Publisher’s Greg Mitchell: “[A]ll major polls show that the public favors withdrawals, with strong support for a timeline or total pullout within a year. … It’s one thing when polls are dismissed, ignored or twisted by political or media spinmeisters. But when journalists in their news stories do it, it is downright misleading.”

I am glad someone is taking notice of the media!

2. Looks like Ney will be slapped with obstruction of justice and lying to the investigators:

From TPMmuckraker:

Ney Lied to Senate Investigators about Meeting with Abramoff Tribe?
By Paul Kiel - June 22, 2006, 2:08 PM

According to Schwartz, Congressman Ney’s chief of staff gave Abramoff a huge bear hug. Schwartz recalled that Congressman Ney went out of his way to say he would take care of the Tigua’s problems and kept calling the Tigua “deserving.”
During his interview with Committee staff, Congressman Ney said he was not familiar with the Tigua. He could not recall ever meeting with any member of the Tigua. When asked about a possible two-hour meeting, Congressman Ney said he “wouldn’t even meet with the President for two hours.” After the interview, counsel to Congressman Ney, who was present during the interview, indicated that, according to an internal email describing Congressman Ney’s calendar for the relevant period, a meeting was scheduled in Congressman Ney’s office with the “Taqua,” from 11:00 - 11:30 a.m.

And there you have it!

3:53 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Does Congressman Ney know the consequence for lying under oath?

That's OBSTRUCTION of justice!!! The very worst of the graft offenses....

Not even Rove, as we know enjoys that one.

And looks like old Ney has officially stepped right in it!

With more congressmen to join him, I wonder if they are planning a retirement party with all the Abramoff hookers and bourbons!

The bottle is the only thing they can yearn for, with all this naked-living corruption.

4:12 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Ava Lowery: "Their Lives Are More Than A Number"

Ava Lowery, the fifteeen year old girl from Alabama just made another
great video. On the heels of Tony Snow saying the troops that have
died are just a number-comes this:

Click Video

"Their Lives Are More Than A Number"

4:17 PM  
Blogger teak said...


In an effort to keep our brothers and sisters serving overseas as members of the Reserve Forces and National Guard safe, the IAFF is supporting Operation Helmet, a program to provide soldiers with potentially life-saving upgrades to ballistic helmets – free of charge. These upgrades are currently only issued to the military's most elite forces and do not filter down to Reserve and National Guard forces and, unfortunately, these and the many other soldiers who make up half of the nation’s military personnel deployed in Iraq and Afghanistan are serving without the proper equipment to ensure their safety.

I seen Cher on TV talking about this kits for helmet upgrades, found this .

4:18 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

A New Standard in Senators is Emerging..



A brief recap: He was the only U.S. senator to vote against the Patriot Act. The only one with the guts to raise the notion of impeachment. One of the very few to have a consistent record against the war in Iraq. The only senator, it seems, who has truly earned his maverick status. On a glorious May day in Washington, the 53-year-old junior senator (and Rhodes Scholar) from Wisconsin took some time to talk about Tiger Woods, the war on terror, illegal wiretapping, bachelorhood, and Hillary’s sense of humor.


Except for that last one, he ain't too chabby.. :)

Hillary is Bilderberg tainted. She was spotted in the Secret Canadian Meeting...

4:28 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Out of the mouths of babes as we say it! A very powerful video my the young lady. Even a fifteen year old can have the guts to make a video and stand to Snowjob's stupid comment about the soldier being just a "number." If a teenage can voice her opinion and stand up for the love of this country and yet can't vote yet, what is in the hell wrong with the adults? That video should be on every computer screen at the WH, the Gerbil's throne, and the corrupted GOP who vote for this war to send a clear message on their decision to invade a country on false pretenses!

4:29 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

Ralphie's going to PRISON!
Don't forget the K-Y Jelly you piece of slime!!!

4:38 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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4:39 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

global evildoer fighter:

That is a good article about Feingold. This part was interesting about him:

Interviewer: "You don’t take pay raises on principle, right?"

