Monday, April 03, 2006

I Wish I Was An Oscar Mayer Weiner

Because then I wouldn't have any balls, could sing stupid songs and I could be on the Supreme Court, a court I no longer and never will have respect for ever again. For their behavior on this and other issues of what used to be national and not King George's importance, I would trust a court in Kuala Lumpur before I thought these twits sitting on the bench knew anything about the law, this country or what this country used to stand for. I AM NOT PROUD TO BE AN AMERICAN. Because the term obviously means more in South America or Canada than it does here. And I definitely wouldn't want to travel (move yes) outside this country anymore since we are likely to pay twice as much and have them spit on our food before slamming it onto the table. Good job boys. Ball less wonders. Or would that be eunuch? The judicial kind. It is just going to get worse from here. Goodbye Constitution, lately we hardly knew ye. And that Bill of Rights thing isn't even good for toilet paper anymore. These guys are making the late USSR look good. Reagan is spinning so fast in his grave he is probably a whole new source of energy. To say nothing of our Founding Fathers.
Supreme Court Refuses to Review Padilla Case: "A divided Supreme Court handed the Bush administration a significant victory today when it decided not to review, for now, the federal government's powers to detain U.S. citizens as enemy combatants.

The court, with three dissenters, acted in the case of Jose Padilla, who was held for more than three years in a military brig as an alleged 'dirty bomber' after he was seized by authorities in Chicago.

Post Archive -- Dec. 31
Padilla's Lawyers Oppose Transfer
Attorneys for 'enemy combatant' Jose Padilla yesterday opposed his immediate transfer out of military custody and asked the Supreme Court to consider the matter next month.
Post Archive -- Dec. 22
Court Bars Transfer of Padilla To Face New Terrorism Charges
A federal appeals court yesterday refused to authorize the transfer of 'enemy combatant' Jose Padilla to face new criminal charges, issuing a strongly worded opinion rebuking the Bush administration and its handling of the high-profile terrorism case.

Because the government recently transferred Padilla to a regular prison and charged him with conventional crimes, the detention issue is now 'hypothetical,' Justice Anthony M. Kennedy wrote, taking the unusual step of explaining the court's reasons for avoiding the matter."
Any respect I had for Sandra Day O'Connor (taking care of an Alzheimer's husband was not nearly as important as keeping these power crazy nutjobs in line. She may feel good about winning this battle, but we definitely lost the most important part of the war) no longer exists. She more than helped this country become a place where freedom no longer roams and the buffaloes run the populace as if they were cattle.

First it used to suck to be black and have to face the law. Now they can just change the rules for anyone until they get the results they want.

Why do I feel like Rodney King?

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