Sunday, September 04, 2005

Blue Flypaper Nominates Rosie O'Donnell for Supreme Court Justice?

United States Supreme Court Justice Rosie O'Donnell

Top reasons why this would be the best choice for America:
  1. She is very smart.
  2. She is up-to-date on current issues.
  3. She is healthy and unlikely to die in the near-term.
  4. She has a college degree (I think).
  5. She is talented (can act up a storm!).
  6. She'd be a great conduit to getting celebrity involvement with the Supreme Court (she's got people like Ben Afflect on speed dial).
  7. She has good interviewing skills--important when asking questions from the bench.
  8. She is open-minded yet as liberal as they come.
  9. She would sail through the nominating process; who could say no to Rosie?
  10. She has a magazine named after her (how many Justices could say that?).
  11. Her acting schedule would allow her to do projects when the Court was on recess.
  12. As a woman, and a woman of size no less, she has learned how to overcome adveristy making her a great balance to the bland white males that dominate the bench.
Of course there are many, many more but even a few of the ones above should be enough. Has John Roberts ever even been on TV let alone had his own daytime show? Did he co-star in "Another Stakeout" with Emilo Estivez or "Car 54 Where Are You"? I tell you that this woman is red hot and if the U.S. acts fast they might have a chance to get her before she gets involved with another project that takes up so much time that she can't do the Supreme Court gig.

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40 Comments:

At 7:12 PM, Blogger Gyrobo said...

Michael Brown, the head of FEMA, was fired from his last job at the International Arabian Horse Association due to his incompetence. Yet, without any practical experience, he was appointed to the head of a federal disaster relief agency. I see no reason to trust anyone Bush nominates.

The Lord High Executioner of the Frozen Lower Blogosphere sanctions this comment!

 
At 7:30 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

The people should be the nominaters this time! Let the people be heard, nominate Rosie!

 
At 8:58 PM, Anonymous WildCard said...

uhh.. to bad she's against guns but its ok for her bodyguards to carry them should they need to save her fat ass.

 
At 9:27 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

Guns are bad if they are in the hands of everyday people. Mr.Wildcard, Rosie O'Donnell is NOT everyday people. Come on, get with the program, you are coming off rather naive.

 
At 9:52 PM, Blogger Grampapinhead said...

I thought the John Edwards post was a pretty good joke, but this is pure genius.

 
At 10:45 PM, Anonymous WildCard said...

oh i didn't realize that being a fat hipocritical bitch made you an exception to all of your own rules.....

my mistake.

 
At 2:24 AM, Anonymous fatman said...

Hey, if we're going to nominate no-talent actresses for SCOTUS, let's at least nominate a real BABE like Tara Reid. Not only is she smoking hot since she got the boob job, but she's way funnier than Rosie, though maybe not intentionally.

 
At 5:48 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Chief Justice Jerry Springer!

Hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee hee.

I love this blog.

 
At 11:51 AM, Anonymous Irish John said...

Another bonus is if she is nominated to the Supreme Court, she will also help the economy.
Whoever makes the robes will have to hire extra people in order to make one that will fit Rosie.
Then there is the chairs, they will need some re-enforcement. We wouldn't want one to break on her first day on the job. We wouldn't want her to be embarrased.

 
At 1:26 PM, Blogger Brad said...

I'm with fatman on the Tara Reid thing. Not only has she crafted an excellent body of work, but also I think she can be counted on not to bend over to the Right. And I don't think we should hold her looks against her, even though as liberals we would prefer hairy, androgynous feminists with permanent sneers to a “smoking hot” young woman with a pleasant smile. After all, we on the left would never consider someone for a position, like a SCOTUS justice or a university faculty member, based on physical characteristics!

 
At 5:47 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

Well, Tara Reid is a celebrity, so that's pretty cool. But unlike Rosie, she hasn't spent years having her own TV show interviewing people which is a lot like what a judge does. Also, Rosie is 100% liberal. I'm not sure what Tara Reid is. Most celebrities are liberal, but a few like Ron Silver and Charleston Heston are conservative so being a celebrity isn't a guarantee of liberalism. I think there is somethign about having agents do deals for you, managers who make decisions for you, PR people who tell you what to say, and studios that act at your every whim that somehow frees your soul to be truly liberal. This is one more reason that it's okay to put these people on pedistals, they really are great! (the liberal ones that is).

