Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts

Bloggers Who Support Judge Roberts -- Even If He Is Gay Like Some Leftists Say.

Thursday, September 29, 2005

It's Official... Our Boy Is Hot, Hot, Hot!!!

It's been a long, hard road, hasn't it? Our boy has been neglected, rejected, and disrespected by a bunch of panty-waist Senators who aren't fit to straighten the seams on his silky Hanes ultrasheers.

What's a girl to do? The path to greatness is strewn with the envy of lesser men... and we all know what kind of envy we're talking about, don't we? But even when the going got tough, the Conservative Bloggers Who Support the Gay Judge Roberts held firm.

Because you know we came out for Roberts early. When some folks thought he showed a tad bit too much interest in the Presidential China pattern, we didn’t bat an eyelash.

And in the end, it was a GayPatriot reader who called it:

I have to say that I find Judge Roberts….well, kind of hot. The hair is a bit dorky, but those piercing blue eyes, that impish grin, that wonderful cleft in his chin…..I’d certainly vote to confirm!

Here at CBWSTGJR, we have to admit that, like Wonkette, we think Judge Roberts is pretty dreamy too.

Heh... And all we can say to Senators Kerry and Edwards, no strangers to the rumor mill themselves is, " you ladies couldn't lay a glove on our great big, gorgeous Judge....

"Look at those soft hands!" Kerry exclaimed. "A good receiver." Edwards, grinning, too, passed the ball back, making Kerry reach a bit to make the catch. "I kind of led him a little bit too much," Edwards said, "but you knew he'd get it."

Seated at the conference table for their first joint interview as Democratic ticket mates, the duo continued their cheerful, if still tentative, game, as the new No. 2 adjusted to his "receiver" role.

Kinda reads like a Harlequin novel, doesn't it?

He makes us proud. As he ascends to the bench, we know Judge Roberts won't forget the Little People: those tireless Lawdogs who believed in him all along:

KJ of No Government Cheese who launched CBWSTGJR and spd rdr of Heigh Ho for that darling photo that started it all.

CBWSTGJR is proud to present John Roberts: 17th Chief Justice of the United States of America.

- Cassandra

Wednesday, September 28, 2005


For some reason, Blogger is OK, but No Government Cheese is down.

Well, the Atlanta Braves just won Division Title 14 in a row tonight. No team in any pro sport has ever won its form of a division title that many times in a row. This is no minor accomplishment, especially in the day of free agency.

Bobby Cox is a great manager. The Braves have won these titles many different ways - pitching some years, hitting others. This year, the bullpen has stunk many nights and Bobby Cox had to include 3-4 rookies in the starting line-up most nights. What an incredible feat.

The Braves have not won as many World Series as we would like, but winning is winning, and excellence is excellence.

Congratulations Braves!

Thursday, September 22, 2005

Roberts Prances Out Of Committee

Image hosted by Photobucket.comOnly five gay hatin' Democrats in the Senate Judiciary Committee voted against Judge Roberts becoming the next Chief Maddam Justice of Fabulous Court of the United Straights, I mean States. The 13-5 vote to send the nomination to the full Senate included all 10 Republican and 3 Democrats.

The five playa hatin' Dems were Dianne Feinstein of California, Joseph I Did Too Write That Biden of Delaware, Edward The Swimmer Kennedy of Massachusetts, Charles Schumer of New York and Dick, just Dick, Durbin of Illinois.

Roberts should sail through the full Senate, where additional Democrats are expected to protect their Red State hides and vote for the possibly gay Justice. They include Patrick Leahy of Vermont; Herb Kohl and Russ Feingold, both Wisconsin; Tim Johnson of South Dakota; Ben Nelson of Nebraska; and Max Baucus of Montana.

Sen. Mary Landrieu of Louisiana has indicated she is floating toward voting for the nominee. Sen. Kent Conrad of very Red State North Dakota is viewed as a possible vote for him, as well.

The Zima and White Zinfandel is chillin. I can't wait till the party next week.

Cross-posted at No Government Cheese.

Tuesday, September 20, 2005

Bill Maher On Roberts

Bill Maher recently claimed that Judge Roberts would be the first gay Supreme Court justice.

