Monday, September 17, 2007

The Unprecidented: Chambers v. God

From the fantastic guys over at at the Foreign Policy blog, we learn of a Nebraska State Senator doing the unthinkable: suing God. While the blog post seems to suggest that the Senator is, well, crazy (he was a "barber" before being a senator they tell us), the truth is actually more reasonable. To the varying dismay of neo-Platonists and atheists, this is no modern-day Job, pissed off once again at that proverbial punching bag, the Old Testament God. It turns out, instead, he's just a normal old American lawmaker who's had enough with this litigious society. Here finally is a man unafraid to speak truth to divine power.


Blogger Scantron said...


1:47 AM  
Blogger Scantron said...

You really love Passport, don't you.

1:47 AM  
Blogger Robot said...

best blog on the nets!

10:10 AM  
Blogger The Sheriff said...

I'd like to point out that this is not _totally_ unique.

Here (
Is the opinion on the case "Gerald Mayo V. Satan and His Staff", decided by the US District court of Western Penn. In 1971.

4:48 PM  
Blogger Robot said...

oh, sorry mr. lawyer boy. guess you're the only one who can post about law stuff now. sorry i even tried, gettin all uppity like that.


11:24 PM  
Blogger The Sheriff said...

Listen, I found the precedent for the Unprecedented. You got pwn3d. You and God. Both of you can just go cry under a blanket together. One doesn't have to be in law school to know that you two are just waiting for the opportunity.

4:38 PM  

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