Mercator said:Who says there is no worse than these two?
Stop raining on my parade.Mercator said:Who says there is no worse than these two?
wasteofo2 said:Stop raining on my parade.
Imagine you're in London around '42, and the shelling's just stopped for the night. You're not gonna say "well, who knows, maybe they ran out of the small bombs", you're gonna celebrate and be merry!
Even if Bush appoints someone as bad as, or worse than Ashcroft, there will still be a precious few hours, or maybe even days, where our Constitution isn't being erroded.
Lemme have fun just for tonight. I'll sober up tomorrow and build a bigger shelter.Mercator said:Waste, I think it is better to prepare for the big bombs. Specially if you know that the bomber just got permission to do as he pleases!
Yeah, i aws gonna say the one that ended prohibition.wasteofo2 said:Anyone wanna put wagers on which will be the only Amendment(s) that Ashcroft's replacement doesn't trash?
I'm gonna bet he leaves #2 alone, and he might keep the one that ended prohibition, but other than that, I dunno...
OK - maybe the Ashcroft as a 'future Supreme Court nominee thread' - can wait for tomorrow.wasteofo2 said:Lemme have fun just for tonight. I'll sober up tomorrow and build a bigger shelter.
Tigers2B1 said:OK - maybe the Ashcroft as a 'future Supreme Court nominee thread' - can wait for tomorrow.
Smurf said:Franz even you will be welcomed in Canada.
Tsunami said:I don't know if I'd go that far!!! :rofl: :rofl: :rofl:
The_Professional said:I just read on somebody's post at Slashdot that Ashcroft is resigning to prepare himself for the Supreme Court. What's the deal?
http://apnews.myway.com/article/20041110/D8694G201.htmlWASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush has chosen White House counsel Alberto Gonzales, a Texas confidant and one of the most prominent Hispanics in the administration, to succeed Attorney General John Ashcroft, sources close to the White House said Wednesday….