Nov 20, 2007

I Never Unpack My Suitcase...

Former spokesman says both president and VP up to their ears in cess

Full excerpt from the book:
“The most powerful leader in the world had called upon me to speak on his behalf and help restore credibility he lost amid the failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq. So I stood at the White house briefing room podium in front of the glare of the klieg lights for the better part of two weeks and publicly exonerated two of the senior-most aides in the White House: Karl Rove and Scooter Libby.

There was one problem. It was not true.

I had unknowingly passed along false information. And five of the highest ranking officials in the administration were involved in my doing so: Rove, Libby, the vice President, the President’s chief of staff, and the President himself.”
I have missed those
Old Ebbitt Grill hamburgers...between you and me -- I hear agents of a certain campaign have been telling Robert Novak that I will be proactively mentioned as their choice for AG before the Iowa caucuses...ask Randall! ;)


Anonymous Anonymous said...

This too will pass. :P

5:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This turkey has been pardoned - please pass the TUMS for all my partners in crime on Thanksgiving Day.

5:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No comment.

6:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is the DoJ water boarding program out of Beta yet?

6:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah, the ramblings of that gutless
wonder Scotty McClellan.

What a putz...

7:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Republicans are putzes.

Democrats are yutzes.

What's the diff?


8:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Please do not be insensitive or discriminatory here in this austere and august venue.

And what of us klutzes?

10:58 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dentistry, brain surgery, laser hair removal, or calligraphy would not make good career choices. You are sensitive, psychic, and well-liked. Avoid foods that begin with the letter 's' and be wary of anyone with a hypenated first name. Today is a 7.


11:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh, and most importantly, klutzes should eschew becoming a mohel.


11:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Since you feel the need to bring personal anatomy and potential ethnic slurs into this...

An Englishman, a Frenchman and a Czech are discussing whose wife is the nicest.

E: My wife has such beautiful long legs that if she sits on a horse, her legs reach almost down to the earth. And it is not a little pony! Just the grown-up common horse. She simply has such long nice legs.

F: My wife is that slim that I can embrace her around her waist. And, you see, my fingers are not extremely long. In fact, my wife is so slim in her waist.

CZ: If I smack my wife on her bottom by the time I go to my work in the morning, she is trembling even when I return from my work. And she is not so thick at all! But I work such a short time.

11:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

which one are you on?

Better keep your noses brown....I mean clean.

boogy men believer

12:38 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Novak, are you the poet whose feelings I hurt? I needed to nip-it-in-the-bud, not to lead you on, and I didn't feel good about asking you to redirect your attention in a more productive direction. Because I knew by your poem that I had touched your heart. You were making yourself vulnerable to me.

That being said. Joke cites for you.

"Jokes and Their Relationship to the Unconcious" by Sigmund Freud.

The original joke you quoted was between an Englishman, Frenchman, and either a Spaniard or Italian. Linguistically and culturally there's a whole lot of similarity between Spanish and Italian.

That being said...

I guess you're not Jewish.

Pick up some New Yorker magazines and start by looking at the cartoons. Then work your way up to the stories and articles.

It's OK to laugh.

And you don't know Slovenia from Slovakia.

No problem! Let me educate you.

CZ is a compound country made of Czechs and Slovaks. There is some tension between them hence the jokes. Basically the Czechs tend to be city folk and the Slovaks tend to be the farm folk. So you can imagine the jibs and jabs.

Slovenia is so small & unimportant that no one makes jokes about us. It would be a blessing to finally get noticed and have some kind of ethnic identity worthy of a slur!


1:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yo, non-faux Fitz, you promised to reopen the Plame case if you rec'd new info. Time to pack your bags.

6:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh I read all about those earlier incarnations of that joke and since I could find no Slovenian ones the Czech substitution had to do.

You are astute mentioning Freud as your behavior in here at times lately does warrant a gentle paddling.

The New Yorker:
Like Playboy, I only read the articles.

The Poem:
Not. A famous aria...

The Heart:
Touched yes. You have been ganged up on here so a modicum of compassion and concern has blossomed within it.

"I want to give you back your beautiful sky,
The sweet breezes of your native land,"

Chicago? :(

7:08 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Oh, so it was PITY and not desire? How dare you! Just kidding.

"I want to give you back your beautiful sky,
The sweet breezes of your native land,"

What would Freud say that as I scanned, it didn't register, and I was irritated by the attention and wanted you to stop. You were just singing my song.

It's cyber space ... and the regulars don't gang up on me, they think I'm nutty and take up alot of space, but the 'homies' are a nice, funny, and intelligent group of bloggers.

Other bloggers came here with disruptive agendas.

I came here with an agenda, too.

However, Fitz fell in love Jenni and won't run for President, this election cycle;)


7:52 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Jergens, at 7:48PM:

Scotty McMess Scotty McMess making a mess at Thanksgiving Dinner was just doing the publicist/press secretary thing.

Most press secretaries are not at the table while issues are being debated and policy being formulated, tactcs and strategy being discussed. Most are handed a talking ponts, to polish and deliver.

If he was an at-the-table person and did this, it was immoral and unethical. and maybe illegal.

"I had unknowingly passed along false information."


The 10 rules of Public Relations.

1-9. Deny, Deny, Deny, Deny,
Deny, Deny, Deny, Deny, Deny.
10. Tell the truth.

He might just be tooting his own horn. To sell books and get into the lucrative "speaker's" market, and get another job bamboozling.

Can we please find a grown-up to run for President?

It's too late for 2008, but next time;)

Celeste Aida,dressed in an outfit from my native land that best expresses my inner animus (Jungian definition) and soul

8:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Vulnerability, in this instance dear, is a two way street.

Wearing your heart on the sleeve may garner you more attention than you had expected and especially so in this cynic's den here.

But this seems to your nature and I for one appreciate the honesty coupled with your quick wit

Some might say, not I however, that a Slovenian- Hungarian relationship has a better chance for working out than a Slovenian-Irish one.

Renovate that basement for me and I promise to give up cigars, go on a diet and buy a toupee.

What is your annual income by the way?

8:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Leave my Celeste alone Stork.

8:54 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dear Magyar Agar,

Oh, so I'm being courted by a noble, AGAIN.

I will remind you, Magyar Agars are SIGHT hounds. My uncle Stefan (Pista) has a brace of them. Magnificent, noble, regal bearing.

And what kind of contract will we make that after I have the children, you won't let yourself go to pot.

