Mar 6, 2007

Today Or Tomorrow...

at the latest, IMH and professional opinion.

I call it "clarification" from a conscientious jury performing their civic duty in a thorough manner. Bully!

The Madness of Patrick Fitzgerald
Sifting through the nonsense that is the Scooter Libby trial for and by idiots


Blogger S-Q said...

Good Morning Everyone! :)

Yes, I agree today or tomorrow the Jury should reach a verdict. I'm hoping for 5 counts and send the little Scooter away for at least 20 years! :)

Also, I can see the handwriting on the wall, Gonzo should start packing! Cheney needs to get fitted for an orange jumpsuit also and pack his stuff! LOL

What goes around comes back around!

Have a great day Justice Bloggers! Justice is coming...and the boots are getting louder! :D

11:11 AM  
Anonymous Grandmanuk said...

Oh no, not the dreaded countdown clock.

11:16 AM  
Blogger Quzi said...

Good Morning Fitzie and JBs,

You have to check out this excellent Rap Song. It even has something about Fitzie in it. LMAO

Good Morning S-Q

11:20 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

Morning Quzi and Grandmanuk:

The wheels on this administration's bus are falling off! LOLMAO

And, Papa's Got A Brand New Bag! hehe

Thanks for your song Quzi! :)

11:24 AM  
Blogger Nan said...

Frankly, this quote from the Madness article linked to in the post is what has bewildered me the most about this trial. Why do so many adults have such a difficult time understanding the "two wrongs don't make a right" golden rule?

"The central element in the case against Libby—who at least got to see all the evidence against him—was not that he lied about leaking Plame’s name. After all, he was not the first nor the only Bush administration official to do so. Richard Armitage (who was the first), Karl Rove and former White House Press Secretary Ari Fleischer did so as well."

Have a great day/night, everyone! Wind chill something way below -20F on the mountain but that didn't stop Jordan from hitting the slopes and glades this Town Meeting Day in Vermont. No school for the kids - but our particular town meeting was last night and only Australian ballot today so play, play, play. The "bring the troops home now" resolution passed in Rockingham last night - haven't checked into how the impeachment resolutions fared around the state yet.


One great link to trial paperwork and commentary you may not have seen if you haven't visited recently:
cboldt at No Easy Answers

11:30 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...



11:49 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

" madness of Patrick Fitzgerald"
Oh my ! This don't remember and that one doesn't recall. None of the remember anything ........
selectivly no wonder it makes him mad . Glad he has so much patience.

12:25 AM  

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