Aug 4, 2006

TGIF...

Prosecutors mull pre-election indictments in Congress

I love summertime and seeing evil doers coming to justice.

Just say "No, thank you!" to graft.

110 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love summertime too..
but after reviewing the Huffington Post and looking at the demonstration..It is a sad state that this country and all around the world are in now..will we ever see peace again..?????????

9:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Israelis have now created an environmental disaster from the war with an oil spill in the Mediterranean and I think this should be reason enough to stop the war to allow cleanup crews to start the work before its too late.
I don't know, somebody on this blog said this is the summer from hell, and I tend to agree...
We need some good news for a change.
D

9:30 AM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

G`morning/afternoon/evening...all
Now, casual messages tell us the connections between honestly policy and Illuminaten business. New job for former chancellor:

Gerhard Schröder


The also following pictures show, who with whom has good relations:

Relations


And who would like itself to inform about this "organization" in the USA:

10:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

August 02, 2006
Unmerry "Fitzmas" For The New York Times

The Old Media's favorite Special Prosecutor, Patrick Fitzgerald is heading for a fall from grace. The non-partisan U. S. Attorney failed to deliver an indictment against Karl Rove and let it slip out that Valerie Plame was not covert and that her "outing" as a CIA employee didn't damage national. Now he is forcing The New York Times to hand over the telephone records of two journalists.

Fitzgerald is trying to determine if government officials leaked information to Judith Miller and Philip Shenon about a 2001 FBI investigation of two Islamic charities with "alleged" links to al Qaeda, the Holy Land Foundation and the Global Relief Fund. The reporters contacted members of the group and either intentionally or inadvertently tipped them off to an impending raid.

Who would believe that reporters for "the newspaper of record" would do anything to undermine national security?

Apparently Fitzgerald does. Merry Fitzmas, Pinch!

http://www.jeffgannon.com/
archives/general/index.html

Ack! This made forget what I was trying to look up but please, please I hope you find evidence to shut these loser up forever. He's another Ann Coulter. (Talk about someone who had things leaked to him.)

10:23 AM  
Blogger Mrs. X said...

Good Morning to everyone!

It sounds like Bob Ney and William Jefferson are the next targets for indictments. It is a shame that there so much corruption happening on Capitol Hill with Congress. I hope in November that the people will choose the appropriate candidates to serve the public honestly. Unfortunately, we are paying a big price for Congress that constantly rubber stamp the President's bills. I am hoping that the people get to the polls cove November and vote.

10:35 AM  
Anonymous Al Rodgers/Rogers said...

...and i hope you tromp all over me with those stilettos one night.

10:49 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!

LOL *falls back laughing as AL ROGERs bubble bursts on his ego stroked head*

More neocon indictments on the way and unstoppable this time....

I somehow know you played a big part in bringing this about Fitz, Biloxi..... SO THANK YOU AGAIN!!!!

Three cheers to justice! I say start with Ed Bucks "Buckham" and have 'em all start pleaing guilty before November....

Ed Buckham to you: "I did not have sexual relations with that lobbyist."

:-D

Now seriously, I don't care who thinks they are going to get into congress. The indictments need to be served and these sacks of corruption dragged off to prison, then hopefully Diebold will just flat get out of the elections business....and we can prosecute the neocons until we elect a NEW un-corrupted Congress....

>o)

Karl Rove's number is up as well, he just thinks he's out of the woods...

10:53 AM  
Blogger Mrs. X said...

Al Rodgers/Rogers:

I don't think so. You are not my type!

10:54 AM  
Blogger ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha said...

Well looks like there's a new blogger in town! Thanks for the compliment on the sunglasses Mrs X.
Roger, I'm watching you, you better behave! LOL!
Al is such a Troll, Mrs X! people just ignore him around here, he cannot hold any kind of intelligent conversation about anything.
And wouldn't it be better if the guilty were indicted before November? I'm just saying...

10:58 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Good morning all,
I know the Prosecutors will indict when they need to and they don't worry about the elections. I'm sure the GOP is worried because they have a lot at stake! LOL

Hey, Phoenix Police have arrested two suspects in our serial shooters case here. Three cheers for your relentless hard work guys!! :)

11:04 AM  
Blogger Mrs. X said...

Ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha:

That's for the warm welcome and the heads up about the Al guy. What a jerk. I deal with men like that in my corporate office.. I will do my best to ignore that guy.
Yes, it would be nice if the guilty are indicted in November. This way we can start impeachment hearings for the President. I am so sick of him! He certainly left New York City in a tough spot financially.

11:05 AM  
Anonymous Al Rodgers/Rogers said...

Please reconsider. I'm very a unique man being one of a handful of Bush hangerons.

Heck, I'll probably be the last infact.

But if not that's OK, I'd just be pretending you were Ann Coulter the whole time anyway.

11:05 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Al Rodgers,

Bettar tell your "boss" Dr. Blass he can expect to get the shiny handcuffs, and the Federal Reserve is going to have to pay back EVERY LAST DOLLAR that Daddy Rothschild stole.....

Federal Reserve PAY UP: This is not a "Lesbian in the Closet Clinton" drill.

:oD

11:06 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

TGIF!

In the news:

Fitz, you better find a way to Indonesia to pick up your Krispy Kremes!

Krispy Kreme says firm to open shops in Indonesia


CHICAGO, Aug 4 (Reuters) - Krispy Kreme Doughnuts Inc. (KKD.N: Quote, Profile, Research) on Friday said it has awarded rights to develop its doughnut shops in Indonesia to PT Premier Doughnut Indonesia, which plans to open 20 shops over the next five years.

Senate Millionaires Against Raising The Minimum Wage

11:08 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Mrs. X:
Welcome to Fitz's blog! :)

Roger:
You are so funny! You, SPB and GEF just crack me up! LMAO

Ha ha ha ha:
You keep an eye on Roger and I will keep an eye on SPB and GEF! We'll keep these guys in line! LOL

11:10 AM  
Blogger Mrs. X said...

"Please reconsider. I'm very a unique man being one of a handful of Bush hangerons."

You got to be kidding here, right? LOL! For one thing, I hate men that beg. And you are certainly the begging type. And all your charm don't impress me. Find some other blogger to pick on! I'm married to my work!

S-Q:

Thank you for the warm welcome!

ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha,ha:

You are right. That joker is a piece of work.

Got to run.. Have a lunch date waiting for me.. See you back on the blog later. Ciao!

11:16 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Top of the morning all
Hillary said the right thing about Rummy. Warner should join Rummy in the nursing home. Bush is now trying to bring chaos to Cuba. Now we know Israel's plan of just taking land back nothing to do with kidnapped soldiers. Indictments should be charged against Congressman.
Let's see in 5 years Bush has managed to break down relations of must of US friends, major debt, bring racism back, corrupt our government and use God's name for evil. Talk about for-filling the bible prophecy by bring hate and chaos to the world. Now that's George W. Bush's legacy.

11:16 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Hey Fitz and Biloxi,

Didn't Arlen neocon Specter commit tax fraud on his 5190 forms just like HARRIET MIERS???

Arlen Specter creates bill that would merely ALLOW the "administration" to submit the NSA program to FISA for review...

I say indict Specter before he has a chance to move with this officially bad bill, BAD LAW, conceived by criminals which would allow his fellow neocons to ignore FISA.

Make it a REQUIRED measure that FISA must review it, and if its illegal begin impeachment measures.

A REQUIRED measure is different from an "optional" one, and proves our crooks in congress deserve to be slapped with indictments.

Also, stall the entire thing until after November, when we have a clean slate of congress.......

11:17 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Specter should seriously step down in his position because he is worthless as a 4 dollar bill! That is man so out of tuch these days. He is Joe Lickerman replica. Kissing up to the Gerbil on one hand then slamming him on the other hand.. And way to go Kennedy, Feingold, and Durkin for sticking to their guns. Amd I hope that it is stalled until November. There will be a lot of cleaning uo to do in Congress. For one thing, I highly recommend that none of the people of Congress get a pay raise or a cost of living raise. It should based of each individual's performance. Now, if a company does that for their employees, then I think Congress should get the same treatment.

11:25 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Biloxi,

And just like a real company, INCLUDING Enron, the stock investors should be given back the full payment of their damages plus interest.

The voters should therefore be given back the tax dollars stolen from them by Jack Abramoff!

That means every graft soaked politician, like Arlen Specter, William Jefferson, Conrad Burns needs to PAY THE PIPER!!!!!!

Before the elections at that, NO WAITING!!!!!

Because just like any other company, if you fail your job then- you're FIRED! So let the indictments roll, let the natural justice process take its course.....

And 'roll em up.

11:30 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Top o' the mornin' JB's and FB's...
welcome mrs.x...love the leg shot!

It's a beautiful day here in Michigan, finally! Hope everyone
is staying cool!

BRING ON THE INDICTMENTS!!!!

11:43 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Speaking of rampant stupidity, it looks like Senator Conrad Burns just found his new job!!!!

"Burns included $5 million for "biological detection of unexploded ordnance and land mines" in the Defense Department spending bill that the full Senate debated Thursday. House and Senate negotiators still must hammer out details of the final bill.

The researchers estimate the total program cost at $15 million over five years. Congress at Burns' request appropriated money in previous defense spending bills for the bee research, including $1.9 million in fiscal year 2005 and $2.8 million in fiscal 2006.

The researchers' first obstacle, they say, is credibility. It seems people have a hard time wrapping their heads around the concept of bomb-finding bees.

"When Jerry first approached me to be part of this group, I snickered," said Steven Rice, professor of electronics at UM. "I am convinced. ... We have gone through the prototyping, we've built a couple, we've tested them, I think we have a high degree of accuracy and I think it works well."

To convince potential users, they plan demonstrations at overseas sites, including Croatia, Afghanistan, South Africa, Qatar and Turkey. Bromenshenk said that if the funding is approved, those demonstrations could begin next summer.

The researachers aim to perfect a complete system that users can buy off the shelf. They can currently deploy the system out of the back of a Suburban, but it needs be smaller, they said.

"Once we can do that and take it to someone's site, it sells itself at that point," said David Firth, business professor at UM."


Burns returns to what he's good at: Zapping bugs and creating insects!!!

The Defense Department Bill would allow insects and bugs to detect bombs, says Burn's spokesperson.

Well now we know what Burns real job has always been, he's about to become Tom Delay the bugman exterminator from Montana!!!!!

:oD

What a disgrace to everything about Congress, get that terminally-ill FLY SWATTER fitted with indictments and ousted!!!!!!!!!

11:43 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,


More in the news:

From the Carpetbaggar report:

•In Tennessee, former Chattanooga Mayor Bob Corker (R) and Rep. Harold Ford Jr. (D) easily won their respective primaries and will face off in November in the state's open Senate race.

Good luck, Ford!


From Leftcoaster:

Only 113,000 Jobs?
by Steve Soto

Yes, the Bush Economy is slowing down, just as the midterms approach and just as Karl Rove planned to run on it this fall. The Labor Department reported that only 113,000 new jobs were created across the nation in July, which was below the prediction of economists that an anemic 145,000 new jobs would be created last month.
And for all those Bush cheerleaders who ignore the jobs number to boast about a relatively meaningless unemployment rate number, there’s no silver lining there either, as the unemployment rate went up to 4.8% in July, contrary to expectations that it would hold steady at 4.6%. And the time the unemployed spent searching for work jumped from 16.2 weeks in June to 17.3 weeks in July.


The Gerbil and the GOP will have a tough sell to the American people in November.

And, remember this guy? Former DHS nominee?


Officials Say Kerik Faces a Second Investigation

Former Police Commissioner Bernard B. Kerik is under federal investigation for possible financial improprieties unrelated to the crimes he pleaded guilty to last month in state court, two law enforcement officials said yesterday.

11:52 AM  
Anonymous boo radley said...

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12:02 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

SPB this one's for you

Well, in his analysis that Lieberman is gunning to be Bush's next Secretary of Defense

Now you know why Lieberman was kissing Bush. Yes Rummy will go to the nursing home as Holy Joe is appointed. If only for a short time anyway.

12:15 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

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Let me make something plain. This is not a movie that divides, but a movie that unites. Aaron does not work like Michael Moore, who plays to the Left to increase polarization. Aaron's movie plays to the whole country. It doesn't take sides. It's not Democrat or Republican, it's not left, not right, but dead on.