 
At 5:54 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

By the way, Irish John, I will not tolerate "womyn of size" jokes. For example the first person who writes "my wife is so oversized that when she sits around the house, she SITS AROUND THE HOUSE" will get bounced! As anyone who reads my blog knows, I believe in free speech except when it is insensitve or offensive or racist or sizist or regionalist or ageist or speciest or makes a stereotype or generalization of any group of people of any kind.

 
At 6:12 PM, Blogger Gyrobo said...

Is this free speech? Or is it obscene, in the sense that it has no purpose?

 
At 6:14 PM, Blogger Gyrobo said...

REAL Link. Sorry 'bout that other broken link. I type too fast sometimes.

 
At 7:18 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

That cartoon is soooo true. White males will always zap you with their ray guns in the end.

 
At 8:50 PM, Anonymous Pluto's Dad said...

Rosie would make a good judge since she passes judgement on everyone that is small minded and doesn't love freedom to force others to think her way.

It is unfortunate that Tara Reid would not bend over for the Right, because that's just what we'd want her to do.

Hey, you should read the latest article on Eject Eject Eject! and comment. I would like to see what you have to say about it. I doubt you will understand it though. You probably think people like him are bad, and we should bake cookies for our enemies and sing KumBaYa. No that would be religious. Maybe just baking cookies, carob cookies. No not even that since there is no such thing as "enemy" just a friend we don't underand yet.

 
At 10:08 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

Eject Eject Eject!?

As far as cookies for enemies, we should just try not making enemies in the first place. I swear we're lucky that France hasn't invaded us given how poorly we've treated them the past couple of hundred years!

 
At 6:13 AM, Anonymous fatman said...

gyrobo:

I wish I'd timed that thing so that I'd know how many minutes of my life I wasted watching it.

true blue:

irish john was joking? And France invade US??? That bunch of cheese eating surrender monkeys??? You show the average Frog a PICTURE of a military weapon and she'd piddle herself. And the men are even worse.

 
At 8:13 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I understand that Rosie is very much loved in France, so that would solve any potential problems there. She seems to have a lot of opinions, which is good for government.

 
At 1:05 PM, Blogger Bitch On Wheels said...

I miss ROSIE magazine (well, the crossword at least, it was dead easy), but I'm not sure Rosie's the best womyn for the job. She'd definitely have some influence to help lesbians of size who adopt, but she's not mainsteam enough to be accepted by all Americans anymore. If she had just continued to live the lie and not be who she really is, and kept her mouth shut about her gun-control views, everyone would still think she's the "Queen of Nice". The uber dyke hair-do she got a couple years ago didn't help much either.

 
At 3:47 PM, Anonymous fatman said...

anonymous @ 8:13 AM said:

"I understand Rosie is very much loved in France."

If that's the criteria, than maybe we should nominate Jerry Lewis as Chief Justice.

BTW, my neighbor just brought his wife (a "womyn of size," to steal a cliche) home from the hospital after an operation on her hip. She was so big that when he took her up to her second floor bedroom he had to make two trips.

 
At 8:27 PM, Blogger Marsha said...

You said..."I think there is something about having agents do deals for you, managers who make decisions for you, PR people who tell you what to say, and studios that act at your every whim that somehow frees your soul to be truly liberal."

I rest my case!!! I've been saying it for years...Liberals can't THINK or DO anything for THEMSELVES! Having someone do all that for you doesn't "free your soul". It frees your calendar so you have more time to show the world how stupid you are.

 
At 9:22 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

No, by being free of the burden of having to deal with people and responsibilities on a day-to-day basis, celebrities can take a step back see the big picture and tell us what we ourselves should be thinking about a particular situation. It's a circle of life thing. Celebrities have their handlers (including their yoga instructors and spiritual guides) who lead them through life and in turn the celebrities lead us. We then go to the movies that feature these clebrities which supports them and gives them the freedom to lead us...hence circle of life.

This is why celebs are almost all liberals, because they have the time to think beyond the box that the capitalistic oppressors keep us in. The ones that aren't liberals probably have bad managers or PR people--truly a shame.

As I've said many times, you wouldn't hire a Michael Bay to shoot a commercial, you hire him to do a movie. Similarly, if you want to understand how the economy is being raped by the conservatives, you don't ask an economist (as if they know anything!), you ask a free-thinking celebrity...like Brad Pitt--who will give you the total truth.

