Jul 1, 2006

And We Want It Now...

Federal prosecutors asked a judge yesterday to order former Enron Corp. executives Jeffrey K. Skilling and Kenneth L. Lay to turn over $182.8 million, arguing that their homes and other assets were acquired by fraud.



Anonymous t said...

That's right-and We the People want it ALL...

9:04 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Repo Santa, now that's funny ;-)

9:23 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Aww, Kenny and his Mrs. will have to give up their faux tales of being broke and the rummage sale.

9:32 AM  
Anonymous just say no to fascism said...

Karma is a bitch!!

9:46 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Look Skilling/Lay had Christmas everyday to make up for the Christmas's they wont have. It was a great run and they lived it up so now they have memories. The families of these two will now know what Christmas is really about not present, money or homes but the heart. Look they can get a box of elbow noodles and sting them together for a necklace. Paint the noodles different colors and give that as a gift. It's the thought that counts not the price of the gift.

10:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...ill-gotten gains. These two misappropriated money from many, many people. They need to return all of it. A person who had a conscience couldn't keep any of those ill gotten gains. It is a reasonable demand that they cash in and return all their faudently obtained possessions.

11:05 AM  
Anonymous t said...

A doctor visit on a SATURDAY -how much is this costing taxpayers? And how do we know it wasn't Dick's "lifestyle choices" which gave him such a ragged heart?

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Vice President Dick Cheney's pacemaker is working properly and his overall heart condition is stable, according to results from his annual physical Saturday.

The 65-year-old Cheney, who has a long history of heart ailments, had an electrocardiogram and high-tech imaging to check on repaired aneurysms on the back of his knees, his spokeswoman said.

Doctors also checked the condition of a high-tech pacemaker, known as an implantable cardioverter defibrillator, that was placed in his chest in June 2001.

Cheney has had four attacks; the first in 1978, when he was 37, and the fourth on November 22, 2000, after the election that made George W. Bush president.

11:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Madsen says

"July 1, 2006 -- A former top Defense Department official has told WMR that he fears the Bush administration will pull off another "911" before the November election. The official stated that the next 911 will be used as a pretext for shipping U.S. citizens of Middle East descent to mass detention camps, establish martial law, impose strict censorship, and finally eliminate the power of the Congress and the Supreme Court over the president. "The next 911 will be much more like the Reichstag fire in terms of creating a dictatorship," said the official."


If this should happen, the general public would not realize how sleazy this administration is, and would be believe that we must keep the war hawks in congress in order to fight the axis of evil.

And the ASSES of evil would continue to bray about the need to protect the American people.

11:28 AM  
Blogger basheert said...

(Apologies to everyone for going off-topic)

SQ ... I have Richard Clarke's book and would be happy to get it to you. It's good and well worth reading.

Happy Saturday!

11:41 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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11:51 AM  
Blogger basheert said...

of COURSE that's what they plan to do - it's been pretty obvious all the time.

The human mind is a peculiar organ though - it does not live with continued FEAR over long periods of time. It rationalizes and that is why all this SCREECHING is being ignored by so many people.

I truly believe most of us are aware that we are vulnerable to some type of attack, most probably from an "inside" job. It happened before (sort of) and nothing has changed. We are still porous and we still have a moronic addict in charge who likes to rattle swords.

In our history, we have had civil wars - and uprisings. We have gotten rid of cheap trash, alcoholics and womanizers (in this case we seem to have the whole ball of wax all in one).

Cheap connivers come and go - yes they will cause damage. However it appears that it will be necessary to take control over at least 2/3 of all American citizens to gain whatever it is they are trying to gain.

A little word of advice though, I've heard some cautionery stuff about Wayne Madsen's blog. It has in the past, been inaccurate.

As an American, I still believe in the American people - I am not stupid or unaware. I believe I am doing what many are doing, being very watchful and educating myself.

I am also getting that funny feeling I had in the 60's...and hearing rumbling. There was a revolution back then - another one may be coming!

You just may be underestimating the American public - we are tolerant but NOT stupid.

11:52 AM  
Blogger agata said...

Repo Santa ?! That's a work of genius, a wicked genius.

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

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

Happy Saturday!

That's good that the federal prosecutors seized money and property from Unskilling Skilling and Lying Lay. And the federal prosecutor on the Cunningham case immediately seized Cunningham's home and assets and auctioned them off. I think all evil doers like Lay, Skilling, Cunningham, and others should have their assets frozen and homes seized. This will show an example to others that crime does pay! And it is not over for Lay and Skiling in the finance dept. Treasurer Controller candidate Joe Dunn is determined to get back the billions of dollars that were stolen from the Enron electricity scam in California. So, it will not be great X-mas or Kwanza for Lay and Skilling.

11:54 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Oh by the way, I heard that Germany is in the World Cup finals! Go Germany!

11:59 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Wow, that was a close call. When I first saw the Repo Santa picture before I read the stuff about the Enron criminals, I thought it was a sign that Fitzmas was going to be cancelled. I already got my Fitzmas today when I read the news about the investigation in Illinois.

Someone should make sure those criminals at Enron did not set up bank accounts in Switzerland, the Seychelles, the Canaries, Belize, Cyprus, XYZ country, etc., just to hide it so they do not have to pay it back.

Basheert--yes, Clarke's book is good. There are a couple of places where he grins his ax, but I think his information is good.

Jackie--Please tell Fitz to skip the Taste of Chicago because most of that food is greasy and fattening. And, no pink ties. I saw a man wearing a pink tie and it looked horrible.

12:04 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

For the Spelling Troll:

grinds, not grins

"Clarke's book is good. There are a couple of places where he grins his ax"

12:07 PM  
Anonymous t said...

What is the title of the RC book? I have Bush at War-which has some info that should be used against them in court!

Pink-maybe on some guys-Fitz isn't complection is too light to carry it off. Any shade of Browns, blues and greens maybe some pale yellow shirt with some of his flashier ties for summer.

My son won't let me dress him-even though at 21 he's GQ material(OK I'm biased) so I'm happy to help with Fitz ;-)

12:29 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Most Americans, even those who follow politics closely, have probably never heard of Addington. But current and former Administration officials say that he has played a central role in shaping the Administration’s legal strategy for the war on terror. Known as the New Paradigm, this strategy rests on a reading of the Constitution that few legal scholars share—namely, that the President, as Commander-in-Chief, has the authority to disregard virtually all previously known legal boundaries, if national security demands it. Under this framework, statutes prohibiting torture, secret detention, and warrantless surveillance have been set aside. A former high-ranking Administration lawyer who worked extensively on national-security issues said that the Administration’s legal positions were, to a remarkable degree, “all Addington.” Another lawyer, Richard L. Shiffrin, who until 2003 was the Pentagon’s deputy general counsel for intelligence, said that Addington was “an unopposable force.”


