Posted by Darth Venomous @ 8:56
Well, Denizens, it’s bowl season, and that means that as a lead-in for this week’s Perfect Football Weekend™ – I got nothin’.
About the only thing really going on in football right now is that…well, here’s the backstory. Back in May, there was a lawsuit filed in federal court against the NFL that claimed that…
the league illegally supplied them with risky narcotics and other painkillers that numbed their injuries for games and led to medical complications down the road.
The lawsuit alleges that the league obtained and administered the drugs without prescriptions and without warning players of their potential side effects, to speed the return of injured players to the field and maximize profits. Players claim that they were never told about broken legs and ankles and instead were fed pills to mask the pain. One says that instead of surgery, he was given anti-inflammatories and skipped practices so he could play in money-making games. And others say that after years of free pills from the NFL, they retired from the league addicted to the painkillers.
Well, I can’t find the link on it, but I was listening to the Ben Ferguson Show on WBAP yesterday on the way to work, and according to Fergie, a judge dismissed the suit.
Okay, let’s get to it. Bowl season starts…
VENOMOUS: Yes, Wizard?
MERLIN: The Core Teams…?
Well, there’s only one – Cincinnati hosts Denver Monday night, and Peyton’s gonna torch the Bengal secondary, and Andy’s probably not gonna look too good against John Fox’s defense; thus, so much for the PFW.
So for the wildcard games, we’re doing Nevada over Louisiana-Lafayette in the New Orleans Bowl (always take the Mountain West team against any Sun Belt team), Utah State over UTEP in the New Mexico Bowl (ditto for the MWC over Conference USA), 22nd-ranked Utah over Colorado State in the
Lost Wages Las Vegas Bowl (the Utes always used to dominate the Rams in the MWC; no reason they shouldn’t continue to), Air Force to run roughshod over Western MIchigan in the Potato Bowl (Western Michigan? Really?) and BigamY U. to cream Memphis Monday night in the Miami Beach Bowl. (The Miami Beach Bowl??? Really???)
We’re back Tuesday or so with the recap. In the meantime…Vicar, have you ever thought about using football tie-ins in your sermons?
Posted by David Hartung @ 11:16
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 21:50
It wasn’t bad enough, Denizens, that the backstabbing bitch Juanita Roberts, cast the tiebreaking vote to uphold a clearly unconstitutional Bambicare, calling it instead a tax, which in itself is also unconstitutional, having originated in the Imperial Socialist Senate. It’s not bad enough that this Queefing Queer-assed Quisling slammed in one of the last nails of this country’s coffin, all but assuring its economic destruction henceforth.
The Obamacare Supreme Court ruling seemed strange. Chief Justice John Roberts’ reasoning was incoherent. The conservative’s dissent read like it was originally meant to be a majority opinion. Now, we know why. According to Jan Crawford of CBS News, John Roberts switched sides in May, withstanding a “one-month campaign” from his conservative colleagues to change his mind.
“I am told by two sources with specific knowledge of the court’s deliberations that Roberts initially sided with the conservatives in this case and was prepared to strike down…the individual mandate,” said Crawford on CBS’ Face the Nation. “But Roberts, I’m told by my sources, changed his views, deciding to instead join with the liberals. There was a one-month campaign to bring Roberts back into the conservative fold, led, ironically, by Anthony Kennedy.”
Juanita…you asshole. You motherfucking son-of-a-crack-whore-bitch.
If this is, in fact, the case, this asswipe Roberts isn’t fit to judge an apple pie contest, much less sit as the Chief Justice on the highest court in the land.
This would basically mean that Bambi’s goons somehow got to him, threatened him (or his family), and intimidated him into changing his vote.
Such a coward is unfit for any public office, much less one so important as Chief Justice. Roberts must be removed
immediately the minute we gain control of the Congress & the White House.
And if it does come out, somehow, that Bambi’s goons did, in fact, have a hand in intimidating Juanita Roberts…that may be what finally causes the fecal material to impact the oscillating cooling device.
You heard it here first.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 9:24
Fox News has just reported that the “individual mandate” portion of Bambicare is constitutional as a tax. John Roberts sided with the leftist pusstards on the decision.
I say now, and for the record – I WILL NOT OBEY THIS.
I am currently covered under my company’s plan. When it goes away – and I guaran-damn-tee you, it will go away – I will not get replacement coverage.
Let me say that again: I will not purchase coverage.
I will not pay any related tax.
I will not pay any penalty.
IRS, you will have to come get me.
If you dare.
Fuck you, Johnita Roberts.
Fuck your wife.
Fuck your kids.
Fuck you, George “Shrubya” Bush, who put the son-of-a-bitch on the Soprano Court in the first fucking place.
And last but not least – fuck the Hell outta you, B. HUSSEIN!!! Obambi.
I. WILL. NOT. OBEY!!!!!
UPDATE: And Denizens, I hate like hell to contradict myself, go hypocritical, make a liar of myself, all that.
But I have no choice. Apologies to the Vicar, the General, Plett, the Lady, La Reina, Mrs. Venomous – everyone.
