Sep 28, 2006

White House - "We Barely Knew Jack..."

450+ contacts between Abramoff and WH peeps...

Congressional report coming out tomorrow...getting my candy coated popcorn and peanuts ready to go with this prize! ;)

House rescinds wireless Hill deal cut by Abramoff

Judge Delays Prison Again for Abramoff

Keep singing, Jack. I smell a Grammy!


Blogger S-Q said...

Only 450? Who knows how many ACTUAL meetings outside of the WH? For Abramoff's restaurant...??

5:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I heard Signatures had the best freedom fries.

5:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'd like to see a list of peeps that took an Abramoff cruize,
Gus gunned down like out of a movie...
Anyone going down for that?

6:09 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

or how many times members of the wh "slipped down the street" to have meetings with him in his limo
so that the meetings wouldn't be recorded?

6:20 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...





7:02 PM  
Anonymous turd blossom said...

What a coincidence! Me and my peeps like to take an afternoon stroll in Lafayette Park looking in our Cracker Jacks for prizes too!!!

7:04 PM  
Blogger just say no to fascism said...

Watching Keith Olbermann and Lawrence O'Donnell is saying that Karl Rove met with Jack at least 9 times (probably more). Just waiting to hear how this is going to affect Karl and his "October Surprise". Keep talking Jack.

7:22 PM  
Anonymous slingbalde said...

tastee freeze done got the best pertater fries...mmm,mmm.

7:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

More about Plane, B.J., Grossman and her other outters.


7:48 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

And, they barely knew Jack!! LOL How many visits does it take before they know you in the WH? 500? 1000?

7:52 PM  
Anonymous ken mehlman said...

This doesn't involve me. I don't know Jack Abramoff.
This is not happening!

8:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

WASHINGTON -- A New Jersey congressman said Wednesday it should have taken the FBI days, not years, to determine the anthrax used in 2001 that killed five people was much less sophisticated than believed.

Democratic Rep. Rush Holt asked FBI Director Robert Mueller for a classified briefing about the status of the bureau's investigation into who was behind the attacks.

Several published reports this week said the FBI had acknowledged the anthrax used in the attacks was commonly available and not weapons-grade.

In his letter to Mueller, Holt said the FBI's failure to determine what kind of anthrax was used meant that "resources were diverted and countless agents wasted their time investigating a small pool of suspects, instead of the broader search we now know was needed."

The FBI has conducted 9,100 interviews and issued 6,000 subpoenas.

Holt asked Mueller to have Douglas Beecher, a scientist in the FBI's Hazardous Materials Response Unit, testify before the House Intelligence Committee.

Beecher recently wrote an article in a scientific journal saying there was "a widely circulated misconception" that the anthrax spores were made using additives and sophisticated engineering akin to military weapons production.

FBI spokesman Bill Carter said he did not know if Mueller had received Holt's letter.

The anthrax attacks, in the days after Sept. 11, 2001, killed five people across the country and sickened 17. There were five confirmed anthrax infections and two suspected cases in New Jersey but no fatalities.

Paging Dr. Z., Paging Dr. Z.

9:02 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Yeah right. The WH says that they barely knew Abramoff. Here we go again: Denial and lying. The Gerbil and company will get caught because their lies will catch with them as long as Abramoff keeps spilling his guts to the prosecutor.

9:38 PM  
Anonymous tinfoil hat said...

Hahahahaha GEF, that was hilarious!

Keep it up, I am telling you those pictures of Abramo"hoff" just say it all.....

What a crock!

10:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

how about all those other contacts ? girls girls girls !

2:02 AM  

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