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How could a single movie be that important?

Because it will change forever Americans' false perception of how things work here. Everybody has to see this movie. This is the tool we've been waiting for. It's non-violent, it's ruthlessly honest, and it can change America. Everybody who sees this movie gets it. The light goes on. Nobody has ever explained so much in one place before.

Without your help, Aaron has only enough steam to open in New York City on July fourth. After that, nothing will happen unless every one of us helps him.

If we help Aaron now, here's what he can do.

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The revolution televised

12:23 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Jackie:

I just read from Andrew Sullivsn's blog about his prediction that Lieberman is eyeing Rummy's job. You both could be right. And it is good timing.. The Gerbil's strategy could be if Lieberman loses in November, replace Rummy with Lickerman. Now, if Lickerman wins in November, then either Rummy stays or the Gerbil will eye for another buttkisser to take Rummy's place. Rummy can be indespensible to Daddy Gerbil but not to King Gerbil. That is Daddy's decision. But, Lieberman is connected a lot more to the Gerbil family with Enron. And that could be a big disaster to the Gerbil family.. But, you nitice that the Gerbil hasn't come to rescue for Rummy.

Speaking of the Gerbil...

From Thinkprogress:

George W. Bush’s priority: Clearing brush.
President Bush arrived here Thursday evening to begin a 10-day stretch at his Prairie Chapel ranch, his longest planned period away from Washington during this summer vacation season. […]
[Bush] plans to spend most of the coming month out of town. He has planned long weekends at Camp David and the Bush family compound in Kennebunkport, Maine, for August, before returning to Texas before the Labor Day weekend.


And where is Laura and Shug?

12:34 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Folks it looks like Rothschild is busy behind the scenes, doing something nobody would expect....

Iran unleashes the bombshell: Osama Bin Laden's son has been released from prison!!!!

Iran is now being played by the illuminati, to deliberately stir up a new world war between Iran, Lebanon and Israel.

Iran has provoked the "neozionists" by claiming to let Bin Laden's son go free to murder everybody. This seems like a totally crazy decision on its face, but when you look at the illuminati pulling the strings...

It makes alot of "economic" sense....somebody's out to start a war worth trillions of dollars here!! Plus the real Bin Laden is gone, this might as well be Tim Osman the fake CIA asset's son.

Ho boy!!!

12:45 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Well, well, Bush has arrived in Crawford and CNN showed he and his dog getting off AF1. CNN said Condi was to join him soon....
So, Jackie, to answer your question, looks like Shug is on vacation with her "husband"...

But, the question for today is, where in the world is Laura??

1:12 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

S-Q,

According to WMR, Laura is in Alaska! Don't know if she is still vacationing. If so, then Shug and the Gerbil will certainly have a quite of number of shags before Laura headed home!

In other news:

This is more interesting poll woth Lickerman:

Poll: More Republicans like Lieberman than Democrats

This is no surprise!

1:17 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Well, SPB, I think this warrants an investigation, regarding the President shagging his staff!! What do you say?

Ohhhh...is this Clinton's fault too? LOL LMAO

1:37 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

The war on terror is great for business

1:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I know they would blame Clinton on that!

Just look for the kiss and tell and tell all books by the servants on the WH giving all of the juicy story of shags from the Gerbil and Shug and nighttime sneaking by Shug to the Gerbil's room. Oh, and look for one of the servants to keep Shug's red thong that reads: "shag this my little bushtail" and sell the thong on Ebay to the highest bidder and her story to the Globe and National Enquirer!

1:48 PM  
Blogger Mrs. X said...

That's so funny, Mr. Biloxi!

Love the name "The Gerbil" for the President. He does resemble a rat. Maybe gerbil will do. Now, who is Shug? Let me know about that. It sounds type of soap opera!

1:57 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Mrs. X:

Shug is Condi. It is a pet name.. You get soe of the pet name that we call ceetain officials. But, you know there has been suspicous about Condi and the Gerbil. And you pick up the name Gerbil really quick.. But, there will be alot more info about Condi and the President and their relationship when his Presidency is over.. I was just being sarcastic about the thong and all.. But, you never know!

2:03 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Another story that CNN just reported...and I am searching on the net for this one.

RE: A video on the internet that makes fun of Al Gore and global warming, more less a smear campaign against Al Gore's movie.

It appeared to have been made by an amateur, however, when a reporter contacted him, the guy wouldn't talk.

So, the invesitgative reporter tracked the routing numbers and found it belonged to a "lobbying" firm...the same one that works with "EXXON-MOBILE" !!!

2:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't get it Roger. where do you find evidence that the Illuminati influenced Iran on Sonny bin Laden?

Also, if the Mossad so easily killed thousands on 911, why did they only torture Fisher instead of knocking him off if he has so much goods on them??

That was the main eyebrow raiser here when I first came across Fishers story. A homeless man would be so very easy to dispose of.

I see again today where none in Congress take him seriously including Conyers and the
Kennedys.

2:07 PM  
Blogger Mrs. X said...

Mr. Biloxi:

Thanks for the clarification. Iwill now start calling him the Gerbil. There have been talks about the relationship between Condi or Shug and the Gerbil for quite some time. No one wants to talk about it. And I picked up the Gerbil as the Prez. I only referred to the Prez as a rodent under my breath. And I did laugh at your comment about the thong. But, anything goes in Washington. After hearing about Randy Cunningham and reading Vanity Fair about his sex sprees, I wouldn't be surprised about Rice and the Prez Gerbil. And talk about moral values!

2:11 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

Be aware of this!

“The Defense Department quietly asked Congress
on Monday to raise the maximum age for military recruits to 42 for all branches of the service.”


http://www.armytimes.com/story.php?f=1-292925-983408.php

2:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

They want more enlistees. So what?

This blog's owner supports the troops and links to vaious charities concerning them.

Beware of what? A coming conscription? lol

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

More news:


From TPMMuckraker:

Can't wait until Tuesday!


Pro-Lieberman Lobbyist/Heckler Refuses Questions

Over at TPMCafe, Greg Sargent has been tracking the brewing kerfuffle involving a Lieberman-friendly D.C. lobbyist who popped up at a Ned Lamont event to heckle the progressive challenger, have his picture taken, and give pithy quotes to reporters.
Sargent got the lobbyist, Richard F. Goodstein, on his cell phone -- some fun ensues. Unfortunately, he didn't help Greg figure out what he was doing up there, who was paying for him to be there, and if he was coordinating his efforts with the Lieberman campaign


This next article is the knucklehead comment of the day!

