Dec 30, 2006

Affluent Effluent..!

The Justice Department is investigating whether the director of a multibillion-dollar oil-trading program at the Interior Department has been paid as a consultant for oil companies hoping for contracts.
The director of the program and three subordinates, all based in Denver, have been transferred to different jobs and have been ordered to cease all contacts with the oil industry until the investigation is completed some time next spring, according to officials involved.
The officials, who spoke on condition of anonymity because the investigation had not been announced publicly, said investigators were worried that senior government officials had been steering huge oil-trading contracts to favored companies.
Any such favoritism would probably reduce the money that the federal government receives on nearly $4 billion worth of oil and gas, because it would reduce competition among companies that compete to sell the fuel on behalf of the government.
If the allegations prove correct, they would constitute a major new blot on the Interior Department’s much-criticized effort to properly collect royalties on vast amounts of oil and gas produced on land or in coastal waters.
The Interior Department’s Minerals Management Service, which oversees royalty collections, is now the target of multiple investigations by Congress and the Interior Department’s inspector general. <more>


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Move over, Krispy Cremes!

A little off-topic, I know, but I thought of you, Fitz, when I tried the custom-designed doughnuts at the new Fractured Prune on Dupont Circle (21st and P NW). Great coffee, too . . .Cute website -

12:47 PM  
Blogger Global Evildoer Fighter said...

Hello Fitz and JBs.. :)



12:54 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

More and more the Dept of the Interior is looking like Graftopolis!...starting with the former Secretary of the Interior, Gale Norton!

I am currently watching the departure of Pres. Ford's body to DC for the State Funeral proceedings. Interesting melding of the last century and this one with Iraqi Americans celebrating in Dearborn, MI and the final internment of Pres. Ford in Grand Rapids, MI.

President Ford set a high bar for ethics, integrity and bipartisanship. Might be a good idea for some current politicians to review what those words mean.

12:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good Morning/Afternoon Everyone:

I'm looking forward to 2007!! :)

The evildoers time has come to pay the piper! You can only tromp on the Constitution for so long...and JUSTICE is coming..

12:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Scarlett, author of the Iraq war dossier, is knighted

Nigel Morris and Kim Sengupta
London Independent
Saturday, December 30, 2006

John Scarlett, who took responsibility for the error-ridden dossier that justified the war in Iraq, is knighted in today's New Year's Honours list. The award will enrage peace campaigners, who have accused the veteran spymaster of saving Tony Blair's skin over the flawed case for the invasion.

The news came as a British soldier was killed by a roadside bomb in Basra yesterday, the 127th to die since the invasion in 2003.

Sir John, the head of MI6, played a key role in the Hutton Inquiry hearings into the death of the weapons expert David Kelly, three years ago. He steadfastly defended the dossier, which contained the notorious claim that Iraq could launch weapons of mass destruction in 45 minutes. And he dismissed accusations he had bowed to pressure to "sex up" the document's conclusions.

Anthony's Comment:

This is truly sickening!

They illegally invade a foreign country on the basis of a lie concocted under pressure by politicians, concoted by John Scarlett, head of MI6, that Saddam could launch WMDs against British territory (Cyprus?) in 45 mins, which constitutes a war crime.

Then they capture its leader, put him on trial and hang him for, wait for it, yes, war crimes!!!

Then they knight the man who took the rap for the sexed-up dossier.

All I can say is:

"Arise Sir John!"

1:00 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Good morning.
This is a surprise? The real surprise is the people are actually being told the truth.

1:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kathleen M. Dickson said...
If you want to know why Churchill said that, read "A MAN CALLED INTREPID."

A book, KMD which has received very mixed reviews, none of which explain why Churchill said that.

1:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GEF says:


12:54 PM

Don't count on it GEF!

S-Q said...
Good Morning/Afternoon Everyone:

I'm looking forward to 2007!! :)
So, no doubt is Bush!

Who’s going to end up this time next year with a smile on their face? Bush, and the neo-cons, or GEF and s-q and the rest of the JBs on this blogsite?


An entire army of lawyers and Grand juries couldn’t investigate all the crimes committed by this and previous administrations!

Waxman and Fitz have their work cut out for them just prioritizing the most important ones, and I’m not even sure they get that right!

Here’s some that have apparently been missed, or are still at the bottom of their in-tray, and I’m sure there’s enough evidence in all these cases to justify the convening of a grand jury.

• Death of JFK Sr
• Death of MLK
• Death of RFK
• Death of John Arthur Paisley
• Jonestown
• Death of John Lennon
• Death of JFK Jr and his companions
• 9/11 (indeed Paul Mitchell has asked to present evidence on this one before g. jury)
• The Iraq War

By the way, a man called Michael L. Kathrein lost a case against a firm of lawyers whom he said were fleecing him, appealed and lost again.

