Sep 1, 2006

How To Win Friends & Influence People..?

Have I pissed off some people and their keepers?

Plame Leak(s)

"Besides Cooper, and Novak, other journalists cited in the January 22, 2004, subpoena include: Knut Royce and Timothy M. Phelps from Newsday; Walter Pincus, Richard Leiby, Mike Allen, Dana Priest and Glenn Kessler from the Washington Post; John Dickerson, Massimo Calabresi, Michael Duffy and James Carney from Time magazine; Evan Thomas from Newsweek; Andrea Mitchell from NBC's "Meet the Press;" Chris Matthews from MSNBC's "Hardball;" Tim Russert and Campbell Brown from NBC; Nicholas D. Kristof, David E. Sanger and Judith Miller from the New York Times; Greg Hitt and Paul Gigot from the Wall Street Journal; John Solomon from the Associated Press; and Jeff Gannon from Talon News." <more>

Did I do that?



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Armitage was a member of the 'Vulcans' - how does he admitting he was the leaker exonerate him as a Cheney abetter? He was one of the main people who was a member of the get Hussein club:

11:31 AM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Man, the amount of reporters that were leaked classified information is unbelievable... We are not just talking about a few reporters... I saw the link about the Vulcans.. I am curious to what precisely what Condi's role in the leak case indirectly since she was National Security advisor at that time...

11:39 AM  
Blogger Josh said...

Can we say 1984?

So not only can you be fined $1000 per unanswered question, but you are asked to report your relatives, friends if you think they had lied.

Thought police or just a blip in stupidy?

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


It is art imitating life.. We woud never believe thata George Orwell book would reflect in the 21th century.

This is a funny story about Arlen Specter:

Sept. 1, 2006 -- During the last few years, the National Press Club has had a preponderance of Republican luncheon speakers. In the last two months before the expected Democratic tsunami sweeps Republicans from their leadership positions in Congress, the parade of Republican speakers continues unabated. On Sept. 25, it will be the turn of Pennsylvania's official state weirdo, Sen. Arlen Specter.
Specter is well known for his strange behavior and conclusions over his long political career. From authoring the infamous "magic bullet" theory in the Warren Report on John F. Kennedy's assassination, to his shameful antics during the Anita Hill hearings on the confirmation of Clarence "Slappy" Thomas to the Supreme Court, to his oddball reference to an archaic Scottish law provision during a final Senate vote to convict President Bill Clinton, and his January 2001 performance during a Senate committee hearing when, after excusing himself to go to the men's room, Specter returned towing a long trail of toilet paper from his pants, the GOP senator's recent display of senility has been to find every possible way to legalize George W. Bush's unconstitutional domestic wiretapping program.

No wonder Specter needs to retire...

11:51 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

I loved reading history. The American people and elected officials hated this man for bringing justice to people but now he is honored by America. We had a constitution for some not all at the time. But the law and faith won, by the actions of one man. All of us praise his as a great leader and one who represents what America is.
Fitzgerald has taken on the job of finding how who leaked a covert agents name. Yes those involved run the country but they broke the law. Propaganda is spreading to disclaim the case and it's prosecutor. Indictments have been given by the grand jury as the prosecutor presented his evidence. It would be nice to end this case with Armitage mistakes but it's deeper then one man's loose lips. The heart of this case is an illegal invasion of Iraq and the outing of a covert CIA agent. If there were no grounds for continuing this case why did the grand jury indict two people.
The answer to number one is Abraham Lincoln ya now we recognize his greatness for freeing the slaves. Fitzgerald will complete this case and get the answers as to why the White House had to lie about a mistake.

11:59 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Hi Fitz you have company. ABC is showing their 9/11 movie and guess who caused the terrorist attack. None other then Bill Clinton and Bush saved the world and stood as a hero. Yes it get better the next movie will show Bill invading Iraq as Bush fights for peace. Next the US Treasury will blame Clinton for our debt. Oh that Bill Clinton it's worked five years destroying our country if only we would follow Bush the US and the world could be saved. Next you'll hear Bill Clinton leaked the CIA's name and they can charge him with treason. Look people believed the born again christian before.

12:20 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

LOL!! You're funny but you're also right on!! Just wait, though, after Bush is out of office, we can blame him for 20 years or more...because it will take that long to pay off the debt and fix all the messes in this country!!

12:31 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

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12:35 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"ABC is showing their 9/11 movie and guess who caused the terrorist attack."

