Dec 18, 2006

Hot Dog...

"The National Law Journal today announced the selection of litigator and high-profile defense attorney Theodore V. Wells Jr as its 2006 “Lawyer of the Year.” Wells, who is preparing to defend I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby in a trial scheduled for Jan. 16..." <more>

Please pass the mustard..! ;)



Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Read about Wells being lawyer of the year.. Well, he certainly got a work cut out for his client, Scooter, in his dead horse case.. And I wonder if lawyer of the year, Ted Wells, will be representing little Scooter in the Wilsons civil lawsuit...

1:26 PM  
Anonymous clarice feldman said...

I wanna bone.

1:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What's Clarice wanna bone?

She should try Novak!


1:45 PM  
Anonymous clarice feldman said...

I wanna bone dat roughneck dawg Wu Tang Wells.

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


Keep these three quotes in mind concerning Wells's hoopla of getting Lawyer of the Year:

1. "Don't worry when you are not recognized, but strive to be worthy of recognition.“ --
Abraham Lincoln

2. "Effective leaders use a lot of ways to build an atmosphere of accomplishment and pride through recognition and appreciation. But the leaders should not be the central figures in control of the goodies. They should encourage recognition and appreciation up, down and across the organization and within and among teams."
- from Jim Clemmer's article, "Exception is a Poor Rule"

3. "Anyone can win a trophy. But it takes a team to win a championship." ---

1:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So Libby doesn't mind that Wells is a democrat. How nice.

"I think that Libby could care less that Ted is involved in the Democratic Party in New Jersey," Hayden said. "It's like your doctor [supporting Republicans.] If you're a Democrat, it's a non-issue.

"Libby is more concerned with how Ted Wells can cross-examine. And he's very good at that."

And Americans are more concerned with the truth and justice being served for once.

1:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is this cleaning up Enron's mess? Was Bush mixed up with Kenny Lay and Enron in dealing with India?

2:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

But he'll never be a Special Prosecutor. And I guess he'll have to go to trial with the case he has.

And #43 not welcome at SMU.
We Don't Want Your Stinkin' Library

The blog of Paul Burka, the senior executive editor of the magazine Texas Monthly, includes excerpts of a letter written to SMU's president by faculty, administrators, and staff of the university's Perkins School of Theology, worrying about siting the library at the university. In it, they say they would:

...regret to see SMU enshrine attitudes and actions widely deemed as ethically egregious: degradation of habeas corpus, outright denial of global warming, flagrant disregard for international treaties, alienation of long-term U.S. allies, environmental predation, shameful disrespect for gay persons and their rights, a pre-emptive war based on false and misleading premises, and a host of other erosions of respect for the global human community and for this good Earth on which our flourishing depends.

And how much room is needed for a Camus and a pet goat? Heh.

2:11 PM  
Anonymous Pepto Bismo said...

It does not bode well for his tummy after Fitz eats that wiener for lunch.

2:15 PM  
Anonymous wtf said...

Isn't Cheney also being represented by a Democrat?

2:15 PM  
Anonymous health department said...

Do you know what hot dogs are made of?

If you knew, you'd never eat another one!

2:16 PM  
Anonymous Fat Bastard said...

You can have Ted, Libby is mine! Get in ma belly!

2:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

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"If you're not Outraged, you're not paying attention"

"When the Power of Love Overcomes the Love of Power, the World Will Know Peace"

"War is not Pro-Life"

Etc, Etc, Etc .....

(Anybody need stocking stuffers?)


2:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Read about Wells being lawyer of the year..

Roisin Dubh said...
But he'll never be a Special Prosecutor. And I guess he'll have to go to trial with the case he has.

"Ya win some, Ya lose some ....."


2:36 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Pass the relish, please...

I see from the article that Wells argued the definition of "enterprise" in the RICO act before SCOTUS...I wonder if he was successful on that one.

I remember Giuliani successfully prosecuted Milken under RICO for his junk bond fraud in the 80s.

Hey SPB!

I was in Border's bookstore this morning and while looking in the DVD section, a DVD fell off the shelf and landed at my feet. I looked down and it said in big letters: "The Ultimate Justice League." I had to laugh @ the coincidence.

2:43 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Well Stephanie.

