Jul 8, 2006

Have Some Fun...

by taking a stroll down TV memory lane.

It is uncanny how FOX News and The Outer Limits theme/intro seem to jive perfectly...

111 Comments:

Anonymous Faux News said...

"There is nothing wrong with your television set; do not attempt to adjust the picture. We are controlling transmission...sit quietly and we will control all that you see and hear."

Dont' worry there are plenty of "Tony I Don't Know Snows" to replace...

Enjoy your preprogrammed day...

12:55 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Thanks for letting me go down memory lane I needed that. Sometimes I get so caught up in a topic I know I have to calm down. But so things just push my bottoms and I'm off and running. This posting is a relaxing one and bring good memories.

2:34 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Certainly does bring back memories!

2:45 PM  
Anonymous Dumbya said...

My ethics are the Outer Limits...

When CondiSleazey and I party...We are the Twilight Zone...

And Faux news loves me...scooby dooby do..

4:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Thanks for the memory lane. I wish that those shows can back to T.V. and replace of the lame brain shows that are currently on television. I would love to see the T.V. show, Wonder Woman.. Loved that Linda Carter in her outfit!

8:10 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

More in the news:

America blog:

Patriotism vs. Nationalism
by John in DC - 7/08/2006 03:33:00 PM

Too many people — in every country — think nationalism and patriotism are the same thing. They’re not; they’re completely different.

Orwell defined patriotism as “devotion to a particular place and a particular way of life, which one believes to be the best in the world but has no wish to force upon other people.” Can’t argue with that.

The subtitle of this article is “The greatness of the United States is unique—and not a model to be exported by narrow-minded nationalists.”

According to Orwell, nationalism is the habit of identifying oneself with a single nation or an idea, and “placing it beyond good and evil and recognizing no other duty than that of advancing its interests.” In other words nationalism doesn’t have to be based on a country. This same fanaticism can be applied to any “ism”: Communism, Neo-Conservatism, Fundamentalism (of any religion), you name it. Whether it’s based on a country or an “ism,” nationalism always has that combination of blind zeal and indifference to reality.

In nationalism, thoughts “always turn on victories, defeats, triumphs and humiliations. … Nationalism is power-hunger tempered by self-deception.” And this self-deception leads to disastrous miscalculations based on wishful thinking rather than facts.



Thinkprogress:

Key ally suggests Bush administration broke the law.

Rep. Peter Hoekstra (R-MI) says “the administration might have violated the law by failing to inform Congress of some secret intelligence programs.” Hoekstra is usually one of the administration’s most reliable supporters on intelligence matters.

Protest in Chicago for the Gerbil:

CHICAGO | With President Bush across the street, a handful of Northwest Indiana residents joined about 400 people Friday to protest the war in Iraq and many other causes.

http://www.michaelmoore.com/words/latestnews/index.php?id=7472


NYT Frank Rich: Wall Street Journal editorial page aids Bush's attacks on the press

8:48 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

He Was Hot

8:58 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hmmm..I wonder.. From Wayne Madsen Report:

However, another Bush "phoenix" would arise from the ashes of Enron. Northern Trust, a Chicago-based multinational financial firm, would assume control of Enron's pension plans, employee savings accounts, 401Ks, and Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA) funds. After Enron's bankruptcy in 2002, Northern Trust and Enron's principals (including Ken Lay, Jeffrey Skilling, Andy Fastow, Lou Pai, and Cliff Baxter (who supposedly committed suicide before his appearance before a grand jury as a star witness for the government) were sued in the Houston U.S. District Court by ex-Enron employees.

Now, here is where we go full circle back to Bush and Florida. According to IRS Form 8872, filed by the Americans for Free Speech, a GOP Political Action Committee (PAC) located at 2020 Pennsylvania Ave. in Washington, DC, between Aug. 8, 2004 and September 30, 2004 -- right in the middle of the presidential election campaign between George W. Bush and John Kerry, affiliated PACs, including Americans for Jobs, Families for Conservative Values [also located at 2020 Pennsylvania Ave.], and Taxpayers for Conservative Government and Floridians for Conservative Values [both located in Tallahassee, Florida] contributed a little less than $1 million to Americans for Free Speech. The Americans for Free Speech laundered the money to other right-wing political committees [South Florida Community Council in Coral Gables; People for Fairness and Equality and Citizens for Safer Streets in Tallahassee; and Alliance for Protecting Seniors in Washington, DC] which, in turn, made contributions to various candidates, mostly Republicans but also a few Democrats. One of these recipients was Stephen Meadows, a Democrat, but the Bush family's hand picked successor to Florida State Attorney Jim Appleman in the 14th Judicial District of Florida. Meadows would continue to look out for the interests of the Bushes in the Florida Panhandle as Appleman had for the Iran-Contra and S&L frauds. The Americans for Free Speech also listed an interesting recipient of its expenditures: a Northern Trust office in North Palm Beach, Florida received payment for handling the money wires from and to the GOP PACs.


IRS Form 8872



On April 18, 2005, The Chicago Tribune ran a story on George W. Bush's 2004 Federal Income Tax Return. Bush listed his address as: Post Office Box 803968, Chicago, Illinois, 60680. The post office box is the downtown post office box of -- Northern Trust -- the financial group that held Enron's pension and other financial assets. It is also the holding company that maintains George W. Bush's blind trust. Bush money, Enron money, GOP right-wing PAC money, and God only knows what covert action funds, all handled by the same company. It does sound all so familiar. Enron is dead and so is Ken Lay. Long live the new Bush slush fund -- Northern Trust. The question remains. What did Ken Lay know about Northern Trust? One can assume plenty. For the Bushes, its better that one dead man is now in a position to keep their secrets.

