Jun 5, 2006


for those who love hard work and justice in America.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Monday, be kind to a Troll day. Take a Troll to lunch. Give a Troll a hug. Take a Troll home to meet the family. Do something nice for a Troll and make him cry with appreciation. Trolls have feelings too.

10:46 AM  
Anonymous Don de Drain said...

It's hard work doing things "right." That pesky Fourth Amendment means you have to work hard to get a search warrant. Those pesky Geneva Conventions means that you have to work harder when detaining POWs. [There are many other examples, but I gotta go do some "hard work".] PJF understands why the hard work is necessary. GWB, on the other hand, was a slacker in college, getting by with a gentleman's C, a slacker in the National Guard, and is a slacker now. He does not know (or care about) the value of doing things right, nor does he want to work hard to make sure things get done the right way. He just wants to do things his way, regardless of what the Constitution says. And we are all paying the price.

11:05 AM  
Anonymous ha ha ha said...

Countdown to Tom DeLay's last day in Congress.
Goodbye, Turd!

11:16 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Today is June 5th, it is actually Pentecost, so hug a snake handler today. Kids, do *not* try snake handling at home, Night Owl does not have time for lawsuits.

On the other thread, someone posted a Reuters report of a Christian killed by a lion at the zoo in Kiev. The folks at Reuters totally missed the significance of the date of Pentecost. Had someone at Reuters figured out the date, then the poor soul who met his maker today might have looked a little more logical.

11:16 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

Happy Monday!

I hope that everyone on the blog had a wonderful weekend!

In today's news:

From Thinkprogress:

"$50 million: Amount outside interests have paid since 2000 to shuttle Members of Congress and their staffs around the world. Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) took one of the most expensive trips -- more than $20,000 "for a one-day trip from Washington to Hidalgo, Texas, to accept an award as The BorderFest Border Texan of the Year."

Man, we have no budget in the DOJ office, yet, this knucklehead can take a $20,000 trip!

11:21 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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11:40 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


More news:

1. The Hammer is packing for his retirement:

With retirement four days away, DeLay moves out his papers


I wonder if Prosecutor Ronnie Earle helped him pack and send the Hammer with balloons and cake. And DeLay's present should be a conviction for graft!

2. From Thinkprogress:

Supreme Court to rule on race in public education.

“In a pair of cases that could re-ignite decades-old disputes over race and public education, the Supreme Court Monday agreed to decide what role affirmative action should play in the assignment of students to competitive spots in elementary and secondary schools.”

Next thing you know we will be dealing with another 21th century Brown vs. Board of Education case:


11:43 AM  
Anonymous tran said...

Is this the same Patrick J Fitzgerald that is the author of those books on Bear and Lion attacks?

11:51 AM  
Blogger Charles said...

Oh great and mighty Fitz, the stroke of midnight tonight brings forth the dreaded 6-6-6 for sinful evil doers.

Oh pray tell great master of suspense, wouldst thee you be serving papers on "Turdblossom the Anti-Christ" on Terrific Tuesday?

11:55 AM  
Blogger Charles said...

Oh great and mighty Fitz, the stroke of midnight tonight brings forth the dreaded 6-6-6 for sinful evil doers.

Oh pray tell great master of suspense, wouldst thee you be serving papers on "Turdblossom the Anti-Christ" on Terrific Tuesday?

11:55 AM  
Blogger Maggie Burns GrDau said...

Cicero's view on 'hard work and justice' in 42 B.C.E. (Take note, Dead-Eye Dick & Pals.)

"An enemy at the gates is less formidable, for he is known, and he carries his banners openly. But the traitor moves among those within the gate freely, his sly whispers rustling through all the galleys, heard in the very hall of government itself.

"For the traitor appears not a traitor. He speaks in the accents familiar to his victims, and wears their face and their garment. He appeals to the baseness that lies deep in the hearts of all men. He rots the soul of a nation. He works secretly and unknown in the night to undermine the pillars of a city. He infects the body politic so that it can no longer resist.

"A murderer is less to be feared."

12:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I've got my tinfoil hat ready for 6-6-6.

-jamie in new york

12:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


The spotlight again on Berkowitz and team, the Enron Task Force Team. It is very interesting reading about their strategy to bring down Lay and Skilling. From WSJ:

"Lead task force prosecutor Sean Berkowitz and Lay’s arch nemesis John Hueston have spent a fair amount of time with the New York Times’s Alexi Barrionuevo and Kurt Eichenwald, as evidenced by yesterday’s massively entertaining inside account of the government’s case. The story primarily focuses on the charges against Lay and how the government “eventually defined and pinned down Mr. Lay’s misdeeds by focusing on what amounted to the most basic of childhood transgressions” — lying."