He presented “evidence” of wrongdoing to PJF who, presumably, on the basis that the case had already been tried before a p. jury, and again on appeal, saw no further point in bringing it before a g. jury, and suggested Mitchell take his case to the FBI.

Kathrein then petitioned the SCOTUS for writ of Certiorari to be issued to the US Court of Appeals for the 7th circuit, arguing that

1. An American Citizen has a Constitutional right to petition the federal grand jury to investigate crimes committed against them.
2. An American Citizen has a statutory right to petition the federal grand jury to investigate crimes committed against them.
3. Members of the executive or judicial branches of government do not have the authority to block access to the grand jury.

Indeed, Paul Andrew Mitchell, private attorney general, believes that he has found a legally binding precedent throughout the judicial district of New York, and therefore in lower Manhattan, for “a private litigant” to “obtain a writ of mandamus to compel U.S. attorney to present facts concerning alleged criminal wrongdoing to grand jury.

Unfortunately, as I said earlier, an entire army of lawyers and Grand juries couldn’t investigate all the crimes committed by this and previous administrations!

2:03 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Sounds like a neat place in dc, I'll have to check it out;-) thanks anon

Oh I could investigate them all, Anthony! I think S-Q and I could produce what's needed within 6 months heehee
Most of the work has already been done by people over the years, its a matter of collecting it and making a time-line.

I have a lawyer friend who investigated a case when he heard a school was being built on a toxic dump site here in Ohio-well, he had all kinds of evidence. Nobody was interested...until 11 years later when kids began to get sick with odd cancers. He just handed them the file-the school has since been closed. That's not what I really call justice-but I guess some justice is better than none.

2:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Legislature mortgaged state's future by passing sweetheart pension deal

Anyone doubting the folly and inherent danger of cooking up laws behind closed doors and passing them with little public input - a la the Pennsylvania Legislature - need only look at the state's pending pension crisis. snip

What happened was this: Back in 2001, members of former Gov. Tom Ridge's administration got together with legislative leaders and hatched a plan that resulted in a 50 percent pension boost for most legislators and a 25 percent increase for 300,000 state workers and public school teachers.

Now the state is feeling the financial repercussions.

The AP found that Pennsylvanians are shelling out about $1 billion annually to subsidize state pensions, which are currently averaging around $20,000. That's nearly three times the average paid to retirees in the private sector and about one-third higher than the national average for a government pension.

Education will suffer in the end. 1,2,3...time to use 'the google' on the sins of Tom Ridge.

2:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Saddam is dead. How does the world react to this? What do Americans think?

3:24 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Pandora's Box is at the Department of the Interior, and it did not start with Gale Norton. Those folks are supposed to oversee oil, mineral, mining, etc. extraction that happens on federal land. I don't think anyone at the Interior got charged for obstruction of justice for destroying those countless boxes of documents, possibly hiding evidence because of Cobell v. Norton, now Cobell v. Kempthorne. How does one 'lose' $100 billion without anyone watching?

GrandmaNuk, sometimes I hide out as a black and white cat. ;-) My resolution will be to keep Kitty Bowtie's face out of the cat food bowl. He's already getting diet cat food. He was a stray so he does not know there really is an endless supply of cat food now, he does not have to eat it all in one day.

3:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Xenia Onatopp said...
Saddam is dead. How does the world react to this? What do Americans think?

Well, I've told you what I think. but I'm not an American or the world!

3:49 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Anonymous, some government folks can get Social Security. Are the state employees in Pennsylvania eligible for Social Security or not? An average of a $20,000 pension + Social Security sounds like a 'sweet deal' but an average of $20,000 without anything else does not sound like a sweet deal for everybody at all. The key word is "average." If there are folks making more than $20K in a pension then to average that out, there will be folks making $10,000 or even less for a pension. They better have their house paid off before they can retire, drive really old cars, and be ready to decide food or medicine if that is the case.

Retired state educators in Illinois are NOT eligible for Social Security. The state pension is all they can get, and they pay into that while they are employed. If it goes belly up with its $68 billion in the hole, Illinois retirees will be screwed, even more so than former Enron employees, who at least can still collect Social Security.

3:56 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Fitz doesn't need anymore Krispy Kreme..That should be his New Year's resolution: to cut back on KKs. And do you think that the rugby man will do that? Naw... Talking to him on that issue is like talking to the hand... I see no talks on Dunkin Donuts. I used to love those donuts back then.

More problems for the Ambien and the Gerbil for 2007 and the rest of the evil doers. The Gerbil and the Ambien certainly have the karma of Kali, the Hindu goddess. She represents many good spirits and yet many bad. Kali can represent chaos, destruction, and greed. And that is what the Ambien and the Gerbil have become.