Today's mainstream media is so incredibly conservative that it takes a Sean Penn or Celine Dion to really tells us what's happening in the world. I sometimes wonder if there hadn't been a few celebrities in Louisiana when Katrina hit, would the mainstream media have even reported on the storm? I'm not so sure.

 
At 9:31 AM, Anonymous WildCard said...

so don't call in a physics professor to figure out how to launch a sattelite into orbit, call in Bono, because even though he dosen't have a degree in anything but being a suck ass pussy, he knows all about rocket science.

Thats the stupidest thing i think i have ever heard.

 
At 9:46 AM, Blogger True Blue said...

If we shouldn't turn to celebrities then how come all of the intelligenta and salient political points are made by people like Al Franken, Sean Penn, Celine Dion,...? Huh, Mr. Big Guy?

Let's face it Katrina would have gotten 1/10th the publicity it's gotten without the push given by the Hollywood elite pushing it on to the front of the pages. That exposure equals awareness which has led to donations which is saving lives. Thank Goddess we have celebrities.

 
At 12:58 PM, Blogger Persnickety said...

11. If Rosie were on the high court, she could fill both vacancies!!

 
At 7:26 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

"11. If Rosie were on the high court, she could fill both vacancies!!"

Womyn of size jokes are prohibited.

 
At 9:36 AM, Anonymous Pluto's Dad said...

oh that's why we need NEA funding, so the liberal artists can quit Starbucks and sit around thinking. (Even though Starbucks is pretty progressive, I guess more conservatives should work there so they get converted by the examples of their lesbian barristas).

 
At 9:37 AM, Anonymous Pluto's Dad said...

yeah that's why on my blog yesterday I showed all the survivors painting "help celebrities" on their houses.

 
At 9:12 PM, Anonymous WildCard said...

"Let's face it Katrina would have gotten 1/10th the publicity it's gotten without the push given by the Hollywood elite pushing it on to the front of the pages. That exposure equals awareness which has led to donations which is saving lives. Thank Goddess we have celebrities. "

See my earlier statement about a certain tornado that blew my town and many others apart.

The pussy assed 160 mph winds that katrina was putting down was shit compared to the 300+ mph winds that sucked freeways right from thier concrete pylons and sent 2x4's through concrete walls 5 feet thick. they knew it was coming DAYS in advance. we had MINUTES. i don't feel any smypathy for them except for the people who were too poor and or not able bodied to evacuate. Screw the rest of the assholes.

 
At 9:26 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

You needed celebrities. If FEMA had had their act together and was doing what they were supposed to they would have flown in some celebrities to help get some exposure. Even a few b-listers would have been a benefit.

 
At 10:18 PM, Anonymous WildCard said...

if a bunch of rich bastard celebs had showed up in my town while i was helping to clear out my injured/dead neighbors i would have spit on them.

We don't need pity from those condescending assholes. What inspired me was the people who disregarded thier own safety and ran headlong into the debris while the storm was still looming hundreds of yards away to save those who were trapped in thier ruined homes.

Thats real integrity. Not some show to put up in front of a camera to make yourself look better.

 
At 10:24 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

The people who later portray those people in the docudrama's are equally heros. The result is the same: saved lives. Some for real, others in cinema, both vital.

 
At 10:31 PM, Anonymous WildCard said...

Please do us all a favor and stand under a freeway during the next earthquake so we don't have to hear this useless idiotic drivel coming from you liberal meathole.

 
At 9:31 AM, Blogger True Blue said...

I consider that an insult.

 
At 7:56 PM, Anonymous WildCard said...

Wow !! you are smarter than i thought you were if you figured that out all by yourself.

 
At 8:37 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

I should have noted that your reference to "earthquake" in the wake of Katrina is insensitive.

 
At 8:42 PM, Anonymous WildCard said...

see earlier post about tornado.

Must i keep repeating myself?

 
At 7:12 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

uhm, id say no to rosie... yeah you mentioned how shes a talented actor, what does that have to do with supreme court justice? yeah i somehow manage to see rosie as a very bad person for the job. uhm, and why does she have to liberal to do the job? i know some republicans who would do a much better job. just sayin my opinion, and yeah i dunno if im even gonna come back here and check up on all these comments i just wanted to speak my mind....

 
At 9:12 PM, Blogger True Blue said...

Liberals are open-minded, something we want for Supreme Court jusice. No?

Also, she's not just a talented actor but a great talented actor.

She is also very, very good with people and would probably resolve a lot of the cases that come before the court without even having to make a "ruling."

 

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