9:14 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Hmm...makes one wonder if Bush made a trip to Chicago recently to see someone at Northern Trust...following Ken Lay's death?!

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

Neocon Monopoly

9:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Fitz,

"This caught my eye in the NY Times. The Gerbil endorsed you, Fitz?

The president also gave an endorsement of sorts to Patrick J. Fitzgerald, the special prosecutor who handled a leak investigation involving Karl Rove, Mr. Bush's chief political adviser.
Mr. Bush said Mr. Fitzgerald, who is also the United States attorney in Chicago, had done a "very professional job" in handling the leak investigation, which resulted in the indictment of I. Lewis Libby Jr., the former chief of staff to Vice President Dick Cheney. Mr. Rove was not indicted."


http://www.nytimes.com/2006/07/08/washington/08bush.html?ex=1152504000&en=6cf98679670f98ef&ei=5087%0A

You need to remind the Obstruction of Justice-In-Chief that you are still going to nail his ass!

10:00 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

RE: Bush Secrets / Ken Lay

Dead men can't talk, but some believe their spirits can haunt the living. There are many un-explained occurrences of evidence turning up in strange places after a murder.

10:24 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Fitz:
I hope you're having a nice weekend!

SPB:
Have you been working again today?

10:29 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yes, S-Q!

Just a busy day...

10:41 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

A replica of the Gerbil's stolen elections. From Thinkprogress:

Mexican presidential candidate claims vote was rigged.
“Lopez Obrador ignited the smoldering emotions of his followers Saturday morning, alleging for the first time that Mexico’s electoral commission had rigged its computers before the July 2 election to ensure the half-percentage-point victory of Felipe Calderon.”

10:45 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

So, DeLay says he isn't going to retire! LOL

11:03 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Yes, SPB, Lopez Obrador is requesting the 41 million votes be recounted!

“We are going to ask that they clean up the elections. We are going to ask that they count all the votes — vote-by-vote, poll-by-poll,” Lopez Obrador said to wide applause.

11:09 PM  
Anonymous t said...

911 Everybody's Gotta Learn Sometime

1 hr film- things I had not heard-highjacker Mohammud Atta was a frequent guest at the Cruise lines in part owned by Ambramoff-another amazing Bushworld coincidence.

12:47 AM  
Anonymous slingbalde said...

Ah'm steel messed up from that thar Boosh Girly Man pikture.

Fer the first tyme in muh life...

Dang! I wood not lihke ta nail that!

1:15 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

For Teak:

GOP Kansas candidates are switching to Democrats

2:13 AM  
Anonymous The Latest from POGO.org said...

PLEASE DISEMINATE WIDELY

The GAO's Nuke Smugglin'
The Government Accountability Office (GAO) testified today (pdf) on its undercover investigation where it smuggled radioactive materials, suitable for making dirty bombs, across the border. The good news: the radiation portals detected the material the investigators were trying to smuggle. The bad: Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents "never questioned the authenticity of the investigators’ counterfeit bill of lading or the counterfeit NRC document authorizing them to receive, acquire, possess, and transfer radioactive sources."

5:34 AM  
Blogger elees said...

Clinton addresses nation's newest problems
Troy Hooper - Aspen Daily News Staff Writer
Print This Page | Send As Email


Fri 07/07/2006 10:01PM MST

Back in Aspen, former President Bill Clinton sounded off on a multitude of problems confronting the nation Friday that included disease, destruction and Karl Rove.

As for Rove, who is scheduled to speak at the Aspen Institute on Sunday, Clinton didn't hold back when Atlantic Monthly national correspondent James Fallows asked him what one question he would ask President Bush's highly controversial political operative.

Always the overachiever, Clinton didn't invent just one question he would ask Rove, he came up with three. The 42nd president said he most wanted to know what Rove would do had Clinton's senior advisor blown the cover of a CIA agent who happened to be married to the man who refused to falsify findings about nuclear transactions taking place between Niger and Iraq (see Valerie Plame). And he openly wondered whether Rove would instruct Republican congressmen to call a White House official who would do such a thing a traitor. Lastly, Clinton wanted to know why it is that, if the Bush administration is as concerned with national security as it claims, why it would spend 20 times the amount of money it would take to shore up gaps in port security to repeal the estate tax for the nation's elite, which consists of less than one percent of the population.

Speaking to the first question he'd ask Rove, Clinton said; "I wouldn't be the least bit surprised if he'd say that's exactly what I'd ask (Congress) to do, and I don't know why they didn't. I mean this guy is good. You don't understand this strip of the Republican party that controls everything basically," Clinton said. "These people are all white Protestant males. They don't do anything that surprises me. I've seen this my whole life."

7:17 AM  
Blogger teak said...

Thanks, SPB for the link.

http://www.commongroundcommonsense.org
/forums/lofiversion/index.php/
t40791.html

This is a good read about the AG race that will be going on in Kansas. Morrison changed to Democrat..Phil Kline, the present AG is NUTS. Long story but enough to sound a momma's red alert system.

Morrison has tried several national cases where Kline, I heard, had tried zilch.

