Saturday, January 23, 2016


Today I would like to offer my commentary on a few topics. Some issues are political and some are personal. I find all extremely interesting and hope that you do too.

The entire GOP is trying to devise a plot to remove (Curley) Donald Trump from the Republican primaries, or at least to retire him from his current pole position status. So what they must do to pluck him from the winner's circle is to show that he is a big loser: a fake, a phony, a fraud. They must show that he can lose some of his vast wealth, be defeated in the business of making money. That is his forte where he is king. That's a hard task, right? Not really. All they have to do is talk Curley into opening an all you can eat buffet in pudgy prosecutor Chris (Lead Belly) Christie's neighborhood and watch "Lead Belly" eat his fortune. "Curley" Trump will be flat broke by April Fool's Day and will probably wind up as one of New York's homeless. Bravo! Problem solved. Then they can advance on destroying that predator enabling Hillary (The Eraser) Clinton.

The GOP says "NO" to gun control, Muslims, Mexicans and Clean Air/Water--so if not for War and Greed just what is it the Republicans stand for?

I read a few weeks ago that Supreme Court Judge Antonin Scalia revealed his personal prejudiced opinion on why African Americans should not be the recipients of affirmative action to compensate them for past wrongs. He tried to explain away his negative statements by asserting that the bias was in the argument that he was presenting and not his own sentiment, but he was not just presenting the argument he was championing it as it was his own. All of the people (mostly lawyers) who believe that when an individual slips on a black robe they spontaneously receive the wisdom of Solomon and become void of all preconceived convictions both positive and negative are morons. These experiences are part of their life. It is who they are.

The judge on my case Brian (Buster Brown) Cogan allowed his anti-Italian bias to ooze forth as a regular occurrence. I remember once in particular when (because of the length of trial and it being the time that we would eat our main meal) we asked if we might be allowed to substitute food from the Court House Coffee Shop for the four slices of bread and one slice of each bologna and cheese that the court marshals provided once daily. "Buster Brown" Cogan (in a full courtroom) ranted about how he was not going to allow us to dine at the River Cafe. Huh? No doubt he got a flashback of a mental scene that was drawn from a past experience, book or movie that made him feel that all Italian American "alleged Mafioso" eat only at the River Cafe or some other high-priced restaurant and it angered him. So anyway he had many such outbursts where he let his anti-Italian hatred show. He even said to the other attorneys at sidebar while arguing a legal point: "Come on you know they were there." (at the crime scene)

So I think that Justice Scalia and my own Judge Cogan unwittingly exposed their bloomers to us and we saw dirt on them. But by no means is this a rare occurrance. It is rather commonplace in most courtrooms in our country. The people that think these humans can leave their essence in chambers when they take the bench are fools because these judges love, hate, laugh, cry and err just as we do; except they answer to no one and they own their judgeships for life.

Every person in the country knows that every state court and the federal courts have a separate and privileged way for dealing with their wealthy criminals. It is almost always done though secret negotiations that always seem to result in a sensational deal for the opulent scumbags. The key is confidential, classified and hidden negotiations. You see all the courts in the land must give the appearance of equality (equal justice for all) or risk rebellion from the people. So this is why everyone was so outraged when Texas infuriated its citizens and the whole country by accepting the defense of "affluenza" as a reason to let a rich, upper-crust, under-achieving, society-leech of a kid off with probation. That's right, no jail time for killing four innocent victims while drunk driving. I would like to know if the power brokers and judges of Texas were related to Marie Antoinette and if they want the poor in their state to eat cake.


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