Wednesday, November 18, 2009
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"There are countless horrible things happening all over the world and horrible people prospering, but we must never allow them to disturb our equanimity or deflect us from our sacred duty to sabotage and annoy them whenever possible." -Auberon Waugh
What makes anyone think that Obama's comment was anything but deliberate?
Matt: Quite possible. The guy is, after all, a lawyer; he should know that a comment like that from the President of the United States would most likely be seen (certainly by the defendants' attorneys) as prejudicial.
Guilty as hell, free as a bird; ain't this a great country.
Deliberate or tone deaf. These guys are not going to skate on this. The same thing happened with Nixon and Charles Manson. Manson even showed a copy of the LA Times headline stating that Nixon had proclaimed Manson guilty. In these cases the living Constitution gambit comes into play. That argument goes something like: If we want to keep on living we will not let a mass murderer go free.
Obama can't figure out how he got the bullc$@p on his shoes after wandering through the pasture. Of course, someone has to point out to him that it was a pasture rather than some idealic meadow.
Hollywood is missing a great opportunity for the next Clueless movie,"Clueless In The White House".
Sign the Execution Order and save us all a ton of money. Now that would be a stimulus I could support.
Don't miss out on the Obama Chia pet. What could be a better gift for your favorite congressman or senator!
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