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April 28, 2008

Supreme Court Smacks Down Voter Fraud

Filed under: Defending America,Justice/Law,Supreme Court — Psycheout @ 4:27 pm
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Real IDWell, America wins again, thanks to an increasingly conservative Supreme Court populated by right thinking Republican Presidents.

States can require voters to produce photo identification, the Supreme Court ruled Monday, upholding a Republican-inspired law that Democrats say will keep some poor, older and minority voters from casting ballots.

This is wise, as poor people are generally less informed than wealthy people who actually follow politics and tend to vote Republican.  At first, only property owning males were allowed to vote.  Sometimes the old ways are the right ways.  This is one of them.

The ruling means the ID requirement will be in effect for next week’s presidential primary in Indiana, where a significant number of new voters are expected to turn out for the Democratic contest between Sens. Hillary Rodham Clinton and Barack Obama.

Ha ha moonbats!  Wouldn’t it be funny if no Democrats were eligible to vote?  You bet it would!

Now liberals can’t just round up a bunch of so-called “new voters” with free crack, malt liquor and taco supremes.  These “new voters” must actually be eligible to vote.  That is, they must actually have valid id.  Illegals, criminals and other traditional Democrat party voters need not apply.

Liberal holdouts Breyer, Souter and Ginsberg dissented, presenting this ridiculous sob story:

Indiana’s voter ID law “threatens to impose nontrivial burdens on the voting rights of tens of thousands of the state’s citizens,” Souter said.

The targets of the law, he said, are “voters who are poor and old.”

Oh boo hoo.  Cry me a river.  Get an ID or get out.  And don’t bother voting if you refuse to present your national ID card.  Slackers.

— Psycheout

April 16, 2008

Supreme Court: Hang ’em High

Filed under: Justice/Law,Supreme Court — Tyler Dresden @ 7:02 pm

Hang 'em HighThe Supreme Court today smacked down the ridiculous arguments by tree huggers and criminal lovers about the death penalty being too mean to murderers and society’s trash.  States reacted swiftly to the news by greenlighting executions put on hold pending the high court’s decision.  Good!

U.S. executions are all but sure to resume soon after a nationwide halt, cleared Wednesday by a splintered Supreme Court that approved the most widely used method of lethal injection.

Virginia immediately lifted its moratorium; Oklahoma and Mississippi said they would seek execution dates for convicted murderers, and other states were ready to follow after nearly seven months without an execution in the United States.

America has some catching up to do: seven months worth of injustice needs to be reversed.

This is a time to celebrate.  God’s law has been upheld.  I say fry ’em or hang ’em, but if all we got is the needle now, stick it to ’em.  An eye for an eye, not a smack on the wrist.  Liberals want to coddle criminals, while conservatives just kill them.

Who would you rather have in charge?


August 10, 2007




July 31, 2007

Pray for Supreme Court Justice Roberts

Chief Justice John RobertsThis breaks my heart:

Doctors who examined the stricken Chief Justice John Roberts called the episode at his Maine vacation home a “benign idiopathic seizure,” meaning they found no tumor, stroke or any other explanation.

Roberts, 52, had a similar, unexplained attack in 1993.

The seizure Monday caused the chief justice to fall on a dock, where he sustained minor scrapes, Supreme Court spokeswoman Kathy Arberg said.

She said he was kept overnight at the Penobscot Bay Medical Center in Rockport for observation.

By definition, someone who has had more than one seizure without any other cause is determined to have epilepsy, said Dr. Marc Schlosberg, a Washington Hospital Center neurologist who is not involved in the Roberts case.

Whether Roberts will need anti-seizure medications to prevent another is something he and his doctor will have to decide. But after two seizures, the likelihood of another at some point is greater than 60 percent.

Roberts is a fine man, and one of the greatest jurists of our time. Our prayers and our hopes go out to him and his family in this difficult and troubling time.

Unfortunately, I notice the moonbat media does not agree. They explicitly refer to Roberts as an “idiopath”, proving once and for all that those shameless prostitutes will exploit any tragedy or personal misfortune to stick a knife into the Republican Party’s back. These people have no shame, and are in league with abortionists, terrorists, and the unspeakably racist Darwinists and Heliocentrists. The only fitting retort to their slanders is to ignore them, which I shall now proceed to do.

