Dear Friends: What? The? Bleep? Too business friendly? Is that the best argument Democrats can muster to block Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch's Supreme Court nomination? That he's too business friendly? What world of un-reality are these Democrats living in? Seriously, Democrats, what the bleep?
Because the entire point of government (in a capitalistic society, which memo to Democrats, we live in a capitalistic society) is to be business friendly. And dare we say, the entire business of governement is to be business friendly. We're running a country here. Not a charity. (And we all know how Democrats run a charity; see Foundation, Clinton.) And lest we all forget, it is the we that counts, for this is a country for the people, and by the people. We the people. And yet, besides the fact that the 9th circus-court keeps giving we the people the royal middle finger, like some buncha retro-royal-wannabes, but more like royal pains in the bleep, the Democrats want to block the nomination of a legal-genius who is also a totally stand-up guy, and will tell the 9th circus-court exactly where they can put their retro-royal-wannabe fingers: right up their royal-activist-bleeps.
(And funny how that activist-judge down in Hawaii was a Harvard Law School classmate of Barrack Hosein Obama's, and totally partied together. As was Neil Gorsuch their classmate, although I bet they never partied together. As was the most brilliant legal mind I've ever personally known, and partied with, Ken Mehlman, aka "Larry Bud" Mehlman, a totally cool juxta-nickname, since the real Larry Bud could never get in, let alone graduate from Harvard Law, and then get a president (George W. Bush) re-elected, brilliantly, like Ken Mehlman did. (What said president did to our country is questionable, at best, but Ken Mehlman did his job brilliantly. And George W. Bush's job? Not so brilliant.) Of course, the real Larry Bud could be a judge on the 9th circus-court, because that judge down there in Hawaii may be Larry Bud in disguise, and smoking all kinds of maui-wowie, because he's acting all kinds of stoopid. Like he's still in the choom gang. Or trying to resurrect the choom gang. But either way, he's acting like a dope. And a clown. And a clear puppet for Barrack Hosein Obama, who's clearly a puppet of Vladimir Putin, and doesn't even know it.)
So memo to the 9th circus-court: you interpret the law, you don't make the law. This is like Law 101. Even we the people learned this, in like the 4th grade. So come on, men and women of the 9th circus-court, do your job, and leave the law-making to Congress. That's their job. And when called for, leave it to the smartest man in the room, President Donald J. Trump. And yes, he's the smartest man in the room, because he's the President of the United States of America, and you're not. Because he got himself elected President, by we the people, and you didn't. Because President Trump is a genius. (An under-rated genius, but a total genius none-the-less, because he got himself elected President. That's just genius.) So how about you Democrats let the man do his job, because only an idiot-Democrat would work against our own country. Or, are you Democrats deathly terrified that he'll succeed? And make the last president look like a doubly-incompetent fool? And when he does succeed, and he will, are you Democrats terrified that people will be happy again, because we're all making money again, real money, and spending real money again, which allows other people (we know that you Democrats, especially you progressives, don't understand the concept of other people, but please try) to make money again, and spend money again, and all of it will happen under-budget and ahead of schedule? So God bless you, President Trump, for being a business-first total-genius non-politician who got elected to make our country business-friendly-prosperous and safe again. Because we're not running a charity here.
And as for that puppet-master, Vladimir Putin, please be careful working with that guy, if you so choose, even if you are smarter than him. Because any potential merger there should be met with a microscope the size of the Hubble. It would be like GM and Chrysler merging. Ford would be bleeped. And, in a way, Ford is the birthplace of our modern capitalism. Allow the masses to make for the masses? Such brilliance. Such simplicity. And such a bleeping violation of its purity that Uber, the "ride-sharing" service, has updated that business-model to Ford 2.0. That is, Uber's going to be the next big Auto-manufacturer, and in every sense of the word. And you heard it here first. And what would Aldous Huxley think?