Supreme Court Foul-Up


Posted by The Skipper    United States   on 06/29/2006 at 05:07 PM   
  1. These bastards are retarded.  Oh wait a second, they’re liberals, so they are by defintion anyway.  But this decision was utterly indefensible.  Scalia hit the nail on the head.

    Come to think of it, these bastards are liberals.  That means they support assisted suicide, right?  And they’re old, decrepit, and incapable of thinking straight… anybody else thinking what I’m thinking??


    Posted by RobertHuntingdon    United States   06/29/2006  at  06:08 PM  

  2. Robert, I think so! Hmmmm, we’ve discussed Willis ‘08 elsewhere. J.D. Hayward sounds pretty darn good too, but howzabout Scalia? THIS man sounds like he wouldn’t make a bad president, eh? What say we go with HIM for our ‘08 candidate? How do we suggest this?

    Posted by cmblake6    United States   06/29/2006  at  06:46 PM  

  3. Ok - to get my hands around this - which is impossible - how did this get to the Supremes in the first place??? Is Hamdan, an American? No, well then how did the ACLU or whomever, even get this into a court.

    Second, if these guys were aiming a rifle, shooting an RPG, laying an IED - don’t care that they aren’t wearing a uniform, nor ‘representing’ a country/government/kingdom - they are killers on a battlefield - as a lot of the guys are from Afghanistan which happened before all the liberals turned this into a ‘get the administration’ debacle.

    I vote for shipping them off to somewhere, where death is an acceptable sentence, at least a quarter of them (the worst ones) commit suicide, riot or whatever to die on the way and per code (try the Navaho code, or the da vinci code), our guys get a ‘shoot to kill, no quarters given, no prisoners taken’ order and see how the libs like them apples.

    These stupid liberal losers never get it - when pushed over their stupid rantings - their whole arguments falls apart, one of their inside traitors is found out, they cross the line of aiding and abetting and po the American public, or they have to ‘take a stand’ and show their true cowardly, al-qaida lovin’ selves. The libs can never STFU and just let Bush serve out the remainder of his term and go away. They think that the next ‘talking point,’ the next ‘secret’ reveled, the next horror they shout from the rooftops will be the one that brings the Bush administration down. And now 6 years into it - nothing except Libby and Delay indicted and Cunningham out - a two bit guy I’d never heard of. . .

    And still they keep shooting themselves in the foot again and again. Because I’ve got the feeling that this is going to be a major showdown in Congress - where OIF/OEF/GWOT actually becomes a declared war and all bets are off. Those guys in Gitmo will be tried and fried before the ACLU and Libs can say ‘What the F*** just happened?’

    And the losers still won’t learn and will keep doing the same lunatic things. I heard one babbling that the ‘War’ will be their ‘winning’ stand in November - DUH! - didn’t they do that in the 2004 election and lose? As I said - keep doing the same thing again and again.

    [Skipper, if you keep posting these items,you need to find the L symbol or a smiley with Loser on it’s forehead.]

    Posted by wardmama4    United States   06/29/2006  at  07:09 PM  

  4. Wardmama, I feel your pain. Bwah-hah-hah-ha-ha-ha-ha ....

    Here is your brand-new LOSER smiley. It is now part of the smiley library (at the bottom next to the soap box and the flags. Enjoy!


    Posted by The Skipper    United States   06/29/2006  at  07:40 PM  

  5. Art. II, Section 2: The judicial Power shall extend to ....
    In all Cases affecting Ambassadors, other public Ministers and Consuls, and those in which a State shall be Party, the supreme Court shall have original Jurisdiction. In all the other Cases before mentioned, the Supreme Court shall have appellate Jurisdiction, both as to Law and Fact, with such Exceptions, and under such Regulations as the Congress shall make.

    It sounded to me like the Congress did make an exception under this Article by saying “‘ court, justice, or judge’ shall have jurisdiction...”, and five of the Supremes chose to ignore it.  How much plainer could the Congress state their feelings to the entire judicial branch? Talk about legislating from the bench.  I hope Congress smacks the crap out of the Leftist Five.

    Posted by dick    United States   06/29/2006  at  08:30 PM  

  6. I see this as a good decision. 

    Now we have one less reason to take terrorists alive.  Of if we do, we can then turn them over to some other country that possesses a more realistic and effective system of interrogating enemy prisoners. 

    By doing this we keep the tangos far removed from the warm and loving embrace of the Supremes and drop them into the screaming hellhole they’ve earned for themselves.

    Posted by rudebadger    United States   06/30/2006  at  05:52 AM  

  7. I read recently that in Britain during the 80’s the judiciary became increasingly reactionary as they resented the fact that Margaret Thatcher was elected. They collectively did all they could to obstruct government. On top of this the legal profession has been swelled by increasingly liberal minded fools. Many of our politicians are ex barristers (the ones that represent cases at Crown Courts) and even our beloved (cough, gag) Prime Minister’s wife is a barrister. The legal profession is oversubscribed with moonbats.

    We have recently had a judgement that detaining scumbags is illegal. These are similar to the scum you have locked up in Gitmo, but there is a big difference. We cannot deport them to their country of origin because it would violate their human rights, however they are free to leave at any time to any country that will have them. Of course none of them have left. They are happy to fight the government aided and abetted by the legal aid scheme and scumbag lawyers.

    Personally I think it was a mistake to bang all these varmints up in Gitmo and really we would have been better off if they had “disappeared” let the Saudis or Egyptians get to grips with them so they can experience what it truly means to have their human rights violated.

    Don’t get me wrong it is right and proper that the judiciary and the legislative parts of our governments are seperate but it is wrong for judges to think they can over rule the will of the people just because they have a (moonbat) tendencies.

    Posted by LyndonB    United Kingdom   06/30/2006  at  06:16 AM  

  8. Give “em hell lyndon b!!  Well said!

    Posted by bat crusher    United States   06/30/2006  at  07:38 AM  

  9. Skipper, Thanks for the Smiley - I love it!

    Posted by wardmama4    United States   06/30/2006  at  11:14 PM  

  10. Shame Gitmo is built so well. A sudden and terrible “flash fire”, isn’t it awful how those inmates didn’t even have time to get out? Aw, shucks. On that note, aren’t there some times when real GOPers are on holiday and libs and RINOs meet together in closed session? grin

    Posted by cmblake6    United States   07/03/2006  at  07:13 PM  

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