Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 12:34
Okay, so I was slammed at work yesterday, went out for the evening last night, and I’m having to catch up on chores today that force me to leave the house.
This is why My Eternal Wisdom isn’t reaching your eyes.
Seriously. I’ve got lots of things to say – especially some choice nuggets about Cianderella “Pavlov’s Dog” Tierney (you’ll see why I call him that in comments shortly, assuming I haven’t banned his skanky pseudo-Irish Michigan ass and just forgotten about it) – I simply don’t have time to write at the moment.
(sigh) I need a vacation…
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 17:20
(No, not that Teddy.)
Somebody bring Rod Roddy back from the dead. We have ourselves another contestant in the “Who Can Be The Next GOP’er To Lose His Spine” game.
Today’s player is former solicitor general Teddy Olson, courtesy of Drudge:
Former solicitor general Theodore Olson writes in the WALL STREET JOURNAL on Thursday: “A prominent member of the Senate leadership recently described a Supreme Court justice as ‘a disgrace.’
That would be
Soprano Supreme Soprano Court justice Anthony Kennedy, Teddy, ol’ boy – and yes, he is a fucking disgrace. How would you describe a tin-plated judicial dictator who gives a pass to a 17-year-old murderer but allows an innocent Terri Schiavo to die?
What’s that, Theodore??? I can’t heeeeeeeear you!!!
An equally prominent member of the leadership of the House of Representatives on the other side of the political aisle has characterized another justice’s approach to adjudication as ‘incredibly outrageous.’
That would be House Majority Leader Tom DeLay, and he was bang-on right-on-the-money right. When federal judges blatantly ignore Congressional orders to review a life-and-death case de novo, it ain’t exactly tea-and-friggin’-crumpets, Teddy.
But then, I wouldn’t expect someone with linguini where his spine should be to have the courage to stand up to judicial tyrants and speak truth to their power. That would require something you’ve apparantly lost, Theodore: Balls.
These excoriations follow other examples of personalized attacks on members of the judiciary by senior political figures.
That’s right – and those followed the same type of personalized attacks by the consitutents those political figures represent.
Try to remember, just once, who used to pay your salary, will you, Teddy?
So it is time to take a deep breath, step back
Oh, and would you please spare us the Duchess Hilarious bullshit about “take a deep breath”, sir? It didn’t work when she spewed that line; it’s not going to work for you, either.
and inject a little perspective into the recent heated rhetoric about judges and the courts.
Okay, here’s some “perspective” for you, Teddy. These Bastards In Black Robes seem to think that they can legislate from the bench, set public policy from the bench, dictate whom and what we must be forced to tolerate from the bench, generally tell us how we can live our lives from the bench and what we can and cannot do from the bench. They’ve told the Massachusetts Legislature what laws to write, how to write them and when to write them, and they’ve made a President and a governor bow before them in supplication.
They set themselves up as the branch of our federal government just a little more “equal” than the other two, and you want us to put them in “perspective”???
May I kindly invite you to kiss my lily-white cracker ass, Mister Olsen???
We might start by getting a firm grip on the reality that our independent judiciary is the most respected branch of our government, and the envy of the world.
Uh, not after the Schiavo travesty it isn’t, Teddy, you fucking moron. Not after a convicted murder who bragged that he’d get off because of his age, did exactly that. And no court system that allows that to happen is deserving of the tiniest smidgen of respect.
We expect dignity, wisdom, decency, civility, integrity and restraint from our judges.
And we haven’t gotten it. We have time and time again received the equivalent of the finger from these Jism-guzzling Jurist Jackals, and the people are finally starting to have had enough. And it’s been too long in coming, if you ask me.
It is time to exercise those same characteristics in our dealings with, and commentary on, those same judges — from their appointment and confirmation, to their decision-making once they take office.”
Bite me, Olson. If and when these whoremongers of injustice begin to again demonstrate that they’re worthy of my respect, I’ll consider throwing some their way. If and when, but not before.
