May 26, 2009

Did you ever think you'd live to see the day that a black American president would nominate an Hispanic woman appeals judge for the Supreme Court?


Especially after an army of coddled and corrupt white men ran the nation into the ground?

If this day doesn't give you hope for America, nothing will. And that would be too bad. Because America is moving on - with or without you.



99 comments:

Anonymous said...

Keith,

I for one am happy he chose her. However, not for the disgusting negative racial spin YOU put on it.

expat 2008 said...

Sure Keith, it makes a huge difference to replace those "coddled and corrupt white men" with angry and corrupt people of color. I lived in the city of Atlanta during the three decades when the white good ol' boys were swept out of power and replaced by the black power elites. The city declined in many ways, and the level of corruption soared. Now it's run by a bunch of black good 'ol boys.

Obama showed his stripes with the inane requisites he placed on Supreme court candidates. The guy is a Bolshevik with $300 ties and a nice smile. When he gets done with this country it will be a worker's paradise - just like Cuba and Venezuela.

Afterthought said...

Where did white America go wrong?

I think it was traveling thousands of miles to fight Hitler yet not crushing the Nazis inside America, especially the South.

If they loved America so much, why did they fight so hard to export our jobs overseas?

Ross said...

I still don't see what race has to do with it. Those two can be just as corrupt as the "white folks."

I used to care about this sort of thing when I was a high school and college student. At this point I just want to see the most qualified and least corrupt candidate get the job. We've created a situation where this is now impossible. Thanks MSM.

consultant said...

Great choice! Period.

El Loco said...

Damn and I thought he would pick Alberto Gonzales for the bench!

Anonymous said...

Get off of Obama's nuts...he's not that great.

Anonymous said...

she will not get confirmed because they have her on video saying the bench should be used to set policy/make laws.

you will just sayu it's because she is hispanic.

Anonymous said...

i meant to say "should not get confirmed" and not "will not".

gutless and lazy said...

Yes. Because the fix is in for amnesty for the 25 million illegal immigrant Hispanics.

When there is enough leeway in the law, she'll rule the favor Hispanic ethnic interests. That's want Obama wants.

It's called social appeasement.

I'm very familiar with the New Haven case. That ruling is a tradegy to justice.

Anonymous said...

If you are referring to the true America wherein people have the freedom to succeed or fail, then no, I have no hope.

trent lomms said...

I don't think it matters; at this point, there's a warm body in a chair that needs to be filled...

History has shown us that race or gender doesn't change people.

i.e. Obama still sends people to jail for drug addiction but refuses to send people to jail for torture...

So why would I expect his nominees to be any different?

Happy snapper said...

Keefer,

You are correct.

And it is why the currency of this country will do better then any other fiat currency.

That said: for me its not the color of our presidents skin that matters, I’m truly happy to see a minority in highest office, it does prove that we are a courages people, just wish it was more of a conservative type with a leadership posture towards our foreign policy, as well as a fiscal conservative.

Anonymous said...

especially when a mexican would never put a black person in charge of anything before their own kind. remember that refrain from the election we will never vote for a black man they came here as slaves we came here as warriors. i would never have because if they don't like blacks well i have no love for them.

Anonymous said...

Now they can fight each other like the gangs in Los Angeles!

Anonymous said...

Well, we've got Pelosi, Feinstein, Boxer... I guess one more TWIT is no big surprise.

Reality said...

Keith,

The whiteman is quite good at finding a woman/dark-skinned fall-person after gutting the structures of the institutions just before the final fall. Look at Vicram Pandit at Citi, Frank Raines at Fannie, Erin Callan at Lehman, etc. etc.

k.w. - Southern Ca. said...

It's just putting on a nice-looking wrapper, but the behaviour of this administration is no different then Bushco, perhaps even worse with so much tax-payer supported dollars now being thrown at already dead banking institutions.

The talking-heads use the term "double-dip recession" now to describe what's happening in the economy - first, we're in a depression, not a recession, and it is only going to get much worse then anyone here could ever imagine.

Buy your popcorn, pull up a chair, and be amazed at the show about to play in your own neighborhoods.

investorinpa said...

3 words for you Keith: Female Eric Holder..

Fruity Pebbles said...

A long time coming, but it's here. It's a proud, proud day. I am thrilled. I hope this nomination goes forward successfully and our highest court finally begins to truly reflect the country that it serves.