Yes, I read on that this morning.. I am ready for a new defense to make the law books: The Bill Clinton defense... Everything that goes wrong in the country and in life is because of Bill Clinton!!! Things like a bad grade from a teacher to 9/11 to MIA Bin Laden to Saddam to Iraq to bad hairday to the leak case to a hang nail to bad breath to the hurricanes to the deficit, and so on.. Again, another propaganda movie to make the Gerbil look good and spread the GOP Koolaid love... I will reat my battle cry again: if William Jefferson Clinton was that bad of a President to be blamed for 9/11 and the Gerbil is a good Prez, then why in the hell does the Gerbil keeps crawling out of the WH and beg (I mean beg) Clinton to bail him out on important crisis and issues in this country such as Hurricane Kartina and Rita, UN, Tsunami, as so on? Clinton has been out of office for 5 years for crying out loud! How much can you beat dead horse to the fact that the Gerbil ain't doing a heckava job as the President when he keeps asking the almost impeached ex-Prez and fornicator, as the GOP has labeled him, to doing his job!!!

12:57 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

Well, just scanning the entries on the blog, our fair and balanced Federal prosecutor is indeed a Democrat Party hack, running a junior version of the Daily Kos blog.

Still curious if Gerald Fitzpatrick, er, patrick Fitzgerald had one of the miraculous Andy Sullivan type conversions when Bush wouldn't support gay marriage.

1:00 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Hi everyone...PJF, that is quite a list of MSM reporters! I have noticed that they haven't been all that forthcoming about interviews with the DOJ. Amusing! I's all about sources and confidentiality, yada, yada, yada. Still, it's an interesting bunch. I wouldn't worry too much about offending any of them. Had they been doing their jobs, we might not have this monstrous mess in the first place.

1:02 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

I loved it when Clinton compared the Republican's ideology to the Democrats philosophy in his speech to the folks in Seattle two weeks ago.
The War President's Ideological Agenda is now echoed to the vets in Salt Lake City... In his speech to an audience of his choosing, George delivered the words that were prompted to him. Words that echoed the same old messages, with more war rhetoric than usual. The words of a "War Presiden't"...his ideological dream from long before he became president. A dream to be achieved at all costs, without regard for truth, justice, and the American Way.

1:05 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

SPB...I truly believe Bush was picked as a figurehead. He has neither the intellect nor attention
span to govern. He turns a blind eye to every single matter that requires more than "bomb the hell out of 'em" cowboy diplomacy. He probably can't even spell the word.

1:06 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"He probably can't even spell the word."


That was funny... I do agree that the Gerbil was picked to be President or shall I say propped up as the oval office to portrsy a President.. But, what really bothers me is all the news coverage of the Gerbil being the commander-in-chief and yet he keeps calling on Clinton.. And the Gerbil was the person who ridiculed Clinton... But, the American people would have liked to sss the Gerbil admit his mistakes and ask all political parties with a helping hands on crises in this country.. But, we all know that the Gerbil has never played with a full deck from the minute that he stole the election, twice!! But, this blame game by the Gerbil Administration on Clinton, the Democrats, media and so is a bit nauseating and tiresome...

1:15 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Well, from looking at the blitz of misinformation and spin in the media, and on this blog...I'd have to say Fitzie has POed quite a few people lately...

Watch your back, Fitzie!

1:21 PM  
Blogger teak said...

If I understand this correctly, Jason Leopold's story is the closet to the what actually happened, correct?

So did Armitage make Libby lie to the grand jury or try and destroy evidence, throw a fit like Cheney did?

The WH and its media whores are trying to read another goat book, it seems.

Fact...they lied to win the election and go to war. They very probably lied to go to Afghanistan, too. They should not be in office because they committed voter fraud to win. Everyone in America and the world knows it except Cabal Cronies.

1:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

regarding Amitage:

It's obvious there were multiple leakers. They all try to remain anonymous... until someone spills. Then they are all inocent or forgetful, of course. They are all pawns in the big game of

"WWIII for Bush & Cheney"

(subtitled: How to Screw a Nation Out of All Its Money)

No one could possibly believe a failed oil-businessman & "ec-e-lec-tic" book lover, a man in the war supplies business with bad aim, and a deranged ex-Nixon war-monger would rig the national election process, start a war, and change the constitution we all know and love to suit their own purposses.

Doesn't sound so far-fetched now does it?

1:25 PM  
Anonymous the boulder district attorney said...

We have gotten the DNA results back from Ken Melman's tests...he is not our fact, there is no evidence that he was in Boulder, Colorado at the time of the murder...but sadly he is looking weak and emaciated these days...

For more up-to-date info on this case, pick up the Washington Post...because inquiring minds want to know

1:28 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

I hope this is a hoax, and for whatever motives the real Patrick J Fitzgerald has to pursue men he already knew weren't guilty, he'd be smart enough not to present such a screaming conflict of interest as this blog.

You'd think that, but then Democrats and Bush haters also choose Screamin' Howard Dean as the face of the DNC, so one never knows.

So, people, elaborate hoax or laying the groundwork for prosecutorial misconduct?

1:31 PM  
Blogger teak said...

