Joined: Aug. 2006
|Quote (dvunkannon @ Oct. 16 2008,20:49)|
|Wow, 7 out of 10 responses to Scooter's post on Joe the Plumber are from... Scooter!|
By Nov 4, Scooter will be the only one left on UD, and he won't even notice.
As sparc observed, very John Davisonesque. I like this bit where DT steers back into Obama-is-ineligible-to-be-President
mode and displays his lack of knowledge of recent American political history:
Nobody really needs to talk about the citizenship issue for it to play out. It's in one federal court in PA, one state court in WA, and rest assured courts don't take public opinion polls to decide the law. It isn't going away. It just gets to be a bigger and bigger mess the longer it goes on if it finally turns out Obama isn't qualified under the constituion. Obama's probably going to get disbarred over this as he had to swear under penalty of perjury when getting a license to practice law that he had not used any names other than Barrack Hussein Obama II. Pretty clearly he was also using Barry Soetoro as a minor in Indonesia (the law makes no distinction about your age) and as late as 20 years of age when he allegedly travelled to Pakistan using an Indonesian passport in that name during a time when you couldn't get into Pakistan with a U.S. passport. Perjury is an impeachable crime. Clinton almost got impeached for lying about a perfectly legal bj. Imagine how much worse for lying about the names you've used in the past.
My emphasis. Actually, you're wrong, Dave, he was impeached (try this link if you feel more at home there). But don't be too hard on yourself; it's a common misconception. Wikipedia:
|A typical misconception is to confuse it with direct and involuntary removal from office|
Also, I like the little grammatical twist in calling the blowjob "perfectly legal". It seems to shift the emphasis away from the lying bit, which I find odd. Just saying.
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