Thursday, October 18, 2012

A whore who stays bought

Just as I expected, Chief Justice of the Supreme Court John Roberts is settling in permanently to his perfumed boudoir on the Left. In a speech in Houston Roberts continued to polish his new image as a witty man of parts:
Roberts didn’t tease the crowd, saying he wouldn’t be discussing any past, present or future cases. “So, my remarks will be brief,” he said, eliciting laughter from the audience. Roberts interjected humor throughout the hour-long event, in which he had a conversation with Rice University President David Leebron on a stage at the campus basketball arena before answering questions submitted on note cards from the audience.
Can anyone remember even ONE incident prior to Roberts's sellout to the Left where he was noted as having a quick wit and a reputation as a wag? But starting with his famous Flight to Malta, that's now a constant refrain.
“People tend to think we are part of the government like everybody else. We have low approval ratings. But we’re better than Congress or the executive,” Roberts said, prompting laughter from the audience.
As John Nolte said, the Left is expert at finding the hidden cravings in weak, vain men like Roberts and then exerting the correct psychological bribe to reel them in.
For those of you who might not remember, Kathleen Parker is the "conservative" columnist who in 2008 sold her soul to the mainstream media. Even though our vice presidential nominee, Sarah Palin, had infinitely more political and executive experience than the other side's presidential nominee, Barack Obama, in the heat of the election, Parker still wrote a column stating Palin should step down as the nominee.

Suddenly, a columnist few of us knew became an overnight "star." This was the kind of death blow the corrupt media had been waiting for -- a conservative traitor, a National Review writer, no less -- who reaffirmed their narrative and, for her treachery and to ensure the other narcissists among us see how such things pay off, the Devil rewarded Kathleen Parker with instant fame and riches. Across the media landscape, she was heralded as brave and brilliant. Soon she would be handed a Pulitzer and her own primetime CNN program.

Like Jim Jeffords, David Frum, Joe Scarborough, Meghan McCain, and now John Roberts, Parker gave in to the media's siren song, which goes a little something like this:

They're wrong about us. We don't hate you, we don't hate conservatives. No one's asking you to stop being conservative. We would never ask that. All we're asking for is this one thing. And it's only a little thing, a small thing, a baby step. What harm can it do -- this small thing? Who can it hurt?
And look at what you get in return.
We'll love you. We'll adore. We'll give you affection, acceptance, and stamp your courage into the history books. It's warm here and there are cookies and before you decide, I want you to sit back, close your eyes, and just imagine what it's going to feel like to see your name heralded all across the media, academia and beyond…if you'll just do this one little thing.

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ah yes. John Roberts - some of Wormwoods best work they say. The minions are still all atwitter about the Master's victory on that one.

Sit well in that seat, Mr. Roberts. The warmth you now enjoy may tend to get a bit hotter as the years increase.

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