Thursday, December 3, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 3, 2020

Program Notes

BJ dings the governor for lack of transparence.  Susan learns a hard lesson about quarantine. Sen. (Taitano) is apparently laying the foundation to praise some local loudmouths. Democrats attempt to scare off firms representing Trump. Tall Tales take Justice Alito to the woodshed. BLM disses Antifa—Aunt Florence always said, “You can’t expect an honest partner in a dishonest dear.” Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks, are educated (again.) English is a microaggression for the left.

The Card

  • BJ v. The Governor
  • GPD v. Susan Hogue
  • Andri, Ken, Ray and Bob THANK! Sen. (Taitano)
  • Democrats v. Big Law
  • Tall Tales v. Justice Alito
  • BLM v. Antifa
  • BLM v. Whitecoats
  • Cornell v. English

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Wednesday, December 2, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 2, 2020

 Program Notes

Kentucky’s AG contrasts with ours supremely!. Given recent descriptions of Sidney’s filings Tucker may have to eat a little crow, Turley instructs about libel. Tall Tales take Justice Alito to the woodshed. Public Auditor BJ dings the governor for lack of transparency. Democrats attempt scare off firms representing Trumph. I take Justice Alito to the woodshed. BLM disses Antifa—Aunt Florence always said, “You can’t expect an honest partner in a dishonest dear.” Our local SJW’s, the White Coats for BLM folks are educated (again.)

The Card

  • Tucker Carlson v. Sidney Powell (J. Turley)
  • Kentucky’s AG v. Leevin Camacho Part II
  • BJ v. The Governor
  • Democrats v. Big Law
  • Tall Tales v. Justice Alito
  • BLM v. Antifa!
  • BLM v. Whitecoats

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Tuesday, December 1, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, DEC. 1, 2020

Program Notes

Guam Police opened fire on two citizens, killing one. The result: a 20 day paid vacation for four cops—no riots, vandalism and arson, hafa?! Peinhof takes to the streets again to support his outReyes [sic] demand (beep!beep!) that he be permitted to earn a living after 263 days of lockdown. Get out your Law & Order notebooks out for Racism v. Reporting which was on the card earlier dealing with Japanese and American courts. The Post brushes the legal points aside to concentrate on race. Janela adds to the Bill 312 saga. Kentucky’s AG contrasts with ours. Given recent descriptions of Sidney’s filings Tucker may have to eat a little crow. Tall Tales take Justice Alito to the woodshed.

Today’s Card

  • Defund The Police v. Guam
  • Thomas Peinhof v. The 263 Day Lockdown
  • Racism v. Reporting [Japanese Courts v. District Court of Guam
  • Mary Torres’ Bill 312 v. the Merit System (update)
  • Kentucky’s AG v. Leevin Camacho
  • Tucker Carlson v. Sidney Powell
  • Democrats v. Big Law
  • Tall Tales v. Justice Alito
  • BLM v. Antifa! 

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Monday, November 30, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, NOV. 30, 2020

Program Notes

Thanksgiving cheer lasted for two days at the legislature—part time legislature anyone?! Everybody knows that Typhoon Pongsona hit Guam on December 8, 2002 because the legislature cancelled the Camarin Day GovGuam Holiday. NOT

Norway has criminalized hate speech. Jim W. Moylan, pls don’t go to Oslo on vacation. Wokesters don’t want any part of Jordan Peterson’s new book because his pronouns are ‘he’ ‘him’ and ‘his.’ Therese Terlaje again revises the history of the Chamorro Land Trust Act. Janela adds to the Bill 312 saga. Kentucky’s AG contrasts with ours. Given recent descriptions of Sidney’s filings Tucker may have to eat a little crow. Tall Tales takes Justice Alito to the woodshed.

The Card

  • The Legislature v. Working Stiffs
  • Tall Tales v. The December 8 Myth
  • Norway v. Free Speech
  • Penguin Random House v. Wokesters
  • Therese Terlaje v. History (again)
  • Mary Torres’ Bill 312 v. the Merit System (update)
  • Kentucky’s AG v. Leevin Camacho
  • Tucker Carlson v. Sidney Powell
  • Democrats v. Big Law
  • Tall Tales v. Justice Alito

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Friday, November 27, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, NOV. 27, 2020

 Program Notes

The latest from the Department pf Public Harassment & Secret Services: The phrase sentence first (and) verdict afterwards is used to denounce arbitrariness. “Let the jury consider their verdict,” the King said, for about the twentieth time that day. “No, no!” said the Queen. “Sentence firstverdict afterwards.”

Lt. Gov. Tenorio returns to the card today to continue his quixotic battle against “local legislation.” De Laval, Inc. takes issue with the milkmaid, Lou LG. Kentucky’s AG contrasts with ours. De Laval, Inc. takes issue with the milkmaid, Lou LG. Our governor has now got us national press on this one. [Tall Tales was able to obtain the governor’s PR Training Manual:

Open mouth.

Insert foot. [Beep! Beep!]

Wokesters don’t want any part of Jordan Peterson’s new book because his pronouns are ‘he’ ‘him’ and ‘his.’

Therese Terlaje again revises the history of the Chamorro Land Trust Act. Janela adds to the Bill 312 saga. Kentucky’s AG contrasts with ours. Given today’s description of Sidney’s filings Tucker may have to eat a little crow. Tall Tales take Justice Alito to the woodshed.

Today’s Card

  • The Department of Public Harassment & Secret Services v. YOU!
  • Diocese of Brooklyn v. Cuomo (SCOTUS)
  • Governor v. USN [Dairy Farmers & GOP v. The Governor (gone national)
  • Penguin Random House v. Wokesters
  • Therese Terlaje v. History (again)
  • Mary Torres’ Bill 312 v. the Merit System (update)
  • Kentucky’s AG v. Leevin Camacho
  • Tucker Carlson v. Sidney Powell
  • Democrats v. Big Law
  • Tall Tales v. Justice Alito

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Wednesday, November 25, 2020

BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, NOV. 25, 2020

 Program Notes

The latest from the Department pf Public Harassment & Secret Services: The phrase sentence first (and) verdict afterwards is used to denounce arbitrariness. “Let the jury consider their verdict,” the King said, for about the twentieth time that day. “No, no!” said the Queen. “Sentence first—verdict afterwards.”

Lt. Gov. Tenorio returns to the card today to continue his quixotic battle against “local legislation.” The MCCA is looking hard for “weavers” everywhere but Guam.  Maybe we already have enough weavers.  Rachel Ramirez, late of Saipan, demonstrates that being a “journalist” is a good way to insert your biases into what you write. Therese Terlaje again revises the history the Chamorro Land Trust Act. Janela adds to the Bill 312 saga. De Laval, Inc. takes issue with the milkmaid, Lou LG. Kentucky’s AG contrasts with ours.

Today’s Card

  • The department of Public Harassment & secret Services v. YOU!
  • Josh “Quixote” v. “The Church” [Lt. Gov. Josh v. The Strawman
  • Environmental Wackos v. Guam
  • Rachel Ramirez v. Guam
  • Therese Terlaje v. History (again)
  • Mary Torres’ Bill 312 v. the Merit System (update)
  • Dairy Farmers & GOP v. The Governor
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TENORIO TILTING AT WINDMILLS


The following is the KUAM story, copy and pasted, with JW's notes in red:

Lieutenant Governor Josh Tenorio broke his silence on being rejected as a godparent candidate by the Catholic Church. Tenorio this morning on The Link said he was chosen to be a confirmation godparent - he is already a nino many times over - over the summer, but after attending a practice for the ceremony, he says a parishioner made a complaint about him taking part in that practice.

  • Sorry KUAM, but you're late to the party. Tenorio "broke his silence" (or at least went public) several days ago on K57
  • "...he is already a nino many times over.
  • And that's part of the problem. There is a checklist to become a godparent in the Catholic Church, so either Tenorio lied about his lifestyle on the checklist or the pastors involved looked the other way. It was probably the latter. 
  • Even in the present case, it apparently took a parishioner to object, when it was the pastor's duty to privately engage Tenorio (and anyone else who doesn't meet the "checklist") in the first place. 
  • Note: Tragically, most pastors do not involve themselves in preparations for sacramental reception, they notoriously delegate the duty to otherwise well-meaning lay persons. Seriously, do you want a nice guy walking in off the street to prep you for surgery? That's what pastors are permitting and that is really what the Tenorio story is exposing.

Tenorio, our island and nation's first openly-gay lieutenant governor, said he later was told by church officials he would not be allowed to become a nino again, and it wasn't necessarily just because he is openly gay.

"I think it's more because I'm in a relationship. So I think the church is fine if you're gay, but you're not supposed to do anything about it. So you know, pretend it's not happening. The church - they are entitled to discriminate the way they want to based on their belief systems," he commented.

  • Credit to Tenorio. While PNC tried to make this about "being gay," Tenorio, both in the PNC story and in this one, insists that it is because he is in a same-sex relationship. The proper term for it - in the eyes of the Church - is "an irregular relationship," which applies equally no matter one's sexual orientation.
  • Tenorio's choice of the word "discriminate" is probably not premeditated. "Discriminate" is one of those loaded terms which opens up the door for all sorts of bad stuff, such as "hate crimes." However, Tenorio is actually right on the mark. Jesus himself told us that discrimination would be the cost of following Him:
Matthew 10:21-23:
21 “Brothers will turn against their own brothers and hand them over to be killed. Fathers will hand over their own children to be killed. Children will fight against their own parents and will have them killed. 22 Everyone will hate you because you follow me. But the one who remains faithful to the end will be saved. 23 When you are treated badly in one city, go to another city. I promise you that you will not finish going to all the cities of Israel before the Son of Man comes again.

Tenorio said the church has a different set of rules for straight persons in relationships, adding, "For unmarried straight couples who are in a situation to be godparents, they usually will let them do it because within the faith, there's a pathway to get married. The priests use this as an opportunity to minister to them so that they could get married in church. Unfortunately for the gays, that is not the case and it will never be the case, marriage in that context as a religious ceremony. But in the legal government context it is a civil right."

  • Tenorio is right about one thing: a sacramental marriage between two persons of the same sex "will never be the case." But he is incorrect about "unmarried straight couples who are in a situation" (i.e. sexual or cohabitation relationship) being permitted to be godparents - though there are some pastors who look the other way at this too. 
  • No one can be a godparent in the Catholic Church who is openly in an irregular sexual relationship - or more to the point: any person who is not leading the life they are swearing to foster in the person they are sponsoring as a godparent.
  • It is simply a matter of having the qualifications for the job. The job of a godparent is explicit:
Can.  874 §1.3: (A godparent must) "be a Catholic who has been confirmed and has already received the most holy sacrament of the Eucharist and who leads a life of faith in keeping with the function to be taken on..."
  • So it's sort of like wanting to fly an airplane because you like airplanes and the passengers like you, but you don't qualify to fly an airplane. It's that simple, but when it comes to sexual anarchy, all bets of any logic are off.
  • However, the other key word is "openly." And this is where Tenorio wants it both ways. 
  • Earlier Tenorio is quoted as saying: "So I think the church is fine if you're gay, but you're not supposed to do anything about it." 
  • That is not true. Neither, the Church nor anyone else can tell a person's sexual orientation by looking at that person. 
  • A "gay" person has to make his or her orientation publicly known in one way or another. 
  • This is why many black people reject the homosexual agenda tag of "civil rights." A black person is a black person because he or she is a black person. It's not an orientation or a lifestyle, it's a physical characteristic.
  • "Gays, etc." cannot be identified as "gay" unless he or she chooses to make it publicly known. Tenorio has chosen to make it publicly known.

Tenorio added that with the new conservative complexion of the US Supreme Court, he anticipated local legislation may be in the works to reverse the legalization of same-sex marriages, and that he would fight such efforts every step of the way.

  • It's hard not to title this whole KUAM news item "tilting at windmills.
  • Just WHO??? would introduce "local legislation?" 
  • We can't get anyone to introduce anything of consequence let alone what Tenorio conspiratorially suggests, especially in the face of the fact that the majority of Guamanians not only do NOT consider same-sex marriage an issue, they actually support it! 
  • And local Guamanians (most of whom are Catholic) are not alone:
  • In fact, does our Lt. Governor even know that it was a Catholic U.S. Supreme Court justice, Anthony Kennedy, who wrote the majority opinion in the Obergefell decision? 
  • SMH. Talk about "tilting at windmills." Apparently Tenorio has nothing else to do...and doesn't read.


Please stick to fighting Covid, Lt. Governor. And P.S. there's this from the Mayo Clinic:

"It's possible that you could get the COVID-19 virus from sexual activities that expose you to fecal matter. There is currently no evidence that the COVID-19 virus is transmitted through semen or vaginal fluids, but the virus has been detected in the semen of people who have or are recovering from the virus."


NOTE: "Semen and vaginal fluids." Apparently hetero-sex is safer. Stay say, Lt. Governor.

Tuesday, November 24, 2020

TENORIO AND NERO CONTINUED

We left off (here) with Tenorio's reported comment that that "church" has the legal authority to do this. 

JW questioned what Tenorio meant by the "legal authority" of the "church" to "do this" since - pursuant to the First Amendment - the "church" has no "legal authority" over the state and the state has no "legal authority" over the "church" insofar as to what the "church" teaches and requires of its faithful.

Before we go on to the rest of what Tenorio said, PNC and K57 (which was the only media to carry the story) could use a little education. 

Just what is the "church?" 

Whenever "church" is spelled with a capital "C" (e.g. "Church") it is almost always understood as the Catholic Church - for reasons we don't need to go into here. 

But the PNC reporter uses small "c" "church." So what is that? A building? A former gas station? 

But moving on to Tenorio and again copying from the PNC story: 

According to Tenorio, the church has a legal authority to do this, but there’s no question that his experience is evidence that there will continue to be a movement against the rights of those who are living their lives independently in the LGBTQ community.

“I would expect that, unfortunately, those will be the same voices that will try and pass legislation to reduce the number of freedoms and liberties we have here on the island,” the lieutenant governor said. - PNC

As already mentioned, we dealt with the "legal authority" quip earlier, so let's move on to the next thing:

...there’s no question that his experience is evidence that there will continue to be a movement against the rights of those who are living their lives independently in the LGBTQ community.

Unfortunately we cannot even engage Tenorio directly on this quip because it appears the PNC reporter - apparently trying to keep her job for a bit longer than most PNC/K57 employees keep their jobs (these days) - wholly inserted a high-school-freshman-newsletter-twist into the Tenorio story. 

The PNC reporter interpolates: 

"...there's no question..." 

Umm, there's no question BY WHO? You? 

Seriously are there any adults at PNC? If so, you may want to help your child reporters. But let's move on to the meat of the thing.

There is an actual quote from Tenorio that we will deal with, but first there's another "freshman newspaper" thing from PNC's child reporter:

"...those who are living their lives independently in the LGBTQ community"

If Tenorio made anything clear, he made CLEAR that the "LGBTQ community" has no interest in "living their lives independently." 

In fact, the whole point of "Patti's" interview - and Tenorio's comments in the PNC news item that followed - is that the "LGBTQ community" is willing to do anything BUT... live their lives "independently." 

According to Tenorio - or the freshman child who wrote the report - the "LGBTQ community" intends to be extremely proactive in shutting down anyone who dares attempt to "reduce the number of freedoms and liberties we have here on the island.."

Never mind that Tenorio's very position as the island's (and in fact the nation's) first every OPENLY GAY LT. GOVERNOR, is in fact an island-wide referendum on the wholesale acceptance of homo-sex ... and thus same-sex unions/marriages/relationships - or whatever you or they want to call it/they/them. There is NOTHING "independent" about Tenorio's thin agenda. 

Meanwhile, there is much to be said by the "silent majority," i.e. certain homosexually oriented persons who have to endure the Tenorio-like labels and who really do just want to live their lives "independently" without the likes of Tenorio and the PNC-child stirring up dust the rest of them don't want. But we'll get to that.

To be continued...


BOB KLITZKIE ON TALL TALES, NOV. 24, 2020

Program Notes

The card begins with “some” suggesting that SHPO Patrick Lujan has a conflict of interest. Who is “some?” Therese Terlaje again revises the history of the Chamorro Land Trust Act. Janela adds to the Bill 312 saga. De Laval, Inc. takes issue with the milkmaid, Lou LG. Kentucky’s AG contrasts with ours. Tucker Carlson calls the bet on Sidney Powell. Democrats are slamming law firms that represent Trump. Justice Alito incurs the wrath of Tall Tales. BLM v. Antifa—Aunt Florence always said not to expect an honest partner in a dishonest deal.

Today’s Card

  • A Journalistic Cheap Shot v. The SHPO
  • Therese Terlaje v. History (again)
  • Mary Torres’ Bill 312 v. the Merit System (update)
  • Dairy Farmers & GOP v. The GovernorKentucky’s AG v. Leevin Camacho
  • Tucker Carlson v. Sidney Powell
  • Democrats v. Big Law
  • Tall Tales v. Justice Alito
  • BLM v. Antifa!

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