Sweep the leg
Kreese: Sweep the leg. (pause) Do you have a problem with that?
In three years, never really discussed politics. Having said that, always considered myself a moderate conservative. Believe in small government, free markets, few social programs, meritocracies, etc.
This judge once wrote of the Chinese, “[t]heir dissimilarity in physical characteristics, in language, manners, and religions…prevent the possibility of their assimilation with our people.” He hoped that “some way may be devised to prevent their further immigration.”
Here’s the thing though, he wrote that while striking down this law called the Pigtail Ordinance.
Why? Not cause he liked the Chinese (he hated us) but cause the law itself was unconstitutional.
It was a law that was innocent on it’s face – if you went to jail you had to get your hair cut – but clearly it was an end runaround meant to harass the Chinese and their queues. Even the authors of the bill acknowledged this.
So the judge struck it down. Cause, as much as he hated the Chinese, he respected the law. And a law that singled out one group of people – and he grudgingly admitted we were people – was unconstitutional. And thus, he had to strike it down, making him seriously unpopular in Cali.
This health care issue troubles me. The whole tenor of it bugs me. Cause people don’t seem to want a fair fight.
The judge’s view was this, “Despite my personal feeling, my personal hatred, I’ll put that aside to do what’s right for the country. If we’re right – that Chinese’re second class people – then we don’t gotta break the law to prove it.”
Course, he was wrong on that point but that’s neither here nor there.
Look, if y’really have a strong point, use that. Don’t make up things like death panels and resort to things like heckling.
Don’t people, liberals/conservatives, just get tired of just making crap up to win? Like the idiots that genuinely think 9/11 was by the Bush administration or a Jewish cabal.
It’s sad when you have to point to a racist and say, “Even this $@#$@ guy…”
It’s a sad state of affairs, is what I’m trying to say.
Location: 18:20, yest, adjusting watch on Broadway
Music: I’ll soon be back again That’s what I said in China