Jul 9, 2006

Grover It's Over..!


Anonymous t said...

Grover said:
And he says he has never violated his small-government principles to raise a buck

This Grover makes a lot more sense and is way better looking

9:29 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yup. Grover is next on the chalk list. He has joined the list with Cunningam, Wilkes, Wade, Lewis, Ney, etc. And with Norquist's words of war with McCain, one wonders what dirty laundry McCain doesn't want to come out! Let's not forget Norquist and Rove connection.. More and more Abramoff connection are coming out.

9:37 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

"Red Rover, Red Rover, send Grover right over"...

Hola, Justice Bloggers...

So many crooks...
so few prosecutors...

I think Fitzie needs a break from Chicago...there is so much to do in DC...

But then he probably really needs a vacation from all of the corruption...

Go Team Fitzie...you are the greatest!

Good night all...

9:46 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Geez, Grover's beard needs to go. Abramhoff needs to lose the 'secret agent man' look, too. They do not allow that stuff in prison.


10:08 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Chimpcoulter don't worry Fitz will get that vacation but he's always finished what he started. He gets his teeth into these cases and want let go until its completed. I do worry about him but I trust he know when to take a brake. When your as dedicated to justice and fighting evildoers it takes time. We on the blog only have to wait for answers but Fitz and his team are the workings. As it goes now so many criminal acts are coming to light there will be more cases to come.

10:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jackie, you're probably right. PJF is unraveling so many cases of corruption that it'll be a long time before he has time to get on the blog.

10:38 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

And, the house of cards continues to fall!! :)

10:55 PM  
Anonymous NO MORE LIES said...


Site for news and films that debunk the lies.

11:21 PM  
Anonymous Poor Widdle Annie said...

Ann's losing it:

What's up with Coulter lately? On Friday, 7/7, she called in late for a radio interview prompting Adam Corolla to hang up on Her Highness. Tonight she didn't show up at all for a scheduled appearance on Big Story Primetime. Julie Banderas sounding perplexed told viewers that Coulter was supposed to appear but " somehow we lost her." Was it simply a technical glitch or something else keeping the best selling suspected plagerist from meeting her obligations?

Colter No Show

and yesterday's story:

someone finally gave Ann Coulter the treatment she deserves. Coulter, who was supposed to appear on Adam Carolla's radio show, called in late and told Carolla arrogantly that she was "really tight on time". Carolla responded by saying "All right, well get lost" and then hung up on her mid-sentence.


11:57 PM  
Blogger elees said...

Up to their eyeballs
in poop

1:11 AM  
Anonymous Ann said...

Al was waiting for his appointment and I was still busy with Grover in my Dominatrix Dungeon!!!

Alright already!?

5:12 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Top of the morning Justice Bloggers,

Hey can't Grover be charged with attempting to overthrow the government-the real one, that is?

C'mon Fitz, like Nike said "just do it!"

New study by Cato I'm reading on the way to DC today. Called "Power Surge-The Constitutional Record of George W. Bush" by Gene Healy and Timothy Lynch

From what I glossed over-they have him nailed. Big hug to conservative Cato...

6:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ann Coulter RULES!!!! No new target letters, no new indictments and no black mondays for Neocons. Ain't life grand?

6:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The publisher of Coulter’s book, Random House’s Crown imprint, has reviewed the plagiarism allegations and has found them to be baseless.

"We have reviewed the allegations of plagiarism surrounding ‘Godless’ and found them to be as trivial and meritless as they are irresponsible," said Steve Ross, Senior Vice President and Publisher of Crown Publishing Group.

Ross continued: "Any author is entitled to do what Ann Coulter has done in the three snippets cited: research and report facts. The number of words used by our author in these snippets is so minimal that there is no requirement for attribution. As an experienced author and attorney, Ms. Coulter knows when attribution is appropriate, as underscored by the nineteen pages of hundreds of endnotes contained in ‘Godless.’”

In the weeks after "Godless” came out, leftwing blogs began making claims that Coulter had engaged in plagiarism.

Apparently prompted by these reports, the New York Post asked a California firm to review Coulter’s writings with its iThenticate software, a program the checks databases to uncover plagiarism.

The syndicator of Coulter’s newspaper column, Universal Press Syndicate, is also investigating claims of plagiarism and should have a report out this coming week. Universal Press Syndicate has been under pressure for some time from liberal journalists and publications like Editor & Publisher to drop Coutler’s column.

7:09 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

White House kept "major program" secret

"The Bush administration was running several intelligence programs, including one major activity, that it kept secret from Congress until whistle-blowers told the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee...

Rep. Pete Hoekstra, a Michigan Republican who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, said on Fox News Sunday he had written a four-page to President George W. Bush in May warning him that the failure to disclose the intelligence activities to Congress may be a violation of the law.

In doing so, he confirmed a story that first ran in Sunday editions of the New York Times.

"I take it very, very seriously otherwise I would not have written the letter to the president," Hoekstra said...

...In the letter, Hoekstra said the lack of disclosure possibly constituted a "breach of responsibility by the administration, a violation of the law, and, just as importantly, a direct affront to me and the members of this committee who have so ardently supported efforts to collect information on our enemies."

Okay, we already knew Dumbya was a crook, now do we have enough crimes and misdemeanors to Impreach his @ss...

Good Morning Justice Bloggers...

7:19 AM  
Anonymous Krispy Kremes said...

FBI plans new Net-tapping push

by Declan McCullagh
Staff Writer, CNET News.com
Published: July 7, 2006, 6:47 PM PDT


al-Qaida says:

Sen. Mike DeWine ROCKS. He's the MAN!

7:25 AM  
Anonymous Krispy Kremes said...

al-Qaida's Dream Team:


Don't close our accounts. We can't fund you, your supporters and your administration then.

