Jul 11, 2006

Travel Tip...

Avoid traveling on the 11th of each month.

137 killed in Mumbai's 7/11 terror attacks


Anonymous Anonymous said...

One other thing- if you were born with mercury in retrograde, be aware that the planets have now returned to mercury in retrograde. This means alot of mis-communication and rumours etc. Retrograde mercury babies will understand other retrograde babies, non-retrogade babies will make no sense to us, and we usually feel a little nutty anyway.

12:50 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Finally, someone is paying attention to violence in India, which occurs almost on a daily basis, especially in Kashmir. Here is a link that I hope works, listing a series of previous bomb attacks in Mumbai (Bombay, for you Brits).

Bomb attacks

Unfortunately, these folks have a long way to go before peace may be possible.

1:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yeah, I did hear about this tragedy in India. It is a bit spooky of the date 7/11. i certainly don't want to hear the Gerbil get on the soapbox and say the U.S. should be fearful or that we should remember the lessons of 9/11, blah, blah, blah...

And nightowl,

From the article that you have passed, I really doubt that the Gerbil does care unless he is getting something out of India! In the Gerbil's mind, it is all about the benjamins!!!

1:23 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Travel tip noted...

"non-retrogade babies will make no sense to us..." LOL

always interesting on the desk of PJF...

See everyone later...have a good afternoon.

1:35 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Have you seen this yet?


1:38 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

How about this one? LOL!!


1:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that is a photo of two non-retrograde born planetary assignment of mercury- ie- I don't f---ing understand them and the shit they do!

1:57 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Hey what's up everybody!!!

No I am still here, still going strong! We are making it through

Patrick Fitzgerald, I just wanted to say how grateful I am for you to continue to fight like this!!

I know and have read that Bush is trying to completely fire you, on behalf of the neocon israelis. Thank god he can not!!!

Rawstory on Fitzgerald?

But the toughest battles are about to be fought, fought right now ladies and genteleman!!!!


The conspiracy curtain has been lifted, and the election fraud getting totally exposed!!!


Jeb Bush is finally in deep trouble, finally at last the fraud is getting punished!!!!!

On this website, you can check the archives and listen to FBI Insider Tom Heneghan(friend of Fitzgerald) speak to Jeff Fisher and Robert Kennedy Jr about election fraud.


This is it, this is ELECTION FRAUD uncut!!! Go to the archives now, everyone here needs to see this!!

Jeff Fisher and Robert Kennedy Jr. are in D.C. and a package has been sent, containing important evidence.
"Mr. Fitzgerald and attached agents from the US Marshall office and the FBI.

I will get that first package to you. I am now with a blind woman from Cambodia who traveled via air from Los Angeles.

She wanted to take a tour of the White House. That is a no show due to the President telling people to write to Congress for an appointment for a tour months in advance. At the moment I am corresponding with you from the Marriott at Metro Center. The address is 775 12th Street NW.

I will take her to the her representative in the House so they can assist her. After that she has told me that she would pay for me to FEDEX the package to you. She offered this service, I did not solicit her for her selfless action.

God always finds the way for the truth to prevail.

An American Patriot, Jeff Fisher"

One last thing....as the exposure widens, the neocons are planning to destroy all the palestinians!! Read about it in the archives, they have gone insane! The curtain has raised, these are the monsters we let storm our gates and the gates of the jewish people.

I will now go out and make money, the only way we make it is by supporting eachother!!!! I will make more money than them, and send as much as needed to the DOJ and Fitzgerald so they stay in business.

I am going to donate towards that cause, only thing I can suggest, is everyone here do the same. We must fight the neocon scum backwards now that we finally have them off guard!


2:02 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...



Gas Prices Spike to Second-Highest Level Ever, Analyst Predicts $4/Gallon This Summer


Good to see you back! We missed your energy on the blog!

2:13 PM  
Anonymous Pentagon Reversal said...

The White House confirmed on Tuesday that the Pentagon had decided, in a major policy shift, that all detainees held in US military custody around the world are entitled to protection under the Geneva Conventions.

The FT has learned that Gordon England, deputy defence secretary, sent a memo to senior defence officials and military officers last Friday, telling them that Common Article 3 of the Geneva Conventions – which prohibits inhumane treatment of prisoners and requires certain basic legal rights at trial – would apply to all detainees held in US military custody.

This reverses the policy outlined by President George W. Bush in 2002 when he decided members of al-Qaeda and the Taliban did not qualify for Geneva protections because the war on terrorism had ushered in a "new paradigm…[that] requires new thinking in the law of war".


2:13 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


Not only that! I bet you DOJ guys missed and was worry about us!

Everybody got attacked by Al Rogers! He has been sending viruses all over under the name returnofdrevil2!

That freak literally has no life!!!! I have never seen such a loser, he is the biggest neocon patsy I think I have ever laid eyes on.

He also sends all sorts of things non stop about how much he loves Clinton, and the Patriot Act, and finally he says that his friends agree with him!!

I can't see how a guy like that can have any friends, yikes

2:20 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Good to see you back, Roger. I have questions but it can wait.

2:24 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I did hear that you guys were attacked by Rogers. Yeah, he still spread his GOP koolaid love on this blog and his negative doubletalk about Clinton. Yes, he is a big pain in the butt! But, rest assured, Rodgers' words will be silenced when the little soldier is convicted. And I hope that Judge Walton does not go in the favor of Ted Wells to move the Libby case to February. We all have to await his decision on that matter very soon... And you are right, Roger! The troll has no life!

2:28 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

I sure hope Ted Wells fails! Its time for Little Soldier to walk the plank, and then someone needs to throw Dave Addington in front of the grand jury!!

What a neocon slimeball, he tried to get a pardon and he is involved in the crime too! This is the guy in charge of national security!??!? A spy? You got to be kidding....get them!!!

I hold faith the Grand Juries will move fast.

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


This is from Christy from Firedoglake regarding her thoughts about Fitzgerald's reappointment:

A Test of Integrity…

For every "news" naysayer out there who calls us, progressive bloggers, some sort of unwashed horde out to get our hands on the power reins or who accuses us of being angry, just read this article. The sort of corruption that permeates every level of our political system: from the local city council, to state government, to federal — why wouldn’t we be disgusted with how things are going in America?
Progressives who blog or hang out on blogs as readers or commenters do so because they have had enough of what passes as "politics as usual." The American public deserves a whole lot better than what we are getting now: politicians that take bribes, spend their time chasing down big money donors to squeeze out a little more juice for their election coffers, passing out the public dime to crony corporations through no bid contracts, little to no oversight of whatever actions those in power care to take.
I, for one, have seen enough corruption and self-dealing to last a lifetime just in the last five years. It is time for someone to stand up and provide a little check and balance. Public corruption prosecutions are a good way of letting in a little much-needed sunshine into an dank, dark, infested rat hole. And in America today, we have far too many rats.
President Bush, re-appoint Pat Fitzgerald in Illinois. Do the right thing…for once.