Feingold: "I only take a pay raise when I’m reelected. So for six years, if there’s any pay raises, I write a check every two weeks to the federal treasury. It has cost me, hmm, about 60,000 bucks."

Now, how many of the Senators and Congress from either party do that? Do you know how much money that we can save in this country if Senators and Congress would follow Feingold's example?

4:41 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Who would've thought that by Electing this one Gerbil that the whole country would be embroiled in a crime syndicate mess of monumental proportions...

From the WH to Congress to the Senate all the way down to the corporations...

From fixed elections to lying to go to war...and I don't even have to mention 911 as a conspiracy theory for this to all be true...

That one act of considering the Gerbil for Office knowing full well his Texas dealings, just set this country on a path to a Real Civil War.

There's two camps already isn't there...All that's left is the shooting to start once the Economy Tanks..(When, Not If) according to speculators!

4:41 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

global evildoer fighter:
Thank you for that video.. Very moving!

4:55 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Yes and the neocons and their private bankers, the Federal Reserve, will sit back and watch that war with marvelous glee.

You see, they planned all of this. Since the very day it started.

Remember the wall behind the cloak....

So you know it all, that we were all used as pawns.

But the Bourbon is looking mighty tasty for those evil doers who are about to get junked, and Ralph Reed & friends are at the top of this list!

The tanks of war have now reached the congress, in all its corruption and graft boys and girls.

4:57 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Ava puts us all to shame. I hope Tony Snow-whackjob got a chance to view it.

I like Feingold, too. He seems to care about doing what is best for our country and her citizens. And believes in our constitution, pre-Bush/Cheney.

Hillary? Only when you put aside your personal feelings about the Clintons or Bushes for that matter..can you really start to research and see the connection, IMO.

Insanity and evil trying to rule the world.

5:00 PM  
Anonymous t said...

'End Times' Religious Groups Want Apocalypse Soon
From LA Times
'End times' religious groups want apocalypse sooner than later, and they're relying on high tech -- and red heifers -- to hasten its arrival.
For thousands of years, prophets have predicted the end of the world. Today, various religious groups, using the latest technology, are trying to hasten it.
Their endgame is to speed the promised arrival of a messiah.
For some Christians this means laying the groundwork for Armageddon.
With that goal in mind, mega-church pastors recently met in Inglewood to polish strategies for using global communications and aircraft to transport missionaries to fulfill the Great Commission: to make every person on Earth aware of Jesus' message. Doing so, they believe, will bring about the end, perhaps within two decades.

Alrighty then...

5:01 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Who would've thought that by Electing this one Gerbil that the whole country would be embroiled in a crime syndicate mess of monumental proportions...
From the WH to Congress to the Senate all the way down to the corporations..."

global evildoer fighter:

A lot of people were blind sided by the Gerbil trying to worm his way into the WH in 2000. And you would have thought people would have seen through the Gerbil and wanted him removed in 2004.. But, nope! He knew exactly what the public would fall prey to: faith. So, the Gerbil, thanks to his henchman, Porkrind, rides that Chitlin circuit with a bullhorn to promote family values to the red states. And lo and behold, the Gerbil crawled right back in the WH for the second term using the same Nixon playbook! But, people are not realized how much corrupted the officials, media, and corporations, and all the way up to food chain! This is certainly will be in the history books for sure for a 21 version of 1984, totalarianism, and King George III version of the Boston Tea Party!

5:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


This certainly a 21 century version of the Brave New World. The buffoon Lieberman is endorsed by the meds woman!

Lieberman endorsed by Coulter

"Lieberman keeps racking up those top flight endorsements. On Cavuto's show today Coulter said:
Cavuto: You know there is talk about him maybe bolting to a third party and that-seeds are there for a third party movement.
Coulter: I think he should just come all the and become a Republican. He wouldn't be our best Republican...
He's doing a pretty fine job acting as a Republican at this point..."

Joey, you are doing a heckava job!

O.k. Fitz, take a chill pill on this one. I know you can't stand the broad!

5:12 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Roger Rancourt,

That war is gonna bankrupt America..
and it's being fought the wrong way..



