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Ultra Left Wing Supreme Justice Assclown Stevens demonstrates that whatever it is that is causing what used to be his brains to become a jellified, malodorous goo has reached its terminal stage, and Eugene Volokh lets him have it with both barrels. Albeit in a much more polite fashion than the doddering old dimplebrain deserves.

Apparently, “Justice” Stevens is heartbroken about the killing of Admiral Yamamoto during WWII:

Stevens told me he was troubled by the fact that Yamamoto, a highly intelligent officer who had lived in the United States and become friends with American officers, was shot down with so little apparent deliberation or humanitarian consideration. The experience, he said, raised questions in his mind about the fairness of the death penalty. “I was on the desk, on watch, when I got word that they had shot down Yamamoto in the Solomon Islands, and I remember thinking: This is a particular individual they went out to intercept,” he said. “There is a very different notion when you’re thinking about killing an individual, as opposed to killing a soldier in the line of fire.”

Yes, according to “Justice” Stevens and the various deranged voices living in his head, decapitating the enemy’s leadership during a time of war in order to bring about a quicker end to hostilities and, in so doing, saving countless lives on both sides is vastly morally inferior to just mowing down those idiot plebeian grunts wholesale in the trenches.

Just in case there was still a shred of a doubt in your minds about just what kind of elitist, snobbish, self-appointed aristocrat we’re dealing with every time “Justice” Stevens manages to strap on his Depends™ and waddle off to perform another gang rape of the Constitution with his buddy, Ruth Baader-Meinhof Ginsburg.

Oh how Stevens must have wept with joy when the news about the failed 20th of July plot against Adolf Hitler’s life arrived. What horror it would have been for an intelligent leader like Adolf to be blown up like a common serf, without due deliberation or humanitarian considerations! What would this world have come to if people could walk around blasting their superiors to smithereens in order to benefit all of mankind?

Well, Stevens got his wish back in 1944. Hitler survived to carry on the war that his underlings would have ended after his death, costing millions of more lives.

But hey, they were just “soldiers in the line of fire”, so what would Stevens care?

Rope. Tree. “Justice.”
Some assembly required.

25 Responses to “Oh Go Choke On A Can Of Ensure™, You Simpering Old Sucknozzle”
  1. hOOt Gibson Comment by hOOt Gibson

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    Another marxist assclown I would be happy to piss on his grave when he ass-umes room temperature…..I’m sure that Wicked Witch of the West, Ruth Badbreath Ginsberg will be giving him skull trying to revive him if a conservative should happen to be in the White House…..one more right leaning SC Justice would have the left drinking the Kool Aid by the gallon.

    hOOt

  2. L.C. Mope, Imperial Offsetter Comment by L.C. Mope, Imperial Offsetter

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    Stevens told me he was troubled by the fact that Yamamoto,… was shot down with so little apparent deliberation or humanitarian consideration.

    Now substitute the name bin Laden for Yamamoto. Ever notice how these clowns are always “troubled”? For that matter, ever notice how no mention of who was president at the time?

    This moron needs to augur into the pages of history like Yamamoto’s plane.

  3. LC 0311 crunchie I.M.H. Comment by LC 0311 crunchie I.M.H.

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    I’m just…speechless. This idiot does realize that Yamamoto was the architect of Pearl Harbor, and that he was the preeminent stratetician on the Imperial Staff, doesn’t he?

    HE said he was working the “desk” when he heard the news. I hope he didn’t suffer any serious papercuts or anything, Lord knows what we serfs would ever have done with out his superior morality and all.

  4. Unregistered Comment by Mark6591

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    Hey, Crunchie, sounds like you are as shocked as me. Stevens is an Alzheimer’s case. For Christsake, you do not get a much more important military target than Yamamoto.

    Yes he had American education and friends. Yes, he urged Japan not to go to war with us. He died as a soldier.