Celeste Aida

9:09 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You will find no need for any post partum contracts whatsoever.

The sight hound reference does elude me so early in the day but if that relates to any physical appearance I can most emphatically assure that if even if you looked like "throw momma from the train"...well no matter, please see below;

Our age difference will insure that my hot Ugraic blood is kept at a boiling point and we will continually burn calories morning noon and night to such a high degree that no 'pot' would ever be seen upon this noble and hairy Slavic waist again.

And of course, there must be many more than some plebeian 2.5 offspring from our marital efforts.

We shall be the root of a new dynasty to rival, nay, surpass those staid and stuffy Rothschild's and Hapsburg's.

Now that we've come to a common understanding...about that income of yours......

9:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So what happend next?

From my quick look this morning...this is what I came up with;

It is NOT illegal for the Prez & his admin to lie....

Just gendering through one of my books; 'When Presidents Lie' by Eric Alterman, 2004, and in the introduction I found the answer I was looking for;

Is it illegal or legal for the President or anyone in his administration to lie to the American people?

I've come to the conclusion that, it is perfectly legal.

So the latest info condemning them in releasing Valerie Plames name, means nothing.

Here is what I read, when the author spoke about presidents lying;

"This principle, late enshrined into law by a series of Supreme Court cases, would be neatly enunciated during the Cuban Missile Crisis by Assistant Secretary of Defense for Public Affairs Arthur Sylvester, who informed Americans, "It's inherent in [the] government's right, if necessary, to lie to save itself."

There you go folks.

Supreme Court and all.

I am sure Bush will find away to say that this "Plame" issue, was done to protect something, along with the American people, but that information is classified and will be for the next 70 years, by executive privilage.

Corey Mondello
Boston, Massachusetts

10:13 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Third Estate Sunday Review: Editorial: Bully Boy's leaking but who will tell the fan club?


11:27 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

^ "The game was who was going to take the fall: White House v. CIA"

Correct that.

11:44 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mr. Stork, [formerly known as the Hungarian Hound]

Found this while cybering for something else. It made me smile.

My First Crush

A Brace of Magyar Agars - Hungarian Hounds, it's not so bad to be thought of as this handsome hound.

Celeste Aida, I'm 1/4 Hungarian. The Hungarian in me is the high-maintenence part of me.

Lots of discussion about our roots. Slovenians are latinized celts from the Roman Empire. One of 4 latinized - celtic tribes on the Continent. Slovenians don't think of themselves as being either slavic or germanic [both races claim to own us] rather we think of ourselves as celts.

First Mithrean temple's altar to Calix, protector of young children, located in Slovenia. Amazing how much research you can do on-line. Keeps me from schlepping to libraries, archives, museums, etc.

11:45 AM  
Blogger Prof. William P. Kreml said...


Thanks so much again for your integrity and perseverence.

I hope you didn't get the same cold I got on the plane to Columbia. I am just now recovering.

Your neighbor.

Bill Kreml

12:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


My Stork slur was directed to the Aussie that started the bird slanders on you CA. It's one of their peculiar and funny slang words.

To be honest, my own Hungarian blood is the same ratio as yours is so I will claim no ethnic purity. I do feel it runs a semi-dominate course in my veins though.

My First Crush:
Ha! But oh...ouch.

Brace of Sight Hounds:
If I shed 20 lbs I would look exactly like that. Thanks for your acute non-sight complimentary perceptions. That could be similar to my pulling the word 'Slovenian' out of thin air. No personal offense was intended and any taken has my abject and embarrassed apologies. Psychic ability has its drawbacks.

I was hesitant to use the word Slavic as it's too generic and commonly confusingly inaccurate anyway. Many consider Celt to be the same loose description of many different and widespread tribes who never referred to themselves that way. But I'm sure you know this, your knowledge is deep and appreciated here as are your posts in the past. So...there lies my feeling a need to come to your defense altho you hold your own quite well.

So true about the web. I would have no luck at my local library looking for even one sentence on the Scythian influence in Eastern Europe.

Your last link connects intellectually to my recent studies of Mithriasm, I did not know that.
It also connects emotionally in a visual way that concerns a young past we do share.

My wallet contains mere hopes and dreams. Ask Faux Fitz, he knows me like no other....

12:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Crimes are committed every day.

First, you have to catch them.

Who decides to pursue or not pursue charges?


1:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's Galah not Stork ...

Stork doesn't fit your profile.
or your lifestyle.


If the glove dont fit you have to acquit.

If the bird doesn't describe ... whatever ..


1:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I repeat.

Your eyes meet.

She smiles back at you.

This won't happen between us. I will not smile back. I am not 'she'.

And if you keep this up, you will make me cry, I wiil have to ignore you.

Celeste Aida

Frowning and crying cause wrinkles, so says an ad in Vanity Fair.

1:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CA are you on a diet?

1:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I dont think you are having enuf food somehow

1:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CA as I said you should really stop that heart-sleeve wearing here. This truly is not the place for it and surely you see that little compassion will come from any others.

Continue with the intellectual comments and my protective instincts shall be kept to myself.

2:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

if ca wants sympathy she aint getting it.

you put it out (or dishes the crap out) there well she should take it.

even an ostrich like you should know that.

4:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

^ spoken like a true conservative heartless cold catbird or in retrospect a cowbird.

4:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mic ..... c ya real soon

Key ..... y because I like you
(arrrr chooooooooooooo)

Mouse .... to eat ..

meeee ooowwwwwww

hohohoho ... politically incorrect and who gives a flying fuck ?

5:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

a horse is a horse of course of course and no one can talk to a horse of course

but the cat will give you the answer you endorse

forget about Mr. Ed ..

the cat will yickety yak all day and waste your time away

the cat always has something to say ....

5:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oodles Of Olive Oyl

She's improved greatly, but not the best dancer. D. is making a fool of himself, more desperate to get in the picture than she.

"Inside Edition, eXtra, Oprah, ET"....sigh

6:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

She had illegitimate quintuplets with him and tried to pass them off as nephews.

Off to Dr. Phil with her instead.

8:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Turley blasted Fitz tonight.

8:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon. 8:56 p.m. We don't get MSNBC. Was Turley there or somewhere else, and what was the gist of what he said? Thank 'ee.

9:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chicago Tribune | O what a branding mistake

Oprah's Favorite Things Holiday 2007: Samsung Progressive HD Camcorder SC-HMX10C

O's favorite things.

Is Mr. Fitzgerald still able to re-open any of the case against anyone?

