Friday, June 29, 2012

FFOT: Chief Justice John Roberts

Dear sir,

Sir, your spiritual halitosis stinks of queef.  You obviously never had friends in elementary school, not without your parents having to pay for them. 

I'd say you are a fucking retard, but that fucking insults retards.  They, unlike you, are (if they are capable of holding a job at all) competent enough to know what their fucking job fucking expects of them.  You are a stupid fucking arrogant cock-snorking lawyer who apparently can't fucking read.  If you were fucking competent enough to fucking READ the FUCKING CONSTITUTION, you'd FUCKING KNOW your FUCKING JOB is to FUCKING UNDO FUCKING ILLEGAL AND FUCKING UNCONSTITUTIONAL FUCKING LEGISLATION, no matter how hard the ass-breathed fucksticks who drafted them fucking worked on them, nor how fucking long it fucking took.  If you could fucking READ your FUCKING JOB DESCRIPTION (not to MENTION the FUCKING FOUNDATION DOCUMENT FOR OUR FUCKING LAWS) you would have fucking voted AGAINST the fucking ASS-RAPE of a law that YOUR FUCKING VOTE FUCKING VIOLATED US WITH. 

May the fleas of a million camels infest your genetalia.  May your wife choose to kick you out of bed for the rest of your marriage.  May you fuck off with a extra-large cricket bat coated in superglue, glass shards, rusty barbed wire, and broken razor blades, so that you may know exactly the pain that you have inflicted upon the nation you are sworn to serve. 

Why don't you attempt to print off that law, roll it up, and shove it up your ass?

Thanks,

75% of The American People who Didn't Want Mandatory Medicaid

11 comments:

  1. H.H. I see what you are saying. Please read my post today. This will help Romney. So many are upset that Romney is seeing a jump in donations. Roberts did all of us a favor. He knows what he did. To me a well thought out plan.

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    1. I'd feel better about that if I fully trusted Romney to fully repeal it.

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    2. Rob, I see your point, but I tend to agree with Odysseus.

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  2. I can only second your FTFO, and add certain individuals on the left who are being extremely poor winners in all of this.

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    1. Ricki, I'd agree with you, but for one thing: even when they're winning, they're still losers.

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  3. I agree it should have been kicked out but that being said I don't think the final chapter has been written.

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    1. Maybe not, Duke, but right now it doesn't make me feel any better. I know what Medicaid is like, and I'd rather my children grow up not having that experience.

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  4. You should go and play now. I have decided to go to Dairy Queen and celebrate waking up this morning. Everything is going to be alright. the rat

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    1. I did--Odysseus and I took the pixie to her grandparents' house. Her brother, the imp, was already there. Did you know it takes four adults to keep up with two happy, hyper toddlers?

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  5. Toddlers are like cats. You need two cowboys per cat to herd them. My 3 year old, he's no exception.


    And like I say to my customers at work, "this is a lumberyard, not a library.*"

    I find very few people with such an eloquent way to tell someone off the way you do.

    *unless we have Amish or people who we haven't heard drop an 'f' bomb yet in the store, don't hold back if you don't want to.

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