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Hey Kids, Let’s Play “Pick a Supreme”

Your Stark Choices you sad bastards.


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  • Richard January 26, 2022, 11:46 AM

    Sir Edmund is too old and too white They’ll want someone there that can keep things effed up for decades. If they do manage to unload Harris, it accomplishes at least two things: 1) opens up the veep spot for Sir Edmund, after which Article 25 of the Constitution is quickly invoked. After successfully playing that card Hilldog is finally, by hook and by crook,Madame Prezeedent!
    2) Democrats get to illustrate the contempt they have for SCOTUS by installing such a light-weight. But Harris will be their light-weight who will do the bidding of her puppeteer.

  • Mike Austin January 26, 2022, 11:52 AM

    A friend just texted me this scenario:

    1. Kamala replaces Breyer.
    2. “Big Mike” Michelle Obama replaces Kamala.
    3. Biden receives the 25th Amendment treatment.
    4. The Obamas are back in the White House.

    There would still be the “Gang of Four”—the reliably dumb and horse-faced commie AOC, the brofo incest girl and well-infibulated Ilhan Omar, the reliably black Ayanna Presley, and that wildly unattractive Muslim rage-girl Rashida Tlaib. They will have their say through shrieking and screaming and barging in front of every camera and microphone they find. And Hillary still skulks about with her wine-soaked dreams of grandeur. And let us not forget the Bernie Bros. And there will be the all pervasive yelps of “Racism! Racism! Racism!”

    What a show! What a great time to be alive! Got popcorn?

    • Richard January 26, 2022, 1:52 PM

      OK, since we’re sitting around the campfire trying to scare the crap out of each other with nightmare scenarios, hows about this one?
      1) Kamel goes to SCOTUS
      2) Stacey Abrams becomes the veep
      3) 25th Amendment invoked and it’s bye bye Brandon and
      4) Hello, President Abrams
      Talk about maximizing the Cloward-Piven strategy of bringing the country to its knees.

      • TrangBang68 January 26, 2022, 3:17 PM

        I wouldn’t take Abrams too lightly. I think she’d be a real heavyweight

        • Snakepit Kansas January 27, 2022, 10:59 AM

          You could safely set a six pack on the top of that protruding ass.

          • Jack January 29, 2022, 2:07 PM

            You could safely sit a concrete mixer on the top of that protruding ass. Can you imagine being her Groom of The Stool?

  • Hyland January 26, 2022, 12:44 PM

    Joe declared a while back how he intends to fill a vacancy… it will be a black woman. The hell with this content of character stuff.

    • Jack January 26, 2022, 1:27 PM

      Joe did make that declaration and just like a gun tote’n Maoist, that is exactly what that baby raping sob will do, too.

    • TrangBang68 January 26, 2022, 3:20 PM

      I think he has his eye on Shaquita LaShondra MaQuashia “L’il Gangsta” Jones. His boy Humper recommended her because she don’t cut the rocks too much.

  • DAN January 26, 2022, 1:08 PM

    WHAT WERE YOU THINKING ?? how could you do that to your readers??? EYE BLEACH,

    • John the River January 26, 2022, 1:45 PM
      • Mike Austin January 26, 2022, 2:12 PM

        Much better. I’m healed!

      • Vanderleun January 26, 2022, 2:28 PM

        Oh yeah.

      • John G Condon January 26, 2022, 2:53 PM

        If you keep clicking through, the images change randomly.

        … What?

        • azlibertarian January 26, 2022, 3:10 PM

          Oh, thanks a lot for that, John. It is already the case that I can waste far more time on the internets than a gentleman ought to, but now that I’ve got that eyebleach website, I’ll never get anything done around here.

          • John G Condon January 26, 2022, 3:15 PM

            You’re welcome.

            The internal Craveman needs to be sated occasionally.

      • Humdeedee January 26, 2022, 7:35 PM

        I’m about as hetero as you can get but gosh what a beautiful display of womanhood that is! Back in the day I always looked forward to my husband’s monthly delivery of Playboy. I enjoyed the articles AND the pictures.

    • Vanderleun January 26, 2022, 2:25 PM

      The pleasure is to serve.

  • LadyBikki January 26, 2022, 2:03 PM

    I’ll take Flip Wilson for $1000 Alex.

    • Kevin in PA January 26, 2022, 2:25 PM

      Excuse me!
      That was Geraldine Wilson.