I read about Addington awhile back in "Newsweek", I often wondered how come no one ever mentioned his name much anymore. 'Axis of evil-doers' he sounds like.

12:45 PM  
Blogger teak said...


Interesting chart on which corporations owns which medias.

12:51 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Thank you for your kind offer on the Clarke book! Maybe I will take you up on that, if you would like to email me and we could arrange to meet somewhere?

12:55 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I saw that on the news last night regarding Lay and Skilling. I think they should have to give back everything they took from the people!! Yes, Karma!!

12:58 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

That's fine - I work at SRP...next to the Zoo -

The name of the book is Against All Enemies. I enjoyed the book and it held no surprises. Of course he does have an ax to grind - but he also has a ton of dirt and facts to back that up.

Congratulations to the Citizens of the U.S. - go look in a mirror, YOU are now the enemy in your own country.

Again, the funniest thing is, so are the trolls. They are just way too stupid to realize how expendable they are. They'll go merrily along their way, pandering, pimping and generally acting like idiots..and boom...bye bye trolls.

Trolls have a short shelf life and are discarded when they outlive their usefulness. They certainly would never be included in anything - they are simply low-class, ignorant, spelling deficient tools.

1:03 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I live in Scottsdale and I replied to your email. :)

1:13 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

SQ - got it - back at ya!

1:14 PM  
Blogger teak said...


The WSJ inadvertently provides evidence that the NYT was set up by the White House. We quote from the WSJ editorial in question:

" Some argue that the Journal should have still declined to run the antiterror story. However, at no point did Treasury officials tell us not to publish the information. And while Journal editors knew the Times was about to publish the story, Treasury officials did not tell our editors they had urged the Times not to publish. What Journal editors did know is that they had senior government officials providing news they didn't mind seeing in print. If this was a 'leak,' it was entirely authorized...."

We repeat, according to the WSJ, "If this was a 'leak,' it was entirely authorized...." Why would it be "authorized" for the Wall Street Journal, but not for the New York Times?

1:28 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

The Clarke book is:

"Against All Enemies: Inside America's War on Terror" published in 2004 by the Free Press.

Anothing interesting one is "America's Secret War: Inside the Hidden Worldwide Struggle Between America and its Enemies" by George Friedman, who runs Stratfor, a spies-for-hire private organization that will put together information on countries for corporations.

Lastly, there is "Holy War, Inc." by Peter Bergen, sent to the publishers in late summer of 2001 before 9/11. Anyone reading that would think that tax money spent on SWIFT to track terror money was like throwing money down a rat hole and would not be effective (no offense to rats).

Off the subject: Before anyone thinks I have an obsession with hair, I am sorry that Andre Agassi's back was hurting and he did not play as well at Wimbeldon. But, bald, cute, smart tennis players are still HOT. His wife has good taste.

T--Not too many 21-year-old guys want any family members telling them what to wear. Just let that go. ;-)

1:30 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Repo Santa is hilarious...from the picture it looks like Santa even took their appendages...as well he should!

The way they pillaged and stole the life's savings of so many everyday people...they should be stripped of all their material goods. As they say KARMA's a bitch...

1:32 PM  
Blogger teak said...

None of you good lawyers look like or dress like that little slicked-up shrimp lawyer of the beast-molester Libby, do you? Luskin? 'Cuz that is just damn disgusting.

1:39 PM  
Anonymous star jones said...

I'm a lawyer too.

I dress modestly.

1:54 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Interesting story on Navy Lawyer that won the Gitmo case this week:

From Rawstory:

"Gitmo win likely cost Navy lawyer his career

Lt. Cmdr. Charles Swift -- the Navy lawyer who beat the president of the United States in a pivotal Supreme Court battle over trying alleged terrorists -- figures he'll probably have to find a new job.

Navy Lt. Cmdr. Charles Swift first represented Hamdan two years ago in U.S. District Court in Seattle.
Of course, it's always risky to compare your boss to King George III. (Love that line! -- my words, CC)

Swift made the analogy to the court, saying President Bush had overstepped his authority when he bypassed Congress and set up illegal military tribunals to try Guantanamo detainees such as Swift's alleged al-Qaida client, Salim Ahmed Hamdan.

The justices agreed, ruling 5-3 Thursday in favor of dismantling the current tribunal system."


Overthrow King George III!

1:55 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Night owl like most Mothers I know what my sons need at lease those who aren't married yet. As for food he'll get sick if he eats to much greasy food that the reminder. Now as for the ties don't worry I have that all taken care of you guys will see the GQ Fitz during the trial. I shop all your for sales. Now I have to young man who wear ties so I shop for designer ties all year. Now I was looking into getting Fitz a cat. No not a real one I remember what he did with his, he cann't own a live cat I was thinking more of a stuff cat. Just to have a pet around. So don't worry I am always looking out for Fitz remember I have other sons and daughters so it's a full time job that I love.

2:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cheney is the MAN!!!!

WASHINGTON (AP) -- Vice President Dick Cheney's high-tech pacemaker is working properly and has not been activated by any irregular heartbeats, according to his annual physical on Saturday that showed his overall heart condition was stable.

The 65-year-old Cheney, who has a long history of heart ailments, had an electrocardiogram and imaging to check on repaired aneurysms on the back of his knees, his spokeswoman said.

4:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No new target letters, no new indictments and no black Friday for Neocons. Just an upcoming trial next Febuary for a bad memory.

Way to go Fitz. That is surely worth the millions you have spent on this non-case.

4:12 PM  
Blogger agata said...

Night Owl, for crying out loud, please, say you're joking. Food at the Taste of Chicago is perhaps itty bitty greasy, but in that fat, my fellow, is the spirit of of the Taste of Chicago. That smell of BBQd meat and sausages and ribs, OMG, I'm hungry !!!
And when exactly Mr. Fitz Patrick is going to be there ? Can I have an e-mail alert ?

4:39 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Agata--it is a running joke around here. Jackie is in charge of making sure Fitz wears a nice tie and eats healthy.

Yes, it is a joke.

Welcome to the blog, BTW. Do not hesistate to ask questions--there are more running jokes. ;-)

5:11 PM  
Anonymous Trolls die a horrible death said...

The Repulsive Troll continues to lick GOP Ass and Balls.

Go Figure.

5:44 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

The legal mind behind the White House’s war on terror.
Issue of 2006-07-03
Posted 2006-06-26


6:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


6:12 PM  
Blogger Oregon Senator Gordon Smith said...

Waaah! These liberals make me sad.

6:12 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

That is surely worth the millions you have spent on this non-case. I hate to break it to you, asswipe Al, but Fitzgerald's leak case has not cost in the millions. Since you like to bring up bad bad Clinton on this blog, Ken Starr's investigation on Clinton cost over 40 million! But, of course, since you are an uneducated derelict and unemployed, you didn't check comparisons on other high profile cases besides Fitzgerald's case! Go back to the sources that fed you those garbage figures and get a reality check!

