Thursday, November 27, 2008

My Fellow Americans...

...Happy Thanksgiving to us all!

Get stuffed!

...heee heee heee!

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Thanks Your Honor...

...wish I'd been there:

From Seattle Times article:

Richard Sanders, a justice on the Washington State Supreme Court, has never
been one to shy from controversy or blunt language. And last week, as he sat at
a Federalist Society dinner and listened to Attorney General Michael Mukasey,
Sanders reached his tipping point.

After listening to Mukasey defend the Bush administration's
counterterrorism policies — its detainment practices at Guantánamo Bay, its
interpretation of the Geneva Conventions' reach — Sanders stood and shouted
"Tyrant! You are a tyrant!"'


Here's Grover Groovin'... only he can do:

On CNBC this morning, Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist
claimed that the current financial crisis facing America is rooted in the fact
that Democrats took control of the House and Senate in 2006. “The economy’s in the
present state
because when the Democrats took the House and Senate in 2006,
you knew that those tax increases were going to come in 2010,” said

...Yeah right.


Can't Keep A Good...

...wing-nut down:

Lawsuits over the inclusion of their names on state general-election
ballots popped up around the country and were quickly dispensed with by local
courts. But two challengers have pursued their cases to the Supreme

Pennsylvania lawyer Philip Berg claims that the circumstances of Obama's
birth are vague and that he may have been born in Kenya. Obama's mother, Berg
asserts, later flew to Hawaii to register the birth.

Leo Donofrio, a New Jersey lawyer, contends that election officials in his
state failed to ensure that only legally qualified candidates were placed on the
ballot. Obama may have been born in the United States, Donofrio argues, but
"natural born" status depends on both parents being American citizens. Obama's
father was Kenyan.

The justices are unlikely to take up these cases for a host of reasons, not
the least of which is the invitation to overturn the results of an election in
which more than 66 million Americans voted for Obama. An equally high hurdle is
the issue of whether Berg or Donofrio have the legal right to sue claiming a
violation of the Constitution.

In dismissing Berg's complaint, a federal judge in Pennsylvania found that
he failed to meet the basic test required for sustaining a lawsuit, because he
couldn't show how the inclusion of Obama's name on the ballot would cause him --
apart from others -- some particular harm. Berg's stake, the judge said, "is no
greater and his status no more differentiated than that of millions of other

Hat Tip to Huffpo!

The comments are hilarious. Especially "You can't fix stupid". of rocks anyone?


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