"We learn how hard the task force worked throughout the trial: “The compact Mr. Hueston, a marathon runner, often urged colleagues agents to join him in push-ups and pull-ups to stay alert late at night.” To emphasize the point, Hueston posed for a photograph hanging on the chin-up bar in the doorway of their office in the Houston federal courthouse. Not to be outdone, Berkowitz, a bike enthusiast, rubbed it Skilling’s eye by posing on a motorcycle, perhaps, outside the Bald Eagle, the ultimate symbol of American freedom."

Also, we learned the sacrifice that they had to endure to all involved in Enron case:

When Mr. Berkowitz left his office at 3:30 a.m. on May 16, with the trial's final closing argument just five hours away, he looked around and saw more than a half-dozen bedraggled F.B.I. agents, several of whom had been part of the Enron investigation since it began four years earlier.
One agent's young daughter, a toddler, was so angry at her father for his long absence from home that she refused to come to the phone anymore. Still, none of the agents intended to leave the task force's offices that night. Some of them used a shower in the basement of the federal courthouse to freshen up before that last day of the trial.
DAYS after the jury began deliberating, Mr. Hueston and Mr. Berkowitz took a five-mile jog. Later, they settled into chairs on the deck of Big Woodrow's restaurant on a sweltering Wednesday night. A waitress eased her way through a rowdy crowd, delivering a bucket of crawfish and Corona beers to the prosecutors. As the surrounding crowds watched overhead televisions, cheering on the Houston Astros baseball team, the two men discussed their shared ordeal.
"We wanted to tell each other we were proud of the case we put on, regardless of the verdict," Mr. Hueston said.


Folks, you have to pay the price for success and failure in life. And I know that the agent's daughter will understand in time why her father sacrificed their time for this csse. It is all in the name of justice!

12:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trolls have more fun. They have the Liberals to laugh at.

12:28 PM  
Anonymous lois lane said...

For the troll who 'tolls' here.

Whatever makes you happy pal - lots of sick folk out there; you just one of them.

Both sides of the aisle caught in the web of corruption.

Good luck with that.

12:37 PM  
Blogger Former Fed said...

It has been my experience that right wing zealots - e.g.: most of the people we identify as trolls on this blog - do not have more fun. Instead they seem to be very tightly wound people who only surreptitiously have any enjoyment out of life.

12:41 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

Hey Biloxi,

Sorry for the mess up on the log in yesterday ;_)

Same ol same everywhere, German parliment just voted to increase their salary and a couple of days later announced cuts on social wellfare programs ;_(

12:44 PM  
Blogger Anonymous said...

Lois, "Both sides of the aisle caught in the web of corruption."


Trolls take their toll when they toil.

12:51 PM  
Blogger the tin man said...

Jamie in NY you'd better cover yourself head to toe like me before midnight.

It should be obvious to all now that Tom DeLay is the Anti Christ and will assume his full role 3 Days after June 6 2006.

Besides, anyone should see this just by looking at him.

12:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Seems like the problems that you are enduring are no different here. They has been so many cuts of programs here in the U.S. that it is completely ridiculous. What is insane is that they are promoting healthy foods and obesity problems in the U.S. among adults and children yet the "healthy" foods and produce are too expensive to buy and companies like McDonalds are one of the largest contributors for ads for T.V., sports, etc. Now, the FDA are talking about slimming down on portions of food that we eat. Now, you try telling that to a man who is a full meat and potatoes guy that his dinner on his plate are now in smaller portions!

12:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

former fed, you couldn't be more wrong. I can only speak for myself but I wake every morning with a big smile on my face because I look for the positive things in life. Life is grand and short and I want to enjoy every moment of it. I try to challenge and uplift the downtrodden.

12:54 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

tgegrGood moring all
Hope everyone had a great weekend.
Sounds like the little angel is happy my womanly instinks tell me he had a great weekend and I'm usually right.
Thanks for the up dates SPB I'll keep looking I have a busy day today. Glad to hear the Hammer is moving. Waterflake I went to your web site it is great you go girl.
I miss E she always give me that greeting in the morning I'll be glad when she gets settled in plus she always check my spelling for me I need the help. Talk later.

12:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

former fed, are you retired or did they fire you for surfing the net and blogging on company time? It is very disturbing to know so many federal employees spend their day toiling on the net and blogging.

12:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Jackie, my weekend was great. All us Trolls got together and roasted a pig. We drank lite beer and told off colored jokes about Liberals. We yucked it up pretty good. Even Trolls need some relaxing time. The pig and beer was paid for by the GOP. You have to love that evil George Bush. He sure knows how to take care of us Trolls.

1:03 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha said...

Tom DeLay will file for Bankruptcy because of his mounting legal bills.
He will end up on Skid Row.
In six months people will be going
Tom who?

1:03 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...


Same thing here, we even have a study showing that people with low income have a shorter life expectancy of approx. 10 years!

Lifing and Health is for the rich because fresh local vegies are expensive so are all the other healthy goodies.

Sucks doesn't it.

Thank you Jacki for visiting my website and the encouragment but I can't take all the credit because I have quite some people helping me and I couldn't do it without them, SP Biloxi being on of them!

So "Thank you" to the readers, Biloxi and of course my team (who want be reading this but can't be left out!)

1:04 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Well, the Idiot in Chief just finished his long awaited (not) discourse on a gay marriage amendment. This ploy should get all those Christian Wrong all fired
up to vote! Yoo, whoo......it's all another attempt to bamboozle you right wingers into believing that there is actually an ice cream cone's change in hell that an
amendment could even come close.

Wake up and smell the roses! If you think this produce anything, once again, keep drinking the Koolaid.

1:04 PM  
Anonymous Lois Lane said...

you insult, with that question, the honest people who work for the fed or support the fed or love this country.

as for 'challenge' and 'uplift', what a croc of s**t.

Like the pic of you and Ney tho-
didn't appear to be too much working going on during that day, mmm?

1:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lois, why don't you just let it all out and say what you really think. Venting is good for the soul.

1:16 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Thanks Waterflake with your wonderful comments!

Don't worry Former Fed. We enjoy your comments and ignore the imbecile troll. His meds haven't kicked in yet....

1:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Weasel SPB bloviates. The rules at the Special Prosecutor's office but be rather lax when it comes to surfing the net and blogging on the taxpayers dime.

1:25 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha said...

Call your Senators office in DC and ask about their Sex Lives.
Chances are they have none.
Especially if they are Republican.

1:34 PM  
Blogger Former Fed said...

ANON @ 1:54 - I am very happy to see you helping the downtrodden. That is very admirable.

ANON @ 1:58 - yes I am retired; I served our country for 32 years. Don't worry, none of your hard earned tax dollars - if you are one of the repugs who still have to pay taxes - are being wasted by my blogging.

Both of you - have a very nice day.

1:47 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Grandmanuk I really don't think his base is that dumb I think they know when they've been sold some beans. Remember Bush had 5 years to do what they wanted he waited and now it will never pass because it would have to go to all three branches and then 2/3's of the states have to pass it. By the time it reaches the next branch it will be controlled by Dems/Indepn. so he's making a fool of his base.

1:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks Former Fed, it is good to know at least one person that blogs here isn't being paid by the taxpayers to do so. Enjoy your retirement and don't let the Bastards grind you down.

2:00 PM  
Anonymous it takes one to know one... said...

Anonymous said...
"It is very disturbing to know so many federal employees spend their day toiling on the net and blogging." 1:58 PM

"All us Trolls got together and roasted a pig. The pig and beer was paid for by...that evil George Bush. He sure knows how to take care of us Trolls."

2:32 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

In other news:

From Americablog:

White House hid religious right leaders during Bush's TV address

"Not a single religious right leader was visible on camera during George Bush's entire address this afternoon.

No one."

Who did we NOT see sitting in the audience?

Pat Robertson
Jerry Falwell
James Dobson, Focus on the Family
Janet Parshall, radio host (formerly FRC)
Bob Knight, Concerned Women for America
Tony Perkins, Family Research Council
Peter LaBarbera, former CWFA and FRC
Lou Sheldon and Andrea Sheldon, Traditional Values Coalition


This took guts from the bloggers on the Americablog. Since the Gerbil and company are making a federal case to invade people's personal lives, Americanblog are calling politicans on their sex lives! Check out the responses.


2:37 PM  
Blogger jan said...

A troll gets rolled!


2:38 PM  
Anonymous ha ha ha said...

Another HUGE loss and embarrassment for Bush.
Eat it up Repuglican Trolls.
More to come.
Look for a HUGE loss for Repuglicans in November.

3:11 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I just read that Joe Liebermann is going to need a job I'm hope with the friends he has people will look out for him. Maybe Mr. Evil a loyal supporter can help a brother out. Liebermann supported Bush so much even giving him a big hug seen on TV to show he rubber stamped any/everything Bush wants. Now that Iraq is shown for what it is a lie/invasion/set up this has caught up with Bush's shadow. How many more Bush shadows will follow this down cycle. Maybe the Saudi's could hire the losers to work in their New York Hotel or maybe other secret buys that Bush has given the Saudi's one can only hope.

