Wednesday, July 27, 2005

...and incidentally, a "neocon" is what you get when you combine the two.

"It's not like being a member of the Communist Party."
--Senator John Cornyn, commenting on SCOTUS nominee John Roberts' membership in the Federalist Society

Actually, being in the Federalist Society is EXACTLY like being in the Communist Party, in that:
  1. It is legal to join either one.
  2. Both are as outdated as vaudeville.
  3. Nine times out of ten, you'd have to be a fucking imbecile to take their ideas seriously.


Anonymous said...

ah, you D.C. liberals are too hard the old Federalist Society. Really, they are just aging college republicans who go to law school and want to have a place to go bitch about their "liberal professors" and lesbian classmates. Their bark is worse than their bite.

Jeff Deck said...

Hey DCeiver, did you see your mention in Thursday's Express? Unfortunately, they misspelled your URL. :-(

The Deceiver said...

I before E except after C, I imagine. Happens.

Anonymous said...

neo-con def: "con" means conservative, "neo" means Jewish.

The Deceiver said...

Now, now, you keep talking like that, you're going to inflame David Brook's dickhead gland.

(That's his only gland, you know.)