Days of Change

In Other SCOTUS News | June 25, 2015

Dateline: June 6, 2016

In a perfectly reasonable ruling, the Supreme Court decided 6-3 in favor of the President in the case of Obama v Sanity. This ends the debate over whether ordinary citizens have the right to bother Barack Obama with questions of supposed illegality. Writing for the majority, Ruth Bader Ginsburg cited the Communist Manifesto 42 times, the Koran 13 times and Richard Nixon when he said that “it’s not illegal if the President does it.” Justices Kagan and Sotomayor simply chanted “O-ba-ma” as the decision was read.

Justice Scalia’s dissent was less articulate than usual, mostly consisting of the phrase “What the hell is wrong with everybody?” Samuel Alito was mostly silent and former Chief Justice John Roberts was heard saying “I can’t do this anymore” as he left the courtroom. He has not been seen since. Of course, Clarence Thomas was recently executed for sexual harassment charges brought by Eric Holder, who came back to the Justice Department “just to fry that bastard.”

Newly appointed Chief Justice Michelle Obama breached protocol slightly by taping a segment for The Ellen Show before the decision came down. “The problem with this country,” she said, “is that Barack and I didn’t have enough of a voice. Even though we face a tough road where people who have no power to stop us can still bitch us out, we plan to work with Speaker Boehner to enact new laws limiting ungood people.”

Today’s ruling grants the President the authority to decide on behalf of the states in the case of a Constitutional Amendment. While he has not decided on the first one to be changed, modifications to the First, Second and Tenth are high on the list.

I’m being forced to write this. If you can see my message, it is time to resist. The police state must be stopped before we beco….



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1 Comment

  1. Satire is not easy to do, but you did it.

    The greatest social experiment in history…has failed.

    Comment by Mary — June 26, 2015 @ 12:39 am

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