5 years after he unfurled a 14-foot "Bong Hits 4 Jesus" banner on a Juneau, Alaska, street, Joseph Frederick has a date at the Supreme Court in what is shaping up as an important test of constitutional rights.
The disappointment on Frederick's face was evident, when he finally understood bailiffs' explanation that "Supreme" meant'the nation's highest court,' and not'comes with sour cream & tomato.'
Q: How many Supreme Court Justices does it take to screw in a light bulb?
A: Nine-three to form a plurality, two to concur in part, two to dissent one to concur in part and dissent in part with the plurality opinion, and the last to concur with the dissenters in part.
This is a true story. Last night I was in a minor accident on the
highway. We both pulled off to the side and as soon as I smelled the other
guy's breath it was obvious he had been smoking pot. When the cops finally
showed up, I told one of them this and he said, "and just how do you know
what pot smells like?" I told him I used to use it before I was nominated
to the Supreme Court.
Roy Smith, System Administrator
Public Health Research Institute
By a vote of 5 to 4, the Supreme Court today rescinded Vice President Al Gore's Nobel Peace Prize and awarded it to President Bush instead.
Writing for the majority, Chief Justice Roberts stated that "President George W. Bush has done more than any person in the world to demonstrate what an elusive prize peace is."
President Obama intends to name a Supreme Court justice who combines "empathy and understanding" to replace David Souter. Naturally, this rules out a man.
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