  5. LC Wil Comment by LC Wil

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    Yet another reason the upcoming election is so DAMNED important. This fucknozzle is either gonna vapor lock or be laughed off the bench in the next five years.

    So will at least two other members of this Circus.

    Quite frankly, I’m rather hoping for vapor lock. This POS doesn’t deserve a retirement.

  6. Mad Insomniac Comment by Mad Insomniac

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    Wow - a Baader-Meinhof Gang reference. One of the reasons I enjoy this site so much - seems I have a common database with a lot of folks here.

    “There is a very different notion when you’re thinking about killing an individual, as opposed to killing a soldier in the line of fire.”

    Suppose that the Japanese had targeted his azz specifically… though, given his subsequent career, the Japanese soldier/sailor/pilot who shot him probably would have been court-martialed for giving aid and comfort to the enemy.

  7. Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur Comment by Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur

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    Yes he had American education and friends. Yes, he urged Japan not to go to war with us. He died as a soldier.

    With emphasis on the last. I won’t say that I find it as sad as the Civil War, which occasionally found brother fighting brother, literally, but there were some members of the Japanese officer corps who were educated here, and made friends while not just studying, but actually assimilating our culture. Yes, it might be sad that they felt compelled to side with the Crysantemum Empire in its sneak attack and war against us, but that was a choice, and ALL choices have consequences. I’m sure that Yamamoto wouldn’t have balked at an opportunity to remove Nimitz from the chain of command, precisely because it was a war, and respect for your enemy or not, you play to win, or you don’t bother. Period.

  8. LC Draco Comment by LC Draco

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    I’m sure that Yamamoto wouldn’t have balked at an opportunity to remove Nimitz from the chain of command,…

    Exactly right.

    Why is it these morons always talk about ‘understanding other cultures’, but never REALLY try to understand when ‘other cultures’ don’t agree with the idiots leftist views.

    R.L.T.W.

  9. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

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    “There is a very different notion when you’re thinking about killing an individual, as opposed to killing a soldier in the line of fire.”

    A soldier in the line of fire EXPECTS to get shot at. Yamamoto knew damn well that he was high on the list of prime targets. Because he knew that his side had their own list.

    Oh…and get this…

    the US naval intelligence effort, code-named “Magic”, intercepted and decrypted a message containing specific details regarding Yamamoto’s tour, including arrival and departure times and locations, as well as the number and types of planes that would transport and accompany him on the journey. John Paul Stevens, later to become a US Supreme Court Justice, was part of the team that decoded this message.

    So the scumsucker helps decode the travel plans…then pisses his panties when our military chooses to act on it…unfreakingbelievable. :em98:

  10. jaybear Comment by jaybear

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    Mrs M sez:

    So the scumsucker helps decode the travel plans…then pisses his panties when our military chooses to act on it…unfreakingbelievable. :em98:

    about as unfreakingbelievable as dhimmi carter being an officer on a nuclear sub…… :em96:

  11. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952

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    Cowardice assumes many forms, this yet another manifestation fomented by the left. To freeze us unto immobility, indecision and cowardice. I read the story of Yamamoto…….and how that P-38 followed his transport down, guns blazing. American guns, avenging Pearl. Yet you note Stevens did not quote Yamamotos famous statement..”I fear we have awakened a slumbering giant and given him a terrible resolve.” He was right, Colonel Tibbets saw to that, much to the dismay of liberals, who mourn the loss of enemy soliders, but never their own.
    We need that resolve again………..

  12. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

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    Strange as this may sound, I have always had alot of respect for Yamamoto. Here is a man who had taken an oath to serve his country in the military. To project the arm of force where ever his Emperor (or the Military godheads who were really controlling things) sent him. He was educated here in the States. He spent a great deal of time among the people. He knew that the propaganda the Japanese War Machine was putting out about how decadent and weak we were was dead wrong.