9:57 AM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

UK Gov suppressed Craig Murray information

10:06 AM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

SPB 9:48 PM

Patriotism vs. Nationalism
images: Semi-finalist

10:25 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Hello All,

e makes the time under Clinton seem like the "golden years" of US productivity.
He did a lot of good things for higher education too-and women's rights. Hard to believe how fast gerbil and friends have turned back the clock.
Hope you all will send us "positive thoughts" as we take on the House next week in our demands for them to come clean about the war, occupation and false intel they used...
And Fitz, an indictment would be really nice, call me if ya need somebody to type it-I'm sure anyone of us would volunteer if that's what the hold up is ;-)

11:22 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Bruce Springsteen Bring 'Em Home

11:31 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Top of the morning
Everyday something new. Now Brit Hume was the US to attack North Korea. I think he was Tony Snow's job. The US has invaded countries based on lies, if we attack North Korea it will be a world war and the US will have little to no help as the world will not want to be in the middle. Where will we get the troops? North Korea has 1 billion man military we have little to none. I guess Americans who support a crazy sick leader like Bush don't mine Bush drafting teens to die for his stupidity. Iraq is worse off now then it was when we invaded. The Iraq Defense is killing innocent woman and children. Our troops are trained to kill first ask questions later. The US has drafted KKK members who are now training our troops to kill based on color. We don't know how many of our soldiers were killed by our own troops, mishaps, faulty equipment or how many more cases of innocent Iraq people were killed by our soldiers. There are 5 investigation going on now and more to come. Who is fighting who and why?

11:55 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

GOP Senator Orrin Hatch, possible Supreme Court nominee, gets drug smuggler off the hook

Smuggler off the hook

12:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am sure that is why we all have brains so we can be manipulated and told how to think, feel and act...by people who mock our morals, values and common sense.

1:00 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

It seems power, money and greed define their morals and values!! While they claim they are Christians with morals and values! Please, this is an insult to my intelligence!

1:25 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening!

Happy Sunday!


Dream Soldier:

Vielen Dank!
A point well taken!

1:34 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Condi has competition!!

True Love

2:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jusice Bloggers, you probably saw the letter from Hoeksta to Bush that was publishe by Raw Story yesterday.

Did you catch this paragraph?

"There has been much public and private speculation about the politicization of the Agency. I am convinced that this politicization was underway well before Porter Goss became the Director. In fact, I have been long concerned that a strong and well-positioned group within the Agency intentionally undermined the Administration and its policies. This argument is supported by the Ambassador Wilson/Valerie Plame events, as well as by the string of unauthorized disclosures from an organization that prides itself with being able to keep secrets. I have come to the belief that, despite his service to the DO, Mr. Kappes may have been part of this group."

Emptywheel says:

"Hoekstra isn't worried about the Vice President and his sidekick Scooter strong-arming analysts to falsify intelligence to justify a war. Quite the contrary. Hoekstra mentions the Plame Affair as proof of politicization, implying that Wilson's exposure of the Administration's use of discredited intelligence counts as politicization. And he suggests the unauthorized leaks before the war--those professionals trying to alert Congress and the public that the intelligence didn't support Administration claims--are more politicization. Hoekstra, you see, means something different by the term politicization than we do. Politicization, to Peter Hoekstra, is anything that undermines attempts to disinform the public about justifications for the Iraq war."

The Next Hurrah

Yup, that's how it seems to me, too.

2:09 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

In the news:

Way to go, Al Gore!

"An Inconvenient Truth," the documentary based on former Vice President Al Gore's campaign to raise awareness of global warming, is now fourth-highest grossing documentary in the US market, according to figures compiled by boxofficemojo.com.
The Gore movie passed "Madonna: Truth or Dare" to reach the No. 4 spot this weekend. It has grossed just over $15 million in the United States, boxofficemojo.com estimated.



A Gerbil moment:

The president could probably learn a few things

Yesterday, Bush held a rare solo press conference in Chicago's Museum of Science and Industry. A few hours later, at a fundraiser for Illinois gubernatorial candidate Judy Baar Topinka, the president mentioned how much he liked the museum.
"By the way, if you go to the Science Museum, take your kids, it is a special place. I know there are some members of the board who are here — it is really great. And I'm looking forward to shedding my entourage one of these days and spending a little quality time there at the museum."
You know, that's a great idea (not shedding the entourage; spending time at the museum). In fact, I checked out the museum's website this morning and found that one of the lead exhibits, right now, is about "evolution in action."
So, Mr. President, go right ahead and spend as much "quality time" at the Museum of Science and Industry as you can. There might even be an exhibit on global warming in there somewhere….

2:09 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Anon,

You will see more and more GOP officals like Hoekstra to speak out against the President. But, this is more of speaking out on this hot topic becausethis topic is on the lips of the people in Hoekstra's state.. It is mote like the survival of the fittest with the GOPs. Many of them like Hoekstra are looking at their jobs to stay in office! And if that means that they need to speak out against the President to save their jobs, some of the GOPs will do that!

2:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ann Coulter is the WOMAN!!!! Al Rogers/Rodgers has the hots for Ann.

2:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No new target letters, no new indictments, no black sundays for Neocons. It doesn't get much better than this.

2:46 PM  
Anonymous target letter for the troll Al said...

No new target letters, no new indictments, no black sundays for Neocons. It doesn't get much better than this.

2:51 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Progressive Bumper Stickers

3:01 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well,

I guess the unemployed troll, Al is back!

In other news, from Raw Story:

Hereis an excerpt from Time Magazine:

