Sunday, October 23, 2005

'Tis the Season for Indictments....

'Tis the Season for Indictments- Prissy site FIXED


Prissy is doing lot's of hands on stuff this week for anti-war military families. We intend to let some Democrats know we hold them responsible too, for the lack of a plan in Iraq.

A Prissy Patriot reader reminded me about this just released book, documenting the very likely election fraud-which occurred in the Ohio 2004 November election.

This book was carefully written by Ohio attorneys, Dr. Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman-they care. This book has changed minds of those who said there were no election problems... Prissy gives them both high marks for integrity and loving the Constitution. Keep in mind readers; if Dubya and Dick did not take Ohio, then they did not win...

About the book: How the GOP stole America's 2004 election and is rigging 2008, by Bob Fitrakis and Harvey Wasserman: $12 (which is cost-not profit)-

The "Woodward & Bernstein of the 2004 Election"-- Rev. Jesse Jackson A Special Investigative Report Revealing Massive Voter Theft, Fraud and Illegalities in Ohio's Presidential Balloting The theft of the 2004 election has been catalogued, footnoted and thoroughly documented in more than 180 bullet points compiled by the Ohio-based investigative reporters in their shocking new compendium. The special digest may serve as the touchstone for all future coverage of the 2004 campaign and vote count in the lead-up to 2008. For more information about Dr. Fitrakis, view his bio in the Columns section of this website. For more information about Mr. Wasserman, view his bio in the Columns section of this website.

When do you suppose the indictments will begin to come down? Will "Merry Fitzmas" arrive this week? Reporter Wayne Madsen says Tuesday or Wednesday...Prissy will be posting it within minutes of Prosecutor Fitzgerald giving the grand announcement. Someone who is familiar with Mr. Fitzgerald says, "Fitzgerald was born for this role."

Indeed, Prissy will send him a birthday card-as it should be celebrated as national holiday when this is over. From what Prissy has read and based on experience of working with courts and police in the past, she is breathing easier knowing the kind of person who is in charge of this investigation. Let us not consider the what if's...thankfully he is NOT one of them...

Prissy thinks the following is a worthwhile read-from Prissy's Inbox:


As always we feature the action link first, this one to call for the impeachment of George Bush

There is a storm of historic proportions headed for the United States, one that will make Hurricane Wilma (also en route) look like a small splash in the pond by comparison. It's been building and gathering strength in the increasingly hot waters of the Special Counsel's office for almost two years, and in a matter of days it may lay waste to the entire political infrastructure of Washington, D.C., from one end to the other.

We start with the understanding that the crime of the century (so far) has taken place in Iraq. Lies and forged evidence duped the American people into waging preemptive war against a country that posed no threat to us -- all for the cynical and greedy purpose of enriching a handful of the Bush administration's closest cronies. In the process, over 100,000 people have been senselessly murdered and maimed, including many thousands of our own service people. Hundreds of billions of dollars have been looted from the treasuries of two countries, mostly our own. Even worse, many believe that the attack of 9/11 was not only foreseen by the inner circle of our government, but that orders for a deliberate "stand-down" allowed it to occur. Why? So that the horrific resulting tragedy would justify all that followed.

The magnitude of these crimes is so monumental that their perpetrators were obsessed with suppressing any evidence of it. They ruthlessly smeared all critics, purging and intimidating any dissenting voices. For them the treasonous acts of exposing (and thereby destroying) one of our most critical intelligence assets (a front company secretly working to prevent the spread of WMD), were just another day's collateral damage. Having lied successfully for so long, having corrupted their mainstream corporate media lap dogs, and having made eunuchs of many in the "opposition" party, they considered themselves unassailable. Such arrogance has seldom been equaled.

What they did not count on was Patrick Fitzgerald. The letter which appointed him as Special Counsel granted to him the "authority of the Attorney General . . . independent of the supervision or control of any officer of the Department." Careful to confirm the extent of his mandate, he further inquired and was advised that "[It] is plenary and includes the authority to investigate and prosecute violations of any federal criminal laws related to the underlying alleged unauthorized disclosure, as well as federal crimes committed in the course of, and with intent to interfere with, your investigation, such as perjury, obstruction of justice, destruction of evidence, and intimidation of witnesses; to conduct appeals arising out of the matter being investigated and/or prosecuted . . ."

"Plenary" means "absolute and unqualified." In a word, Fitzgerald has all the power of the attorney general, the top law enforcement officer of the federal government himself, to pursue the facts wherever they may lead. It therefore appears he now possesses his own authority, and cannot be legally removed from his position, even by Bush. He has his own operating budget too, direct from the GAO.

For the criminal purposes of the Bush administration, Patrick Fitzgerald is their worst nightmare come true. He is a career prosecutor with a reputation for being not only "frighteningly" brilliant but fearless, and with a driving passion for determining the truth, their most mortal enemy. Indeed, the fastest way to get Fitzgerald's fur up is to try to lie to him as a witness.

See, he's a workaholic already, and liars just make him work harder. And if you've committed a federal crime like maybe . . . oh gee, maybe like perjury . . . says an old attorney friend, "Pat Fitzgerald's gonna get ya." Oh, and did we mention that he always goes for the person at the top of the conspiracy?