Here is the clip.

Bill Maher did not mention TCBWSTGJR.

But, in fairness, we don't really like Bill Maher either.

Friday, September 16, 2005

Evidence Judge Roberts Is Not Gay?

Read the transcript here. Go to the last question and answer.

Tuesday, September 13, 2005

Hearings Begin; WSJ Still Is King

We have said it before, but it bears repeating. James Taranto (pictured at right), WSJ Best of the Web Blogger (as if mere "blogger" does him justice), is too cool for words. For those of you visiting from that link again, we welcome you.

Meanwhile, the Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts continue to support Judge Roberts, straight or gay, as the posturing and self congratulatory speeches, we mean hearings, begin.

After reviewing the summaries of the excerpts of the hearings, we have a few thoughts.

For example, we are impressed that despite his boyish good looks, charm, rapid rise to power, and otherwise great in every way, Judge Roberts seeks to remain humble on the Court. No rob-itis for this Chief Justice.

Being humble doesn't mean Judge Roberts won't be one tough buttox kicking bee-atch if a mere associate justice should push the wrong buttons. Just check out this "don't make me stop this car" look for when Ginsberg complains about not getting to write the official court opinion in a 9-0 statutory construction case (below).

During his opening statement, Judge Roberts played it by the book, noting:
Judges must have the "humility to recognize that they operate within a system of precedent ... the modesty to be open in the decisional process to the considered views of their colleagues on the bench," he added.

He then pointed out that there was nothing wrong with a sense of style, and the old fashioned drab black robes might be a thing of the past.

Judge Roberts also showed his true class and sense of patriotism by making two baseball analogies during his speech. For you leftists, baseball is the game of red blooded Americans. If you were looking for a soccer reference, wait until a Marxist, thug or child is nominated for Surpeme Court justice.

Two Democrats showed their class as well, making Katrina references during their opening statements. Nothing like grandstanding red herrings.

There also seemed to be a debate during statements about whether Judge Roberts should answer all of the questions posed to him. Apparently, Seantor Kennedy was debating himself.

These hearings should go quickly and smoothly. I suspect by the end of the week that Judge Roberts will playing that funky music and popping the cap on his Zima.

Cross posted at No Government Cheese.

Monday, September 05, 2005

Gold Stripes? Try Pastel Robes, Sweetheart

Image hosted by Photobucket.comWith the possibility of become Chief Justice, many are wondering what Roberts will do with the five year tradition of the Chief Justice wearing gold stirpes.

Rumor has it that the better question is whether the Supreme Court will even wear those stuffy, boring black robes at all anymore.

For example, in the spirit of recent Supreme Court decisions, Judge Roberts has decided to look outside the United States for ideas in Judicial attire. For example, a Justice of the Supreme Court of, appropriately enough, Queensland, has the following design that is said to be on the Judge Roberts short list:

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Whether Judge Roberts will adopt this fanciful design for all Justices on the United States Supreme Court will be answered soon enough.
Cross-posted at No Government Cheese

Judge Roberts The Gay Chief?

President Bush has now nominated Judge John Roberts to the position of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.

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When Judge Roberts was advised of the new nomination, he squeeled like a little girl and dropped his banana.

Sunday, September 04, 2005

In Memorium

Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist

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WASHINGTON - Chief Justice William H. Rehnquist, who oversaw the high court's conservative shift and presided over the impeachment trial of President Clinton, died Saturday evening. He was 80 years old and had spent 33 years on the Supreme Court.

Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Help Out

Instapundit, for reasons only he can explain has to date has ignored the Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts. But there is no time for hard feelings.

Instapundit has important relief links for Kataria assistance.

The Ecosystem (Truth Laid Bear) also rounds up useful links.

For news and blogging links, Truth Laid Bear also has that covered.

No Government Cheese offers these comments on relief and other Kataria related topics.

Please help.

Tuesday, August 30, 2005

Dems To Question Roberts On S&M

Democrat Patrick Leahy says that Dems will question Roberts about a Justice Department memo that is said to have lead to extreme acts of sado-masochism in foreign prisons.