Pre-emptive war, unilateral action, black-and-white phrasings -- these trappings of "cowboy diplomacy" -- are being replaced by a humbler, more traditional approach.
The reason: The belligerence, most in evidence in the US-led invasion of Iraq, hasn't worked as hoped.
Excerpts from the article by Mike Allen and Romesh Ratnesar:
So what happened? The most obvious answer is that the Bush Doctrine foundered in the principal place the U.S. tried to apply it. Though no one in the White House openly questions Bush's decision to go to war in Iraq, some aides now acknowledge that it has come at a steep cost in military resources, public support and credibility abroad. The Administration is paying the bill every day as it tries to cope with other crises. Pursuing the forward-leaning foreign policy envisioned in the Bush Doctrine is nearly impossible at a time when the U.S. is trying to figure out how to extricate itself from Iraq. Around the world, both the U.S.'s friends and its adversaries are taking note—and in many cases, taking advantage—of the strains on the superpower. If the toppling of Saddam Hussein marked the high-water mark of U.S. hegemony, the past three years have witnessed a steady erosion in Washington's ability to bend the world to its will.
...
A strategic makeover is evident in the ascendancy of Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who has tried to repair the Administration's relations with allies and has persuaded Bush to join multilateral negotiations aimed at defusing the standoffs with North Korea and Iran. By training and temperament, Rice is a foreign policy realist, less inclined to the moralizing approach of the neoconservatives who dominated Bush's War Cabinet in the first term. Her push for pragmatism has rubbed off on hawks like Vice President Dick Cheney, the primary intellectual force behind Bush's post-9/11 policies. "There's a move, even by Cheney, toward the Kissingerian approach of focusing entirely on vital interests," says a presidential adviser. "It's a more focused foreign policy that is driven by realism and less by ideology."
...
If Bush hopes to salvage a more popular, less contested legacy, he needs to commit himself to something big and attainable beyond Iraq—a strategic rapprochement with Iran, perhaps, or a Marshall Plan for African development—and bring allies on board for the ride. Of course, the longing for a foreign policy legacy is common to all lame-duck Presidents; more often than not, such quests have ended in disappointment. Bush may still be able to avoid that fate, but he's running out of time.

3:02 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q,

Lol! that was a great pic! I had to laugh at the bumperstickers of Bush and Cheney: no child left a dime! That was too funny!

3:06 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
Yeah, that is a good one! I really like this bumper sticker too and I think I am going to order this & the one you mentioned:

In 1776, Liberals Fought For Independence While Conservatives Wore Red Coats

3:11 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

They do have several good bumper stickers:

If Bush could talk
He would be lying

FOX NEWS - We'll Make You Dumb & Mean

REPUBLICANS - Good At Graft - Bad At Governing

3:37 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

More in the news:

Whistleblowers informed GOP House intel chairman about programs Bush didn't brief Congress on


And:

Gerbil asks Senate to raise science spending. Another pet project!

3:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I just watched the World Cup! Italy won! France gave it all! And speaking of Clinton, Clinton was at the World Cup finals.. I didn't see any protest and anyone up and arms about him! And we know that the Gerbil wasn't going to attend that sports event. His interest is either football, baseball, and the bottle (can't forget that!)!

3:53 PM  
Anonymous i hate gop trolls said...

Powerful GOP Activist Sees His Influence Slip Over Abramoff Dealings

By Jonathan Weisman
Washington Post Staff Writer
Sunday, July 9, 2006; Page A01

For more than a decade, Grover G. Norquist has been at the nexus of conservative activism in Washington, becoming a Bush administration insider whose weekly strategy sessions at his Americans for Tax Reform have drawn ever-larger crowds of lawmakers, lobbyists and even White House political adviser Karl Rove.

Over the past six years, Norquist has been a key cheerleader and strategist for successive White House tax cuts, extracting ironclad oaths from congressional Republicans not to even think about tax increases. And even before President Bush's election, he positioned himself as a gatekeeper for supplicants seeking access to Bush's inner circle.



Grover G. Norquist is fiercely defending his group after a congressional report alleged that it served as a "conduit" in Jack Abramoff's schemes. (By Yuri Gripas -- Associated Press)

Special Report

Abramoff, the once-powerful lobbyist at the center of a wide-ranging public corruption investigation, was sentenced to five years and 10 months in prison on March 29, after pleading guilty to fraud, tax evasion and conspiracy to bribe public officials in a deal that required him to provide evidence about members of Congress.

• Former Aide to Rep. Ney Pleads Guilty (May 9, 2006)
• Abramoff Pleads Guilty (Jan. 4, 2006)
• Fast Rise, Steep Fall (Dec. 29, 2005)
• Stacking the Deck (Oct. 16, 2005)

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But in the aftermath of reports that Norquist served as a cash conduit for disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff, the irascible, combative activist is struggling to maintain his stature as some GOP lawmakers distance themselves and as enemies in the conservative movement seek to diminish his position.

"People were willing to cut him a lot of slack because he's done a lot of favors for a lot of people," said J. Michael Waller, a vice president of the right-leaning Center for Security Policy who for several years was an occasional participant at Norquist's Wednesday meetings. "But Grover's not that likable."

Another piece of GOP crap getting his.

Another Troll down for the count!

4:13 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

I caught a few minutes of Dubya's Chicago press conference on CNN last night. He was effortlessly dodging and lying his ass off, then a reporter asked him about Patrick Fitzgerald, if he would be re-appointed, etc...Dubya seemed to lose his momentum, and struggled to reply. He came up with an answer, about the professional way the Plame investigation was being handled and said Gonzalez would decide on the re-appointment. In that brief moment I could see that the Plame investigation has troubled "W" more than he'd like to admit.

4:36 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yup,

Fitz is on the lips of the Gerbil. He is certainly will be yearning the bottle if anyone mentions Fitz's name or have a magazine with Fitz's picture. I am telling you. He is using that nightlight that kid gave to the Gerbil. He's scare that the ghost of the "junkyard dog" future to nab him at night! but, it is interesting that he says that he leaves it up to Gonzo to whether he wants to re-appoint Fitz... Hmmm... that sounds like a typicl corporate politics and snowjob! The manager wants to fire an employee but he gets his supervisor to do it and the manager washes his hands clean! If Gonzo fired fitz, it would look bad for the Gerbil and the WH. And it would make it appear that the firing was political and a way to remove Fitz from the case.. But, I always believe that the Gerbil is afraid of Fitzgerald. But, the Gerbil should really afraid of Feingold since Feingold is an attorney. By removing Fitz, Feingold may alter his plans for the sanction of the Gerbil to impeachment of the Gerbil! But, the more that comes out the Gerbil's connections to the recent and future scandals, the more desperate that the Gerbil will get!

