Thursday, June 04, 2009

A Nation Of Laws, Not Of...Uh...Laws

We interrupt this blog for a very important message from Bill Salier, of Everyday America

Elected officials must be willing to confront the judicial branch, as well as ignore decisions they disagree with. If they are not willing to do so, they should be replaced with people who are.
Excellent advice, Mr. Salier. We never liked those speed limit laws anyway. And tax law? fugidabudit1 But what about people who are afraid to embrace anarchy? What do you have to say to them?
“So what if the court comes up and says ‘Uh uh.’ That’s all they can do. They don’t have any authority in this matter. They don’t have the guns, they don’t have the money. The statehouse and the governor control the law. We control them.”
Alleluia Mr. S, you have set us free. What's a funky old judge going to do anyway, sitting up there on his funky behind in his funky courtroom, huh? Dude probably isn't even packing. You the man, Mr. S. Don't like a law? Don't obey it! What's a judge going to do? Send you to your room?

Hey, where'd all those SWAT guys come from?


Seeing Eye Chick said...

And the SWAT guys can't get here too soon. What a bunch of fucking ignorant sorry ass excuses for Americans. Dont like the law? Too Bad.

We have Three --count them 123 branches of government and they all contribute to a modality known as checks and balances. I know that sort of boogers up that master tax evading theocracy plan you numbnuts have going Mr S. But there it is.

Sheesh. Some of these assholes should be forced to repeat Basic American Government Classes every year, until it sinks in or their head explodes---really I aint that picky.

YogaforCynics said...

Wow...according to this guy, judges only issue "opinions" about the law. That's a good thing to know next time a judge tries to "convict" me and "send me to prison" for "robbing a liquor store." Who knew all I had to do was say "sorry, judge, I disagree," and walk?