2:37 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Wells better hope that judge who is residing the California security fraud case in which Wells is representing is not taking vacation this time. Otherwise, Wells case in California may not start as schedule and maybe delayed. Therefore, Wells would have to go one as schedule with Libby's case. We won't hear about Walton's decision to most likely in either August or early September. To be really honest about the little soldier's case, it is dead in the water espcially reading the entire May 16 transcript of Libby's case with the reporter. Wells wasn't there. It was Libby's other lawyer Jeffress and the attorneys for the subpoena reporters. It was such a waste of time and free money for the smurf's attorneys. The smurf just don't get it! But don't worry. The Gerbil House of cards are tumbling fast and Addington will be walking the plank along with Josh Bolten!

2:47 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Addington needs to join Libby!!!!!

And then lets see the demise of Karl Rove, bring it on!!!!


2:54 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


More in the news:

Top White House Staffers Pocket $4,200 Raise, Fight $2 Minimum Wage Increase

This year the highest paid staffers in the White House – including Karl Rove, Dan Bartlett and Steven Hadley – got a cost-of-living adjustment of $4,200, boosting their total salary to $165,200.

That is really disgraceful!

And check folks how much each officials' salaries:

Who's Making What In The White House


From TPMMuckraker:

Abramoff Colleague, DeLay Aide Keeps Talking

Apparently he's being cooperative, because prosecutors have asked that no sentencing date be set for Rudy until October "in order to allow Mr. Rudy’s cooperation to continue uninterrupted."
As we've said before, Rudy's cooperation is particularly bad news for Ed Buckham, Tom DeLay's right-hand lobbyist. Rudy and Buckham, both former top aides to DeLay, worked closely together at the now-defunct lobby shop Alexander Strategy Group.

Not good news for Abramoff or Spanky DeLay!

2:54 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

Offener Brief

Mr. President !

Morgen starten Sie zu einem Besuch nach Deutschland.
Sie sind nicht willkommen, Mr. President, weil

- wir von Diktatoren die Nase voll haben
- wir keine Kriege mehr wollen
- wir persönliche Freiheit wollen
- wir eine freie !! Presse wollen
- wir das Völkerrecht achten wollen
- wir die Religion aus der Staatsführung heraus halten
- wir wollen, daß Politik und Geldverdienen nichts miteinander zu tun hat
- wir wünschen, daß alle Menschen auf Erden friedlich und in Harmonie miteinander agieren
- wir hoffen, daß alle Menschen auf Erden etwas gegen die Klimakathastrophe tun
- wir fordern, daß Sie Ihren Privatkrieg gegen alle Moslime beenden
- wir fordern, die Folter zu beenden
- wir fordern, die Häftlinge in Guantanamo Bay vor Gericht oder frei zu geben
- wir Ihren Rücktritt erwarten und dann in Amerika wieder Demokratie stattfindet
- wir davon ausgehen, daß Sie, Herr President, spätestens im November abgewählt werden, sollten Sie nicht vorher im Gefängnis landen

Ein friedliebender, demokratischer Europaer und Weltbürger

Protests Nationwide against bush-visit

Stralsund (dpa) - the visit of the US President George W. Bush in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania on Thursday and Friday is accompanied Nationwide of approximately 60 protest organizations. Mahnwachen and discussion organizations would be planned except in the visit plotted Stralsund among other things in Stuttgart, Nuremberg, Kiel, Kassel, Bonn, Braunschweig, Dortmund and Berlin, divided the "network peace Cooperative" with. The actions are supposed to be continued during the G8-Gipfels in St. Petersburg at the weekend.

High security zone Grand hotel

The Kempinski Grand hotel Heiligendamm, in which US President George W. Bush during its visit twice the night spends, is rebuilt meanwhile to a fort. Round around the internal security area, a 1300 meter of three circled barricade long emerges. Barrier lattices of high a 1.10 meters follow barbed wire roll and a two meter of building fence high. The barricade is protected of official, gives at two passages it persons inspection.

Where Bushit want`s to sleep:

2:56 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Well guys, you better get ready!!!

The neocons have spawned an assassination team


The assassination squad, according to Tom Heneghan is targeting everybody who is a threat to neocons or their country.

That means, the black-ops false FBI-British Mossad is going to go after you Fitzgerald, and Biloxi, and virtually everybody.

Hope you guys can handle it!! Oh what am I saying, I know you can!

If we can all handle the neocon gangs out here where we live, by simply talking to the police, then there is no doubt in my mind that you guys can handle anything!!!

Still, watch your backs everybody! And teak, watch yourself don't respond to any strange things in florida including Al Rogers!!! He's a freak aka mental patient!


3:06 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Great to see you back on the blog! You were missed! :)

3:17 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


Hope Al Rogers didn't destroy things here too while I was gone!! Looks like a freaking mess! Crazy

3:26 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Sounds like things are getting serious!! I knew if Robert Kennedy Jr. got involved...things would start happening!

3:35 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

I want you all to see finally how serious the Neocon Zion regime is about destroying our country.


Did you see this and did you see Mel Sembler and the voting machines??!??

Are YOU awake yet?

"This is beyond belief.."

HE'S RIGHT ABOUT THAT...the neocons in both parties are doing the most beyond belief crap you can imagine, is everyone ready to stop doing nothing and go stop them?????

3:41 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

Good Evening everybody!

Well the Gerbil is not known for being prudent so not re-appointing actually is something I think him capable off...what a Nightmare!

Dream-Soldier - Nice letter - selbst verfasst und auch abgeschickt??


George W. Bush - Because he says SO!

3:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what's this about fitz being reassigned?????? I have not read anything about that yet, anyone have a link?

I am a lurker, read here a lot but never have time to post.

I truly hope fitz will blow apart the corruption in the executive branch. It's been looking bleak. damn them. if its possible to hate, I have come right close to it. those people make me sick.

