Jun 18, 2007

Who Needs HBO..?


Blogger jan said...


8:54 AM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

Those guys sure get some comical nick names.

"The Ant" hurry, grab the bug spray!LOL

9:20 AM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

That should be an interesting trial.
Happy Monday, everyone. Thanks for coming back, Fitzieblogger :D

10:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

edmontonsun.com - World - Guilty -- but of what?

This was on Google News front page. Not good but what does one expect with corrupt media? I was looking for news on (local tv news broke story) world wide pedophile ring broken up and arrest made with 30 kids saved.
World citizens know that top dogs are involved, were involved and it is the key that leads to other evil, evil things. It would be foolish for elite deviants to get away with their evil again, doncha think?

Got a scoop?

12:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A Pill To Forget?, Can A Medication Suppress Traumatic Memories? - CBS News

Did anyone see "60 Minutes" last night? You can probably watch the video at the site still.
If you have read anything of the past , you will understand. Wonder how many sickos walked away and never quit their abuses, they just "privatized"?

12:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bloomberg.com: U.S.

I have seen references the fired USAs might have something to do with Medicare fraud. I wonder. C'mon--you said questions!

12:59 PM  
Blogger airJackie said...

I remember the Mafia from Jersey.
Here's some of the familie La Cosa Nostra, Genovese and Gotti. I saw Gotti once and he dressed nice and acted like he owned the world. This group is embedded in America as bodies are all over Jersey and New York. WATCH YOUR BACK IN THIS CASE. The Mafia will kill a person to silence them, the White House Mob pays people off.

I'm to old and tired to find out what SPB looks like. I'll settle for him looking like Orlando Bloom. At lease that's a face I'd like to see anyway. SPB will always be the faceless blogger but really nice and knowledgeable.
Any how Fitz still has that little boy look and Randall is gorgeous so life is ok for me.

1:01 PM  
Anonymous Best Quote for the Bush Years said...

Major General Taguba knew his report would make him unpopular: “If I lie, I lose. And, if I tell the truth, I lose.”

Hey, that's the way it is when ya mess with these wize guyz...

5:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Black 'lied to cover $60m theft'

Much better report.

6:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

about time for another Mafia movie...

8:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Airborne :: Honolulu Weekly

9:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

minims and maxims - Fall 2005

Scroll to Andy Card and Condi. No memory problems for Andy. Why so many Jesuits?

Five Senators and the strength of their convictions: in their own words… « Scholars and Rogues

10:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Next Level :: View topic - New Audio: The Victory, The Trap and The Future

1:17 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Social Network Diagram for KHASHOGGI ADNAN

More "Six Degrees of Adnan Khashoggi" - By Timothy Noah - Slate Magazine

The MadCow Morning News

Welcome to The MadCowMorningNews

Did Christopher Cox write a love letter for Scooter Libby?

1:39 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


"All arms sales to the west’s Mideast clients routinely include 10-15% `commissions’ to heads of state, generals, and their cronies. These funds are traditionally channelled through middlemen, the flamboyant Adnan Kashoggi being the most notorious.

Kickbacks, rechristened `marketing fees,’ were of course expected in the Al-Yamamah deal. But Bandar’s $2 billion set a record for size and venality. Thatcher ordered Bandar’s payments carefully hidden from public gaze. They remained so until recent years when British and American government investigators began questioning secret, multi-million dollar payments to Prince Bandar routed from the UK to the shady Riggs Bank in Washington. Before it was shut down after a series of scandals, Riggs had become one of the favorite handlers of `black’ money for pro-US autocratic regimes."

2:41 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Questions over secret bank transfers | The Guardian BAE investigation | Guardian Unlimited

CRIMES AND CORRUPTION OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER NEWS: Sibel Edmonds, Bandar Bush and BAe - similar but different

The BAe investigation has uncovered secret payments of $25million to a former Defense advisor. (As far as I know, these payments are separate to the Bandar Bush deals)

In Sibel's case, (at least some of) the 'lobbyists' are publicly known, and (at least some of) the payments are public. We know who is, or has been, on the Turkish payroll. Richard Perle, Douglas Feith, fmr Dem Senator Stephen Solarz, fmr Defense Secretary William Cohen, fmr Dem House Minority Speaker Dick Gephardt, fmr Speaker Bob Livingston."


2:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Resignations are one fraud indicator under Statement of Accounting Standard 99 [SAS99]. Has the IG been appropriately increased in size to support larger audits of OMB, per Generally Accepted Auditing Standards [GAAS] and [Generally Accepted Government Acounting standards]

And Porter just did that, along with sooo many others. Can anyone expand on 99? SPB maybe?

