Friday, May 29, 2009

May 29, 2009

Kopp Disclosure
(John 3:19-21)


PBHO is gonna name a Cyber Czar.

I'm rooting for big Al who invented the net.

Why do I feel like singing about freedom with Janis in a fleeting kinda way?



Did I ever tell you why I like PBHO?

He reminds me sooooooo much of some of my younger professors when I was separating myself from reality by degrees.

Of course, I never wanted any of 'em to be, you know, uh, in charge/control of anyone/anything really important.

They had this idea/hallucination that they knew more about everything than anybody.

Professors are like that.

I know.

I'm one.

Read 1 Corinthians 1 sometime.


Sotomayor comes to mind.

I like the name - kinda reminds me of a cute convertible two-seater or Latino chopper shop.

Be that as it's not, she's gonna be confirmed because PBHO's in charge/control even if, like those younger professors of mine, he's leadin' with two feet planted firmly in the air.


I forgot.

Is there still another party besides his in America?

Be that as it is, the slow train's comin' and PBHO is the conductor.


I dated some of my younger female professors; though an older other gender one hit on me a few times.

It helped with grades and other, uh, measurements of life.

Judge Sotomayor kinda reminds me of one - a French professor - which means I may not be able to separate some thoughts on this nomination.

She seems qualified; or, at least, she's, uh, at least, as or even more qualified than the others sittin' on the bench already.

I probably woulda dated her too.



Of course, I dated lots of folks along the way and didn't marry 'em or want 'em to, you know, uh, be in charge/control of too much.

She has joked a lot about judges making more than interpreting laws: "...Court of Appeals is where policy is made. And I know, and I know, that this is on tape, and I should never say that. Because we don't 'make law,' I know..."

She's all for Roe v. Wade which means she gets the support of the mainliners.

She's got an interesting take on the 2nd Amendment: "The Second Amendment applies only to limitations the federal government seeks to impose on this right...not upon that of the state."

She has a very strict view of church-state separation; which is very good considering the mantra of her boss: "This is no longer a Christian nation."

She's gonna drive 'em wild on the big court when she gets there; noting 3 of her 5 decisions were reviewed and reversed by her soon-to-be colleagues with Chief Justice Roberts saying her method of reading the law "flies in the face of the statutory language."

She's kinda like a reverse racist; proclaiming at Berkeley Law School, "I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experience would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn't lived that life."

Two of her own former clerks have weighed in: One saying she "has an inflated opinion of herself and is kind of a bully on the bench" and another saying she's "not that smart and kind of a bully on the bench."


Aside from the dating memories, do I see/sense some qualities continuing to shape this new administration?

Now for the good news!

She loves the Yankees!

Maybe she's not gonna enable the socialist's agenda through that big court after all.



Speaking of sports, Michael Vick will be free to start playing football in about a month; and those closest to him say he's really, really, really sorry about, you know, being such a bad guy in the past.

Refreshing memories, he was a drug abuser who abused dogs in a major way.

Parenthetically, it's O.K. to murder unborn babies in America; but don't mess with Marley or Kopper.

Intellectual/moral consistency isn't exactly big around these parts these days.

Be that as it is, the Colts, Falcons, Jets, and Texans have already said they ain't interested; which means that other big Al on the left coast will probably offer a contract to him before training camps open.

Wanting to love Jesus which means I've gotta pray and labor to love like Jesus means I'm willing to forgive and kinda forget; and if I were a Lions fan, I'd declare absolute absolution and give anyone/anything a try at this point.

Besides, look at some of the miscreants who've not been denied an athletic way of making ends meet: Tris Speaker and Rogers Hornsby were KKKers, DiMaggio and Greenberg were connected, Ty Cobb bragged about murdering somebody, Grover Cleveland Alexander pitched drunk during prohibition, Sandy Koufax had an affinity for nonanabolic steroids, Mike Tyson always bit off more than he could chew, Joe Namath wore panty hose, Magic made HIV into a celebrity sport, Giambi is whacking away again in Oakland, and the "Birdman" is back in Denver.

I say give another chance to the VTecher.

It's the only, uh, Christian thing to do.


Here's one that's slippin' under the radar of the MSM.

Nine pastors in Pakistan could end up in prison because they used loudspeakers to broadcast sermons and prayers from their churches back on Easter.

While the Muslims get to screech all they want over loudspeakers from their cult towers/mosques all over Pakistan five times a day, Christians can't ring their bells or broadcast their stuff in areas under Islamic rule.

So the Christian pastors will probably go to jail or have their heads cut off with rusty Swiss Army knives in some kinda tribute to Allah and his bloodthirsty prophet.


I don't know if there's a connection, but one local hospital's chaplains are really ticked off at me for leaving Christian literature in, uh, hospital literature racks while not uttering a peep about the anti-Christian stuff infecting those racks and another local hospital's administration has just ordered the removal of all Gideons' Bibles because they could spread germs - Don't miss the metaphor on that one!!! - while not restricting the distribution of newspapers, other literature, and other stuff that could carry...

Do you hear Dylan singing about that slow train yet?



Well, you probably won't hear from me for about a week or so.

I'm heading to Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania which is just south of Scranton which is not JB's home town for some decent pizza and, uh, yeah, to see my parents and other relatives.

I'll be gone for about 4 days.

And if big Al becomes Cyber Czar, you may never hear from me again.


Blessings and Love!

Visit before the Cyber Czar shuts us down/up!!!

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