They should play that on TV.



yep, I remember now...that was it.


5:20 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

SPB - I think Coulter is right - Lieberman is a Republican and just in the Dem party to keep the division happening and add conflict. The old adage 'divide and conquer'. That's what the BushCo does, right, at least one of theri sordid tactics.

Global evildoer - I agree re: Feingold. That's why the corporate media rarely talk to him - keep him in the background...but he should be applauded loudly and visibly.

Roger - your comments are always intriguing -I checked out Into the Wilderness - I wish I had the time to read all these sites!

5:22 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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5:31 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Coulter has done an recent interview (not the one about endorsing Lieberman). And I listened to her. That woman is not playing with a full deck! Whatever she is on, she has gone space city! Yes, I agree that by Lieberman going Independent, he want cause some of the votes to swing towards the GOP. It a political strategy. Yes, Lieberman is a GOP through and through. But, let's not forget that Lieberman's key involvement in the Enron's manipulation of the electricity in California. That is why he is all snuggled up to the Gerbil more than ever! He will be found out! His dirty laundry will be aired soon. But, personally, anything with Ann Coulter's name attached is just asking for trouble!

5:32 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


From Firedoglake:

Jane Hamsher of Firedoglake has been in Oklahoma all week at her mother's bedside in the hospital. Her mother passed away this afternoon. If you are a reader of FDL (and what progressive blog reader isn't), it would be nice to visit FDL and leave her your condolences. Christy says she is (quite understandably) devastated.

It would be nice to send your condolences to Jane on FDL website! I saw this on Talk Left.

5:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I have gotten this email from John Kerry. Pretty good information:

From: John Kerry info@johnkerry.com

To: ******@****.****
Date: Thursday, June 22, 2006 1:23:42 PM
Subject:Here's How They Voted


Just hours ago, the Senate voted on the Kerry-Feingold proposal to redeploy American combat troops out of Iraq by July 1, 2007. Thirteen Senators voted for it.
It was an important step towards ending the administration's aimless, open-ended course in Iraq and having Iraqis stand up for Iraq.
When Jack Murtha stepped up to the challenge of leadership in the House on Iraq, he was alone. Last week, 140 House members voted to support his leadership.
When we in the Senate began the fight to change course in Iraq, we too were almost alone. Today our numbers grew -- and that is progress you made happen.
First and foremost, Russ and I thank you for your support. Over the last few weeks, hundreds of thousands of you have joined our effort to bring our combat troops home. Once again, the johnkerry.com community has shown its deep commitment to fighting for a better course for America.
We ask you to join us now in honoring the strength and leadership of the Senators who stood with you:
Sen. Daniel Akaka (D-HI)
Sen. Barbara Boxer (D-CA), co-sponsor
Sen. Richard Durbin (D-IL)
Sen. Tom Harkin (D-IA)
Sen. Daniel Inouye (D-HI)
Sen. James Jeffords (I-VT)
Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA)
Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ)
Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-VT), co-sponsor
Sen. Robert Menendez (D-NJ)
Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR)
Please call, write, or email these Senators and acknowledge their leadership on Iraq.
Let me be absolutely clear. Russ Feingold and I would have forced this vote even if the outcome were going to be 98 to 2. Ending the Bush administration's disastrous approach to this war isn't about counting votes. It isn't about legislative strategy or electoral calculation. It's about applying constant pressure to change a broken course.
It's about utterly rejecting the desperate tactics of cowardly political operatives like Karl Rove who, as John Murtha pointed out, have no qualms about telling our soldiers to "stay the course" from the comfort of their air-conditioned offices at the White House.
It's about doing what's right.
Karl Rove may worry about losing votes. It's our job to worry about young Americans losing their lives. It's our job to provide a new vision that offers real security for America while giving the Iraqis their best chance for a stable Iraq.
I will keep doing what's right on Iraq, and I won't stop until our troops are home and the future of Iraq is in the hands of the Iraqi people.
I know you'll keep working right alongside me.
John Kerry

Paid for by Friends of John Kerry, Inc.

