Jan 23, 2007

Libby's Busy Schedule...

is no busier than Marc Grossman's. I am busy too and I don't have to be reminded to tell the truth.


Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...


11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I had to look at those twice...

Little Scooter had a lot of free lunches.. LOL

11:15 PM  
Anonymous t said...

Now how can I not stick around to see this? Fitz?

11:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Tuesday, June 10, Niger Meeting?


11:27 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Good evening, Fitz! Thank you for being (I'm bowing).

11:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Wonderful job in court today! The Rugby Man won this day! :D

11:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So busy, how does he find time to work? I bet Fitz out works him by 30 hours a week, easy.

11:42 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Fitz? What was that opening stuff about that 'they' said? 'Bush set me up'? Why didn't he say that to you? Did he? It's weird and not what I expected... But, so interesting.

11:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hmm...I wonder what went on at that Niger meeting... June 10th @ 10:00

Beginning in late May 2003, two months before actual column by Novak in July 2003, Libby began acquiring info about trip to Niger by Wilson. The CIA decided on its own initiative to send Wilson to Niger after an inquiry by the VP. Libby lied about conversations he had with Tim Russert, Matt Cooper and Judith Miller. Prior to July 14, 2003, Valerie Wilson's employment status was classified, her affiliatilon with CIA was not common knowledge.

11:48 PM  
Anonymous cookie monster said...

You like cookies Geezer?

11:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Libby's Busy Schedule..."

LOL .....

Thanks for the laugh!

I needed it, after seeing the gerbil speak......

(It's probably silly, the way I get all worked up every time I see them speak ...... I shouldn't let them get my goat!)

11:52 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


11:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

cookie monster said...
You like cookies Geezer?

Pleez no aol cookie {:

11:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Lotsa lunches on that thar busy schedule. Must.Not.Miss.Lunch

11:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


I do believe Valerie Plame and co-workers knew there weren't any WMD's in Iraq...

Team Dumb-yeah had to sell that story to Americans..

get my drift here?

12:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

O.k. Counsel Fitzgerald:

Mr. Libby's schedule is mighty full. And yes, if he is using that schedule as Exhibit A as evidence that he was overwhelmed with work, well, he gets cookie from me! However, the lawyer of the month's opening statement blew that theory out the window with his statement that Libby was used as an scapegoat.

Now, I'm a busy person. And I multi-tasked. Also, I do have lot on my plate personally and professionally. But, that schedule from Libby? Damn, I wouldn't have time to scratch my ass with that type of schedule. Oh, and I saw soccer in that schedule. Interesting that he would squeeze that in. With a schedule like that, I would be in a early coffin!

12:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Final Posting:

Defense Attorney Challenges Replacement of U.S. Attorneys

Kudos to TalkLeft contributer Last Night in Little Rock (aka John Wesley Hall of Little Rock, AR) for filing a motion challenging Alberto Gonzales' firing of U.S. Attorneys across the country and replacing them with political "appointees" who do not have to be confirmed by the Senate.
Hall was appointed by the court to represent a death penalty defendant last week and filed this motion today. He argues that the "appointment" of U.S. Attorney Tim Griffin violates Art. II of the Constitution and Sec. 541 of Title 28 of the U.S. Code.

Sec. 541. United States attorneys

(a) The President shall appoint, by and with the advice and
consent of the Senate, a United States attorney for each judicial
(b) Each United States attorney shall be appointed for a term of
four years. On the expiration of his term, a United States attorney
shall continue to perform the duties of his office until his
successor is appointed and qualifies.
(c) Each United States attorney is subject to removal by the

12:10 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good night! Biloximan out!

12:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I read Valerie and team knew early there were no weapons. Everyone was baffled where the dips were coming up with the b.s.

Cover poppy's butt, war mongers and greed, get re-elected and probably much more.

12:11 AM  
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12:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

S-Q said...

"I do believe Valerie Plame and co-workers knew there weren't any WMD's in Iraq...

Team Dumb-yeah had to sell that story to Americans.."

Would you buy a used car from this dude.

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12:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Christy @ FDL said...

"Fitz was in a charcoal gray suit with a cerulean blue tie with a darker blue pattern woven into it."

Ohhhhhhh! That sounds beautiful....

And cerulean blue is such a pretty color.

12:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anonymous said...

Please view these two videos and check out the website that follows.

Welcome to the blog, anonymous.

It's good to have you here.

Thank you for the post.

12:44 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Ok I read the schedule and I have only one question I hope anyone can answer. How does a man who can't remember things get to have so much work and power? If the notes are correct and everyone knew Libby forgets things why did they have him on so many important things. We invaded a country based the the direction of a man who can't remember. Something's wrong here. Can't the White House find a person with a memory.
I'm going to google for more information about these dates.

12:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

from FDL:

39 Muzzy says:

"Blub - I mentioned at #15 that I suspect the Wells’ Rove ploy today is an advance attempt to thwart potential conspiracy charges involving Libby, Rove, et al."

Can anybody in here elaborate on this?

Even though I feel sure there have been (and will be) a lot of "snakes turning on each other,"
this Rove accusation really does not seem on the up and up.

But I don't understand HOW this move might thwart potential conspiracy charges.


1:11 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

42 James Robinson says:

January 23rd, 2007 at 4:13 pm

Perhaps they’re angling for some sort of politically-tinged jury nullification.

Someone at FDL suggested this.

Thoughts, anybody??

1:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Richmond says:

January 23rd, 2007 at 4:17 pm

On throwing Rove and/or Cheney under the bus. Something is not sitting well with me on this. Is it really only about setting things up so that Wells can say Scooter was the intended fall guy? Or, is it setting things up so in the end Wells can say Fitz did not do what he needed to do and prove that Cheney made him do it? Or is there something more nefarious going on (in keeping with the history of Cheney, Rove and this admin), of setting the press and public up to think that the admin did VERY wrong, when in the end they will be shown to be only a “little” wrong. And how much is Wells here working only for Libby versus for Cheney and the admin (rememember Mary Matalin’s party’s for Scooter defense fund; she works for Cheney).

Again, I don't understand all this....

But nefariousness sounds likely to me.

1:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder if they looked into June 9th meeting with export control chief Linc Bloomfield and Greg Suchan re: connection to Richard Armitage.

1:25 AM  
Anonymous Hmmmmmmm.... said...

Mr. Suchan has been a Deputy Assistant Secretary in the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs since May 1, 2000. Since September 11, Mr. Suchan had been engaged full-time on foreign policy activities in support of Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom, including obtaining base access for U.S. and coalition forces and managing foreign governments' offers of military forces for coalition operations. Mr. Suchan has been a Foreign Service Officer since January 1973, beginning his career as an export promotion officer in Mexico and London. He has served previously in the Bureau of Political-Military Affairs' offices

*dealing with nuclear nonproliferation and strategic nuclear policy* (Ever meet Valerie Plame Wilson?)

He also served at the U.S. Mission to NATO (1983-85) and was political-military officer at the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad (1987-89). From 1985 to 1987, Mr. Suchan was the senior State Department representative on the Defense and Space Negotiating Group in Geneva, negotiating with the Soviets on issues related to ballistic missile defense and the ABM Treaty. From 1990-94, Mr. Suchan was Counselor for Political Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in Copenhagen. In the period 1996-97, Mr. Suchan spent a year on the staff of Senator John McCain.

From 1997 to his appointment as Deputy Assistant Secretary, Mr. Suchan was Director of offices in the Political-Military Bureau responsible for arms transfers, export controls and regional security.

1:31 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

49 perris says:

"rove might have actually told libby to do this"

Yes, I would think so.

"he’s not on trial and if the prosecutor doesn’t get a conviction there is not going to be a second trial"

If this is what the defense is thinking, that really doesn't make sense in the context of this case.

Unless they're just simply trying to confuse the jury. Could it be as simple as that?

(Sorry people, I'm kind of using this blog to think aloud.....)

1:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The poor things, they really are in a bad spot if confusion is all they have going for them.

(I still wouldn't discount "nefarious" though...)

1:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

56 Peterr says:

..... it’s not too late, Irving. I’m sure Wells has Fitz on speed dial, if there’s something you’d like to share, and Fitz would likely be understanding when it came time for making a sentencing recommendation.

Yes, Mr. Libby!

(In case you're reading this)

1:49 AM  
Anonymous CIA - Whitley Bruner said...

May 28th, 2003

Read about me, I was smart.

"The established wisdom in the state department, intelligence community and the Future of Iraq project was that we had between three and six months after the end of the war before an Iraqi revolt. This is the time you had to get things going nicely for the Iraqis before they turn against you."

The state department had, through its Future of Iraq project, detailed plans on how to proceed. There were plans for all the ministries. Months were spent preparing reports that once they reached the Pentagon ended up in the waste basket. Chalabi was in; everybody else was out. It really is strange how often his name comes up when people start talking about Why Things Went Wrong."

1:54 AM  
Blogger Quzi Formerly CC said...

LMAO Fitzie!!! I see I missed a fun night around here...

9:07 AM  
Blogger GrandmaNuk said...

Top o' the mornin' all.....So, let me get this straight, part of Libby's defense is that he feels he was to be the scapegoat, so he's going to blame Rove. If they are going to present this argument,
is it possible that Libby might rat out Rove, leaving the opening to go back after Rove?

The plot thickens....

On another note, did anyone else notice that after each little group of phrases the Liar/Decider was applauded? I think it was because he got through each little bit with few mispronunciations...he even got nuclear correct! Nuclear (applause)...just a little thought!

10:20 AM  

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