Mar 6, 2007


I am almost a household name, but Team America deserves all the credit!

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Blogger Kit Neill said...

Grab the popcorn and comfy PJ's - pun intended - and settle down to watch the replays. This is when having 24/7 cable news is fun, over and over.

Great work, everyone, we are all so proud of you.

6:52 PM  
Anonymous teak said...

abc news said, "Cheney disappointed with the jury." America disgusted with Cheney.

I wish I had cable, thanks for posting that piece.

"Fitzgerald added, “it’s not the verdict that justifies the investigation, it’s the facts.”

7:04 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

This is a day to be proud. Fitzmas and his fantastic team did their job and we are so grateful.

The real winner is the American people.

7:07 PM  
Anonymous teak said...

That is right, Kit. The American People need to start demanding truth and justice more. Pressure on the media and Congress to do what is honest and just.

Freakin' Bob Dole investigating VA hospitals and Walter Reed. Bob Dole doesn't Bob Dole anymore from the sound of him on the tube. Too much Viagra prolly. Playing dumb like he didn't know things were that bad for vets.

7:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

7:27 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Congratulations again Fitz and team. Heading off to a meeting for the evening. Glad the case is over. And we can move on to the sealed v. sealed MIA document?, the Black case, and so on. Good night. Biloximan out!

7:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Seeing Fitz makes me hungry for.....

7:42 PM  
Anonymous Fielda said...

Untainted justice based on truth. Attentive jurors. Power, position, privilege: extraneous to the ultimate verdicts. 'Experimental Democracy' success. (Yeeeeee-hawwwww!)

7:43 PM  
Blogger Kit Neill said...

Let's don't forget to applaud the jury. They didn't get paid for rearranging their lives to sift through this case. They didn't rush the process and took their time to get it right.

And Teak, don't get me started on the Walter Reed scandal. I'm glad I have an old TV, I could barely keep myself from smashing it while listening to all those "higher-ups" on CSPAN last night who professed surprise at conditions.

Frankly, I'd like to see Team America take on that gang of useless creatures. There must be something criminal in there, starting with neglect and going right up through assualt by deadly paperwork.

7:48 PM  
Blogger KittyBowTie said...

There will be folks on the left upset that Fitzgerald & Team did not go far enough and put Cheney himself on trial. There will be folks on the right who are upset about the outcome. It is tough to be in the middle of that, so thank you. Thank you all very much.

Thank you for all your hard work to convince those folks on the jury to make their decisions.

It was nice to see a bunch of bloggers who disappeared for a while. I hope Subway Serenade is recovering well.

8:02 PM  
Anonymous 6 Miles From the Lying Scum of the Earth said...

Congratulations PJF and Team America

I agree with SPB

may we please move on to
Sealed v Sealed

A good day like this always makes me hungry for another great day to nail the evil doers


9:05 PM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

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9:30 PM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

patrick j. fitzgerald said...

"I am almost a household name...."

No need to be so modest, Mr. Fitzgerald, you ARE a household name now!

And for very good reason.


10:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Thanks for giving the Dubya House the "ass-kicking" it SO deserved.

Hope you all CELEBRATE with your backs to the wall;)

10:31 PM  
Anonymous RedAlert said...

BTW, Michael McMenamin, a contributing editor of Reason, is a media defense lawyer in Cleveland.

Is he now? Thanks for the warning, I see he'll like us both;-)

10:31 PM  
Blogger Nan said...

Still reveling in the aftermath of justice victory here. ;-)

Heard a good clip from PJF's press conference on BBC tonight. Sounded great!


10:59 PM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

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11:11 PM  
Anonymous dr. evil said...

All this for a man with a bad memory. Next stop a re-trial and even a pardon.

It's a great day to be neo-con!

11:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unless you have a DVT.

11:24 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Thank you Mr. Fitz, the prosecution team, the FBI, the GJ, and all who helped to see that justice was served in the name of the People { :

11:26 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

I agree that it is sad that it had to come to this.
Mr. Fitzgerald was awesome in the press conference, as usual. He defies description.

11:30 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Wow, I cann't get the video to work. I wanted to watch it again for the umteenth time and it won't work!
;E! Mad Jan!

11:31 PM  
Blogger jan said...

Sigh... OK, it works now ;} I am going to sleep now with sweeter dreams ;D

Good night. And that is said with much love to all the people that had Fitz back and to all the beautiful people on this blog:

Sweet dreams,


11:42 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Sweet dreams, Jan :D

11:49 PM  
Blogger KittyBowTie said...

I saw one news clip with Fitz walking up to a microphone outside with his team right behind him. It was a great scene better than a movie.

I hope the blog stays up after this week.

12:05 AM  
Anonymous teak said...,0,1130508.story?coll=la-home-headlines
"Libby's conviction on four counts of lying to federal investigators about the Valerie Plame leak case hits the administration on several levels: In addition to eroding its already weak credibility on Iraq, it sullies the integrity of an administration that came into office with pledges of moral rectitude.

Getting past those problems will be harder because the question of whether Bush should or would use his pardon power on Libby's behalf probably will dog the White House through the 2008 presidential campaign and into the last days of his administration. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) threw down the gauntlet just minutes after the verdict was read.

"Lewis Libby has been convicted of perjury, but his trial revealed deeper truths about Vice President Cheney's role in this sordid affair. Now President Bush must pledge not to pardon Libby for his criminal conduct," Reid said in a statement." snip

""This administration was very scandal-free in its early years," said David Gergen, a Republican political strategist and expert in damage control. "Now for the first time they have a criminal taint at the highest reaches of the president's circle. That's something they are not going to be able to erase."

It was?? Well, why doesn't everyone just quit covering up for the Bush & Cheney families then? Ungag everyone then.

12:20 AM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

I just learned about this quote:

"Stop throwing the Constitution in my face. It's just a goddamned piece of paper!"

George W. Bush
November, 2005

Is that unreal, or what???!

12:26 AM  
Anonymous teak said...

I'm not sure, I have read it both ways. I have seen that quote a lot though. Seeing what he has chosen to do to the Constitution, it does seem to be true.


He is also on tape saying almost from the first day in office, it would be a lot easier if this were a long as he were the dictator.

12:34 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"All this for a man with a bad memory. Next stop a re-trial and even a pardon."

The asswipe Dr. Evil is back on the blog. Hope the douchebag troll gives his buddy, Scooter, some baby wipes. He is going to need it when he goes to prison. lol

1:20 AM  
Anonymous 2Truthy said...

My great - great grandfather was Bernard Callaghan (Callaghan & Cockroft Law Book Publishing Co.), Chicago IL, and my great grandfather the founder of Notre Dame Law School, raised in the Jesuit Irish Catholic tradition. In this same tradition, your clarity of thought and humble perseverence really came through with your performance, as you delivered justice to the Wilsons and restored faith in our all but broken judicial system to millions of Americans.
Most truly yours,


2:21 AM  
Blogger jon said...

I like the way the titles on the tv screen say "No-one is above the law", because it is so patently wrong.

3:19 AM  
Blogger LadyinIL said...

But, but.. what does THAT mean?

9:00 AM  
Anonymous PJF's ego said...

Stephanie, are you for real? You sure are a cute one. ;)

9:14 AM  
Blogger Stephanie said...

pjf's ego said...

Stephanie, are you for real? You sure are a cute one. ;)

Yes, I'm for real.

I'm very suseptible to flattery, thank you for the compliment.

Have you heard if there is another
blog where those of us who want to, can post on? Since this one is going into oblivion .....

9:34 PM  
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