October 11, 2008

Could Patrick Fitzgerald End Up Prosecuting Obama?

Yes, that Patrick Fitzgerald (of Plamegate fame).

Word is that Tony Rezko is singing like a canary - and his lyrics are causing heartburn for Barack Obama.

How ironic would this be? For over a year, those cretins posting at various left-wing blogs were flogging the Plame story as if it were Watergate only to have it essentially fizzle out - killing forever their dreams of impeachment.

If this develops and Fitzgerald becomes "Obama's bane" how will the lefty kook fringe react?

Predictably, of course.


Posted by Gary at October 11, 2008 09:26 AM | TrackBack

As much as I'd love to see Obama tossed out of this election on his ear, I have my doubts. All throughout this election cycle I've kept hearing about the latest theory of an impending disaster for The One, from the whole stupid birth certificate flap to this, to the point where I'll believe it when I see it.

Posted by: Boy Named Sous at October 11, 2008 11:55 AM

To the left, Fitzgerald will now go from being a courageous prosecutor to an overzealous one, trying to find crimes where none exist. That is, if he still has a job come Jan. 22, 2009.

Posted by: rbj at October 11, 2008 02:32 PM

It's Fitzmas all over agian!

Posted by: Stephen Macklin at October 11, 2008 04:34 PM


Posted by: twolaneflash at October 12, 2008 10:32 AM

Not holding breath. The Water-Carrier Brigade for Obama looks like coolies building The Great Wall. This communist cabal has pulled out even the semblance of being covert, so self-assured are they of victory over America. The Big-Money Media are carefully crafting their stories for Obama, even the "conservative" media is hedging its bet. Fox ran a split-screen story on ACORN with the banner reading "Voter Fraud", while they showed John McCain at a rally on the right screen. Someone at Fox purposely, subliminally, stupidly connected John McCain with "Voter Fraud". That will confuse a few voters. May as well try to stop the tides.

Posted by: twolaneflash at October 12, 2008 10:50 AM