Update (by Psycheout): Your prayers have worked!

Chief Justice John Roberts walked out of a hospital in Maine Tuesday, released a day after he suffered a seizure. The White House said he told President Bush he was doing fine.

Well done, everybody!

July 18, 2007

Rudy Giuliani: “Abortion is not a litmus test.”

Filed under: Abortion,Election 2008,RINOs,Rudy Giuliani,Supreme Court — Psycheout @ 10:10 pm

Shorter RINO Rudy: Abortion Today, Abortion Tomorrow, Abortion Forever!

Even shorter RINO Rudy: Get Over It.

Yes, once again Rudy Giuliani, feeling safe at the top of the Rudy McRomney triumvirate, slaps social conservatives across the face. I’ve heard the argument time and again from Giulianiacs, about “America’s mayor,” that he would absolutely positively appoint strict constructionist conservative judges, we promise, pinky swear! Trust us!

Sure, why not? Why trust my own judgement and an examination of RINO Rudy’s weak record on life? Why even believe his own words when he betrays his strong pro-abortion beliefs? Trust the unicorns and leprechauns who confuse the Rudyholic minds! Forget about it.

We have to go all the way across the ocean to The Guardian to get the latest confirmation that Rudy cannot be trusted on life issues. He cannot be trusted to appoint another Alito or Roberts to the court. He’d probably nominate Ruth Bader Ginsburg if not for the fact that this liberal Clinton appointee wasn’t already on the Supreme Court.

On a campaign swing through conservative western Iowa, the former New York mayor pledged to appoint judges who would strictly interpret the Constitution on gun rights and other issues.

Oh, great. Never mind. I take it all back.

Abortion never came up in his address to about 100 people at a high school, but it did during an exchange with reporters.

“Abortion is not a litmus test. Roe v. Wade is not a litmus test. No particular case is a litmus test. That’s not the way to appoint Supreme Court justices or any judge,” Giuliani said.

Wait, hang on. What was that?

He noted that he got no questions on abortion in his appearance. “I think Roe against Wade is an issue. It is not the only issue,” he said.

Um, excuse me, your honor? Some 40,000,000 lives snuffed out since Roe v. Wade and it’s just “an issue?” So-cons, did you just feel another slap across the face? Are you ready to turn another cheek so this Republican turncoat can slap you again?

So, RINO Rudy, your honor, how would you react to the abominable Roe v. Wade decision being overturned by a just Supreme Court? Let’s say, for the sake of argument, that you accidentally appointed a pro-life judge. This is only a hypothetical, of course. But how would you react, sir?

“It would be OK,” Giuliani said. “It would be OK to repeal it.”

But, he added: “It would be OK also if a strict constructionist viewed it as precedent” and kept the law intact.

SLAP! Ouch, that hurts! So you don’t give a damn about abortion, we understand. Let’s change the subject. What about this allegation that you’re a gun grabbing authoritarian who hates, strike that, doesn’t understand the Second Amendment? Any comment? Hello?

His promise about judicial appointments is aimed at reassuring conservatives nervous about his more liberal stands on gun control and other issues. As an example, he lauded a federal court ruling that overturned a 30-year-old ban on private ownership of handguns in Washington, D.C.

Huh? What?

As mayor, Giuliani pursued gun control laws and lawsuits against gun manufacturers. At a family restaurant in LeMars, Iowa, he said the issue should largely be left up to states.

“No state can completely take away your right to bear arms,” Giuliani said.

Asked whether the country has enough gun laws, Guiliani said that is probably the case.

Oh, great. That’s reassuring. I feel really confident about you now. NOT! So do you have any lies for us, RINO Rudy, to try and trick us into supporting you, you lying weasel?

He said he would appoint judges like Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Samuel Alito, two President Bush appointees who were embraced by conservatives for their views on abortion and other issues.

Fantastic! I almost believed you for 100 ms. How about a little pathetic pandering?

Giuliani mentioned former President Reagan more than half a dozen times….

Perfect! And what about RINO Rudy’s supporters? Certainly they share his views about abortion on demand and authoritarian gun grabbing. Right?

About 200 people crowded the two-room cafe, and women stood on chairs to take photographs. Many said they were conservative, especially on abortion and gun control, but were willing to give Giuliani a chance.

