Legal Genius Stacey Campfield Finds Way Around Getting His Garbage Written About


We have been writing a lot about Stacey Campfield, the Tennessee state senator attempting to be the first evil mastermind to find success without possessing any evidence of an actual mind.

He originally got people's attention by having the courage to say families with dumb children should not get public assistance, which is clearly the responsible way to, as he described it, "break the cycle of poverty," then there was the time he wanted to call the parents of gay students who seek school counseling, because nothing could possibly happen there. BUT THERE IS MORE.

He has a blog, and, after the jump, Your Wonkette will owe him almost $300,000!

You can go to his blog and read it, if you'd like, though you may not get very far. It would probably be a terrifically average Facebook page, as far as legislators go, but when a dimwitted guy with a Blogger account starts defining "Barackracy," it's time for somebody to step in and pointed out why people are laughing.

Normally, "state legislator has silly blog with awful jokes" is not grounds for criticism, especially if he's trying to engage his constituency. And normally, calling someone "stupid" is a cheap insult that doesn't contain any actual criticism.

But there is a disclaimer on Campfield's blog, a disclaimer so silly, so obnoxiously ignorant of actual, real law, that there is only one conclusion that can be drawn about the senator: The man must be stupid.

Here is the disclaimer, emphasis ours:

Please note. Any and all information, posts, discriptions, statements and comments listed above and here are the private opinion of the noted writer of the above or listed document. The information, statments, posts, discriptions and comments should be construed as private opinion that is confidential to its intended audience. The Knoxville News Sentinel and its affiliates, politicians and potential politicians or their affiliates are NOT the intended audience. Any information, posts, comments, discriptions or statements contained in this document represents private opinion or facts to the best of the writers knowledge as a private citizen and should not be viewed as permanent certified facts or opinions of the state of Tennessee or the state legislature but as the way the information is or may be interpreted through the opinion of the private author.

Any and all information, statements, comments and opinions are the sole property of the author. Absolutely no duplication or distribution in any way shape or form, in any part or in whole, outside of the exclusive on line media community is allowed under any circumstances without expressed written permission of the author on a case by case basis. Any unapproved quotation from this blog in any part shall be seen as admission by the user to its value as a commercial product and shall be billed at the rate of $1,000.00 per word or the highest rate allowed by law for the complete artice plus any and all legal expenses to collect this amount.

Yes, that means you Knoxville News Sentinel and affiliates.

If approved, Any on line media distribution or duplication must credit and link to this website where possible.

Yes: Though Campfield's blog is public, on the genuine internet and everything, it is not actually public. It is confidential stuff, between him and whomever he wants to read it. And he does NOT want you reading it, newspapers!

Anybody who wants to quote him has to get his permission, and if you don't get permission, you owe a thousand dollars per word! It's true, because he wrote it down!

It's hard to pick out which part is the most alarming: It sticks out right away that a guy who MAKES LAWS does not know people are allowed to quote things on the internet, but it's probably safe to say the worst part is that a legislator (who dislikes "big government") believes he can use the courts to punish people who quote the things he writes on the internet.

Let's see... the disclaimer was 279 words, and we used "break the cycle of poverty" up in the first graf, so that's... $284,000 we owe him! Oh, and an extra $1,000 for "Barackracy."

Senator, if you do get paid, would you let us know? Because if there is $285,000 plus legal costs floating around, there are some questions about why certain bloggers are getting paid with small, irregular shipments of cocaine. Maybe you could use the cash for some books about copyright law.

[Camp4u, via superoperative Lisa Z.]

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Robbin Young. Fair use so we can all see the boob picture she sent to her 12 true loves.

Robbin Young starred in the Roger Moore masterpiece For Your Eyes Only as the seventh female lead, "Girl in Flower Shop." She also starred in a bunch of Playboys, and the DM's of a humble Romanian hacker who stole her heart. But he was not a humble Romanian hacker, he was 12 Russian military intelligence officers in a trench coat. And now Young has shared those DMs and pictures of her buzzies with the Sun, because that's the one that's fookin' classy.

See how she loved! See how Guccifer ghosted her ass! See how she loves him (them) still! See how she was all up in Seth Rich and shit! (We think Young's judgment might not be awesome.) Also she wrote this "erotic poem," and we're going to need you to read it.

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And now it is time for your weekly reminder that in the Trump era, FUCKING APESHIT OUTRAGE WORKS.

On Monday, Donald Trump, the transactional president who for some godforsaken reason sees Vladimir Putin has his one true father, discussed making an Art Of The Deal with Russia that involved letting Robert Mueller interrogate the Russian spies who hacked America in 2016 (with Russian supervision, of course, in Russia) in exchange for sending Putin whichever American citizens hurt Putin's poor fragile butthurt pansy-ass feelings the past several years. One of Putin's targets is Michael McFaul, the former ambassador to Russia, whom Putin just hates. Hillary Clinton isn't on the official list yet, but give it a few weeks.

On Wednesday, Sarah Huckabee Sanders looked at reporters and told them Trump's people were considering the idea, but hadn't decided yet, because it's so hard for the Trump administration to decide how many treasons to do per week.

But hooray! The White House has decided that, after literally every American with a patriotic bone in his or her body said, "THE FUCK YOU SAY," they will not send Americans to Putin's gulag after all. The Washington Post reports:

The White House announced Trump's opposition Thursday as the Senate prepared to vote on a resolution telling the president not to honor Putin's request, which would have exposed former U.S. ambassador Michael McFaul, among others, to Russian questioning.

"It is a proposal that was made in sincerity by President Putin, but President Trump disagrees with it," White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said in a statement.

Oh my fucking Lord, Shuckabee, did you really type that Putin's offer was "sincere," or did Donald grab the statement after you finished with it and add those words in illiterate Sharpie in the margins, along with "DOES NOT MEAN PUTIN IS NOT MY BEST FRIEND" and "NO COLLUSION"?

By the way, that resolution passed the Senate with flying colors:

WOMP WOMP, Trump! Sorry American freedom and democracy stepped all over your dick again! Guarantee it's gonna happen again! Go fuck yourself! Enjoy the 48 Big Macs you have for dinner tonight! Don't talk directly into the soccer ball Putin gave you, 'less you want it to talk back to you in Russian!

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