Daily Archives: August 17, 2010

Blago plays “Double Jeopardy”

Now is a good time for me to bitch about how the courts have misinterpreted the “double jeopardy” clause of the U. S. Constitution.  I don’t like Blago. I wish he would just go away. He’s a Democrat, and a lying, cheating one at that. But I digress. Most Democrats are that.

But what I am is a Constitutional literalist.  What part of  “nor shall any person be subject for the same offence to be twice put in jeopardy of life or limb” don’t you understand?

Sure, all you (us) law and order types out there are smiling and licking your chops because, though the jury let Blago off with a wrist slap, at least that loser of a prosecutor can re-try him on the EXACT SAME CHARGES that the jury was dead-locked on in the first trial.  Why? Why isn’t that “double jeopardy”?  Because some dumbass judges in the past decided that when the jury is deadlocked and fails to reach a verdict, somehow that does not constitute “double jeopardy.” 

Whooooweeeee! That’s great, you (we) law and order types might say.  Ugh, unless we were the ones on trial. And unless we were the ones who were not guilty, and who were being charged again on trumped-up charges. 

I am not saying Blago is innocent. I don’t really care. Remember, we are conservatives who believe in principle. I don’t want the  full weight of the government to be allowed to come down on me, or anybody else, twice.  You had your chance you fat assed incompetent prosecutor. You lost. Or at least you did not win. Now stop. 

Do  you know how stressful it must be to be in Blago’s shoes? Do you know how expensive it is to defend yourself against such charges? Stop and think if it were you instead of some dumbass s Democrat crooked governor.  Would you want the government to be able to prosecute you all over again?

John Doe

Why the left supports the ground zero mosque

Let’s face it, the left is neither concerned nor “tolerant” of religious accommodations when it comes to Christians.  The left does not want college Christian groups to exclude as members those who  hold views that are abhorrent to Christians. The left fights new churches from being built with frequent regularity.  Or they just could not care less when others oppose them for so-called “traffic” and “congestion” concerns.  So why is the support of the ground zero Mosque suddenly a litmus test for liberals? Why are those of us in the majority who oppose it compared to Germans who said nothing while Hitler slowly took power, and those in the minority who support the mosque commended for their “principle?”  [Ha! That made me laugh, as if a leftist ever had a principle in his entire life.]

Because our first Moslem President made it an issue.    Let’s face it, Barack Hussein Soetoro Obama is a Mooselimb.  I’ve long doubted that he is a Christian.  1389 Blog has “more evidence that Obama is a Muslim.”


You would never hear him come out in favor of Westboro Church being allowed to build a church near a faggot bar in down town San Fran.  Nor would he support a white supremicist church being built in Harlem, or Timmy McVeigh’s church being built next to The Murray Building.  He did it because he is a Muslim.  He. Has. No. Principles.  Now, if George W. Bush stood up and agreed with Obammy, he would be acting out of principle.  Stupid, misguided principle, but principle none the less.

And now that Obama has stepped in this steaming pile of shit mess all his little lackeys in the media have to try to change public opinion in order to make the Obamameister’s stupid decision to get involved not a liability to the democrap party in general.

I heard some Democrat mouthpiece on a t.v. show trying to compare the building of the mosque to allowing black people to sit anywhere on the bus except in the front (I’m paraphrasing, can’t even remember where I saw it).  He went on to say that this is America, we don’t tell people where they can put their church. 

First, the man is obviously ignorant or lying. We do tell people where they can have their church.  Ever heard of zoning laws?  Second, even if the government cannot legally prevent a Mosque from being built in a certain location because of the First Amendment, that does not apply to individuals.  In fact, I have an absolute right–which is supposedly guaranteed by that same First Amendment–to oppose the Mosque being built so close to ground zero.  In America we call it Freedom of Speech.  

If those flea-ridden camel jockeys really want to get along, they will recognize that a vast majority of Americans oppose this Mosque in this location.  They will choose to move the location not because they are forced to by law but because they voluntarily did so in order to avoid controversy.  But people who supported 9/11 and who secretly hate this country and all that it stands for will build it right there come hell or high water.  And Obama and his lackeys will try to justify it. 

 John Doe

UPDATE:  HA HA HA HA!!  Of 2,949 voters at The Daily Beast (a bunch of liberals and faggots read that), at the end of an article about how rotten it was for Republicans to oppose the ground zero Mosque, only 51% supported the mosque.  Maybe all those sheeples who call themselves liberals and progressives do have a shred of common sense left in their AIDS-ridden bodies.

theblogprof wrong on football practice

I admire theblogprof but I think he is wrong criticizing the football team that is practicing at night to allow its majority of Moslem team members to fast for Ramadan. 

I believe that we ought to make reasonable accommodations to peoples’ religious beliefs whenever possible.  I used to get up at 3:00 am to practice hockey in Flint, Michigan because we had one hockey rink for all the local high schools and the semi-pro Generals.  So we practiced whenever we could get ice time.  It did not kill me, and in fact it was like an adventure. 

We used to (before the progressives on the U.S. Supreme Court banned it) have Baccalaureate service at school before graduation, and student lead prayers, moments of silence (he he), bible studies etc.    Hell, if I were the coach of the team, and most of my students were Mooselimbs, I’d do the same thing.  So I have no problem with them practicing late at night.

That said, I agree with theblogprof completely that many in this country bend over backwards to accommodate Mooselimbs while going to the opposite extreme to make life difficult for Christians.  And I too will resist to the death the imposition of Sharia law in this country.  But this ain’t that.  I think this is only a story because of the ground zero mosque brouhaha (love that word). 

I still love ya bro, in a manly man sort of way, as Brother Bobbelvedere might say. 

John Doe

Whom do you most admire on the opposite side of the political spectrum from you?

No fair if you are Pub just picking the most conservative Democrat, or vice versa.  

I admire Bill Clinton. He is apparently a genius, with generally marvelous political instincts. He was not afraid to take advice from a Republican.  His triangulation strategy, while not true leadership, was pretty damn smart, and much more popular than the idiocy of the Obama Administration’s socialist policies. (Okay, Bubba was an idiot when it came to international issues.)

Another choice that might shock my regular readers, I admire The Ragin’ Cajun, James Carville.  If I was in a political fight for my life I’d want him in my foxhole. While most of the policies that he supports are idiotic, I believe that  he truly desires to do what is best for the little guy.  He does not look at policy to see what is best for the fat cats, but how it will affect the common man. Sadly, he doesn’t see that what seems to be a good thing for the little guy (like raising the minimum wage, increasing taxes on corporations, easy unlimited unemployment benefits, etc.) usually is counter-productive to the little guy.  He is not a knee-jerk liberal who blindly accepts liberal dogma, and is not afraid to be honest.  Besides all that, he has marvelous choice when it comes to women.  I think he and I could easily become drinking buddies.

 Believe it or not, I admire Jon Stewart.  Smart, very quick on his feet, if he were interviewing me I’d think of a brilliant retort to one of his asinine positions, oh, about ten minutes too late.  He is a genius in setting up straw men arguments for conservative positions and then shooting them full of holes.  I wish we had someone exactly like him on our side.

Am I missing anyone?  And any liberals such as Gramps want to share any conservatives that they admire?

John Doe