3:30 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

Hilarious comments on AmericaBlog- from people calling their Senators who support the bill:

SDS reports: Just called Lindsay Graham's office and asked if he was celibate. The girl who answered the phone got nasty and asked me if I was. I said no and then said I'm not a hypocrite. Also called Dole's office and asked for her views on adultery. No response from the secretary.

Bill writes: Just called Lamar Alexander, the staffer continually answered "that's not relevant" "these questions are not relevant, I won't answer."

Lily writes: I called the Senators office in Utah, and asked being that the Congress feels it it their duty to get into bedrooms and use the US Constitution to do it, the I would like to know if he and others are prepared to set an example and let the American people know about their indescretions ?

The secratary sho answered his phone said "You know what ma'am we do not take questions like that"

I said, "well if they are ready to get into legistate our personal sex lives, shouldn't they be prepared to answer"?

hehe.. She got all pissy and asked my zip, which I was happy to give to her.

Save a Life: Bag a Troll

3:36 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

Senator Martinez Office Comments (FL):

So help me God, I called Martinez's office. I said that, given the Senator's interest in protecting marriage combined with Florida's high divorce rate, would he be willing to introduce an amendment to outlaw divorce.

I was told I'd have to submit that question in writing since that had not been previously considered.

I put on my indignantly surprised voice and said, "You mean to tell me that given all the discussion in the Senate about protecting marriage, I'm the first person to bring up this ideas?"

So help me God, her answer was to say, "The Senator is not interested in protecting marriage but in protecting the definition of marriage."

Finally, at least...an honest Senate staffer

3:37 PM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Correct me if I'm wrong but isn't Former Fed one of a growing group of Former Republicans?

Pat Robertson was too busy to be there today. He's getting ready to try that lion's den trick for ntional broadcast since no one believes his weight lifting scam.

3:40 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Bush press secretary says gay marriage amendment civil rights measure; Stumbles when asked to define civil rights

Published: Monday June 5, 2006

At the White House press briefing today, Bush press secretary Tony Snow signaled that Bush considers an amendment barring same-sex marriage a "civil rights" matter, then stumbled when asked to define civil rights, RAW STORY has found.

3:41 PM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Florida under Jeb now actually has new divorce laws that make it more difficult to get one. Required counseling classes and so forth.

Sort of like the phony womens health clinics here the Right set up.

3:47 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Tony Snow Job and Gerbil and company really open the door of trouble when they try to attack gay rights. Since they decide to ban gay marriage, it opens the door to other rights that we have in this country. First immigration and now banning gay marriage. I would like to ask the Gerbil since he is making the gay marriage such a big issue now, what is his thoughts on interracial relationships and marriages in this country?? And what does he think of the Loving vs. Virginia case? It seems that he wants invade the American people's lives and bedrooms. The Gerbil forgets that his own brother is married to a Latino and other politicans have relationships or marriages to other races. An old saying: if you going to clean someone else's house, you better make sure that your own house is cleaned first!

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

Odd news:

GNC drops Pat Robertson's muscle drink

"NEW YORK, June 5 (UPI) -- U.S. nutritional supplement firm GNC Corp. will no longer sell a protein drink associated with the Rev. Pat Robertson, a noted televangelist.
The corporation, which did not elaborate on the reason for its move, comes despite high praise from the drink's creator, the head of the Christian Broadcasting Network, The New York Times reported Monday.
Robertson, 76, credits his "protein shake" with the ability to leg press 2,000 pounds -- 665 pounds more than the current world record."


Now, I would really believe Pat Robertson's crapola protein shake can do that when the smurf Libby is just a tall as Fitzgerald and the Gerbil becomes magna cum laude in English!

3:56 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

I am still waiting for the Troll to come over and do my laundry for Hug a Troll day . . .

I think our Troll has moved up to Level 2 on the Flayme Web site, to the category of Stalker.

I may need way more tin foil . . . Our favorite al Qaeda folks [Mossad to some of you] tend to pick auspicious days to kill people for their big stunts. They do not pick random days. We have not heard from them in a while. What in the world do they have planned for 666 day?

Speaking of mayhem, does anyone know what the planned timetable of the Canadian al Qaeda-inspired would-be fertilizer bombers was? June 30th for Canada Day? It looks like the RCMP are not releasing too much information, which is both OK and frustrating. Contrary to the terrorist ass-kicking judge's approach in Montana, the best espionage is done in secret, without people getting their 15-minutes of fame.