From Crooks and Liars:

John McCain: “It’s Like A Game of Whack-A-Mole”

John McCain was questioning the generals on the progress in Iraq, Afghanistan and the war on Terror as a whole during a Senate briefing. While questioning the decision move the troops from one section of Iraq to another in order to fight the insurgencies, he made the analogy of it feeling like a game of Whack-A-Mole.

I am sure the dead soldiers and families will understand that this whole war is like playing Whack-A-Mole! Bad choice of words from the Maverick!

2:26 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"They want more enlistees. So what?"

If they want enlistees, then I suggest the 534 people in Congress that didn't sent their son and daughters or favored the war to send their pathetic butts there! Maybe, we can get some decent and honest Congress people in Capitol Hill!

2:31 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
I had a dream last night that Fitz was the Attorney General! WOW! I think I was smiling in my sleep! :)

2:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's no answer. They more servive people, again...so what? lol

Just another waste of bandwidth space rant.

Voluteer military...get it?

No one can "send" anyone.

sheesh.............

2:42 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"I had a dream last night that Fitz was the Attorney General! WOW! I think I was smiling in my sleep!"

I don't think Fitz is interested in working in that form of politics giving Gonzo's current record as Attorney General. And Ashcroft was worthless as AG! I just don't see Fitz in that position.. He is too honest for that! Now, a dream that would have me smiling when that becomes a reality when Gonzo is history, the house of cards in the WH is destroyed, Rove and the Ambien Cheney are convicted, and the Gerbil is impeached!

2:43 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
I guess that was why I was smiling...having someone as honest as Fitz as AG! It would be refreshing! Or, breathtaking, as Fitz says! :)

2:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Jackie was right on the money about Lickerman! Cheers!

Lieberman to call for Rumsfeld resignation

3:02 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
Now look for DeLay, Santorum, Harris, et al...to do the same regarding Rummy Dummy! LOL They're like rats chasing one another from the sinking ship!

3:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ann Coulter RULES, Al Rogers/Rodgers is the MAN!!! No new target letters, indictments and no black fridays for Neocons.

How sweet it is.

3:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An Embarrassment of Riches for Lieberman's Challenger
Only a day after Ned Lamont criticized Wal-Mart for its wages and benefits, the Connecticut Senate Democratic hopeful explains his ownership of stock in the retail giant

3:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Posted Friday, Aug. 04, 2006
Ned Lamont, the Democratic challenger who faces off against incumbent Joe Lieberman in Tuesday's Connecticut primary, has run into another problem with his multi-million dollar stock portfolio. Last spring the anti-war candidate had to deal with revelations that he owned up to $50,000 worth of stock in Halliburton, the services giant that has been at the center of controversy over its lucrative post-war contracts in Iraq. And now, only a day after he took Wal-Mart to task at a campaign stop in Bridgeport, a review of his personal financial disclosure forms has revealed that he owns between $2,000 and $30,000 worth of Wal-Mart stock in two managed accounts.

3:30 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Below is the Al Gore "you tube" video that was made by the lobbying firm that works for EXXON.

Al Gore's Penguin Army

3:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Don't count your chickens before they hatch. He who laughs last, laughs the loudest.

3:33 PM  
Blogger Mrs. X said...

New York utility giving $3 blackout credit


NEW YORK, Aug. 4 (UPI) -- Three dollars is all New Yorkers can receive for suffering through several days without power during a current heat wave

The New Yorkians are certainly not excited about this! It has cooled down here. Finally got a break from the heat! I enjoy reading the comments on the blog. Some strange and some are not. Everyone have a safe and wonderful weekend! Ciao!

3:35 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

And have a good weekend too, Mrs. X!

More in the news:

Senate to Negroponte: stop stonewalling.

Two weeks ago, Harper’s reported that National Intelligence Director John Negroponte was stonewalling the creation of a new National Intelligence Estimate on Iraq because he knew the findings would be even more pessimistic than the 2004 version. Today, the Senate today passed an amendment, proposed by Sen. Edward Kennedy (D-MA), that requires Negroponte to produce the new NIE.

From TPMMuckraker:

There is more info about the Connecticut Heckler who was at the Lemont event!


Connecticut Heckler Has a Tricky Past


It turns out, this recent flap isn't the first time Goodstein's been in hot water. Way back in 1983, Goodstein -- then a lawyer for the doomed Mondale for President campaign -- "surreptitiously took" a notebook from a Philadelphia office in order to hide the nature of the campaign's scheme to use rather flimsy outside organizations to evade fundraising laws. The action was disclosed in a 1985 book and reported in the Washington Post. (The notebook was returned soon after Goodstein took it, the paper reported; the FEC discovered the ruse, and Mondale -- after losing 49 states to Ronald Reagan -- paid over $379,000 in fines.)
As Goodstein told the Washington Post (article not online) at the time of its article on the topic: "It was the middle of a campaign and the stakes were high. . . It seemed to be the thing to do at the moment."
Since the 1980s, Goodstein has worked as a lobbyist specializing in waste issues.


It iwll be interesting if there proof of any connection to Lieberman!

3:42 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Hmmm..

From Americablog:

Sen. Lautenberg (D-NJ) thinks Lieberman will drop out of general election race if he loses decisively to Lamont this coming Tuesday


The tide is not going well for Lieberman, and if he loses by as much as polls are now suggesting - note to self: never trust polls - then it will be a rather major career-ending embarrassment for Lieberman. The only thing more embarrassing would be to continue fighting after such a decisive defeat.

Lautenberg also said he'd support whoever is the Democratic nominee - further bad news for Lieberman.

3:58 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

Here is preview of what the GOP's strategy and homestretch campaigning between now and November election.


Raw Story acquires 91-page Republican playbook for 'homestretch' campaigning


The document, signed by Senators Rick Santorum (R-PA) and Kay Bailey Hutchison (R-TX), reveals plans to focus Republican Senatorial campaigns on three themes

1.Next week, Republicans will tout efforts to "secure America's prosperity," through a variety of programs. Plans for small business health insurance pooling, spending reductions, increased domestic oil drilling, and "permanent death tax reform" are all to be pushed at the state level.