12:29 PM  
Blogger Patriot Girl said...

Well, well, well... look who's back up and running. Good to see the blog again... and all those wonderful pic's of Fitzie. Made my day!!

Thanks for bringing it back 'mystery-man'. Good to see all you regulars again too. ( ;

1:58 PM  
Blogger SP Biloxi said...

SAS99 compels government auditor to increase audit scope, or the number of auditors/audit engagements, to mitigate chancees of audit fraud, risk, and other misstatements in financial reporting. But is also includes personnel changes. And yes, fraud indicator includes resignations especially key personnel. That is a red flag. When you mention Pace, this also connects with WH officials that were forced out, USA firings, and so on.

All roads lead back to the OVP: Cheney. Moreover, notice that Dick Cheney, the businessman, will not release his logs of names of individuals that conducted business in his home? He claims that he conducts his business in "private." This is certainly a red flag. Any business conducted has to be documented and subjected to audit.

Ms. Sloan made some fine points on the CREW website concerning Dick Cheney and the SS99:

G. Fraud indicators include resignations of key personnel. Bartlet and many others in DoJ and WH have resigned. How was audit scope increased per Statement on Accounting Standard 99 and Generally Accepted Government Accounting Standards [GAGA] once resignations occurred in the WH Counsel's office; what will the VP entry-access logs show related to Berenson's discussion with the VP legal counsel on these personnel transfers after Bartlett's departure and other resignations; has audit scope increased in OMB after Berenson and others resigned/left/departed; or were there no noisy withdrawals as required under DC Atty Disciplinary Rule 1.6?


2:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lovely analysis. Thank you!

These guys are incredibly stupid and dangerous-a bad combo.

2:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Must fire Carol Lam, must fire Carol Lam.

"FYI – our USA in SD is refusing to resign (though we’ve given her until 5pm eastern); recommendation that she be removed immediately should be over to you by the end of the day."

Libby Is Closer to Jail; Now Comes Neocon Pardon-mania

Welcome to The MadCowMorningNews

4:06 PM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

Thanks for the link;)

You're for real, Mr. blogger. hehe

9:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Corrupt Colleges, Student Debt

"America is turning out millions of college graduates groaning under the burden of paying off college loans carrying interest rates of anywhere from 9 to 20 percent. There are lower-interest federal loans available, but the private-sector loan industry has lobbied through limits on how much a college student can borrow and the limits are much, much less than tuition, books and living costs."

Gee, aren't we proud of the lobbyists, America?

David Charlow - WikiCU

10:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


12:56 AM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

NSA 'spy room' at AT&T exposed
"This country has a long tradition of open court proceedings, and we are pleased that, as we present our case to the Court of Appeals, the millions of affected AT&T customers will be able to see our arguments and evidence and judge for themselves."

The room, described as secret and secure, houses surveillance equipment used to spy on AT&T customers. Investigations could include web use, email and voice communications.

Incredible-sure AT&T, just come in and help yourselves to anything you like...
Hi bloggers, a hot one in Ohio today. A great day to spend at the pool.
Going to swim with a friend who is divorcing her republican husband-while she still has the pool! LOL
I can't tell you how many women I know in this 'political divorce' situation.
Will this trend become so problematic that it becomes difficult for republicans to reproduce? LOL

8:02 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pat Fitzgerald you really got me good!

But I suspected it as such, all along...

8:15 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CRIMES AND CORRUPTION OF THE NEW WORLD ORDER NEWS: Giuliani campaign chairman indicted

Just say no.

10:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dr. Deagle PT 1 of 4

Is this true?

4:33 PM  
Anonymous dumpedbyfitz said...

Difficult for republicans to reproduce? Now, that is a thought. I thought that their conservatism would not allow for more than once a month pairing, to start with. I just told my kid he is a democrat...BECAUSE I SAY SO!

7:16 PM  
Anonymous Just Say No to Sex W/ Repubs said...

'more than once a month pairing' LOL may be another reason their women won't miss them

Dumped by Fitz,huh? The real one or the fake one and which one do you think is better?

8:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Gay Blog - Perhaps There Really Is (An Evil) Homosexual Agenda? - QueerSighted

Hehe, speaking of sex-watch these twits and Ted Haggard brag about their sex lives. Ladies? bwah!

10:25 PM  
Anonymous dumpedbyfitz said...

Baby, the real one, of course. The original, one and only.

11:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The student loan rip-off | Salon News

I assume the FBI and the DOJ along with Congress are working on this massive problem for our youth?

8:23 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Corporations ripping off our youth! Corporations killing/testing on our youth!

8:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Baker Agenda: Troops out, Oil Companies in?