Frankly, you should apologize, "ed", to Mr. Fitzgerald. You are disgusting.

1:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"So, people, elaborate hoax or laying the groundwork for prosecutorial misconduct?"

Ah, nope...

1:35 PM  
Anonymous fussbudget said...

I enjoy poking my Republican acquaintances by whispering "Hillary" and watching them sputter, sizzle, and foam at the mouth! Try it -- works even better than "Bill."
And don't we all recall how St. Ronnie Reagan spent his entire reigm blaming Jimmy Carter for everything?
Nothing changes.
p.s. Biloxi and s-q: you must be doing something right to attract such vitriol!

1:40 PM  
Anonymous RNC Koolaid club said...

I think Ed should join our club. What do you think Ken? Can you talk Ken or are you still clearing up your identity theft matters of John Kerr? LOL!

1:40 PM  
Anonymous Karl Rove said...

LMAO, Ed. Join the club!

Is your credibility at stake over at Little Green Football angry white man's blog since you have been insisting that this is the real blog of PJF?

Well maybe it is and maybe it isn't, but let me tell you this - ever since he rolled me over I have been cooperating with Mr. Fitzgerald to prosecute Big Dick Cheney and I kiss his Irish ass everyday and suggest you do the same.


1:43 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"p.s. Biloxi and s-q: you must be doing something right to attract such vitriol!"

It must be the cologne! LOL!

1:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"ever since he rolled me over I have been cooperating with Mr. Fitzgerald to prosecute Big Dick Cheney and I kiss his Irish ass everyday and suggest you do the same."

And that must be a might big butt cheek to kiss.. LMAO!

Ed, your comments are really pathetic on this blog.. Please comment intelligently. There are faithful bloggers here who support him and this blog. So, let Fitz do his job.

1:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ed -
Sorry you had to stumble upon a blog that is concerned with what really goes on in this country. Too bad for you and George we "still" have this thing called 'freedom of speech'. You also have the freedom to leave this site if you don't like what's being discussed. Being the Republican-minded type you are I'm sure you won't go... and will continue to try to think up as many witless, unproductive, and assaulting comments you can come up with.

2:02 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

"p.s. Biloxi and s-q: you must be doing something right to attract such vitriol!"

It must be the cologne! LOL!
You need to stop wearing that "KOOLAID"'s drawing the neocons like flies on horse sh*t!!


2:12 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

Well, I hope this site is a gag. Kool-Aid drinkers- you mean people who'd prefer to believe that 9-11 was a giant conspiracy, that by its nature, would involve thousands, none of whom have spilled the beans? Or people that believe Bush really will build concentration camps for gays?

Or people who believe Iraq really did have WMDs when Clinton bombed them during the impeachment hearings in 1998, but miraculously got rid of them all as soon as Bush became President?

BTW, for such a Hitler wanna-be, Bush has done a pretty poor job locking up and killing all of his political opponents. I mean, how hard would it be to make it look like Michael Moore had accidentally choked to death on a Ring-Ding? Or that Jimmy Carter was mauled to death by a bunny?

Well, assuming this is an elaborate hoax not involving the real PJ Fitzgerald, I can go back to making assumptions for possible motivations for a 45 year old, decent looking Catholic man with a pretty good job who has never married to pursue an investigation against people he knew hadn't leaked Plame's name to Novak.

2:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I can go back to making assumptions for possible motivations for a 45 year old, decent looking Catholic man with a pretty good job who has never married to pursue an investigation against people he knew hadn't leaked Plame's name to Novak." And what does Fitzgerald's marital status, religion, and age has to do with your comments? It is really immaterial.. He could have been a 35 year old, Baptist, and no looks pursuing the investigation. You keep repeating the same rhetoric again.. Obviously no life...

2:31 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

No, the koolaid drinkers are those that believed Bush when he said those "16 words" in the SOTU speech, Jan. 2003.

"The British government has learned that Saddam Hussein recently sought significant quantities of uranium from Africa."

Remember those words? They were a lie and the greatest liar-in- chief, said those words, which he knew were not true!

The reason? To invade Iraq.
To create a war in the Middle East for the sake of oil and money!!

Drink some more foolaid!!

2:32 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...


Um, hate to break it to you, but during Wilson's trip to drink sweet tea with his friends in Africa, he found no such thing as "Iraq isn't trying to get uranium from Niger".

You just keep believing Bush wanted a war to make his friends at Halliburton rich. So much easier believing Bush stole the election in 2000, despite recounts suggesting the contrary, and that Diebold didn't rigged voting machines in Ohio, and that Osama bin Laden would actually like you either dead or converted, and that the that the real theocracy that kills thousands of its own citizens, and threatens to destroy countries with nukes isn't the USA, George Bush, and the Christian Taliban, but Iran.

2:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ed, you find Fitz attractive do you?

Care to share your innermost conflicts about being a GOP "heterosexual" man who has fantasies about other men and/or boys.

I suspect you are full of self-hatred since you know you aren't gay, you only want to have sex with them.

As the experts say, if you are vehemently homophobic - you probably are gay.

Take a walk on the wild side and open your closet door and vote for Hillary. ;)

2:44 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek,

Welcome! You are obviously an intelligent man with a differing point of view from many on here which can foster intelligent and productive debate.

Those who play nice are all welcome here. Gay and straight.

2:49 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Um, hate to break it to you, but during Wilson's trip to drink sweet tea with his friends in Africa, he found no such thing as "Iraq isn't trying to get uranium from Niger".
Right...sure...that is why a "fake document" was created to show "proof"! hmmm... Ed, you've had enough "foolaid" for one day!

2:53 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

Except for the fact that the sex with men thing just doesn't do it for me, I have no problems with gays or the gay lifestyle.

For example, I know of few men under the age of 50 who enjoy Broadway show tunes as much as I do.

If the real PJ Fitzgerald is gay, it would explain a lot, but there could be other motives. Perhaps he shares the frighteningly common viewpoint held here that Bush and his neo-con Halliburton cronies would think nothing of killing tens of thousands for profit.

Here's a real brain teaser. If Bush and Rove knew there were no WMD in Iraq, and Bush is the "Liar in Chief", how did they forget to arrange for the first inspectors in after the invasion find a few caches of Sarin gas, or some enriched uranium. I mean, ok, Bush is a stupid chimp, but Karl Rove manipulates elections, controls the press, fooled even John Kerry into voting for a use of force authorization, but he can't remember to plant some evidence?

2:57 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

And the madness continues!!!

Prosecutors want more time with Jack Abramoff and friends

Abramoff is continuing to name names it seems, including and not to forget, in the voting fraud scandal....

"As MSNBC reports, prosecutors have asked the judge to postpone Abramoff's prison date until January at the earliest -- he had been due to report October 2nd. Abramoff has already been sentenced to five years, ten months for fraud charges arising from his catastrophic purchase of a Florida gambling company; but he's yet to be sentenced for his role in bribing public officials. So in addition to postponing Abramoff's prison date, prosecutors have also asked to defer setting a sentencing date for their bribery case as he continues to cooperate, naming names.

Abramoff will ultimately face a sentence of between 9 1/2 and 11 years, depending on his cooperation."

The FBI has now raided TWO senator/congressman offices who are tied to the elaborate scam...

FBI raids offices

And the voting fraud continues to be exposed and unveiled all over....

Voting fraud continues to be exposed..

And the plot of the neocon zionists, their entire military industrial complex, ad infitum.
Neocon lies, self-delusion and corruption. The basis for all wars.

The question is will he indict Armitage?

Keep in the front seats this one'll be one wild ride!!!

2:58 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

Neocon Zionists?

Oh, isn't it wonderful when the extreme Klan right and the extreme fringe Left go so far around the bend they meet in outer space.

3:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Highly Enriched Uranium Found at Iranian Plant

VIENNA, Aug. 31 — The global nuclear monitoring agency deepened suspicions on Thursday about Iran’s nuclear program, reporting that inspectors had discovered new traces of highly enriched uranium at an Iranian facility.

In a speech at the American Legion national convention in Salt Lake City, President Bush ratcheted up his warning to the Iranian leadership, saying that the war in Lebanon and Iran’s support for Hezbollah “made it clearer than ever that the world now faces a grave threat from the radical regime in Iran.”
He concluded by saying that while he was committed to a diplomatic solution to the confrontation with Iran, “There must be consequences for Iran’s defiance, and we must not allow Iran to develop a nuclear weapon.”

Same strategy different country.

3:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek's writings are looking like a Al Rodgers' copy cat.

3:06 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Here's a real brain teaser.
They were trying to move evidence from turkey into Iraq but the plan foiled...

Now, here is the real brain teaser just for you, Ed.

Why, did the Decider say Osama Bin Laden was tied to 9/11...and 9/11 was tied to Iraq... and he was going to bring him in "dead or alive"?? However, recently, the Decider says there wasn't any connection between 9/11 and Iraq?

Why hasn't Bin Laden been caught? Why are the Bin Laden's in bed with the Bush's? Could it ...not oil and money!

3:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


That was funny! LMAO. Fortunately, that was one of Roger's more sane posts, if you can believe that. He falls under the LaRouche camp category. They make Wingnuts seem sane. ;)

3:13 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

I suspect if I had a clue who Al Rodgers was I'd be flattered.

3:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"The driving force behind the neo-conservatives' war juggernaut must be sought not in the alleged defense of democracy or of national interests but in the nefarious special interests that are carefully camouflaged behind the front of national interests. These special interests derive lucrative business gains and high dividends from war and militarism. They include both economic interests (famously known as the military-industrial complex) and geopolitical interests (associated largely with Zionist proponents of "Greater Israel" in the Middle East, or the Israeli lobby).

There is an unspoken, de facto alliance between these two extremely powerful interests - an alliance that might be called the military-industrial-Zionist alliance. More than anything else, the alliance is based on a conjunctural convergence of interests on war and international convulsion in the Middle East. Let me elaborate on this point.

The fact that the military-industrial complex, or merchants of arms and wars, flourishes on war and militarism is largely self-evident. Arms industries and powerful beneficiaries of war dividends need an atmosphere of war and international convulsion to maintain continued increases in the Pentagon budget and justify their lion's share of the public money. Viewed in this light, unilateral or "preemptive" wars abroad can easily been seen as reflections of domestic fights over national resources and tax dollars.

In the debate over allocation of public resources between the proverbial guns and butter, or between military and non-military public spending, powerful beneficiaries of war dividends have proved very resourceful in outmaneuvering proponents of limits on military spending.

During the bipolar world of the Cold War era, that was not a difficult act to perform as the rationale - the "communist threat" - readily lay at hand. Justification of increased military spending in the post-Cold War period has prompted these beneficiaries to be even more creative in manufacturing "new sources of danger to US interests" to justify unilateral wars of aggression. It is not surprising, then, that a wide range of "new sources of threat to US national interests" has emerged in the wake of the collapse of the Soviet Union: "rogue states", "axis of evil", global terrorism, Islamic radicalism, "enemies of democracy", and more.

Just as the powerful beneficiaries of war dividends view international peace and stability as inimical to their business interests, so too the hardline Zionist proponents of "Greater Israel" perceive peace between Israel and its Arab neighbors perilous to their goal of gaining control over the "Promised Land" of Israel. The reason for this fear of peace is that, according to a number of United Nations resolutions, peace would mean Israel's return to its pre-1967 borders; that is, withdrawal from the West Bank and Gaza Strip.

But because proponents of "Greater Israel" are unwilling to withdraw from these territories, they are fearful of peace and genuine dialogue with Palestinians - hence their continued disregard of UN resolutions and their systematic efforts at sabotaging peace negotiations. By the same token, these proponents view war and convulsion (or, as David Ben-Gurion, one of the key founders of the State of Israel, put it, "revolutionary atmosphere") as opportunities that are conducive to the expulsion of Palestinians, to the territorial recasting of the region, and to the expansion of Israel's territory. [4]

The military-industrial-Zionist alliance is represented largely by the cabal of neo-conservative forces in and around the Bush administration. The institutional framework of the alliance consists of a web of closely knit think-tanks that are founded and financed primarily by the armaments lobby and the Israeli lobby. These corporate-backed militaristic think-tanks include the American Enterprise Institute, Center for Security Policy, Middle East Media Research Institute, Washington Institute for Near East Policy, Middle East Forum, National Institute for Public Policy and the Jewish Institute for National Security Affairs. "

Talk about your crazy ideas...

3:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I suspect if I had a clue who Al Rodgers was I'd be flattered."

Sure you do...

3:19 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

I assume the 'Decider' is Bush?

Show me a link where Bush said Iraq was involved in 9-11. What he did say was that Iraq was involved in terrorism (BTW, Google "salman Pak"), and that post 9-11 waiting for the attack wans't good enough.

Speaking of terrorism, you do know Saddam paid the families of shaheeds in 'Palestine'. Now, I know for you, a guy that straps on an explosive vest filled with ball bearings and rat poison to kill women and children on a bus if probably a freedom fighter, but most people with any sense of morality at all would consider that terrorism.

3:20 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

LOL!! No, you wouldn't be flattered!! ROFLMAO!

3:20 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

No, really, I have no clue who Al Rodgers is.

I assume he isn't a Bush-hating lib, and we all know that sock-puppetry is the domain of liberals.

3:22 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

Hmmm, whoever Al Rodgers is, he isnt a well known name on the world wide inter-web.

3:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I assume he isn't a Bush-hating lib, and we all know that sock-puppetry is the domain of Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek.

3:26 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

If it makes you feel better to think there is only one anti-idiotarian on the internet, and every time someone who doesn't despise their country and Western culture posts a blog comment, it must be the same guy with a different nick, thousands of nicks, well, who am I to complain

3:31 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

Yep, found me out, I'm really Al Rogers. As a matter of fact, there really is only one of me, and Bush is President because I voted 60 million times.


3:32 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

The clock on this here blog is almost 5 minutes fast.

Must be the work of Al Rogers.

3:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hij schrijft en klinkt onwetend. Ik verwonder me over Ed is alsof dat in persoon.