Image hosted by Photobucket.comThen-Assistant Attorney General Jay Bybee argued in a Jan. 22, 2002, memo that the president has the power to issue orders that violate the Geneva Conventions as well as international and German laws prohibiting S&M except under certain agreed upon conditions and only if the submissive has been given a "safe" word.

Judge Roberts, whose recently papers revealed a slightly positive Amazon review of Safe Word, has argued that the debate over S&M was a healthy one that conservatives should embrace. Democrats are concerned that Roberts would allow the use of S&M techniques at foreign prisons thus allowing Bush to possibly win the war on terror.

Kennedy explained the reason for the inquiry: "Look, ah, I like my nipples tweaked as much as the next mainstream American Senator, which means a whole lot. But we must not allow the President to order people to wear panties on their head unless these prisoners are given a 'safe word.' All prisoner S&M should be pleasurable. Just ask Nancy Pelosi, or as I call her, the Whip Princess."

Judge Roberts only reply was that it was important to know the difference between S&M and an atrocity.

Friday, August 26, 2005

Poor Sports

Apparently not satisfied with mere rumors of gayness, the The Human Rights Campaign, National Gay and Lesbian Task Force, National Center for Lesbian Rights, and Parents, Families, and Friends of Lesbians and Gays announced their opposition to Roberts' nomination on Thursday.

Judge Roberts history of plaid wearing, gourmet cooking, single living, children adopting, spotless housing and assisting his firm's gay right activities notwithstanding, these gay groups have shown they have no sense of humor.

They call themselves gay, but they make us very sad.

Thursday, August 25, 2005

Roberts Gayness Round-up

Article III Groupie (a/k/a A3G) of Underneath Their Robes has a nice post about Judge Roberts, and the question presented by this blog group. The conclusion, following a legnthy analysis:
In conclusion, after giving careful consideration to the evidence on both sides, Article Three Groupie must join Wonkette and the Boi From Troy -- among many others -- in concluding Judge Roberts is (probably) straight. In any event, there is insufficient evidence to find that John Roberts is gay beyond a reasonable doubt.

To paraphrase the late Johnnie Cochran: "If the leather pants don't fit, you must acquit!"

The CBWSTGJR neither endorse nor deny A3G's conclusion. After all, the premise here is that it just doesn't matter, so why take a side on the issue.

Tuesday, August 23, 2005

Hugo Chavez Supports Judge Roberts

Image hosted by Photobucket.comTranslators hired by CBWSTGJR recently advised us that Venezuelan President and U.S. enemy Hugo Chavez held a festival in favor of President Bush's nominatee to the Supreme Court, Judge Roberts.

Pictured holding up a parrot that he named "Roberts de Judicial Oficianado," Chavez claimed that a Constitutional Republic that respected the rule of law and limited powers at all three branches, including the judicial branch, was the best way to ensure that someone like him never became an all powerful dictator.

Chavez explained that so long as the United States maintained a dispersed power structure with checks and balances, the wussies in Congress were less likely to authorize the overthrow of his corrupt and troublesome regime.

Chavez then danced the macarena for two solid hours.

Monday, August 22, 2005

CBWSTGJR, Seizing The Moral High Ground!

CBWSTGJR is beginning to feel positively *smug* about having announced our support for Judge Roberts early (whether or not that big handsome lug is gay). I mean... talk about having seized the moral high ground! "Judging" by the number of sharp-edged quips that seem to have rolled off our boy's pen... Well! he's positively bitchy!

Over the weekend, Roberts' hilarious lawyer joke landed him in hot water with notoriously-humorless women's groups:

"Some might question whether encouraging homemakers to become lawyers contributes to the common good, but I suppose that is for the judges to decide.

Oddly, the female administration official to whom the quip was addressed wasn't offended. Like most conservative females, we can only conclude the joke must have gone over her head...