4:07 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Don't worry friend help is on the way!!

Kennedy and Fisher are in D.C. now helping blow this corruption to pieces!

Grover Norquist will be indicted, the writing is on the wall!!!

Down this page read about Fitzgerald appointment bottom left

Down this page read about Grover Norquist....all the crap.

4:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Thanks for your posts! But the first link takes me to raw story (which I am quite familar with, I check several times a day!). I see nothing on there about fitz?? I could be blind of course, I look at computer screens all day.

4:23 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I just read it.

rawstory..blogs/media..4th article down

4:30 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

From Thinkprogress, the following WH staff make too money:

Deborah Nirmala Misir Ethics Advisor $114,688
Erica M. Dornburg Ethics Advisor $100,547
Stuart Baker Director for Lessons Learned $106,641
Melissa M. Carson Director of Fact Checking $46,500

And yes, there is a White House Director for Lessons Learned. We aren’t making this up.

Folks, what kind of title is Director of Fact Checking. I am waiting for a made up title in the WH called Director of Bullshitting or Director of Butt Scratching! Folks, we are getting seriously hosed by the Administration. Look where the taxpayers' money is being spent. Make sure your vote in November!!

4:47 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Welcome back Roger! Good to see you...

4:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


GERBIL 101: Take a look in the mirror!

From Americablog:

Okay, let me get this straight. Because Bush and Putin are such close friends, Bush is going to tell Putin "in private" that he's worried about the Russian leader's anti-democratic policies. But, the White House National Security Adviser Steven Hadley publicly announced that Bush would have this private conversation. That doesn't seem like very smart diplomacy...but nothing Bush does is smart diplomacy. According to NBC this morning, Putin's approval rating is 70%, that's twice as high as Bush's approval.

I'm sure our President will make us proud at the G-8.

Hmmm..Let me get this straight: the lame duck, draft dodger, and crawled in the WH in a two term stolen election Gerbil who has only a 35% approval rating by the American people is going to dictate to a 70% approval rating Putin about his anti-democratic policies!

5:03 PM  
Blogger teak said...


From a link found on what happened on 7/11 in history when googled. Noticed one film on that link, "Men in Black" 7/11/97.


Creepy. Some of the news for that month of July in 1997 is rather interesting.

5:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard on the Ed Schultz show that Robert Novak had announced that he was finally going to tell who told him about Valerie Plame. He is going to announce it on Fox News.

5:08 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And if Novak goes on Faux news to announce who told him about Plame, then he need to explain his own role with Porkrind in a possible cover-up!


5:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Raw will be publishing the update on the Novak story very soon.

He still isn't naming his "primary source"

5:24 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Is this what you are referring to on Raw Story?


"Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald has informed my attorneys that, after two and one-half years, his investigation of the CIA leak case concerning matters directly relating to me has been concluded," says Novak, according to the Drudge Report.
"That frees me to reveal my role in the federal inquiry that, at the request of Fitzgerald, I have kept secret," Novak continues

The "primary source" for his July 10, 2003 article "Mission To Niger" won't "come forward to identify himself," but Novak does reveal that in his testimony he spoke of President George W. Bush's Deputy Chief of Staff Karl Rove.
"I answered questions using the names of Rove, Harlow and my primary source," says Novak.
According to the Drudge Report, Novak will be making two appearances on the FOX News Channel tomorrow evening to talk about his role in the probe, on "Special Report with Brit Hume" and "Hannity & Colmes."

Hmmm.. It makes me wonder why all of the sudden who wants reveal the "truth" to Faux news? And why now? Yes, according to his story, Fitz concluded his investigation on Novak! This may sound peachy that Novak is off the hook according to him. But, I wonder what Fitzgerald have under his sleeve.. Hmmm...

5:30 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

waterflake 4:55 PM

Yes my lady !

Thank s for e-mail...your website past I saw..just not read...

5:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Save Patrick Fitzgerald
BY: Dennis Byrne,
PUBLISHED ON: 2006-07-11
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From: http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles

President Bush faces a major test of his integrity when, or if, he ever gets around to reappointing Patrick Fitzgerald as U.S. Attorney in Chicago.

The nation needs to know that Bush's failure to back Fitzgerald will betray a gapping hole in the conscience of the president. While most of America may think of Fitzgerald as the aggressive prosecutor in the Valerie Plame affair and the bombing of the World Trade Center, those of us in Chicago have a closer view of the man.

He is one of the few government officials left in Chicago and Illinois that loathes corruption, and who is in a position to do something about as the U.S. Attorney for Northern Illinois.

In that role, he has put away former Illinois Gov. George Ryan and a host of other grafters. He is scrutinizing current Gov. Rod Blagojevich's administration for its hiring practices. And he is hot on the trail of the corruption that pervades Chicago Mayor Richard M. Daley's City Hall. Score another for Fitzgerald as a federal jury this week convicted Daley's patronage chief and three other men on charges that they engaged in an elaborate and long-running scheme to reward the mayor's campaign workers with choice jobs.

New York Times columnist David Brooks, among others, labors under the impression that this part of the city's Democratic "machine" was dead, but the scheme, which violated a federal court order, long has provided Daley and his allies with an army of faithful doorbell ringers on election day. Patronage is very much alive and is every bit an essential part of the Chicago machine as the more lucrative awarding of rich consulting, construction and franchise contracts to favored relatives and friends. In Chicago, many folks consider this "soft graft," which makes the "city that works" work.

And so, Daley, is named the nation's best mayor and dines with President George W. Bush the evening of his special 60th birthday. Bush and some urban observers dote on Daley as if he was the genius who almost single-handedly turned a stinking swamp into a city beautiful. Cities elsewhere would be making a huge mistake to think so, as incompetent no-shows, for example, fill jobs critically important to public safety. And citizens and taxpayers are cheated.

Which brings us back to Fitzgerald. Without him, who will be left to chase the snakes out of Chicago and into the federal pen? Certainly no one who is a part of the interlocking Republocratic party that runs most of what passes for government in Chicago and Illinois.

So at Bush's Friday press conference in Chicago, while other reporters were asking him weighty questions about global and national matters, he was surprised by a local reporter's question: Does he plan to reappoint Fitzgerald? According to the Chicago Tribune's Michael Tackett, Bush said he hadn't really thought about that, then "recovered by saying that the decision would fall to Atty. Gen. Alberto Gonzales." Then Bush made a startling admission: even though Fitzgerald's Chicago investigations have received national coverage, Bush, who said he wanted to get to Chicago to experience more of the "real" America, "allowed that he hadn't paid much attention to Fitzgerald's investigations...."