3:39 PM  
Anonymous Al Rogers sock-puppet #87419 said...

'Anonymous' is upset because my dog Sam talks to him and tells him to go on murder rampages.

Pretty smart, Al, wearing that aluminum foil helmet to keep out the brainwaves, but you have to sleep sometime.

3:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eddie is the new kook along with division 5 neocons.....all of them are stupid.

3:40 PM  
Blogger waterflake said...

What you forget is Ed is that Bush and Co maybe not only not stupid but they are also arrogant.

They think of everybody else being a fool and they were dead sure they could get the Iraq thing right.

If the war had gone as planned the majoritiy of the American Public would not have opposed the invasion, would not have started asking question and Bush and CO would now be celebrated heros...

But they just didn't forsee that our western ideology can't be applied to other areas of the globe and that any Nation has to claim Democracy for themsleves it can't be handed down with bombs and care parcels, it needs to grow within a people to such a strong desire that even for a Dictator it will become impossible to prevail...

But hey if one thinks of oneself as superior defeat will lurk around the next corner!

And about the Niger Claim actually reading some facts that come neither from Wilson nor Bush and CO might be enlightening. They are so downright logic that it seems hard to believe that anyone could have taken those Niger Papers serious so take a shoot at it I'm all ears ;-)

-Yellow Cake Uranium is rough and simple ore that needs to be processed - so no eminent threat there right?

-Saddam already had stock piles of it - so why risk bying even more and getting caugth red handed?

-Saddam did not have the equipment to process Yellow Cake to produce weapon degradable material - so again why get even more of that useless ore?

- according to the Niger paper a sea to sea cargo exchange was the method to transport - a truly difficult taks as every logistic expert can tell

- the mining in Nigera is done, managed and controlled by the French who when questioned about the possiblity said - NO WAY - so how was Saddam to by tons of it when the French governemt has their hands on it??

3:40 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Just for you Ed:

To justify the war, Bush informed Congress on March 19, 2003 that acting against Iraq was consistent with “continuing to take the necessary actions against international terrorists and terrorist organizations, including those nations, organizations, or persons who planned, authorized, committed, or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001.”


3:42 PM  
Anonymous Al Rogers sock-puppet #87419 said...

Al Rogers hier opnieuw. Anoniem kent het niet nog, maar wij hebben plotseling zijn bed afgedekt, en wij hebben geplante insecten in zijn bedruimte zodat weten het wij wanneer hij slaapt.

3:43 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

that acting against Iraq


September 11, 2001

I hope you see that connection he was making in his justification of war, to Congress!

3:46 PM  
Anonymous oops!! said...

check out the right hand side. Very interesting.

3:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jeg utpønsket at det var Al. Han enda lager vanskeligheter igjen. Han er slik en esel.

3:48 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

“continuing to take the necessary actions against international terrorists and terrorist organizations, including those nations, organizations, or persons who planned, authorized, committed, or aided the terrorist attacks that occurred on September 11, 2001.”
(Block quote is forbidden HTML?)

The including part means that a subset of the organizations were involved in 9-11. I don't know if you're a native English speaker, and I'm not trying to play games with you.

Take this sentence- "I went to the ball game last night with some friends, including Bill and Ted from the office."

Bill and Ted are a subset of the friends, not the entire set.

Make sense?

3:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ed -
Answer me this:

If Bush is really fighting a war on terror (even though he admitted in his August press conference that the war in Iraq has "nothing" to do with 9/11) then why has the Osama Bin Laden unit been disbanded?

And why is Osama #4 on the list of America's most wanted? Shouldn't he be #1?

Rebutting Bush's excuse #3 I think it was, for taking us to war in Iraq, if our goal is to spread democracy in the world why isn't Bush focussing on Iran, Syria & North Korea?

Truthfully - tell me you think Bush is not trying to clean up his daddy's unfinished business, and make some money on the side.

Where do you get your news anyway - FOX?

You are not very well informed, I can see, from the comments you spout regarding Wilson's findings and Clinton's bombing of the WMD's.

Please post, if you have any, sources where you find proof of the news stories you use as a basis for your crazed philosophy. I would like to see how credible you think you are.

Bush certainly has a funny way of showing he's concerned about 'the terrorists that bombed the World Trade Center' doesn't he now?

for the record:

...Now, look, part of the reason we went into Iraq was -- the main reason we went into Iraq at the time was we thought he had weapons of mass destruction. It turns out he didn't, but he had the capacity to make weapons of mass destruction. But I also talked about the human suffering in Iraq, and I also talked the need to advance a freedom agenda. And so my question -- my answer to your question is, is that, imagine a world in which Saddam Hussein was there, stirring up even more trouble in a part of the world that had so much resentment and so much hatred that people came and killed 3,000 of our citizens.