6:16 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


The Californians are really more pissed at the Gropinator in California:

Paper: Schwartzenegger office tracks peaceful protesters

California Gov. Arnold Schartzenegger's homeland security agency has tracked antiwar and animal-welfare protesters, the Los Angeles Times reports.
The paper obtained official reports detailing some of the monitoring, which included the tracking of:
* A rally protesting the slaughter of Canadian seals for fur.
* An antiwar rally that featured Rep. George Miller, D-Calif.
* A Women's International League for Peace and Freedom gathering in support of an antiwar protester facing trespassing charges.


6:25 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

Special Prosecutor Biloxi
12:59 PM

Brazil is out
England (not UK) is out
(what a stroke against genital-area - red pasteboard, Rooney ejected)

happy Tuesday Semi-final :

Germany vs. Italia
Portugal vs. France

Germany ROCKS !!

for as are enough ??

Bushit in Germany
12. bis 14. Juli.

6:25 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

Love the "Repo Santa" pic :)

Read in the NYT, the movie adaptation of Richard Clarke's book "Against All Enemies" is being produced by John Calley and Columbia Pictures. Directed by Paul Haggis.

Oliver Stone is also producing a WTC Documentary film. He's avoiding political controversy on this project.

6:31 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Dream Soldier!

Thanks for the update. Waterflake will be happy that her country is in the World cup finals. I want France vs. Germany!

Jackie rules!

6:31 PM  
Anonymous t said...


From JURIST Guest Columnist David Scheffer, Hamdan v. Rumsfeld: The Supreme Court Affirms International Law

My favorite part:

Does Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions apply to Hamdan’s case? The District Court had concluded yes, but the Court of Appeals, with the vote of Judge John Roberts (who now, as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, had to recuse himself from the case), had concluded that Common Article 3 does not apply because al Qaeda, a terrorist organization which Mr. Hamdan is alleged to have been a member of prior to and until his capture shortly after 9/11, is not a “High Contracting Party” of the Geneva Conventions. That is a critical view because Common Article 3 requires that in a “conflict not of an international character occurring in the territory of one of the High Contracting Parties,” there are still minimum protective provisions that must be provided to “persons…placed hors de combat by…detention.” Hamdan would qualify for that designation provided Common Article 3 applies overall. One key protective measure prohibits “the passing of sentences and the carrying out of executions without previous judgment pronounced by a regularly constituted court affording all the judicial guarantees which are recognized as indispensable by civilized peoples.” That means the military commissions must meet that standard.

Jackie, you do a great job. My kid does let me dress him on special occasions ;-)

6:41 PM  
Anonymous t said...

PS- forgot this

It was a good day for international law, and a good day for American jurisprudence. When the majority found that “the Executive is bound to comply with the Rule of Law that prevails in this jurisdiction,” they did so with the Rule of International Law foremost in their deliberations.

6:43 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

Special Prosecutor Biloxi
7:31 PM
I too....
What`s about Jackie ?

Good night ! 1:43 h

6:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Dream soldier,

Jackie is a ruler of Fitz's wardrobe. Don't mess with her!

7:00 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


In the news:

1. LA Tines and NY Times editors joined forces to write an OP-Ed column:

When Do We Publish a Secret?
By DEAN BAQUET, editor, The Los Angeles Times, and BILL KELLER, executive editor, The New York Times
Published: July 1, 2006

"Government officials, understandably, want it both ways. They want us to protect their secrets, and they want us to trumpet their successes. A few days ago, Treasury Secretary John Snow said he was scandalized by our decision to report on the bank-monitoring program. But in September 2003 the same Secretary Snow invited a group of reporters from our papers, The Wall Street Journal and others to travel with him and his aides on a military aircraft for a six-day tour to show off the department's efforts to track terrorist financing. The secretary's team discussed many sensitive details of their monitoring efforts, hoping they would appear in print and demonstrate the administration's relentlessness against the terrorist threat.
How do we, as editors, reconcile the obligation to inform with the instinct to protect?"

2. Lies, lies, lies and Gilligan's defense!

From TPMmuckraker:

Lewis Caught in Lie, Shilled for Lobbyist

"Republican Rep. Jerry Lewis, under federal investigation over his ties to a lobbying firm, issued a statement last month saying his office never recommends lobbyists to constituents. A Lewis letter released by San Bernardino County appears to contradict that claim."
"In the Sept. 5, 2002, letter, Lewis said he had a 10-year working relationship with Tom Skancke, a registered lobbyist and president of The Skancke Company of Las Vegas."
"It is a pleasure to be writing this letter on Tom's behalf and strongly recommend San Bernardino County's retaining The Skancke Company's services," Lewis wrote....

"I have never told a local representative or someone seeking to work on a federal project that they must have a lobbyist representing them," Lewis' statement said. "It is an ironclad rule in my office that we do not recommend lobbyists, even if a constituent asks for that recommendation."
A spokeswoman for Lewis' attorneys did not immediately respond Friday to a message seeking comment."

7:11 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I had posted an article yesterday from the New York about Powell. Here is more about the replacement of the little soldier's position:

From Talkleft.com an excerpt:

Addington Disease: The New Yorker

Addington, who now holds Scooter Libby's job, has been a formidible force in the Administration's positions on everything from torture to Guantanamo to presidential signing statements.
He insisted, for instance, on maintaining the admissibility of statements obtained through coercion, or even torture. In meetings, he argued that officials in charge of the military commissions should be given maximum flexibility to decide whether to include such evidence. "Torture isn't important to Addington as a scientific matter, good or bad, or whether it works or not," the Administration lawyer, who is familiar with these debates, said. "It's more about his philosophy of Presidential power. He thinks that if the President wants torture he should get torture. He always argued for 'maximum flexibility.' "

Another short quote:

Meanwhile, Addington has fought tirelessly to stem reform of other controversial aspects of the New Paradigm, such as the detention and interrogation of terror suspects. Last year, he and Cheney led an unsuccessful campaign to defeat an amendment, proposed by Senator John McCain, to ban the abusive treatment of detainees held by the military or the C.I.A.

On Guantanamo:
In a series of meetings at the White House, Gordon, Bellinger, and other officials warned Addington and Gonzales that potentially innocent people had been locked up in Guantánamo and would be indefinitely. "This is a violation of basic notions of American fairness," Gordon and Bellinger argued. "Isn't that what we're about as a country?" Addington's response, sources familiar with the meetings said, was "These are 'enemy combatants.' Please use that term. They've all been through a screening process. We don't have anything to talk about."