6:10 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Now that the vote is over we know who wants to continue to let our troops die. Iraq and Afgan people should stand up and deal with the problems we can only do so much. Now we know even the Iraq troops that we are training are killing our soldiers what else is it we don't know. Cheney will continue to support our troops in Iraq/Afgan but he's not interested in North Korea because theres not oil. All those that voted to continue to let our troops be in harms way will have to answer to a higher power. Now it's the publics true to vote as the polls show we want our troops home we'll go to the voting polls to get it done.

6:29 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Cheney says he might be a witness at Libby trial


WASHINGTON, June 22 — Vice President Dick Cheney said Thursday he might have to testify in the CIA leak trial of his former chief of staff.
Cheney made the comment in a CNN interview, following last month's suggestion by prosecutors that the vice president would be a logical witness in the case of I. Lewis Libby, who is accused of perjury, obstruction and lying to the FBI.

Libby is ''one of the finest men I've ever known,'' Cheney said, then declined further comment. ''I may be called as a witness.''

Cheney's state of mind is directly relevant to whether Libby lied to FBI agents and a federal grand jury about how Libby learned CIA officer Valerie Plame's identity and what he later told reporters, Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald has said in recently filed court papers.

Libby ''shared the interests of his superior and was subject to his direction,'' the prosecutor wrote.

Fitzgerald has revealed that Cheney was upset because Plame's husband — former U.S. Ambassador Joseph Wilson — had accused the Bush administration of manipulating prewar intelligence to exaggerate the Iraqi threat from weapons of mass destruction.

The vice president, the prosecutor said, could authenticate notes he jotted on a copy of Wilson's New York Times opinion column.

In the jotted notes, the vice president speculated that Wilson's wife might have sent him on a junket to the African nation of Niger. Wilson's African trip formed the basis for his later criticism of the Bush administration.

7:07 PM  
Anonymous just want to know said...

How close are Karl Rove and Jack Abramoff?

7:53 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

Feingold is a true Patriot!

RE: The Blood Drunk, Oil-Pig, Fat, Fucking Republicans in Congress who voted against the MININUM WAGE increase; I hope the Criminal Class of poor, frustrated, desperate, Americans, YOU created, has the satisfaction of raping and pillaging YOU and YOURS in the rest of this grand 21st Century.

8:19 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I watched John Edwards on C-Span this afternoon. He was speaking about the poverty in this country and how to change it. Did anyone else watch? He has some very good ideas!!

8:24 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

The video by the 15-year-old looked very professional. Thanks for posting the link.

They caught the guy who was loose in the Dirksen Fed Bldg. in Chicago at a relative's place. He showed up late to his court appearance, freaked because everyone was mad at him, and he took off. Maybe some doc can give him a watch and just a little Alpralozam/Xanax the next time needs to be somewhere important on time. Now he will spend even longer in jail for his actions.

Global Evildoer Fighter--I am on record back in March of 2003 *trying* to warn people that a war in Iraq will bankrupt the U.S. I could not get anyone to listen.

All the Coulter talk is giving me waking nightmares. The nightmare is being in a debate with her in Chicago and it is being moderated by our fine city's grand 'ringmaster' and former politician, Jerry Springer. AAAaaaaaa!!!!

8:27 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

S-Q--I would be very interested in *anyone's* ideas on how to tackle poverty in this country. Could you please post a summary?


Make sure anyone voting against the minimum wage increase gets 'fired' in November.

8:31 PM  
Anonymous t said...


Edwards is a good guy. Feingold would make a better prez, but Edwards should have a role.(poverty czar, maybe?)

Military families were on C-Span today too-I just held up the banner and kept my mouth shut- for a change ;-)

8:36 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Summary of Edwards ideas but there was so much more and I will look for the transcript and see if I can find it:

*Eliminate poverty in this country within 30 years. Do this with 10 year increments.

*Revamp HUD and create one million more vouchers for HUD housing.

*Raise the minimum wage.

*Revise Bush's tax cuts for the wealthy.

*Give the poor more education opportunities.

*Give high school kids more opportunities to serve their communities.

8:42 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Here you go...