As I said from the quote: anyone can win a trophy but it takes a team to win a championship. Wells will never be a special prosecutor because he is not a team player.. That is why he only won a trophy and not a championship. He tends to forget is that he is a partner of a firm (a team) and he has worker bees that work for him (a team). Yes, special prosecutor is a title. But, teamwork, being a leader of a team, and work as a team in a unison is what makes a special prosecutor.

2:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"The Ultimate Justice League."


Maybe that title should be sequel with me in it.. LOL!

2:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You're up against the NLJ's "Best." Time to clampdown and don't let go.

2:55 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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2:56 PM  
Blogger Prezzildent despondent said...


Southern Methodist University Staff Fiercely Protest My Pet Goat Presidential Library...

Looks like SMU is having beef with Georgie's 'The Chimp Chronicles’ Library. And I wonder if the chimpster will have an open bar in his library..


2:57 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

BBC Latest News:

Bird flu suspected as 4,000 chickens die on French farm. More soon.

2:59 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

good afternoon. How are you all?

3:03 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

Hi CJ-

Doing good.

You did get a makeover I see.

3:08 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

yeah. It's not what I'm not sure I like it. I may go back and have them redo me.Heehee.

3:11 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Where'd I go? Oh, there I am. lol.

3:12 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

well I think it suits you ( :

3:17 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

One question, Why did Mr. Lawyer of the Year, put on a "memory expert" that has amnesia?

Fitzie, I still laugh so hard thinking about your cross examination of Loftus was pure poetic justice.

Gotta run...bbl

3:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

one gets the best counsel one can afford regardless of party affiliation. methinks the american people are getting their money's worth.

3:20 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Better yet, why is Mr. Lawyer of the Year representing Mr. "Perjury" Libby who is lying about his lies to protect the other WH liars?

3:23 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Nice, and just think Fitz, you're going to beat in court next year the 2006 Defense lawyer of the year.

Top of your game for you, not so much for him...he better enjoy it while he can-he won't be taking it in 2007 hehe

3:24 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

then again, if your position is indefensible, you have few little options for your client. the shrewd prosectutor prevents those options from occurring.

3:30 PM  
Anonymous christmas stocking said...

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire.

The I Lewis Scooter Libby case.

3:37 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Chestnuts roasting on an open fire."
"The I Lewis Scooter Libby case."


The rugby man is nipping at your nose..

Biloxi sings: Fitzmas carols being sung by a choir...

Man, that was beautiful...

3:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is a little off-topic. Except that it isn't.

Blair and Bush took our respective countries to war on a lie. When people didn't buy the Saddam sponsors al qaeda nonsense, they had to change the excuse. WMDS then became the reason (Of course, all this begs the question as to why they really wanted to invade Iraq and topple Saddam.)

Someone in Cheney's ("Scooter") exposed Valerie Plame as a covert CIA agent after her husband criticised the US government over its untruths (deliberate or otherwise)about Niger. They were saying that Saddam was getting uranium from Niger in order to make a bomb.

See the article on the Plame affair on Wikipedia.

The article below from the Independent of the 15th of the present month is not new, but it may noty have been given the courage in US as here in UK, so I'm pasting it.

It's about how Blair knowingly lied abpout WMDs in Iraq and how US officials were made aware of british diplomatic misgivings about WMDS.

I've posted part of the artcile, but the entire article is worth reading.

Diplomat's suppressed document lays bare the lies behind Iraq war

By Colin Brown and Andy McSmith
The Independent
Published: 15 December 2006

The Government's case for going to war in Iraq has been torn apart by the publication of previously suppressed evidence that Tony Blair lied over Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction.

A devastating attack on Mr Blair's justification for military action by Carne Ross, Britain's key negotiator at the UN, has been kept under wraps until now because he was threatened with being charged with breaching the Official Secrets Act.

In the testimony revealed today Mr Ross, 40, who helped negotiate several UN security resolutions on Iraq, makes it clear that Mr Blair must have known Saddam Hussein possessed no weapons of mass destruction. He said that during his posting to the UN, "at no time did HMG [Her Majesty's Government] assess that Iraq's WMD (or any other capability) posed a threat to the UK or its interests."

Mr Ross revealed it was a commonly held view among British officials dealing with Iraq that any threat by Saddam Hussein had been "effectively contained".