But those to-die-for red gloves really came off when it came to pop-singer Michael Jackson:

"...sashaying around in garish sequined costumes, hair dripping with pomade, body shot full of female hormones ...mono-gloved... a shallow effort by the President to share in the constant publicity surrounding Jackson. . . . The whole episode would, in my view, be demeaning to the President."
But our boy wasn't done yet:

"Cognoscenti will recognize the allusion to a character in one of Mr. Jackson's popular ballads, a young lass who claims -- falsely, according to the oft-repeated refrain of the singer -- that the singer is the father of her illegitimate child. This may be someone's idea of presidential humor, but it certainly is not mine."
Me-ouch! And the judicial snark wasn't reserved for tacky pop-tarts with bad plastic surgery. You should have seen Robbie lay into the Presidential China Pattern! Fave liberal blogger and CBWSTGJR member Wonkette totally scooped us on this one:

An alert Wonkette operative draws our attention to Judge John Roberts' gay-tastic-ness: He was a total snob about china patterns. Confusingly, both the moonbatty NPR's Nina Totenberg and the wingnuttier Washington Times picked up the story. Apparently, Roberts -- in his capacity as guardian of the Reagan legacy against pasty-faced moonwalking freaks (he doth protest too much?) and tacky Branson-bound collector's items -- advised the president's counsel to withhold the endorsement of "a new china pattern that the Boehm Porcelain Co. was selling." Wrote Roberts, "This would not only contravene established White House policy concerning endorsement of commercial products, but also, given this particular pattern, call into serious question the president's taste in dinner service."

Roberts then flounced into the President's residence and started throwing out wire hangers. "Don't get me started on the shoulder pads, girlfriend!" he screamed, before making a flying tackle to wipe the rouge off of Nancy's cheeks.

To complete our conservative humiliation, Wonkette points us to this masterful compendium of John Roberts Gaydophobia, which we were greatly saddened to see tragically snubbed Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts. Apparently whilst we were drinking ourselves into a stupor over the weekend, the rest of the world was busily compiling yet more evidence that our beloved Justice Roberts may (or may not) be Gay.

While we had seen many of these hateful slurs before, there were a few that were New to Us, among them one which we will not mention because we thought it a low blow. But some others which tickled our Fancy:

- (b) While Judge Roberts was at Harvard, his pre-law advisor was William LaPiana, a law professor at New York Law School and an openly gay man.

Oooh. Gayness by association! Does it rub off? We never knew.

- c) One UTR reader commented that "Roberts has had at least one gay (male) clerk while sitting on the D.C. Cir. I suspect at least one other clerk as well."

Hiring The Gay - another dead giveaway. Because you just know they have those darling little Labels.

But by far our favorite was this gem:

Conservatives were like the queers on campus," said Eric Rofes, a classmate of Judge Roberts who later became an organizer on gay issues. "People made fun of them. They mocked them and saw them as jokers or losers. I don't think in the moment many people realized this was the start of an ascending movement. People felt it was like the last cry of the 1950's."

Now this is a keeper...

We wonder if he ever played Smear the Queer when he was a kid. Because personally, we would consider that conclusive proof.

Saturday, August 20, 2005

More Evidence? He Knows Metric

A recent NYT article notes Judge Roberts efforts to make sure that Reagan's adminstration remained accurate in on matters such as legal, political relations, and, apparently, mathematical conversion.
And in reviewing a proposed economic message in 1986 in which Mr. Reagan was to say, "I just turned 75 today, but remember that's only 30 Celsius," Mr. Roberts noted that 75 Fahrenheit is actually 23.9 Celsius.

As all good conservative Americans know, only Canadians and Europeans know metric. Maybe those rumors are right after all.

But as we've said before, that's OK.

Friday, August 19, 2005

End The Bashing Of Judge Roberts -- Kayne West

Image hosted by Photobucket.comKayne West, who apparently is a rapper, has called for an end to the bashing of Judge Roberts.

West was called a "momma's boy" as a child, which naturally caused him to dislike homosexuals and lawyers.

West says he changed his ways, though, when he learned one of his cousins was a gay lawyer.

"It was kind of like a turning point when I was like, `Yo, this is my cousin. I love him and I've been discriminating against gays.'"

That cousin was Judge Roberts.

