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.