      • Rev.Bro. Generik Broderick January 26, 2022, 2:52 PM

        Devil made me do it

      • LadyBikki January 26, 2022, 4:44 PM

        …”here come da judge”
        My bad.

  • Dirk January 26, 2022, 2:08 PM

    I have really really bad news. the Obama’s ARE running this whitehouse. Don’t shit yourselves.

    And you left out the obvious one Garland.

    BIG D
    LITTLE IRK!

    • azlibertarian January 26, 2022, 3:21 PM

      I dunno about your idea about Garland. Obviously the D’s see Garland as the guy who would have been seated in “their” place on the Supreme bench had McConnell not stolen it from them. Had Biden not placed in as Attorney General, they might have been able to continue with the fiction that Garland was wronged. However, in his performance as Attorney General, Garland has demonstrated to anyone paying attention that he will stiff-arm legitimate questions that the narrative doesn’t want him to answer. I think that enough Americans would oppose him that might make it difficult to get the Senate to confirm him to the SC. JMO, and as always, YMMV.

      • Dirk January 26, 2022, 4:37 PM

        AZ, exactly. One of the things I really enjoy about AD, people here are informed!.
        Garlands willingness to blow thru the constitution could be just the ticket. He’s a known commodity .
        The real question is,,,,HOW do the communist keep such an effective operative in the game. As the AG, he’s gone in three years. SCOTUS, many many years. Garlands playable, like play dough . He’s worth much, long term.

        Lil black shoe polish, maybe some slap dancin he’s in!

    • ghostsniper January 28, 2022, 8:06 AM

      Please.
      When have negro’s ever in the history of the universe run anything properly?
      Unless you have a new meaning for the word “running”.

  • Dirk January 26, 2022, 2:11 PM

    The 25th. Our dear comrade Biden is nowhere close to being ousted via the 25th. It’s clear to,me that he’s slowed, sometime lost, but the 25th just isn’t going to be the ticket, at this time in space.

    Dirk

    • Mike Austin January 26, 2022, 2:16 PM

      True that. But then Seth Rich and Michael Hastings didn’t need the 25th Amendment either. There is always a way. From “Casablanca”: “We can’t decide whether he committed suicide or was shot while trying to escape.” Decisions…Decisions.

    • ghostsniper January 28, 2022, 8:08 AM

      Xiden might be successfully be impeached and charged with crimes.
      https://kunstler.com/clusterfuck-nation/old-man-look-at-your-life/

  • Mike Seyle January 26, 2022, 2:27 PM

    “But then Seth Rich and Michael Hastings didn’t need the 25th Amendment either. There is always a way.” That raises the hackles.

  • Mike Austin January 26, 2022, 4:05 PM

    These days every time some ancient judge from the US Supreme Court retires it seems like a rehearsal for the next civil war. It is so very predictable, so very tedious. So my question: What have such a court anyway? Why should five old folks decide the fate of 320,000,000 Americans? Sounds a lot like tyranny to me.

    The Supreme Court is one of those errors made way back in 1787. Far better especially for lovers of “states’ rights” and federalism if the highest courts in the land were the individual state supreme courts. A decision in, for example, Iowa, would have no bearing in the other 49 states.

    This would be another way the states could tell Washington DC to go pound sand.

    • Dirk January 26, 2022, 4:42 PM

      Mike I’m listening, what/ who is/ are the gate keepers without SCOTUS. I happen to think SCOTUS is functional, but agree, It’s time for age limits. And politics left or right MUST be stopped. The jobs is actually simple. Enforce what the Founding document intended.

      Dirk

      • Mike Austin January 26, 2022, 5:26 PM

        Eliminate SCOTUS. Raise voting age to 25. Senators and Representatives serve for only one term, president also but for 6 years. Get rid of the 17th Amendment. Greatly restrict citizenship—property owners only; all citizens must carry a gun; voting only with two photo IDs; only paper ballots. Get rid of all 3-letter agencies including the IRS. Eliminate the State Department. Leave all international organizations, including NATO and the UN. Send all felons to serve their time in Africa. Tell almost every foreign leader to fuck off.

        Just getting started…

        • Dirk January 26, 2022, 6:25 PM

          Mike,,,, Mike,,,, Mike, I’m smiling but you literally danced around the question.

          I’ll restate that question.

          WHO/WHAT would become gate keepers? If not SCOTUS?

          While I have zero problems with most of your thought. My question is fundamental. WHO/WHAT?

