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Thursday, October 27, 2005


Let's start with speculation - Report: Libby to be indicted Friday

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WASHINGTON, DC, United States (UPI) -- Associates of Vice President Dick Cheney`s chief of staff, Lewis 'Scooter' Libby expect Libby will be indicted Friday, the New York Times reported.

Citing lawyers in the federal investigation of the leak of the name of a CIA agent, the newspaper said Libby was likely to be indicted on a charge of making false statements to a grand jury.

The Times said President Bush`s top political adviser and deputy chief of staff, Karl Rove, will not be charged Friday, but will remain under investigation. Citing people briefed officially about the case, the Times said special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald was likely to extend the term of the federal grand jury beyond its scheduled expiration on Friday.

Fitzgerald has reportedly been focusing on possible perjury charges against Rove.

Citing sources, CNN reported Friday that Fitzgerald summarized his case before the grand jury Wednesday and met with the U.S. District Court`s chief justice afterward.

Fitzgerald`s investigation into the leak of Valerie Plame`s name to reporters has gripped Washington and kept the White House tight-lipped and on edge.

Preparations for a Friday announcement were a closely held secret in Fitzgerald`s office, and the Times reported a flurry of behind-the-scenes discussions left open the possibility of last-minute surprises -- possibly even new disclosures in a case that has been the subject of much speculation for the past two years.

Copyright 2005 by United Press International

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“By referring to the 'war on terror' as he does, the president can still wrap the nation's troubled feelings about Iraq in its more certain response to the ...
MarketWatch: Rachel Koning: Plame charges could roil markets - Dollar sentiment at risk if White House aides indicted

“Speculation has mounted that formal charges could be announced Friday by special counsel Patrick Fitzgerald, the final day of a grand jury session.
I. Lewis 'Scooter' Libby, Vice President Dick Cheney's chief of staff, walks out of the West Wing of the White House using crutches Thursday, Oct. 27, 2005, in Washington. Libby and Karl Rove, President Bush's deputy chief of staff, await their fate in the CIA leak probe, after a prosecutor spent three hours before a grand jury that has the power to hand up indictments that could rock the Bush administration.

Karl Rove and I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby are the prime targets of Fitzgerald's investigation, press reports have said. Rove, a long-time political adviser to Bush, is deputy White House chief of staff. Libby is chief of staff for Vice President Dick Cheney.

Any charges could create "political paralysis" at the White House, said Brian Dolan, head of currency research at New Jersey-based trading firm Gain Capital.

Charges would be "detrimental to the dollar, a psychological blow," said Alex Beuzelin, senior market analyst with Ruesch International in Washington. They would distract Bush from important economic issues like high energy prices, patches of slower growth and deficit reduction, he said.

The dollar's year-to-date run may be in jeopardy should confidence in Bush's ability to steer the economy be shaken. ...”

Let's Assume Mister Wilson is not amused.

Robbie Conal strikes again!

The man who brought you the below:

and this:
now brings you this:

Robbie Conal is an American guerilla poster artist noted for his gnarled, grotesque depictions of U.S. political figures of note. He is noted for his use of snipes to distribute his poster art throughout a city overnight. A former hippie, he received his bachelor's degree in fine arts from San Francisco State University in 1968 and his MFA from Stanford University in 1978. He currently lives in the Los Angeles area, where he taught painting at the University of Southern California.

He was the subject of the 1992 documentary Post No Bills. He has also written two books, Art Attack: The Midnight Politics Of A Guerrilla Artist and Artburn, a collection of his work published in the alternative newspaper L.A. Weekly.

In 2004, Conal joined artists Shepard Fairey and Mear One to create a series of "anti-war, anti-Bush" posters for a street art campaign called "Be the Revolution" for the art collective Post Gen.

As you drive through the streets of Los Angeles, you may notice a few posters of George Bush drowning in a flood of skulls and other debris. These posters, titled “Patriot Inaction,” serve to remind the public of the Bush administration and its handling of hurricane Katrina victims. For more information about Robbie Conal's and his work, go to

That's it for now. Forget evil Aunt Harriet for now. Suspect she was a strawman for Bush anyhow. - Sparks


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