    He did NOT want to go to war against us. He knew beyond a shadow of a doubt that his country had bitten off way more than it could chew when it decided it was more than capable of carrying on a multi-front war.

    He did not plan Pearl Harbor because he was a malicious evil son of a bitch…he planned it with the intent of buying his country as much time as possible before they were defeated. I believe that had he known that the Declaration of War would be delivered late, he would have done things differently. He was an honorable man, despite what impression people may have of him now. He lived by the Samurai code. “You do not attack a sleeping enemy. You wake him and put a sword in his hand.” He was shamed that his country had carried out a sneak attack, and he realized that above all would rouse our vast anger and guarantee his country’s fate. Yamamoto knew what the United States was capable of when angered, and he knew that Japan would come out on the losing end, but he still honored his oath and fought for his country with all he had. Even to the end, which in my mind he knew he would not live to see his country defeated.

  13. LC 0311 crunchie I.M.H. Comment by LC 0311 crunchie I.M.H.

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    Well said Mrs M! And I agree wholeheartedly with everything you said. Especially this;

    He was shamed that his country had carried out a sneak attack,

    Many of the junior officers felt the same way, especially the pilots who flew the raid. That is why the cry of “Tota, Tora, Tora!” was so vital. The expected to be attacking a base that had just received the word of war, not a Navy still at peace.

    That having been said though, despite my respect for Yamamoto as a warrior, the Japanese warrior caste were brutal and savage in their dealings with the enemy and the civilian population alike. Despite Yamomoto’s exposure to the West, he still condoned the barbaric practices of his nation.

  14. cmblake6 Comment by cmblake6

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    People, VOTE! Yamamoto was a glorious warrior, and died a warriors death. As he knew he well might. Credit where it is due, respect. Where I started this thread is we cannot afford, for the good of our nation, any more of these blithering leftwing idiots. We need, desperately, to control the madness until we can get enough people in the right position to clarify the enumerated powers of the branches of the government.

  15. LC Mrs. M-ITT™ Comment by LC Mrs. M-ITT™

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    That having been said though, despite my respect for Yamamoto as a warrior, the Japanese warrior caste were brutal and savage in their dealings with the enemy and the civilian population alike.

    Oh absolutely Crunch….I hope I didn’t give the impression that I felt he was blameless. While he garners respect for some of his actions and views, he was still the enemy which oversaw the death of thousands of our sailors and airmen, and the near destruction of our Navy. He still lead a ruthless fight that our Navy came close to losing. He was a member of a war machine that brutally raped, savaged, mutilated and murdered innocent civilians with no remorse at all.
    You can have respect for this man, and yet know that his death was very justified. Which Old Fart Stevens seems to be unwilling to admit. I think my point was that I have more respect for Yamamoto than I do Stevens.

  16. Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur Comment by Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur

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    We need that resolve again………..

    It will be here when that day arrives, Caveman. And it gives me no pleasure to say it, but the simpering, pus-laden appeasers and apologists among us will be among the first to go. “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” They might be Americans, but when their delusions and dain-bramage threatens me and mine, they cannot be allowed to continued to draw breath. Period.

    When the serious times come, serious people will come back into their own, to once again secure the blessings of liberty, and they’ll brook no treason while they do it.

  17. Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur Comment by Blackiswhite, Imperial Agent Provocateur

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    I think my point was that I have more respect for Yamamoto than I do Stevens.

    I think I get that.

  18. LC HJ Caveman82952 Comment by LC HJ Caveman82952

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    Amen, Blackiswhite…my sentiments reflected in your statement. Brook no interference, tolerate no treason……the true meaning of you are with us or against us. The allegedly tolerant left won’t survive, as much as they would prefer throwing us to the wolves as they would, for as odd as it may seem….I would prefer shooting these traitors to enemy soldiers………I know how to use my guns and will use them as well as I can. So you may have some company….considering the Rotties, no doubt a great deal of company.