7:24 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Jackie--I think I know what kind of a stuffed cat toy might work. At the malls, they sell these battery-operated stuffed cats (and dogs), usually for around $20. They look like this:

Stuffed Cats

I first thought this was a crazy idea but since my real cat has spent almost the entire day sleeping on the couch, maybe it not such a crazy idea after all. ;-)

It's a cat that even Frist cannot kill. At least there are not any stories about Dr. Frist digging up the recently buried, which is how medical students got cadavers to play with around 100 years ago.

7:25 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Night owl thanks for the idea I was really trying to think what Fitz would like and need. I'm always thinking about the kids I know their old but in my heart it's just me. They laugh but they know me. Now if Fitz has been good ALL year he will get a kitty cat to keep him company. Yes he will be dress in GQ style during the trial and people will notice. I love shopping for bargins. It's much easier on the computer then going from store to store. Yes I'm checking the list checking it twice just to find out who naughty or nice. Giving from the heart is the best thing a person can do. So Night owl thanks again and Mrs. Claus has marked that down.

7:39 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...


You are so cute! You bring a smile to my face! :)

7:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jackie, it's a cute idea; just don't buy a stuffed cat that's made of REAL cat or rabbit fur. I don't like the idea of killing one animal to make a stuffed one... and PJF may not either.
Good Luck finding the right thing!

8:43 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

8:55 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Don't worry, Anon! the fur is synthetic. I shop at bargain prices. Nothing is real at a bargain price!

8:56 PM  
Anonymous t said...


I think cats have *the* life.

Mine sleeps on the couch all day too- and sometimes reaches out to me when I walk by so I will rub his tummy.

Good articles teak and s-q, here is the link formula:


9:05 PM  
Anonymous t said...

whoops try this link that will tell you how:
making links

9:09 PM  
Anonymous t said...

spb did you see this? got any more on addison? Cruella DeVille on the road...US devises public diplomacy drive

Karen Hughes, a political confidante of president George W Bush and now his chief of public diplomacy at the state department, said strategic plans were being developed for those "pilot" countries over the next three to five years.

"The exact list is a classified matter but it includes the type of countries where we believe it is very important to counter ideological support for extremism," Hughes said in an interview on Wednesday.

She declined to list the nations but officials said they included Afghanistan, Indonesia, Malaysia, Egypt and other Middle Eastern countries that were chosen based on classified information in meetings among the Pentagon, state department, the CIA and others.

9:13 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Here is the Addison's article:


And here is excerpt:

On December 18th, Colin Powell, the former Secretary of State, joined other prominent Washington figures at FedEx Field, the Redskins’ stadium, in a skybox belonging to the team’s owner. During the game, between the Redskins and the Dallas Cowboys, Powell spoke of a recent report in the Times which revealed that President Bush, in his pursuit of terrorists, had secretly authorized the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on American citizens without first obtaining a warrant from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, as required by federal law."

"Addington,” he said. “He doesn’t care about the Constitution.” Powell was referring to David S. Addington, Vice-President Cheney’s chief of staff and his longtime principal legal adviser. Powell’s office says that he does not recall making the statement. But his former top aide, Lawrence Wilkerson, confirms that he and Powell shared this opinion of Addington."


I didn't hear about US devises public diplomacy drive but I wouldn't pass that Gerbil having another underlining hidden agenda! The Gerbil had a blueprint of certain countries that they are targeting for oil and profit! Not surprised!

9:23 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

New York Times fight back! Check tomorrow's paper!

Rich assails administration over attacks on the press

New York Times' columnist Frank Rich on Sunday will accuse the White House and Republican Party of fabricating outrage against the his newspaper in order to cover their own failings in Iraq and elsewhere, Raw Story has learned.
Excerpts from Rich:
"Old Glory lost today," Bill Frist declaimed last week when his second attempt to rewrite the Constitution in a single month went the way of his happy prognosis for Terri Schiavo. Of course it isn't Old Glory that lost when the flag-burning amendment flamed out. The flag always survives the politicians who wrap themselves in it. What really provoked Frist's crocodile tears was the foiling of yet another ruse to distract Americans from the wreckage in Iraq. He and his party, eager to change the subject in an election year, just can't let go of their scapegoat strategy. It's illegal Hispanic immigrants, gay couples seeking marital rights, cut-and-run Democrats and rampaging flag burners who have betrayed America's values, not those who bungled a war.
No sooner were the flag burners hustled offstage than a new traitor was unveiled for the Fourth: the press. Public enemy No. 1 is The New York Times, which was accused of a "disgraceful" compromise of national security (by President Bush) and treason (by Rep. Peter King of New York and the Coulter amen chorus). The Times' offense was to publish a front-page article about a comprehensive American effort to track terrorists with the aid of a Belgian consortium, Swift, which serves as a clearinghouse for some 7,800 financial institutions in 200 countries.
It was a solid piece of journalism. But if you want to learn the truly dirty secrets of how our government prosecutes this war, the story of how it vilified The Times is more damning than anything in the article that caused the uproar.
The assault on a free press during our own wartime should be recognized for what it is: another desperate ploy by officials trying to hide their own lethal mistakes in the shadows.It's the antithesis of everything we celebrate with the blazing lights of Independence Day.


9:25 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Thank you T !! I wasn't doing the space between the first a and the actual link! Small details can make a huge difference!

9:32 PM  
Anonymous slingblade said...

Muh tween brother starred in "Bad Santa".

9:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Check this out!
a pulling another 9/11

9:47 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Conservative media remains silent on prior publication of leaks favorable to Gerbil Administration

10:06 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I was just too lazy to use HTML on the blog! So, I decided to start using the bold text and the hyperlink for now on... but, you will still see commentaries from me... And I do need to brush up on HTML...

10:08 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Jackie is not going to like you going to the Taste of Chicago. We all want you lean, mean, and fighting machine! P.S. Can you save me some ribs?

10:31 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

I call BS alert!

From WMR--

"WMR has also been told that the covert U.S. program is using contract technical personnel associated with the Russian-Israeli Mafia to hack into systems and physically steal data."

Ha ha ha!!! The U.S. government could not possibly PAY ENOUGH MONEY to hire the Russian-Israeli Mafia. Let's pretend I am from Missouri, so Show Me!! Sorry folks, those guys are computer savy enough to hack into anything, but they would want even more money than defense contractors or evil-greedy pharmaceutical companies.

In this instance, I need way more than just what is written on WMR before I will believe it. I never bought "Because I said so" from my own mother, so give me more, 'cause I'm not buying this story right as is.

10:31 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Looks like fun!! Fitz, I hope you are having a fun and restful weekend! :)

10:37 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, Night owl!

