Wednesday, April 11, 2012

J is for - Jillions Joke as Jay, the Jester, caJoles and Justifies Juvenile Judgments of the Jackanapes Jabbing at the Judiciary and challenging the Jurisdiction and Jurisprudence of the Justices to the Jocular Jeering and Jousting of Journalists.

(Title Translation:   Obama Sends His Toady To Defend The Indefensible.)

  This president has a habit of running off at the mouth and then, after He drops His bombs, He sends Jay Carney in to mop up the mess.

 At first I felt sorry for Jay.  He seems so young, and so enamored, and so infatuated with the One.  Week after week he would stand in front of the press and try to convince them that Obama didn’t really say what everyone thinks they heard Him say.  He won’t even admit that the president misspoke; he just implies that we all misunderstood.  I don’t know how he puts up with it. 

 Our constitution provides us a representative form of government that was designed to protect us (the people) from tyranny.  Obama’s recent challenge to the authority of the Supreme Court was neither a gaffe nor a mistake.  It was absolutely intentional.   He promised that He would radically change the country and that’s what He is doing.  He seems to be a Marxist demagogue.  He wants to seize total power and control for the Executive, and render the Judicial and Legislative branches impotent and irrelevant.  

 The problem with Obama’s speeches is that He uses WORDS; English WORDS.  And they are recorded so every one of us can hear them.  And then here comes Jay to explain, spin,  and interpret those words.

 In this case he suggested to the ignorant press corps (pronounced “core,” not “corpse”) that “the reason people didn’t understandObama’s court comment is because He is a smart law professor” who was "speaking in shorthand."

 Well, He is NOT a law professor (and He never has been) but I digress.  Jay does not need to explain to us what the president said when WE ALL HEARD EXACTLY WHAT HE SAID IN PLAIN ENGLISH.  It wasn't in shorthand and it wasn’t that hard to understand (even for me).

 CBS reporter, Bill Plante, may be blackballed from futurepress conferences for his critical questioning but U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge Jerry Smith will not be be bullied by the president.   He and two other judges issued a demand that the Administration’s  Justice Department provide a three-page, single-spaced letter affirming thefederal court's authority to rule on constitutional challenges to legislation.   

 Jay won’t have to try to explain this one to the Judges.   Eric Holder will have to stay after school on behalf of the president and write on the blackboard one hundred times, “I will not disrespect the judicial branch of the United States government.”

 One thing consistently characterizes this president; He will say anything – ANYTHING.  So Mr. President, maybe after this you might try thinking before talking. Or Not! 

Eloquent lips are unsuited to a godless fool—
how much worse lying lips to a ruler!   Proverbs 17:7

4 comments:

Eddie Eddings said...

No one...but, no one...beats your titles!

Ralph M. Petersen-Always Right; Sometimes Wrong! said...

Thanks Eddie;

I take that as a compliment from a genius.

Glenn E. Chatfield said...

I have been enjoying the titles and wonder how long it takes you to think them up. That takes a lot of work!!

Ralph M. Petersen-Always Right; Sometimes Wrong! said...

Glenn,

I appreciate that you are enjoying the titles; they do take a long time.

Next Wed. (4-18-12) my post will be on the letter "P" and the article I plan to write is about alliteration. In it I will describe the process I have employed to compose these titles.