4:55 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Hi Everybody just dropping by...

Found this interesting Chicago Sun Times story about Baron Harkonnen Cheney)


Cheney really wants U.S. dictator
Harkonnen File Image

Quote1: The United States is caught up in a new campaign for a military dictatorship -- rule by a military chief with absolute power. The White House, inspired by Vice President Dick Cheney, has argued that in time of great danger, the president has unlimited powers as commander in chief. If he cites "national security" he can do whatever he wants -- ignore Congress, disobey laws, disregard the courts, override the Constitution's Bill of Rights -- without being subject to any review. Separation of powers no longer exists. The president need not consult Congress or the courts. Moreover the rights of the commander in chief to act as a military dictator lasts as long as the national emergency persists, indefinitely that is and permanently.


Click Source for Story

5:14 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

"I guess I wasn't misinterpreting the Situation, there really is a
transition going on in the WH.
From Democracy to a Corporate
Fascist State..

So much for the Pundits assertions
that I'm overreacting.." - GEF


Quote2 from the same story...

Cheney is a vile, indeed evil, influence in American political life. He is a very dangerous person who would if he could destroy American freedom about which he and his mentor prate hypocritically. His long years in Washington have caused him to lose faith in the legislative and judicial processes of the government. The country, he believes, requires a much stronger executive. Such concentrated power would have been necessary even if the World Trade Center attack had not occurred. He uses the fear of terrorists as a pretext to advance his agenda of an all powerful president, a military dictator. So long, of course, as he is a Republican.

_____________________

5:20 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

You catch that last part ?

Here it is again...
He uses the fear of terrorists as a pretext to advance his agenda of an all powerful president, a military dictator.

How many "Terrorist Attacks" are staged to keep this Criminal Enterprise going ? hmmm....

5:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Read this and weep

http://www.nytimes.com/2006/07/07/washington/07recruit.html?ex=1309924800&en=1be0e7d4e2aac8d3&ei=5090&partner=rssuserland&emc=rss

5:24 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

ho hum...

Govt keeps track of these folks old story..

If they can infiltrate the peace movement they sure have this group infiltrated...

No worries..

However, A Dictatorship in Washington is incredibly troubling...

5:28 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

GEF:
Whoa! That photo of the Baron is frightening! I really have to question all the growling...that isn't normal human behavior. Rabies shot?

Also, that article about the Baron wanting a dictatorship is very, very disturbing!!

We all need to vote in November and '08!!

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

GEF,

People are now realizing who is really in charge in the Oval office. John Dean called Cheney "the Co-President." The more power than Baron wants, the more of his true character comes out!

To test a man’s character, give him power

dictator cheney

The Gerbil is nothing with the brains and power of Cheney! What angers me is that Baron and the Gerbil talk about terrorism and dictatorship and evil doer when they both need to look in the mirror. Both Gerbil and Darth are no different from Jim Jones, Bin Laden, Hussein, Hitler, etc. They themselves are the axis of evil. When the Gerbil says that enemies are plotting an attack in our country and want to destroy our freedoms, he sure as hell wasn't talking about the terrorists! He was talking about himself!

6:14 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

Many bloggers thainks Lay is alive. They are asking to check the coffin! Well, as we know, Lay's body is being cremated (which add skepticisms to the public) and left questions around his sudden death and the Gerbil's bizarre remarks about his friend, Kenny!

NYT column: Many bloggers think Ken Lay still lives

Makes me wonder if the Gerbil visited Northern Trust while he was in Chicago on Friday since Lay and Gerbil are connected to that organization.

6:26 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

s-q,

I know...That Harkonnen photo is disturbing, and the thought of
him being on Meds is something
I don't want to think about as
this guy has the Launch codes
to our "Nukeler" missles..

We've already seen what happens
when you hand him a gun so imagine
when he travels to Norad!!

__________________

Biloxi,

*Sleeping Sheep*

I'm thinking that if we roll over
and these crooks are able to do what
they want unopposed then what's to
say that the Gerbil won't be iced
in the near future thereby giving
full control to Harkonnen ?!

..and we're one "Terrorist Attack"
away from that roll over..

Which we all know is coming..

6:34 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Conveniently cremated...hmmm

"As rich as Lay was I would think
they'd have enough money to buy
him a casket and bury him..."


That thought gives me even more
curiosity to ask...

Where does he Lay ?

Is he really in the Carribbean
somewhere sipping on an exotic
drinks and laughing his keester off ?

Show me the body before you torch him Doc!..

Hmm..
Didn't this guy have Life Insurance ?

Life Insurance Cos usually have to
verify a corpse before the widow
gets a check and goes off to sleep
with the handsome attorney. ;)

6:41 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well, that's true GEF! It may sound like a good plan to the Gerbil but it may be lethal! But, as you said that if we roll over and allow the Gerbil to give much power to Cheney, then it does leave this country in risks for attacks and set this country backwards. And Cheney can turn this country into a 3rd world country! But, the two idiots, Cheney and the Gerbil doesn't realize that they are being watched. Hmmm.. The watchers are watching the watchers! And yes, Cheney is powerful and strong but his weakness is his emotions and temper. And if the Gerbil gives too much power to Cheney, it can be lethal for this country but it can be lethal for Cheney. When you are emotional and irrational, you tend to make mistakes. As the administration knows the enemies, the enemies know the Gerbil Administration!

6:49 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

He he..

New Book coming out in South America:
"How I cheated the Court!" -- by Cheato-Lay

Well at least they Got Skilling...
Post another guard.. ;)

This was a pleasure to look at also

6:58 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hmmm..