Anonymous said...

America = Freedoom of religion, freedom of beliefs, freedom of speech and all is created equal in the land of liberty for all.

The United States represents all religions and all races. This was not by accident, but by design in 1776.

It you "move" the letters around in the name AMERICA,

it spells = I AM RACE.

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moretroops said...

Keith, you're just taunting them now. How cruel. Here come the wingnut talking points: (1) she's activist, (2) she hates white people, (3) this is just affirmative action, (4) she emphathizes too much.

Let's hear it.

Anonymous said...

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Who the Hell is she?



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Anonymous said...

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I guess it's a smart move,

If anyone opposes her nomination

They will be branded a 'Racist'!


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Anonymous said...

i never thought i would see the day when a democrat nominated a hispanic (still waiting on asian).

unfortunately I think bo is playing a race card. he has nominated his "empathy candidate" and used race as a way to battle anyone who doesn't like her "ruling with empathy" style. he is trying to cast anyone who is against her nomination as a racist.

Anonymous said...

My primary interest is in getting the most qualified person for the job. If this particular person is the most qualified, then I'm happy. But if she was picked over more qualified candidates because of her race/gender then I'm not happy about. Race/gender should count for nothing in either direction.

gutless and lazy said...

May 15, 2009

A Judge’s View of Judging Is on the Record

By CHARLIE SAVAGE

WASHINGTON — In 2001, Sonia Sotomayor, an appeals court judge, gave a speech declaring that the ethnicity and sex of a judge “may and will make a difference in our judging.”

In her speech, Judge Sotomayor questioned the famous notion — often invoked by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and her retired Supreme Court colleague, Sandra Day O’Connor — that a wise old man and a wise old woman would reach the same conclusion when deciding cases.

“I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn’t lived that life,” said Judge Sotomayor ...

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In other words, what she says is, being an effective judge not an intellectual process. It is a gender and ethnicity experience. In her mind, superior justice is a determination of innocence or guilt made by being a judge properly biased or prejudiced with respect to gender or ethnicity. Lady justice should not have a blind fold. And "Equal Justice Under Law” should be put on a curve, using gender and ethnicity.

Appalling.

Anonymous said...

i never thought i would live to see a fat chick get nominated....

gregoryw said...

Pfff. I'm way beyond you man. Colorblind. I don't even notice race until you bring it up. Get over it. They're just people. We're all just people.

gutless and lazy said...

http://tinyurl.com/5od6bk

Frank Ricci, a firefighter in New Haven, Conn., worked hard, played by the rules, and earned a promotion to fire lieutenant. But the city denied him the promotion because he is not black. Ricci sued, along with 16 other whites and one Hispanic firefighter. After a 7-6, near-party-line vote by a federal Appeals Court to dismiss the lawsuit, the plaintiffs petitioned for Supreme Court review.

Anonymous said...

the california supreme court just upheld obama's position on gay marriage.

Anonymous said...

I hope this nomination goes forward successfully and our highest court finally begins to truly reflect the country that it serves.
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then we should have at least one justice who is an illegal alien.

gutless and lazy said...

NPR : "She's not the brightest judge ever ..."
http://tinyurl.com/db9hch

(But she has the right politics, and that's what it's all about).

And I'll even quote my ex wife on this one (she's an attorney that does litigation for insurance companies) : "A judge is a lawyer who knows a politician".

(My ex wife works for insurance companies to deny you your claim. She comes up with stuff like : "We're not paying your insurance claim on your house. Your house was first destroyed by the flood. Not by the hurricane force winds that knocked it down 2 hours later. You have hurricane insurance but no flood insurance. Therefore you get nothing.")

Anonymous said...

Oh, it's all so PC it makes me want to cry.

-Gonzo

Anonymous said...

Obama's pick does not surprise me. A black president does though. I am still amazed the US elected him. I wish he was not a former ACORN lawyer and committed socialist. His race is not an issue. Being a commie prick is.

Guberville Smack said...

Yawn.
Bringing up race is a lame attempt by Keith trying to generate responses from readers.

Here's your racist response.
Hope it goes over better than his previous corrupt hispanic nominee Bill Richardson.

Anonymous said...

hey keith...idea for your next post.

show a picture of a dead fetus from a late term abortion with the caption:

abortion is great!!!

i bet you get alot of post with that one.

jump the shark keith...you can do it!!!!