7:36 AM  
Blogger elees said...


found on firedoglake

I love the purple jacket

7:56 AM  
Blogger jan said...


Thanks for the link- Fitz is sooo HOTTT!


8:03 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

From elees' link on firedoglake:

"Mary Fitzgerald recalls her famous nephew as well mannered and a little mischievous as a young boy."

Tell me it isn't so? LMAO -- thanks elees, enjoyed the pics of one intense and "hot" prosecutor...

I hope he has a good woman to keep him out of mischief...

I need his prosecutorial skills to make my dreams come true...yes, I must be a geek...

What a beautiful place Ireland is...

8:20 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

more details on krispy kremes' post and link from rawstory about:

FBI plans new Net-tapping push

Breaking the legislation down
The 27-page proposed CALEA amendments seen by CNET News.com would:

• Require any manufacturer of "routing" and "addressing" hardware to offer upgrades or other "modifications" that are needed to support Internet wiretapping. Current law does require that of telephone switch manufacturers--but not makers of routers and network address translation hardware like Cisco Systems and 2Wire.

• Authorize the expansion of wiretapping requirements to "commercial" Internet services including instant messaging if the FCC deems it to be in the "public interest." That would likely sweep in services such as in-game chats offered by Microsoft's Xbox 360 gaming system as well.

• Force Internet service providers to sift through their customers' communications to identify, for instance, only VoIP calls. (The language requires companies to adhere to "processing or filtering methods or procedures applied by a law enforcement agency.") That means police could simply ask broadband providers like AT&T, Comcast or Verizon for wiretap info--instead of having to figure out what VoIP service was being used.

• Eliminate the current legal requirement saying the Justice Department must publish a public "notice of the actual number of communications interceptions" every year. That notice currently also must disclose the "maximum capacity" required to accommodate all of the legally authorized taps that government agencies will "conduct and use simultaneously."

This is a Big One -- we will no longer have ANY privacy on the Internet...and there is no doubt that there will be people that will abuse the "wiretapping" abilities for their own gain or to monitor government dissenters etc...

Also, they are eliminating any reporting on wiretap activity to the public...NO oversight...Big Brother is here to stay...
Very scary...

8:59 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Good riddance!

Most Wanted in Russia Killed

He was a bad, bad man. He did know where OBL was hiding, though.

9:04 AM  
Anonymous ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

NYT: Santorum remains 'most endangered Senate incumbent in the country'

Rick Santorum "remains the most endangered Senate incumbent in the country," according to an article slated for the front page of Monday's New York Times, RAW STORY has found.

To explain his low polling, Santorum tells the Times that he believes that many voters confusingly think his Democratic opponent is actually his belated father, a former Pennsylvania governor.

"The triumphant days of 1994 must seem a long, long time ago for Sen. Rick Santorum," writes Robin Toner for the Times.

Read about Grover yesterday, looking forward to the indictment!
And Rick SantoRectum has gone insane if he really thinks that voters are really confused about this. This made me laugh on a Monday morning.

9:22 AM  
Blogger teak said...

'The Early Show' and Harry Smith along with CBS have become pimps for BushCo. promoting the Iraq War. Now they are back to 9/11, Iraq and Saddam being the root of all evil. The "key to democracy" in the Arab world was Iraq? Really.



Condi's boy.

9:35 AM  
Anonymous tom i'm running again delay said...

Fire up those Diebold machines...
Call GOP Marketplace...
Ken Mehlman, Let's roll...

9:42 AM  
Anonymous nick lampson said...

Tom DeLay' gonna lose big!

9:52 AM  
Anonymous Karl's gimmick said...


9:59 AM  
Anonymous Hamdan HankyPanky said...

Senatorial Scam on Hamdan.

Senators Graham and Kyl manufactured a dialog and had it posted in the Congressional Records. They then tried to pass it off as legislative background for a brief to the Supreme Court in the Hamdan case.

"Absent this bogus colloquy, there was actually no dispute throughout the deliberation of the Graham-Levin-Kyl language in the House or Senate...."

"Hamdan's lawyers, however, spotted the hoax. They advised the Court that the supposedly conflicting legislative history was entirely invented after the fact, and that it consisted of "a single scripted colloquy that never actually took place...."

"Out of an apparent concern for interbranch comity, the High Court has chosen to ignore the bogus brief filed by Senators Graham and Kyl, rather than reprimanding the Senators. Nevertheless, when Graham and Kyl sought to file the very same brief, a month later, with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columba, Slate's Emily Bazelon reports that court "issued an unusual order rejecting" their amicus brief alone, although they accepted five others.

No one familiar with this remarkable behavior by Graham and Kyl can doubt why the court did not want to hear from these senators."

from Findlaw


Knowingly filing false information with a court is grounds for disbarment in my state, and I would be very surprised if Arizona and South Carolina didn’t have the same standards — this sort of behavior skews the entire legal process and it cannot be tolerated. Period.

I cannot emphasize enough how much this is NOT done as an attorney, and how it clouds every single thing you ever do from that point forward. No judge, anywhere, is going to believe anything either man ever does or files after this without triple checking it. And when you don’t have your integrity and your honesty as an attorney, you are useless to your clients over the long run.

11:13 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

top of the morning
Thanks E for the link I think the Patrick Fitzgerald I know can be summed up with this phrase:

famous nephew as well mannered and a little mischievous as a young boy.
Age hasn't changed a think about him. At lease that's what I think anyway.

11:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

elees: It was interesting to read the article and see the nice pictures of PJF. He'll probably be well kown worldwide before all this is over.

6:05 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Hell yeah Fitz!!

Its time for Grover to go Rover right over and be indicted!


3:55 PM  

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