Feb 8, 2007

Baked Potato With Butter...


Anonymous Anonymous said...


Don't eat too much!

Are you are that Wikipedia has your blog listed as a parody blog?

8:03 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Team America did an excellent job! Enjoy your dinner!! :)

8:05 PM  
Blogger Patrick J. Fitzgerald said...

anon 8:03

Yes, and Bob Woodward calls me a "junkyard prosecutor." Don't believe everything you read, kid. ;)

8:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

extra butter on that tatter, please. ah, that would be cheney cross-examined.

8:48 PM  
Blogger Night Owl said...

KKs and Nathan's hot dogs for dessert after the steak, right?
(Jackie isn't reading, is she?)

I gripe almost non-stop about Illinois. But not everything is bad--it looks like the State Police will get one right:
New State-Wide Internet Crimes Unit

8:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

s-q said ...

Team America did an excellent job! Enjoy your dinner!! :)

Here Here!!!


9:04 PM  
Blogger S-Q said...


Some Boss for you! :D

9:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


It is up to the American people now to save the slaves from this coming ridiculous 10 year old tantrum.....

Cheney must be letting his pacemaker slip on overdrive....because this case is already as good as over!!

Book'em danno

9:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I want to know what exhibit 402 is!

10:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

An early version of Formula 409 deemed too hazardous to evildoers and banned by the EPA in 2001.

10:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

And leave the bone for Biloxi, Fitz!


10:20 PM  
Anonymous dubyasminecanary said...

Mr. Blair's endless troubles

There was a rare moment in the House of Commons when Tony Blair, seldom at a loss for words, found himself nearly speechless. It happened when the Scottish Nationalist Party leader Alex Salmond, not known for mincing words, sought to draw a parallel between the cash-for-peerages row and the Watergate scandal. Putting the boot in as hard as he could, he asked Mr. Blair: "The Prime Minister is known for his close association with President George W. Bush [and] given all that has befallen all of the Prime Minister's men and women in recent days, is not now the more relevant association with President Richard Milhous Nixon? Is there a cover-up in Downing Street?"
As a hush fell, an ashen-faced Mr. Blair slowly rose to his feet, mumbled something to the effect that he could not possibly comment on an ongoing investigation, and sat down with the air of a beaten man.
Minutes earlier, Tory leader David Cameron had taunted him: "Can't you see that it is time for you to go?" And all this even before it emerged that Mr. Blair had been questioned a second time by police over allegations that he nominated four businessmen for peerages in return for `secret' loans to the Labour Party's 2005 election fund.
Downing Street was dragged deeper into the scandal after Ruth Turner, one of Mr. Blair's most trusted aides, was arrested on "suspicion of perverting the course of justice"; and Lord Levy, his personal friend and party's chief fund-raiser, was detained a second time.
In plain words, police suspect a cover-up at the heart of Downing Street.

11:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

patriot girl said ...

"Now if we could get something done about this. What does it take to get someone impeached around here?! For God sakes."


11:48 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Final posting:

Let's show Waxman some love on the blog. This will be posted on my blog. Cheers!

Committee Saves Taxpayers $20 Million

As the result of an investigation by Chairman Waxman, the Army discovered significant violations involving the use of private security services. At one of the Committee’s first fraud, waste, and abuse hearings this Congress, the Army announced today that it was reducing payments to KBR by $19.6 million.

Good night! Biloximan out!

11:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey, these are fun:


Wonder how many of these babies will be in circulation three months from now.

11:55 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Hi, Team America :). Hi, Justice Bloggers.

Thank you, Mr. Waxman. 19.6 million is a start. I say cancel all their no bid contracts. BTW, was there was any disciplining of U.S. officials /Army Officers who initially questioned those no bid contracts? I thought I remember reading that. If, so, that should be looked at also ;)

12:11 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Night Owl I have eyes behind my back and can see for miles so I'll know what Fitz was up to don't worry. Most of the kids don't listen to me anyway but it never stops me from speaking my mind.
I hope he took Randall with him because Randall is doing a great job at keeping the sharks away.

12:29 AM  
Anonymous teak said...

"The current stalemate is unacceptable to us and to the people of this country."


Perhaps they should ask us (the regular old people) what is clearly unacceptable to the people of this country. No think tanks needed for that.

1:43 AM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

good night all. Peace and love. Hope you all have a good day in court tomorrow, Team America.

1:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


4:14 AM  
Blogger ritafmulloy said...

I've been watching this trial closely and am so happy that you are a man we can actually trust, Mr Fitzgerald. It has been so discouraging watching all the corruption from the very beginning of this administration. I was truly considering moving to Ireland and haven't taken that off the table yet. You have given me some hope, for now. Thank YOU!

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3:43 PM  

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