Saturday, March 29, 2008


If the next President serves two terms, this is how the current Supreme Court will stack up by January 20, 2017.

John Roberts 61 (has had health issues including seizures)
John Paul Stevens 96 (But a young 96)
Antonin Scalia 80 (He will be mellower by then though)
Anthony Kennedy 80 (Ironically a Dead Kennedys fan)
David Souter 77 (Still living with mom)
Clarence Thomas 68 (holographic porn created in 2015 re-envigorates him)
Ruth Ginsberg 83 (Will still have a mean left hook)
Stephen Breyer 78 (He wants to direct)
Sam Alito 66 (Still known as Scalito, but now with an AARP card)

For those Obama or Clinton supporters who suggest that they will vote for McCain to teach everybody a lesson, you can kindly go kiss my white ass.

This is ignoring the fact that since 1980, Republicans have been nominating judges for 20 of the last 28 years. getting McCain elected would make it 28 of 36 which is even better!