That should ferment some happy bubbles in the political cesspool that is Chicago. The president's inattention will be welcomed by the Chicago political establishment, which despises Fitzgerald and opposed him from the start, when he was nominated by former Illinois Sen. Peter (no relation) Fitzgerald, widely considered to be renegade (i.e., he refused to take orders from the goniffs). In a word, establishment Republicans and Democrats want him gone.

And there's good reason to think he might be, aside from the president's non-assurance. One of the chief practitioners of Illinois establishment politics is Republican operative Bob Kjellander, who brags (whether true or not) about his friendship with Bush chief political strategist, Karl Rove. Despite Kjellander's engineering Bush defeats in Illinois and other Midwest states, the White House (Rove?) thought he was pretty hot stuff and brought him to the Beltway where he is engineering who knows what political disaster.

Kjellander also will be credited with the coming GOP election disaster in Illinois, thanks to his help in selecting state Treasurer Judy Barr Topinka to run against incumbent Blagojevich. She's a dear lady, a treasured "moderate," but not a gusty independent willing to stand up to the political establishment.

The point is that Kjellander (pronounced Shelander), a Republican national committeeman who has received $800,000 in unexplained fees through a state bond-borrowing deal engineered by Democrat Blagojevich, is no fan of Fitzgerald's either. No one, in other words, in the political establishment in Chicago or Washington, is pushing for Fitzgerald's reappointment.

This is more than a parochial political battle. It bears watching by a nation that has become disgusted by corruption on the federal level. Chicago and Illinois have reached a critical stage. On one side are the co-joined interests of both political parties, and on the other is the much smaller group who value honesty and good government. Their only standard-bearer is Patrick Fitzgerald.

Bush's failure to reappoint Fitzgerald would tell the nation that he doesn't mind the kind of corruption that infects Chicago and Illinois. It will be the kind of surrender to the most destructive kind of politics that have disgusted so many Americans.

Email dennis@dennisbyrne.net or post a comment at http://dennisbyrne.blogspot.com.
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5:43 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

Biloxi 6:03 PM
a 35% approval rating by the American ?? from what...Biloxi ?
The approval rating of „American way of Public opinion poll“ are people with home-telefon, only man, only voter last Elections..you know ?

5:56 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Porkrinds is in California as a guest speaker at an event in Los Angeles. He certainly get another love from California. From Crooks and Liars:

A quick note: Karl Rove gave a speech on immigration at the National Council of La Raza today and a C&L reader who was there said:
The reception was luke warm to frothy. Many people (about 25%) started to join in with a few protesters while he was speaking. Governor Bill Richardson was the next speaker up..

By the way, a buddy of mine in Los Angeles informed that the ticket price for this 4 day event was $650.00!

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

Dream Soldier,

35% is the American people that approved of the Gerbil's job. 65% of the American people disapprove of the Gerbil's job in office.. Now, the President says that he doesn't believe in the polls. However, after September 11, 2001, his approval rating jumped to 90%, the highest ever from a President. And yet, he jumped on that in a heart beat... But, he may want the nations to believe that the American people's back. But, from everyday folks, they are really frustrated and angry at the President's job in offiv=ce an all of the current scandals.

6:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BOB NOVAK, My Leak Case Testimony: 'I learned Valerie Plame's name from Joe Wilson's entry in 'Who's Who in America'... MORE Published reports that I took the Fifth Amendment, made a plea bargain with the prosecutors or was a prosecutorial target were all untrue... MORE... My primary source has not come forward to identify himself... Bill Harlow, the CIA public information officer who was my CIA source for the column confirming Mrs. Wilson's identity. I learned Valerie Plame's name from Joe Wilson's entry in 'Who's Who in America'... I answered questions using the names of Rove, Harlow and my primary source.

6:40 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Hey Folks,

Biloxi, we have another problem..

Apparently there's a hidden industry out there. I didn't know there was a hidden Patrick Fitzgerald Fitzmas industry...

They're making big money on Patrick Fitzgerald Merchandising...

They're selling:
Fitzmas Cards
Videos1 (Hit Play Button)
and more...

Video1 My Favorite Hit Play

It all can be found here in the bottom links..
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We're gonna need another investigation...

6:42 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Hey check out the Top 25 Stories of 2006...

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#1 Bush Administration Moves to Eliminate Open Government
#2 Media Coverage Fails on Iraq: Fallujah and the Civilian Death
#3 Another Year of Distorted Election Coverage
#4 Surveillance Society Quietly Moves In
#5 U.S. Uses Tsunami to Military Advantage in Southeast Asia
#6 The Real Oil for Food Scam
#7 Journalists Face Unprecedented Dangers to Life and Livelihood
#8 Iraqi Farmers Threatened By Bremer’s Mandates
#9 Iran’s New Oil Trade System Challenges U.S. Currency
#10 Mountaintop Removal Threatens Ecosystem and Economy
#11 Universal Mental Screening Program Usurps Parental Rights
#12 Military in Iraq Contracts Human Rights Violators
#13 Rich Countries Fail to Live up to Global Pledges
#14 Corporations Win Big on Tort Reform, Justice Suffers
#15 Conservative Plan to Override Academic Freedom in the Classroom
#16 U.S. Plans for Hemispheric Integration Include Canada
#17 U.S. Uses South American Military Bases to Expand Control of the Region
#18 Little Known Stock Fraud Could Weaken U.S. Economy
#19 Child Wards of the State Used in AIDS Experiments
#20 American Indians Sue for Resources; Compensation Provided to Others
#21 New Immigration Plan Favors Business Over People
#22 Nanotechnology Offers Exciting Possibilities But Health Effects Need Scrutiny
#23 Plight of Palestinian Child Detainees Highlights Global Problem
#24 Ethiopian Indigenous Victims of Corporate and Government Resource Aspirations
#25 Homeland Security Was Designed to Fail

Very Interesting...

6:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ann Coulter is the WOMAN!!!! Al Rogers/Rodgers has the hots for her. Al will be with us forever.

No new target letters, no new indictments and no black tuesdays for neocons.

Ain't life grand?

6:56 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

SPB--I bet the Gerbil cannot find Mumbai or Kashmir on a map (they are not close to each other, BTW). There is actually a lot more violence in India that our media here just ignores.