I hear there will be lots of BBQs on Canada Day. >;-)

3:58 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

"cjt said...
Florida under Jeb now actually has new divorce laws that make it more difficult to get one. Required counseling classes and so forth."

That just made my stomach ache much worse. Abused women (and men) should have stood up and said how that could be really dangerous. Well, there is one state with plenty of job security for the counseling folks.

I am going back to bed . . .

4:08 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Night Owl:
I hope you feel better soon! :)

4:13 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Man, the Gerbil and company are certainky turning this country backwards.. Now, Jeb has a new divorce law? Well, there goes the protection of battered women and couple who decide to divorce. The is certainly the 21th century of Big Brother.

I wonder what the Gerbil thinks of the new DC comic book character, Batwoman, since his topic of today is banning gay marriage:

Batwoman's other secret identity turns heads

"DC Comics says the character, who was brought in originally in 1956 as Batman's love interest, will be reintroduced as a lesbian as part of an effort to diversify its superhero roster. Kane is open about her sexuality with her friends, but has not come out to her family, executive director Don Didio said."


4:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trolls are people too.

4:23 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

Courtesy of Americablog:

John, I live in Dallas and just got off the phone with Kay Bailey Hutchison's staff. The person who took my question said that even though the Bible might say that a woman who is divorced and then remarries is an adulterer, no Christian really believes that. So, the Bible is really just a quaint notion, sorta like the Geneva Conventions. I will swear under oath that KBH rep said that. When I asked about why this marriage amendment is even being considered amidst the other enormous crises we're dealing with, she said she agreed with me. So, KBH is divorced but doesn't believe what the Bible says about it.

4:44 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

How is your day going?
Talk about a waste of tax payers money...this gay marriage ban is such a waste of time and money! It will NOT pass and is just a ploy to distract voters from the REAL ISSUES!

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

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5:11 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Just busy like all Mondays.. Yes, the gay marriage issue by the Gerbil is a waste of our time and it is a distraction and political ploy for the November elections. I know that the bill will not passed. The Gerbil is only aggravating the gay and lesbian communities. He doesn't understand that the same people that he is attacking are voters and taxpayers too. And the same people in which the Gerbil attacks will not work in favor for the GOP come November elections.

5:12 PM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Not sure just what was inacted but some of this did go through...

Tallahassee Bureau

December 15, 2002

TALLAHASSEE -- Florida legislators are preparing to delve next spring into
matters of the heart -- love, marriage and divorce.

Conservative Republicans are proposing ways to tweak Florida's marriage and
divorce laws to keep more marriages intact, even when one spouse is ready to

As marriage and divorce reform proposals percolate in the state Capitol,
moderate-leaning legislators say they doubt major changes will be adopted in

But backed by the Christian Coalition of Florida and other groups,
conservative legislators are examining a host of options. Some plans under
study include:

- A "cooling-off"' or waiting period -- ranging from six months to a year --
between a filing for divorce and when a marriage dissolution is finalized.
Advocates say applicants for divorce might reconsider their plans if they
have to live temporarily under divorce conditions, such as paying alimony
and child support as well as dealing with legal separation from their spouse
and children.

- Barring divorces involving families with children unless there is "mutual
consent," meaning that both parents would have to seek a divorce. Currently,
divorces can be granted with only one spouse seeking the separation.

- Requiring couples before they wed to define the precise circumstances in
which they would agree to a divorce.

- Mandating more pre-marital and pre-divorce counseling, some of which is
already required by law.


5:25 PM  
Blogger elees said...

I miss E she always give me that greeting in the morning I'll be glad when she gets settled in plus she always check my spelling for me I need the help. Talk later.

I miss E she always give me that greeting in the morning I'll be glad when she gets settled in plus she always check my spelling for me I need the help. Talk later.
It's me e..I had to do my name differentl to get a blog..
I have missed you too Jackie..I'm still unpacking and working around the house..
I've also had to catch up on everything..
I have missed everyone..

It's me

5:52 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

In DC for the first time...

Working Vacation....

also celebrating 6/6/06 with some excellent red wine!

7:17 PM  
Anonymous fussbudget said...

Let's review:
Q: How do we respond to trolls?
A: We don't. We ignore them completely.

A friendly reminder in case of sulfurous eruptions on 6/6/06!

7:55 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

Absolutely correct re: trolls.

You may talk around them and of course, laugh at them. But never speak to them no matter what they say.

Trolls Support Hate For Political Pandering: Starve a Troll

10:09 PM  
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