Daily Archives: January 13, 2009

Changes in my lifetime re “separation of church and state”

I was a little godless  heathen when I first went to public school.  In kindergarten they taught us about the first pilgrims and Thanksgiving. We sang “Oh little town of Bethlehem” and learned that Christmas was about the birth of Christ. [My favorite activity was playing with the huge blocks, and even then I knew I was attracted to girls…] Continue reading

A true story from law school

I took an elective for one credit which required me on my own to write a “Law Review type of article.”  I wasn’t on Law Review, I finished just out of the top 10% in 1L and didn’t try to write myself on. So this was for personal “See I told you I could have if only I had tried”ification. Continue reading

Truman takes over for deceased FDR, immediately releases all Jap and Kraut POWs!

The new President admitted that it might not be the most prudent thing to do, but he was beholden to his nutty liberal supporters, so he felt that he had no choice. The new President said this at a news conference: “Well, probably most of those little Japs won’t rejoin their units. They seem like such nice guys.  And the Nazi Krauts, well, they are just so clean, orderly and handsome! It is against American traditions and values to hold people indefinitely without a trial and a right to a jury and the right to have a lawyer defend them, and to confront the witnesses against them. Why, heck, this war has been raging world-wide for years now–who can say how long it might last? I say just let them go back home. Their homocidal leaders will let them live in peace and not rejoin the war. Trust me on this one.”  

Barry O wants us to “trust him on this one.”  Even Al Jazeera has picked up on it.

And the following is the Pentagon fighting back. We still have some willing to stand up to the maniac who would release these POWs while the war is still raging!

“WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The Pentagon said on Tuesday that 61 former detainees from its military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, appear to have returned to terrorism since their release from custody. Continue reading

Mason Wolf resume should include WEENIE

Who posts their resume on-line? Mason Wolf does. hire mason wolf dot com /resume? Bwaaahaaahaaa!  I notice it doesn’t say what a weenie he is, and how he is a liberal punk who discriminates against conservative bloggers (who are smarter, more learned and better looking than he is…) in favor of his faggot liberal buddies.  AND WHO THE HELL PUTS THIS ON THEIR RESUME???

  • “I can solve a Rubik’s cube within 3 minutes”  [Can you say unprofessional, baaaaby?]   Continue reading
  • Raccoon: Its whats for dinner

    I’m sorry, but one of my favorite books when I was a young boy was “Rascal” by Sterling North (great book, if you haven’t read it).  I had to kill one once, it was in the middle of the day and he was in my strawberry patch and snarling and refusing to leave. I thought he was rabid, I went inside and he never left. I came back with my shotgun and he convinced me he was rabid, so I kilt him. Felt bad for days. Continue reading

    Bush has a man-crush on Obama

    In another obvious “I looked the man in the eye, I got a sense of his soul” moment, the Great Judger of Men’s Characters strikes again.  After their meetings, GWB found Obama “engaging” and declared: “I liked him.”  How about just saying that he is a thug from Chicago-land who you can’t trust further than you can throw him? You have zero cred left, George. Leave. And STFU.  And let the rest of us hope Obama doesn’t turn out to be another Putin.

    The BCS computer has declared Germany the winner

    After determining the Big-12 championship game participants, the BCS computers were put to work on other major contests and today the BCS declared Germany to be the winner of World War II.

    “Germany put together an incredible number of victories beginning with the annexation of Austria and the Sudetenland and continuing on into conference play with defeats of Poland, France, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, Belgium and the Netherlands. Their only losses came against the US and Russia; however considering their entire body of work–including an incredibly tough Strength of Schedule–our computers deemed them worthy of the #1 ranking.” Continue reading