          • Mike Austin January 27, 2022, 2:10 AM

            “Quis custodiet ipsos custodes?” This has been a fundamental problem of government for 6000 years. It is insoluble. You can apply this same question to any monarch, parliament, consul—or court. So who would watch over the Supreme Court? Since Marbury the court has been out of control, with no government body to rein it in. The so-called “checks and balances” concerning the Supreme Court in the Constitution are remarkably weak and thus worthless. By removing the court you would remove a source of untrammeled power and corruption. For once the court is corrupted, nothing can stop it. And it has been a source of tyranny for more than 100 years.

            So “quis custodiet ipsos custodes?” By removing a source of national corruption, and place the highest judicial power in each state supreme court, thereby keeping any malfeasance localized. Additionally, allow each state legislature to override its state supreme court with a simple majority.

            Each state would then revert to what the Founders planned, “laboratories of democracy”.

            • Brian_E January 30, 2022, 8:21 PM

              Indeed: “quis custodiet ipsos custodes?”

              Who watches the watchmen….? It is indeed the eternal question.
              Ultimately, we – each and every one of us do.
              And THIS – is why John Adams said that:
              Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.
              WHY? Because such a people are able to, at least to a reasonable degree – restrain themselves. They can be trusted to not need someone to constantly watch over them.

              @Mike Austin – and FWIW, I like the way you think. Your solution may be the only one to properly address the current issues, but it implies a much looser federation of states. Not that that would be a bad thing. 😉

        • Humdeedee January 26, 2022, 7:40 PM

          Ohhhhhh no! You stopped too soon. I was just about to orgasm.

    • John A. Fleming January 26, 2022, 5:32 PM

      Mike, the Constitution of 1787 was what you are asking for. The USSC in those days had very little power over the laws of the several States, except when resolving disputes between States and individuals. The problem was the Democrats insisted on slavery in several States, and the rest of the States grew increasingly hostile to its expansion throughout the country. The issue was resolved in a contest of arms, and the victor codified the outcome in the 14th Amendment, which gave the USSC direct power over the state laws.
      It is what it is. Our forefathers were unable to resolve their dispute peacefully, so we got the Constitution of 1868.
      One curious thing I just noticed. The 14th requires the States to provide equal protection of the laws to their inhabitants, but no such explicit blanket language exists for the Federals. Other than the guarantees of the Bill of Rights. Ooh, that means when the Federals have singular control of health care say, they can discriminate in its provisioning on whatever arbitrary criteria the Legislature so chooses. The only constraint would be whether these “unequal” laws can be justified as “necessary and proper”, a pretty weak bulwark easily overcome by tyrants.

      • Mike Austin January 27, 2022, 2:54 AM

        I would take the original 1787 Constitution—though without Article III unless it pertained only to state courts—though I much prefer the Articles of Confederation. Historians, most of whom are dutiful servants to “the powers that be”, go on and on about how the Articles were too weak and had to be replaced. They always fall back upon Shays’ Rebellion as the main reason, even though that was a purely localized event and easily put down by state and local militias. More to the point: If the Articles were so weak, then how could it be the governing body under which the richest and most powerful empire at the time, Great Britain, was defeated by 13 states with no navy, no money and scarcely an army?

        And true to form, once the Constitution was ratified almost the first thing it allowed was to make war upon American citizens in the Whiskey Rebellion. Then the 2nd president, John Adams, simply by using his pen nullified much of the Bill of Rights in his Alien and Sedition Acts. Nobody could stop this blatant tyranny.

        Almost every source of friction and tyranny over the American people since Marbury was aided and abetted by the US Supreme Court: legalized slavery in every state, the income tax, special rights and privileges for sodomites, legalized abortion, Prohibition, school busing—and on and on.

        We have now reached a point where the Constitution—whether using 1787 or 1868 as a base year—is simply ignored. Presidents and courts make law, the legislature is solely interested in pelt and pelf, the Supreme Court justifies whatever “the powers that be” want justified, the Bill of Rights is used against the American people. Lawlessness runs amok and the Constitution can do nothing to stop it.

        This situation is untenable and immoral and—by its own Constitutional lights—illegal. It will a national disaster and a “Man on Horseback” to resolve these issues.

  • Kneale Smyth January 26, 2022, 4:32 PM

    Why not “Mad” Maxine Waters.

    • Mike Austin January 26, 2022, 5:17 PM

      Why not? A clown show needs clowns.

      • Vanderleun January 26, 2022, 6:49 PM

        I looked at the images but I was too repulsed to use them.