Anonymous said...

what give me hope is if the position is filled by the most qualified candidate.

given that it is a political driven nomination I have very little hope that the most qualified candidate has been nominated.

gutless and lazy said...

Here's my favorite part ...

... There are also many reservations about Sotomayor. They expressed questions about her temperament, her judicial craftsmanship, and most of all, her ability to provide an intellectual counterweight to the conservative justices, as well as a clear liberal alternative.

The most consistent concern was that Sotomayor, although an able lawyer, was "not that smart and kind of a bully on the bench," as one former Second Circuit clerk for another judge put it. "She has an inflated opinion of herself, and is domineering during oral arguments, but her questions aren't penetrating and don't get to the heart of the issue." (During one argument, an elderly judicial colleague is said to have leaned over and said, "Will you please stop talking and let them talk?")

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In other words, she's not any better or worse, she's just as dim, just as mediocre, just as mean, just as bullying as Keith's big, old, meany, incompetent white men.

But she's got 2 ovaries, a vagina and is not white. So that makes her 'better'. Pathetic.... R.I.P America. Go ahead. Call me a mysogynist racist now.

Anonymous said...

Yes I thought I would. But I thought would be Colin Powell who actually fills his suit with substance. Hope for change and change for hope. You got nothing here.

Anonymous said...

He couldn't find a lesbian, black, Hispanic lady with a development disability who is a practicing Buddhist Muslim?

Did he even try?

chslaxcoach said...

I feel much better knowing that when our country goes from superpower to third-world nation, people of all races, colors and creeds will feel like they had a hand in it.

Anonymous said...

Skin color don't mean anything in politics. They're all the same. Corrupt whites being replaced by corrupt darks.

JaneZ said...

Anonymous said...

Who the Hell is she?
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She is Puerto Rican, female, and she became a judge after watching Perry Mason for years. Perry Mason is her role model.

It certainly doesn't matter what her background is, the legal decisions she has made, or her resume and schooling.

This is as good as it gets in the United States of American Idol.

Being qualified is sooooo 80's.

Anonymous said...

Keith

I always respected what you wrote because I thought you were objective--I thought you saw the truth behind both parties. It has become glaringly obvious that you are not objective at all and that you are pushing the Obama agenda regardless of whether it is right or wrong.

Rob Dawg said...

It just annoys me that future "Justice M" is the absolute best potential Constitutional Jurist except if you were male or white or conservative or a strict interpreter.

Think about that Keith. The greatest Justice of the age is out there but is likely excluded because of race or creed or political perspective.

Supernintendo Chalmers said...

let judicial activism reign!

let the affirmative action orgy continue unabated!!

this is a terrible selection... but, sadly, very predictable.

Orson Pratt said...

Scarlett Johansson would have been a better choice. The Scandinavian hottie demographic is way underrepresented on the court.

keith said...

So many of your would prefer a court of 9 rich white men?

Let me guess. You're white men.

I don't like people getting jobs based on race or sex or whatever. I too hope that the best person for the job gets the job.

But I also believe it's important that government and our courts reflect our people.

A senate of all white men - bad idea. A line of presidents of all white men - bad idea. A supreme court with all white men - bad idea. Fortune 500 CEOs all white men - bad idea.

I hope she ends up being a solid legal scholar. Not an idiot like Clarence Thomas.

I hope she ends up being a moderate straight-shooter, like O'Connor or Kennedy. Not a fringe nut like Scalia or Alito.

The possibility of supreme court openings was the #1 reason I supported Obama. One wingnut right winger replacing any of the left or center would have been catastrophic for the US. Now we just replace one with someone similar and the court maintains balance. It's still too fringe right wing, but it's near balance. If Scalia, Alito or Thomas go away in the next seven years though, then we'll be getting somewhere.

SeattleMoose said...

Yawn...more "feel good" window dressing.

Does anyone really think that the Washington/FED/Bankseter power structure that has ruled this country for decades (and best characterized by Paulson), is all of a sudden....gone?

Obama is like a shiny new spark plug that has been put into a dirty engine (Washington). Does the spark plug cause the dirty engine to suddenly become clean, or does the dirty engine foul the shiny new spark plug?

I suspect the latter.

keith said...

Man this is one jaded crew

I guess living 8 years under the worst president in history, combined with the worst financial collapse in generations, will do that to you.

Oh, so will listening to Rush or watching Fox News too.