Many journalists in the media including WMR think that they have a spin on information when they are only giving theories. I just watched McLaughlin Group and one of the panels said that the Gerbil will have a party for the smurf (meaning a pardon for the little soldier). Now, I laughed. Because fitz and Randall have been mummed about the case and Porkrind has a temporary pass of freedom, the journalists are only giving a theory. I just want to see the faces of the entire McLaughlin group panels inluding John McLaughlin that their predictions are dead wrong. I hope Randall takes the phone off the hook if the McLaughlin group calls for an interview from Fitz!

10:50 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

It must be my night to play troll!

Holy Cow!! Who needs the tin foil, WMR or Night Owl?? On this one:

June 30, 2006 -- . . . The Minnesota Department of Revenue has reported that a data tape containing the names and Social Security Numbers of 2400 Minnesota taxpayers, in addition to data on 48,000 businesses, was possibly stolen from the U.S. Postal Service after being mailed from the department's Brainerd office. The physical theft of personal data, as previously reported by WMR, is part of a covert U.S. intelligence program to populate Total Information Awareness surveillance databases. "

Hel-lo!! Why go to all that trouble to send some poor spy to go rooting around a bunch of envelopes and boxes at the Post Office? Geez, which spy got the short end of *that* stick? Geez, one phone call to the IRS from Cheney on behalf of the the NSA, the CIA, FBI, XYZ, or whomever could get them all the freaking data they want!

I am not buying that story as is either. Show Me! I need more stuff before I believe it.

Look, identify theft is the fastest growing crime out there, by regular criminals, ones who don't feel like getting shot at while robbing banks or selling drugs. Oh, and lots of the computer hackers are from people living in China, by people out to make a buck.

10:54 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Thanks guys for your responses> looks like Fitz has been busy...Go Fitz! The corruption just keeps going and going...Feds detail probe of state job rigging

Federal investigators probing alleged job rigging in Gov. Blagojevich's administration "have implicated multiple state agencies" and have "developed a number of credible witnesses," a bombshell letter penned by U.S. Attorney Patrick J. Fitzgerald states.
In his letter, Fitzgerald wrote that the FBI and his staff began investigating "fraudulent hiring practices" by the Democratic governor's administration about a year ago and opened a second probe late last summer.

"Those investigations have now been merged and involve the alleged rigging of state employment practices to enable political hiring in violation of Rutan and include, among other things, the preparation of fraudulent hiring documentation," Fitzgerald wrote. "Our investigation has now implicated multiple state agencies and departments and we have developed a number of credible witnesses."
Fitzgerald sent the letter to Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan on June 20 so her employees would not duplicate his office's investigation of possible violations of a court decree called Rutan, which bars politics from being considered in the hiring and firing of nearly all state employees
Feds detail probe of state job rigging

10:54 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Could someone not from Illinois provide background information on Lisa Madigan? I should not do it because I cannot possibly be unbiased. I usually vote for Democrats but I sure as heck did *not* vote for her because of a lack of experience on her part. Her daddy, Michael Madigan, is the Illinois House Speaker, she literally rode his coattails, and I considered her underqualified for the job. It looks to me that she only started an investigation because well-connected Chicago politician Dick Mell wanted her to go after his son-in-law, Gov. Blago. (Now there is a political soap opera!).

Thank God Madigan turned over the investigation to Fitz.

11:09 PM  
Blogger teak said...


You know, there really is not a lot about Deadeye Dick out there.

With W. and Karl, you can find some empathy for them in their youth. (Or at least try and understand what happened to them.) But Cheney, there is nothing.

11:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Night Owl,

Informed sources from Madsen tell me that The Tin Man is a paranoid nutter who believes anything.

1:29 AM  
Blogger teak said...


Mr. Decider divides the nation and wants money for it, too. Perhaps it will be called the Yellow Brick Road. Evil.

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

Night Owl!

It sounds like Ms. Madigan got the job as Attorney General because of her daddy. It would have been nice if she got the job on her own. Here is the information on Lisa Madigan Thank goodness Fitz took over the job! Good Night! Signing off!

2:13 AM  
Blogger teak said...


"Don't Be Cruel": Sung by the Guantanamo Detainees Quartet
"Heartbreak Hotel": The new hit single by Duke Cunningham & the Watergates
"Jailhouse Rock": Scooter Libby gets his freak on
"Hound Dog" ("you ain't never caught a rabbit and you ain't no friend of mine"): Sung by Harry Whittington to Dick Cheney
"Fools Rush In": Sung by the Brooks Brothers Riot Boys
"G.I. Blues": George W. Bush's favorite war song, as in "G.I. Wish I had had the Balls to serve in the military during Vietnam"
"Guadalajara": Bush confuses this song with having something to do with Guantanamo
"His Hand in Mine": Bush's musical homage to Saudi Crown Prince Abdullah
"My Way": A song about Bush's leadership style
"Kissin Cousins": Ken Mehlman sings about Southern Republican voters
"I Want You, I Need You, I Love You": Scott McClellan's love song to Jeff Gannon
"Long Legged Girl (With a Short Dress on)": Rove's love song to Ann Coulter
"Puppet on a String": Rove's love song to Bush
"Tutti Frutti": the Ken Mehlman opus
"Make the World Go Away": What Bush sings to himself every night before bedtime
"T-R-O-U-B-L-E": the GOP's midterm election theme song
"Fairytale": A catchy little tune about a president who actually thinks he won two elections
"Witchcraft": a song about how Bush actually won two elections

The King is rolling over in his grave, not sure because of his music titles being abused or King George the 3rd intruding in his house.

5:05 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

"In the Ghetto". Where the middle class increasingly finds itself under Bush economics.

7:49 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Get your pennies out-shall we place a bet? I think this is what Fitz could be doing with Rover-
"T's theory of the Day" Happy Sunday!
I was so excited when I found this, it was hard to sleep:-)

From Findlaw:

Find law To Proffer Or Not To Proffer? White Collar Crime

"Unlike an immunity agreement or a plea bargain agreement, a proffer agreement will not protect you from the government's later derivative, or indirect, use of your statements. In other words, the prosecution is free to use your statements to follow investigative leads and to advance the case. The proffer itself, which is given in a proffer session attended by you, your attorney, the prosecutor and the case agent, is almost always informally seen as a prelude to a written immunity or plea bargain agreement, provided that the government, in its sole discretion, finds your proffer truthful. (In fact, there is no reason for you ever to make a proffer absent this informal understanding.) But the informal understanding will not be contained in the written proffer agreement. The written proffer agreement will instead recite that the proffer is being given without any assurances whatsoever. Traditionally, written proffer agreements allowed the government to use your statements against you for impeachment purposes in a subsequent proceeding, but only if you took the stand and gave testimony materially inconsistent with your proffer. In recent years, government drafted proffer agreements also allow use of your entire proffer statement against you at trial, even in the government's case-in-chief, if any portion of your trial defense (including your attorney's opening statement or cross-examination questions) is in any way materially inconsistent with anything you said in your proffer session."