Have a safe, happy and loose pants Holiday.
Give thanks, humble yourself and break the cycles of shame and harm.

2:33 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anon at 9:18, I just woke up so sorry about the delay.

Turley pointed out how much more aggressive Fitz could (and should) have been with Rove and Cheney. I think the holes in Fitz's approach will finally be revealed now.

8:43 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

A gift for the Presidential family on Thanksgiving from the distantly rewlated Binkley (Binggeli: the lost Templar familiy) book:

Hardships and Privations Endured in Rebel Prisons (Rev. Rueben Binkley)

"The narrative which I wish to call the attention of the readers, is based upon facts as they occurred from time to time during my prison life in the city of Richmond Va., or rather rather from the time of my capture, and march from the scene of the battle.
History has long since recorded the successes and transverses which transpired on those two eventful days, on which those two great armies met and joined issue on the ever memorable battlefield of Chickamauga, GAwhich resulted in the capture of prisoners on both sides...."
Andersonville Prison
"A new era in the history of my lifenow became evident, a prisoner, and that in the hands of the Rebels:what my fate would be at the time of my capture conjecture, but I will now give the readera few more outlines of my experience."

This excerpt makes me cry Mr. President, as for Reverend and Doctor Rueben Binkley details it:

"The suffering, anguish and despair endured by the inmatesin this hospital is indescribable, but I will endeavor to give a few cases as they occur in my mind. Two brothers were brought from Belle Isle: large, likely,square built men, one occupied bed No. 22, the other bed No.30. They both had varioloid. No. 30 became delirious, would get up and pull the clothes off his bed. For this the ward master would curse him and order him back, throwing him frequentlyroughly back on his bed, saying "Lay there you d---d Yankee!" On the third day he died; his brother, No 22, died shortly afterwards from the effects of cold and diarrhea. Side by side they lay in the death house."

Reverend Rueben Binkley healed and preached for 9 years in the Andersonville prison system. The rest of his diary will be written in the book. Upon the success of Abraham Lincoln and the true integrity of the North, yet not quick enough to send a letter warning him of plans for his assasination, due to the supply lines being corrupted, Reverend Rueben returned to the mother of his 9 children Louisiana Brandenburg of the few remaining lineage of Frederick the Great that escaped along with several other Swiss German families from persecution of desire for freedom to their own beliefs Reverend Rueben continued his good works without complaint and love for his Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. They are both buried under a large masonic pillar with a symbol of a lamb and vines in the Fairview Cemetary. Their faith in being a part of a good sheperd's flock always prevailed in times of the worst.

This strong faith and the good Freemasons that helped our families survive in the new world, a new world that would hopefully exist without abuses drawn upon the people regardless of belief, color, and political association, would exist in a multi lateral manner, spreading our word and good deeds from land to land, will prevail.

Mr. President, I'm still trying to have my Uncle write on the power of faith that supported him through his top secret mission so I can add it into this book. I might also place into it my own mission, later on.

Love and blessings to the Bush family even though it is unfortunate that the multi lateral specialty gas plans are now in the hands of one greedy self serving corporation that does not hold well to the political ideas of service and loyalty to America can create wealth for all of us as long as we remember our loyalties and look to others for acceptance and not to judge by what one does not see from judging a book by it's cover.

Happy Thanksgiving. From Sarah or "little girl"

5:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Superman - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Now I have the answer to my pre-coffee, what the hell was that, on the Top Ten flashback of past balloons in the parade this morning.

Hey DOJ peeps, say it isn't so.

6:55 PM  
Blogger PrissyPatriot said...

Happy Turkey Day,

why do I keep smelling pork rinds roasting on an open fire?

I think this trial will be even more interesting to watch than the last.

9:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good Friday Morning Prissy and other J.B.'s,

I wasn't watching the 1st trial, however, I'll watch this one.

Scotty's sure has made a mess of things. I wonder about his motive(s), or if he's even aware of why he does what he does.

Is it ever OK to lie?


That being said, You don't have to be telling the truth all the time, even when you are asked, you can say:

"It's none of your business."

Why lie?

To gain advantage PERIOD.

Celete Aida

5:16 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I ran behind Ms. Letz at the Turkey Trot but fell behind on the icy bridge.

9:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I wonder where the judgement of Snotty Scotty might be from the poster who raged against Valerie Plame for writing a book.

Lie? This country has been nothing but lies and cover-ups.
Is it still lying when critical parts of a story are left out so the evil doers can cover their own asses?

"Well, you never asked." "You should have told me not to do that." "I did it for your own good." "It's not that simple."


9:30am. I hope you are Mr. Fitz or a harmless runner otherwise what is your deal? Leave the woman alone.

11:07 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No. The cover story appeared on the anniversary of Fitz Sr.'s death, which had a certain symmetry to it. But, if you don't want the media to hound you, don't ever pose for magazine pictures. Ever.

11:28 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

LHP is eogtrippin' before the choir. No surprise there, toots.

11:40 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How come they keep saying on TV, "she fell down"?

LHP? that soccer move again? Who is that anyway?

2:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well it's by the hush, me boys, and sure that's to hold your noise

And listen to poor Paddy's sad narration

I was by hunger pressed, and in poverty distressed

So I took a thought I'd leave the Irish nation

Here's to you boys, now take my advice

To America I'll have ye's not be going

There is nothing here but war, where the murderin' cannons roar

And I wish I was at home in dear old Dublin

Well I sold me ass and cow, my little pigs and sow

My little plot of land I soon did part with

And me sweetheart Bid McGee, I'm afraid I'll never see

For I left her there that morning broken-hearted

Well meself and a hundred more, to America sailed o'er

Our fortunes to be made we were thinkin'

When we got to Yankee land, they shoved a gun into our hands

Saying 'Paddy, you must go and fight for Lincoln'

General Meagher to us he said, if you get shot or lose your head

Every murdered soul of youse will get a pension

Well meself I lost me leg, they gave me a wooden peg,

And by God this is the truth to you I mention

Well I think meself in luck, if I get fed on Indian buck

And old Ireland is the country I delight in

With the devil, I do say, it's curse Americay

For I think I've had enough of your hard fightin'

4:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jenni is helping.

5:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unless Letz can convince Fitz to bring charges against Cheney, I'm not impressed.

BTW, Chicago Head Start sites are rife with corruption and mismanagement. I hope pillow talk brings more indictments.

6:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jeremy is already remarried to Shannon. Seeing a theme here. :)

7:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Who fell down?

7:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Jeremy is already remarried to Shannon. Seeing a theme here. :)"

Shannon who? What do you mean by "seeing a theme?"

7:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is it ever OK to lie?

To omit the truth is a lie, even 2 yourself.

7:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Unless Jeremy is living with his sister, he got married as soon as the ink was dry on his divorce from Jenni. Hard to tell until Monday. And who is Angela Sexton?

8:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Brendan Ginty at Sonicwall? Who?

9:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

River Dance tickets are a mockery of a sham etc., etc., etc.

Faith and Begorrah!

9:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Old Town turned out to be good girl huntin' ground for our Fitz, huh?

9:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

So who is responsible for the fib that she gave up a lucrative career as an investment banker to become a Head Start teacher, Ms. Letzkus or Mr. Straight Arrow?

2:17 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Women of Wrestling - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

What a bunch of damn crooks. The dots are not hard to connect either.

I bet one would find some letter writers connected in some way.

Important cases being decided about donors*? Morph again on the morning news before I had my coffee. Not 2 but 4, then back to 2. All cuties.

2:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I believe Fitz is engaged for career and political reasons. Think about it. He maybe considered for AG whoever will be the next POTUS. He will be marrying a younger woman who is able to bear his children. In Washington circles it is an unwritten rule that you must have a thorphy wife especially blond (ergo Jennifer) if you want to advance in your career. C'mon all of these years he has been dating a lot of smart accomplished women and he just dumps them because he doesn't want a woman to be competitive against him. Typical type A professional male I say. He is probably going to jockey for a higher position if the DEMS win the White House. The Republicans don't want to touch him with a two foot pole. Except for John McCain. In a Chicago Tribune Report, it says John McCain would have no problem keeping him as USA of Chicago but McCain isn't going to win.

I would love to hear Fitz's ex girlfriends had to say about him. Does anyone have any articles that mentioned his exs. I am interested.

Fitz the straight arrow guy is just a myth. He used it to his advantage is advance himself. Don't be fooled by that tough guy blue collar boy that does good demeanor. Once you take the person out where they come from and put them somewhere else where they are successful they quickly forget where they came from. I should know from experience. Trust me

7:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Investment banker" is an elastic term. It's like "lawyer" with respect to range -- you can be a Harvard-trained atty. at a white shoe firm or you can go to a fourth-tier school and work as a glorified paralegal.

So Jenni's background is not exactly a fib -- but it is a stretch to portray her as someone who gave up great success for humanitarian purposes.

And there was an article a while back about Fitz's dates -- they complained about his workaholism, that he wouldn't take time off from work to go on a special date.

Bridget Hughes has remained quiet 'cuz she's classy.

It doesn't appear Fitz is marrying for political reasons at all. But the age difference and accomplishment gap is striking.

8:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Test of faith at Oral Roberts University - Yahoo! News

Funny how they want to be just human beings after they fail at playing God with others' lives.

Did God create man or did man create God to manipulate humanity for control, greed and other purposes?
I have no idea who Mr. Fitzgerald's girlfriend is, so I cannot say. I used to be blond, now it is just too much work. ;)

8:05 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Banks Gone Wild - New York Times

Daily Kos: Paul Krugman gets John Edwards

It was around this time that the fat cats from Wall Street were on TV bragging about their bonuses and spending large.

Remember Bush and Greenspan telling people to go shopping after 9/11? People will do lots of dumb things when they have been traumatized.

8:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The "investment banker turned marathon-running Head Start teacher" tag was a soundbite for the media. Public relations types like to throw something out there for consumption and then shut up. The WaPo gals are such chumps.

8:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Has Jenni signed up with a wedding registry yet? I imagine she must be quite busy deciding the decoration of her love nest. Ah, to be young and in love! I'm sure Fitz has a palace in mind for his beloved. Upwardly mobile couple.

9:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Broken drinking glass and it aint mazel tov!

9:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CA, your cadence is obvious.

10:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice job, Fitz.
That squeaky clean conscience...!

10:30 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


My cadence is unique, or was.

10:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

1. To Anon 10:26, HUH. Who are you and which post are you refering to? I just got here, like 5 mins ago.

2. To Catholiclegalbeagle,

You asked: "I would love to hear Fitz's ex girlfriends had to say about him. Does anyone have any articles that mentioned his exs. I am interested."

Why are you interested?

No one feels good about being an EX even if she was was the one who broke off the relationship with Fitz.

As for WHY HER and NOT YOU or you or you.

Haven't you heard the story of Cinderella? Jenni FITS FITZ, that's all.

Celeste Aida

10:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To ALL Anons,

I always ID myself in my posts.

CA or Celeste Aida

To Anon10:31,


10:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Anon 8:03 PM

You are right...Fitz could have married someone who is his equal. Like I said, most men of Fitz's caliber doesn't like to date or marry women who are equally or more intelligent than they are.

BTW, I am a paralegal with good training from a good school. Not all paralegal's are a waste.

I have a feeling that is marriage may not last about a year and a half or the engagement would be six months.

Any wagers folks?

10:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

10:41, not a princess, I hope.

10:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Anon 10:41 PM
What do u mean not a princess I hope?

10:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Even paralegals have a status hierarchy. Paralegals who graduates from "good schools" (the Ivies, or good liberal arts schools like Amherst, Davidson, Williams, etc) and apprenticed at good firms (Kirkland, Sidley, Paul Weiss) aren't "glorified." They're the real deal.

10:53 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Leave my hero and his beloved alone.


11:04 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz is all about appearances and his own professional upward mobility. Jenni fits Fitz, she is young enough to see herself as a wifey to some important dude.Wish them the best.

11:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CA 10:38

I didn't steal your "cadence". The man out there got my drift but didn't have the gall to address me.


12:01 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said... U.S.


Geesh, all that bickering over Mr. Fitz and his GF remind me of those reality shows.

Wow, blog-keep. Scooter's ass belongs in the slammer.

12:51 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Do you understand?

12:59 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i dont understand, too many freaking lies and freaking posturing. oh, users!

2:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what is the problem here?

you are all making it up as you go along.

much a do about nothing gossip.

5:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bernie Kerik Won't Fold - PAGE 3 + PARA 8 is where it gets interesting. "As Kerik’s rise continued, nobody in city hall seemed to notice a pattern of improper conduct in his career. Sporadic, sure, but it had been there from the beginning."


7:12 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You are talking ONLY about yourself.