2. Mid-month, Republicans are expected to shift gears, instead focusing voter's attention on a variety of values-based initiatives. "Democrats oppose preserving a clear definition of marriage, are blocking child custody protections, and have obstructed the confirmation of fair judges," the document reads. "Republicans are committed to protecting these traditional values by fostering a culture of life, protecting children, banning internet gambling and upholding the rule of law."
3. Republicans then plan to spend the month's remaining two weeks promoting the party's efforts in regard to homeland security.

4:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jesus! Does this guy ever stop?

All day and night finding and posting nit picking little articles. One after another!

Dude! Get a life!

4:24 PM  
Anonymous Need a life said...

"All day and night finding and posting nit picking little articles. One after another!

Dude! Get a life!"

You get a life! As a matter of fact, get a job!

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

Folks,

There is really something going on with Shug and the Gerbil. Check this out and watch the video!

Mr. and Mrs. Condi Rice?

George Bush has been acting a little strange, even for him, lately. There was the open mike slip at the G-8, followed by that neck message caught on camera. Combine that with the report of Laura Bush's stay at the Mayflower Hotel, and well, you have the context for the following video.
George and Condi are strolling with his arm around her shoulder. She does not look at all uncomfortable at the thought of her boss touching her like that. Suddenly, George does a "hands off" move as if someone off camera signalled him to stop.

4:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.faulkingtruth.com/
Articles/Investing101/1049.html

5:00 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

SPB -- really enjoyed the video...LOL @ someone waving at Dumbya to take his hands off Condisleezey

And to think, caught all on FAUX news...LMAO

I heard today that she will be joing him this weekend in Crawford -- Shock and Awe again!

5:17 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

CC:

Now the million dollar question is where is Laura and will she be back in Crawford?

I know. Isn't that amazing that the news media that covered Shug and the Gerbil was Faux news of all people! We certainly will not see that on the other news channel!

Man, don't they have no shame! And I know that he does not look that way when he is with Laura. I sware he look like as though he doesn't want to touch Laura!

5:22 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB and CC:
Laura is always walking behind the gerbil...never see them walking side by side like with the shug...

Oh the screenplay this will be SPB!
Coming soon to a theatre near you!
"The Sin and the Sinful"--written and directed by Special Prosecutor Biloxi.
Starring- the gerbil as himself and the shug...ah...as herself too!
LOL LMAO ROFL

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

Hey CC:

I spoke too soon. Laura is not in Alaska. She did a fundraiser in Ohio for a canddidate who is trailing in the polls. And today:

Laura Bush speaks on young people at DU

First Lady Laura Bush came to Denver Friday as part of her campaign to persuade Americans to get involved with America’s youth

After her speech, Mr. Bush remained to hear other speakers at the conference including Tom Tillapaugh, founder of the Denver Street School.

http://www.rockymountainnews.com/drmn/local/article/0,1299,DRMN_15_4894549,00.html

It doesn't say when she will be returning to Crawford. When the cat is away, the mice will play!

5:28 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I didn't see your comments, S-Q! The screenplay should be called Shag City.

The city where love, sex, money, and greed is for sale.

5:34 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Folks,

I couldn't help but passing along this article. I am still laughing about this. These crooks that get caught use the most oddest defenses. This is a new one: The Katrina Defense. I don't think I can be in courtroom with this case without laughing on the floor! Hold your laughter!

Thieving White House Adviser: Katrina Made Me Do It


A dispatch from the McClatchy Newspapers Washington Bureau:
Former White House adviser Claude Allen tearfully pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor theft charge Friday, telling a Montgomery County judge that he lost his bearings after working 14-hour days and getting little sleep in the "tumultuous time" after Hurricane Katrina.
"Something did go very wrong," said Allen, who began crying during his remarks to the court. "I failed to restrain myself ... I did not appreciate what was going on."
That's right, folks: Katrina made him shoplift. On twenty-five separate occasions.
The judge gave Allen two years' criminal probation, 40 hours of community service, and $1350 in fines. If he stays out of trouble for the length of his probation, the conviction will be removed from his criminal record.


You folks can now laugh. There is no more that I can on this article!

5:45 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

SPB:
Rummy blames the weather for the failure in Iraq! So, now, Allen blames Katrina for his stealing from Target?
What's next? The gerbil blames the roses in the Rose Garden for his failures?
These people are incredible! I am serious! They missed their calling and they should have all been actors! LOL LMAO

5:56 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

TV snap-shot...arrival...look, if you can, on her shoulder...?

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

"They missed their calling and they should have all been actors! LOL LMAO"

I ahd to laugh at your comment but it is true. They should been actors. But, I must say that they a very bad actors. And I'm just waiting for another criminal caught in graft to come out of the woodwork to say that he/she was abducted by aliens..That will be next! Then, I will know that this country is really screwed up with acting politicans in office! Amazing!

6:01 PM  
Anonymous sticky fingers claude allen said...

(sniff, sniff)...Katrina made me do it.. I want my mommy and my blankie...

6:04 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

After her speech, Mr. Bush remained to hear other speakers at the conference including Tom Tillapaugh, founder of the Denver Street School.
---------------------
SPB:
Don't you mean "MRS." and not "MR."?? I mean, Mr. Bush was seen getting off AF1 in Crawford today with his dog! But, who knows? Maybe the aliens grabbed him and dropped him in Denver? LOL

6:08 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

SPB I saw the video and Bush looked so happy like it was Christmas. Yes these two are in love and it shows. I looked at the picture dream soldier had and it was a pure photo op but with Connie Bush looked like he was walking on clouds. Who knows Connie might become the first Black First Lady remember Charles and Carmilla.
Ya I know Lieberman will get the job when they kick Rummy out. Look for Israel to get most of the Defense budget and US Treasury.
As for homeland security well the terror can get on a plane easier then an American. Look the Middle East has brought up most of the property in the US so homeland security is a joke. Remember I told you that the Middle East leaders were smart notice Bin Lidens son is out to continue working in his interest. Now that Bush busted Plame's cover Iran is free from any information that the US might have gotten. So much for national security.