He also reveals that British officials warned US diplomats that bringing down the Iraqi dictator would lead to the chaos the world has since witnessed. "I remember on several occasions the UK team stating this view in terms during our discussions with the US (who agreed)," he said.

"At the same time, we would frequently argue when the US raised the subject, that 'regime change' was inadvisable, primarily on the grounds that Iraq would collapse into chaos."


In short, things seem to be unravelling for Tony Blair here in the UK.

Last Friday, I listened to a lngthy interview live on Radio 4 with John Humphries and former PM John Major, who is demanding an independent enquiry in the light of what the former diplomat is saying.

More on Blair's response in a bit.

3:50 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

SPB Dawg,

Not bad. Although, maybe not quite ready for prime time. It started out aw-right, got a little pitchy in the middle, but you brought it home in the end!

And thanks, now I am humming that song! ;)

3:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My last post was from the left of centre Independent.

Now for # 10's response as reported in the Tory Telegraph


No 10 sidesteps inquiry after WMD claim

Graeme Wilson
London Telegraph
Saturday, December 16, 2006

Downing Street brushed aside calls from Sir John Major for a full inquiry into the Iraq war after a former British diplomat revealed that the Government had not believed that Saddam Hussein's weapons of mass destruction (WMD) posed a threat to the UK.
Sir John backed an investigation after the publication of evidence submitted to the Butler inquiry into Iraq by Carne Ross, Britain's former First Secretary at the United Nations.

Mr Ross's damning three-page testimony raises fresh questions about Tony Blair's justification for the war and states that there had been "no intelligence evidence" that Saddam had chemical, biological or nuclear weapons. He added that British officials had repeatedly warned the US that the dictator's overthrow would trigger "chaos".;jsessionid=OQNDKYREYDWSZQFIQMGSFGGAVCBQWIV0?xml=/news/2006/12/16/wirq16.xml


Article ends thus: "I would like an independent inquiry that would actually examine all the information dispassionately, including the new information that is becoming available," he told Today on Radio 4.

However, his call for an inquiry were sidestepped by the Prime Minister's spokesman. Speaking in Brussels, he said: "We have had four inquiries into these matters. All four have had full access to all the information they required and all came to the conclusions that have been published."

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

"And thanks, now I am humming that song! ;)"

Well I'm certainly not Bing Crosby, Pat! LOL!

"Although, maybe not quite ready for prime time"

Maybe comedy central..

4:16 PM  
Blogger patriot girl said...

Update: France testing dead birds for flu

4:16 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Off the topic. Did anyone hearing about the NBA baskeball brawl between Denver Nuggets and NY Knicks? I remember seeing the Indiana Pacers and Detroit Pistons brawl where several players were fined and suspended for playing..

"Brawl on Broadway"

Los Angeles- Denver Nuggets forward Carmelo Anthony was
suspended 15 games on Monday for his part in a melee between his team
and the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

NBA Commissioner David Stern pulled no punches when he announced
the suspensions of seven players involved in the Saturday night
fracas, as well as a 500,000-dollar fine on both teams.

4:40 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Hi SPB. Thanks for the Birthday wish. I'm having a good one.

5:03 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

I had a birthday cake avatar, but I ate it,lol.

5:04 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Glad that you are Calamity Jane..

27 days and counting. Will little Irve plea bargain with the rugby man?

5:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...
homepage&oref=slogin headline

Detainee 200343 was among thousands of people who have been held and released by the American military in Iraq, and his account of his ordeal has provided one of the few detailed views of the Pentagon’s detention operations since the abuse scandals at Abu Ghraib. Yet in many respects his case is unusual.

The detainee was Donald Vance, a 29-year-old Navy veteran from Chicago who went to Iraq as a security contractor. He wound up as a whistle-blower, passing information to the F.B.I. about suspicious activities at the Iraqi security firm where he worked, including what he said was possible illegal weapons trading.

Americans want to know the truth and are tired of lies, secrets or evil kept hidden behind national security that has nothing to do with security at all. It only protects the evil and corrupt.

5:17 PM  
Anonymous christmas stocking said...

"The Rugby Man is nipping at your nose"...

LOL! You're a riot, SPB!

5:19 PM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

Dang SPB,

I can't get that song out of my head!!!

Chestnuts roasting on an open fire,
Fitzie nipping at your nose,
Fitzmas carols being sung by a blogger,
Jurors dressed up like Eskimos.

