Supreme Court Rules Democrats Have No Standing
Washington, D.C. - In a five to four decision, the Supreme Court of the United States today ruled that Democrats and other non-Republicans have no standing to petition the Court for redress.
Speaking for the majority, Chief Justice John Roberts said, "My colleagues and I who voted in the majority for this decision are Republicans. We were placed on the court by Republicans for the sole purpose of advancing Republican ideology, power and financial benefit. That is why we are here and that is our mission. Democrats and other non-Republicans stand in the way of advancing the one-party state and are therefore considered enemies of the Court without standing."
In another decision, the Supreme Court ruled that Halliburton and Exxon Mobil may avoid answering any questions in criminal and civil proceedings by claiming Executive Privilege because of their close affiliation with both Vice President Cheney and President George W. Bush.