Spinfest of 2015

If this year be known for anything remarkable, so far anyway, it should really be for spin. And everyone is in on the party, it’s fashionable — news, politicians, law, science, history.

We have riots they spin them into civil disobedience. Prosecutors spin their oath. Politicians spin their promises. We have Supreme Court decisions(spin in themselves) spinning the outcome in whichever direction they want. Supremes spin their decisions based on telepathy rather than words.

We got lectured from SCOTUS that words don’t matter in legislation anymore. It’s up to their divine interpretations to rewrite legislation according to some ESP intent. With words and meaning out of the way, things will be so much easier. What should any law mean if you cast off the meaning of words? Should it mean the same thing in the future it meant at a given time when they decided it? Why should it? Move on. Of course that fits that philosophy of evolving interpretations of everything. Thinking evolves too.

So we also evolved to same sex marriage. We’ve evolved even since the nineties. Remember the Defense of Marriage Act? But perhaps Bill Clinton was being prophetic when he said “It depends upon what the meaning of the word ‘is’ is.” So whatever it means at the moment.

The evolution works well with the spin trend. They go together. Then why not just go out and spin your own reality? Gee thanks, Supremes, for the new “law of the land”.

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15 comments on “Spinfest of 2015

  1. Davetherave says:

    Great post Bull. Your title and thoughts are excellent. Right on point.

    Could the current ten years we’re in since Barry got elected be referred to as the Propaganda Decade? Works for me. The commies have pushed their message and shoved new laws – many “new” laws being simply ignore current laws – down the throat of our nation for every one of their Alinksy agenda’s. The crap we stand in just keeps getting deeper and more stinky.

    As with almost everything (as the Founders intended); I believe each state should have been left to decide gay marriage law(s). Certainly not the SCROTUM that is as much – if not more – politically driven than elected officials. Of course I’m a religious right person and apparently my beliefs have evolved into “doesn’t matter anymore.”

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    • Bullright says:

      Dave, the propaganda decade sounds about right. And they’re probably proud of that. We’ve taken it too. It should be up to states but the hungry usurpers tunneled in. States have their capital punishment law etc. They’re now charting a whole new area. The ship wasn’t built for this.

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  2. drrik says:

    As long as we’re spinning , the Supremes are no longer those partisan presidential appointees approved by the Senate that no longer represents the states.
    The Supremes, as Jefferson opined, are the states and the citizens.

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  3. peppermintfarm says:

    Great article Bull.

    Now what we have here is Spin City within Sin City. SCOTUS has entered the world of Cesspool City and the devil’s got them by his horns. Making laws is not their job, but hey who cares while everyone else walks all over the DO-NOTHING-CONGRESS.

    They’re only following Obama’s lead, the only thing he’s ever lead, being lawless.

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    • Bullright says:

      Pepp, you’re exactly right, they made a cocktail while do-nothing Congress just watches. They gave SCOTUS the red carpet, surprise they’re peeing all over it. Yep, its the one thing Obama’s an expert at. But does it have to be so easy for them?

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      • peppermintfarm says:

        Yeah as easy as it is for the Dicktator to walk all over Congress. Why would Congress want to make it hard on them? LOL! What a bunch of jerks who are being paid by us, otherwise also known as welfare recipients.

        Apparently being lawless in Cesspool City is easy as pie. One does it they all do it. One big lawless bottomless pit.

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        • Bullright says:

          So true Pepp. It’s disgustingly a cake walk for them. Right, its like a convention of lawlessness. Even the body they say is the hot cup, closest to the people, is not even luke warm on the people’s business or concerns. Then as I heard some of the critters are relieved that the Rogue Robes took the issues off the table for them, before the election, how wussified is that thinking? I guess we are just begging for more of the same unless Congress gets in the game.

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