Suckers. I am very conservative when it comes to premarital sex, but I’m going to give Bill Clinton a chance. I’m going to let him spend the night with my teenage daughter. He deserves a chance to redeem himself and change his stripes after all, right? NO!

Finally, let’s meet the winner for the “conservative” most willing to sell out her core values to get a liberal in sheep’s clothing into our White House. Take it away, stupid!

Coleen Savage said it’s difficult to support an abortion rights candidate, but Giuliani “can stand up against Hillary.”

“To get the conservative, you’ve got to grit your teeth and take a little bit of the moderate or liberal,” said Savage, a corn-and-soybean farmer.

“Difficult?” You must be nuts, lady. Try “impossible,” if you’re actually pro-life and not in favor of and culpable for the murder of 40,000,000 children in the womb, you stupid moron! Reread Coleen’s quote a couple of times. Isn’t that a classic example of no-think and double-speak? Amazing. She’s completely brainwashed. Knock on her skull. I bet it’s hollow. Hello? Is anybody in there?

Now, let’s wrap this up by contrasting Rudy Giuliani’s support of “abortion forever” judges to Sam Brownback’s statement about Supreme Court appointments:

We can win this. We are one justice away from overturning Roe vs. Wade. I want to be the President that appoints that justice. So that we can end this night of wrong. And remember in every abortion there are at least two victims: there’s one dead and there’s one wounded.

The choice, as I have stated time and again, is clear: support Sam Brownback. Or do as Coleen is willing to do: sacrifice your core values for a non-conservative “Republican” who you will learn to hate with a passion if he ever gets near the Presidency. The choice is yours. Don’t regret your selection. It will haunt you forever.

Life indeed is “gift and mystery,” something which RINO Rudy neither respects nor understands. He’ll never be my nominee.

See also: Our previous coverage of Rudy Giuliani.

– Psycheout

June 26, 2007

Behold Liberal Thought, in All Its Glory

RINO John Cole, upset that the Supreme Court has ruled children cannot insult Jesus by making drug references to Him in schools:

I guess we will just let the strict constructionists explain their position on this one. Apparently the founders were in favor of every kind of speech except those that got in the way of government aims. If Larry Flynt’s case went to the court right now, he would be a convict.

My support for Roberts and Alito was yet another instance in which I was little more than a useful idiot.

Cry me a river, moonbat. The Constitution is not blanket protection for juvenile sinners wishing to insult Our Lord. This brat should be imprisoned, not disciplined at school. Back in the days of the Founders, he would’ve been driven out of town on a rail after a tarring and feathering. If he was lucky.

God bless Roberts and Alito. They, along with Scalia and Thomas, have finally restored dignity and integrity to the Supreme Court, for the first time since Roosevelt packed it with a bunch of Communists in the 1930s and 1940s.

April 30, 2007

A Great Day for Protecting America

Filed under: Defending America,Justice/Law,Republicans,Supreme Court,Terrorism — Sisyphus @ 2:08 pm

The Supreme Court has ruled that police can’t be sued by cowardly, fleeing suspects:

“[Harris’] version of events is so utterly discredited by the record that no reasonable jury could have believed him,” Scalia said. “The Court of Appeals should not have relied on such visible fiction; it should have viewed the facts in the light depicted by the videotape.”

The lone dissenter was Justice John Paul Stevens, who made his views known in a rare oral summary during Monday’s public session. He said the other justices got carried away by the tape.

“I can only conclude that my colleagues were unduly frightened by two or three images on the tape,” Stevens noted.

The justice said it was not clear the chase threatened the lives of other citizens since the roads were mostly empty. “The risk inherent in justifying unwarranted police conduct on the basis of unfounded assumptions are unacceptable, particularly when less dramatic measures … could have avoided such a tragic result,” he cautioned.

It was the first time the high court has heard a case involving the use of deadly force in police chases, and federal appeals courts have been split on the issue. Under generally applied Supreme Court precedents, an officer must show a suspect poses a “significant threat of death or serious physical injury to the officer or others” before using deadly force.

And other federal courts have said officers can be stripped of qualified immunity from lawsuits if every “reasonable” law enforcement official would have known his actions were violating clearly established law.

