Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 16:22
The Department of Imitation Is The Sincerest Form Of Flattery, with an assist from the SpatulaGoddess, sponsors today’s “Putting The Cart Before The Horse” award.
Remember, Denizens, how 11 Texas Demoscum excuses-for-senators tried to block redistricting a couple years back?
Well, now some Jawja Dem’scum – really, that’s how it’s spelled; sound it out (grin)* – sorta tried the same thing yesterday. Only they…uh, how do I say this…got it a little ass-backwards.
The state Senate’s Democratic caucus, led by the chamber’s black members, walked out of the Legislature Friday after an emotional vote on voting rights.
Immediately after a 7 p.m. vote that would eliminate 12 of the 17 forms of identification that may be used at Georgia polls, a majority of Senate Democrats, including all black members, left the chamber.
Memo to the Jawja Dem’scum: If you wanna block a bill, you generally walk out before the vote, eh?
“This is wrong!” Sen. Vincent Fort, D-Atlanta, shouted before the exit. “We will not go back.”
“We will not go back to the days when we could only vote once!!! We will not go back to the days when elections were fair, honorable and credible!!! We will NOT go back to the days when there was no corruption, for we are Democrats!!!!!
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 11:08
You may have noticed that I haven’t blogged about that long-haired, maggot-infested, dope-smoking skank Ward Churchill.
There’s a reason for that. I have enough RCOB moments, and my blood pressure’s high enough as it is. I’m only 10½ years from outliving my father, and I’d kinda like to make it there.
Anyway, it heartens and encourages me to see that Buffalo Chip University is at least considering getting rid of this wanker Churchill.
Settlement talks between the University of Colorado and the professor who compared some Sept. 11 victims to a notorious Nazi broke down Friday after a newspaper reported the teacher had once been accused of plagiarism.
University regent Michael Carrigan declined to comment on the negotiations but said he had “substantial concern” about a report in Friday’s Rocky Mountain News that Dalhousie University in Nova Scotia had accused Churchill of plagiarizing the work of one of its professors eight years ago.
They’re just now getting to that? WorldNetDaily had the scoop on it a month ago.
But what chaps my ass is this part (and a hat-tip to B.C, Imperial Torturer, for pointing it out to me last week):
University President Elizabeth Hoffman has said Churchill could be fired if the inquiry turned up misconduct, but that he would not be dismissed because of his statements.