7:14 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Egocentric personality traits bordering on Narcissistic Personality Disorder has its own cadence. It can't be hidden.

9:46 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Anon 11:56 PM

I am glad that you noticed that Fitz is nothing but about appearances. I thought I was the only one here. I do believe that this marriage is nothing for appearances for his career purposes. Like I said earlier, many male attorneys like their woman drop dead gorgeous who doesn't match him careerwise. He is jockeying for another position should he doesn't get reappointed as USA of Chicago.

Yes, ladies he is goodlooking and smart but NEWSFLASH he is a human being. He is not GOD! He has shortcoming like the rest of us.

I wonder who dumped who Judge Hughes or Fitz? I bet Fitz couldn't handle a smart lady like the judge. Judge Hughes you are better off. You will find someone who is intimidated by your smarts.

10:55 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good grief. Fitzgerald is NOT about appearances. At all. Randall is, however.

Fitz finally succumbed to a cliche. That's all. And it can work because society supports cliches. In fact, cliches are demanded by society. Older guy with non-ovary challenged female is a biological imperative.

Too bad they don't put their energies into Habitat for Humanity instead of running in circles.

11:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Read Karen Seymours comments for a good laugh.

11:25 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Habitat for Humanity? ROFLMAO

Not yet, that's when you retire.. a la Carter. This couple is into the match of brains and beauty, necessary ingredients in the making of a "power couple".

They only seem to be running in circles...perhaps they are just waiting for an idiot to clear the road to power for them.

Aren't they cute together?

12:25 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Power couple?!?! Now there's a joke. Both of their backgrounds are based on fiction and the needs of desperate bloggers.

12:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karen Seymour


12:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Seymours are a power couple. Fitz/Letz? Never.


She may be young, but it's too late for great.

Karen was a star in Texas.

1:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karen's hubby is a legal dynamo. And their two boys are destined for greatness.

1:15 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Let the couple be...hopefully they'll find happiness together.

Pray they have a relationship based on mutual respect and admiration, and no one is using the other as a social/professional career climbing ladder.

The biggest heartache comes from discovering that someone used you.

1:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

If your father takes up with a woman younger than mom and you take up with a man more suitable for your stepmom, the ledger is balanced.

1:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Monday is broken glass day. But it ain't mazel tov!

The only solution.

1:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karen Seymour is who "Looseheadprop" wanted to be but, now, can never be. Gosh, LHP would have settled for being Frannie Townsend is someone had made her an offer, but that's not to be, either.

Letz "rivals" Seymour only with regard to the early divorce. Everything else pales. And Plame has used those 12+ years very well, and Wilson is appreciative.

1:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mom 1:29

You mean the revenge is for Jenni to marry the catch her stepmom couldn't get? Where is daddy in all this?

So Shakespearean! Love it.

1:40 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, this marriage isn't going to last very long that's for sure.

People like Letz leaves us other gals out in the cold. She doesn't have to work much harder to get her man does she? Ya Think?

1:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 1:40

Letzy probably doesn't want Fitz for love; you made an interesting observation that she is going to marry him for a 'father type figure' because she didn't get attention from daddy.

C'mon bloggers does anyone agree with me that this marriage is not going to last? Don't disappoint me!

1:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

anon at 1:41, you're crazy. This marriage is for keeps. Divorced once, okay. Divorced twice, yikes.

It's the Jessica Seinfeld School of Trading Up.

1:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I hope it lasts.

I hope Fitz have found in Jenni the mate he deserves.

2:01 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

My husband is 13 years my junior (I'm 50) and it works well. We had babies when I was 46 and 48, unassisted by science, I might add. Never let it be said that it's only the woman who reproductively ages. I'm sure, had I married a contemporary, I'd be childless.

2:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


2:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Jenni's mom makes $70K per year, which ain't hay. She'll be fine.

2:14 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Anon 1:46

Like my Catholic mama says, never marry a divorced person because the marriage will not last. I dated a divorce man recent and he has problems with committment. And I am about 7 years younger than him. Divorced people has issues, I don't care how good that person is.

Fitz being raised a Catholic, I expected a little better from him regarding his choice for a wife. This marriage isn't going to last. I bet if both of his parents are still alive they would not have approved. I know how immigrant Catholic parents think when it comes to marriage and ideal mates. Trust me. I should know.

3:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Mareage done dinnit werk fer me.

Mostly cuz the younguns dinnit no wuther ta call me pappy or uncle.


5:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


All people have issues, single, married, divorced or widowed. A divorce may take place for all kinds of reasons, physical abuse of a partner may be one of them. Being Catholic and single offer no guarantees that a marriage will last. Old wives tales from the old worl are no replacement for knowledge. Your boyfriend's problem with commitment may have to do more with your obvious lack of maturity and common sense, than with his divorced status.

You never knew Fitz parents and to insinuate they would not approve of this marriage because Jennie is divorced is, to say the least, one preposterously ignorant assertion.

Perhaps your parents were not only immigrant, but ignorant as well. Every one has an opinion about what should be an ideal mate, however only the people in the realtionship can make that determination.

Again, your boyfriend's problem with commitment may not be due to the fact he is divorced, but with the fact that you are not his ideal mate. Catholic or not.

5:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Amen to that, Anon!

Trolls needs to mind their own business about the Jenni/Fitz soap opera and worry about their own life.

Who cares about Fitz's personal life? Move on people! There are plenty of U.S. Attorneys on this planet!!

5:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Complete Unexpurgated AIPAC Tape

Why does anyone need PACs, societies, clubs, etc. bribing or blackmailing Congress?
America needs all people to be represented.

Leave Mr. Fitz/Ms. Jenni alone!

Hey, did anyone see "Cold Case" last night? Very interesting. Did something like that sorta actually happen? Not VF, is it?

6:13 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To: "My husband is 13 years my junior (I'm 50) and it works well. We had babies when I was 46 and 48, unassisted by science, I might add."

I'm impressed!

I'm sure your partner's youthful enthusiasm heloed.

Quite a few women are waiting until 40 to have their children. You should write an article in a woman's magazine about your experience. It gives hope to women who are working on getting their lives and careers together before having babies.

Celeste Aida

In addition to the age gap, what about, education, social class, and earnings/financial worth?

6:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To: 'Why does anyone need PACs'

Because over 20 years ago the Supreme Court ruled that "money is free speech" and since that time money has talked to our legistlators and the legislators have to listen to the money talk.


Celeste Aida

6:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Leave Mr. Fitz/Ms. Jenni alone!

6:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

...with the 37-year old husband ...

CA, LOL ... re: young men being easier to train. I met my husband when he was fresh out of medical school training (age 30) and treated my dad when he was in the hospital. I was 43 and I kept thinking, "Which one of my friends' YOUNGER sisters should I hook this wonderful guy up with?" I ran into pre-hubby about 8 months later at Radio City Music Hall where he had taken his niece and nephew for some gawd-awful show. We began dating soon after.

Our age difference bothered me because I didn't want to cheat him out of kids. But he told me he wanted to marry me, not my uterus. LOL, again. Who knew Mother Nature would be on our side.

Frankly, I was happy not only to meet him, but to meet someone who was not divorced (40+ never married men, without issues, are few and far between). So we were lucky.

It's too bad Fitz's press person reduced his fiancee to a soundbite. I remember reading the description of her and thinking she had just been turned into a marketable cliche. The "soap opera" aspect is largely a result of the soundbite and Roxanne Roberts et al.'s obsession into which it fed.

I wish them well. But something about their "timeline" is not adding up. It'll all come out eventually, however.

7:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

oh, and CAida, I appreciate your comment about the article. But I'm an aberration. Two babies at my age were a miracle. Interestingly, my OB told me, had I not stopped running when I turned 40 (I used to do marathons, too), I probably never would have remained fertile. A little body fat keeps female hormones a'flowin'.

7:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

* If you don't like commercials, watch it online. I'm sure someone from every campaign camp did.

Does this blog connect to the DoJ or Mr. Fitzgerald or not? Honest answers would be nice, thank you.

I'm trying to remember what we were told to do if we got one of those pesky calls. Call the state AG's office?

7:09 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

This blog only connects to AIPAC and Prosecutor

He fooled me.

Don't let him fool you.

7:19 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Here's some serious history for you soapers to investigate: Milo Radulovich died this past week.

7:20 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

***Does this blog connect to the DoJ or Mr. Fitzgerald or not? Honest answers would be nice, thank you.

No, not directly. The blog keep is not Fitz. But some DOJ folks troll here.

"Hi, Steve."

7:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll call tomorrow and report the robo calling to the state AG's office. We were warned from the local news that the person is in CA doing the calls. Dresses up like a bumble bee, I guess.

7:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

No, he and his family live in Basking Ridge, NJ and he's bucking for Townsend's job.

8:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You are talking ONLY about yourself.


Now now CA you relationship expert you ....

Time will tell for Mr. Fitz and for you.

Just hang in there .. hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha

9:12 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You should have been paying attention to politics at home in Australia, not trolling in here.

This weekend your party LOST big time, a RUDDSLIDE I've been told. Plans are to pull out of Iraq. He won on that issue, to pull out of the war.

Where were you?

How can you blame the USA for what happened in Australia?

How can you continue to SHRIEK at us in here about how we don't know anything.

Your own countrymen don't agree with you.

Celeste Aida

{{{{{Fitz & Jenni}}}}}

9:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I politics here is rather staid and boring, thats why I like the American live drama.

As for the Ruddslide. I know, I am disgusted too CA.

The inept Galah sickens me, but that's what the majority wanted

We now have a woman Deputy with a permanent erect phallic symble planted in the middle of her face.

And the majority here as the true blue's will tell you are imports, unmarried mothers and the bludgers who want, want, want. The labour party here has always appealed to that "genre". Rob from the rich and handout to the poor.

Hillary type stuff.

As for trolling here ... I like trolling here.

I am like a summertime blowfly. Buzzing here and there. Afraid of noone but the man with the can of Mortein.

But when I drop, believe me I'll drop.

love 2 ya .. and Mitt for President.

Bye the way, what do you want for a presi this year?

9:51 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

if you dont really want me to troll here so you can enjoy my "ditty's".

by all means tell me ..

9:56 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Raw Story | Lott expected to announce resignation as early as Monday

Dude, it is the Joker! Or LB's bro!

8:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The potted plants died.

The waterman lied, again. Didn't show up.

The dog was ran over for chasing cars.

The children are wearing long pants.

The broken wine glasses are in the kitchen.

Will the clean up lady come?

9:22 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey Pat Fitzgerald, was something flooded on purpose so that a certain company could buy people out? How much are you paying for natural gas, propane or heating oil?

Bibliography--Answer to Query

1:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There are a couple of interesting posts on other sites this morning. LHP has one on FDL in which she is trying to find out the other spying programs (besides FISA) which Comey, Ashcroft and so on may have been bucking at the hospital scene. One reader suggested that they balked at spying programs which would have drawn themselves under the microscope because they were all anti-civil libertarians (Fitzgerald fits in too) so what other reason would they have had to object unless to something that affected them personally or could put themselves in legal jeopardy. Of course, LHP is not of this view.

The other post is on RAW story and is also related to the upcoming FISA fight. It's about Congress and the courts gearing up to fight Bush on his 'state secrets' doctrine. It mentions the order of a federal judge in VA last week that trial prosecutors, defense lawyers, and her clerk receive security clearances to review classified material on terrorism cases. If this is upheld, and I am not optimistic with this SCOTUS, I wonder if it will not bring some of Mr. Fitzgerald's cases up for retrial. I seem to remember that in the Mohammed Salah trial defense lawyers did not get access to all the evidence. That was Judge St. Eve's decision, however, but in support of Fitzgerald. What does anyone know about her? She seems to be another foe of civil liberties.

1:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

what are you moaning about ?

Australians are paying over $ 4.00 nearly $ 5.00 a gallon.

1:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Grow Up Sweetie:

You don't know me so therefore don't make any judgements about my bf and call me immature.

1:37 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Civil liberties and your over protection of them will be at the expense of all your lives one day.

1:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"All people have issues, single, married, divorced or widowed. "

but unless you've lived it for more than a week I am afraid none of you are equiped to comment on personal relationships.

1:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For Immediate Release:

Local Woman Lifts Skirt Causing Botfly Epidemic.

2:23 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Just-Nominated Second in Command at the DOJ Helped Bush Steal Florida in 2000 and Clerked Under Scalia. BF Editor's Blog. |

Another cover-up?

2:29 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Fear Factor Loony at 1:38, it's exactly the other way around. The slave mentality of people like you is what is going to destroy our country and cost us our lives.

2:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Um.. Botfly's are usually a Springtime thing.

Around August, September here.

Should try scraping the eggs offa horses legs. So time consuming.

