L.o.L.z. "The American people . . ."Cracker, please.
"People are increasingly worried that Washington is exceeding the limits set by the Constitution, asserting too large a role in American life."Leo here just reminded us that Mr. Caspar operates several clubs in our city, wherein the patrons imbibe of rum and play at games of chance.
More comments please about why fat people who can still apparently walk are increasingly riding scooters to the bacon aisle. They will need traffic lanes and stoplights in Walmart soon. Or just turn the aisles into actual roads and make it 100% drive-thru.
Oh. My. God.Fat people in carts is bad enough. Fat, ugly people in their underwear in carts? I'm gonna blind myself.
When the president nominated Sonia Sotomayor to the court last May, he said he wanted a justice who would decide cases based on her sense of empathy. But the empathy standard was soon rejected by the American people for what it was: license for unaccountable, lifetime-appointed judges to impose their political and social preferences from the bench. The only possible way you could say something like this is if you think the person you're addressing is a complete idiot.The Washington Post Editorial page seems to be some kind of experiment to see how many different ways there are to say "You fucking idiots will believe any crap I shovel out."
"Nothing burps like bacon!"
Look lady. I don't know or care what happened to your grand-kid. Get your fukkin hands off my shirt or find yourself on the receiving end of a size 12 slipper!
If the GOP believed their own rhetoric about the Supreme Court, they'd be calling for it to be filled by election, with term limits. But they don't, so they should shut up.Being "unaccountable" (read: insulated from public opinion) was THE ENTIRE POINT to the Court.
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