Monday, May 10, 2010

Supreme Court Viagra Retortist Uh Huh Uh Huh

Don't you just hate it when you think of the perfect comeback two days too late? I do. The other day, a friend, well, a Facebook friend whom I have never met... but apparently I "like" because Facebook says I do, made a comment that I was dying to respond to but I was not bright enough to come up with a witty retort at the time. It was even a Viagra comment! If you are even an amateur retortist, and I do not consider myself an amateur in this category, you must have a retort for a Viagra comment.

The denouement may be somewhat anticlimactic (no pun intended) but the exchange went something like this:

Carlos: *&^*&%*&%)!!!
Me: Relax, dude, it was a joke.
Carlos: I'm as relaxed as an 85 year old without any Viagra.

Of course the clear response from a savvy retortist would have been something along the lines of "Your 85 or my 85?" But I had nothing. Nyet. Nada. Not a darn thing. Sigh.

Nancy Pelosi, Hillary Clinton, Janet Reno, Madelaine Albright, Andrea Dworkin. I don't think there's enough Viagra in the world for that list.

How about that ultra-liberal Elena Kagan? She's got the creds and she's likable and she is charismatic and she's only just turned 50 which means we could have her around for thirty or forty years. His Holiness wants to redefine executive power and recreate this country in his image and the surest way to get that done is to first redefine the high court in his image.

Kagan's hero is Justice Thurgood Marshall, and of course he was the most ultra-liberal that has ever had a seat on the Supreme Court. That should give us a clue as to how this youngun will behave in her first position ever as a judge. Our Supreme Ruler of the Universe will do all in his power to get Ms Kagan or someone exactly like her on the bench. He really wants this one though. They are old pals. I will be voting in the primary election in the morning. The only way to stop this socialist freight train is to vote every last one of these demosocialists out of office.


Viagra, Mr President?

I'm thinking maybe I should think twice before writing when I'm exhausted. :-)

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