6:10 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

S-Q,

Rummy is ready for the slammer!!! Did you happen to notice lots of people talking about Jeff Fisher now!???

In D.C. he is becoming the talk of town, both good and bad!!!!

http://la.indymedia.org/news/2006/08/172730.php

Link going around proving Jeff Fisher's torture by Mossad.

The whole story coming unraveled, NO MORE FRAUD for any elections...

teak,
You gotta see the full thing too, the MCFCT is who trained these early election fraud experts. That stands for Multijurisdictional Drug Counter Force basically, they are like a boot camp for kids!

The neocons literally used this as ground zero for the fraud, and training all around the nation!!!!

Also SPB,
It looks like Dr. Blass has shot himself in the foot with the "Gotcha" defense!!!!! He is now openly admitting in all his writings, that he was one of the programmers for George Bush's election!!!

What kind of a arrogant fruitcake, let alone a neocon zionist from another country.... ADMITS to their own crimes!?!??

I bet he's just expecting, like that dolt Al Rogers that the world will forget it!!! HAH!!!! What a total maroon....

Everybody in D.C. check the evidence, and contact Robert Kennedy INSIST on election fraud hearings. And I mean rattle their ear off, but be NICE to RFK!!
He's on your side...but he also doesn't have much money to fight them.

Oh and to reach Jeff Fisher please use this email: americanpatriotjefffisher@gmail.com

Thanks!!!

To the end of the neocons...
Mrs X, you are right.......I have a certain obligation to keep the illuminati bankster "Amschel Mayer Rothschild" awake at night!

We gotta all do our part you know...personally I want to see Rothschild prosecuted, just like my brother who would love to watch. And I have this funny dream about Fitzgerald prosecuting Rothschild for tax fraud, because he's a cool prosecutor. He has his own blog, life, mainframe computer built into him and if he needs to prosecute someone......he goes after them for the sake of justice only!!!!! :oD

I kind of wish I had that experience too and got to watch how they work, its such a rare thing when you're in a corrupt country. ;-)

6:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

ATLANTA, Georgia (CNN) -- Respondents to a CNN poll released Friday were nearly evenly split on President Bush's handling of the current conflict in the Middle East.

Forty-six percent of 1,047 Americans participating in the telephone poll, conducted by Opinion Research Corporation for CNN, said they disapproved of Bush's handling of the crisis, while 43 percent said they approved. Ten percent had no opinion.

Overall, Bush's job approval rating continues a slow climb, but the majority of Americans -- 59 percent -- said they disapprove of how Bush is handling his job as president. Forty percent said they approved.

The approval numbers are a jump from previous polls. In April, only 32 percent said they approved of the way Bush was handling his job, and 60 percent disapproved. Since then, his approval numbers have been creeping upward.

6:56 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Jackie said:

"As for homeland security well the terror can get on a plane easier then an American."

OMG -- you nailed that one, Jackie...you really have a way with words...LOL...it's so true...

7:02 PM  
Anonymous CNN said...

"Since then, his approval numbers have been creeping upward."

Yep they are creeping upward his ass alright...somebody is delusional...

7:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"CNN said", I know. CNN is an arm of the Far Right Wing Conspiracy. How can we believe anything they say when they publish a poll showing Bush's approval ratings are going up?

7:10 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

google: wikipedia Leo Wanta

7:24 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Thank you Chimp for your kind words and I love your web site.
I wonder who will do the movie about the 5 years the United States was under siege. I heard Connie trying to talk to the Cuban people with the Bush propaganda and wanting the people to think of the Bush Administration as friends. With friends like Bush you wont need enemies as that's what he is a snake.

7:27 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

dream,

There are basically two whistleblowers which will become the most hated but also praised people around in the next month.

And they'll be the most talked about whistleblowers of the year as well as hated....but later praised.

One) Congressional candidate Jeff Fisher. He will force a showdown with AIPAC, in which the election fraud comes boiling to the surface and everyone sees how these stooges crawled into office.

Two) Ambassador Leo E. Wanta He will force a showdown with the Federal Reserve banking cartel, in which the money is forced to be released and every single person sees how the Neocons stole 27 trillion dollars.

Mark my words, the evidence will just keep iling up and every neocon will scream the "anti-semite" defense.....as their election FRAUD and FRAUDULENT banking come crashing down around their ass!!!!!!

nomorefraud

bringing down the bank

READ them all to see just "why" these will be the most memorable escapades and whistleblowers yet........

:o)

8:01 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

This comment has been removed by a blog administrator.

8:12 PM  
Blogger dream-soldier said...

I lost my toys

8:22 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"As for homeland security well the terror can get on a plane easier then an American."

LOL!

That was funny!

I think at this point in order to not get caught in the metal detector at the airport, we all might as well strip nude with one hand holding your ID and other holding your crouch! Other than DHS is a joke!

8:52 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Roger:
What do you think about this new book regarding 9/11, "Without Precedent," written by the Chairmen of the investigation, Kean and Hamilton? I guess the book will go on sale Aug. 15th.

9:34 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Here is more about the book:

WASHINGTON - The Sept. 11 commission was so frustrated with repeated misstatements by the Pentagon and FAA about their response to the 2001 terror attacks that it considered an investigation into possible deception, the panel’s chairmen say in a new book.

Republican Thomas Kean and Democrat Lee Hamilton also say in “Without Precedent” that their panel was too soft in questioning former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani — and that the 20-month investigation may have suffered for it.

9:36 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

S-Q,

Are you aware that Thomas Kean is a Zionist Neocon playing both good cop/bad cop and that his first loyalty is Israel?

That's another overlooked fact by our trained "neocon" media....

Kean made the Kean commission, to conduct a total farce. The very fact that he now wants to blame THE AMERICAN MILITARY, and start pretending to be the Good Cop speaks volumes.

Read the latest here once again....

no more fraud

The neocons are trained to DECEIVE....they play both ends, against the middle since we live in a ZOG (Zionist Occupied Government).

And even though the Justice Department, Secret Service and everyone is fed up with it.....they can't get rid of it either without causing a constitutional crisis.

So, these fanatics play both ends against the middle and make you hate the other side....Pretty soon they will make you love Dershowitz. Or they will want you to COMMEND Piotr Blass for his election fraud, or they will "command" you or applaud you when you agree with them Michael Chertoff has helped tear down the 9-11 lie.

