20 January 2008

I'm a little late to the party, here...

But, wow... I mean... holy freakin' pissin' away my tax dollars while conducting an inquisition...
"Guess that's what happens with a Drama queen foolishly takes on an accused anti-semitic computer techie, eh -- don't tug on "Ubermensch's" cape next time, Richie boy."
I'm gonna go out on a limb here... and guess they don't teach this particular tactic at most law schools.


UPDATE: Kathy Shaidle backs 'er off a bit


RELATED: One gal's devious Drama Queen...

Is apparently another man's knight in shining armour...
Toronto lawyer Warren Kinsella, whose 1994 book, Web of Hate, enraged the radical right, calls Mr. Warman "extraordinarily courageous.

Most people do not understand that when you speak up against terrorists -- in this case, far-right terrorists -- they do not thereafter engage you in scholarly debate. Sometimes, they want to kill you. Warman knows that, but he keeps going."

That makes him, in Mr. Kinsella's estimation, "one of the bravest people in Canada."
Uh, Warren... maybe you need to get out more.


LAST WORD: Ezra lays it out
The commissions are set up to attract complaints from people who don't like free debates, who don't like the rigors of a real court, or who simply see a punitive government process in which they'd like to entangle their enemies.

Is it any surprise that such a system appeals to foreign-born radical jihadis like Mohamed Elmasry and Syed Soharwardy, and domestic litigators of fortune like Richard Warman?