Lighten up folks. And if you can't take some joy in today, then you're hopeless.

As in you have no hope.

Anonymous said...

Anonymous gutless and lazy said...

http://tinyurl.com/5od6bk

Frank Ricci, a firefighter in New Haven, Conn., worked hard, played by the rules, and earned a promotion to fire lieutenant. But the city denied him the promotion because he is not black. Ricci sued, along with 16 other whites and one Hispanic firefighter. After a 7-6, near-party-line vote by a federal Appeals Court to dismiss the lawsuit, the plaintiffs petitioned for Supreme Court review.

May 26, 2009 6:24 PM

Oh dear, pity the white man who has it so bad in our country. Lets be honest, male whites have it better and benefit from WHITE PRIVILEGE. If you don't believe me then ask any white male in U.S. of A. if they are willing to change their race to a black male? I think not.

filthy rich lawyer said...

"I hope she ends up being a solid legal scholar. Not an idiot like Clarence Thomas.

I hope she ends up being a moderate straight-shooter, like O'Connor or Kennedy. Not a fringe nut like Scalia or Alito."
Proof positive that Keith doesn't know his ass from his elbow when it comes to the judiciary.

Asshats roll the dice and hope Keith, competent people engage in discovery and learn before they make important decisions.

yoski said...

That's awesome Keith! Now our troubles will end and America will be restored to her former glory! We should put all white men, corrupt or not, into concentration camps. That'll teach 'em!
/sarcasm off

keith said...

We've got someone defending Clarence Thomas?

CLARENCE F*CKING THOMAS?

THE WORST SUPREME COURT JUSTICE OF ALL TIME?

Unreal.

I like smart people, so Roberts and Alito I respect, even when I disagree.

But I despise dumb people who get to positions of power. Clarence Thomas. George Bush. Sarah Palin. Mental midgets all.

Clarence Thomas is Harriet Miers. Clarence Thomas is Greg Swann. Clarence Thomas is an OJ Simpson juror. Clarence Thomas is a joke.

Anonymous said...

Man this is one jaded crew

I guess living 8 years under the worst president in history, combined with the worst financial collapse in generations, will do that to you.
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Naaaaaw! Really Keith??!

We're supposed to be celebrating a latino women in the Supreme Court? Why? Is this some amazing out of the blue, unprecedented event? Are you f*cking serious, Keith?

Who was Attorney General Alberto Gonzales? Latino.

Who was Ruth Bader Ginsburg?

Who was Sandra Day O'Connor?

Who was Clarence Thomas?

Is the ethnic and gender balance in America perfectly represented at the highest levels of government?

Of course not!

But how does this one appointment make any difference to the den of corruption in DC?

Unbelievable Keith. There you go again in your pretentious way saying we're hopeless for not sharing your unjustified joy over this occasion.

Stop watching Chris Matthews for God's sake.

-Gonzo

filthy rich lawyer said...

Rail all you like about Justice Thomas, it won't change the reality Keith. He is extremely competent and the only originalist on the court. I know that doesn't sit well with people like you and the Messiah.

Something most people don't know: Ruth Ginsberg and Clarence Thomas are very close, and their friendship predates their appointments to the Supreme Court.

Ross said...

Let me give you a simple formula for not pissing of us "white guys" when it comes to elected or appointed officials.

Person of color selected + merit + no mention of race = WE are happy

Person of color selected + questionable merit + race shoved in our face = WE are PISSED.

moretroops said...

Having clerked on the US Court of Appeals, worked at a white shoe firm in DC, and being generally familiar with the ways of el law, I applaud this decision. Sotomayor was a very well respected federal district court judge, and serves as a highly regarded appeals court judge on one of the best Circuits (the 2nd) in the land. And yes, she graduated summa from Princeton and later, from Yale law school. So there's that.

So she's no dummy. I don't agree with her on everything, but she's smart and deliberate. And Keith's right, intelligence is important in this particular job, above everything.