Edwards was speaking to the National Press Club and here is the transcript link:


8:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"How close are Karl Rove and Jack Abramoff?"

Like peas and carrots!

9:08 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Off the topic here...but I was wondering if anyone else here was having a hard time reading rawstory.com these days...I can't stand to look at satAnn Coulter's horse face staring back at me with that sh*t smirk of hers.

I find myself resizing my browser window, but that's becoming too annoying...maybe I will just have to ditch that web site or threaten them...what's a discerning blogger to do?

9:09 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I am watching the military families on C-Span now. Are you the one wearing the white hat? :)

9:12 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

I like Edwards and Fiengold too...I think they are both sincere about their convictions. I think Edwards learned a lot about politics from the 2004 race...

9:16 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Take a chill pill with the meds woman. I know that she is not wrap too tight! I would tell Fitz that if AssAnn Coulter ever called the DOJ office at the Dirkson Building in Chicago looking for Fitz, Fitz should call animal control tell animal control officer that a wild animal got loose in the Dirksen Building and to have the animal sedated, removed, and released in the wilderness!

9:18 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

SPB -- Sedate that wild animal, please! And put a bag over head while you are at it...

Good night Justice Bloggers...

9:34 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

LOL SPB! Call animal control? They would need to get their rabies shots and be wearing bio-terror suits before touching that thing!

9:35 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

O.K. Chimpcoulter:

For you, we will have a bag over AssAnn's head when the animal control officer sedate and release her into the wilderness. Does that sound better? And maybe check for rabies..

9:40 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

HEY!!!! I live in the wilderness in Chicago. Don't put the Coulter Beast anywhere near me!! Using George Carlin's brilliant coinage:


Send her on a snipe hunt in some national park, preferably in a really, really cold one, like Denali.

9:57 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Night Owl!

Only if you say 'no' to graft. If not, the AssAnn beast will be your roommate in Chicago and that is our agreement or the deal is off! Comprende? Remember, the rugby man and I have an APB out on you! We know where you at!

10:14 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Thanks for the link to the speech by Edwards. One thing I would add--life skills training for low-income folks. But it would need to be worded in a really, really polite way, so it is not demeaning. I've had almost every job under the sun, including cockroach extermination in Section 8 housing. It's not that people there were too lazy to do things, it's that some just did not understand how 'the system' works. If they had family members who did not know either, then they did not have opportunities to learn.

10:18 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Come on SPB--you know that not only do I say "no way" to graft, I don't take it and I don't pay it either. ;-)

Oh, a head's up for tomorrow in Chicago. Mayor Daley is going to be mad because some home grown terrorist wannabies in Miami were talking about attacking the Sears Tower. The Mayor has been griping about not getting enough CT security measures from Homeland Security for years. That guy sent bulldozers in the middle of the night to rip apart a small airport he wanted closed down.

It's never a dull moment!

Roger--we still have paper ballots where I live. Sometimes the dead people get to vote, so we don't need any electronic stuff for the elections to be rigged. ;-) Bless the hearts of the nice poll workers who get up really early and work all day at the polls. Some of the ones in my area, however, are incompetent (lack of proper training??) and for almost every election, I've had to help them do their job and I don't know their job!

10:33 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Come on SPB--you know that not only do I say "no way" to graft, I don't take it and I don't pay it either. ;-)" And you better, Night Owl! I am keeping my eye on you. Prosecutors always have to have eyes in the back of their heads. Just checking! Try not to sleep with one eye open! Superbiloxi man is hanging up his tights for the evening. You be good, you hear? My final posting is on the the open thread that Fitz just posted.. Just some thoughts for tomorrow's discussion. Nighty Night Owl and stay out of trouble.

10:42 PM  
Anonymous t said...


No hat today, I was behind the speakers, holding the backdrop banner for them. White sweater with black trim.

I'll have to watch it too- couldn't find it on their sight-brain dead from the heat! DC was HOT today

There was a decent amount of press there-but not like it was at Camp Casey last summer-they were in our face all the time. Oddly enough (and much like today's press) they were from the foreign press! Today's included French, German and Brits

10:55 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Okay, you were behind the speakers..on the left hand side. Two other ladies were holding the banner as well. You looked like you wanted to say something...LOL!