Everybody knows a Krispy Kreme and some mistletoe,
Help to make the season bright.
White House Leakers with eyes all aglow,
Will find it hard to sleep tonight.

They know that Fitzmas’s on his way;
He's loaded lots of briefs and summaries on his sleigh.
And every Justice’s child is going to spy,
To see if counselors really know how to fly.

And so I'm offering this simple phrase,
To kids from one to ninety-two,
Although its been sung many times, many ways,
A very Merry Fitzmas to you

(not ready for prime time either...LOL, but then some days I am easily entertained.)

5:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

definitely on-topic:

joke dating from the 1870s:

"What’s the difference between a chilly man and a hot dog? One wears a great coat, and the other pants."

5:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Should a hot dog be eaten with mustard?

WIKIpedia: QUOTE: Throughout the world, there are numerous variations in hot dog condiments from region to region. The most common are mustard, ketchup, chili, sauerkraut, cole slaw, pickle relish and chopped onion. Others include mayonnaise, chopped lettuce, tomato (chopped, sliced, or in wedges), pickle spear, celery salt, cheese, canned corn, deep-fried potato sticks, and hot peppers, and usually served in a bun.

In the United States, the Hot Dog Council ran a poll in 2005, which, according to their press release found mustard the most popular condiment (32 percent). "Twenty-three percent of Americans said they preferred ketchup. [...] Chili came in third at 17 percent, followed by relish (9 percent) and onions (7 percent). Southerners showed the strongest preference for Chili, while Midwesterners showed the greatest affinity for ketchup. Nationwide, however, mustard prevailed." [2]

Some Americans believe that a properly made hot dog should never be topped with ketchup. Often these people believe the flavor of ketchup overpowers and destroys the taste of the hot dog instead of complementing it. [3] In Chicago, some restaurants and hot-dog stands that consider themselves to be "true" Chicago hot dog grills do not, as a rule, carry ketchup in stock, even if they serve other food items that use this condiment, such as french fries. The National Hot Dog & Sausage Council, in its tongue-in-cheek recommendations for proper Hot Dog Etiquette capitulate only slightly to the public's general regard for ketchup, saying "Don't use ketchup on your hot dog after the age of 18". (This alludes to the fact that many children like ketchup on their hot-dogs due to the sweet taste, but adults are expected to have a more sophisticated palate).

In one case, a popular hot dog vendor for the Detroit Tigers baseball club was fired for refusing to provide a customer with ketchup for his hot dog. However, due to his unique "Opera" style, many fans asked for his return and he was eventually reinstated.[citation needed]

The Coney Island hot dog which is topped with a special "coney sauce" is also a favorite in the US Midwest. Several restaurants in Michigan claim to have invented the Coney dog, which is virtually unknown in its namesake Coney Island, New York. END QUOTE

5:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Another on-topic comment on the most pressing issue of the day:

Some words of advice from the National Hot Dog and Sausage Council, concerning the use of condiments with hot dogs:

What is the most popular condiment for a hot dog?

Council research shows that for adults, mustard is the condiment of choice, while children prefer ketchup. That said, preferences do change from region to region. For instance, hot dogs in New York are generally served with a lighter mustard and steamed onions, while Chicago hot dogs can come with mustard, relish, onions, tomato slices, or pretty much anything at all.

Kids were also asked what condiment they would use "if their moms weren't watching," and 25 percent opted for chocolate sauce.

Do I spread my condiment on the meat or on the bread?

Always dress the dog and not the bun. The Council also recommends the following order for condiment application: first wet (mustard for example), then chunky (relish or onions), then cheese if desired, then any spices.

5:38 PM  
Anonymous naschkatze said...

If no one else has mentioned this, looseheadprop has an interesting post on FDL on whether Cheney will be called as a witness in the Libby trial.

5:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kids were also asked what condiment they would use "if their moms weren't watching," and 25 percent opted for chocolate sauce.


5:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Kids were also asked what condiment they would use "if their moms weren't watching," and 25 percent opted for chocolate sauce.


5:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

t said...
Nice, and just think Fitz, you're going to beat in court next year the 2006 Defense lawyer of the year.

I just got a confirming signal when I read that!


5:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz laready posted that a few days ago.

5:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Roll up! Roll up! for anthony's all american hot dog bar!

(pssst! Don't tell anyone I'm not a certified yank!)


New York Deli Dog

This New York classic is typically grilled flat on the griddle by delis and hot dog shops across the City. The Food Court version, a super natural-casing foot-long beef frank by Best's, is topped with sauerkraut and deli mustard.

New York Street Cart Dog

The street cart-style hot dog is the venerable Hebrew National All-Beef Kosher Frank, boiled and served with onion sauce and deli mustard—or sauerkraut.

Chicago Red Hot (Hey fitzie baby, this is for you!!!)

In the city that loves hot dogs, the Chicago Red Hot reigns supreme. Featuring a Vienna Beef frank, it is served at the Museum on a poppy seed roll, "dragged through the garden," as they say in the Windy City, with yellow mustard, sweet pickle relish, chopped onion, fresh tomato, pickle spear, sport peppers, and a dash of celery salt.

Dodger Dog

From Los Angeles comes the pork frankfurter by Farmer John, served on a steamed foot-long bun with mustard and relish.

Rochester White Hot

The White Hot from Rochester's own Zweigle's Meats, made of pork, has a widespread following in western New York. It is neither cured nor smoked. The resulting dog is off-white in color with a spicy taste and smooth texture. Split and griddled, this dog is served on a toasted bun and topped with a hot sauce (a meat chili made from a secret Rochester recipe), chopped onions, and any one of a variety of mustards.

Fenway Frank (Go Red Sox! Go! And don't forget the curse of the Babe was only lifted after my first visit to Boston (and the USA)!

Boiled and grilled Fenway-style, the Fenway Frank is served on a New England-style bun and covered with mustard and relish.

Milwaukee Brat (where the blazes is Milwaukee?)

Not a hot dog, but a bratwurst, the Milwaukee Brat represents this baseball town's favorite sausage. Made by Usinger's, one of the country's best sausage makers, the pork and beef brat is grilled and dipped in "Secret Stadium Sauce" and served on a crusty roll, topped with sauerkraut and spicy brown mustard.

Cincinnati Cheese Coney

Many American towns have their "Coney Island Dogs," even though Coney Island is part of New York City. Cincinnati was selected as the representative Coney Island Dog. It has a renowned chili topping—spiced with chili powder, paprika, nutmeg, chocolate, and cinnamon. This version is a Vienna Beef frank served with Cincinnati chili, mild cheddar cheese, diced onions, and Ohio's own Bertman Ball Park mustard, considered by many fans to be the finest stadium mustard in America.

Texas Corn Dog (this is for you dubya! love yuh dubya!!)

Invented for the Texas State Fair in 1942, the Corn Dog is now a popular favorite throughout the south. This all-beef frank is dipped in a corn batter and fried crisp. Served with mustard (try it with Dundee honey mustard) and coleslaw, the Texas Corn Dog is a great kids' favorite.

The Natural

The Natural, only available at the Museum Food Court, is the Museum's signature frank. It is made from a Usinger's natural casing certified Angus Beef frankfurter, which also was selected for the Salt Lake 2002 Olympic Games in Salt Lake City. The Natural is steamed and served in a pretzel roll made expressly for the Museum. The roll is toasted from the inside on heated spikes and brushed with Bertman Ball Park Mustard.

5:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anthony said...
This is a little off-topic. Except that it isn't.

That was on topic ..... Thanks for keeping us up-to-date on the situation in the UK.

5:55 PM  
Anonymous an innocent hot dog with a tin foil hat said...

Stop with the conspiracy dogs already, Anthony.

5:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

> an innocent hot dog with a tin foil hat said...
Stop with the conspiracy dogs already, Anthony.

I enjoyed reading about all of the condiments!

Canned corn on a hot dog though, that doesn't sound very good...

6:08 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"And so I'm offering this simple phrase,
To kids from one to ninety-two,
Although its been sung many times, many ways,
A very Merry Fitzmas to you"

Cheney, Libby, and Rove in orange jumpsuits in prison: And that's all folks!!!

LOL! CC, great version of Fitzmas song.. Cheers!

6:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A member of the United Kingdom's nobility, who is also a vocal skeptic of global warming, has called on two senators to apologize to oil giant ExxonMobil or resign from the US Senate, RAW STORY has learned.