Although good when horses are molting the boteggs come off easier.

2:57 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Fear Factor Loony at 1:38, it's exactly the other way around. The slave mentality of people like you is what is going to destroy our country and cost us our lives.

2:36 PM

Doubt it .....

If you knew a wiretap could save at least one American life would you agree to it ?

If the lifting of habeas corpus to some extent saved one American life would you agree to it ?

If fencing your border would save one American life would you agree to it ?

Problem is Bush hating has become such a favourite pass time in the USA a majority of you have lost the plot.

Grow up and get real.

3:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't answer specious questions or hypotheticals generally. Here's one for you: If you knew that one innocent person's life would be saved by allowing DNA testing and the appeals processes be allowed to go forward to the max and not be short-circuited, would you be for it?

And I'll answer your questions anyway. I am of the mind that the protection of millions of peoples' legal rights re wiretaps, habeas corpus, and fencing the border (gawd, what a ludicrous and unworkable idea) are worth the risk.

3:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Charles W. Pickering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Lott's replacement?

Who are the 1st and 2nd largest groups of immigrants to the U.S.?

3:38 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"If you knew that one innocent person's life would be saved by allowing DNA testing and the appeals processes be allowed to go forward to the max and not be short-circuited, would you be for it? "

If you are talking about the recent Supreme Court decision regarding a man on death row and DNA testing which was not available at the time the crime was committed be allowed. yes it should be allowed.

Hence I win this argument. If you are going to save a life any tools available to you should be used.
Wiretaps and fucken fences included.

Fences may be an extreme however anything would do at this point. The situation is out of control.

What would you do if I came into your country illegally? Bludged on your system at the taxpayers expense. I would expect you to dibber dob me right in.

But then again I wouldn't do it, I don't bludge of anyone.

3:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

News Flash:

Local Women Gives Birth To Tasmanian Devil.

"I'm not at all surprised. You wouldn't believe all the queer and odd animals I've let in there."

3:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What did you win? Sounds like someone is into gambling.
I'd rather gamble that there are enough good people left in this world that care about humanity without thinking they are some kind of God.

Who are Toby and Will Osmond? Friends or family of Marie?

Cheney's ticker is giving problems. Stress maybe?

4:14 PM  
Blogger Messenger of Covenant said...

1. The former White House Press Secretary, Scott McClelland lied for President Bush, Vice President Chaney, White House chief of staff, Andrew Card, as well as other staff members, Karl Rove and Scooter Libby regard leak Valerie Flame former CIA operative identity. Once an individual or government lied for little things, they also surely lied about big issues and destroy individual, group, city, and country.

4:43 PM  
Blogger Messenger of Covenant said...

The CIA destruction acts led assassination of the former Vietnamese President Ngo Dinh Diem in December 1963, replaced Vietnam with different president, over his power for United States government leaders power, with American soldiers in Vietnam and result with over three million Vietnamese were murdered, and over four million were badly wounded, contaminated North Vietnam with orange agent destruction chemicals, continually with death and diseases for many years.

4:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't want to go round and round with you, Winner, like two dogs chasing each other's tails. I'll concede you are the winner just to get rid of you even though I don't believe you have. How's that? My original question was about judge Amy St. Eve, and if you don't know anything about her or no one else does, I'm out of here.

5:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"News Flash:

Local Women Gives Birth To Tasmanian Devil.

"I'm not at all surprised. You wouldn't believe all the queer and odd animals I've let in there."

3:55 PM "

No... you gave birth to a She Devil ...


5:47 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Human Botfly - TIME

People should not be such jack-asses. Don't you all agree?

6:31 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Sydney Woman Is Human Platypus!

Has Duck Bill, Fur, Gets Wet, Lays Eggs!

"I support Romney too and that's freaky enough mate!''

7:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


dermatobia hominis (human bot fly) coming out of leg photo

tweezering the bot fly

Dermatobia - larva

Dermatobia hominis - adult


8:43 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


8:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

picture is worth,

this is exactly why we Must build a wall round australia!


8:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

CA corrected link, bot_fly_bite, above

8:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

please keep me out of this sordid affair will you?

thank you.

9:06 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Aren't those horse flies, that sting like hell or those huge biting flies with the bluish/green eyes?

UFO....the Grays. Busted. lmao

9:50 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Trent Lott - Congresspedia

Trent Lott - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

What is the deal with casinos, building on wetlands, and insurance with Trent? He got anything to do with those horses getting bit?


Add Karen Weldon, daughter of Rep. CurtWeldon , to the list of congressional sons, daughters, spouses, and in-laws whose lack of credentials, experience, or expertise hasn't stopped them from enjoying lucrative careers as government lobbyists Washington Monthly - Find Articles

Kids! Remember when some of them had their kids working for Christian Right in the WH? Sweet heart deals on a town house. If I remember correctly, ole Jack liked to visit with that one daughter of a former (wannbe back in) Congressman.

10:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

damn-I mean when will this forever living small band of unruly men be handed their ass??

10:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Crowell Trust

Perhaps money does grow on trees. :(

I'm glad I'm just me.

11:54 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"Resurrecting the Star Chamber" by Scott Horton (Harper's Magazine)

"Reports have begun to circulate that the Administration has put together a group of scholars headed by a right-wing activist judge to craft legislation to introduce a new court of Star Chamber, perhaps to be floated in the coming year. 11-26"

Project for the OLD American Century-liberal news from unbiased sources

What is up with all the gold ties on TV land? Anyone know? A couple had purple. Is this the new yellow?

12:20 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Gray People

I deeply apologize (I do know better and live it every minute), I searched some more. Why all those far-out stories? So certain people wouldn't have to accept responsibility for their actions?
I seen a video on the depleted uranium and the cover up of the first Gulf War too. They finally mentioned it on regular TV the other night. Of course, the tv show did the sufferers an injustice too. Maybe the striking writers and producers should change many things on behalf of their viewers.

Stop stifling doctors in the U.S. too. Thank you to the doctors who do help these the victims of greedy wars.

1:30 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


6:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Helio and Julianne will be crowned the new champions of Dancing with the Stars this evening.

Marie Osmond is so annoying with her fake fainting.

Go Helio and Julianne.

8:24 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


You are mistaken.

I think it's time for me to go on a vacation.

I've developed a crush on old Slingblade.

{{{{{Fitz & Jenni}}}}}


{{{{{Prissy, Jan, JB's}}}}}

and my crush


Celeste Aida

Andrea Bocelli & Sarah Brightman
Time To Say Goodbye

8:29 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Why Oprah Won't Help Obama - TIME

O's Favorite Things.

