Bork RIP

Posted on December 20, 2012 1:00 pm

I feel like I should say something about the passing of Robert Bork, but I just don’t know very much. When his infamous confirmation hearing was going on, I was eight. So I only really know him as this guy the Swedish Chef from the Muppets was really excited about. And it was such a sad incident. This great judicial scholar was kept out of office by lying dimwits — one of whom is now vice president. Just another reminder of what a bad state our country is in and how things could have been better had conservatives fought harder earlier. Lesson learned: When you see a hippie’s face, you punch it right away. You never hesitate.

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4 Responses to “Bork RIP”

  1. Mxymaster says:

    When I think about how much jackassery, dimwittery, hippie shenanigans, and tomfoolery might have been avoided with a Bork bench, it makes me sad. Of course, that’s exactly what the jackasses, dimwits, hippies, and fools want.

    Punch them all!

  2. Son of Bob says:

    Yep, Republicans sat back and did nothing as a mentally insane Joe Biden and a drunken, murdering rapist named Ted Kennedy steamrolled over this good man. Republicans were wimps then, and they’re wimps now.

  3. Bunkerhillbilly says:

    A little background on Bork…he was the man tasked by Nixon to clear out the USAG’s office…from Archibald Cox on down, Bork wielded the ax with cool precision.

    Cox was a close friend of the Kennedys, often flying up to Hyannis to spend weekends sipping gin and tonics and, no doubt watch, if not join in with, Teddy Bahstool as he’d vomit on the vast expanse of lawn before passing out.

    Kennedy carried a major grudge for his friend’s firing. (I mean, how dare Bork impede Cox’s pursuit of the eeeee-vile Nixon!?)

    When Bork was nominated by Reagan, Teddy saw a chance go get a bit of his own back. (Booze-soaked bastid.)

  4. Jimmy says:

    Comments one through three are excellent.

    The only thing I’d like to add is that the Republican Party is dead.

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