4:03 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Oh my God, I looked at the article on the other thread about Illinois. Folks, there is somebody far *worse* and more frightening than Hastert and it looks like he wants to run in two years for Hastert's seat. El Diablo is:

Jim Oberweis

I've never campaigned for a Republican but if *anybody* else runs against Oberweis in the 2008 Republican primary, there is a first time for everything.

No wonder there is such bad juju in this area. I knew Oberweis was close to Hastert's district but God have mercy on us--that guy is in Hastert's district. Oberweis is so far to the right he makes Hastert seem like a Democrat.

4:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

T said...
Oh I could investigate them all, Anthony! I think S-Q and I could produce what's needed within 6 months heehee

When do you want to start and which one do you want to start with? LOL

Within 6 months T? So, if we start next month... by summer we could have them all indicted and on their way to trial.. LOL

4:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


But, first let me check with my new Chief Advisor.. GEF, and see if I can fit that in before he starts my Presidential campaign! LOL

4:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Reagan was the subject of criminal and civil investigations by both the FBI and a federal grand jury in Los Angeles. A Justice Department memorandum quoted a Hollywood source as saying, "Ronald Reagan is a complete slave of MCA who would do their bidding on anything."

Wonder if all this is true? What would be the point of anyone lying anyway now? We certainly deserve and expect change from the justice department.

4:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anthony said...

it makes me sick that Bush and Blair are going to get away scot free.

Keep the faith, Anthony!! (Or GET it -- whichever is the case!)

In 2007, the giant tree of corruption continues to get uprooted, clipped, chopped into pieces and INCINERATED!

On the eve of this new year we can all anticipate joyfully watching this process continue to unfold before our eyes!

Bush, Blair -- and the countless others who have been doing bad deeds -- will most certainly NOT get away scot free!


I copied and pasted anthony's excerpt from another thread. Sorry, this may be bad blog etiquette, but this thread is where the action is now ...

4:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pentagon to Request Billions More in War Money

NY Times
Saturday, December 30, 2006

The Pentagon is seeking nearly $100 billion for operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere, a request that, if approved by Congress, would set an annual record for war-related spending.

5:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anthony said ...

"An entire army of lawyers and Grand juries couldn’t investigate all the crimes committed by this and previous administrations!

Waxman and Fitz have their work cut out for them just prioritizing the most important ones"


Yes, My parents are always telling me how important it is to Prioritize.

In my case, that means something like "Cut the Payroll Checks before you paint the dog's toenails."

I can't even begin to imagine the
complexity of prioritizing the tasks that lie ahead of the justice-seekers.

All I can say is, God Bless You All. And may the next step that you need to take be Crystal Clear to you.

Also (to Fitz and Team, and whomever else is reading this), I would suggest -- and your first impulse will be that you don't have enough time -- but I would suggest Meditation. (Maybe TM, if you're acquainted with that.)

And Mr. Fitzgerald, are you taking time to exercise? To run, or do whatever it is you like to do to clear the fog from your mind.

An absence of Physical clutter in your environment would probably also be helpful...


5:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

patrick j fitzgerald said:

Feds Investigate Bush/Cheney Oil Czar .......

I'm afraid I don't understand that entire article, but I guess I get the gist of it...

Great News!!!


5:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

p.s. I don't really paint my dogs' toenails.

5:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amen, to that Stephanie at 5:46 PM, and God Bless you for all you've done, and do, and will do.

So, no more blogs from me tonight, they'd be a distraction from my previous ones, and yours.

And, of course, no more recipes!

In any case, at 22:55, it's time for bed!

5:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anthony said...
Scarlett, author of the Iraq war dossier, is knighted

Nigel Morris and Kim Sengupta
London Independent
Saturday, December 30, 2006

John Scarlett, who took responsibility for the error-ridden dossier that justified the war in Iraq, is knighted in today's New Year's Honours list.

Anthony's Comment:

This is truly sickening!

Sickening though it is, I think this is actually Good News.

Explain to us what privileges come with knighthood, if you would please. So that we can better understand the Queen's motivation.


6:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

From Matthew's message of May 23, 2006:

The most powerful of the Illuminati are not public figures such as presidents, premiers, ambassadors, members of Congress or Parliaments, or corporate CEOs, board chairs or head of the Federal Reserve. On the contrary, the peak Illuminati work in secrecy and silence out of public sight as they control those prominent figures.

S: What about Queen Elizabeth?

MATTHEW: She is a rare exception insofar as being in the public eye. However, she is portrayed as a ceremonial figurehead who serves England’s enjoyment of the pomp and romance of royal traditions, whereas she actually is among the most powerful of the Illuminati due to the Crown’s vast holdings. Still greater influence, though, is centered in the Vatican, with its pernicious outreach of virtual mind control over its religious adherents and ruthlessness in preserving its internal secret societies and untold wealth.

6:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


ignore this nonsense about the clutter , works for me

and biloxi , lay off of him about about the krispies, I don't care if he has a little belly

but i'm gonna cook him some eggs if he ever gives me the chance !

and thanks Jane ! it is a wonderful and unexpected surprize ! and you can thank a Ford in part !

we keep following along .....

6:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is anyone watching CBS? Alexander Haig trying to make out Gerald Ford as confused old man about Nixon making him President. Asshat.

6:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"John Scarlett, who took responsibility for the error-ridden dossier that justified the war in Iraq, is knighted in today's New Year's Honours list. The award will enrage peace campaigners, who have accused the veteran spymaster of saving Tony Blair's skin over the flawed case for the invasion."

I am wondering whether knighthood offers any kind of actual protection ..... or whether the queen is simply doing this with hopes of keeping Scarlett silent about her/Tony Blair's role in the deception.


7:01 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"and biloxi , lay off of him about about the krispies, I don't care if he has a little belly"

LOL! Now, Anon I said nothing about Fitz's belly. Now, what you know about his belly that I don't know? LMAO! TMI!
I'm talking about too much sugar in his body from those Krispy Kreme not looking like he is going give birth to triplets with a Krispy Kreme..

We want the crunch 'n munch prosecutor lean and mean come next month for the trial. He can eat all the KKs afer the trial..

7:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush Quote of the Day:

"I've been talking to Vicente Fox, the new president of Mexico -- I know him -- to have gas and oil sent to the United States ... so we'll not depend on foreign oil."

George W. Bush--Geography Professor


7:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Damn, Dick Cheney and Karl Rove look a bit like father and son when looked at from the side. I never noticed that before. Darth is starting to look feeble but who the hell cares, send him to jail anyway.

I'm watching the Ford service at Congress. Cheney is suppose to speak, ack.

8:01 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Hey, y'all. Watching President Ford's funeral on CBS. Cheney and Rummy are there.... History would not survive the TV ratings war.Sigh.

8:06 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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8:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let's Go Girls!

(I was out last night and had too much fun!) :)

8:20 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


President Bush went to bed before Hussein's execution Friday night, but the White House released a statement after the news trickled out, which had been first reported at the U.S. based television station Al-Hurra in Iraq, minutes after 10 PM EST.

Thr maryjanes and the booze knocked out him to sleep early... Amazing.. The Gerbil worked only 3 hours on a strategy of Iraq and yet found time to go to bed early on the hanging of Hussein.. Georgie certainly "work" hard for his money.. What a life...And I wonder what Manuel Noriega, cahrged with money laudering, drug trafficking, etc, and worked for CIA from the late 1950s to 1986, thinks of all this since he was supposed to served 40 years in prison and got his prison sentence reduced to 30 years.

I am watching Ford's funeral. Cheney just spoke.. He is putting me to sleep with his yawning spech about Ford. Speaking of Ford, one thing that is positive about him is that- his commitment to a diverse America, affirmative action, and a first rate Supreme Court. That I give him credit.

8:21 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

S_Q, After watching that video, I feel like a woman, too. HeeHee. Nice back up band. Oh, my.

8:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Yeah, nice band...aren't they cute? Ohhhh... hehe

8:38 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Alexander Haig:

"I'm in charge" following the shooting of Reagan.

Who was confused that day, Alex? Gee, Alex, did you take any of Ronnie's pills?

You had the title of top confused, old man until you were knocked off the top spot by Ross Perot's VP wannabe Stockdale at the debate--"Who am I, why am I here."

8:48 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

S_Q, oh yeah. Too young for me,but they are hot.

8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Too young for me too! But still cute! I guess that didn't stop Demi Moore though..isn't she like twice her husband's age? LOL

8:54 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

So when was that Bush/Mexico quote? Vincente Fox is *not* the new president of Mexico. Fox is the former president of Mexico; Felipe Calderón Hinojosa is the current president. I guess the controversy surrounding the last Mexican presidential election escaped someone's knowledge. So I guess someone flunks history today, too.

8:56 PM  
Anonymous they're robbing the cradle said...

Calamity jane and S_Q, get your minds out of the gutter. They could be your sons for crying out loud!

9:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Night Owl:

The quotes are random..but all are Bush quotes..that WAS an old quote...duh!

I didn't say he said it today! :)

9:03 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

S_Q, yeah, Ashton's pretty close to being young enough to be her son.HeeHee.I'm getting naughty.Giggle.

9:03 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

they're robbing the cradle: no we're not. We're just...discussing.HeeHee. It's girl talk.

9:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Goodness! Some people are so quick to judge! Lighten up..and don't take everything so seriously folks! LOL

9:10 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

I am not concerned about my intelligence or knowledge being questioned.

9:10 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Night Owl:

Well, I posted an old Bush quote and I guess you think that gives you the right to judge my knowledge and intelligence! LOL!! Too funny!!