West went on to explain what hip hop was all about.
West says hip-hop was always about "speaking your mind and about breaking down barriers, but everyone in hip-hop discriminates against gay people." He adds that in slang, gay is "the opposite, the exact opposite word of hip-hop."
Judge Roberts will break down barriers (between abortion clinics and the protesters), speak his mind (even against women's rights) and dance the night away with his ho.

Yo yo yo! Go Judge Roberts!

Wednesday, August 17, 2005

Roberts Rated Two Snaps and a Circle

It has been tradition for the ABA to rate Judges nominated for Judical posts by the President.

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For more than 50 years, the ABA has evaluated the credentials of nominees for the federal bench, though the nation's largest lawyers' group has no official standing in the process. Supreme Court nominees get the most scrutiny.

This was the forth time Roberts was evaluated. He was deemed "qualified" in 1992, but the Congress did not vote on him as then President Bush was a lame duck. He was rated "well qualified," the ABA's highest rating, in 2001 and again in 2003 when nominated for the D.C. Appeals Court.

This time, however, the ABA felt that "well qualified" just was insufficient to express the organization's feelings about Roberts extreme qualifications for the Supreme Court. So the new ABA rating of "two snaps and a circle" was created.

Of course, the ABA found all of the filibustered judges to be "qualified" or "well qualified" but that didn't stop the Democrats from the unprecedented refusal to allow a vote.

With the ABA's two snaps and circle approval, it will be interesting to see what the Democrats do with Roberts' nomination.

NARAL Ad De-Fangs Roberts Opposition

The fabulous Keith Thompson at Sane Nation notes NARAL's spectacular failure in attempting to use Fox News to smear Judge Roberts.

With NARAL's ad campaign backfiring against the hard left, and with as many as 70 senators poised to support the Roberts nomination, the activists who hoped to Bork him are scaling back their campaign. Why waste their ammo on a sure winner — better to save their resources to defeat Bush's candidate to replace Rehnquist.

Thompson blithely points out the conundrum for the Dems, who will have to get their main channeler, Nancy Pelosi, on board.

Pelosi'll have a conundrum of her own; Thompson notes that she's already referred to the Supremes as "the voice of God." She must mean those justices who've already been elevated with the official seal of approval from Nan, Teddy, John Forbes Kerry et al.

And from the sound of the anti-Roberts clamour on the left to date, I don't think Nan's god approves of justices who may be gay.

--Post written by CBWSTGJR member tee bee. Check out her blog, and a more serious version of this post, at A Guide To Midwestern Culture.

Tuesday, August 16, 2005

Roberts' Environmental And Commerce Clause Outlook Responsible or Hapless Amphibian Deaths

Invasion of the Slimy Toads" isn't a horror flick, it's a way of life in Big Sandy, Mont.

Thousands of quarter-sized toads have invaded, causing sticky, slippery streets when they get squished. Many of the toads, it turned out, were going north to Canada to have gender switching surgery.

"Poor little toads," said resident Breezy Baumgarn. "Everyone keeps running them over."

Ted Kennedy commented on the tragedy, "I blame the discrimination against gay and transgendered toads. Plus, if those toads were run over on highways, then they are part of interstate commerce, no matter what extreme position Judge Roberts holds on such matters. Uhh, pass the frog legs, Nancy."

Some entrepreneurs aren't as sympathetic — they plan to sell the toads as fish bait. Apparently Minnesota fish don't discriminate.

Monday, August 15, 2005

Andrew Sullivan Supports Roberts

Image hosted by Andrew Sullivan, who we understand is a conservative blogger, even though he has thus far snubbed our site and group, said this about Judge Roberts on August 6:
ROBERTS AND ROMER: I don't think there's much here. Roberts helped out on a fascinating Supreme Court case for his firm. It doesn't tell us how he'd rule on, say, Lawrence vs Texas. My guess is that as an educated man of his generation, he's well aware of gay people, doesn't approve of discrimination, but has a very limited idea of what the constitution can do to protect minorities. I learned more from the reaction of people like James Dobson. For Dobson, any hint of sympathy for homosexuals is anathema. Roberts is a better man than that. And from everything I've read, is a superb choice for SCOTUS.

That sounds like an endorsement to us. Not of us, but of Judge Roberts of course. We aren't shy about finding endorsements though.

