Jun 22, 2007

Who's Your Daddy..?

Judge Reggie Walton Files Expanded O p i n i o n
Details Decision Not Allowing Libby to Remain Free

A federal judge is adding the heft of a 30-page legal opinion to his decision last week not to permit a former chief of staff to Vice President Cheney, I. Lewis Libby Jr., to remain free while he appeals his convictions for obstructing the CIA leak investigation.

Judge Reggie Walton's decision to file a detailed and carefully-reasoned justification for his ruling adds some incline to the uphill battle Libby faces in trying to convince a federal appeals court panel to grant him a stay of his 30-month prison term while his lawyers fight to overturn his conviction. The lengthy opinion could also be viewed as a shot across the bow of the appeals court panel, which is certain to face claims it had more of an eye on politics than law if it chooses to upend Judge Walton's decision.

In a footnote to the opinion he filed Thursday, Judge Walton said he wanted "to ensure that the Circuit Court has a clear record of this Court's conclusion and reasoning" in denying the motion to stay Libby's sentence.

The issue of a stay is politically sensitive for President Bush. If a stay is granted, Mr. Bush can put off a decision about whether to pardon Libby for the duration of the appeal, which could last a year or more. If Libby's convictions are overturned, there might be no need for a pardon at all.

However, if Libby is denied a stay and must report to jail in the next few weeks, the White House will face intense pressure from Libby's allies to grant a pardon.

A jury convicted Libby in March on charges of obstruction of justice, perjury before a grand jury, and making false statements to the FBI. All the charges arose during an investigation of the disclosure in the press of the identity of a veteran CIA officer, Valerie Plame. No charges have been brought for the leak itself.

Most of Judge Walton's new opinion (link) is devoted to the argument of Libby's attorneys that the special prosecutor, Patrick Fitzgerald, was unconstitutionally appointed because he acted without supervision by the Attorney General or any other official confirmed by the Senate. The judge rejects claims by Libby's legal team that letters giving Mr. Fitzgerald broad discretion to conduct his probe amounted to the kind of unfettered authority that could run afoul of the Constitution's appointment clause. "They do not confer upon Fitzgerald as Special Counsel the prosecutorial equivalent of James Bond's license to kill, and are unlikely to be read by any court as a blank check," the judge wrote. "The Special Counsel was and is clearly a subordinate within the Department of Justice, even if he has not been closely supervised or directed on a day-to-day (or even week-to-week) basis in a manner that might cause his independence and impartiality, so necessary in an investigation of this type, to legitimately be questioned."

Judge Walton said Mr. Fitzgerald was subject to removal at any time by a senior Justice Department official and his authority could have been circumscribed as well at any point. The judge said it was "resoundingly clear" that Mr. Fitzgerald's appointment was constitutional under the tests set forth in a 1988 Supreme Court case, Morrison v. Olson, which upheld the constitutionality of an independent counsel appointed under a 1978 law, the Ethics in Government Act. The independent counsel provision expired in 1999, but the Justice Department has appointed special counsels since then from outside the department and from inside, as is the case with Mr. Fitzgerald who is also the top federal prosecutor in Chicago.

In his written ruling, Judge Walton also accepted Mr. Fitzgerald's claim that the defense engaged in a "talmudic dissection" of the language in the judge's earlier rulings "in a manner that deprives it entirely of context."

Judge Walton's latest opinion could also be seen as a further retort to 12 legal scholars, some of the eminent in the profession, who filed an amicus brief arguing that Mr. Fitzgerald's appointment raised serious constitutional questions. If that was Judge Walton's intent, it may have been overkill since the appeals court on Wednesday refused an amicus brief from the same scholars.

Based on the schedule the appeals court set for briefs, it seems that the panel could make a decision as soon as next week on Libby's request for a stay.

If the court turns him down, he could seek relief from the Supreme Court. Another possibility, first raised on National Review's Web site, is that Mr. Bush could issue a form of clemency known as a respite, which could have the same effect as a stay.


Blogger jan said...


2:04 PM  
Blogger airJackie said...