9:15 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

You said it, S_Q. Oh, BTW, watch your email tomorrow.....Man, I feel like a woman! Heehee!

9:16 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Okay I will...Do you work tonight? How many new babies have been born there this month, thus far?

9:20 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

S_Q, I'm off tonight. I don't have a baby count for the month.I'd guess for our hospital, about 160. We have had a run on twins. The other night we had four sets at the same time here.

9:24 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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9:24 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Congratualations to Tiger Woods and his wife:

ANAHEIM, Calif. - Tiger Woods celebrated his 31st birthday Saturday by sharing some of his biggest news of the year — his wife is expecting their first child this summer.

9:26 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Ah yes, here we have another example of someone on the blog looking for hidden meanings and putting thoughts into my head which do not belong. S-Q took the first message I wrote about Bush not knowing who was the new president of Mexico personally, like I meant her. Then, after S-Q's defensive response about the "Quote of the Day" being from the past, she took my next message personally, too.

The world does not revolve around S-Q. I meant Bush in the first quote, and I meant myself in the second message.

"Sometimes a cigar is just a cigar"--attributed to Freud, but not without a little doubt if he really said it.

9:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Four sets of twins at the same time? I bet that kept all of you busy! LOL Lucky parents to be blessed with twins..I think anyway! :)

Btw..You have mail :)

9:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Night Owl:

Well, since I posted that Bush quote, yes, I took it personally!

No, the world doesn't revolve around me and it certainly doesn't revolve around you either!

End of conversation Night Owl!

9:38 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Thanks, S_Q. I have been busy.BTW, I thought you were just posting another oddball quote from Bush. I didn't assume it was supposed to be recent because I knew Fox is no longer Pres of Mexico.

9:45 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

S_Q,you've got mail.

9:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I think everyone knows Fox is no longer President of Mexico! LOLMAO

Thanks for the mail. :)

10:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I gotta run now!

Happy New Year Everyone! :)


10:16 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

good night S_Q.

10:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My, but there are some profound revelations on this blog... I mean meditation time..

10:25 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Hello? Anybody home?LOL

10:35 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final Posting:

Tricky Dick Cheney hails Ford's pardon of Nixon

Good night! Biloxi man out!

10:35 PM  
Blogger KittyBowTie said...

I hope Cheney remembers the meaning of his words about Ford's pardon of Nixon if anyone in the future ever sets up a truth and reconciliation program in Iraq based on that of South Africa.


My, but there are some profound revelations on this blog... I mean meditation time..

Thanks! That was the best laugh I've had in two weeks. As soon as I stop laughing, I'm going back to my comfy bed.

10:44 PM  
Blogger KittyBowTie said...

Maybe this picture is better. I don't look as much like I need to call Jenny.

11:00 PM  
Blogger Jackie said...

This case is among many to come. Notice Cheney spoke at President Ford's funeral saying it was good for him to pardon Nixon. Sounds like he's looking for a pardon himself. Bush is smoking mary jane and drinking notice he couldn't make it to show his respect to Ford. Even Laura was to busy to attend. This year will bring out so many criminal names and corruption we'll forget about Watergate. Bush knows he's done and should be looking for a friend like Gerald Ford to pardon him.

11:03 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

Speaking of smoking mary jane, FEMA is at it again. FEMA won't help flood victims in Rockford, Illinois who lost their homes but they will give money when there was 12 inches of snow, no one lost their homes, and most of the roads were cleared of snow after a day.

FEMA story

I bet W. Bush was upset because Ford said that we never should have gone into Iraq and that is why he is delaying going to the funeral. Speaking of which, who gets Tuesday off work beside the Post Office, Wall Street, and I think federal offices in D.C.?

11:43 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Evening headlines...New Saddam Hanging Video Reveals Testy Exchange

I wonder what war criminal will next be sent to the gallows

Cheney Hails Ford's Pardon of Nixon

Of course he does.

Hey CJ, did any of those twin sets have a 67 year old mom? hehe


11:56 PM  
Anonymous teak said...

FEMA wouldn't help Kansas flood victims that lost homes after Katrina either. We didn't have our National Guard Equipment when it was needed too.

Cheney needs to bugger off, and the news needs to quit showing Lynne's mug on the tube. Some of us don't want to look at either one of them.

12:06 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This American wants to know why Saddam wasn't tried for killing the Kurds. Somebody didn't want the news out where the lethal weapons came from and who sold (or gave) it to Saddam?

Since Reagan is dead, perhaps we should ask Bush, Sr., Cheney and Rumsfeld.

12:18 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"It was rumored, in 1946, that the hangman in Nuremberg adjusted the nooses of some of the condemned to magnify the pain of suffocation. Such sadism was not called for then and is not called for now. But if fornication is wrong, there is no denying that it can bring pleasure. The death of Saddam Hussein at rope's end brings a pleasure that is undeniable, and absolutely chaste in its provenance."