Picture via WuzzaDem. Check out his fine site. We would also rag on him for not joining our group, but since we are stealing his fine art work, that wouldn't be cool.

Sunday, August 14, 2005

Yankees and Derek Jeter's Support Unprecedented

Derek reaches out to other teams to encourage support for Judge Roberts
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Derek encourages Clemens to support Judge Roberts
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Derek even thinks he can reach common ground with the Angels
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Derek seeks the support of Canada as well
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We can't all do as much as Derek, but we do hope you will support Judge Roberts, gay or straight.

Saturday, August 13, 2005

So Now He Is A Playboy Lawyer?

Image hosted by Photobucket.comWith all the talk about Judge Roberts being gay, the counter spin was to be expected. But really, Rove, did you have to go overboard.
Bush's pick for the Supreme Court worked for Playboy in high court case. Supreme Court nominee Judge John Roberts, while serving as the head of Hogan & Hartson’s appellate division, spent about a dozen hours working on behalf of Playboy Entertainment Group in a case before the Supreme Court in 1999, his former colleague told HUMAN EVENTS.

Really now. To prove he was straight, did you have to make him a Playboy lawyer?

Friday, August 12, 2005

Official Judge of the New York Yankees

Derek Jeter and Gary Sheffield discuss their support for Judge Roberts.

Judge Roberts has been named the official Judge of the New York Yankees. The designation, the first of its kind in Major League Baseball history, came after two team leaders, Derek Jeter and Gary Sheffield, insisted on official team support for Judge Roberts. Team ownership, usually circumspect in political battles, agreed to back Judge Roberts on behalf of the team.

The motivation behind this support is unclear, but we the Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts appreciate the support. To prove that there is no quid pro quo, the founders of the CBWSTGJR will continue to refuse to support the Yankees.

Thursday, August 11, 2005

NARAL Means Nasty Abortionists Run Ads Libelous

NARAL has something to say about Roberts, and it's not gay. They'd like you to believe that John Roberts, esteemed nominee to the Supreme Court and widely admired possibly gay man, has been "siding with violent extremists and a convicted clinic bomber while serving in the solicitor general's office," according to a Washington Post article. has picked up the ad, run on the Fox News channel, and fisked it. The anti-Roberts indictments by NARAL turn out to be totally false.

Not that NARAL left it at that. They also claimed that Fox had okayed the ad; but like the lying liars they are, they lied. The Washington Post corrected a story they ran with NARAL's claim about Fox, noting that Fox News did not "approve the ad for airtime":

They wanted to show that their ad passed muster across the political spectrum by saying that FNC had also approved the ad for airtime. Their willingness to use lies to combat the Roberts nomination should prove instructive for not just reporters who rely on their information, but for those who need to measure NARAL's credibility while pondering NARAL's arguments.
Hat tip: Captain Ed and Gary the Ex Donkey.

Post written by and cross posted at A Guide To Midwestern Culture, and cross-posted at No Government Cheese.

Because Hate Is Not A Family Value


Joining the growing chorus of wingnuts objecting to the nomination of John Roberts to the Supreme Court because he doesn't think gays are evil and should be imprisoned is Don Feder, moonbat extraordinaire.

Mr. Feder is evidently not too brite. He imagines a hypothetical conversation between a younger John Roberts and his associates, pre-Romer:

Their conversation might have gone something like this:

Smith: "John, I'd like you to help us get civil-rights status for homosexuals. We want to negate the will of Colorado voters, further eroding representative government in this country. We hope to establish the precedent that a state's voters are to have no say over whether localities can create special rights based solely on performing certain sex acts."

Roberts: "Delighted to help. I have no serious concern about marshalling the troops for this particular assault on Judeo-Christian values."

Mr. Feder... you are cordially invited to bite the CBWSTGJR. You're welcome to your opinion, but don't ASSume you're opinions are widely shared.

*Do* stop by and take the John Roberts Poll. I was going to cross-post it here, but then realized that would probably mess up the poll results.