Like hell they should! How many millions did that CEO collect?


6:21 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

It is a good song.You're getting me in the Christmas spirit. Cheers.

6:22 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

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6:25 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

I'm in the holiday mood. Maybe it is because we are days before Xmas..

One last song.. Hit it!

DOJ, Biloxi, and Justice bloggers sing:

Cheney got run over by the Fitz man
Subpoena letters are what is meant to be
You can say there’s no such a thing as indictments
But as for me and JBs, we believe

Hee hee...

6:26 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...


6:29 PM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

cc....I don't know about prime time, but prime time for here....definitely. Now I, too am singing that damn song in my head.

Anyone got one for the 12 days of Fitmas?

6:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the story about this?

6:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rangel: I support Giuliani-Kerik ticket in 2008

A powerful New York Democrat, a mischievous gleam in his eye, is offering an early endorsement in the 2008 presidential race, where the field includes many hometown hopefuls like former Mayor Rudy Giuliani, Gov. George Pataki and Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton.

"I'm supporting Giuliani for the Republican," Rep. Charles Rangel said Monday, pausing briefly before delivering the punchline. "Kerik, as well," he added, referring to Giuliani's disgraced former police commissioner Bernard Kerik.

I think this is funny. Rudy has a lot of nerve to even think about running.

6:46 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...


An encore:

On the Twelve Days of Fitzmas, my true lord gave to me.

Here we go:

Twelve Jurors are marching
Eleven reporters are fighting
Ten singing Patsies
Nine Bushies families are freaking
Eight pink slips are giving
Seven evildoers crying
Six confessions given
Five indictment counts
Four latte coffees
Three amigos jailed
Two No-Doz pills
And one donut from Krispy Kreme

6:52 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Well, Charles Rangel is also the man who tried to introduce legislation this year calling for a draft so more young people could die or be maimed in Iraq.

6:54 PM  
Anonymous Smokescreen said...


The story is that those are Lyndon LaRouche news disinformation sites. That's all.

6:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Where is the story about this?

Dear Fellow Australians,

Here is a photo I took last year of the Judges filing into St. James's Church for a service for the "Commencement of the Law Term". Next year, this annual function will be on Monday 29th January, 2007 and a rally is planned to demand our Rights which these hypocrites are illegally denying us.

The RIGHT TO TRIAL BY JURY IS OURS. We, as FREEMAN, shall not be imprisoned, or dispossessed,, or destroyed in any manner unless by the lawful judgment of his own equals indeed the law of the land (Magna Carta 1215). BUT these characters, these persons, these bureaucrats think they can violate OUR RIGHTS. In 1640 the Habeas Corpus Act abolished the Star Chamber. In 1688 the Bill of Rights described these Judges as "evil" because, back then, they "did endeavour to subvert and extirpate (our) laws and liberties". Thomas Jefferson warned that "The germ of destruction of our nation is in the power of thejudiciary, an irresponsible body...venal...(etc).".

It's time these "evil judges" were, once again, put back in their box or, preferably, in prison along with their masters, the Banks.

Some 200 of these hypocrites will walk from the Law Courts Building in Queen's Square, Sydney, to services at the St. Mary's Cathedral at 9:00 am and at the St. James's Church at 10:00 am.

Our PEOPLE'S RIGHTS RALLY is planned for 8:30 am in Queen's Square. Make you silent or noisy protest. The Media will be there. Bring a placard. Wear a "TRIAL BY JURY IS DEMOCRACY" T-shirt if you have your own or borrow one from me. Bring a friend.

Yours sincerely,
John Wilson. "

Disinformation isn't a real word. Is someone hiding something ugly?

6:56 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

"Rangel: I support Giuliani-Kerik ticket in 2008"

Yup, Teak.

It's the sinner and mobster lovefest ticket for 2008..


What a joke!

6:57 PM  
Anonymous e said...

Scooooooter's bill just went up :)

6:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You should change it to 5 Krispy (gold rings) Kremes but I don't know what rhymes with that.

end with 1 conviction or something.

You are funny, SPB. I cannot get your other song outta my head now. LOL.

7:01 PM  
Anonymous FBI Observer said...

Looks like our "friends" have received a confirming signal from their all knowing leader to recommence SPAMMING this strategic asset.


7:06 PM  

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