I would not place too much significance on the date of the 11th in regards to India because there are so many acts of violence on so many days each month. The 11th is quickly becoming an unlucky day. . .

. . .Some other place the Gerbil probably cannot find is the Chicago subway. Yeah, Chicago has a subway. There was a train derailment this evening with lots of people having some major smoke inhalation problems. It looks accidental and yes, when the wheels get out of position on the rails there will be lots of sparks, enough to catch the wiring on fire. No major injuries so far, but lots of chaos.

7:01 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Republican Chris Matthews Playing Prosecutor again
Video: Novak goes Tweety Bird


7:03 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Here are the GOPs of the hour...



GOP Richard Armitage

7:09 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Amidst disastrous policies and
criminal investigations and convictions....

WH Staffers get a Raise!

If I ran a business like the Gerbil runs the WH I'd be outta business in 6 months...

7:17 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

More train bad luck today:

Train / bus accident in Bangladesh

Trains are still safer on average than cars.

7:18 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Novak discusses role in CIA Plame leak case investigation!!!!!!!!!


7:22 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Yawn... Expect more "terrorist" attacks heading towards US November Elections...

7:23 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...


LOL! Director of Bullshitting, etc...

Question: Why bother to vote when the Voting Machines are illegal? I'm so disgusted with the voting system in Florida that I refuse to vote until I can be assurred that the system is safe; otherwise I'm wasting my time.

7:26 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


I feel the same way...

I don't trust those ESS/DIEBOLD

Check out this video of a Programmer (Clint Curtis) that testified in court that the machines have been rigged..

Real Player Version

Judge: Mr. Curtis, Are there Programs that can be used to secretly fix Elections ?

Curtis: Yes!
View Clint Eugene Curtis Programmer Court Testimony

Click Source

7:38 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

GEF is bored. OK, have some fun with this:

Old-fashioned 'justice'

7:43 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...



Ambien not necessary!

7:46 PM  
Blogger ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

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7:47 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...

"Fitzmas" videos were fun:)

Would like to see the "Grinch Who Stole Fitzmas", the link didn't work...

Wikipedia was very informative, I missed "Fitzmas" last year.

7:49 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...


Chris Matthews / Tweety-Bird analogy is good, I agree :) :)

7:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rep. Cynthia McKinney (D) failed to appear at two televised debates over the weekend, fueling criticism from two opponents who are challenging the controversial incumbent in a July 18 primary in the Georgia's 4th District.

CONGRESSIONAL QUARTERLY reports: DeKalb County Commissioner Hank Johnson and architectural firm project manager John Coyne, who are challenging McKinney, debated Saturday on WSB-TV and also participated in a second debate Friday that was sponsored by the Atlanta Press Club and which will air tonight at 7 p.m. Johnson's campaign said that McKinney's absence was a "slap in the face" to her constituents.

8:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WASHINGTON (AP) -- President Bush touted new deficit figures Tuesday showing considerable improvement upon earlier administration predictions, saying it shows the wisdom of his tax cuts.

Bush himself announced the figures -- a task that for the most part has been left to lower-ranking administration officials in the past. The new figures show the deficit for the budget year ending September 30 will be $296 billion -- much better than the $423 billion that Bush predicted in February and a slight improvement over 2005.

Bush said the improvement is due to tax cuts he pushed in 2001 and 2003 and his clampdown on domestic agencies funded by Congress.

"These tax cuts left nearly $1.1 trillion in the hands of American workers and families and small business owners. And they used this money to help fuel an economic resurgence that's now in its 18th quarter," Bush said. "Economic growth fueled by tax relief has sent our tax revenues soaring."

8:12 PM  
Anonymous kiswrite said...


up too late last night;)

8:13 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Yeah...That Fitzmas Merchandise was funny...

I think I'll get me a t-shirt and only wear it for those warm "special" indictment moments..

8:20 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

The Fitzmas videos were great! LOL

8:20 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Hey S-q,

Have you checked out that Clinton Curtis' Court Testimony about E-vote machines yet ?

8:23 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Looks as though Novak isn't going to name his main source until tomorrow, which was a Sr. WH Staff. Wonder who it is?? Libby?

8:23 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Not yet but I will now.

8:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WASHINGTON (AP) - Columnist Robert Novak said for the first time Tuesday that he cooperated with the investigation into who leaked the identity of CIA officer Valerie Plame.

Novak's decision to talk publicly came after he was notified a month ago by Special Counsel Patrick Fitzgerald that prosecutors would not seek criminal charges against one of Novak's sources, White House political aide Karl Rove.

Fitzgerald "has informed my attorneys that, after two and one-half years, his investigation of the CIA leak case concerning matters directly relating to me has been concluded," Novak said in a statement. He promised details of his cooperation in a column Wednesday in the Chicago Sun-Times.

Novak's secret cooperation with prosecutors while maintaining a public silence about his role kept him out of legal danger and had the effect of providing protection for the Bush White House during the presidential campaign.

The White House denied Rove played any role in the leak of Plame's CIA identity and Novak, with his decision to talk to prosecutors, steered clear of potentially being held in contempt of court and jailed.

In his two-paragraph statement posted on the Sun-Times Web site on Tuesday night, the conservative columnist said he had remained silent at the request of Fitzgerald.

According to The Washington Post, Novak's column will say that he told Fitzgerald in early 2004 that Rove and then-CIA spokesman Bill Harlow had confirmed information about Plame.

Novak said he also told Fitzgerald about another senior administration official who originally provided him with the information about Plame, the Post reported. Novak said he cannot reveal the identity of that source even now.

Rove escaped indictment but Vice President Dick Cheney's former chief of staff, I. Lewis Libby, has been charged with perjury, obstruction and lying to the FBI about how he learned of the covert CIA officer's identity and what he told reporters about it.

8:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Bush administration is preparing a crackdown on intelligence leaks to the media and will try to pursue prosecutions in some recent cases, the chairman of the House of Representatives Intelligence Committee on Tuesday.

Michigan Republican Rep. Peter Hoekstra also suggested some unauthorized leaks could have been deliberate attempts to help al Qaeda.

"More frequently than what we would like, we find out that the intelligence community has been penetrated, not necessarily by al Qaeda, but by other nations or organizations," he said.

8:36 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


I'm gonna laugh if it turns out to be Harkonnen..

8:37 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Yep, I really wouldn't be surprised if it is the Baron!

The video was good...when did he testify? He said Ohio and Florida were hacked!