My Father is the late Leroy Greenwood.
Now to Judge Walton's comments. This subject has been kicked around since the trial started. Gonzales the puppet could have made a decision but without knowledge he didn't. Fitz was appointed legally. Notice how no one questioned Ken Starr's case. Next I found it interesting that the Gerbil can come in at any point and pardon Libby for going to jail and for the crimes he was found guilty of. Yes the pardon is always there for Bush but it could mean problems for loyal Bushies who are in jail. It's like have a stack of nuts by pulling the one nut from the bottom all the rest will fall. It would be interesting to see what the other nuts do if Libby is pardoned. Next thought if Bush pardons Libby for the stay out of jail card and he loses the Appeal will he be in office to pardon that Appeal? If this case goes to the Supreme Court and the Bush appointees rule to keep Libby out of jail, look for the possibility of some Supreme Court Judges going to trial for corruption. Roberts is doing his part now but will he go out all the way to save his partners in this crime wave. I know Alito will do as he's told without question but it's dangerous. Alito is so stupid he sent thank you letters to the Church and others who put him in office. Now he has to do as they say. It's called when you dance to the music you have to pay to the piper.

3:03 PM  
Blogger SP Biloxi said...

In his conclusion, Judge Walton writes in his 30 page filing yesterday:

"The Court concludes that none of the defendant's other claims are "close [questions] or [ones] that very well could have been decided the other way."

It will be interesting to see Fitzgerald's filing. Fitzgerald's arguments will be the same as Walton. The little soldier is definitely hosed. I hope Mr. 9% is all worth for little Irve to go to prison rather than to plead bargain from the get-go with the rugby man. What an idiot!

4:52 PM  
Anonymous It Can't Be said...

Who's Your Daddy?

Nobody but you, baby!

6:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Complete 911 Timeline: Military Exercises Up to 9/11

Get Dick.

6:48 PM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

Judge Walton said Mr. Fitzgerald was subject to removal at any time by a senior Justice Department official and his authority could have been circumscribed as well at any point.

The outcry would have been unreal! Even they would not would not have dared.

7:05 PM  
Blogger SP Biloxi said...

Fitzgerald's filing to appellate court has been filed today.

Fitzgerald to Appellate Court: Send Scooter to prison.

And here is Fitz's bottomline:

"The government respectfully asks the defendant's application be denied."

His bottomline is no different from Judge Walton's filing yesterday. SPB's bottom line? The little soldier is hosed. End of story. Have a great weekend everyone! Biloximan out!

7:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Uh oh, look what slipped out late Friday afternoon...from ABC

DOJ Official's Nomination Withdrawn Days Before Confirmation Hearing

Six Department Officials Have Left or Announced Resignation Plans Since March

The White House has withdrawn the name of William Mercer as the nominee for the associate attorney general position at the Justice Department.

Mercer, who has been serving as the acting associate attorney general since September 2006, asked the White House to remove him from consideration from the position.

7:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Raw Story | Colbert: No matter what, 'the president gets to do what he wants'

8:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

We certainly can see who these contractors' think their sugar daddies are...the taxpayer.

Federal Contracts for Federal Fiscal Year : 2002, Extent Competed : Full and Open Competition after exclusion of sources, Level of Detail : Low (list of contractors)

Bloody asshats.

9:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Big Bad Voodoo Daddy!

10:13 PM  
Anonymous stephanie said...

Okay, here we have two Presidential candidates' responses to a question about 9/11.

Hillary Clinton and Ron Paul.


Which candidate would get your vote?

10:15 PM  
Anonymous DOJ "I Quit" Day said...

Openings coming to a DOJ near you soon? DOJ Problems go international

Attorney general to leave office-BBC

Lord Goldsmith said he had wanted to move on for some time and had told Mr Blair and Gordon Brown he believed that now was the right time to make that move.

In his resignation letter to Mr Blair, the government's legal adviser acknowledged the "challenge" of advising on the legality of the war in Iraq.

There was controversy over his advice that the 2003 invasion would be legal under international law amid claims he changed it under political pressure - something which he vehemently denies.

11:42 PM  
Blogger calamityjane said...

Hi, Fitzieblogger.Thanks for the update. Peace ;)

12:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Case of the Absentee Attorney ... William Mercer, Montana

"MISSOULA -- In an abrasive court hearing Tuesday, Montana's chief federal judge reviled US Attorney Bill Mercer, accusing him of federalizing criminal cases arbitrarily and because it's politically popular.

