Wednesday, November 23, 2005

Interview with a Rottweiler

I came across this interview with the Emperor Darth Misha of the Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler; this comment caught my attention:
...we already have a way of getting rid of judges overstepping their bounds. It’s called “impeachment” and I believe that it’s time that we made a demonstration, pour encourager les autres. When judges rule based on the letter of the law and nothing else they’re the last word as well they should be, but when they start inventing stuff that was never in there, they’re clearly usurping the powers of the legislative branch, which is more than sufficient grounds for impeachment.
Sounds doable, right? All we need are some congress-critters with "les couilles" to do what they were elected to do. "The House will be in order!" Mañana, mañana...

Here's another gem:
...Americans don’t deal well with defeats. Viet Nam traumatized America in a way that could never have happened where I came from, because we were used to not winning all the time. We’d win some, lose some, lick our wounds and jump right back up for the next round. That’s why the fifth column in this country is playing the Viet Nam angle so hard now, because they know that it’s the only way to defeat America. Forget about defeating us on the battlefield, that just isn’t going to happen, but ripping open that old ‘Nam wound works every time. It’s our greatest failing as a nation: We’re gun shy because, horror of horrors, we might lose. We lost once before, so who’s to say we won’t lose this time as well?
If you look at the U.S. Armed Forces, you’ll find that the Old South is disproportionately well represented among its most glorious fighters. I personally believe that one of the major reasons is that the South is used to the idea of losing and carrying on regardless. It’s not the end of the world, and just because you lost the last one, it doesn’t mean that you’ll lose ever again. The only guaranteed way of losing is if you lose the will to fight.
As a nation, however, we haven’t yet learned that lesson. If you combine that with the constant barrage from the left about moral relativism and how we’re not in the least bit better than anybody else, you have the real threat to our continued existence as a nation.
That, and the fact that we don’t know how to fight dirty when faced with an enemy like radical Islam. Our commitment to what is right is laudable and it is something that we should never give up because it makes us different from most other nations on the planet, but we shouldn’t commit to it so much that we lose sight of the greater picture, which is our ultimate survival.


Blogger Van Helsing said...

Where impeaching judges is concerned, let's start with Souter.

3:17 PM  

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