08-27-2007, 06:18 PM
^^--Not sure about that--^
...but here is a list of lawyer jokes:
Q: What can a goose do, a duck can't, and a lawyer should?
A: Stick his bill up his ass.
08-27-2007, 07:41 PM
Speedy gonzales did his part by firing those incompetent lawyers. Now he can leave his job.
08-27-2007, 07:58 PM
They were not incompetant (at least more competant than countless others Bush appointed and who got his continued support :devil:), they were federal attornies who didn't walk the Bush/Gonzales line-I guess their noses weren't brown enough. I say good ridence to the man who said torture of non-US citizens was consitutional, and therefore OK. He really deseves much worse than just having to resign....
:dance: Goodbye Gonzales :dance:
08-28-2007, 06:53 PM
Tom Flocco...is a guy with a site:
...and whether he's Thomas J. Flocco, the head of Jim Beam Brands, world-wide...he's always busting Government's chops. His hyperlink line title: --==Dead, fired attorneys' Medicard fraud probe linked to White House==--
Senator McCaskill knew about dead attorneys before Senate Gonzales hearing
According to Medical Supply Chain CEO Samuel Lipari who is suing hospital supply company Novation LLC, Missouri Democratic Senator Claire C. McCaskill knew that seven U.S. attorneys—two assistants who turned up dead, three assistants who resigned or were fired and two U.S. attorneys who were also forced out—had something in common: all seven were investigating Medicare and Medicaid fraud in the United States healthcare system involving overcharging for hospital supplies and medical fees amounting to billions of dollars in fraud.
Lipari’s suit against Novation has ties to the White House in that the President’s brother Jeb Bush joined the board of directors of Novation member Tenet Healthcare on April 12, 2007 and George W’s cousin’s company wrote software for hospital equipment global reference numbers, raising questions as to why Jeb Bush has become associated with a company involved in multiple lawsuits and fraud probes.
^^--first two paragraphs, I believe in intellectual property rights...--^^
^^--link to story, (personally, I haven't read it...)--^^
No news in something always happening in D.C. that the public never hears about. But that it's about dead attorneys. Well, I mean apparently about...