"Why would you ever want to proffer? Because, and only because: 1) you have exposure; 2) indictment is a foregone conclusion if you don't work out a plea deal or immunity agreement; 3) you want a plea deal or immunity agreement; and, 4) the prosecutor will not give you either without first hearing your proffer. Even in this scenario, as noted above, proffering is a high-risk venture."

"Also be aware that your white-collar defense attorney's statements to the media may be used against you, as an admission by an authorized agent, if the federal prosecutor assigned to your case is very aggressive. This is rare, but it does happen."

Luskin doesn't seem to wish to discuss this anymore-he's "moving on"

8:38 AM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

Good Morning, Afternoon, Evening...

in Germany we heard, that Germany has to take over four Guantanamoprisinors to get free "Bremer Talibans" Kurnaz, a innocent German Prisoner in Guantanamo.
Do you know, if the US-admin has communicate this case ?

A government spokesman in Berlin disclaimed today the report: “A condition of the represented kind does not give it.”

8:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ann Coulter ROCKS!!!! She is the WOMAN!!!!

9:07 AM  
Anonymous The troll has no balls said...

Again the Troll shows the World it has Penis Envy from Mann Coulter.

Go Figure.

9:30 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...


The proffer agreement is very intersting...but I believe Luskin said that they had not made (any kind of) agreement with the prosecutor. I don't have the exact quote though. Its also possible that Luskin could be lying.

It certainly would make this statement from Luskin false:
"On June 12, 2006, Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald formally advised us that he does not anticipate seeking charges against Karl Rove." I would think if you are using a proffer agreement that is because you have the goods (possible indictments) on someone. But I am not a lawyer and would be interested to know more.

It will be interesting to hear others' thoughts on the Proffer Agreement theory...

9:33 AM  
Anonymous t said...

cc, Luskin has a history of lying to the media for his clients-Oh my...

9:38 AM  
Anonymous death to trolls everywhere... said...

Time Poll:

66% believe the country is on the wrong track.

More bad news for the Troll and his corrupt, criminal heroes.

The New York Times Rule!!!

9:41 AM  
Anonymous cjt said...

Ann Coulter's page hits continue to decline according to Alexa.

The shrill harpie is losing her base just like Limbaugh.

10:20 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

"cc, Luskin has a history of lying to the media for his clients-Oh my..."

I've heard that...and believe he is most likely lying now...

10:20 AM  
Anonymous Sealed vs. Sealed said...

I'm busting at my seems...not knowing when...

10:23 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Chimpcoulter I was just thinking about your comment on proffer agreement. Now let's go back to seal vs seal and the 5 times Rove had to testify in the grand jury. Luskin is doing what he can for his client to spin the story so Rove can continue to get money for the GOP. Look people wont give to a losing side. Libby got very little from his KFC fund raiser. Most people don't understand the legal system so Luskin is coving the truth so the GOP can continue. If the public understood that Rove has to testify under oath what he said to the grand jury or be charged with prejury and the sealed indictment would be opened. Now these guys to time to make a plan or exit. Word in the media from propaganda supporters is that Bush will pardon Libby by Christmas. If so look for Abramoff,DeLay,Lay, Skilling and Duke Cunningham to want the same present. Don't forget Bush thinks he has the sole power to do what ever he wants so pardoning his guilty criminal friends is within his power. Even with the Supreme Court kicking Bush in the butt.

11:28 AM  
Anonymous the truth rules said...


Liar, Liar Pants on Fire.

11:29 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz when you review this blog please note that your friend Micheal Mason has his hands full with so many of the top agents in the FBI leaving. Interesting article in rawstory. I wish him luck with the new employees. I remember the FBI being one of the hardest jobs to get and one of the most respected Dept. around the world. Mr. Mason has his work cut out for him to rebuild that Department.

11:40 AM  
Blogger teak said...


Wonder what these people really do in Iraq and just what they might supply to certain people? The one certainly has a lousy reputation and keeps getting brought up in certain places. Evil.

Miss Jackie, I don't know a thing about you but some of things you post sometimes brings tears or a smile with memories of my late Mother. I sincerely thank you for this, sometimes life today mutes our memories of our roots so important for hope and strength. Thank you for reminding me. God bless you, please do not change a thing in your postings.

12:14 PM  
Blogger teak said...


When DynCorp gripes about someone, they must be bad.

12:26 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

"so Rove can continue to get money for the GOP." Yes Jackie -- very good point.

I pray that all of those crooks don't get a pardon...it is very propable...but I will pray for some Divine intervention...

Go team Fitzie -- and thank you for the work you do...

12:42 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening Evening folks!

Happy Sunday!

It will be interesting to hear others' thoughts on the Proffer Agreement theory...


I think that Fitz's strategy is to entrap Porkrind in his 5 testimonies when he will be a witness to the prosecution for the the smurf's trial. I have a feeling that all of the players will try to save themselves from one another as witnesses in the smurf's trial Prokrind and Cheney. One Rove testifies, if he doesn't get the exact truth of what he told Fitz in all of the 5 testimonies, he toasted! Same goes with Cheney. Luskin knew that his client Prokrind is needed for the Gerbil for GOP fundraising for November election..But, I think Fitzgerald's big prize is to get Rove and Cheney at the same time. And their testimonies come January or February of 2007 may seal their fate. So, by Fitz teling Luskin that Rove is free to go, Fitz knew exactly what Luskin will do. And since the public is not well educated in the legal system, you tell the public that Rove is basically "exonorated" from the CIA Leak case. And since Randall or Fitz didn't make a comment at all, Luskin just fed on that to the public. Luskin knew that the oublic would buy it and so will the media! But, Luskin is already in hot watered especially his comment about getting a faxed letter from Fitz.

And as far as a pardon? Again, the GOP and the Gerbil buddies in the media have to create a buzz of a possible pardon for Libby. This is all propaganda. The Gerbil created the Iraq propaganda and the 9/11 propaganda.. The more of the Gerbil buddies are caught, indicted, and convicted, the more differcult decision for the Gerbil to choose who to pardon.

1:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dream on! ha! ha!

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

Dream on! ha! ha!

Small minds for small genitals.. Thank you tiny Al..

1:30 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Veterans for Peace has drafted a Declaration of Impeachment using nothing but excerpts from the Declaration of Independence (plus a few words in parentheses). Veterans for Peace states, "It should be read at picnics and protests on the Fourth of July."

1:53 PM  
Blogger teak said...


uly 3-10, 2006 issue - As Congress debates a crackdown on members' and their staffs' accepting travel paid for by outside interests, newly filed records show Capitol Hill lawmakers aren't Washington's only frequent fliers. According to filings with the Office of Government Ethics, White House staffers have accepted nearly $135,000 in free trips since November 2004. Among those picking up the tab: some of the president's top business supporters, including the National Association of Manufacturers, and dozens of conservative and religious groups, among them the Southern Baptist Convention, Focus on the Family and the Federalist Society.


