Monday, February 14, 2005

Ready to try something new ?

Are you bored with your current job and looking for an exiting change? Are you sick of not getting any respect, and dream of the day when all who appear before you have to have to kiss your ass and refer to you by a grandiose title? Are you tired of not being taken seriously, and long to have your every word and proclamation recorded and studied for generations to come, thus enshrining your place in history? Are you weary of regular clothes and have a secret desire to make a fashion statement in a snazzy black dress?

If all these things sound exiting to you, then the answer is obvious. You need to be a Federal Appeals Court Judge. Not a lawyer? No problem! Under the administration of Dumbya, you are no longer required to be a lawyer to be a judge.

Thomas B. Griffith, President Bush's nominee for the federal appeals court in Washington, has been practicing law in Utah without a state law license for the past four years, according to Utah state officials.

Job requirements: No law license required. Blind loyalty to Republican Party a must. Clinton hatred a bonus. Fullfilling your biblical duty of procreation viewed favourably.

Griffith, 55, is a member of the Republican National Lawyers Association and was the lead counsel for the Senate during the impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton. Married and the father of six, he is a former partner at the D.C. firm of Wiley Rein & Fielding, whose partners served in prominent positions in past Republican administrations..

Full story at the Washington Post.

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