  • John A. Fleming January 26, 2022, 5:40 PM

    Bah. Doesn’t matter the name, it’ll be a dependable mediocrity.
    Dependable:
    1. Every expansion of Federal power is allowed.
    2. Every reduction in the secured rights of the people and the power of the States is allowed.
    3. Every limitation of Federal and State power is disapproved.
    4. In disputes in equity between States, the Democrats always win.
    Doesn’t take a genius for that. Any mediocre lawyer y can write a legal word salad justification for those four.

    • John A. Fleming January 26, 2022, 8:08 PM

      Wait, I just realized that also applies to all the “Republican” USSC judges. You don’t get to be any kind of a Federal judge unless you are in the Club, committed to always increasing government power and finding further reasons to weaken the security of the Rights of We the People. When there is a conflict between the People and their government, the judges seek for a compromise that preserves government and judicial power. The people are never, never allowed to win an outright victory. That ratchet does not go backwards.

      • azlibertarian January 27, 2022, 8:12 AM

        …You don’t get to be any kind of a Federal judge unless you are in the Club….

        Yeah, I agree. Those of us from the Right (which is not necessarily a synonym for “Republican”) have been particularly ill-served by judicial appointments originating from recommendations from The Federalist Society. Pretty much every Republican President has used Federalist Society lists…some more than others…but these nominees to the Bench almost never fail to disappoint.

  • PA Cat January 26, 2022, 5:55 PM

    The definitive list of SCOTUS nominees, courtesy of the Babylon Bee:

    “Ever since Justice Stephen Breyer announced his retirement from the Supreme Court, the President has been feverishly sifting through binders full of black women in search of the next great SCOTUS nominee.

    The Babylon Bee has received an exclusive look at Biden’s list of potential SCOTUS nominees. Surprisingly, they’re not all black women.

    DISCLAIMER: The following list of names and comments are taken verbatim from Biden’s list and do not reflect the views of The Babylon Bee.

    Queen Latifa: She’s black, female, and sassy! That’s a win-win-win scenario.

    Michelle Obama: Barack will kill me if I don’t nominate her.

    Rachel Dolezal: A woman who is also black.

    Whoopie Goldberg: She was a nun. That’ll help me look Catholic! Actually– maybe we can just replace the whole court with The View. Gotta’ ask Jill.

    Aunt Jemima: I can’t believe they fired that poor woman. The Pearl Mining Company just wants to keep her in chains!

    Mrs. Butterworth: She’s probably black. I can’t tell.

    Peter Dinklage: He could use a boost.

    Xi Jinping: We already have a good working relationship.

    Greta Thunberg: Our court would be well served by this infallible child of light. She’s black, right?

    Hunter Biden: He should fit right in. This may be the easiest nominee to push through. Gotta’ tell Jill.

    Donald Trump: The only way to keep him from running for President.

    Vladimir Putin: The only way to keep him from invading Ukraine.

    Kamala Harris: The only way to keep her from killing me. Plus, she’s black! (Editor’s Note: The word ‘black’ was circled three times)

    Noticeably absent from the list is former Obama appointee, Merrick Garland. Sources confirm he doesn’t tick any intersectional boxes which makes him a major liability.”

    https://babylonbee.com/news/exclusive-the-babylon-bee-has-obtained-bidens-list-of-possible-scotus-nominees

    • julie January 26, 2022, 6:37 PM

      They forgot Oprah.

      • Vanderleun January 26, 2022, 6:51 PM

        The only invite Oprah if they’re planning a long pig luau.

        • Dirk January 27, 2022, 3:00 PM

          Ouch!

  • ghostsniper January 26, 2022, 7:13 PM

    Got another 40 pmags and 1000 rds of 556 in, so I’m too busy for gov’t silliness. Them things don’t load themselves you know!

    • Dirk January 27, 2022, 3:26 PM

      40? Ca me when you get to 150 plus. Seriously, 1000 RDs for EVERY caliber you own plus at least ten mags should be the standard. Good on you Ghost.

      I’m back in Reno for med stuff tomorrow, on our 4.5 hour drive here we counted 14 vehicle both ways, until just south of Susanville, maybe sixty miles north. Went to Sheels store in Sparks right away. Ammo mags loading stuff was plentiful.

      Some things are missing. I was specifically looking for Lapua casings for my 338 lm. Nada! Was able to finally score 500 250 g bullets from Sierra, zero in the 300 g weight. This was from Natchez on the net.