Social Network Diagram for BAKER JAMES A III

Social Network Diagram for BAKER JAMES A IV

Aww, look at that...James the 4th and Neil Bush.

8:34 AM  
Anonymous Fascism 101 said...

Cheney declares VP office not part of executive branch

LOL Oh stop...

Yes student loan companies are sharks!

DBFitz, dish up the dirt on him sweetie...right here! Is he a lush, moody, etc. Did he grab your butt in public like Dubya does to Laura?

10:07 AM  
Blogger airJackie said...

SPB has done it again by giving Breaking News before the Media on his blog.


SPB your either the smartest lawyers or your in the court house. Even CNN, MSNBC, Washington post didn't have this first.

12:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Eleven US soldiers have been convicted for abuses related to detainees at Abu Ghraib.

New Yorker: The general's report
"These [military police] troops were not that creative," he said.

"Somebody was giving them guidance, but I was legally prevented from further investigation into higher authority."

Seymour Hersh, who interviewed Taguba for the New Yorker, told Al Jazeera that Taguba had been warned by General John Abizaid, the then commander of the US Central Command, that he would be investigated along with his report.

Quote of the week:
"I'd been in the army 32 years by then, and it was the first time that I thought I was in the Mafia," Taguba said.
------Gen Taguba is a hero! (Just like a few other people we know;)

GREAT news regarding Libby!
I heard there will be "Scooter loses his freedom, America regains some" parties the first Friday after he goes to the can!

12:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not only did there have to be people above directing the abuses but certain abusers seemed hand picked by their personality make-up. We still haven't heard the whole story on the abuses yet because it goes straight to the top and was planned carefully.

"“We were told that we should have no criticism of Margaret Thatcher or Ronald Reagan,” said Mr. Davy.

Mr. Davy said that he “always assumed this was because [Mr. Murdoch] wanted access to Downing Street and the White House,” rather than being motivated by deep political leanings."

Meet the London Times Masthead, Circa 1981 | The New York Observer

Free Press : N.Y. Times Undertakes Multi-Bureau Rupert Murdoch Investigation

1:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Raw Story | Ret. General: 'If you can't embrace the brutality of combat, you shouldn't be in the infantry'

Barry McCaffrey - A War Criminal?

The War Criminal and the Whore: Barry McCaffrey and Jose Miguel [Free Republic]

""As competent and smart and ambitious as he is, McCaffrey's really somewhat childish in the way that he can be personally insulted by other people's decisions." Adds a third: "I got tired of his egomaniacal, abusive style of leadership." Robert Housman, who is in charge of strategic planning, said McCaffrey was not available for comment."

Portrait of a drug czar - Salon

1:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

14 more U.S. Soldiers/Marines killed over the last 72 hours. Go to hell, McCaffrey.

3:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GDAEman: Silencing the Deeper Attorney Firing Plot

3:56 PM  
Blogger SP Biloxi said...


Keep in mind that Libby was denied amicus curiae. Amicus curiae means "friend of the court", that refers to someone, not a party to a case, who volunteers to offer information on a point of law or some other aspect of the case to assist the court in deciding a matter before it.

For Libby to be denied this means that Libby's chance to stay of out of prison is very dim. A huge blow to Libby. Here are some updates on my posting:


From Libby's emergency appeal on Tuesday to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit:

The request will be considered by a three-judge panel of the court. By policy, the court does not disclose which judges are on the panel until a decision is made.
From today's filing from the appeals court, the names of the three-judge panel are revealed:

1. Number 47 Circuit Judge David B. Sentelle. He was appointed by Reagan.
2. Number 49 Circuit Judge Karen L. Henderson. She was appointed by George H. W. Bush
3. Number 52 Circuit Judge David S. Tatel. He was appointed by Clinton.

Update 2:

From the AP yesterday: The three judges said Wednesday that Fitzgerald has until Friday to respond to the request. The request is Libby's emergency for a get out of jail card to appeal his conviction. On a side note, The panel considering Libby‘s delay request is not necessarily the same panel that will hear the appeal of his conviction.

Looks dim for the little soldier. Just hold the balloons until the day Scooter takes his first mug shot and get fingerprinted.

And I notice that the media are not talking about this latest of Scooter.

5:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ashcroft: Officials fought over snooping. And take a look at this photo when you get a chance.
Rep. Silvestre Reyes, D-Texas, and at left by Rep. Peter Hoekstra, R-Mich.

No one looks happy, the republican looks particularly grim.

Thank you for the updates SPB the little soldier will crack when he sees the writing on the wall.

Did he really believe his idiot friends were smarter than team Fitz? And Gonzo thought he had a better illegal strategy than Fitzgerald's legal one? Oh sure!LOL

6:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Haha the DIXIELAND MOB only kills Southerners, families and children, and families of Southerners as favors for the Chicago MOB and Los Cosa Nostra..