Until then, they – and you – can go fuck yourselves.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 15:34
Memo to self: When composing a really good piece on how John Bolton’s being shafted by a known Bush-hating trollop…
…keep the desktop theme changes to a minimum. (sigh)
Oh, well. Maybe later.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 11:05
The Department of Foxes Guarding Henhouses chimes in with this blurb, courtesy of one of my co-workers:
The Department of Homeland Security raised some eyebrows last month when it appointed a representative of Claria, a prominent “adware” maker, to a privacy advisory board.
Now we have a chance to see whether the inclusion of Claria/Gator vice president D. Reed Freeman will make a difference in the committee’s discussions about privacy and security. The DHS announced this week that the committee’s first meeting will be Apr. 6 at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington, DC.
So one of the high muckity-mucks of that insipid little software package Gator, notorious for taking your private information and doing Cthulu knows what with it, is now in charge over at the Data Privacy section of Homeland Security.
Why has my personal Terrorism Alert level just gone up to Red?
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 19:08
The Department of What Goes Around, Comes Around lets us have it right between the eyes with this heart-warmer about a Vietnam veteran who let Hanoi Jane Fonda have it…right between the eyes.
(Credit to WorldNetDaily – which reminds me: There seems to be scuttlebutt on the Rottweiler about how WND’s suddenly not a credible source, because supposedly they sometimes leave out details. Frankly, they don’t do anything that most of the Lame Stream Media aren’t doing, and we never hear the bitching about that from the Left, so…)
A Vietnam veteran was arrested in Kansas City yesterday for allegedly spitting on actress Jane Fonda during a book-signing event.
Michael A. Smith, 54, reportedly waited in line for 90 minutes, passed a book to the Academy Award winner, and then spit tobacco juice into her face.
Right about now, there are a few hundred thousand Vietnam veterans giving this man a standing ovation. I daresay this man will never again have to buy his own beer.
Though he attempted to flee, he was taken into custody and charged with disorderly conduct.
See, that’s where I might’ve differed. I’d likely have stood there and taken on whomever had the balls to try to defend that bitch. I’m guessing that the only thing the other people in line would’ve done is wring their limp-wristed hands in limp-wristed angst.
Which would be oh-so-most appropos for them, if you must know.
Fonda declined to prosecute Smith, and issued a statement through her publisher stating: “In spite of the incident, my experience in Kansas City was wonderful and I thank all the warm and supportive people, including so many veterans, who came to welcome me last night.”
Smart move on her part. That’s one war she doesn’t have a Snowball’s Chance In Hell of winning.
You wanna talk about packing a courtroom…
Smith told the Kansas City Star that Fonda is a “traitor” who had been spitting at war veterans for years.
“There are a lot of veterans who would love to do what I did,” Smith told the paper.
Not to mention one civilian in Dallas who’d love to shake your hand and buy you a beer or twelve.
Molon Labe, sir. Molon Labe.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 18:14
Misha’s taken some time to analyze the new Pope, and gives his unrestricted approval.
That’s good enough for me. (grin)
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 20:34
Denizens, I know you guys are remembering Oklahoma City today. I know you’re mourning the 168 who lost their lives in that explosion.
As am I.
But I want to remind you, before you go to bed tonight, of the 80 some-odd innocent folks, many of them women & children, who lost their lives a couple years before that.
If you’re gonna remember OKC, remember these guys, too. They didn’t deserve their fate, either.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 13:23
The Catholic church has selected its new Pope.
At the time I accessed this story, the Dullest Moaning Snooze online site had the Dow up – I promise, I’m not making this up – 66.66 points.
Draw your own conclusions.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 16:59
The Republicans keep trying to give control of the government back to the Democrats. And the Democrats – true to form – keep refusing to take it.
Now here come the Asses and their leader, Dr. YEEEAAARRRRRRRRRGGGGGHHH!!!, saying that they’re going to use Terri Schiavo as an issue against the Republicans in ’06 and ’08.
My reaction: Please? (snicker)
Democratic National Committee Chairman Howard Dean, who has accused congressional Republicans of “grandstanding” in the Terri Schiavo case, said his party will use it against the GOP in coming elections.
“This is going to be an issue in 2006, and its going to be an issue in 2008 because we’re going to have an ad with a picture of (House Majority Leader) Tom DeLay saying, ‘Do you want this guy to decide whether you die or not? Or is that going to be up to your loved ones?”‘ Dean said in West Hollywood, Calif.