Grr! Personally, I think some of those groups with tax-free status should have theirs revoked.

2:10 PM  
Blogger basheert said...

There once was a troll name of Al
Who pictures himself Dubya's pal
He vomits and spews
The Bush party brew
And he's still just a troll name of Al

2:28 PM  
Anonymous trolls make me sick said...

The Troll and his pathetic hard-on for the GOP.

Disgusting yet so sad.

2:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Al Rogers/Rodgers for President in '08. Al is the Man that can get a rise out of any Liberal. Liberals are jealous of Al because he is the MAN and the ladies love him. What is not to love?

2:40 PM  
Anonymous trolls have small dongs said...

The Troll has a miniscule penis and bad body odor.

It is also hideous and has no personality.


2:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Al Rogers/Rodgers for President in '08. Yep, Al for President. President of munchkinland where everything is small!

Feinstein: I Wasn’t Briefed On Bank Records Program Until Administration Knew NYT Was Publishing

THE PRESIDENT: Congress was briefed…And the disclosure of this program is disgraceful. We’re at war with a bunch of people who want to hurt the United States of America, and for people to leak that program, and for a newspaper to publish it does great harm to the United States of America. What we were doing was the right thing. Congress was aware of it…

2:59 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

White House: Washington's Frequent (Freebie) Fliers

July 3-10, 2006 issue - As Congress debates a crackdown on members' and their staffs' accepting travel paid for by outside interests, newly filed records show Capitol Hill lawmakers aren't Washington's only frequent fliers. According to filings with the Office of Government Ethics, White House staffers have accepted nearly $135,000 in free trips since November 2004.

Records list most trips as speaking engagements or panel discussions—including White House deputy chief of staff Karl Rove's $2,600 trip last September to Aspen, where he attended a two-day retreat sponsored by financier Ted Forstmann.

Bush aides listed trips as far away as Norway, Germany, Latvia, Sweden, the United Kingdom and Australia, where Rove aide Barry Jackson reported a $15,483 jaunt to Sydney to attend a conference on Australian-U.S. relations.

3:27 PM  
Anonymous just say no to fascism said...

Good Afternoon

Could we have a new post, please?

Thank You.

3:58 PM  
Anonymous Waterflake said...

Good Sunday everybody,

Hi Biloxi, thank you for the update it's up on the web..

I can see you're keeping tabs on the world cup...yes I am happy Germany got through even though I'm not a big football fan the atmosphere over here is ectatic...

4:06 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


The World Cup finals is the big talk among people here. I think it is a good thing because it brings all people from all cultures to cheer for their countries and just have fun! Fun and laughter are missing in the U.S. with all of the chaos and corruption in the Gerbil Administration.

4:26 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And yes, we do need another post!

4:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is amazing how many here are concerned with the size of Al's Johnson. Maybe Al compensates by being able to swing those big brass balls in the wind to the amazement of the Troll haters.

4:40 PM  
Anonymous Trolls have bad body odor said...

The troll bragging about the non-size of his johnson and his non existing balls.

The Troll likes to brag about it's shortcomings.

Just like a foul-smelling brainless and dickless Troll!!

4:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

DoJ Report: Abramoff Too Late to Sink Prosecutor with Too Many Enemies

Who is Frederick Black?
Black was the interim U.S. Attorney for Guam and the Northern Mariana Islands from 1991 until his demotion in May of 2003; that made him the chief federal prosecutor in Abramoff's playground and so a natural enemy. Back in August of last year, the LA Times broke the story that Black had been demoted from his position the day after he'd issued a grand jury subpoena as part of an investigation into Abramoff's lobbying for the Superior Court of Guam.

After Bush was elected, er, ruled president, his administration began a massive effort to replace the Clinton era U.S. Attorneys with their own picks, which is, I understand, a normal process. In order to ensure that their picks fit their mold, the White House sought nominations from across the country. The pick was made by the Republican leaders in the USA's district, usually that state's Republican Senator. If the GOP didn't have a Senator in power there, whoever was the GOP honcho there got to make the pick.
In accordance with that process, the Republican Speaker of the House in Guam nominated a local named Leonardo Rapadas to fill the position in December of 2001. With the help of a Republican lobbyist named Fred Radewagen, Guam's Speaker made sure that the White House knew that Rapadas was the man for the job.
The nomination and vetting process -- which was established to run through dozens and dozens of picks, rolled on from there. Rapadas was really the only serious candidate, and after the FBI's background check was finally completed in November 2002, he was announced as the nominee.
So why didn't Black make the list? The Speaker told the IG that he'd wanted a local to fill the position. But the real explanation is that Black just had too many enemies on the islands.

And here's where Jack Abramoff comes in. Apparently Guam is so corrupt that Abramoff got along swimmingly with the Democratic governor there, Carl Gutierrez. And Gutierrez wanted Black gone because Black was conducting a massive investigation of Gutierrez's administration

Here is the timeline and 41 page report.

4:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

That is why Al that you are getting the blacklash from bloggers. It is amazing how pathetic you are as a person to advertise on this blog your body part! And you represent a liberal or a conservative? How sad! This is certainly showing the lady bloggers how much you are a joke on this blog, conservative or not! And the entire DOJ office that read your pathetic comments on Fitz' blog (and they do read especially your comments) know that you are the joke in the office!

4:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

SPB, you break my heart. You also show that you don't read all the post here. The subject of my Johnson size was first introduced by your fellow bloggers. What the size of my penis has to do with anything is beyond me but some of your fellow partisans seem to have an eerie obsession with pecker size.

" The troll has no balls said...

Again the Troll shows the World it has Penis Envy from Mann Coulter."

5:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

" Trolls die a horrible death said...

The Repulsive Troll continues to lick GOP Ass and Balls.

Go Figure. "

"This is the blogger that need reigning in."

5:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"This is certainly showing the lady bloggers how much you are a joke on this blog, conservative or not! And the entire DOJ office that read your pathetic comments on Fitz' blog (and they do read especially your comments) know that you are the joke in the office!"

SPB, cry me a river. The Fitz bloggers, have threatened my life and continue to make crude remarks about my pecker size. Question of the day, who among you have seen my Dick?

5:18 PM  
Anonymous trolls are crybabies said...

The Whinning Troll has no balls.

Na Na Na Na Na!!!

Cry Baby!!!

5:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does the word hypocrite ring a bell SPB? YOu certainly are one.

5:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trolls continue to RULE!!!

5:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this the Fitz Blog or the blog for the Trolls?

5:26 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

SPB, you break my heart Such a cry baby and the joke on this blog.. So sad.. Ain't life grand? Like I said small minds for small people. Once again, thank you tiny Al for your comments! Moving on...

