Sunday, December 28, 2008

Your daily Blogging Tory stupid.


It's a day that ends in "y" so, as sure as Dick Evans gets a little woody when the new "Gap for Kids" catalogue shows up in his mailbox, a Blogging Tory somewhere is being a retarded dumbshit this morning. Oh, look ... it's Paul:

Michelle Obama: What Have You Been Up To?

Just let your imagination go for a bit, and dream about what would happen were the Wife of The Big O a Republican ... my oh my, how the official media of the DNC (formerly known as the MSM) would howl:

"sounds more to me like she was drummed right out of the practice of law. I am just dying to know what she did... she ran to have a court ordered inactive status done...and then no malpractice report needed to be provided.


And then there are those who aren't insufferable morons and imbeciles:


Prior to November 1, 1999, former Supreme Court Rule 770 provided for a proceeding in the Court for any voluntary transfer to inactive status, whether because of some incapacitating condition or solely as a matter of the lawyer’s preference because the lawyer would not be practicing law.

In other words, prior to 1999, all voluntary decisions to go inactive were “court-ordered.”

Stephen Taylor's Blogging Tories: Because you always need someone to make you feel clever.

P.S. The true hilarity is that, if you steel yourself and wander over to Atlas' Juggs and take a close look at the alleged smoking gun of a document, you can read the very words "Voluntarily inactive." God Almighty, but these people are dangerously stupid. They really should not be allowed to play with sharp objects, or babysit anyone else's kids.

P.P.S. If, every time I read one of Stephen Taylor's stable of pathological dimwits, the phrase "re-education camp" leaps to mind, does that make me a bad person?

4 comments:

Chet Scoville said...

At any given moment, Pam Atlas has no idea what she's talking about. It's a rule.

Robin said...

Oh, come ON, CC. Don't be RIDICULOUS.

...reeducation camps implies these people had learned anything in the first place. We're looking at straight-up education camps here. *g*

CC said...

Fine ... let's just make it an "internment camp" and be done with it. It's not like there's any chance of rehabilitation with these drooling dingbats, anyway.

theo said...

""re-education camp" leaps to mind, does that make me a bad person?"

Only if it involves "Showers".