8:42 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Novak is speaking out to get attention. I guess Fox news wants some viewers. Now when is Patrick Fitzgerald's reappointment due. Fitzgerald is like Clinton where it's better to have in the DOJ then not. Fitz is one smart attorney and if not reappointed it the American peoples loss. This guy could go anywhere for 10000000 per cent more then the govenment is paying.

8:45 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


That was back in December of '04..

That's why Exit Polls did not match outcome..

Exit Polls showed Gomer Pile(Kerry) ahead of the Gerbil in Ohio, but when the tally came up it was flipped in the Gerbils favor..

Kerry should've investigated but he conceded.

Roger knows more about the Florida vote integrity..

8:50 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Yeah, the 2004 election sort of reminded me of my childhood. Friday nights...going to the live wrestling matches with my dad! We yelled for the guys we wanted to win...but we knew the winner was determined before the match!!

8:55 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


I agree. Fitz is marketable and they're lucky to have him in Public Service.

Questions are;

Why is the Gerbil trying to toss him ?

Is it because Fitz is narrowing in on the Gerbil Crime Syndicate ?

I think the answer here is obvious..

Although they would love to prove that Fitz is in it as a Political vendetta, they have no evidence that is true..

If anything we Independents and Democrats could say that it's working in GOPs favor...

So the Gerbils Rhetoric is hollow in this case...

8:55 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Do you know if this was the first time in US elections that both candidates were Skull & Bones? So, it was sort of like two brothers running for the same position.

9:06 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


I never voted for either one in 2000 election. I felt both candidates were wrong. I still feel though that Gore should've contested that Vote in court.

In 2004, I went to sleep upbeat about a Kerry Win(even though I didn't vote for either) then in the morning I was really surprised that the Exit polls were so wrong..

I felt something went wrong again...

In the middle of the night while everyone slept...*poof* the Flip!

How bogus...

I voted in the local races tho but not this time, I'm not even going to the poles until they guarantee me a fair election and get rid of those hackable E-machines..

9:07 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hello everyone,


Merchandising Fitzmas? Yeah, I should request an investigation. Any 50% of the profit should go to the Bill Biloxi Foundation!

"I would not place too much significance on the date of the 11th in regards to India.."


The 11th, the date, of course, isn't a significance! I agree.. It was just a tragedy in India! Yeah, the Gerbil wouldn't know Mumbai or Kashmir if it bit him! Remember, he thinks thst global warming is warming the globe!


Don't give up on the voting, Remember, someone in the past sacrifice his or her life for all of us to have the right to vote. Make your vote count in November!

9:10 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...

Hi Biloxi,

50% ? I'd go for 80% for the Biloxi foundation... Weddings are expensive! ;)

As for Voting, If they can guarantee me that my vote is gonna count I would vote Biloxi, but as it is now, that's a nebulous situation racket they got going..

9:13 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Don't live in fear of dying..

As for living in fear of dates because of "Terrorist" attacks I would say this..

You could miss the 11th and all of a sudden get hit by a car on the 15th...A rock can fall on your head on the 18th and a flood could overtake you on the 21st..

You're gonna die when it's time to...
Nobody can guarantee your life!
Security is bogus..

Advice: Live Your Life Free!

Free from Fear includes that! ;)

9:20 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Check this out...

2004 Election Flashback...

9:25 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Oh, now it is 80% for the Biloxi Foundation? If I told my girlfiend that was profiting 80% from the Biloxi Foundation, she would bug me for a new dress, new shoe, a pedicure, and massage.. And where will leave me? A broke man carrying a tin cup! With what is going down with the Gerbil and that the stuff will hit fan, maybe a weddingd out of the country will do. and I would tell my family and friends to wish me well and mail the gifts with the receipt. And of course, I would send my friends and family a $5.00 coupon for a bucket of chicken wings at KFC!

And what would you vote for Biloxi on?

9:27 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


Let me introduce to you: Department of Homeland Insanity. the people that who work there all the way up the food chain are just plain knuckleheads!

Almost five years after 9/11, Homeland Security list of nat'l critical assets includes 'ice cream parlor,' Sears Auto Center

9:36 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Oh, now it is 80% for the Biloxi Foundation? If I told my girlfiend that was profiting 80% from the Biloxi Foundation, she would bug me for a new dress, new shoe, a pedicure, and massage.. And where will leave me? A broke man carrying a tin cup!

*Welcome to my world Biloxi! ;)

With what is going down with the Gerbil and that the stuff will hit fan, maybe a wedding out of the country will do. and I would tell my family and friends to wish me well and mail the gifts with the receipt.

*Hmm...I hear Canadian Scenery is beautiful this time a year! You could bus the family into Canada, but since you won't have enough money to feed them they'll have to load up on Government Cheese! ;)

And of course, I would send my friends and family a $5.00 coupon for a bucket of chicken wings at KFC!

*I'll send you some I got left over..

And what would you vote for Biloxi on?

*Biloxi, I would happily pull the arm lever again on those manual paper versions if I could physically touch my Vote card and the person who's counting it could physically touch my Card and I wouldn't mind a bit if the "Election" took a week to get count the votes..

What's the hurry anyway ?

9:39 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Yep, Ex Fema Director Michael Brown was right about his assesment of Heir Chertoff and Homeland InSecurity...

9:45 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

GEF I was thinking again. Fitz can do so much with his name recognition now. I'd like him to write a book, have his own law firm and lecture on law/justice. No one can take from Fitz his knowledge or the fact that people all over the world know the United States has a prosecutor that fights for American Justice. I know he is respected by all his colleagues. Fitz can do what ever he was in his future he's earned that right. NO one knows what lays ahead but the little angel's is blessed and bright. Good things happen to good people who don't look for anything in return.

9:50 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Like the Phoenix - Freedom does not die as easily as the instituions twisted to evil purpose.

Truth, Justice and Real Democracy will rise from these ashes and
We will resurrect Free and Fair elections to honor both our ancestors and our children.

9:51 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Actually Fitz could go into consulting/mentoring attorneys and make a killing without even stepping into a courtroom. He'd have more money than Lee Iacocca had teeth!

I agree with that assessement of the "Special" Prosecutor. I believe that the word special really fits our friend Fitz! (hey that rhymed) ;)

There are rumors that Fitzgerald was a Bilderberg flying on the Net.

I've since reassesed that evaluation upon reading about him and his history!

