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  Stick a Bork in Him He's Done

Robert Bork Finds Out if God Is A Strict Constructionist

Robert Bork, the partisan hack who finished carrying out Richard Nixon’s “Saturday Night Massacre” in 1973 (after two other men with actual character resigned rather than cooperate), helped to make the intellectually bankrupt notion of Constitutional “originalism” a staple of mainstream conservatism, and went on to fail to win confirmation to the Supreme Court, has died at the age of 85. According to leading experts, the 1987 Senate hearings on Bork’s confirmation marked the crucial point at which modern American political discourse began to irreversibly go into the shitter. Read more on Robert Bork Finds Out if God Is A Strict Constructionist…
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Wannabe Prez McCotter Reveals Five Principles of Nonsense

Unloved reject Thaddeus McCotter is still, for some reason, trying to become president in 2012. He thought he was being super cool, revealing his plans at a “rock festival in Michigan,” also known as the Romeo Area Tea Party Freedom Fest, which is sort of like the exact opposite of a rock festival, happening out in the middle of nowhere. He admitted that his biggest strength as a presidential candidate is that no one has heard of him, which, well, he has a point there. But now maybe he is starting to feel left out of the unstoppable Orgy of Insanity that is the barf puddle of GOP candidates, because he is about to unleash his crazy on us at last! Read more on Wannabe Prez McCotter Reveals Five Principles of Nonsense…
 

George W. Bush: Strict Constructionist

President George W. Bush, seen here in a file photo from the day he demanded that Andy and Karen let him sign the Declaration of Independence. Due to his insistence on historical fidelity, the President will wait 11 years before exercising his veto powers, as they will not exist until the the as-of-yet unwritten Constitution is ratified. Read more on George W. Bush: Strict Constructionist…