- Cassandra

Growing and Growing

We are growing faster than an economy after a tax cut. We have added in the last few days:

  • Disposable Wisdom

  • Chairman eDog's Superblog of Capitalist Opression

  • A World of Speculation

  • The Right Blog

  • Chateau D'if
  • And, just added,

  • Little Miss Attila

  • NIF

  • Wave Maker

  • Steal The Bandwagon

  • There are plenty of Zimas in the fridge.

    Wednesday, August 10, 2005

    Celebrity Endorsements*

    We are glad to welcome our celebrity supporters.*

    Scientologist activist and occassional actor Tom Cruise.

    NASCAR's Rainbow Warrior Jeff Gordon.

    NY Metropolitan Mike Piazza.

    Light sider, then dark sider, Hayden Christianson.

    Matchbox 20's Rob Thomas sings our praises.

    Kevin Spacy says Kaiser Sosay supports us.

    Helen Hunt is Mad About Judge Roberts and our site.

    Hillary Rodham Clinton moves to the center.

    Everyone's Friend, Matt LeBlanc.

    Top rated runner-up Clay Aiken.

    Versatile Steeler Kordel Stewart.

    John Travolta says Judge Roberts is the word. Uh, words.

    And finally, claiming that this Blog is living la vida loco, Ricky Martin.

    We appreciate the support.

    * Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts has been prominently featured in many liberal blogs, and on MSNBC's blog, blogpulse and others. Thus, these celebrities must now know about this blog, yet they have not publicly disclaimed any interest in this blog. The clear implication is that these celebrities have endorsed this blog, even if not explicitly.


    OOOOOOOHHH!!! We are so excited!

    James Taranto is just the bees knees...

    But we're not so sure fellow conservatives are going to line up ...err...behind this "Eugene Delgaudio" person.

    Unless it's to kick him in the tuckus for being a nasty, narrow-minded twit:

    Republicans in Washington might remember ... a few years ago, when the "Ted Kennedy Swim Team" marched from La Brasserie, one of the Massachusetts
    senator's favorite hangouts, to the Capitol. That was Delgaudio. A few months later came the "Barney Frank Housesitting Squad," a crusade to create a "hooker-free zone" around the gay congressman's house in case a male prostitute again tried to do business there without Frank's knowledge. That was Delgaudio, too.

    "I know that others feel the same way. I know they believe as I do.
    They're just not going to act," the 50-year-old Northern Virginia man said. "But once I've done it, then they can't claim that no one's opposing Roberts."

    But this is America. Somewhere in the Constitution the Berobed Nine will undoubtedly find a penumbral right to make an ass of yourself. And if it's not in the original text, no doubt they'll be able to find ample precedent in international law.

    We suggest they start with France.

    - Cassandra

    Tuesday, August 09, 2005

    One Conservative Groups Declines To Join

    A little known and irrelevant group called Public Advocate of the United States has declined to support Judge Roberts. The groups didn't say that it thinks that Judge Roberts is gay, but it did cite his work assisting his firm in the Romer v. Evans decision.

    In fairness, we didn't ask them to join us. They are a bunch of tight wads.

    In related news, other high profile conservative groups that the Left loves to bash, primarily because they believe in God, including the Traditional Values Coalition and Focus on the Family Action, the political arm of the Colorado Springs-based conservative Christian ministry Focus on the Family, are still supporting Roberts.

    Dobson, founder of Focus on the Family, said, "I admit that I like the straight Judge Roberts better, but I also like the gay Judge Roberts. We will continue to support him."

    Monday, August 08, 2005


    Today's OpinionJournal discusses the use of gay rumors with respect to Judge Roberts, and also Souter at the time of his nomination.

    Also a proper reference of the bigotry of the left as to Estrada and Thomas.

    Inconceivable as it is, no mention was made of Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts.

    RIP Peter Jennings

    Peter Jennings, long time ABC news achorman, passed away of lung cancer.

    Although he spoke at gay journalist events, he was never rumored to have been gay himself, even though he was from Canada. Nor did he have an opportunity to report on Judge Roberts' nomination or his personal life.

    Nonetheless, we wish to express our condolences to the Jennings and ABC family.

    Michelle Malkin has a nice roundup of commentary on Mr. Jennings.