And while I do agree that Thomas is a subpar SCT Justice, he's no Sarah Palin. Come on, Keith. Even I wont go that far.

i've had it said...

keith,

sometimes your posts are so whacked out it makes me worried about you.

your hatred of white guys is simply off the charts. there was no need for you to ruin a perfectly appropriate post by mentioning white males in the bush administration, or on the supreme court.

also, you are too fixated on race, ethnicity, gender, etc.; none of these things makes a difference; what makes the difference is ideas. if the new supreme court candidate's ideas are good then great. if they are bad, then toss her.

we'll have to look at her record to see if she shows too much bias or radicalness. if she does, then she should be tossed. if she's middle of the road, then she should be confirmed.

does anyone know if a white male was on the long or short list? i don't recall reading anything about a white male being cosidered for the open slot. if none were, then i think that's a huge problem and shows this pick is simply an affirmative action hire.

Guberville Smack said...

Keith said:"
Man this is one jaded crew."

I think your racist approach to the topic is what has jaded the thread.

Really.

Fanny Alger said...

{cough}

abortion and Roe v. Wade

{cough}

There, now someone said it out loud. Let the lines be drawn.

Anonymous said...

hispanics are prolife, are then not?

Anonymous said...

"If you don't believe me then ask any white male in U.S. of A. if they are willing to change their race to a black male? I think not."

Can I be LeBron James?

Anonymous said...

"But I despise dumb people who get to positions of power."

Isn't NPR of all sources calling Sotomayor a "not so smart" judge?

Anonymous said...

There goes the neighborhood

chslaxcoach said...

The real question is "What does Goldman Sachs think?"

Isn't the saying, "What's good for Goldman Sachs is good for the country?"

Aunt Fanny said...

Keith, you are totally cool!
I mean that.

JaneZ said...

Well, she does know her baseball and football. Can't be all bad.

http://tinyurl.com/ppy7es

Long before she was a Supreme Court nominee, Sonia Sotomayor was an umpire between baseball players and team owners....

James A. Quinn of Weil, Gotshal & Manges, which represented the NFL Players Association, said she had a fast grasp.

"This is somebody that is an intellectual superstar. A very bright women," he said. "I suspect that from what I've seen from her in the 2nd Circuit that she is able to take very complex problems and analyze them. She's a good umpire. She calls balls and strikes well."....

Anonymous said...

bo has already sold the movie rights to:

my big fat supreme court justice pick.

Anonymous said...

Not all of us are as skin deep shallow as you are Keith.

Peter Schiff's Take on the Nomination.

-Gonzo

euonymous said...

Since the Supreme Court's job is to interpret the Constitution, and Obama is unwilling to do that himself, I have no confidence in his choice. (That would be stupid, wouldn't it?)

The rules by which this country were founded (yeah, the good ones) are changing, Keith, and you're lovin' every minute of it.

You call yourself a Patriot?

I suspect BO saw a good opportunity (and perhaps his last before next year) to snatch up a bunch more Latino votes.

Narcissists and Sociopaths (and puppets, too!) are actually very simple creatures, once you peel back the fragile facade.

Just Saying said...

Is it not sad that American politics is more about race & gender than finding the best qualified...

Just saying

Anonymous said...

I bet she paid her taxes.

Single said...

My Lord Keith, are you going to grow up? I don't really care if the nominee is black, white, brown or purple. I don't care if it's a he, a she or an it. The main thing I care about is that they actually uphold the law rather than bend interpretations of the law for some political agenda. I haven't seen anything that would truly disqualify her; except your out-of-place rant.

Anonymous said...

hey keith talking about inequality, Jews in America made up 50% of Clinton's cabinet yet are 2%,,,,they were the ones that led into the Iraq war? Yes they look like white males, but not really...doesn't that make you an anti-semite,,burn in hell Hitler lover

keith said...

I agree with Schiff's video - I ONLY want justices who will uphold the constitution.

In other words, I don't want Scalia, Thomas and Alito - judges who let their religious beliefs get in the way of enforcing the constitution.

Here's a little throw-away line in the constitution, that they evidently have not read, or more likely their religious beliefs shamefully tell them to ignore:

Amendment XIV

Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the state wherein they reside. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any state deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

bobby lee johnson said...

Happy Snapper:just wish it was more of a conservative type with a leadership posture towards our foreign policy, as well as a fiscal conservative.until corruption isn't part of our human behavior, fiscal conservative behavior will remain a moral ideal.

Anonymous said...

David Gergen | Bio
AC360° Contributor
CNN Senior Political Analyst

To watch the first African-American President from a broken family promote to the U.S. Supreme Court an Hispanic woman from a broken neighborhood was one of those moments that Americans will long savor. In his announcement today of his first nominee to the Court, President Obama quickly brought back memories of why the country elected him.