      VI

      • Snakepit Kansas January 28, 2022, 7:34 AM

        Dirk,
        I would recommend at least 2K rounds for the AR, 2K rounds for the primary pistol and 2K rounds of .22LR.

        If things to to hell, the primary currency will become ammunition and Snickers bars.

        EVERY caliber? I’m not going to assemble or acquire that much ammo for my .41MAG or 7mmWbyMAG, for example.

        • ghostsniper January 28, 2022, 8:18 AM

          I’m not going to get into precise numbers of my total inventory of ammo, which consists of just 5 different calibers, but it will not fit in the bed of my S10 truck. I misspoke earlier, it was 48 not 40 pmags. Sportsmans guide was running a special, 12 for $99 so I grabbed a 4 pack. I forget which gen but they have the “windows” (gen 3?) on them and they are all black.

  • Annie Rose January 27, 2022, 7:05 AM

    To really stick it to the people they will
    choose a Muslima-Ilhan or Rashid.

    • Mike Austin January 27, 2022, 7:20 AM

      For pure comedic value I hope Biden chooses “the brofo incest girl and well-infibulated Ilhan Omar.” A sub-IQ Muslim on the court! Eventually the court will be entirely composed of Muslims, sexual depravities and the multi-gendered. But of course, that “eventually” will never arrive. Long before then the whole edifice of American governance will collapse into an immense and degenerate dung-heap covered in flies and worms.

  • RedBeard January 27, 2022, 10:03 AM

    Whoever Brainless Biden picks for SCOTUS, the person will be a satanic, drunken, racist, sexual predator and pedophile.
    And whoever that nominee is, they sexually assaulted me 25 years ago!
    Get it? Fight dirty like the liberals do.

    https://pjmedia.com/news-and-politics/matt-margolis/2022/01/26/bidens-supreme-court-pick-sexually-assaulted-me-25-years-ago-n1553363

  • Hyland January 27, 2022, 7:50 PM

    This Vermont dude Styx is maybe late-20’s tops, but is an astute political-science major and commentator. Currently living in Amsterdam he’s the constant observer of the American experiment. Here’s his analysis of Breyer’s farewell and how a replacement might occur.
    https://www.bitchute.com/video/aO0W2AI6hPQ/

  • Leslie January 27, 2022, 8:22 PM

    Garrett Ziegler, formerly of the Trump White House, says it will be Stacy Abrams sister. He is 25, and smart as a whip. Worth following.

    • Mike Austin January 28, 2022, 5:29 AM

      Wow! A whole 25! What can we expect from such a callow lad who is as “smart as a whip”? I see that this kid has never had a real job in his life. Such life experience he must posses! I’m impressed!

  • Tom Hyland January 28, 2022, 9:25 AM

    I’m not familiar with Ziegler, but it’s good you’ve retired from “teaching” Mike so you won’t be bullying young kids anymore. However, I’m sure you thought you were the cat’s whiskers at age 25… tell us all about it. You will, I’m waiting for it. I like the item RedBeard posted. Youngster Matt Margolis wrote a snarky, clever, amusing item at pjmedia. I’ll be watching for Margolis in the future. Is he 25 years old? Heaven forbid. Leslie… here’s a youngster who goes by “Styx”, from Vermont, currently living in Amsterdam, a political-science major, as astute an observer of the American folly as any I’ve encountered. This guy can’t be much more than 25 and he’s quite brilliant. Here’s what he’s saying about Breyer stepping down from SCOTUS: https://www.bitchute.com/video/aO0W2AI6hPQ/

  • Hyland January 28, 2022, 10:45 AM

    I’m not familiar with Ziegler, but it’s good you’ve retired from “teaching” Mike so you won’t be bullying young kids anymore. However, I’m sure you thought you were the cat’s whiskers at age 25… tell us all about it. You will, I’m waiting for it. I like the item redbeard posted. Youngster Matt Margolis wrote a snarky, clever, amusing item at pjmedia. I’ll be watching for Margolis in the future. Is he 25 years old? Heaven forbid. Leslie… here’s a youngster who goes by “Styx”, from Vermont, currently living in Amsterdam, a political-science major, as astute an observer of the American folly as any I’ve encountered. This guy can’t be much more than 25 and he’s quite brilliant. Here’s what he’s saying about Breyer stepping down from SCOTUS: https://www.bitchute.com/video/aO0W2AI6hPQ/