Skip to comments.Who's your turkey for 2005? (Not to be confused with hoosier turkey...)
Posted on 11/23/2005 7:04:41 PM PST by Libloather
The biggest idiot. The largest doofus. The numbnut that can't be ignored. The goofball that performs beyond anyone's imagination...
My nominee - someone who constantly reminds us all just how corrupt the impeached *Crinton administration was, is, and continues to be...
Berger Is Fined For Smuggling Classified Papers
Wahington Post Online
Friday, September 9, 2005
By Carol D. Leonnig
A federal judge yesterday ordered former national security adviser Samuel R. "Sandy" Berger to pay a $50,000 fine and give up his security clearance for three years as the penalty for smuggling classified terrorism documents out of the National Archives in 2003.
The sentence was much more severe than the $10,000 fine that Justice Department prosecutors and Berger's attorneys had jointly proposed after Berger pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge. But Magistrate Judge Deborah A. Robinson said the punishment, which also included two years of probation and 100 hours of community service, would more "sufficiently reflect the seriousness of the offense."
Sandy Berger Facing New Charges
Thursday, Oct. 6, 2005
Less than a month after he was sentenced for stealing and destroying top national security documents, former Clinton National Security Advisor Sandy Berger has been charged with violating the terms of his probation.
Virginia police say the top Clinton aide was nabbed for reckless driving on Sept. 10 after he was clocked doing 88 miles-per-hour in a 55-mile zone on Interstate 66, a major highway going into Washington.
On Wednesday, Berger appeared before U.S. District Magistrate Deborah Robinson, the same judge who sentenced him in the theft case two days before the speeding incident.
Judge Robinson told the court that because Berger's new crime had violated the terms of his probation, she's considering increasing his sentence.
Before his latest brush with the law, Berger was ordered to pay a $50,000 fine, perform 100 hours of community service and spend two years on probation.
So many good choices. I'll have to go with Gov Blanco.
Every stinking liberal; but I guess my choice would go with Sandy Burgler.
The entire Landreiu clan plus Blank-O...Vote early and OFTEN! They all get my vote.
(I did see a wild tom turkey on the way home from town today.....At least one was missed by the hunters.)
I'll make mine a turducken: and nominate Blanco, Nagin, and Landrieu.
The lovely and talented Cindy Al-Sheehan of course. (no pic. I would not pollute my computer that way)
Whoa! What about the Swift Boat's favorite "reporting for duty?"
He was on TV telling everyone how he "served" on a jury..
was elected (hold your breath!).. foreman! And declined a personal injury case wait..wait..
AGAINST the City of Boston!!
he's also planning to ride bikes with one of the juror's with whom he "connected"... Tour de FRANCE, et. al!
You can't make this shit up!
(Bolton excepted...he's ours.)
3) Joe Wilson
2) Ronnie Earle
1) Jimmy Carter
I could go on but it's Thanksgiving ;o)
Dick Durbin for Turkey of the Year
Howard "Eric Von Zipper" Dean, for the Flaming Pig.
Tim Russert -- the liar. After his misuse of Powell's quote on MTP two weeks ago. Sissy Chrissy Mathews, just because he has gone off the deep end.
Congressman Murtha, our disgraceful PA Congressman.
and I could go on and on and on and on and on
Sorry, too many to pick to be fair. :)
Yeah. I'll go with Berger.
Ya'll already got all the good ones!
I guess I'll stick with Ronnie Earle though.
Aaron Broussard and the lying MSM during Katrina.
"A federal judge yesterday ordered former national security adviser Samuel R. "Sandy" Berger to pay a $50,000 fine and give up his security clearance for three years.."
Way back in 1967, I had to sign various documents authorizing the Navy to conduct investigations into my background preparatory to obtaining a Top Secret Crypto security clearance. A few years later, I had to sign a document stating that if I disclosed ANY information during the ensuing ten years, I was subject to permanent loss of my security clearance, imprisonment, fines and whatever.
My point is that this turd, Burglar, stole things much more sensitive than what I had access to and he gets this crummy, lightweight punishment?!
We are with you on that one...McCain.
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