The Court Orders...drinks all around!

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Monday, 27 December 2010


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The United States Supreme Court, now a subsidiary of Haliburton found a whole new meaning for the term judicial activism this weekend when supreme court chief justice Robots was spotted by Ew! entertainment news carousing poolside in Cabo.

Drunk as a lord and being fed margaritas by senoritas he was swaying in his lounger shouting at bikini clad revellers, "Those breasts are under arrest!" and "I want to see those briefs in my chambers you sweet thang you." "Hey girls, just how liberal are you?"

Ew! entertainment news reporter, Nancy Advancement stripped down to nothing but her undies, four inch heels and a microphone in order to get to the man. And she did.

She reported that he was indeed, very drunk and his hands were Roman.

The chief justice said a Haliburton jet got him of of DC before the snow storms buried the east coast but that he was disappointed to be in Cabo. It seems he had planned to go to Hawaii but was told by Haliburton security that the President was there and so decided it was best not to show up anywhere near the man in a foreign country where his one piece black robes mean nothing.

Haliburton informed the chief justice that Hawaii is a state, unlike the district of Columbia where he works to which he responded, "Shut up and pass the salt."

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