11:27 PM  
Anonymous slave said...

Dear xxxxx,

Thank you for contacting me with your views on raising the
minimum wage. I appreciate hearing from you.

I am concerned that raising the minimum wage will have a
negative impact on those just entering the workforce. Study after
study has shown that raising the minimum wage rate does not
improve living standards or increase the spending power of
low-wage workers. In fact, mandating a higher minimum wage
will actually reduce job opportunities for minimum wage workers.
Ninety percent of economists surveyed by the American
Economics Association agreed that raising the minimum wage
increases unemployment among young and unskilled workers,
primarily teenagers and entry-level job seekers.

By creating an unwieldy burden on businesses, the increase
in wages will result in a reduced number of jobs. Therefore, a
wage hike may hurt the very people it is intended to help. For
these reasons, I oppose another increase in the minimum wage at
this time. However, I do support decreasing the tax burden for
those in lower tax brackets, effectively giving them more take
home pay.

It is important that I hear from you. Please feel free to
contact me again with comments or concerns on matters that are
important to you.

God Bless You,

God Bless You,

Jim Ryun


My reply from Rep. Jim Ryun of KS about raising minimum wage. Out of touch, even when he fails to tell Kansans about the "remodeling" done on his townhouse before he got that nice bargain price for structional damage. They did one helluva lot of "remodeling" in structional damage for nothing.

It is useless to petition any of the elected reps in Kansas asking for help or reform. They are all out of touch except from their rich friends, corporate greed or selfish agendas.

11:58 PM  
Blogger bluewild said...

SPB and others -
I find it highly disrespectful and insulting to our animal brothers and sisters that you refer to Coulter as a "wild animal" or "beast". She is evil of the human kind and should not be placed in the group of any of God's creation.

Coulter is a monster - not an animal.

My dog, the squirrels, the rabbits, the hawks and owls, the coyotes, and even the turkey vultures and the rattlers in the area set me straight on this...you don't want to give animals a bad name!

12:40 AM  
Blogger bluewild said...

SPB and others- I hope you understand that last comment was somewhat tongue in cheek -

That being said, animals are not as cruel and uncaring as those in this administration, nor so dastardly - so I do think 'monster' is a more appropriate term for them.

(It has always bothered me when some call a serial killer an 'animal', since that type of premeditated enjoyment of the taking of life -in no way related to survival - is highly rare in the animal world.)

1:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

On another subject, note that as many as 31 Democrats in the Senate joined the Republicans and voted AGAINST immediate withdrawal from the Iraq war, i.e. "stay the course"! Pretty discouraging. I doubt that's in the interest of the people they represent.


9:51 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


My comment about an animal was only a joke. I am sorry that you were felt offended by the comment. There are many bloggers with defferent personalities. And I know that you have a love for nature. And other bloggers have concern for other things on this blog. But words can be taken out of context and can be misread on the blog. The word animal is can be taken in different context acording to the dictionary. Yes, I do love animals. And Animals are lovely creatives on this earth. When I meant an animal, it was not meant an animal on the earth but a very irrational person. Now, when you say monster about Coulter. I don't consider her a monster. Monster can be taken in different context of the word. But, I think that people are getting a bit sensative on this blog. And this is just a blog to express one opinions. And alot of people said some pretty cruel things about Coulter that were pretty over the top on this blog. But, I am not offended bacause that it what the person feels. about Coulter. And the person that I was making the comment too understoodd what I meant.. I hope we can move on from this...

10:34 AM  
Blogger bluewild said...


I really was being tongue in cheek - but I know what you mean.

It's kind of a jole in our household when some one says "he's an animal! No offense to animals!"

Sorry that it was taken so seriously - and yes I am a nature lover but I really wasn't offended - I'm not that sensitive!

10:17 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Be aware that Dr. Evil is back on the blog. So, brace yourself on that! Glad that it was a misunderstanding.. Anyway, you are awesome lady!


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