Lay wished to be cremated, ashes buried in Colo.


ASPEN, COLO. - Family and friends will begin paying their last respects to former Enron Chairman Ken Lay at a private service here Sunday, followed by another gathering in Houston next Wednesday

A small, private memorial service will be held at the Aspen Chapel at 2 p.m. Sunday, according to a statement from a family spokeswoman.
"A celebration of Ken's life for family and friends" will be held at Houston's First United Methodist Church at 11 a.m. Wednesday.

A preliminary autopsy was performed Wednesday in Grand Junction by Dr. Robert Kurtzman, who determined the initial cause of death was coronary disease.
Deputy Joe DiSalvo, the chief detective for the Pitkin County Sheriff's Office, said Thursday that Lay's death will remain an open investigation — a routine procedure — until final autopsy results are in, about three weeks from now.
A final report will then be written and filed, DiSalvo said.


We would like to see the body, GEF. But, the family is not alowing that to happen but the Gerbil's demeanar about his buddy is really skeptical. He first said that he and Lay were acquaintances. Then a day later, Lay is a good friend.. Smells like a coverup. Someone should check the records on any visits to the Northern Trust this week and in prior weeks before Lay's "death."

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

GEF,

Yes, they got Skilling. Skilling is toasted. Even though Skilling and Lay were buddies in Enron, Lay and the Gerbil were tight buddies. Lay left Skilling to hang dry! Skilling is on his own and he has no one to help him out. But, the only criminal from the Enron case that was smart to plea bargain with the government and testify against Lay and Skilling and that is Andrew Fastow. He certainly will do less time than Skilling. And I notice that the Lay's corporate buddies still call Fastow the "criminal" because he squealed.. But, nevertheless, this so called "death" by Lay was well calculated because Lay is the only person from the smartest guys from the Enron gang to bring down the Gerbil. He knows too much!

7:06 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Biloxi,

hmmm...

If we're watching the watchers and the watcher are watching us, then who's mining the store...

Real Nations like China, Iran, and North Korea post a threat to our way of life.

Reminds me of an arguing couple in a car and the car is about to go off a cliff.. *roflmao*

On a serious note:
I think as a country divided we fall and if this Administration is causing a division in the American people in order to gain politically then they are the biggest threat to Homeland Security more even than Terrorism or Rogue Nations because while we're infighting they could be united in an attack that would take us off guard and do alot of damage.

So I really think they better cut the spying crap on American citizens and get to the real business of uniting instead of dividing Americans in order to keep our nation strong.

If we are attacked again it means that the Bush Administration has compromised our Homeland Security with their cowboy diplomacy!

And you know that everything affects
our Economy which will be the first casualty of an attack.

The old addage goes like this:
"You could gain more with candy
than you could a woppin..."

___________________

7:08 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB or GEF:
What is the connection with the Gerbil and Skilling? I realize Lay and the Gerbil were buddies.

7:16 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

hmm...

Yes, agreed.

The timing of this death coupled with cremation as a choice leaves alot of room for people to speculate.

Not good PR imho...

But then again the GOP thrives on secrecy and deceit...

That's what tells me they're thugs because good public figures don't need to skulk around hiding things from the people that trust them..

If Cheato-Lay was a cheat and his widow is choosing the path of secrecy in his burial then what can I conclude then ?

Correct:
THAT THE WHOLE CHEATO LAY FAMILY IS SUSPECT.

I'd watch the Widow for some unscheduled trips to exotic places
from now on..

_________________

7:24 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Hey S-q,

I just had a thought...

What if Lay told Skilling some
insider secrets as Insurance on
his life ?!

Then that means Skilling may be
in great danger of going poof as
well!

Because now that Ken Lay is "allegedly" dead, then Lay may
decide to negotiate with Prosecutors
for a lighter sentence..

Get that Whistle ready...

This ain't over yet!

He he he he he he he he ....

7:31 PM  
Anonymous t said...

anon 3:09 yeah, they are attempting to name this phenomenon "the criminalization of politics" OMG!

They should not be in charge of ANYTHING-let alone the country and national security. Their sheer incompetence makes them unfit for such a duty.

SPB, Hmm...I was sure that darn evil Kenny was dead-but now you've got me wondering. I heard he went to his island in the tropics ;-)

GEF we are on autopilot-nobody is minding the store. There are still too many Americans with their heads buried in the sand (or the TV)

dumbya 5:19, you are funny

7:31 PM  
Anonymous t said...

GEF, going poof-that's good.

7:33 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

I meant Skilling may decide to negotiate for a lighter sentence..

A whistleblower may be born...

A man facing this alone usually
decides to talk of what he "really"
knows...

________________

T,

Actually I'm hoping he doesn't go poof and has some stories to tell
prosecutors that were conveniently
"missed" during the trial!

You know, like stuff about his
partner Lay and the Gerbil Crime
Syndicate.

7:37 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

GEF:
Yep, in this case, Lay may be more "valuable" dead than alive...such a waste for a man with so much information to go to prison where he could be abused or worse yet..murdered. Better to die and be gone! Hmm...

7:38 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

I wanta subpoena and question this guy for some reason

7:41 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

GEF:
Wasn't it $400 million? That is a lot of folks hard earned money for gas to go to work!!!

7:49 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

s-q,

Yep, question is, did that Exxon guy know Cheato-Lay ?

hmmm...another Columbo moment! ;)

7:54 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Hello all :)

This is a really good read:

http://powerofnarrative.blogspot.com
/2006/07/trapped-in-wrong-paradigm-
three-handy.html

7:57 PM  
Anonymous t said...

I see...you guys have an exellent point indeed he would be worth more "dead" than "alive".

Tell Exxon fat boy when he is forced to appear- that next time he wants a war for oil, he needs to get his own troops.