For those who are still trying to get their minds around the possible indictment of Rove and Libby, now a near certainty, consider that no one in the Bush camp is capable of telling the truth under any circumstances. As for Bush himself, one of his Harvard Business School professors said that Dubya was "famous" in his class for being a "pathological" liar. Bush has known all along who the leakers were, and he's been lying all along. Fitzgerald interviewed Bush for over an hour, and it's unlikely that he told the truth in any respect. Bad move, George. Fitzie don't play that. But wait, you say; that interview wasn't under oath. Try telling that to Martha Stewart who just got out of prison from her conviction for deceiving an investigator. Cindy Sheehan and Casey Sheehan-American Heroes

Likewise with Dick Cheney. Even if two of his bag men had not cut deals with Fitzgerald already. And as for those who did testify untruthfully to the grand jury under oath, ask Li'l Kim what heinous lie she told to keep her in federal prison for a year. All she did was deny that she knew somebody that she did, in fact, know.

So let's put it together. We have a president who seems unable to tell the truth. We have an independent prosecutor of immaculate integrity who will not tolerate a lie. The INESCAPABLE conclusion is that Bush will be indicted, along with each and every member of his administration who participated in this. There has been talk on the web of 22 indictments. Rove and Libby -- (that's two), add two for Hannah and Wurmser (already cooperating but not given immunity), plus Bush and Cheney -- that gets us up to six . . . why don't we just say conservatively for the purposes of the pool . . . that 12 people will be indicted.

Besides perjury (and false statements), Fitzgerald has conspiracy and obstruction of justice to pick from as well, and those are just a couple of the technical crimes. Remember that he has the authority to pursue this investigation wherever it leads, and he is driven to do just that. He was born for this. Among other things, he requested from the Italian authorities the files on the forging of the Niger documents themselves.

That was what Joe Wilson's trip was all about. And why they were so compelled to "out" his wife in the first place in their clumsy attempt to discredit him. What do you think the chances are that the most zealous prosecutor they could have appointed won't get to the bottom of that one, too? He may even expose what really happened on 9/11. Wouldn't that be the "coup de grace"?

So what happens next? What happens if Bush tries to preemptively pardon everyone, INCLUDING himself? Even Nixon wasn't that shameless. But don't put it past Bush to trigger the greatest constitutional crisis of all time. There are a couple of wrinkles involved here, beyond even the public outroar that would result. The constitution states that the president has the power to pardon "except in Cases of Impeachment." That's why it is important that you act now to demand the impeachment of Bush for all the high crimes and misdemeanors that he has committed already. In the end it may be the only way to restrain him.

If Bush tries to pardon himself AND cling to power, expect winds of historic intensity for change. And in the center of it all there will be a vacuum of power. For those politicians who have shown no courage so far, this will be their last chance! Don't be surprised to see the conspirators running to Roberts, their latest crony appointment, to try to find a way out. And eternal shame on any member of the senate who lets that one slide without demanding each and every document that could help reveal the truth.

Hot Links;_ylt=A0SOwk1uHFtD6kYAMABg.3QA;_ylu=X3oDMTA4b3FrcXQ0BHNlYwMxNjkz Poll shows Iraqis back attacks on UK, US forces- Yahoo News LONDON (Reuters) - Forty-five percent of Iraqis believe attacks on U.S. and British troops are justified, according to a secret poll said to have been commissioned by British defense leaders and cited by The Sunday Telegraph. Less than 1 percent of those polled believed that the forces were responsible for any improvement in security, according to poll figures. Eighty-two percent of those polled said they were "strongly opposed" to the presence of the troops.

Prissy thinks Yahoo should have said, "Majority of Iraqis Want Americans OUT and Half Think Shooting Occupiers is OK with them.” It isn't OK with Prissy, nor is it OK our troops are in Iraq...Dear Iraqis, Welcome to American democracy; where the "elected officials" do not go with a majority opinion...unless corporations and cronies say they can. It is not supposed to work like that. We are working on bringing that back to the founding Fathers' intent...;_ylt=Aj5o0MmmgQRtYbuVDb19IN.s0NUE;_ylu=X3oDMTA2Z2szazkxBHNlYwN0bQ-- Frist: Stock Probe May Affect 2008 Plans Lawyers in CIA-leak case say charges possible this week-INVESTIGATION EXPANDED Lawyers said Fitzgerald has sent several signals in recent days that he is likely to bring indictments in the case.

This isn't new news to Prissy Patriot readers. We have been waiting for quite some time now..... Indictment Is Easy Way Out For Bush Officials-Info Wars

To see the likes of Rove and Cheney skulking off back into the undergrowth, undoubtedly with massive paychecks will be no victory for the truth movement at all. These men should be held up to account for multiple illegal corporate wranglings, for high treason for the Coup de Tat on 9/11 and for crimes against humanity due to their involvement in the illegal and unjust war in Iraq.

Allowing them to get away with simple perjury over the Plame leak case will allow them to return back to what they know best, how to influence Government policy and advance the elite agenda whilst NOT in power. And Whilst many will wait around the front so to speak, cheering and celebrating this "victory", Rove et al will simply sneak out of the back door.

This is why Americans must demand their officials impeach the officials responsible for all of the lying that went on. It is the only way to get rid of the attitude in politics that bilking the American people and the world is OK, if you don't get caught. Rove and others like him should be banned from politics as part of their sentence. As Prissy has said before, if Pete Rose can be banned from baseball, they can ban all of these scoundrels from politics forever, too...

Quotes of the Day

"They want the federal government controlling Social Security like it's some kind of federal program."- George W. Bush in a debate in St. Charles, Mo., Nov. 2, 2000

"The President has kept all the promises he intended to keep."” Clinton aide George Stephanopoulos.

"Richard Nixon is a no good, lying bastard. He can lie out of both sides of his mouth at the same time, and if he ever caught himself telling the truth, he'd lie just to keep his hand in." Harry S. Truman.

"It is true that liberty is precious; so precious that it must be carefully rationed." -Vladimir Lenin

"The truth is that men are tired of liberty." -Benito Mussolini.

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