Friday, August 22, 2003

A real qualification for a federal judge is to be, well, fair and balanced. It would appear that federal District Court Judge Denny Chin fits that qualification.

Naturally, the snivelling ninnies at FoxNews are snivelling about it.

About Denny Chin... Clinton appointee to Southern District of New York,3 of his cases became Law & Order plotlines, was asked about connections to Clinton fundraiser John Huang simply because Chin is Asian (Klayman admitted it in open court.).

Judge Roy Moore thumbs his nose at the rule of law. The GOP (specifically John Hostettler (R-religiously insane)) finds Moore's fit of pique to be just swell. (via CalPundit)

Repeat after me - breaking the law is OK if you're a GOP member.

Monday, August 18, 2003

I have to wonder whether the following is actually the case or not, but it appears to be in keeping with the tension between Gray Davis and Cruz Bustamante. Bustamante and his top consultant Richie Ross are charging that the Davis camp contacted tribal leaders urging them to sit out the second part of the recall ballot. Says Ross,
They're contacting potential supporters and contributors and telling them don't give [money] and don't support Bustamante's effort
([money] inserted by SacBee.)

For the part of Gray Davis' campaign, they had the following denial from spokesman Gabriel Sanchez,

The governor and Mrs. Davis have been very complimentary toward the lieutenant governor. There is no ill will here. It's just not true. We're focused on urging voters to vote no on the recall, and we welcome the lieutenant governor's support in that effort.
Looking closely, this amounts to a classic non-denial denial, leaving out completely the issue of what to do about the second part of the ballot.

I have to admit that it is hard to believe that the charges from Bustamante are true. It would be almost sub-idiotic for Davis aides to try to contact Bustamante's biggest supporters knowing that they can simply bust a phone call back to Bustamante's camp asking, "What gives?" But no one's ever gone broke overestimating the intelligence of political hacks.

Meanwhile, the GOP is claiming to enjoy the ongoing tension between Davis and Bustamante while ignoring the foodfights within their own party, with soon-to-be two-time-loser in one year Bill Simon (R-inept moron) taking the fight to Ahnold.

Sunday, August 17, 2003

Well, it's no longer Fair and Balanced Friday, but to be Fair and Balanced, here's an opinion from the Clinton-hating cranks about the Fox-Franken lawsuit. Take it away John Derbyshire, you wannabe killer you...
Look: Bill O'Reilly, with all his numerous faults is a Good Thing. Al Franken is a hysterical, delusional, ...dork. OK? BUT this lawsuit Fox has launched against Franken's publisher (apparently at O'Reilly's instigation) stinks, and should be laughed out of court, and then laughed at some more in the public forum.
(via Bartcop)

You know you're all wet when even the National Review thinks your suit is idiotic.

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