Monday, April 17, 2006

Rude Pundit on Moussaoui

There's this wonderful post over at Rude Pundit on the ongoing Moussaoui trial. I can't post all of it here, because, even though Rude Pundit might be one of my more favorite blogs in the world, Abolish the Death Penalty is the official blog of the National Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty and there is some language over there that we can't use here.

But I will give you a taste. Here's one paragraph:
In essence, the prosecution's approach has been to take out a crowbar and beat the jurors bloody and unconscious until they can do nothing but drool and piss their acquiescence to the revenge that the government wants to enact on Moussaoui. The whole ridiculous, overemotional exercise of the prosecution has even been criticized by William F. Buckley. In his most recent column in his ongoing series "Clenched Patrician Anuses Can't Be Pried Open Even With Silver Spoons," Buckley barely moves his thin lips to say, "Thought renders unintelligible what the prosecution is up to in describing the luridities of 9/11 on Flight 93. The only explanation for what they are doing is that they are covert agents for the movie United 93, which is simultaneously going out from Hollywood."
To read the whole post (and remember: we warned you!) go here.

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