But as of now – 0930 hours, 6/28/2012 – I am declaring my intention to vote for Willard Mitt Romney for President of the United States of America.
Because, you see, Obambi – I know whose ass to kick, you illegal Kenyan son of a slutty crack whore bitch.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 15:18
Okay, Denizens, I’m getting a report from this blog that the Defense of Marriage Act has been declared unconstitutional…by a bankruptcy court.
This is the only report I’ve seen thus far – Prof. Jacobson doesn’t have it; Michelle doesn’t have it…hell, Drudge doesn’t even have it. Nor do I know the blogger very well, truth be told.
48-hour rule is most assuredly in effect. Stay tuned.
(JDSUPRA) Debtors were legally married under California law prior to the passing of Proposition 8. They filed a joint petition for relief under Chapter 13 of the Bankruptcy Code and the United States Trustee moved to dismiss. In a well reasoned 26 page decision
Well, I dunno how “well-reasoned” it is to go against the will of a majority consisting of seven million California voters – but hey, whatever floats the guy’s boat, hm?
the United States Bankruptcy Court for the Central District of California, Judge Thomas Donovan presiding, held, among other things, that DOMA did not meet the heightened scrutiny standard and would not prevent these two debtors from filing a joint petition and seeking relief as joint debtors under Title 11.
The Leonard article is a lot more in-depth, and is worth the time to read.
What fascinates me, though, is this blurb:
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 17:33
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 10:39
Fox News is reporting that Phaggoty Phred Phelps and his horde of syphilitic inbreds can, indeed, picket soldiers’ funerals.
Like the Travis Tritt (Travis Tritt?) song said, Phaggot Phreddy…the First Amendment can protect you from the government – but it can’t protect you from us.
Ropes, trees, Westboro pussies…y’all know the drill.
Posted by Supreme General Rayegun @ 17:49
This one is also from the Radio 1200 WOAI site. All I gotta say is, GOD BLESSED TEXAS.
At least there is ANOTHER Texan who gets it. Check this out along with me…….
A measure filed in the Texas Legislature would prohibit any foreign legal systems, including the strict Islamic law known as ‘Sharia,’ from being implemented by any Texas court, 1200 WOAI news reports.
“We should not allow our judges to use anything other than the U.S. Constitution or state law to make decision,” said State Rep. Bill Zedler (R-Arlington).
Damn straight. You tell ‘em Bill!
“The court has referred to laws of other countries and to international as instructive for its interpretations of the Eighth Amendment’s prohibition of cruel and unusual punishments,” Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote in the Roper case.
Methinks Justice Kennedy would do well to follow another Texan of yore, who also was a judge. Yes, I’m speaking of none other than Judge Roy Bean. Justice Kennedy, this is the United States of America. If they break the law, they are punished as our laws state, not what some wussified laws of somewhere else or what the United Nitwits general counsel declares. And for the same reason our laws should NOT be wussified because you ACTIVIST judges feel the need to legislate from the bench instead of DOING YOUR JOB. So either do what you’re SUPPOSED to do, or like leftovers gone bad you’ll be thrown out with the rest of the garbage!!
Posted by Supreme General Rayegun @ 17:10
Well, just another reason for that place to fall off into the Pacific Ocean. The nice thing is that maybe all the enviroweenies would fall in the ocean too!
We can hope right?
Read more here, if you really want to.
All I can say is, if you are a conservative GET OUT OF THE STATE NOW!!!! Because God’s wrath IS COMING!!
Posted by David Hartung @ 8:00
When is it time for a state to tell the Feds to go fly a kite?
I am a long time advocate of obeying the Law, even when I think it wrong, but the Idiot Judge’s ruling
today yesterday [Sorry, Dave -DV] in Arizona has come close to causing me to advise the State of Arizona to ignore the ruling, and to enforce the new Law as written. If the Feds won’t take custody of any illegals caught, set up another tent city, and house all illegals there until a resolution is made.
Posted by David Hartung @ 9:00
After giving more thought to the Shirley Sherrod episode, and also considering other actions of our current elected leadership, I have concluded that the Obama administration best resembles a community of simians performing unnatural procreational activities upon an ellipsoid pigskin bladder.
It now appears that the Obama administration wants Ms Sherrod back so badly that they have created a job especially for her. That they are willing to go to such lengths is an indication of just how much egg the Obama clowns have on their faces.
It is to laugh!
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 21:33
Denizens, some of you may recall where I – ah – took a black-robed star-chamber tyrantess (tyrantess?) to task for daring to tell the sovereign town of Farmers Branch, TX, that she ran the town, not them.
Well, the Stupid Cunt went and did it again on Wednesday.
For the second time, a federal judge has declared unconstitutional a Farmers Branch ordinance banning illegal immigrants from renting in the city.
U.S. District Judge Jane Boyle of Dallas ruled Wednesday that the ordinance was an attempt to enforce U.S. immigration laws – something the judge said only the federal government can do.
The judge also issued a permanent injunction to stop Farmers Branch from enforcing Ordinance 2952.
And it’s just as legitimate now as it was then. Which is to say, not very damned much.