  19. Alan K. Henderson Comment by Alan K. Henderson

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    I posted this in Volokh comments:

    I happen to be one of those (rare?) sorts who opposes the death penalty but finds no problem with shooting down Yamamoto. If for no other reason, comparing the two falls short because they represent powers vested in two different branches of government. The military (and police) represent executive authority; they are empowered to use deadly force against at-large threats. Capital punishment is a power vested in the judiciary, to punish perpetrators of certain deadly and/or treasonous crimes one they’ve been apprehended.

    Here’s some old bloggage of mine that sums up my position on capital punishment:

    The use of lethal force should be used in emergency situations to combat murderous crimes in progress. The military wages war against criminal armies and overthrows criminal governments. Law enforcement uses deadly force to confront immediate deadly threats to the public at large, and armed citizens do so when such threats come right in their faces.

    The courts are far too easily politicized and is far too arbitrary to be trusted with such power. Granted, that arbitrariness tends to favor defendants. The political left’s worry about discriminatory abuses of the death penalty really is justified, even though it may be deluded as to where such abuses are occurring now. If a court is willing to dumb down the definition of capital murder for the benefit of some people, what will stop it from broadening its definition in order to “catch” others who would ordinarily face a lesser charge?

  20. BobF Comment by BobF

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    As far as Hitler goes, the Allied Supreme Leadership was concerned Hitler might get assassinated. Their worry was someone would kill him and a real military commander would take over Germany’s war effort. Germany still possessed a formidable military and under a real general could have possibly won the war in Europe. Until Germany’s defeat was secured, the Allies never tried to assassinate him. It was his own military leadership that tried to have him killed.

  21. Serious Sean Comment by Serious Sean

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    Stevens’ senility (which was never in doubt) is at its most apparent here. Yamamoto was a knowledgeable and formidable officer, but eliminate him we had to in order to defeat the Japanese Navy.

  22. Xystus Comment by Xystus

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    John Paul Stevens, later to become a US Supreme Court Justice, was part of the team that decoded this message.

    So that’s Just-Ass Stevie’s problem. He has a guilt complex about the episode.

  23. AyUaxe Comment by AyUaxe

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    It always amazes me that justices appointed by Republicans (Stevens by Nixon) so often turn out to be such crap heads down the road. That’s the problem with politicizing judicial appointments–these guys and gals are there for life. They don’t care about politics all that much. They’re just doin’ what they want to do–if they don’t have a firm moral compass that’s aligned with the text of the Constitution, like Rehnquist did and Scalia does, they’ll veer off into all kinds of stupid personal briar patches, like Kennedy’s seeming latent homosexuality, Stevens’ whiney apologetic for the law of capital punishment and/or war, which it is not his place to try to rescind. This is why it’s more important in selecting judges to make decisions based on character and firmly held personal beliefs than on party affiliation or positions taken in professional life. After all, we lawyers are paid to change our skins and sink our fangs into friend or foe at the drop of a hat. That’s how we sort the sheep from the goats–not as cerebral as it seems, yet not as bloody as it could be.

  24. Unregistered Comment by leoni2, LC

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    I can not believe that he said that. Excuse me, brain dead justice, we were at fucking WAR, you moron? or have you forgotten how many Generals and Admirals we lost during World War II, as well as Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, Coast Guardmen and Merchant Mariners? I’m sorry, but Yamamoto had the bulleye placed on him the very moment he led the raid on Pearl. It’s called payback is a BITCH!!!! And I’m sure he knew that it was going to happen at some point. MORON!!!!

  25. Unregistered Comment by leoni2, LC

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    Mrs. M comments,

    So the scumsucker helps decode the travel plans…then pisses his panties when our military chooses to act on it…unfreakingbelievable. :em98:

    Wait a minute? He was among those who broke the code that revealed Yamamoto’s travel plans. Why that…..Anyone else out there wish that they can go back in time and smack him on the head for what he’s going to say now. MORON!!!!!