You know, I've heard this theory about everything was just fine until we arrived, and kind of "we're going to stir up the hornet's nest" theory. It just doesn't hold water, as far as I'm concerned. The terrorists attacked us and killed 3,000 of our citizens before we started the freedom agenda in the Middle East.

Q What did Iraq have to do with that?

THE PRESIDENT: What did Iraq have to do with what?

Q The attack on the World Trade Center?

THE PRESIDENT: Nothing, except for it's part of -- and nobody has ever suggested in this administration that Saddam Hussein ordered the attack. Iraq was a -- the lesson of September the 11th is, take threats before they fully materialize, Ken. Nobody has ever suggested that the attacks of September the 11th were ordered by Iraq. I have suggested, however, that resentment and the lack of hope create the breeding grounds for terrorists who are willing to use suiciders to kill to achieve an objective. I have made that case.

And one way to defeat that -- defeat resentment is with hope. And the best way to do hope is through a form of government. Now, I said going into Iraq that we've got to take these threats seriously before they fully materialize. I saw a threat. I fully believe it was the right decision to remove Saddam Hussein, and I fully believe the world is better off without him. Now, the question is how do we succeed in Iraq? And you don't succeed by leaving before the mission is complete, like some in this political process are suggesting.

Last question. Stretch. Who are you working for, Stretch?

Q Washington Examiner.

THE PRESIDENT: Oh, good. Glad you found work. (Laughter.)
Bin Laden Unit Disbanded:

FBI Most Wanted List:
Please spare us all your melodramatic rantings and have the courtesy to back up what you say.

I think you are just very upset right now, due to the fact that your liar-in-chief is going down, and Mr. Fitzgerald will be a large part of his & Dick's demise. I can't tell you how happy it makes me to see your kind going down the tube with him. Enjoy the ride!

We are just sitting back and enjoying the view now!

3:52 PM  
Anonymous Al Rogers sock-puppet #87419 said...


Yep, that Ed Mahmoud who posts at Discarded Lies is another one of my 62 million sock puppets.

BTW, you might learn something over there.

BTW, they have a no-ban policy, as long as you don't try to do malicious things to the blog. Nobody gets banned for content. Everyone from dyed in the wool Marxists to dyed in the wool white supremacists.

While people might mercilessly mock your friend Roger Rancourt, he would never get banned.

3:54 PM  
Anonymous Faux News Network said...

Mr. Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek? We have your application on file. Bill is ready to interview you...

3:56 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

melodramatic rantings? Moi?

Speaking of,

You're right, Bush will be shown the door out of the White House. And it is only 28 months away.

3:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Speaking of,

You're right, Bush will be shown the door out of the White House. And it is only 28 months away."

Sure you do....

3:59 PM  
Anonymous Al Rogers sock-puppet #87419 said...

BTW, besides having a Saudi prince as a minority owner, "Faux News" and Newscorp owner Rupert Murdoch is raising funds for the Hillary 2008 campaign.

I shi'ite you not.

4:00 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

Ok, I know the blockquote tags are forbidden, but care to copy and paste some of what you consider my 'melodramatic rantings'?

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

Care to copy and paste some of what you consider to be 'melodramatic rants'?

4:02 PM  
Anonymous Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek said...

Ooops- I got an error message and re-typed my post.

BTW, in case you didn't guess, I am Al Roger's sock puppet.

4:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Obviously, you didn't bother to read the blogger at 4:52 pm comments.. Like the blogger said that you are simply P.O. because THE MAN who has been supplying you koolaid money to be on this blog is going down in flames.. Waste of time for you to debate on issues that you can't backup properly...

4:11 PM  
Anonymous Al Roger's internet employee said...

I'm getting paid for posting here?

By the Zionists? Or is it Halliburton?

I need to know who to send the change of address form to, as the checks haven't been coming lately.

4:14 PM  
Anonymous Al Roger's internet employee said...

Pretty sweet, really. Besides the money, Al has set up for 401k for all of us that visit liberal chatrooms and converse with the tinfoil hat brigades, and, of course, we have a killer medical and dental plan.

4:17 PM  
Anonymous Al Roger's internet employee said...

Quittin' time.

The Roverian-Halliburton conspiracy, at least the paid internet trollers division, doesn't wanna pay us time and a half for working on a holiday, so we have the Labor Day Weekend off.

4:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"I need to know who to send the change of address form to, as the checks haven't been coming lately."

1600 Pennsyvania Avenue
Washington D.C

Your checks will be sent to you promptly.. We apologize for the trouble.. We send you some food stamps, coupons, and government cheese for our appreciation for you.

4:18 PM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...

Al Rodgers fool aka The Talking Horse Mr. Ed....

THE Iraq war always had zilch, nada, and zip to do with terrorism.....

Purpose behind Iraq war was never terrorism, it was to split the whole thing up to create a Greater Israel....

