Thursday, March 1, 2012

3d DCA Watch -- No Parking on the Dance Floor Edition!

Hi kids, let's get back to the sober business of bunkers.

A few quick hits:

This state rep thinks restricting consumer rights when the developer "forgot" to build you a road to your house is actually a win for consumers!
The legislation is good for consumers. It preserves property values and solves a problem that needs solving now in order to avoid Florida being placed at a competitive disadvantage for development with other states.
I think the operative phrase is "All consumers animals are equal, but some banks and developers animals are more equal than others."

Maybe he's referring to Montana, where the Chief Judge knows a good joke when he hears one:
Montana Chief U.S. District Judge Richard Cebull, a George W. Bush nominee, admitted on Wednesday that he forwarded a racially-charged email implying that President Barack Obama might have been the product of a sexual encounter between his mother and a dog.
“A little boy said to his mother; ‘Mommy, how come I’m black and you’re white?’” the email forwarded from Cebull’s official court email address on Feb. 20 read, according to the Great Falls Tribune. “His mother replied, ‘Don’t even go there Barack! From what I can remember about that party, you’re lucky you don’t bark!’”
The federal judge’s email called the joke “a bit touching” and said he wanted all of his friends to feel what he felt when he read the email. “Hope it touches your heart like it did mine,” he wrote.
It is touching.  It must be especially touching to be a biracial defendant in his courtroom.

(To be fair, the judge says he just really really really, I mean REALLY hates Obama, plus the email was supposed to be private.)


Vargas v. Washington Mutual:

Everybody appreciates a good confession of error (unless it come from our President!).

Miranda v. Ortega:

What's the problem with Judge Kreeger?

Oh well, you know what they say:

No parking, baby
No parking on the dance floor.....

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