8:02 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

hmmm..

Check out this Cheato-Lay Campaign CONtribution list...

Evildoing Racket List

8:03 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Lee Raymond's Contributions

Ken Lay's Contributions

Ken Lay sure did like DeLay, Burns and Bush

8:08 PM  
Blogger teak said...

I remember seeing the Exxon-Mobile former head on a Charlie Rose show. He said one of the companies Exxon or Mobile...('course it wasn't the one he was head of at the time, natch) did illegal business with Saddam and it was well known. (Before the companies merged.)

He sure has put on the weight since that interview. Maybe someone should take a look at those old Charlie Rose interviews.

8:10 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

LOL GEF! I see you beat me to it and I guess we were both looking for those connections! hehe

8:10 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

t,

He should send his kids or grandkids to do fight and die for his adventures in business..

But Chicken-Hawks are all the same..

Fighting in War is something the rich elite avoid like the plague.

To them that's what lowly wage earners are for...

8:10 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

s-q,

We must've studied in the same University with the same teachers... ;)

"The Columbo School of Evildoer Crime Fighting and Tantric Meditation ..."

*lol*

8:17 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

teak,

hmmm...

You don't say.. Mobile eh...

8:18 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Now this is interesting! Ken Lay, Lee Raymond (Exxon), Dick Cheney, Lynn Cheney, Josh Bolton and many othere all belong to "AEI", which is AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE.

Daily Kos article

AEI

8:26 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Interview was probably not long after MISSION ACCOMPLISHED. I remember he said he didn't do anything like that...maybe it was when the whole oil for food program scandals were breaking. "Get out your own version first" kind of deal.

Or maybe he used the info to blackmail others, either way....he knew what was going on, he's a crook.

8:26 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

GEF,

yo mention that you think Skilling may decide to negociate for a lighter sentemce? Well, I think that depend on the governement if they wish to cut him a deal. Personally, I think that Skilling should be plea bargained with the goverment before he went to trial. I think all cards were on the table for both Skilling and Lay for plea bargains. But, because Skilling has been found guilty of his crimes, I think it is way too late to negociate when you have Lay that is "dead" and not here to defend himself. Too little too late! He should did what Andrew Fastow did: plea bargain!

And as far as Skilling and Lay, I still think Lay screwed Skilling. I don't think Skilling know any secrets. Lay and the Gerbil and Cheney were tight! there are some thing that Skilling know about Lay but i don't think this so called death of Lay was part of a plan that include Skilling.

"If we're watching the watchers and the watcher are watching us, then who's mining the store..." that's the million dollar question that we shouod all ask about the administration! And yes, it is a shame that the Gerbil is dividing this country..

'If we are attacked again it means that the Bush Administration has compromised our Homeland Security with their cowboy diplomacy!" Yes, you are right! But, the Gerbil would make sure this attack would benefit HIM politcally and finanically! He is cares about is himself. We need to cut the milk machine pronto!

Hmmm. one theory of Kenneth Lay is that he could have had someone drive him from Colorado (of course, late in the evening) to Vermont. Vermont has a fence that separates the U.S. from Canada. Hmmm. Lay may have taken his duffle bag and walked through that fence to enter Canada. He doesn't have to worry about showing his passport (since his passport was taken away from him after his conviction) because he is not at the checkpoint. So, he can take a plane from Canada to the island without the U.S. media knowing anything.. Interesting theory??? But, I believe that there is more to Lay's death. Yes, GEF, I think someone will keep tabs on Ms. Lay! Two things come to mind to really keep an eye on:

a) Keep an eye on if Ms. Lay decides to get away because of the sorrow and memories of Lay's "death."

b) keep an eye on Northern Trust.

8:29 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

S-q,

There's the Gerbil again..


Founded in 1943, the American Enterprise Institute is today the single most influential think tank in America and the country's main bastion of neoconservatism. In a January 2003 speech at an AEI dinner celebrating the life of neocon godfather Irving Kristol, President Bush underscored the institute's impact.


President Bush underscored the institute's impact...

hmmm...
I wonder what secrets are buried in those hallways...

This is a job for...
"superWiretaps Unleashed!"

;)

8:34 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

On that Daily Kos article...near the bottom...I just noticed this:

ExxonMobil CEO Lee Raymond is on the AEI board of trustees. ExxonMobil gave AEI approximately $925,000 between 1998 and 2003.

8:40 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Biloxi,

Quote: We need to cut the milk machine pronto!

Yep and we're getting closer and closer to the teets everyday...

I can even the cow's eyes now...


Quote: Watching Mrs Cheato-Lay

That's the ticket Laddie!

You ever thought of becoming a part time private gumshoe..

You got some good ideas Biloxi!

Maybe Fitz can hire ya as his understudy! ;)

8:43 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Wouldn't it be something if there were Securities fraud with Exxon? Hmm... Would Lee Raymond have to give back that $400 million? You bet!!

8:47 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

s-q,

Now that p-rind Raymond is retired, the question is:

Is p-rind Raymond still on the Board of Trustees ?

8:48 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

You bet he is!!

Lee R. Raymond, Vice Chairman
Chairman and CEO, Retired
Exxon Mobil Corporation

AEI Trustees

8:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hmmm... Here is some interesting news about Rummy and Cheney:

Rummy and Cheney linked to a ‘70’s coverup


Tiger Force is a documented account of 120 U.S. soldiers who, between May and November of 1967, rotated through an Army special operations platoon. This platoon, Tiger Force, wreaked its vengeance in the vicinity of Duc Pho and Chu Lai in South Vietnam.
Operating largely on their own and only passingly accountable to a chain of command that rarely ventured into the jungles and paddies, these soldiers ruthlessly murdered hundreds of unarmed men, women and children.

