I am going to go out on a limb and predict that perennial candidate Martin Lindstedt's lawsuit against Missouri Governor Matt Blunt will soon be thrown out of federal court.
Judge Richard Dorr already threatened to throw it out, giving Lindstedt 20 days to show case why the case should not be dismissed.
"Plaintiff is tickled pink to do so," Lindstedt said in documents filed today in U. S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri.
Lindstedt seemed more than slightly irritated that Judge Dorr removed Blunt as a defendant and replaced him with current Missouri Secretary of State Robin Carnahan. Lindstedt had sued Blunt because he would not allow Lindstedt's nickname, "Mad Dog," to be placed on the gubernatorial primary ballot, and because he would not put a link to Lindstedt website on the state elections webpage.
Lindstedt probably did not curry the court's favor when he repeated a phrase he used in a Nov. 29, 2004, filing in which he said Blunt and his counsel Assistant Attorney General Trevor Bossert "had already screwed the syphilitic whore called Democracy and that they wanted this federal court to have sloppy thirds."
Lindstedt accused Judge Dorr of taking sides and said Dorr had "anointed Blunt's cause with an unholy mixture of judicial Crisco oil and Jergens Lotion.
Racist doctrine found its way into Lindstedt's lawsuit as he wrote that he was fighting on behalf of the "Dual-Seedline-Christian Identity fighting faith and of White Nationalism, far better to simply wage revolutionary civil warfare against the Zionist Occupation Government and its masses of herd animals in order to bring this mighty evil empire, this Babylon, to its knees and chop off its head by means of violence and terrorism."
The Lindstedt railed on about Latino immigrants and Muslims and said "whites (are) becoming second-class citizens in their own country.
Lindstedt asked Judge Dorr to remove Governor Blunt from office, and to replaced him with either State Auditor Claire McCaskill or former Governor Bob Holden.