Sunday, March 22, 2009

D.C. man gives judge whut fer; rewarded for his trouble with visit from federal marshals

You'll have to pardon my getting a good laugh out of this story, but this guy really lets this judge have it, something along the lines of the way Vicki Weaver gave a federal judge a written piece of her mind just before an FBI sniper-thug, working under rules developed from an FBI profile of Vicki worked up from her letter, ensured that she wouldn't live to do it again.

In that sense the story isn't at all funny. It is hilariously funny, however, the way this person sarcastically rips this judge apart. But I guess some people just can't see the humor in it:

Jesse Merrell told WND he was reacting to Judge James Robertson's decision to throw out a case challenging Obama's eligibility because the issue had been thoroughly "twittered."

Merrell sarcastically gave the judge a "good-for-you."

"How dare people use a flimsy thing like the Constitution to darken your sanctimonious door!" he wrote to the judge. "The insane idea that a blue-gum baboon slashing our Constitution has to prove U.S. citizenship – as our silly old Constitution demands – is too absurd to consider in the sacred chambers of the tiny tin gods of the Potomac, adorning the royal purple and sipping Jim Jones Kool-Aid [TM: That's poison laden Kool-Aid, for anyone that doesn't know].

"Thanks to smug, slimy shysters like you, Obama gets a free ride – snootily stomping on our foolish Constitution, which supercilious idiots like you have long ago shredded for their own stupid opinions!" Merrell continued in the letter, a copy of which he provided to WND.

He finished with his speculation on what "ought" to happen to the judge, a physical act not appropriate for a family-oriented report.

That last bit there about Merrill's speculation on what ought to happen to this judge, and WND's pronouncing it to be "not appropriate" for a family-oriented report, having read what had preceded it, was the initial line that had me laughing out loud. I quickly regained my composure and proceeded to read on, not expecting that the story would get even better, but simply that I would learn more about what caused the extent of Merrill's anger towards the judge.

Boy was I in for a pleasant surprise! Jesse Merrill apparently had a few choice words for the federal marshals that visited him at his home, after which visit he quickly fired off yet another scathing letter to the judge in question, excerpts from which are also posted in the WND article. Be sure to read it.

I don't know about you, but I'm just dying to learn what exactly Merrill's thoughts were as to what ought to happen to this judge. I guess we'll never know, but it probably relates in some way to what happened to Merrill's fourth great grandfather. Personally I think a good public tarring and feathering would suffice to do the job in most cases. As related in the story, Merrill's anger at this judge's decision is a direct result of the judge's insolently trampling on the constitution, using for his excuse to do so a blatant lie concerning the public's awareness of Barack Obama's eligibility issues two years prior to his running for the presidency. And he expects to be able to get away with this with impunity? Yeah, a good tarring and feathering would work wonders in his case.