Saturday, March 26, 2005

'No Substantial Likelihood of Success': The Curse Pronounced by a New God Now Can be Applied to the Dems

In this article by Mike Thompson writing in Human Events Online he points out that "In rejecting Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schindler's appeal to save their braindamaged daughter, Terri Schiavo, from certain death by court-ordered dehydration and starvation, U.S. District Judge James Whittemore wrapped himself in his black robe and announced imperiously from his court in Tampa, Florida, that he had denied their petition, because it had no "substantial likelihood of success.""

The author then considers some of the great historical achievements that would have never occurred if this "godlike federal jurist been around for a few eons" and had imposed "The Whittemore Curse" on other's hunger for victory and survival.

It makes one glad that Judge Whittemore's curse was not around in the past. But since he has now ascended to this high throne of infinite wisdom, I suggest his curse should be laid on the hopeless and hapless Democrat party. They seem to have sunk to a position of having "no substantial likelihood of success".

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