Who Ya Gonna Call?

Posted: May 20, 2016 by veeshir in Funniest End of Civilization Evah, Liberal Fascism, Notes on the Revolution, Obama's Fault

Important Update Below!!!!!! (now with added PDF link to the ruling!!!!)

In every court case where people are trying to get the Obama admin to follow the law, the Obama folks have been basically telling the courts they can suck it. Blown up hard-drives, data discarded after its been subpoenaed and just generally missing every deadline and letting the judge know their opinion of him.

So while this is funny and it sounds IMPORTANT!!!!!, it’s about useless.

In a stunning ruling, the judge overseeing the challenge by 26 states to President Obama’s executive action in immigration has ordered all lawyers “employed at the Justice Department in Washington, D.C. who appears, or seeks to appear, in a court (state or federal) in any of the 26 Plaintiff States annually attend a legal ethics course.”

Yeah, but as I”ve asked over and over, who’s going to enforce this order?

The “Justice” Dept? Federal Marshals? Congress? Powerpuff Girls?

As always, the Obama admin’s response can be summed up with, “How about you suck my balls?”

Chicago Machine Politics running rampant and getting more and more brazen.

After all, the media surely isn’t going to cover it, the “Justice” Dept is in charge of it, so who’s gonna stop them?

Federal Marshals? Congress? Powerpuff Girls?

Important Update Here!!!!!!!

Since nobody clicks links or reads comments (or posts I guess), here’s HayZeus’ comment that covered what I didn’t.

You know, I actually read the ruling myself when it came onto scribd last night (shut up) and after countless pages of ranting and raving about how the DOJ lawyers, get this, lied to him, I was more than a little let down when his remediation was ethics courses. Okay, yeah, he wasn’t gonna let them in his court again, but… ethics courses. Really? I mean, if this whole thing isn’t a billboard-sized illustration of how dead the rule of law is, then I don’t know what is.

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  1. HayZeus says:

    You know, I actually read the ruling myself when it came onto scribd last night (shut up) and after countless pages of ranting and raving about how the DOJ lawyers, get this, lied to him, I was more than a little let down when his remediation was ethics courses. Okay, yeah, he wasn’t gonna let them in his court again, but… ethics courses. Really? I mean, if this whole thing isn’t a billboard-sized illustration of how dead the rule of law is, then I don’t know what is. Eff me, can you tell me where your safe space is located again? ‘Cause I obviously haven’t calibrated my inebriation levels enough to laugh at this ish yet.

    • veeshir says:

      Are you some law-talking guy? I can speak the language, but I don’t really know the rules.

      Who can try to get them disbarred for repeatedly and knowingly lying to the court?
      They admitted to repeatedly lying when they knew the truth. Isn’t that grounds for disbarment?

      Can I? What to do I need for standing?

      I can show damages
      award the aggrieved parties the attorneys’ fees and costs that may have resulted due to the misconduct. …This Court finds, however, that this remedy is also inappropriate in this case. The taxpayers of the 26 Plaintiff States are already paying the attorneys’ fees, expenses and costs for the Plaintiff States. The taxpayers of all 50 states….

      I live in both the 50 states and the 26, so I’m paying for both sides.

      • HayZeus says:

        Are you some law-talking guy?

        A night at a Holiday Inn Express taught me everything I know about law. Wait, scratch that, I prolly picked up a thing or two from alexthechick before she dumped this moronblog for greener pastures. Anyway, point is, I don’t think that Hanen could have disbarred them himself (think that’d be on the ABA or other law society) but he certainly could (and in my book, should) have made the price a lot higher than he did. I mean, at least hold them in contempt ffs. Not to go all Godwin on you or anything but the whole thing reminds me of (awful retelling deleted) the quotes from the second part of this review of Defying Hitler. I wouldn’t recommend following the link until you’re well into your safe space, though, as you’ll need it to take the parallels from endy to fendy. :/

  2. veeshir says:

    the DOJ lawyers, get this, lied to him, I was more than a little let down when his remediation was ethics courses….

    That’s a very good point I kind of ignored and shouldn’t have.

    They’ve been telling judge after judge to suck their balls, letting them know the judiciary has no power over Obama and co. so trying to send them to ethics classes (ain’t gonna happen) and kicking them out of their courts are about all they can do.

    if this whole thing isn’t a billboard-sized illustration of how dead the rule of law is, then I don’t know what is.

    Yup. But since The NYTimesWashPostCNNABCCBSNBCetc. are going to ignore it, did it really happen?

    My safe space is my newest favorite state.
    Inebriation.

    Or is it a commonwealth?

    • HayZeus says:

      Yup. But since The NYTimesWashPostCNNABCCBSNBCetc. are going to ignore it, did it really happen?

      That funny thing about that is that they can memory hole that ish all they want but by doing so they’re playing right into Trump’s hands. Couldn’t happen to a nicer bunch of people.

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