You see, its all a sadistic game to the neocons....they are going to ENJOY every minute of playing with your head. Rudy Guliani will suddenly be the "Bad guy" and become the scapegoat. He'll take all the blame, oh sure and the credit. While the neocons scate away as if nothing ever happened....

And then once Rudy is done for, they'll move on for the next target. Actually come to think of it....the quickest way to their demise is them blaming eachother. Each time the neocons start going after eachother, it brings the whole Talmudist empire weakening worldwide.

So, love it or hate it these NINE ELEVEN books, and massive blame-game money operations are going to be helpful. They are going to tear down the lie more and more, as smart people notice that 9-11 was never done by arabs.

And then the whole thing will fall plus collapse on Gerbil's head!!!!

9:53 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Group of 9/11 widows 'question the veracity of the entire Commission’s report'

Four widows instrumental in getting Congress to push President Bush to create the 9/11 Independent Commission are insisting that it "failed in its duties" on the heels of two recent news reports which allege that some commissioners knew they were being "deceived" by NORAD officials, and the widows are now questioning "the veracity of the entire Commission’s report," RAW STORY has found.

9/11 Widows

10:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Biloxi, no disrespect, honestly, but you've been here since this morning, all day and now into the night. Later this morning you'll sign off and then wake up late and come right back here. Ad infinitum.

Dude! Get a life!

Roger, if Fisher is going to bring down the Illumanti why then is he still alive...c'mon get real.

10:13 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Are you aware that Thomas Kean is a Zionist Neocon playing both good cop/bad cop and that his first loyalty is Israel?
---------------------
Roger:
No, I didn't know. Wow! Is there anyone left that isn't connected to them? Geez...

So, if and when all the dots are connected...following the money trail will do that...and proving all that...then all the ugly truth will be exposed!

10:18 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

S-Q

It will be the biggest money web you have ever seen pretty much, trust me on that when its all exposed!!!

And you know it from what Jeff Fisher went through! He is alive and will remain untouched for the same reason as Leo Wanta, has got the best protection in the world and knows how to keep the bad guys circling eachother.

:o)

10:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon at 11:13 pm:

No disrrespect, but honestly, why are you concern about Biloxi being on the blog all day! And who are you, the gatekeeper for this blog? Obviously, you have nothing better else to do.

10:27 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

(Yawn) Why doesn't everyone just ignore the new "anon" and move on...

He's just some silly kid who stumbled on here, who still doesn't know this is really Prosecutor Fitzgerald's blog away from home!

Senators claim "I forgot defense!!" On with the show joe,,,,

10:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well I hope your proud of yourself for letting this blog revert to a conspiracy crackpot looney bin full of adolescent sexual humor. But you're right, what can you do?

I'll give you driving directions when you deplane and see you Tuesday morning.

Brother!

10:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anon, because it's jammed up with the same old same old and is nothing like it used to be. also many good posters won't come back for other reasons stated above.

personally it's getting to be too much bother to sort thru all the game playing to derive anything of much worth...for me any way.

the humor is funny don't get me wrong, it's just getting old here to me.

10:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

no kidding roger? i was here when the blog opened and can see your ips like last night...you offend a lot people here and you have been warned by "fitz" before.

a big problem here is even honest and polite disagreement will get that one jumped all over by too many of "regulars" here..."neocon' 'repug' etc., childish stuff.
i just check in before work and before bed now...boring usually..

ta.

10:42 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Delta Seeks to End Pilots' Pension Plan

If the court in New York approves Delta's request to cancel its pilots' pensions effective Sept. 2, the government's pension insurer would take over the plan and pay pilots a reduced benefit based on when they retire and other factors. A hearing on the request is set for Sept. 1.

Truly sad!

10:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

here ya go rog, and i know exactly who this blog is owned by...lol

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10:45 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

IDF claims falsified, Hezbollah rockets can not come from ground level

" The type of missiles being fired by Hizbullah at Israeli cities cannot be fired from within houses, mosques, hospitals or even UN facilities as has been suggested by the IDF. Due to the massive "back-blast" caused by the rocket launchers of these missiles, they can only be fired from open ground. To fire them from within a building would result in the instant death of the missile crew and probable destruction of the missile before launch. Most of the missiles are truck-mounted and are fired - on open ground - from the backs of flat-bedded trucks or larger four-wheel-drive vehicles.
Hizbullah has fired almost 2,000 missiles into Israel over the last fortnight, killing more than 50 Israelis and forcing almost one million into air raid shelters.

Despite this provocation, however, Israel's response has been sharply criticised as "disproportionate" in many quarters. In the aftermath of the deaths of dozens of innocent Lebanese women and children at Qana yesterday, even the US has urged the Israeli Defence Forces (IDF) to modify their responses to Hizbullah's attacks.

IDF spokespeople are maintaining that Hizbullah had been mounting missile attacks on Israeli territory from Qana in recent days. The IDF has claimed it targeted the three-storey house in Qana at 1.30am local time in the belief it contained a Hizbullah "asset".

Any investigation into the targeting of this house will have to consider precisely what kind of Hizbullah "asset" could possibly have been hidden in a modest, low-rise building among the narrow streets of a village such as Qana."

http://www.stlimc.org/newswire/display/1943/index.php

And more Congressman paying the piper....Casino "Jack" takes down Doolittle do nothing

"Why did a congressman from California adopt the cause of a distant cluster of islands that his constituents most likely had never visited, much less heard of?

Two words: Jack Abramoff.

While Tom DeLay was the Northern Mariana Island's "biggest supporter on Capitol Hill," there is another congressman whose efforts for the islands deserve special mention: Rep. John Doolittle (R-CA). Doolittle, who took tens of thousands of dollars from Abramoff and his clients, was such an ardent advocate for the Marianas that Jack Abramoff referred to him in an email as the islands' "hero."

What did he do to deserve such an honor?

A TPMmuckraker investigation shows that Doolittle stayed in close touch with the island's needs through Abramoff and his team. According to billing records from Abramoff's lobbying firm in 2001, Doolittle met several times each month with members of Team Abramoff to discuss the concerns of the Northern Marianas (CNMI) government, which had been an Abramoff client since 1994. He signed "Dear Colleague" letters praising the islands; he met a number of times with island officials; and he was responsible for earmarking at least $400,000 in federal funds for the CNMI.