If they take down the Chicago and Sicilian MOBS, then the Dixieland Boys will be out of work.

It's enough to make a grown man cry, unless Washington DC might bail them out and give them some political-hit: contracts ......

"There is nothing new under the sun."

10:02 PM  
Anonymous lananna said...

Oh please dont talk about political hits. We live in such horrendous atmosphere I worry about our homeboy Fitz!

10:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Raw Story | Bush's approval rating plunges to new low

Madness! Madness!

Wonder what number Darth is sitting at? minus 86?
Don't mess with our Fitz, evil-doers!

10:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

AccessNorthGa.com - North Georgia's Newsroom

"Former U.S. Attorney General John Ashcroft said the scandal surrounding the firings of eight federal prosecutors has not damaged the Justice Department."

Who was Carol Lam getting ready to indict? Ashcroft is a fraud, don't be side-tracked.

11:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That's the kiss of death for lil' soldier.......


Hey hey what's that Cheney, your impeachment is rising....


11:56 PM  
Anonymous Fan Guard said...

Darth Cheney is probably hitting it before 8AM these days, slugging down a triple bloody Mary with an early breakfast...

I will keep the bad guys away from Fitz, no problem. Usually just 'the look' is enough to make them scramble LOL

8:36 AM  
Anonymous stephanie said...

Patricia Gracian
Thu Jun 21, 2007

Defend our Courts!

Please forgive the short notice, but our courts are
being infiltrated at all levels with corporatists,
yes-men, and enemies of our rights. It is critical
that we stop these confirmations because wherever we
fail to stop them we will suffer thereafter with the
ensuing tyranny of their decisions.

Bush has once again nominated a judge with dubious
credentials. In question is Leslie Southwick for the
Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals. And PFAW has responded
with a letter to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Please read it for detailed background information
about this candidate:


This court is particularly critical as it is a federal
appeals court. If we citizens cannot protect our
courts from right-wing ideologues, we will have
nowhere to turn for justice.

Senators Feinstein and Kohl in particular my be
wavering. Can you take a moment to call them and ask
that they vote against Southwick's confirmation?

Sen. Diane Feinstein (CA) (202) 224-3841
Sen. Herb Kohl (WI) (202) 224-5653

You can contact all the Senators in the Judiciary
Committee here:

If you still have the time, please sign this letter:

And another one here:

11:37 AM  
Anonymous stephanie said...


Welcome back, whoever you are!

11:40 AM  
Blogger airJackie said...

The end is need for the little soldier. All jokes a side his last hope is the Gerbil and that pardon. With many GOP team members in jail or about to go it will be interesting to see if the Gerbil pardons just one team player and not the others. Not to mention what that would do for his image. Cheney could really care less because he's a user.
Now for all those Libby supporters they might want to give his hundreds of cartons of cigarettes, please don't send soap. Carvil and Mary might want to start that fund raiser for their best friend Libby.

Fitz what can I say my Little Angel is a true example to young up coming lawyers. He has given so much of himself even when the media trashed him, he stood his ground. He has loyal supporters and friends that watch is back. The future is just a journey and I hope my Little Angel will look ahead to carving at a little time for his own life. Life is always better when you have someone to share it with and the journey is more interesting. Make that call, step out that door and just go for it.

12:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Eccentricity: Rock/Hard Place

"Among Goodling's close associates were Barbara Comstock, head of opposition research for the RNC and later the chief spokeswoman for Ashcroft; Griffin, Comstock's deputy...; and Mark Corallo, who in 2003 took the helm of the Justice Department's Public Affairs Office after Comstock."

TPMmuckraker April 1, 2007 12:04 PM

GOP Achievers Want to Compile $5 Million for Libby Defense

Libby Legal Defense Trust

Ashcroft still is a dirty birdy. Comstock is friends of "Buzz Saw" Goodling? Mark Corallo, wide eyed spokesman for Scooter?

Did they all write love letters or did they write/call Judge Walton with threats? Don't mess with Judge Walton or the People.

Shades of the past cover-ups.

Re: Attorney General in sex scandal 'cover-up' Alberto Gonzales among officials who allegedly ignored all-night BOY parties - YES, folks, it is time to get the pitchforks and torches because nothing will be done.

Libby friend, Victoria Toensing?

Bush White House Call Boy Male Prostitution Sex Scandal ~ News Coverage

12:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I guess they better start an extra big legal defense fund for Tom Feeney too??

Feeney legal defense fund starts piling on...

He's going to need it, alot more are going to be indicted.....

2:06 PM  

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