"Do you ever concern yourself with justice?" U.S. District Judge Don Molloy asked Mercer during a federal court session in Missoula.


"This is a state case," Molloy said. "What is the federal interest in prosecuting this case? Clearly this person is rehabilitated. You know what this seems like to me? This seems like a number. This seems like a statistic."18

"The Chairman of the State Democratic Party wrote him a letter criticizing his failure to investigate the widely publicized potential involvement of (former) Senator Conrad Burns (R-MT) with Jack Abramoff."

Is there anyone that is not corrupt or a liar?

12:50 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


W's Daddy on video.

1:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

News | Telegraph

News | Telegraph

Scoop: UQ Wire: Jeb Bush Flies High With Terror Airways

"posing as wealthy Arabs" while running drugs, now who flew out of the country on 9/12?


2:06 AM  
Anonymous American Taxpayers said...

RAW "President Bush claims he's exempt from security oversight too, Los Angeles Times to report"

Me too, me too! I'm exempt from the same things they are!

9:34 AM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

Good Morning Justice Bloggers

OMG, GORDON SMITH-for shame! Does he know about this? Surely he does. I must write to him...

Laying the groundwork to get Smith reelected, Rove set up a cabinet-level task force on Klamath River issues to specifically study whether diverting water from Klamath River to farmers would hurt the endangered Coho salmon population. The task force Rove set up gave the impression that the administration was going to take an unbiased look at the situation.
Good post anon,just when you thought the corruption couldn't get any thicker. Rove is such a sociopath, he honestly can't stop himself.
There is only one cure for what ails him...What else will we find in the Rovarian Pandora's box?

10:09 AM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

So good to see that this blog is active again. Welcome back, Blogmeister!

It is looking like Mr. Libby will serve his sentence. Meanwhile, Bush and Cheney are busy exempting themselves from scrutiny. What are those crazy boys hiding now?

1:15 PM  
Blogger Roisin Dubh said...

Is this what those two guys are trying to cover up, like busy kitties in a dirty, dirty litter-box?

1:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Beltway Confidential: Bad behavior and parties Archives

3:14 PM  
Blogger GEEZERPOWER said...

Thanks Fitz for your continuing dedication to see justice done to the pathetic little cajones'...
oH* There is one more thing.

3:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does what happens in the Facebook stay in the Facebook? at Waiting in Transit…

Aren't we proud, America?

8:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Talking Points Memo: by Joshua Micah Marshall June 23, 2007 10:53 AM

Questions but no answers.

9:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for that on Facebook>:( mines coming off or do they get to keep it forever?

9:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Think Progress » Health Insurance Industry, Big Pharmaceuticals Launch Michael Moore Smear Campaign

Big Pharma and Insurance Industry makes the case that they are crooks.


I don't know about the Facebook being forever BUT I've talked myself silly to my kids about this issue. Mama wasn't so dippy after all. Ha! It sounds like the perfect "patsie" maker.

9:11 PM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

Hi Justice Bloggers,

I will be blogging an audio interview Ms Palfrey, the "DC Madame" on Monday.

I'm sure it will be very interesting.

9:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The True Crime Blog

Alleged killer of pregnant woman was a real winner. Takes a big man to kill a child's (pregnant, no less) mother in front of them. I guess he knew the law too, huh?

10:43 PM  
Anonymous Educate the cops first said...

Yeah he knew the law, and the coward let 1800 people look for her. He and OJ look at the killer everyday?

And protect and serve- not that cop

he should shake in his shoes, Ohio gov is cautious, but all sources indicate he will put down a rabid animal like that

11:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hidden in Plain Sight by Nate Blakeslee - The Texas Observer

Why is Gonzales allowed to skate on this issue if the feds were involved?

Safe Harbor Children's Shelter - Serving abused, neglected, homeless, and runaway children - Brunswick, Georgia

LISTSERV 15.0 - EVENTS Archives

Texas Youth Commission - Topix

Quite a racket going on there for the pedophiles and corruption. Sounds like Straight, Inc.'s ploy for $$$$ and evil.

12:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Narco News: Ex-DEA El Paso Chief Slams U.S. Attorney Sutton Over “Murders Gov’t Could Have Prevented”

Gonzales too busy telling lies and covering his own ass plus Junior's.

12:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

TEXAS Youth Commission- go figure. What a house of horrors and wouldn't you know Gonzo's DOJ is involved...nail him too.

OK, there is a completed investigation-yet the prosecutor is sitting on it. What is he waiting for, the witnesses to insist he do his job? Does he need help or just a shove?

I think the volunteer in one of those articles said it best, yes they are kids that have done bad things and had bad things done to them-which is why they deserve the best TX can provide...

Those two perverted administrators should do life in prison for what they did-like those kids haven't had enough victimization before they came to TYC?

9:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Prague Discussion Forums - wow interesting article about a secret UN Isreael resolution!

What don't we know about Israel? Seems like we only hear one side all the time, most of it propaganda designed to benefit Israel and the elite.

Another interesting piece--

"In February Newsweek propagated a virtual fraud on its cover by showing – under the headline "Terror Goes Global – Exclusive: Bin Laden's International Network" – a frightening photograph of a man (head and shoulders), his face covered in an Arab scarf, holding a rifle in his right hand. The reader would imagine this to be a member of Osama bin Laden's network of "global terror". But I traced the Finnish photographer who took this picture. He snapped it at a funeral on the West Bank. The man was an armed member of the Palestinian Tanzim militia -- and had nothing to do with Bin Laden. The Tanzim are violent enough. But the cover generically smeared the entire Palestinian people by associating them with the man supposedly responsible for bombing US embassies in Africa."

When Journalists Refuse To Tell the Truth About Israel

12:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Conspiracy of Silence 2007 (with additonal John De Camp excerpt)

Larry King, Jr., back in D.C.? Stop the cover-ups!

12:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Flynt Leverett worked as a senior director for Middle East affairs at the National Security Council, the NSC, and he was a CIA analyst.

The Bush Administration has committed fraud before. See background information on the fraud committed by the Bush Administration to get us into the Iraq War:

The Problem Was Not "Faulty Intelligence," the Problem Was Dishonestly Selecting And Omitting Intelligence

Thank You Subscribers

12:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GOP Ron Paul Rally On Exclusionary Iowa Debate - Free Market News Network

It is not nice to exclude any candidates.

1:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

TPMmuckraker April 23, 2007 01:23 PM

"In January, Karl Rove's deputy, Scott Jennings, arrived at the GSA to give a briefing on Republican political prospects. After the presentation, Doan reportedly asked aloud what the GSA could do with its considerable taxpayer-funded assets "to help our candidates." When asked about the briefing at the hearing, Doan pleaded a fuzzy memory."

3:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Conyers Grills Deputy Attorney General McNultyTranscript Greg Palast

3:59 PM  
Anonymous Like Ants at a Picnic, Baby said...

Caging smaging...Greg has been talking about the lists for years, so have other investigators knowledgeable about widespread vote shenanigans.

Boy, could they use some help from experienced criminal justice people in this mess.

The pay may not be the best but the benefits are numerous and make quite an attractive package...know what I mean?

6:35 PM  
Anonymous disbelief said...

you dont relate, at all

7:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Attica, Attica

7:50 PM  
Anonymous wonkette said...

June 20, about 6 p.m. on Dearborn Street in downtown Chicago, I walked around the corner of one of the federal buildings and didn’t realize until he had almost passed me that the tall, slightly stooped, tired-but-determined looking guy in the government-lawyer-blue suit was Patrick Fitzgerald. He was alone, carried no briefcase, papers, etc., and looked exactly like every other commuter in the Loop on their way home from work. Can’t say for sure but he appeared headed for the subway stop adjacent to the building. He may have looked tired since his office is currently prosecuting two huge cases: the fraud trial of Canadian media baron Conrd Black and the biggest organized crime racketeering case in Chicago in about 20 years.

9:42 PM  
Blogger airJackie said...

Thank you Wonkette for letting me know how my little angel is doing. I know he has alot of work but if he's not busy fighting the evildoers he's restless. Nobody can say baby Fitz isn't doing his part for Global Warming as he take public transportation. Now as for me I take it because the eyes, ears and body aren't working as well as they use to. Plus it's cheaper.