The branding of Obama.
Psst...Edwards gets it.

8:48 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Raw Story | Timeline: The political prosecution of Don Siegelman

The Raw Story | The permanent Republican majority:<br>Part one: How a coterie of Republican heavyweights sent a governor to jail

Ray Gricar Is Missing - Information and Reward Site

Sen. David Vitter's Foreign Relations Committee oversight role examined in DC sex scandal A very lonely candle in a very ferocious wind: A day with the DC Madam

10:05 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...


Ah reckon yew need ta know yew at the end of uh long line.

But ah'll keep uh kandle burning in the window of my cell at tha nervous hospital fer ya.

10:36 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Resurrecting the Star Chamber was a good read, anon. Jonathan Turley is the one whom everyone should be making a hero of.

10:42 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh CA girl, know you feel.

That Slingblade kida grows on you, like mold perhaps, but surely growns on you.

I've developed a crush on him too. He doesn't seem to entertain any pretensions about himself.

I'm a sucker for that kind of
sweet honesty.

10:45 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Besides McCain, I doubt the next President would hire Fitz unless there is tremendous public pressure. There will be political debts to be paid on either side, and Fitz has to resign, along with all the other US Attorneys (not deputy US Attorneys) when Bush leaves office.

With children, he'll need money for their college, etc. Private practice would help pay the bills; otherwise, he could teach if he wants.

Let's hope Jenni loves him for him, and not for status. Status is never a sure thing.

11:53 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Frugal people rarely go the other way. When the chips fall (so to speak) who would dare vote against the rugby man while the public is watching? And we are watching. The next President needs to forget politics of today, we are watching.

People should be allowed to marry who they want, as long as they are not children or close relatives! Marrying for power, money, looks, to make yourself "look good", genetics, blah, blah isn't unconditional love.


I don't know if that was planned with the Donny and Marie fest, especially Donny acting a pageant parent. If I could have gotten through on the computer to vote-- I would have again for Mel and Max, although Helio and Julianne are great too.

How did Donny and Marie lose 80M anyway?

1:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hey swingblade! Would you light up a candle for me too?

You may want to throw in a prayer or two.

I'll be taking a long, long trip.

1:45 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Anon 1:22

Do you really think Fitz has a future as US President?

Is Jenni part of the agenda? Then Jenni should be the one hoping to be loved for herself.

1:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah'll lite uh kandle fer yew tew in this empty can uf potted meat i gots.

whur yew going, tasty freeze?


2:02 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I been told to expect chilling temperatures...I'll miss your warm sweet disposition.

2:48 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

How did Donny and Marie lose 80M anyway?

Answer: they must have trusted a bunch of lawyers.

3:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

4:59 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

To Anon 11:53 AM

Did you see the Chicago Tribune Times article about McCain stating that he would rehire Fitzgerald should he be elected President? I assume you probably have read that article otherwise you wouldn't have mentioned McCain.

You are correct, Fitzgerald will probably will not be hired for political reasons. Like you said I hope his new bride to be doesn't marry him for his status and love him for himself. But somehow, I think that she wants to marry him for his status. Makes me wonder. He better get himself lined up with a Chicago/NYC law firm so he can pamper his young wife to be and raise his children.

I hope he keeps his job but I don't think it isn't going to happen.

5:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Maybe Mitt Romney and his supporters made phone calls to Dancing with the Stars hotline so Marie could be in the final four LOL! They are mormon.

5:34 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sean Taylor #21 Rest In Peace.

5:46 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Karl Rove: "Congress Pushed Bush to War Prematurely" (see HuffingtonPost)

6:21 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Bossip » Archive » Quote of The Day: Michelle Obama

Karl Rove: Still full of shit, still lying, always a liar, covering his ass, blood on his hands!

7:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Raw Story | Blackwater lawsuit says order ignored

I knew it! Fools, dangerous to themselves and others. How many of our troops are on them and how many cops? Shut down that damn school!

7:49 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Clout Street - local political coverage | Chicago Tribune | Blog

Another one that needs busted for selling his country out.

7:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chicago Tribune | Blog | Voice of the People

Greedy hospital.

8:08 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Is he running as a male, white, Irish guy from Flatbush?

8:22 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chicagoans need to check out their local scene. You've got a Blackwater school in your own backyard training "civilian law enforcement", whatever that means. I think it will mean privatization of law enforcement. You've got 1 in 10 public high school students doing military training in school. A new class of military drones drawn from the poor and minorities? I wonder if highly academically oriented high schools like New Trier and the affluent neighborhood schools participate by 10%. Then you've got tasering like the rest of the country. The last one I read about in Chicago was an 80 year old (mentally impaired?) woman wielding a hammer whom a group of able bodied men in blue apparently couldn't subdue without a taser. Oh yes, they were checking up on her welfare.

8:44 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Fitz is not running for anything. His skills are very different and incompatible with being a politician.

9:18 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

a politician..or anything else.

He is an impostor.

9:55 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He's not an imposter. But his persona is a media creation. And, yeah, I'm talking to you, Randall. RS, surely you can figure out a better use for your JD.

10:26 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sanctum Peter cottium, deus in reunium, hippitus, hoppitus, reus domine.

In suus viatorium, lepus in resanctum, hippitus, hoppitus, deus domine.

10:28 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said... - Tucker Carlson Brings Prostitutes To Meet Ron Paul

Tucker's Tushies.

Go M/M!

10:36 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Raw Story | Embattled immigration chief went to fake questioner at first press conference

Meyer? Meyer, Julie---now where have I heard that name before? Oh, yeah. Dime a dozen's relatives.

10:41 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sidney Sheinberg - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Another surprising connection that one can read between the lines. Talk about frauds and evil.

Game over.

11:03 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The spin that Randall and others have spewed forth has piqued my interest in people of real accomplishment. I met this woman last week and was blown away by her bio. Cleanse your palate below:

Ebonne Ruffins is a joint degree graduate student at Medill School of Journalism and Northwestern University School of Law. She is a Phi Beta Kappa alumna of Spelman College in Atlanta, Georgia and she spent the fall of 2005 studying abroad at Universidad Panamericana (an affiliate of Harvard University) in Guadalajara, Mexico.
She is a former competitive swimmer, active in her community, an avid reader of Spanish autobiographies and an ice cream addict.

7:08 AM  
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