Thursday, October 27, 2005

Harriet Sweet Harriet

Harriet Miers has withdrawn her nomination as the next Supreme Court Justice. Unless Bush has more friends we don't know about, he will be hard pressed to find a qualified replacement. Wait, I heard Jenna is out of college now; maybe if she can brush off her hangover she could be the next justice of the Supreme Court.


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Jenna Bush at a party upon learning that she is on the Presidents short list for the supreme court vacancy.


The good thing is that with the Brownie and Miers nominations Bush has come to realize that just because he likes somebody that it doesn't mean they are capable or qualified for any and every available job in Washington.

On a side note, I am sure the neocons are now wetting themselves over the possibility of getting their activist judge that will change the laws and rewrite the constitution to its original form including the sections about how the US was supposed to be a Christian State that discriminates against gay people and gives welfare to rich corporations whilst cutting their taxes. That is what a Supreme Court Justice should be about.

12 comments:

Ryan said...

Great picture. I really hope she gets caught on one of those Girls Gone Wild videos. Regarding Miers, what I feared since her questionable nomination was that she was a trial balloon and the Bushies knew that she would withdrawal. Now they can come out with who they really wanted to nominate a right wing activist and say 'well we tried nominating a moderate and we have been given no choice but to nominate an idealogue. The GOP has been given a shot in the arm right now in the midst of scandal that will reinvigorate the base around Bushy boy.

trick said...

"The good thing is that with the Brownie and Miers nominations Bush has come to realize..."

You're giving him way too much credit.

Valkyrie said...

Perhaps Miers was his attempt to put what he considered to be a liberal on the bench, to extend what he would call a olive branch to the Dems.

Or maybe I'm giving him too much credit.

The President is in exactly the political position he deserves at the moment; cronies with possible indictments, a unpopular war growing ever MORE unpopular, and the lowest rating for a Presidency.

Great site. I linked you. Hope you don't mind.

michael the tubthumper said...

the exact political position he deserves is in jail.

Nölff said...

I think Jesus is his next pick.

Toad734 said...

Everyone has been giving him way too much credit.

Jesus is actually way too liberal for the conservatives to be happy with that pick; Moses would probably do it for them. They love that whole eye for an eye thing they just can't get over the "turn the other cheek", "feed the poor", "rich can't go to heaven" part of Jesus' socialist views.

Grant said...

I think President Bush is too inflexible to truly learn any lessons. From what he said in the debates, he views this as strong leadership.

I think he'll nominate Earnest Angely next. Or possibly himself.

indygirl said...

Moses in 2005!

laurzeilei said...

The President is in exactly the political position he deserves at the moment; cronies with possible indictments, a unpopular war growing ever MORE unpopular, and the lowest rating for a Presidency.

And we believe these are natural unfoldings, right?

I've been reading into the Tavistock Institution conspiracy theories waaaaay too much these days...

Valkyrie said...

the exact political position he deserves is in jail.

I do also. At the very least, impeached.

But... I'm alot more concerned about the state of the country thanks to him.

NewsBlog 5000 said...

“Ok, this will probably piss everyone off, but I can't hold it in any longer.


Harriet, sweet Harriet, Hard-hearted harbinger of haggus. Beautiful, bemused, belicose butcher. “So knowing, so trusting, so lov-ed. He wants you back he screams into the night air, like a fireman going to a window that has no fire, ‘cept the passion of his heart. I am lonely, It’s really hard. This poem sucks.”

Toad734 said...

Wow, somebody got that