10:41 PM  
Anonymous Benita Butrell said...

"He was alone, carried no briefcase, papers, etc., and looked exactly like every other commuter in the Loop on their way home from work."

Maybe if he had carried his favorite teddy bear, honey, he wouldn't be too tired.

11:41 PM  
Anonymous Pink Hearts & 4 Leaf Clovers said...

Does dicks black heart race at the thought of what is coming next?

Mine does

wayne madsen said dicks name is on the dc madames list

say what you want about my family, but my granddaddy was never caught in an imaginary whorehouse

i'll rub your shoulders later for what you have done for this country mr fitzgerald

9:31 AM  
Anonymous Now Playing A Dumb Blonde said...

The (DC madam's) phone records trace back to thousands of men, including a career Justice Department prosecutor.

Is that why McNulty was "poorly briefed" for his senate testimony?

11:16 AM  
Anonymous dont touch me there said...

I bet the madame's girls were only massaging their egos.

3:17 PM  
Anonymous smooth as a baby's said...

Prosecutor? How many relaxed prosecutors has anyone ever met?

3:20 PM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

This comment has been removed by the author.

5:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How to Identify Misinformation - US Department of State

Was there money allocated by Bush for propaganda aimed at the American People? Have the MSM, like Fox News, ever lied to the people? Has Bush or the State Dept. or White House Press?
Just Islamic sites lie? Does Israel promote their agenda or ever fib or fudge the facts to their favor?

Who are all these high ranking "sources" that don't want to be named talking to the media?
What did Liz Cheney do again at the State Department? Why doesn't anyone ever take an oath and testify before Congress and the American people?
Did NBC/GE help GWB "win" any elections?

6:59 PM  
Blogger GEF said...

Hey Fitzie...

Good to see a revival!

Globalist Evildoers never sleep!

8:12 PM  
Blogger GEF said...


Time to put on those baby Jumpsuits we bought for Gilligan(libby) and finally toss he butt in the klink!

That's real nice! ;)

btw: Here's our new hangout if youse are interested!

We got some good writers and Fitzie would be proud of us!!



8:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Pushing the Envelope on Presidential Power | Cheney | washingtonpost.com

White House opposes move to declassify report on Iraq's WMDs - Examiner.com

9:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Cast of Characters | Cheney | washingtonpost.com

Who are these people really?

9:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

'A Different Understanding With the President' | Cheney | washingtonpost.com

9:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dick Cheney

9:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Yup, Dick's on the Madame's list.

10:49 PM  
Anonymous But here is good said...

What good will it do Dem and Reps except to CYA themselves to selectively, yet AGAIN release conflicting info about Iraq's wmds.

Sure blame the CIA, back to the ole not me. Just once somebody in that group admit it. Dick is being very funny, claiming his office isn't covered under the executive branch.
I must give it to him, he is consistent in silently invoking the fifth however he needs to use it.

When you consider he isn't really the legally elected VP, he's factually correct.

11:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Presidential scholars present Bush with letter urging a ban on torture | www.azstarnet.com ®

Keep breaking the cycles and stinking thinking. Wake up America to the lies.

6:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

U.S. lags behind leaders in Internet speed - Los Angeles Times

digital divide information and high speed internet resources

High Speed Internet Access & E-Government & Civic Participation

Truth matters.

7:17 AM  
Anonymous Will Snitch for Liberty & Justice said...

From Harpers

And, apparently, it all would’ve worked perfectly but Dana Simpson, a Republican, had to open her mouth and blow the whistle. So now the Rovian mafioso-like intimidation begins:

The response to Simpson’s affidavit has been a series of brusque dismissive statements – all of them unsworn – from others who figured in the discussion and the federal prosecutor in the Siegelman case, who has now made a series of demonstrably false statements concerning the matter. She’s been smeared as “crazy” and as a “disgruntled contract bidder.” And something nastier: after her intention to speak became known, Simpson’s house was burned to the ground, and her car was driven off the road and totaled. Clearly, there are some very powerful people in Alabama who feel threatened.

Rove should be given the ultimate penalty. There is no cure for his sociopath tendencies. Remember Rove-hell is forever.

9:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Raw Story | Intelligence officers confirm Kissinger role in Turkish invasion

War criminal, beast.

""Lorie [Van Auken] asked, do you have any Saudi clients on your list? And he got a blank look. Then Lorie asked, do you have any clients by the name of Bin Laden? And he was stuttering and mumbling, and finally said he would maybe, possibly consider releasing the client list to an attorney but not for the public."

11:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

FITRAKIS: Ohio, the DOJ scandal and "Thor" - the god of voter suppression

12:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I thought this blog died a long time ago. Weird.

4:00 PM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

Bob's got more on Thor, coming soon

Ms Palfrey confirmed yesterday that Dick is on the list...sounds like she has a decent legal argument-one at least as good as her clients.

LOL, he bought women telling him what a MAN he is. snark

You are right anon, I think it really was just their egos getting a massage!

4:36 PM  
Blogger GEF said...


Lynne Cheney is going to have Kittens when she finds out ole Dick has been hitting the red light district!

She's going to be livid that this will be playing all over the Nation.

Remember that the Elite are all about reputation.

That's going to Shatter Lynne Cheneys world and standing as a socialite.

The Laughter is going to be bouncing off the walls!

Whatsa matter Lynne, you can't keep your man happy?!


7:35 PM  
Blogger Suzie-Q said...

I can't wait to publish the story on my blog...

"Dick Does DC"


8:24 PM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

Oh you guys are soo bad, but apparently not as bad as Dick Cheney LMAO

Lynne Cheney is going to have Kittens when she finds out ole Dick has been hitting the red light district!

Geffy that's a classic line! LOL

S-Q LOLOLOL what else can I say about your comment? (And feel free to edit the interview;)

9:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wonder if the hooker was for Dick or Lynne?

11:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

McCain could pull out of race by autumn - Times Online

"he speculation, vigorously denied by McCain’s camp, is sweeping Republican circles after a disastrous few weeks in which the principled Arizona senator has clashed with the party’s conservative base on immigration and also alienated independent voters by backing President George W Bush’s troop surge in Iraq.
Posted Jun 26, 2007 06:15 PM PST

The hushed whispers are that McCain's sucking up to Israel has played a major factor in the erosion of his support."

Stop funding Israel and Cheney/Bush.

11:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Citizens for Legitimate Government, Bush Election Coup 2000 2K anti political action liberties peace activist

People should have these "black-outs" now to reconnect with each other and send a message across the country.

11:45 PM  
Anonymous Dick C said...

I did not have legal or immoral sexual fantasy play with those women!

12:00 AM  
Anonymous Have you been bad? said...

Everything, every THING must first go through Cheney's. I guess he stamps the seal of satisfaction, I mean approval.

1:37 AM  
Anonymous Praise the Lord & Pass the Ammo said...

Dickity dickity dock

dick wants to run down the clock

the madame struck and there went his luck

the world will soon know what he is not

8:51 AM  
Anonymous let's dance said...

got that letter ready yet, dick?

hurry up, cause I've got a hot date that shouldn't wait

8:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Raw Story | Revealed: Bush EPA chief says she quit after Cheney rewrote coal power plant rules

Top Censored News Stories of 2006

Leaving No Tracks | Cheney | washingtonpost.com

CorpWatch : General Electric

Daily Kos: Rove Met With Jack Welch in '99 to Create Media Cartel. W/Poll

11:03 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Truth Seeker - The Voice of the White House June 18, 2007

That might be why the B.O.B.'s what, how, where, whens do not add up.

1:06 PM  
Blogger jan said...


is this what you were talking about?

Cheney, others served with subpoenas by wiretapping investigators


1:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

YouTube - 9/11 Truth: Unusual Evacuations

1:41 PM  
Anonymous Sweets for the Sweet said...

Cupcakes V. Bush

Jan ;)

2:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is what US aid to Israel looks like | Wake Up From Your Slumber

Feel proud, America? Why does Congress and Bush/Cheney send our tax dollars to fund this?

4:27 PM  
Anonymous nobody's fool said...

What's with the antisemitic postings in this site? Has anyone seen those palestinian children wearing suicide bombs belts? or their Mickey Mouse calling for jihad?

5:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Evergreen Politics: US Attorneys Rock the House at Seattle University

U.S. Immigration Policy, Innovation, and H1B's (re: MSM comments by Lezlee Westine & Scott McNealy)

Karl Rove's aides?

5:11 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


WTF? Is this for real? Someone needs to do something about this crazy ass, IMPEACH.

5:31 PM  
Anonymous Safety first please said...

Similarities in the Luna and Gricar cases

6:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

yardbird.com: Another drug prosecutor vanishes on Pennsylvania car ride


6:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Does this have something to do with all this mess? I have seen that video before and omg. I had no idea and still don't of what all this is about...

yardbird.com: The Sins of Our Fathers e-book edition

A Tribue To R. Budd Dwyer

6:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For The Record Summary Posts

Dave Emory For The Record #589 - Interview with Lucy Komisar about the BCCI

The Komisar Scoop

Justice Dept. Criminal Division chief wrote “lawyer’s letter” clearing GOP ex-congressman’s firm :: The Komisar Scoop

Online NewsHour: GOP Lobbyist Abramoff Pleads Guilty -- January 3, 2006

Alice Fisher and Mueller, are gatekeepers or what?

10:03 PM  
Blogger Suzie-Q said...

Expert: Wiretap Subpoenas May Open Bush To Impeachment

Raw Story


11:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Letter from Washington: The Hidden Power: The New Yorker

Who is this damn evil ass Addington anyway? Americans care about our Constitution and NOT Cheney, Bush and Addington! Filthy evil=doers.

11:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LiP | Feature | The Roots of Liberty: Repression and Resistance in Haiti

1:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Raw Story | Giuliani admits he steered clear of priesthood because he couldn't keep 'vow of celibacy'

Who benefited from 9/11?

6:29 AM  
Anonymous Obstruction 101 said...

Sara and Harriet don't have to testify! Dubya said, so humph!

8:43 AM  
Anonymous why I'm not a nun said...

Sure Ghouliani, probably the sex and hopefully the fact you don't subscribe to Church practices.

Me neither, but then I'm not the one claiming to be Catholic...

8:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BBC NEWS | Middle East | Israel president makes plea deal

The people of Israel deserve better. Too bad the media didn't report Junior's offenses of sexual assault allegations. We deserve better better, too.

10:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brown shuffles the pack for new Cabinet - Times Online

Here's hoping Gordon Brown is a better man than Blair and outs Bush/Cheney.

10:33 AM  
Blogger SP Biloxi said...

"btw: Here's our new hangout if youse are interested!"

"We got some good writers and Fitzie would be proud of us!!"


My apologies for not responding to your message to me. I had to comb through the comments to find it and I seldomly pop in because of a busy schedule.

Right now, I fully committed to the Justice League blog and to the readers on the blog and individuals on email. Excluding projects, assignments, and commitments outside the blog and everyday life, I have been working closely with Waterflake (blogger from UK who blogged on this site) of Newsinkling.org as well as Jason Leopold of Truthout.org as she has put me now in charge with the U.S. news on her site called "Inside of the U.S." Jason's articles are added on her website. So, there are projects that are currently in the works with Waterflake and myself to bring a full partnership between NewsInkling.org and Justice League blog.

12:15 PM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

Scooter "28301-016" Libby

Scooter Libby has a new name: inmate number 28301-016. That's according to the Bureau of Prisons, which is ready and waiting for Libby's arrival.

After losing a motion earlier this month to delay his first day in prison, Libby's currently trying a last ditch appeal before reporting to prison later this summer. If he wins, he'll remain free until an appeals court decides whether to uphold the verdict against him; if he loses, only a pardon could save him from beginning to serve his 2 1/2 year sentence.

12:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

prissy patriot---

that link had a great comment regarding a lottery #.....

12:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Lynne is going to siccum Addington on the world cuz Dick has been laid up with the hookers. (She's just upset cuz she wanted some too.)


3:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

BOP IS a great link for lotto numbers! good tip anon

smenita verification again, either blogger is stuck or are you trying to tell me something

7:18 PM  
Anonymous Lynn C said...

I'm mad because that Dick wouldn't take me with him when he went to visit! I like the Ann Taylor look too!

7:21 PM  

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