Given the choice between Tom DeLay and Howeird Dean, I’d rather take the pro-lifer than the one who says I’m evil. Wouldn’t you? (chortle)
UPDATE: I mean – really, guys. How would you like to be the next GOP chaircritter given the privilege of portraying your party as the Party of Life against Dr. YEARGH! and his Party of Death? How would you like to get up and say, “Yes, we believe that all life is precious and worthy to be saved – while Dr. Dean, here, believes that there are some who are too inconvenient to keep around”?
Damn, I wish I were Ken Mehlman right about now!
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 9:11
The SpatulaGoddess’ grandmother passed away this morning. She and the rest of her family could use your prayers right about now. I know they have mine.
That is all.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 11:23
Sadly for everyone with even so much as an ounce of brains, Hanoi Jane Fonda is back.
Sorta like that touch of bursitis that never quite goes away.
It’s springtime for Jane Fonda. After more than a decade pretty much out of the public eye, the 67-year-old Oscar-winning actress has resurfaced to plug the book and a new movie and is receiving the same mix of adulation and outcry that used to dog every step of her very public life.
Well, there are two reasons for that: One, she’s getting the outcry because she’s never apologized or sought anyone’s forgiveness for her acts of treason in the 1960s, nor has she ever paid any public price worth noting. You know – like a prison sentence. That might have something to do with the outcry.
The adulation is, well, because she’s still a moonbat liberal, and she just attracts that from the Mindless, Mikey Moore Dick-Sucking Automatons who simply have fecal matter where their gray matter should be and just don’t know any better.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 10:46
Y’know, I don’t want to say that liberalism translates to automatic stupidity – well, yes I do, but work with me here, okay? – but how else can you explain posting a comment on a site that’s been all but abandoned, when the poster must know that just about no one’s gonna see it?
That is, unless I bring it out here and ridicule the damnfool about it. (chuckle)
So I’m just piddling around last night, and I stop by my old Haloscan account – the one that was associated with the old Bogsnot site. It is true that JBeez, my personal bitchboy, had posted a bit of keyboard-based flatulence there during the Terri Schiavo memorial, but that was quickly disposed of, and the links to the comments on the main page removed.
Anyway, I’m there, and I find some fuckhead has posted something new. And I don’t even know which thread this idiot was commenting on, and I have not the slightest inclination to find out. Primarily because I don’t care.
But if this dumbass, who posted under the name of “Mark”, wants his 14.5 minutes in the limelight, who am I to deny him?
YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS..the leftists always show themselves to be so much more intelligent, educated, informed
That’s why you posted to a blog that has been pretty much vacated – right, dumb fuck? Just like cockroaches that come out into the open in a house that has long since been abandoned. Quite the comforting parallel, since it describes you morons to a T.
and tolerant than the 51% of the opposite side.
Oh, yes. “Tolerant”. Just like the five Demoscum who slashed Republican tires on Election Day. Yeah, that’s tolerant, all right, asswipe.
It’s encouraging of the idea that this country may yet survive this unpleasant era dominated by idiots’ blind faith in leaders motivated by everything but the interest of their sychophantic minions who bend kindly over and say, “more please, sirs, screw me in the kiester all you want, just please don’t let my neighbor screw my other neighbor in his hiney, that’s all that matters to me, my own butt be damned.”
You seem to have an obsession with anal sex. Bathhouse much, limp-wrist? (snicker)
At any rate, if you want to come call me a “sychophantic minion” to my face, I figure you know where to find me.
That is, if you have balls enough to get your skanky ass handed to you, Marci. I’m ready when you are.
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 12:11
We’re an eccentric lot here in Texas. Y’see, we don’t take kindly to weirdos telling us how to run our lives…especially when it comes to what we eat.
We’re meat-and-potatoes, fried chicken-and-hamburgers types down here, and when some tofu-munching, rice-burner-driving asshelmets like PETA try to barge in and tell us that the cow eating the cabbage is sacred and shouldn’t be our dinner…well, that doesn’t set well with us.
