Wednesday, June 24, 2015

Today in Duh...

All those in favor of deporting everyone
named Allen? The ayes have it. Motion carried.
Gee, you goddamn think? Huh? What am I talking about? Remember back in March when a rabid-foam lunatic homophobic attorney called Mathew McLaughlin filed a proposal for a ballot initiative called the Sodomite Suppression Act? You don't? Well, he did. And because we live in a state where anyone can put up any crazy horseshit they want up for a show of hands, Attorney General Kamala Harris was required to take him seriously despite the fact that his initiate called for the immediate execution of all gay people.

Pictured: Judge Cadei issuing a writ
of Are you Goddamn Kidding me?
Harris asked for legal permission to throw out the initiative on the grounds that it was murdery, unconstitutional and omega-level crazy and now, three months later, her request has finally been granted. Yes, I said three months:

"Any preparation and official issuance of a circulating title and summary for the Act by the Attorney General would be inappropriate, waste public resources, generate unnecessary division among the public and tend to mislead the electorate..."

-Superior Judge Raymond M. Cadei, explaining 
how this whole thing has been a colossal waste of time

I don't mean to sound ungrateful or anything, but isn't there something wrong with a system that takes three months to consider whether or not putting up a ballot initiative calling for the summary execution for all gay people would be legal? I mean, all this asshole needed was some signatures and a $200 filing fee and if Judge Cadei wasn't on the ball, Matthew McLaughlin would be going door-to-door collecting signatures right now.
"Um, get off my property before I call the cops..."

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