Ten minutes ago I was once again caught at the dinner table whilst tv news spewed forth.
This time I have to say I was impressed. For once in my life, I heard a newscaster blatantly lambast the American court system and stand up for a the Second Amendment to the Constitution.
Damn near fell out of my chair! By the end of Dobbs' rant-- and no bones about it folks, that's what he did, verbally pummeling not only the court system but congerssmembers, the NRA to a degree, and a slew of other deserving spineless pieces of offal that grace orifices of power-- I was grinning from ear to ear and affirmatively nodding my noodle so vigorously you'd have thought I was at a Metallica concert!
I'm sure many of you are familiar with our esteemed gubmint's case against one (sp?) Olafsen; for those who aren't and are interested, do a google search... [after completing my post, I searched EVERYWHERE; can't find any hint on the case; not one iota on cnn, the nra--nothing. nada. ZIP. Sad; very sad. proves my last paragraph. Or my sad search skills!] My point here is not to familiarize you with details; many more and better-qualified (Ken? Care to give it a go?) than I can do that. I just wanted to say that I do believe tonight was the first time in my ill-lustrious forty-one years that watching a newscast caused a shit-eating grin wider than my native state (the Lone Star one, folks; that's a pretty darn big grin! And a lot o' cloaca consumption... Guess yall got some crappy post-reading coming in the future HARHAR!!!).
Now, where are these types of media personae EVERY SINGLE DAY? Chances are, deeper than nose-deep up Mr Bigshot's anal sphincter...
Saratoga Star Spring, Saratoga, NY. ca. 1865.
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