And while some morons laughably call that being white supermacist, I call it a reality check.

In other words Al the war was always done so the Zionist Neocons could take military control of the mid-east and profit off the arms and oil. That, since 1960 has been their only goal.

4:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So here's how I look at the issue with Fitzgerald: either he knew about Armitage and still hounded the White House for three years making him guilty of malfeasance, or he spent three years investigating this issue and never turned up Armitage's name making him guilty of ineptitude. So which is it, Fiztgerald? Are you guilty of malfeasance or ineptitude?

Courtesy of Captain Midnight - LGF

5:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Captain Midnight Captain May has a good question I think....

Is Richard Armitage going to be indicted for the squaret? Or something else?

6:00 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Now that Ed Mahmoud abu al Kahouleek corrected someone's grammar and before that person gets pinned on me, that is not me. ;-) I do have to plead guilty for writing as Tricky Dick Nixon a while back, but not Ed.

6:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why is it that everytime you disagree with the koolaide drinkers they call or accuse you of being a homosexual?

10:21 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

top o' the mornin'.....why is it such a leap to string together many leakers and the same leak to come up with "CONSPIRACY"?????? I know that the charge hasn't surfaced yet, but it takes more than one component to make the charge! All these jokers that are sitting around pointing a finger at
one person do not get the point, I guess! The fat lady is still warming up. Geez!

8:04 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey Dad! You don't have to worry, I told the truth, they told me get on thorazine (commonly used for alcoholics coming off of binges in rehab). Now I know that these people are a farce, pathetic white house position chasers that have no respect for Futzgerald and have made me lose all of mine. So Al Gore, SAVE US PLEASE! Mr. Fitzgerald, you let your whistleblowers down. Terry Bruenner, Mayor Johnson of Elk Grove Village, and Detective Doyle, I have now seen the truth and I'm sickened and disgusted by what you have had to deal with. When a courageous person gets involved in truthtelling, with an overseer like Fitzgerald,and it places him up the ladder, he just ignores the people who helped. So once again- FUCK YOU BILOXI< FUCK YOU JOSH, AMERICA OPEN YOUR EYES! If you can't handle the truth, can't support the people who helped you, Mr. Fitzgerald, the people who suffered in a false belief of hope that you could help America, well Fuck you too. That little photo you have pointing and saying it's up to us to fight for freedom, well, all I can say is hypocrite! Dad, you were right, and I know you made mistakes, and I know you were hurt too in the same way. I forgive you, and in this world of sick power hungry blog bastards, I guess all we have is each other. Can you send me the T shirt you got that says Freesom Isn't Free? Or make one up for me? I've started my own Whistle Blowers Foundation, founded by whistleblowers for whistleblowers. Why, because the truthtellers can't even tell the truth to anyone but each other. You were right dad, you saw how I tried to get some support, sympathy, truth and backup here, but I guess like the others they used and tossed, they just want me to shut up and go away. Thank you for betraying us at Aviation Integrity Mr. Fitzgerald. As I sat across from Ryan and his Mafia buddys glaring at me in Elk Grove, knowing the truth, and Nancy witnessing it, I guess Detective Doyle never got the info to you. As my dad saw what the Latin Kings did to my apartment, and saw them intimidating me, no one cared. Jimmy Carter, Terry Bruenner, Detective Doyle, Megan, and Mark, you are the real heroes, not these stupid fucks blogging. Oh, don't "propaganda" bloggers, I won't be back. You successfully chased me away. Dad you were right. I'm not going to sing the praises or encourage Fitzgerald anymore. The power went to his head, just like Uncle Marvin said. Yeah, the phone lines are tapped again, but Marvin has his highschool friend as Mayor here so they are protecting me. Guess I've gone from Patriot List to Terrorist List just like what they did to my Uncle. Al Gore, you were suppossed to be president, and I'm sorry for what happend to you. Dad, you know I have a heart that won't ever stop speaking the truth, I know you want me to stop, because you ae scared I'll end up like my cousin. We found out what happend, it wasn't suicide. I firmly believe that Fitzgerald doesn't look at this blog. It is a farce. I love you and I forgive you because I know you were molested too. These people here have no heart or souls. Just pray for me. I'll never stop telling the truth, but now I know to leave you and what happens to children in this country out of it. You were just a hurt little boy. I'm just a hurt little girl, and we are both trapped in a country that doesn't have an ounce of sympathy.
Dad, yeah, they are still bothering me, and the heat is on. Please forgive me for thinking these people have souls. Love to my fellow Whistleblowers, signing off for good. Now the whole blog can cheer, and we can cry at another defeat for freedom of speech. Sarah

9:28 AM  
Blogger Roger Rancourt said...


Contact us, we will let the truth ring free....

2:17 PM  
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