Friday, June 30, 2006

Pounding the Gavel

I try not to contemplate that this is the moron slotted into Thurgood Marshall's bench chair. If I did I'd be acting like Pam from Atlas Shrugs when a camera is nearby.

But sometimes it cannot be avoided:

Thomas refers to Justice John Paul Stevens’ “unfamiliarity with the realities of warfare” in his dissenting opinion. ACSBlog notes: “Stevens served in the U.S. Navy from 1942 to 1945, during World War II. Thomas’s official bio, by contrast, contains no experience of military service.”

I look forward to Stevens' next dissent when Clarence Thomas issues forth his next "Dear Penthouse" letter -- asserting that Clarence is unfamiliar with the realities of "money shots", "bukkake", or "shaving videos".

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