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Posted: 7/10/2002 11:17:13 PM EST
[Last Edit: 7/10/2002 11:17:52 PM EST by mattja]
And the first nominee goes to: [url]www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0060392452/ref=pd_ts_a_hot_15/103-3185200-3509401[/url] [b]On the 2000 election:[/b] "George W. "President" of the United States. The Thief-in-Chief. A trespasser on federal land, a squatter in the Oval Office. Send in the Marines! Launch the SCUD missiles! Bring me the head of Antonin Scalia! We are no longer [able] to hold free and fair elections. We need U.N. observers, U.N. troops." [b]Police brutality:[/b] "Blacks should put inflatable white dolls in their cars so racist cops will think they're chauffeurs." You Southern boys will like this one. [b]The South:[/b] "No contributions toward advancing our civilization ever came out of the South, because it's too hot to think straight there." What are your nominees?
Link Posted: 7/11/2002 1:28:40 AM EST
Second nominee: [url]www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/156025355X/ref=pd_sim_books/103-3185200-3509401[/url] [b]On December 12th, 2000, in a 5-4 decision, the U. S. Supreme Court put an end to the recounting of presidential votes in Florida, thus assuring that George W. Bush would win the election. This action by the Court's majority, argues trial lawyer and bestselling author Bugliosi, was a "judicial coup d'‚tat" that stole the election from U.S. citizens and simply handed the presidency over to the Court's guy, a conservative Republican like themselves. It was also treasonous, asserts Bugliosi, if not by statute it does not fit the legal definition of treason at least in spirit; the five justices are "criminals in the very truest sense of the word," he says, who have exhibited "the morals of an alley cat."[/b] Whine, whine, whine, cry, cry, cry... The demos are like spoiled little girls, demanding that mommy take them to Toys 'R Us for the latest doll.
Link Posted: 7/11/2002 1:33:18 AM EST
Third nominee: [url]www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0195148274/qid=1026383032/sr=2-2/ref=sr_2_2/103-3185200-3509401[/url] [b]The most egregious ruling since the Dred Scott Decision, Bush v. Gore has shattered the image of the Supreme Court as a fair and impartial arbiter of important national issues. The resulting loss of the American people's respect, Dershowitz concludes, has severely compromised the Court's role in national affairs. And yet Dershowitz sees some benefit emerging from this constitutional crisis--if we understand its lessons and take action to prevent it from happening again.[/b] More crying and whining, this time from Alan M. Dershowitz. What a jerkoff.
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