    Sunday, August 07, 2005

    Continued Growth

    We would like to welcome the following new members:

    Ith of Absinthe and Cookies and

    Timmer of Righting America.

    UPDATE: Also picked up a luke warm endorsement from Don Suber.

    Have a glass of White Zinfandel and hit the dance floor.

    Saturday, August 06, 2005

    Announcing Honorable Commenter Members

    Not everyone active in the Blogosphere chooses to actually have a blog. And that is OK. This is a forum all about freedom of choice. We don't want to leave supporters out just because they choose not to blog.

    We will recognize those without blogs who support this group, Conservative Bloggers Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts.

    List of Supporters Without Blogs:

    Inaugural member:


    #2, make that #1, on Yahoo

    Aug 6, 4:50 p.m . EST A search for "Gay Judge Roberts" puts this group blog at #2 on Yahoo.

    Aug 6, 9:00 p.m. EST A search for "Support Gay Judge" or "Support Gay Judge Roberts" is #1.

    New Members

    Our group of sensitive conservative bloggers has grown by two in its first 12 hours. We are happy to add:

    Pile On, the John Locke Chair of the Ebb & Flow Institute (who explains why our alliance is so necessary) and
    Beth from My Vast Right Wing Conspiracy.

    UPDATE: Within hours, we now add:

    Tigerhawk, a rare combination of Ivy League and Big 10;

    Wonkette, who is not conservative, but felt like even she could join this rabble rousing crowd, especially if Judge Roberts really is gay; and

    A Guide To Midwestern Culture, who was on this story early.

    UPDATE: More growth.

    The Sundries Shack has joined.

    So has American Dinosaur.

    No Oil For Pacifists is in.

    Make your funky selves at home.

    Friday, August 05, 2005

    New Group For Conservatives Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts

    There is little more annoying than the hypocrisy of the Leftist media. We are told that one's homosexuality is a private matter. We are told, in fact, that the Constitution protects one's right to privacy. However, whenever a gay conservative or Republican is discovered, it is exposed as though it were scandal. Here is one example.

    Recently, Judge John G. Roberts, Jr., President Bush's nominee to the Supreme Court of the United States, has been under expected scrutiny. The Leftist determination to uncover dirt is amusing. We know that the New York Times has attempted to dig up dirt on Judge Roberts' adoption of his two children.

    We know, believe it or not, that Judge Roberts is an attorney. This means that, sometimes, he is called upon to advocate a position for his client, even if he personally doesn't think it should be the correct legal position or sound public policy.

    The recent news is that Judge Roberts helped his law firm's attorneys prepare for a case in 1996 that went before the Supreme Court of the United States that involved the equal protection clause's application to homosexuals. Judge Roberts didn't participate in the litigation itself, but it is reported that he reviewed briefs and assisted in preparation for oral argument.

    The New York Times and CBS also was provided the above picture by a credible source who just happens to be an officer in

    The purpose for reporting this story was obvious. The goal was to undermine Judge Roberts support among social conservatives. It has even been implied at by Leftists and places like Democratic Underground and Daily Kos that Judge Roberts may be gay. This, the hypothesis goes, may explain his adoption of children. We believe that these speculations and tactics are despicable. Still, assuming for the sake of argument that they are right, and Judge Roberts has performed legal work that helped homosexuals or, heaven forbid, he is even gay, we respond with a resounding: SO WHAT!

    This Blog is being established to support a Blog Community of right-of-center conservative and libertarian leaning Blogs that support Judge Roberts, even if he is gay.

    The founding members are as follows:

    Cassandra of Villainous Company
    KJ of No Government Cheese
    spd rdr of Heigh Ho

    Now we want to be perfectly clear: we aren't saying that Judge Roberts is gay. But if he is, we still support him. We hope you will to.

    To join Conservatives Who Support The Gay Judge Roberts, please e-mail:

    welikegayjudgeroberts -at- yahoo -dot- com

    Then, link this Blog on your Blog's sidebar, along with the official picture as follows:

    Then, tell the world that you support Judge Roberts. Even if what the Left wants you to believe about him is true.