That part of Tiger Force is grim enough. What the Army then did with the evidence is shocking, and what was covered up in 1974-75 may have sowed the headlines we are reaping in 2006. One of the most thorough Criminal Investigation Division (CID, the Army's internal FBI) investigations ever conducted, meticulously gathered the facts surrounding the war crimes committed by Tiger Force. The evidence was voluminous, certain and had been obtained at the risk of a few investigators' lives.
In 1974-75, Richard Cheney was a special assistant to President Ford. Ford's chief of staff was Donald Rumsfeld. The secretary of defense from 1973-75 was James Schlesinger. The case was made to disappear by these men who served presidents Nixon and Ford - probably out of considerations of politics. There were never any charges filed against the soldiers or the officers who ordered and participated in the routine killing of civilians.
The only reason the case file ever became public was that the CID officer who directed the investigation, and who later commanded the Criminal Investigation Division, kept a copy of the investigation file, and prior to his death
in 2002 made provision for the file to be delivered to a reporter with the Toledo Blade.
Thirty years later, Mr. Rumsfeld refuses to discuss the Tiger Force case. Mr. Cheney declines to discuss much of anything. Mr. Schlesinger conducted one of the see-no-evil investigations at Abu Ghraib.


GEF:

A part time private gumshoe..??? Hmmm.. I think that Fitzgerald would make a wonderful mentor for me! I certainly would be honored for sure..

8:57 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Biloxi,

When we approach that Milk Machine(Cow) we must be ready for the attack

Turn up your speakers...

8:58 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

GEF,

Great pic and a huge Matrix fan. I was waiting for Trinity and Morpheus!

9:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And we will be ready forthe Milk Machine (or Cow Neo).. Lokk the cow moves from the Matrix!

9:07 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Biloxi,

..and just like that episode the way to the cow is by draining off the milk..

he he he.. ;)

9:10 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

GEF,

That was funny! You know I forgot to mention the Agent Smith character. He was my favorite character in the Matrix! And notice that we have nothing but Agent Smiths in the WH that are corrupting our country.. We certainly need more Neo and Trinity characters among the American people to demand this sitting Gerbil to be impeached!

9:14 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Trinity Questions: So, do you think we'll survive this Assault on our Civil Liberties Neo ?

9:19 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

LOL! LMAO! I had forgotten how funny that was! That cow sure didn't look too good when he was finished draining the milk!
he he

9:21 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Good Night all,

Early riser tomorrow..

Keep the faith... ;)

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

GEF,

I think we have more a better chance with the character Neo than some of the lapdof officials that continually caved into the Gerbil's demands! But it is up to all of us bloggers and the people who separate themselves from the mass that will take back our country.

Folks, get out a vote in November and make a difference! Don’t let art imitate life!

This is truly frightening times!

9:30 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

GEF,

Good night! And behave yourself! And sleep tight!

9:31 PM  
Anonymous Sherlock Holmes' niece said...

I wish I could bust Dumbya and Ambien with their Cheeto-Lay Enron ties to crimes...yada yada yada

9:37 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Goodnight GEF!! Still early here..only 7:30

9:38 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Sherlock Holmes' niece:

Leave that up to Rep. Joe Dunn in California. He wants the Gerbil/Ambien/Lieberman/Gropinator on a platter with some gravy! I am sure that Mr. Dunn being a lawyer will find a way to get back the billions lost to California and exposed those Enron ties!

9:41 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

S-Q--"Now this is interesting! Ken Lay, Lee Raymond (Exxon), Dick Cheney, Lynn Cheney, Josh Bolton and many othere all belong to "AEI", which is AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE."

Well, so do TONS of other conservatives!! It's kind of like hunters belonging to the NRA.

BTW--I know Markos. I do not hang out on the DailyKos. He didn't understand too much of anything when he was a kid and I do not see too much improvement. But, he is totally convinced he knows everything!!

Look, if you all want to have some fun, check into:

What other pension funds of defunct corporations does Northern Trust manage? There will be a few!!

Rumsfeld and the Rockford Institute connnections.

9:57 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Night owl:
I don't know Markos and I don't hang out on the Daily Kos. I just did some research and that Daily Kos article came up.

Like I said, the AEI has many other members that I didn't list.

10:35 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

Great pics, video and dialogue here:)

Interesting article by: John Hogue
"The Critical Mass of Enlightenment"

http://deoxy.org/critmass.htm

Age of Enlightenment

21st Century "True Patriots", who risk being labeled "Domestic Terrorists" by the Bush Cabal, because they have the courage to express a dissenting opinion, oppose the illegal Iraq war, NSA spying, GITMO, CIA Renditions, Election Fraud, 9/11 Cover-up, etc., are catalysts for the New American Revolution.
Our relatively young Democracy, has been ravaged by oil-addicted, greedy, corrupt, treasonous, Blood-Drunk, Politicians. Americans are assaulted daily by a secret government within our government. The Skull & Bones occult agenda and Cheney/Nixon voodoo are the dark spirits that dominate.
21st Century America desperately needs Enlightenment. Not the slick, artificial, "Wolf in Sheep's Clothing", Born-Again Bushit of Rush Limbaugh, Ann Coulter and Ralphie Reed; but a "critical mass" of politically awakened people, who care enough about FREEDOM to FIGHT for it.
America in the 21st Century, with Democracy restored, can become a nation of Enlightened citizens, with Liberty and Justice for ALL.

10:38 PM  
Anonymous ewastud said...

The word "jive" is African-American slang meaning lies or dishonesty. The word Patrick Fitzgerald really means to use here is a colloquial term "jibe" which apparently had its derivation from the alignment of sails on a ship and means "being in accord or agreement" according to Webster.

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