2008 will not be a good year for one Jay R. Grodner, Chicago Attorney-at-law, anti-military in sentiment, alleged vandal and possible felon.
And the moral of the story is: you never know who you're...er...messing with anymore. Actually, the moral is that the everyday citizen is no longer as defenseless as he/she used to be--even against lawyers.
Now, riddle me this, someone: what the heck is wrong with…just about everyone? Why are the online advocates for each of the Republican candidates at each others’ throats as if the candidates were competing to become the Second Coming? And let’s not even talk about the Democrats.
And who are these people running for president and why should I trust any of them to "faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of [their] ability, preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States?" They all make me want to hole up in a desert fortress.
I'll be blogging intermittently, rather than regularly--as I announced on October 10, 2007. I'll make up my mind whether to resume regular blogging on January 1, 2008. Therefore, if you pick a fight with me and I don't respond immediately, don't fall on the floor and throw a fit like you used to do when you were a kid and when your mother failed you (by not whipping your ass). I get to you when I feel like it. And the comments are now moderated for this reason.
It's not that I don't love you...well actually it is because of that.
Matt of Blackfive asked a bunch of bloggers--including yours truly--to wish the men and women in Iraq and Afghanistan a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. We did and do so. So if you're over there reading, this is for you.
Also, GreyHawk is home from Iraq and planning a party!