Judge Wants to Edit 10 Commandments
In view of some decisions made by judges, we've suspected that they had an identity problem, i.e., thinking they are God. But now we have evidence. Perhaps the problem is that most judges start out as lawyers. Maybe it's time to raise to the bench people of good old common sense which seems pretty rare among lawyers. (Well, I do know a few good ones.) Is it any wonder there are so many lawyer jokes? Here's one for you:
Question: What's wrong with lawyer jokes?
Answer: Lawyers don't think they're funny and other people don't think they're jokes.
And a comment attributed to Sandra Day O'Connor: "There's no shortage of lawyers in D.C. In fact there may be more lawyers than people."