Mayor Tim O’Hare, the driving force behind the ordinances, said he wants to appeal.
Mayor O’Hare, I wouldn’t bother. The tin-horned fucksticks aren’t going to rule in your favor, no matter how right you are.
Instead, I’d just ignore the ruling and enforce 2952 anyway. Make the apartment complexes abide by the will of the people. Those that cooperate get slightly more leeway on, say, city inspections.
Those that don’t? Throw the book at them. Right down to the tiniest little crack in a foundation – cite the hell outta them for it.
And recruit some volunteers, for when
Cheetah Jane decides to throw some US Marshals at you. Defend yourselves & Farmers Branch.
Posted by David Hartung @ 8:57
Folks, Darth has totally lost his mind! He has allowed a wannabe Lutheran preacher, with a big mouth, to post to this blog!
For those who don’t know, Rifqa Bary is a seventeen year old young lady who after converting from Islam to Christianity, fled her home in Ohio, taking refuge with a Florida couple. Rifqa believes that if she returns to her parents home, her life would be in danger. Recently the Florida authorities ruled that she should be returned to Ohio, to the custody of the Ohio family court authorities; who have said that she will not be returned to her parents if doing so would place her in danger.
Now it seems that there is some question as to the immigration status of Rifqa and her parents. Until that is confirmed one way or the other, Rifqa is apparently going to be kept in Florida.
As I recall, Rifqa turned seventeen this past June. If this immigration thing carries on another eight months, the court will no longer be able to control where Rifqa lives. If Rifqa’s parents are deported, she could be allowed to stay in the USA because to return to Sri Lanka would place her life in danger.
Assuming that Miss Rifqa is being truthful, I hope that the courts will move at their customary snail’s pace.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 10:00
Don Hill was, at one time, the Mayor Pro Tem of the city of Dallas. He was convicted Monday of money laundering (or, what they’re calling the “funneling of bribe money”), among other official corruption charges. Essentially, they were found guilty of selling their votes on certain zoning cases involving projects in their districts.
Federal prosecutors say that public outrage over the selling of votes at Dallas City Hall led to near-complete convictions Monday in a historic corruption case that brought down former Mayor Pro Tem Don Hill and his cohorts.
Acting U.S. Attorney Jim Jacks called the verdicts a “resounding decision” showing that the public doesn’t want a government “where the game is rigged.”
It’s rather a shame Jerry
FuckBuchmeyer couldn’t have survived to see this. This is his legacy, after all. When you’ve got, basically, 14 little fiefdoms run by 14 little slum lords, and those slum lords have almost totalitarian control over zoning issues in their fiefdoms, corruption was bound to occur. And since Jerry the Tin-Horned Bench Jockey was solely responsible for forcing 14-1 on the City of Dallas, the blood is on his hands for this one.
I didn’t say it before, but I’ll say it now: Good riddance, Jerry Fuckmeyer.
Posted by Darth Venomous @ 23:02
Never mind that 75% of the people of the state of Texas clearly stated they wanted nothing to do with heterophobic marriage.
Never mind the United States Constitution says not one fucking thing about heterophobic marriage.
Never mind that no less a man than the Attorney General of Texas himself said Texas wanted nothing to do with faggots pissing on our institution and pretending to be married.
Nosirreebob, we’ve gotta have a Stupid Cunt of a tin-horned, tyrannical bench jockey bitch gonna force it on us, anyway.
In a first for Texas and a sweeping rejection of the state’s ban on gay marriage, a judge has cleared the way for two gay Dallas men to divorce.
A voter-approved state constitutional amendment and the Texas Family Code prohibit same-sex marriages or civil unions. And the Texas attorney general had intervened in the two men’s divorce case, arguing that since a gay marriage isn’t recognized in Texas, a Texas court can’t dissolve one through divorce.
And you would think that’d be the end of it. But here comes a stupid bitch who can’t even spell her own fucking name right – and yes, I’d be honored if you’d quote me – who thinks she knows better than 3/4 of the entire Godforsaken state.
But Dallas state District Judge Tena Callahan ruled Thursday that the state’s bans on same-sex marriage violates the constitutional guarantee to equal protection under the law.
She denied the attorney general’s intervention and said her court “has jurisdiction to hear a suit for divorce filed by persons legally married in another jurisdiction.”
Bullshit. Teeny-Weeny, honey, if you’re so hot to see multiple dicks, there’s an adult theatre just off Northwest Highway in Dallas. You might as well go – it’s probably more than you’re getting, anyway
Oops. Looks like I’m right about that. This bimbo’s ugly as sin:
This case probably gave her a fucking hot flash.
“This is huge news. We’re ecstatic,” said Dallas attorney Peter Schulte, who represents the man who filed the divorce. The man, identified in court documents as J.B., asked that he and his former partner not be identified.
Schulte said the ruling was a surprise and that he hoped to have a divorce order for the judge to sign in the “next few weeks.”
With any luck, we’ll all have trees with all your fucking heterophobic names on them RealSoonNow.
Tall, sturdy ones. With lots & lots of rope for decoration.
Some assembly required, of course.