Now the author of this article, William F. Buckley Jr. is a sick, disgusting creep.

12:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wish I was kittybowtie: get a warmer for Christmas, live rent free, eat kitty food for free, get my kitty litter poop dumped every now and then for free, and loaf around the house.. Ain't life grand?

3:09 AM  
Anonymous truman capote said...

I wish I were S-Q. I'd be drinking Long Neck Turtle Beer, groping young cowboy butt and getting kicked out of rough wrangler bars for lightin' farts off.

oh my.

4:19 AM  
Anonymous Kathleen M. Dickson said...

"Received mixed reviews" means nothing. Intrepid himself approved of it, and released the documents to the author. This is an authentic story and you should read it.

What happened to the format on this blogger thingee

My website is

5:56 AM  
Anonymous dallas arbiter fuzzface said...



hmm ???

check it out:

5:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anon at 12:22 AM

A few years ago I might have felt the same about Saddam's death. But then I didn't know what I know now.

"Say to them, 'As surely as I live, declares the Sovereign LORD, I take no pleasure in the death of the wicked, but rather that they turn from their ways and live.'"

(Ezekiel 33:11)

As someone who claims to be a Christian, Buckley should know better.

6:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A dictator created then destroyed by America

Robert Fisk
London Independent
Saturday, December 30, 2006

Saddam to the gallows. It was an easy equation. Who could be more deserving of that last walk to the scaffold - that crack of the neck at the end of a rope - than the Beast of Baghdad, the Hitler of the Tigris, the man who murdered untold hundreds of thousands of innocent Iraqis while spraying chemical weapons over his enemies? Our masters will tell us in a few hours that it is a "great day" for Iraqis and will hope that the Muslim world will forget that his death sentence was signed - by the Iraqi "government", but on behalf of the Americans - on the very eve of the Eid al-Adha, the Feast of the Sacrifice, the moment of greatest forgiveness in the Arab world.

6:44 AM  
Anonymous e said...

Top of the New Year's Eve to you....

8:05 AM  
Anonymous themysterygf said...

anon 6:52 pm
Over easy for me please ;-D

9:47 AM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

"Now the author of this article, William F. Buckley Jr. is a sick, disgusting creep."

I agree and add the editors and publishers who let that go to print.

9:53 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Good Morning All:-)

Happy New Years Eve? Are you guys/gals ready to put your party hats on? heehee

My hat is ready-along with a blue velvet floor length dress and long gloves. I'm feelin' prissy today hehe GMNUK I'll email you a picture if they are any good;-)

I second that on Buckley Nightowl! That mean old man...

Hope everyone has a nice holiday:-D

10:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess S_Q is still at that Fraternity House gropping those nice young hot things!

10:57 AM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Good morning, everybody. Happy New Year's Eve.

11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a feat yet unaccomplished, will the Department of Defense budget past and present be audited, and balanced in the year 2007 ... or, at least: BY the year 2013?

12:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy New Year's Eve to you, CJ.

Today is my younger sister and brother's birthday. They were born 3 years apart. (With another brother born half way between them). I remember when my brother was born, my sister bawled for hours because that was "her" birthday.

Both of them missed the prizes for being the closet to being a "New Year's Baby" at the hospital.

12:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good Morning/Afternoon Everyone:

New Orleans You Are Not Forgotten..The Saints Are Coming..

Justice in 2007 is my New Year's Prediction!! :)

12:27 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

teak, it must be hard to have your BD on New Year's Eve.

S_Q, I feel really good about our chances for Justice in 2007. Congress knows they gotta stand and deliver.

12:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great video, S-Q. That was so strange seeing all that aircraft over the city.

CJ, I think the siblings are okay with their BDs, my parents probably appreciated the after x-mas sales. I know I do with my daughter's January BD. My mom always made sure they had nice, unique birthday cakes of their own.

Here is hoping 2007 is the year for truth and justice for evil-doers no matter how much power they have--I don't think Americans are going to settle this time for less.

1:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

watch this video. Notice the person's picture at the end. hehe

2:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bush is back to reading "My Pet Goat", playing guitar while a city will be drowned, waiting and stalling..

Just like he started a war in Iraq before the war in Afghanistan was complete..all based on lies. Think he will start a war with Iran in his now predictable pattern? Seems we have been hearing lies and more lies from him lately and again he waits, picture that now familiar look on his face as he waits.

God help our troops along with Iraq, Iran and Afghanistan.

2:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2:25 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Good Morning/Afternoon/Evening folks!

Happy New Years Afternoon/Eve!

As we all bring the New Years of the year 2007, 2006 becomes the past with the all the despair, surprises, corruption, deaths, sorrow, pain, and yet triumph, hope, and strength. I hope that 2007 is the year to rebuild in this country since we have divided as a country and a year of not repeating history: meaning another Nixon/Ford replica.. All eyes will be on the 110th Congress and new Senate come January 4 as we will be holding them accountable in their commitment to this country and to the public.

