Saturday, February 13, 2016

Justice Antonin Scalia's 30-Year Reign of Terror Is Finally Over


Damian and I were JUST talking about who would die next, both assuming it was be The Notorious R.B.G. Every one of us is going to die -- whether we're good or bad -- but if I had been able to choose who was next, my wish would have just been granted. What a hateful and unhinged man he was who had no place on any court, much less the highest in the land. America is a better and safer place with him off the bench. NRIP.

10 comments:

Mark Johnson said...

NRIP.

He spent his judicial career advocating for gay men to be isolated and murdered.

NRIP.

The world is better off now that he is dead. I wish I could say that I feel for his family who might have loved him. But how depraved are you to love that?

NRIP.

Jake said...

What a hateful comment. People like you on both sides of the aisle will make the selection of a replacement a vile experience of name calling an ignorance rather than a measured selection of a quality replacement. You get what you ask for .

DBH said...

He's dead?

Good eff'n riddance to bad rubbish. You pissed all over the Constitution claiming to be an "originalist". You used your papist ideology to trash the rights of others. Rot in hell.

American Nonidiot said...

@Jake: It is not a bad thing to want a better world.

Stephen said...

Oh Jake, take a chill pill. Well said KW.

The Polar Beast said...

This man was a Supreme hypocrite, and while it will require me to seek forgiveness, I must admit I am very happy this SOB is dead.

If you ready his dissent in Obergefell (http://www.supremecourt.gov/opinions/14pdf/14-556_3204.pdf) and then apply it to Bush vs Gore, you can see that there is no great intellect here. Just a man put in power by an by Reagan the empty suit. You cannot argue that the Supreme Court has not acted as "Ruler" in Obergefell and not by extension argue that that is EXACTLY what was done in 2000 in Bush vs Gore.

The fight now to get a justice in place for the first Monday in October, should be everyone's primary concern. We all know that justice delayed is justice denied. Too many 4 to 4 decisions will leave our republic in a shambles. But I would not put it past the whining Republicans to do this since they have done it in the past.

Mike in Asheville said...

Jake, there is a reason the song goes:

Ding dong, the witch is dead!
Which old witch?
The wicked witch!
Ding dong, the wicked witch is dead!

That shitbag opined that PROVEN innocence WAS NOT a sufficient reason to dismiss a guilty verdict. A hypocrite, who, though I don't believe, I hope meets the God he professed to glory. A hypocrite who repeatedly failed to meet "God's" Golden Rule and Jesus' New Commandment.

Literally, go to HELL.

Viet said...

Yesterday was a great day. Sorry not sorry.

Bob K said...

Ken, you got your wish that the hateful mean spirited destructive egotistical piece of horseshit died (you can tell I did not like him)

--- I can only fantasize what it would have been like if he had found the grace to die at the beginning of Obama's first term.

northalabama said...

"I've never wished a man dead, but I have read some obituaries with great pleasure." - (not) Mark Twain



When Bette Davis was told that Joan Crawford had died, she replied:

"Well my mother always told me to speak good of the dead. Joan Crawford is dead. Good."

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