Way to go on the Gambino's Fitz! ;)

9:58 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

GEF what does this mean
There are rumors that Fitzgerald was a Bilderberg flying on the Net.
I really dont' get it.

10:05 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


they were talking about a Dr Garret FitzGerald and they left out the first name so I thought it was Fitz...

I'm usually more detailed than that but every dog has his day...

10:07 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Oh and btw, as my title implies, I have assembled a list of Global Evildoers and persons of interests and their affiliations just like my name and your name is in some govt database somewhere in Brussels...

As Biloxi said, We're watching the watchers and nobody is mining the store..

So if the Globalists make a move against National interests we catch it on candid camera and freeze frame it for the world to see...

Slowly people are waking up to the truth and hopefully they can make wise choices! ;)

10:15 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

GEF I'm not that knowledgeable about Ireland so I googled the name.
Garret FitzGerald (born February 9, 1926) was the seventh Taoiseach of the Republic of Ireland, heading two coalition governments, from July 1981 to February 1982, and from December 1982 to June 1987.
You know a lot about Ireland's history are you a teacher or did you live in Ireland.

10:16 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Sorry did I say Brussels...
I meant Belgium...

10:17 PM  
Blogger The Subway Serenade said...

"Columnist Robert Novak said publicly for the first time Tuesday that White House political adviser Karl Rove was a source for his story outing the identity of CIA officer Valerie Plame."

Why wasn't he indicted? And why wasn't Novak indicted for outing Brewster Jennings?

10:19 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

I bet you have quite the database and how do you keep track of all the evildoers? Do you have people who work with you on that?

10:20 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


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10:21 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

How are you? Where have you been?

10:26 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Yes but Rove is cooperating with investigators...

He's squeeling like a pig in line for the roaster..


10:30 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Ok GEF I read the article about Garret FitzGerald. He's still alive.
At present FitzGerald is the Chancellor of the National University of Ireland. He is widely considered to have been the most successful leader of the modern Fine Gael party.

We don't get much about Ireland except the bad stuff. My daughter saw a movie about a lady who was killed because she told the police about a drug dealing giving drugs to kids. I looked at Fitz's relatives web site and Ireland is so beautiful and peaceful looking. I had a friend from Ireland and we joked she would take me there to kiss the blarney stone. She passed away but I know she is home now and smiling.

10:34 PM  
Blogger just say no to fascism said...

Put Karl Rove on a spit and roast that son of a bitch.
I'm sick of looking at his fat face.

10:37 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Read some stuff about Queen Beatrix

Another Bilderberg..

Her hobbies include Bilderberg meetings, planning, plotting and flying and traveling around the world to meet and deliver messages to heads of state and monarchs...

She's a very busy elite!

I wonder who's keeping an eye on her ?

10:40 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Here are some facts...

Although you hear of Bill Gates as the riches man in America on TV in fact there are elite families in America that are never mentioned in the media that have way more money than gates...

These are the power families that own the banks...

When people mention CEOs of America that's where they should look!

Richest Family in the World for Instance are the Rothchild Family!

There's no real record of their actual wealth but basically they own most of the planet!

10:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Say No to Fascism:

Now, now, now, let's not get nasty on the blog on Porkrind. You know that Porkrind's ass is grass. So, chill...Very soon, you won't see his face ever!


That's cold about the government cheese! My family and friend would think Biloxi is a cheap ass old man here. And you have to be really cheap to send me your left over chicken wings! What is this? Charity? And what kind of wedding am I having?
And as far as voting.. I say get the manual voting, electronic voting, and hand count voting and so on. As long as we don't repeat the the same mistakes in 2000 and 2004 stolen election!

And Canada sounds tempting? I'm telling you. The stuff going to hit the fan when the American people finally realize that for 5 years that they have been hosed by the Gerbil! All hell will break loose!

10:53 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

The Bilderberg members and their guests lists are truly "amazing"!!
And, Queen Beatrice's hubby was a Nazi! Hmmm and she has more power than most in Europe!

Speaking of banks and bankers...I watched a program on Abe Lincoln a few evenings ago..(while blogging) and they said it was suspected that Lincoln was assasinated by the world bankers!

11:00 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


That's cold about the government cheese! My family and friend would think Biloxi is a cheap ass old man here.

*Not cheap Biloxi...Thrifty, after all you don't live high off the hog on Graft money like politicians...

And you have to be really cheap to send me your left over chicken wings! What is this? Charity?

*If you put the food in expensive plates they'll think it's from a well to do catering house. Throw in a little garnish and presto...
Coronel Au Chateau.. ;)

And what kind of wedding am I having?

*Just say that this is how the rich marry in Canada...Although it's a little white lie it usually spares people's feelings and your pocket! ;)

And as far as voting..
I say get the manual voting, electronic voting, and hand count voting and so on. As long as we don't repeat the the same mistakes in 2000 and 2004 stolen election!

*Yep, I agree, but for that to happen all sides would have to inspect the source code of the machines before and after the election and that's a tall order...

And Canada sounds tempting?

*Yep, Just stay away from the French side...Alot of evildoers there..

I'm telling you. The stuff going to hit the fan when the American people finally realize that for 5 years that they have been hosed by the Gerbil! All hell will break loose!

*Well, that depends if the American people believe the story. Usually a rebuttal the next day causes doubt to form and the people sleep once again in blissfull ignorance...

Classic Chickenhawk tactics..

Time for my bubblebath!

g'nigh folks! ;)

11:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clearly these elites and royalty have inbred too much and gone insane.

Horsey faces, funky ears and black holes in their hearts.

11:07 PM  
Anonymous global evildoer fighter said...


Him and Kennedy..

Kennedy was going to abolish the Fed Bank..


11:08 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Yep, I had heard that too about JFK.

Goodnight crime fighter! :)

11:12 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Geez, I leave for a day. Fitz may lookin' for work-RR & Subway are back, India's bombed and there is an assination team on the loose-though Tom has had information change before, so don't invest in the kevlar just yet.

It was a hot one today. Lincoln Chaffee said to us: "President Bush said he prayed before he decided to go into this war and I am going to let him know he needs to pray about the war again." The other 4 congressmen with him said they all supported what we are doing.
Fitz sure won't have a problem getting a new job-hey Fitz come to Ohio if you really like to clean up corruption-if you think dc and chicago are bad...

11:17 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Geez, I leave for a day. Fitz may lookin' for work-RR & Subway are back, India's bombed and there is an assination team on the loose-though Tom has had information change before, so don't invest in the kevlar just yet.

It was a hot one today. Lincoln Chaffee said to us: "President Bush said he prayed before he decided to go into this war and I am going to let him know he needs to pray about the war again." The other 4 congressmen with him said they all supported what we are doing.
Fitz sure won't have a problem getting a new job-hey Fitz come to Ohio if you wanna to clean up corruption-if you think dc and chicago are bad...

11:18 PM  
Anonymous t said...

oops! thought it didn't post

11:19 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


I beginning to think that you sre reporter because you are doing some serious Q & A on me! I hope you get my good side!

"*If you put the food in expensive plates they'll think it's from a well to do catering house" Yeah, that certainly would be for the relatives that are only there for the food!

"*Not cheap Biloxi...Thrifty, after all you don't live high off the hog on Graft money like politicians..." Yeah, after reading about all of the officials and spending money lile water. I guess all of us on this blog are thrifty!

"*Yep, Just stay away from the French side...Alot of evildoers there.." Yeah, yeah, yeah! I'm on it, chief!

Let's not forget the Uncle Bens rice to throw for me and my gal. No 99 cent rice, please!

You have a wonderful evening and bubblebath. And I hope that you don't use the thrifty bubble bath because I hate for you to have a rash on any of your butt cheeks. That would be bummer.. Hehe...

11:23 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Well, looks like everybody went to bed. I should too, but I was blogging or I would have come to the "party" sooner :-) G'Night gotta make sure the ole brain is ready to argue the politicians-though I have found you really don't have to be smart to be in Congress. This isn't how it should be!

For tomorrow, did anyone see this? Boston Globe
Vermont judge rejects U.S. Supreme Court search ruling
GUILDHALL, Vt. --A Vermont District Court judge has rejected a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling on the power of police to search a private home, concluding that the state offers greater protections in such cases.

Judge Robert Bent said that under the state Constitution police must knock and announce themselves before conducting a search, even if they have a warrant, or face the prospect that any evidence they find could be thrown out.

The Supreme Court said June 15 that evidence obtained without first knocking could be used at trial, but Bent said that would not apply in Vermont.

"Evidence obtained in violation of the Vermont Constitution, or as the result of a violation, cannot be admitted at trial as a matter of state law," Bent wrote, citing an earlier state case as precedent. "Introduction of such evidence at trial eviscerates our most sacred rights, impinges on individual privacy, perverts our judicial process, distorts any notion of fairness and encourages official misconduct."

11:33 PM  
Blogger jan said...


You are such a leftest-naughty.

I love the way you spot & peg people :). You are our Champion!

11:36 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"You are such a leftest-naughty." Naughty? Tsk, tsk, tsk, Jan! Not naughty Jan! Let me just say I'm a leftest that just don't like to suger coat things or give the fluff fluff foo foo crap! But,hey, what can I say! I just looking out for my buddy, GEF! LOL!!!

Final posting:

Karl Rove will speak to a Latino group in California on Wednesday: Let’s go down memory lane with the Gerbil

NOW: Bush Says the National Anthem Ought to Be Sung in English.

Bush: “I think the national anthem ought to be sung in English, and I think people who want to be a citizen of this country ought to learn English and they ought to learn to sing the national anthem in English.” [4/28/06]

THEN: Undocumented Mexicans Who Had Crossed Illegally Were “Hard-Working Citizens”.

Bush: “We share values with Mexico. They’re common values — values that unite people, whether they live in the United States or whether they live in Mexico. And what are those values? … The willingness to work hard. America is known for our ability to work hard. Think about the Mexican worker who walks 500 miles across a desert to find work. Those are hard-working citizens. We share that very important value of people willing to roll up their sleeves and work hard.” [White House, 9/6/01]

NOW: Terrorists, Drug Dealers, and Criminals Sneak into the United States.

Bush: “To defend this country, we have to enforce our borders. When our borders are not secure, terrorists, drug dealers, and criminals find it easier to sneak into America. My administration has a clear strategy for dealing with this problem: We want to stop people from crossing into America illegally, and to quickly return the illegal immigrants we catch back to their home countries.” [White House, 10/22/05]

Bottom Line: The Rove Strategy Isn’t Working

Good night Jan, S-Q, GEF, nightowl, and fellow bloggers. Good night, John Boy! hehe! Had to get that in! Superman is hanging up his tights. I will certainly sleep like a baby tonight! Signing off!

11:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chicago Land needs to listen to the Cloak and Dagger, the Sears towers and bird flu ala the same evil-doers as before.

Sears Tower, same owner. Is the Mayor of Chicago in trouble?

12:05 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

GEF your not going to believe this
Thanks for the info on the Rothchilds look:

Dorothy Parker (August 22, 1893 – June 7, 1967) was an American writer and poet best known for her caustic wit, wisecracks, and sharp eye for 20th century Urban foibles. Also known as Dot or Dottie, Parker was born Dorothy Rothschild in the West End district of Long Branch, New Jersey where her parents had a summer home
I was born in Long Branch New Jersey I lived their most of my youth and graduated from Long Branch High. This is so interesting to know the one of the Rothchilds was born and lived in my hometown. Your a great history teacher I live history and world culture.

12:11 AM  
Blogger jan said...


Sleep well :*. ;) You're all good :)

12:26 AM  
Blogger jan said...

Hmmmm... I smell PlOY.

Army to End Expansive, Exclusive Halliburton Deal:


12:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No new target letters, no new indictments and no black Wednesdays for Neocons. Ann Coulter RULES!!!! Al Rogers/Rodgers is stalking Ann and she loves it. It feels good to be Conservative and be ME!

5:56 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Florida's crime rate dropped for the 14th straight year in 2005 to its lowest mark since 1971 because of tougher laws, increased financial support from the Legislature and law-abiding citizens with guns, Gov. Jeb Bush said Tuesday.

6:00 AM  
Anonymous t said...

For al, or is he really Novak?

Novak: Rove Was a Source in Outing Plame

6:30 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Top of the morning
T your right now all those who said Karl never said a thing about Plame well they were wrong good old Novak let the world know Karl told him too. Please remember Seal vs Seal because I know Karl hasn't forgotten nor has his attorneys. Have a great day all.

6:46 AM  
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No laws were broken. The only reason Libby was indicted was because he has a bad memory. No one has been indicted for the initial charge of outting a CIA agent. Her husband outted her long before Libby or Rove became involved.

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