2:50 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Sydney rang in the New Year of 2007.

Superb fireworks display in Sydney as world ushers in 2007

2:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is the nasty truth leaking out kathleen??

What do we have here...

Any questions?

3:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Okay People, We need to make the
murder of Paul Sanford a step FORWARD -- Not a step Backward -- in our quest for Justice.

Somebody needs to be (if they're not already!) printing up T-Shirts, Sweatshirts, and Bumper Stickers in his honor.

Something to the effect of:

Paul Sanford (front of shirt)
American Martyr

JUSTICE for his Death (back)
JUSTICE In All Matters

Red White and Blue, an American Flag, you get the idea...!

Anybody out there want to start cranking out some merchandise?!!


4:01 PM  
Anonymous the truth in your face said...

How much faster shall it blow up, anyone got a timer?

4:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BAGHDAD, Iraq - The death of a Texas soldier, announced Sunday by the Pentagon, raised to 3,000 the number of U.S. service members who killed since the war began - a grim milestone that came as Saddam Hussein was buried in the village where he was born.

December has been the deadliest month for the American military in Iraq in a year. There was, however, no sign of a feared Sunni uprising in retaliation for Saddam's hanging, and the bloodshed on Saturday was not far off the daily average - 92 Iraqis killed from bombings and death squads.

Hundreds flocked to Saddam's grave.

4:30 PM  
Anonymous smirnoff said...

Don't get TOO drunk tonight!


5:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Predictions for 2007:

GEF will finally reveal that he is a she.

Special Prosecutor Biloxi will finally knocked off Patrick J, Fitzgerald for sexiest man alive for 2007.

Krispy Kreme franchise will be outsourced to India and Dubai.

Fitz will go through a Krispy Kreme withdrawals ehich will reveal his dark side

Fitz's kitty will get fed up with his constant fixation for Krispy Kremes and constant abandonment from the home and seek legal advice from Randall Samborn, seek property rights, and seek a restraining order from his owner.

5:37 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Good afternoon/evening all.I see some are still trying to work those crystal balls. HeeHee.

5:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...
Predictions for 2007:

Special Prosecutor Biloxi will finally knocked off Patrick J, Fitzgerald for sexiest man alive for 2007.

What??! Somebody sexier than
Patrick J. Fitzgerald??!

That's *Outrageous*!!

YOU're a nut.....

(hee hee)


5:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"That's *Outrageous*!!"

"YOU're a nut....."

Stephanie will finally get caught by the police department after a warrant for her arrest for $2,000 outstanding unpaid parking tickets.

Hee hee...

5:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Stephanie,when you are going to break your silence to the media and to the bloggers that you are really the love child of Dick Cheney? Are you make that announcement to ring in the New Year? And when is your daddy going to pay back his overdue child support payments? Are you going to support your daddy on the stand at Libby's trial?


6:00 PM  
Anonymous The future said...

Predictions for 2007-

Biloxi and Fitz will become law partners and open offices in Dubai and India, next door to Krispy Kreme.

CalamityJane and T will open an adoption agency in Baghdad and their clients will be celebrities.

Grandmanuk and E will start a newsletter and will eventually merge with CNN.

Stephanie and Anthony will open a small bean soup restaurant in the UK.

Teak and GeezerPower will open a computer repair shop somewhere in Kansas.

GEF and SQ will write comedy musicals for Broadway.

Kathleen and Night Owl will work in the George W. Bush Library and will have to look at "My Pet Goat" everyday.

Roger Rancourt and A_Loon will open a Private Investigator office in Idaho.

Anon and Anon will find names for themselves before 2008.

6:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Watched more Pres. Ford's funeral yesterday.

Liked his tape regarding Iraq and hope Bush and mainly......... everyone else listens.



gulf of mexico

6:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

2007 here we go

natl " tort reform" ?

oh yeah

and over easy ......okay

and i'll take care of the cats

and the blood sugar levels

and the sugar ........

i heard the question was ' do you want the currency changed ?' and they said "NO" and isn't it just too hard to please anyone

now we wouldn't want anyone to steal anything from those we are trying to help .......

shadow ag

6:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CRAWFORD, Texas (Reuters) - President George W. Bush mourned the death of the 3,000th U.S. soldier in Iraq, the White House said on Sunday, but cautioned war weary Americans that no quick end was in sight to the fight against terrorism.

Bush has been under pressure to change course in Iraq amid widespread public and political discontent. He is expected to unveil his new strategy, which could include more U.S. troops sent into battle, early next month.

"The president believes that every life is precious and grieves for each one that is lost," said White House spokesman Scott Stanzel. "He will ensure their sacrifice was not made in vain."

from RawStory (Haha on the computer store ;) Geezer would probably fire me after a hour.)

Only 35 percent of the military members polled this year said they approve of the way President Bush is handling the war, while 42 percent said they disapproved. The president’s approval rating among the military is only slightly higher than for the population as a whole. In 2004, when his popularity peaked, 63 percent of the military approved of Bush’s handling of the war. While approval of the president’s war leadership has slumped, his overall approval remains high among the military.

6:41 PM  
Anonymous The Future said...

More Predictions for 2007-

Chimpcoulter and Jackie will open a Fashion Design House in Missouri, which will be called "Show Me" Designer Fashions.

Josh and Xenia will open a Bloggers Cafe which will offer coffee and "blogging computers" in New Orleans. (Starbucks will offer to buy them out before 2008.)

7:00 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

How 'bout those San Diego Superchargers? 14 and 2 and homefield advantage for the playoffs. WooHoo!

7:08 PM  
Anonymous gag me said...

GEF will undergo a sex change in 2007.

Will look like Ann Coulter's twin.

8:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where did all these trolls come from?I think I just stepped on some troll poop.HeeHee.

8:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have a Safe and Happy New Year Everyone!!!


8:17 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

hi, guys.

S_Q, you too.Have a good one.

gotta work tonight. Be safe everyone. Peace and love to all.

8:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ok 20 columnist in the Chicago Tribune each make a prediction for 2007: here is Eric Zorn's at number 16

16. Hold the pooh-pooh

Among the pundit classes, look for a valiant but ultimately futile effort from the "don't-believe-the-hype" crowd trying to pooh-pooh the revolutionary changes in communication technology, the ability of U.S. Atty. Patrick Fitzgerald to bring down the powerful and the burgeoning national enthusiasm for soon-to-be presidential candidate Barack Obama. 2007 will be a bad year for cynics. --Columnist Eric Zorn

8:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Also folk Patrick Fitzgerald is a Polar Bear.

OK, for those who do not know what a Polar Bear is go to the Polar Bear exhibit, observe, when they are being watched swimming around and having fun in their exhibit they are cute and look like fun. OK , out of the exhibit you don't want to play with them.

9:03 PM  
Anonymous gag me said...

GEF will expand to a C Cup.

Already a B Cup.

10:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

May 2007 bring global Peace and Prosperity! Happy New Year to Fitz and JBs!

11:12 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

2007 will bring more laws for Illinois--not everything here is terrible. Beginning Jan. 1st, sex offenders will be watched by Big Brother Technology and Illinois Law Enforcement, and this is a great thing:

New laws

Everybody (except for creepy sex offender sickos) have a great 2007!

11:55 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Happy New Year JB's

It's going to be a good year for justice seekers.

People keep telling me about this new movie "The Secret" thats supposed to be good. Anyone seen it?

I just got in, yum the champagne was good. Betty Buckaneer and I decided we're going to get some more to celebrate the next round of justice. We like the bubbles;-) Have a great evening- here's to the best for all of us in 2007

12:18 AM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Happy New Year,Fitzie an JB's. It's 11 pm here. The hospital is slow now. I'm on my break. Hopefully me and the girls will get time for a Martinelli's toast at midnight.BBL.

2:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Regarding the website that "dallas arbiter fuzzface" posted:

I have to say I don't understand most of this article, and I don't know whether it's on the level or not, but it says:

What we are witnessing is the cornering of key US criminal operatives and the imminent collapse of the criminal empire that seized control of the US Federal Government and intelligence services many years ago.

This criminal empire is now on its last desperate legs, and is watching its corrupt edifice collapse at an accelerating pace, ‘as we speak’.

Sounds lovely, doesn't it?!

2:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anthony said...

Amen, to that Stephanie at 5:46 PM, and God Bless you

Thank you, Anthony! And God Bless you too.



2:57 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anthony said...
Pentagon to Request Billions More in War Money

NY Times
Saturday, December 30, 2006

The Pentagon is seeking nearly $100 billion for operations in Iraq, Afghanistan and elsewhere, a request that, if approved by Congress, would set an annual record for war-related spending.

Hmmmm, can't imagine that will ever come to fruition.

Sounds like somebody is in serious la-la land, to me.

3:00 AM  
Blogger hullokitty69 said...

Happy New Year oh beloved Fitz bloggers

3:17 AM  
Anonymous t said...

Good Morning,

Is the champagne all gone? heehee

Did everyone have their fair share last night:-D

Gotta run, much to do before I leave. Yikes DC will be crowded this week...

GMNUK, you've got mail:-)

10:12 AM  
Blogger jan said...

Happy New Year to everyone!

10:53 AM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Happy New Year.

10:58 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Happy New Year, JBs.

Happy 5th BD to my fat little pug, Jewel.

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