Doolittle's office did not respond to my request for comment on this story.

The California lawmaker's work for the Marianas and Abramoff's other clients won him consistent and substantial support from the now-disgraced superlobbyist. Dating back to 1999, Abramoff, his associates, and their clients contributed at least $140,000 to the lawmaker's campaigns and political action committees.

Perhaps Doolittle's most significant favor for the islands was the $400,000 he secured in 2001, his first year on the House Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development. The money funded a study by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers on possible "improvements to [the CNMI's] water infrastructure," according to the bill.

Appropriations bills do not list the sponsors of earmarks, but a story in the local paper The Saipan Tribune credited Doolittle with securing the money; and billing records from Abramoff's firm show several meetings between one of Abramoff's lobbyists and both Doolittle and his staff regarding appropriations for the Marianas that year.

"It stinks," said Keith Ashdown of Taxpayers for Common Sense of the earmark, noting that the Corps of Engineers was one of Congress’ biggest pork barrels. "It looks like pay to play.""
http://www.tpmmuckraker.com/archives/001269.php#more

Out with the trolls and in with the new year
27 trillion dollars to be returned to US Civilians!

10:48 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

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10:50 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

anon

Stop your trolling against me, I don't really want to know who you are and no you don't know who I am.

Can we please leave it at that and you take your vendetta elsewhere???

Read a conspiracy theory for once, it would do you some good actually....

10:55 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final Posting:

From WSJ:

Business Sees Republicans as Vulnerable

BUSINESS GROWS BEARISH on Republicans holding Congress.
“It is likely that Republicans lose control of the House,” says Bernadette Budde of Business-Industry Political Action Committee. The biggest danger for Republicans: “clumps” of defeats in states such as Pennsylvania, Ohio and New York, submerging incumbents who don’t now appear vulnerable.
U.S. Chamber of Commerce election drive — dogged by controversy over accuracy of TV ads — visits Connecticut this weekend to shore up vulnerable Republican Reps. Simmons, Shays and Johnson. Democrats fret a Lieberman defeat in next week’s Senate primary there could imperil House races, since his possible independent candidacy could lift November turnout by moderate Republicans.
Democrats’ strong 2006 fund-raising means “money is no longer the issue,” says Michael Malbin, a campaign-finance expert.


http://blogs.wsj.com/washwire/2006/08/04/business-sees-republicans-as-vulnerable/


Everyone have a good weekend. Good Night! Signing off! Biloxi out!

11:31 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Biloxi,

Its time we have a totally independent congress!!! Let them lead the revolution and toot the horns!!!

Throw out the graft and keep it out!!!!

""Americans cannot be easily characterized as conservative or liberal ontoday's most pressing social questions," the Pew study reveals. "The public's point of view varies from issue to issue."

"They are conservative in opposing gay marriage and gay adoption, liberal in favoring embryonic stem cell research and a little of both on abortion. Along with favoring no clear ideological approach to most social issues, the public expresses a desire for a middle ground on the most divisive social concern of the day: abortion," according to the Pew Forum study.

In an article entitled "Culture war" in America may be overblown: poll, Reuters noted that "[o]n five prominent social issues -- abortion rights, stem cell research, gay marriage, adoption of children by gay couples, and availability of the "morning-after" pill -- most Americans did not take consistent stances."

"Just 12 percent took the conservative position on all five issues, while 22 percent took the opposite stance on all five," Reuters reported. "The bulk of Americans had mixed opinions."

Some key findings from the study, as noted in a Pew Forum press release:

"A clear majority (56%) continues to oppose allowing gays and lesbians to marry while 35% express support, but just three-in-ten favor a Constitutional amendment to ban gay marriages. A growing number of Americans see homosexuality as an innate trait people are born with, and a 49% plurality now believes a person’s sexual orientation cannot be changed. While a slim majority (54%) favors allowing gay couples to enter into civil unions, only 42% believe gay couples should be allowed to adopt children," the study finds."


http://www.rawstory.com/news/2006/American_culture_wars_exaggerated_0804.html

Culture wars and neocon GOP nothing but fluff!!!

Here's to a new revolution,and PEOPLES choice congress stepping up to the plate

La Auvoir Ce'st

11:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rome's perversion of the Bible justifies its quest in making the final Pope the savior of Jerusalem---the secret title of Ignatius Loyola.

11:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://www.antipasministries.com/
html/file0000234.htm

NWO starving and robbing people, it has already started here like they did to Africa.

1:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://waynemadsenreport.com

ChoicePoint data-mining theft widespread, Wayne Madsen backs up every single allegation Jeff Fisher is fighting to expose.

Thought I'd post it here, looks like they tortured John Caylor and nearly killed his family because he followd the trail of Jeff Fisher's evidence.

This election fraud is definitely real and verified treason, I hope the police forces do not get intimidated. Its time to crack down and end this.

Hey if Fisher himself can do it, any one of us can do it!

2:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

http://cloaknswagger.blogspot.com/

Good site, and while you are there...you can check out why people around the WORLD will never let go why their citizens were murdered on 9/11 and the shoddy work of the commission, and the failure (lies?) of so many federal employees.

9/11...the reason why 2 wars were launched, right? Who benefited, how many died, was it worth it?

Then, check out Cloak and Dagger.de for more coverage in a different way. Rough language, but you should be angry at what is happening around the world or you're in denial or one of them. *Them* being the ones who have no care for humanity, laws, environment, suffering, or freedom.

6:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sure this is Patrick Fitzgerald's blog and I have ocean front property in Arizona for sale. My bad, that is just S-Q's back yard pool and it isn't mine to sell. Turn over S-Q and let me rub a little more lotion on your backside. How sweet it is.

Ann Coulter ROCKS and Al Roger/Rodgers is the MAN!!

Not new target letters, indictments or black fridays for Neocons. You have to love it.

6:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So who is running the scam anyway?

7:24 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Anon,

Yep cloak and dagger.de knows the truth.....and of course, Al Rodgers trolls here and claims its not Fitzgerald's blog.

This maroon has been doing this since day one, and he still doesn't understand that it IS their blog and they basically keep him around for laughs. :o)

12:14 PM  

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