So when *spit* PETA *spit* decided to protest at a KFC in Brownsville, they probably shouldn’t have been too surprised at the reception they received…
A trio of protesters with People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals didn’t find the welcome mat out when they stopped at a KFC in Brownsville on Wednesday. The sprinkler system was on for them, though.
John Olivo, the manager of the fast-food chicken restaurant, turned the system on full blast to soak the curbside protesters. And a man who eats beef followed them around with his stepchildren and a microphone.
“Hey hey, ho ho, PETA fucktards got to go, hey hey, ho ho…”
The PETA protesters, including one in a chicken suit, are participating in PETA’s campaign to get KFC to pressure slaughter houses to use more humane methods to kill chickens.
Oh, I can see it now: Lethal injection for the omelette-makers, ayup…
“They already hit me in McAllen,” Olivo said in a story in Thursday’s editions of The Brownsville Herald. “I was already waiting for them here in Brownsville.”
Hey, if dumbasses were trying to negatively impact your business, what would you do?
“You’re not going to win. Not in Brownsville,” David Ingersoll, of Los Fresnos, shouted through his microphone at the protesters at a busy intersection. His stepchildren passed out anti-PETA pamphlets to stopped drivers.
“I’m waiting for someone to throw a cabrito head at them so they know what part of the country they are in,” Ingersoll said, referring to the goat meat that’s used in some Mexican dishes.
This is my kind of guy: Stands up to the morons and let them know that their bitching isn’t going to be taken sitting down. Those stepchil’lun have themselves a good stepdad.
The PETA members didn’t give up on their message.
“It hasn’t been quite like this in other parts of the state,” said Chris Link, PETA’s campaign coordinator, who is traveling to protest KFC in 12 Texas cities.
Come to Dallas. We can fix that…
Link said the group didn’t receive harsh treatment earlier in McAllen.
“It’s a rarity that we get this,” he said after the dousing.
I’d start wearing the raincoats if I were you, fuckhead.
Then again, it’s a shame your daddy didn’t wear a “raincoat”, if you know what I mean…
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 8:56
Oh, that’s riiiiiiight – it’s April 15th, isn’t it? Just about slipped my mind – taxes are due today.
‘Course, the fact that I e-filed back in January and got my refund around the first of February had something to do with that, I imagine.
Technological savviness. It’s a Good Thing. (snicker)
Posted by Lord Spatula I, King & Tyrant @ 0:01
Y’know what? I don’t care if they freakin’ are our neighbor. If they’re doing this, we don’t just need the Minutemen – we fuckin’ need troops down there, fully armed and on full alert.
The Mexican army is escorting those attempting to cross over the U.S. border illegally – including known drug-runners – to areas not patrolled by the Minuteman Project near Naco, Ariz., say Border Patrol sources and other officials including a U.S. congressman.
Excuse me? People we don’t want here, escorted by the Mexican military?
Pardon me for pointing this out – but is that not the very definition of the word “invasion”???
Rep. Tom Tancredo, R-Colo., chairman of the Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus, denounced the action by the Mexican military and called on President Bush to do the same.
To Hell with that – get a couple divisions down there on the double, at the very least!!!
Border Patrol sources say the Mexican army recently moved about 1,000 troops to the Agua Prieta region, just south of where the Minutemen are. These troops, the sources say, are diverting all of the illegal alien and drug-smuggling traffic away from the Minutemen.
If this isn’t an out-and-out act of war, I’m not sure if I know what is. And the next time little Vinny Fox sets foot in this country, he should be thrown in one of Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s tent prisons to rot until he agrees to let us shoot anyone trying to cross. This is our country, not theirs, and it’s high time they realized it.
Just prior to the launch of the Minuteman Project March 30, Miguel Escobar Valdez, Mexican consul in Douglas, Ariz., said the Mexican military was bracing for possible violence on the border.
“The Mexican army is on alert,” Escobar said. “Also, law enforcement will be vigilant because the situation is very volatile. This is because, I have to say it, there are violent and radical elements on both sides of the border.”
Bet we can find yours before you find ours, Escobutthead, you hijo de la puta.
UPDATE: Misha has his own take on the matter, and it’s a good read, too.