1.NY Post accuses Ann Coulter of plagiarism

copycat Coulter

2.Bush reportedly decided to spy on your phone records BEFORE September 11

The U.S. National Security Agency asked AT&T Inc. to help it set up a domestic call monitoring site seven months before the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks, lawyers claimed June 23 in court papers filed in New York federal court....

``The Bush Administration asserted this became necessary after 9/11,'' plaintiff's lawyer Carl Mayer said in a telephone interview. ``This undermines that assertion.''

3.Hey, Associated Press, did Dick Cheney pay for his NASCAR tickets?

AP didn't bother inquiring in today's story whether Dick Cheney paid for his VIP access to the NASCAR race

”We also find out in the article that earlier this year Cheney threw "out the first pitch at the Washington Nationals home opener." Did Cheney pay for the chance to attend that game?

Or doesn't the Associated Press go after Republicans? Stay tuned.

PS Does NASCAR ever invite Democrats to any of these things? It seems all I ever hear about is Republicans starting these races”

5:35 PM  
Anonymous Rove will not testify said...


Fitz has told Walton and Libby's attorney's that he will not be calling Rove as a witness in Libby's trial.

This was in response to their discovery request for evidence from Rove's notes and testimony

5:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can handle being the joke of this blog because this blog is a joke.

5:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Republicans are more use to winning races than Democrats.

5:42 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Rove will not testify:

And do you have the evidence to present or back up that fact? Just want to know from a lawyer's perspective...

5:47 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Wow, there are a lot of people who need to grow up here. We need former Surgeon General Joslyn Elders to find something for the trolls to do. Until then, just ignore them.

Did anyone else catch "Meet the Press" this morning? I thought there were some really rude men on it this morning. Andrea Mitchell had to take a lot of crap that those boys would not have given to Tim Russert.

Thanks for checking on Illinois AG Madigan, SPB. I thought she had a really thin resume. But, I believe she is going to be re-elected in November. Rumor has it that she has actually never done anything inside a courtroom, she pushed paper at the law firm.

Hmmm, maybe when Fitz decides to go into 'retirement' he can go work as the U.S. Prosecutor of the Northern Marianas and Guam. Except for an occasional typhoon, there's nothing like having a job in paradise.

5:52 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

OMG! Have you guys EVER seen a baby bunny swim? LOL! He fell in my pool and the poor thing was swimming so hard and fast...I thought he was going to have a heart attack! Finally, we got him out with the pool net! Then he went running off so fast and leaping about 4 ft sprints! LOL!!

Basheert: Have you ever had a baby bunny fall in your pool?

5:57 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Night Owl,

I only heard part of Meet the Press this morning.. Pretty brutal at times..

Hmmm. Amy Madigan's thin resume? From looking at the Gerbil and company's base in the WH, many of them in their jobs have thin resume or some with no experience. We have "borrowed time" Cheney that got 5 deferrments in the service. Rummy never served in the military. And of course, the bottle-in-chief was drunk in the service. But, it is a shame of seeing so many public figures who don't have the background or no experiences in their position. And I certainly would not assign clients to Ms. Madigan! And it interesting reading about Frederick Black.. It sounds like a novel...

6:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am so disappointed in people like the troll making yet another appearance on this blog. He adds nothing to the discussion of proffers or anything else.
Obviously he cannot imagine how he sounds to other people. Obviously he does not get that he sounds so infantile. He can't participate in an adult way. So, he comes here to throw a tantrum. You would think he would profit by being a fly on the wall. But he's as disruptive as a demanding child. He actually has not added anything substantial. No one wants to hear him carry on about Coulter. Even she would be hard pressed to tolerate him as a man. No brains, no heart, no guts. I imagine even the GOP would keep him out of adult or sensitive discussions.
The need for attention--even negative attention-- is disruptive, but I figure that's all he knows.
To me it's a sad thing when guys get stuck being labeled as immature children. Many do. Don't match energy with him. Keep seniority in your space.

MS in Indiana

6:16 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Speaking of problems, this is sad to hear about:

FBI losing senior agents to private sector

6:17 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

SPB--Thanks for the link to the Coulter plagiarism article. Now, there have been some books pulled recently after plagiarism findings, so let's see what happens next.

BTW--What the heck is she wearing? Her pants and shirt are too short so she can show her underwear? And, what's with the push-up bra? That ain't all her. I hope she did not spend a whole pile of money for that cheap-looking outfit. She looks like she picked up those clothes at Wal-mart, off the rack. Someone needs to put her on some worst dressed list. I've seen better dressed guests on "The Jerry Springer Show." No wonder I always think of that show when I see her.

6:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

She looks like she picked up those clothes at Wal-mart, off the rack. Someone needs to put her on some worst dressed list. Maybe you should ask the lady bloggers how Ann looks. I'm no fashion police but Coulter is not my type of lass, cheap clothes or not! I don't date women on meds nor have a screw loose! Yes, it will be interesting what happens next with her plagarism findings in her book.

6:34 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

As we all know, clothes don't make the person. Just look at some of the crooks in D.C. They may dress fine but look how they got those clothes! Fraud, conspiracy, money laundering, perjury, lies, deceiving the taxpayers, etc.

As far as Coulter goes, I just think her personality reeks of evil and every word out of her mouth is evil!!

6:56 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Sorry SPB, sometimes I ask questions which are not really questions, they are criticisms. Do not feel obligated to critique Coulter's fake and cheap-looking wardrobe. ;-)

What I was getting at is part of 'her' writing is fake because plagiarism is stealing, and her appearance is fake, too.

7:00 PM  
Anonymous just say no to fascism said...

Mann Coulter is a no talent meth addled coke snorting whore. (I'm really holding back here!)

And Mann Coulter is no Christian either!

The Church would never let anything so foul inside!

7:02 PM  
Anonymous marcus welby said...


I think that we need the Surgeon General to remove the Troll from this blog.

It (Troll) is only a cancerous tumor that needs cut out.

If it doesn't get cut out, the cancer will spread.

7:05 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

What I was getting at is part of 'her' writing is fake because plagiarism is stealing, and her appearance is fake, too. I agree Night Owl. Her book has no class and neither does she!

just say no to fascism: As I said to Night Owl, Coulter has no class.. She is no different from a hooker!

7:10 PM  
Anonymous Dr. Richard Kimble said...

marcus welby:

We certainly need an Surgeon General to eliminate the troll! Trolls are hazardous to the bloggers! We certainly need to hose out trolls like Al becuase this blog is getting polluted with crapola from him. Maybe we should give a yell at for the one-arm man to eliminate the troll!

7:17 PM  
Anonymous marcus welby said...

Dr Kimble at 8:17

You got it!!
Call the one-armed man!

7:20 PM  
Anonymous Dr. McDreamy said...

Doctors Welby and Kimble:

I agree too!

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