Law enforcement groups argued a ruling against Scott would hamstring every police official, who often would have to make split-second decisions about whether to wait until someone gets hurt — including innocent victims or the officer himself — before they could stop escaping motorists.

Sense, sanity, and security have prevailed over the forces of lawlessness and chaos. Justice Stevens remains the most liberal, least rational Justice on the bench, but America continues to pass him by.

This is a victory for America, and a slap in the face of every do-gooder who hates policemen! Combined with the news of Tony Snow’s recovery, today has been an excellent day for patriots throughout this great nation.

April 18, 2007

Supreme Court Says No To Partial-Birth Abortion

Filed under: Abortion,John McCain,Pro-Life,Rudy Giuliani,Sam Brownback,Supreme Court — Psycheout @ 12:29 pm

In a victory for the pro-life movement and a slap in the face against Planned Parenthood and the pro-abortion industry, the Supreme Court upheld the Partial-Birth Abortion Ban Act of 2003 by a vote of 5-4.

Scotusblog provides the breakdown:

Joining Kennedy in the majority were the Chief Justice, and Justices Alito, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas. With Ginsburg in dissent were Justices Stephen G. Breyer, David H. Souter and John Paul Stevens. Thus, Alito’s replacement of retired Justice Sandra Day O’Connor made the most difference in turning the Court around from its 2000 decision in the Stenberg case. O’Connor was in the majority in that decision, as were the four dissenters in this new decision.

It looks like President Bush’s two successful nominations to the Supreme Court are paying dividends. Recall that Justice Alito was only nominated after Harriet Miers withdrew her nomination. And also note that Senator Brownback was an early critic of the Miers selection. Now is not the time select a candidate who will not continue to choose good pro-life judges. Sam Brownback has proven that he is one man we can trust.

Senator Brownback was elated at the news:

“I am very pleased that the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled to uphold the ban on partial birth abortions,” said Brownback. “This ban was enacted to put an end to one of the most grotesque forms of abortion, and it is completely in line with the respect for life that is at the very heart of our Constitution. This is a great step forward for our nation’s citizens, born and unborn.”


Brownback continued, “I applaud the Court for finding that the constitution ‘expresses respect for the dignity of human life,’ and hope that this decision signals the Court’s willingness to revisit and reverse Roe v. Wade.”

This is a good day for the pro-life movement and for potential victims of an abominable procedure. Hopefully today will remind conservative voters about Giuliani’s pro-abortion position and that Romney is only a convenient convert after being pro-abortion quite recently.

Update: B4B friend Billy Valentine reminded me of this quote from McCain on Brownback and the Alito nomination:

Alito was in the Senate hearing room that day largely because of Brownback’s efforts. Last October, after Bush named his personal lawyer, Harriet Miers, to the Supreme Court, Brownback politely but thoroughly demolished her nomination — on the grounds that she was insufficiently opposed to abortion. The day Miers withdrew her name, Sen. John McCain surprised the mob of reporters clamoring around Brownback outside the Senate chamber by grabbing his colleague’s shoulders. “Here’s the man who did it!” McCain shouted in admiration, a big smile on his face.

Be sure to read the reaction to the Supreme Court decision over at Students for Brownback. SFB should be on your daily read list.

Update 2: Students for Brownback is (always) on the case. See Brownback: Pro-life Victory — Video and Speech. But also be sure to check back here, frequently, at Blogs 4 Brownback. We try to keep up on the latest Brownback buzz!

Update 3: The Washington (com)Post’s Mary Ann Akers awarded Senator Brownback This Week’s Fundraising “Award.” Nice hit piece, Mary Ann. And you wonder why The Compost is used as bird cage liner across the nation?

Update 4: Giuliani praised the recent Supreme Court decision, but it appears that he was against banning PBA just a few years ago:

TIM RUSSERT (host): A banning of late-term abortions, so-called partial-birth abortions — you’re against that?

GIULIANI: I’m against it in New York, because in New York —

RUSSERT: Well, if you were a senator, would you vote with the president or against the president?

GIULIANI: I would vote to preserve the option for women. I think that choice is a very difficult one. It’s a very, very — it’s one in which people of conscience have very, very different opinions. I think the better thing for America to do is to leave that choice to the woman, because it affects her probably more than anyone else.

— Psycheout