Hat tip to “B-Squared” for today’s theme.
I met a magical fairy yesterday who said she would grant me one wish. “I wish to live forever,” I said.
“Sorry,” said the fairy, “I’m not allowed to grant that particular wish.”
“Fine,” I said, “then I want to die the day after Congress is filled with honest, hard-working, bipartisan men and women who act only in the people’s best interests!”
“You crafty b@$t@rd,” replied the fairy.
… which brings us to this quote supplied by “Joe P.”:
“The Constitution is not an instrument for the government to restrain the people; it is an instrument for the people to restrain the government, lest it come to dominate our lives and interests.”
Patrick Henry (1736-1799)
• Fauxchahontas – Fake Indian Senator from Taxachusetts:
• The Criminal Organization Masquerading As A Political Party:
• More News You Can Use:
• It’s Mueller Time:
• There Ought To Be A Law
How often have we heard it said that “there ought to be a law?”
Instead of ‘new’ laws, how about enforcing the laws that are already on the books?
Like this one: 18 USC 2383:
Congressman Bool Sheet:
• Meanwhile, at the SCOTUS
“It finally came back to me. Monty Python had a sketch way back when that involved a made-up entity that is a perfect headline for this week—the “Institute of Going in Bit Red in Helsinki,” in which Dr. Carl Gruber (related to Hans?) who tests embarrassing words and phrases on people like “Wankel rotary engine.” (You can take in the sketch here.) If the sketch was updated, you’d have to add “Donald Trump in Helsinki” as an embarrassing moment. Fortunately for Trump, liberals can’t help themselves, and have decided to embarrass themselves even worse in reaction. From the liberal reaction, you’d think the Germans had bombed Pearl Harbor again.”
And now, in closing: