Here are a couple fantastic comebacks for the history books. The first is by General "Stormin'" Norman Schwarzkopf...you know, the guy whos coattails RINO Colin Powell rode on all the way to Secretary of State.
In an interview General Schwarzkopf was asked if he thought there was room for forgiveness towards the people who have harbored and abetted the terrorists who perpetrated the 9/11 attacks on America. In an answer that was classic Schwarzkopf, he replied:
"I believe that forgiving them is God's function. Our job is to arrange the meeting."
Any who have known me more than fifteen minutes also know full well of my contempt for liberals and lawyers. Having spent some time serving in the law enforcement community, I inevitably fall on one side of the endless battle between law and justice...the one where we watch the "good guys" (us) risk everything to catch the bad guys while the slime amongst us (lawyers) make a tidy living in making sure the bad guys go free. That being said, I just had to post this minor moment of brilliance by a fellow officer:
This policeman was being cross-examined by a defense lawyer during a felony trial. In typical dirtbag fashion, the lawyer was trying to undermine the officers credibility.
Q: 'Officer...did you see my clent fleeing the scene?'
A: 'No sir, but I subsequently observed a person matching the description of the offender, running several blocks away.'
Q: 'Officer...who provided this description?'
A: 'The Officer who responded to the scene.'
Q: 'A fellow officer provided the description of this so-called offender. Do you trust your fellow officers?'
A: 'Yes sir, with my life.'
Q: 'With your life? Let me ask you this then officer. Do you have a room where you change your clothes in preparation for you daily duties?'
A: 'Yes sir, we do.'
Q: 'And do you have a lock on your locker?'
A: 'Yes sir.'
Q: 'Now...why is it officer, if you trust your fellow officers with your life, you find it necessary to lock your locker in a room you share with these same officers?'
A: 'You see sir...we share the building with the court complex, and sometimes lawyers have been known to walk through that room.'
The courtroom exploded with laughter and a recess was forced to be called.