I was in the White House in 1981 when President Reagan nominated Sandra Day O’Connor as the first woman to join the Court, and I can remember greeting her in Chief of Staff Jim Baker’s office just before the announcement. It was Reagan’s first nomination, too – a highly symbolic occasion – and enormous pride flowed through every one of us present that day.

President Obama’s announcement stirred those same, overwhelming feelings. It is said that a president campaigns in poetry and governs in prose. Today was almost all poetry. It is likely to be remembered as one of the President’s finest hours.

Anonymous said...

I bet she paid her taxes.
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you know, it wouldn't surprise me if she hasn't

Miss Goldbug said...

I wonder how many days a year she is out sick?

Since 8 yrs old she has had type 1 diabeties.

Guess who gets to pays those high medical costs?

Anonymous said...

David Gergen, CNN commentator, political switch hitter, and 100%, total, bootlicking douche.

Anonymous said...

In selecting Sotomayor, Obama,selected not just an Hispanic, but an Hispanic of black ancestry. She is obviously mixed with black. Most Puerto Ricans are. There is nothing wrong with that. I just wanted to point out that a black woman has been nominated.

JaneZ said...

chslaxcoach said...

The real question is "What does Goldman Sachs think?"

Isn't the saying, "What's good for Goldman Sachs is good for the country?"
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That is perfect. LOL

That would make her a "Goldman Girl".

Lost Cause said...

Yes. Did you expect NOT to?

Angry Leprechuan said...

"I ONLY want justices who will uphold the constitution."

How about holding Obama to the same standards Keith.


"I hope this nomination goes forward successfully and our highest court finally begins to truly reflect the country that it serves.
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then we should have at least one justice who is an illegal alien."

That is some funny shit!


"As in you have no hope."

Not from this shit!

Prisoner No. 6 said...

Watch as the GOP attacks on Sotomayor basically lose the Latino vote for the Republican party for the next 40 years.

Keep it up, doucheweasels. Pound your chubby fists on your highchairs. Somewhere, Rahm Emanuel is smirking, as you play right into his hands - again.

Anonymous said...

Obama is running the nation into the ground faster than Bush ever did. Geithner and Goldman are stealing trillions from us while we sit by and do nothing.

Bond market dislocation is looming ever closer.

-Leraco

Anonymous said...

but your amendment 14 says they all should be in prison for rico violations because they can not be hung

Anonymous said...

Miss Goldbug said:
I wonder how many days a year she is out sick?

Shut up about something you seem quite ignorant about. I have two type-1 diabetics in my family who have missed ZERO days in their jobs due to their condition. Type-1 diabetes is a chronic disease that can be managed successfully if one is vigilant in their care of it. Ms. Sotomayor is obviously just as judicious in her health care as she is in her career.I have complete confidence that she will handle this job with no repercussions from any health issues. God, some people will grasp at any weak straw, won't they? Shame on you.

The Better To Eat You With said...

"I hope this nomination goes forward successfully and our highest court finally begins to truly reflect the country that it serves.
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then we should have at least one justice who is an illegal alien."
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Uh, last time I looked the court does not serve illegal aliens, Dumby.

swannster river said...

> I agree with Schiff's video - I ONLY want justices who will uphold the constitution.
In other words, I don't want Scalia, Thomas and Alito.


Lord how ideology blinds.

Anonymous said...

finally! fat people will have some representation in the supreme court!


perhaps she will help reverse the decision that airlines can charge fat people for 2 seats.


BTW, she looks asian.

Anonymous said...

then we should have at least one justice who is an illegal alien."
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Uh, last time I looked the court does not serve illegal aliens, Dumby.
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they do here in oregon. they can get healthcare paid for by the state, an education, and welfare.

Ben Franklin said...

In the cases where the Supreme Court has been criticized for appearing to "serve" the interests of undocumented workers, the Court was simply limiting the application of law against those over whom there is no official jurisdiction. If that interpretation of law constitutes "service" to these people, then you may need to dig up Thomas Jefferson and his crew and let them know they screwed up. LOL

Anonymous said...

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Two grinin idiots!



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Anonymous said...

He ain't legal

is she?

patrat said...

If we really need tons of workers to do the jobs "Americans don't want to do", then why don't we change the immigration quotas? The real truth is, we don't want to pay the going American wage. We made our bed and now we are lying in it.

I see wages coming down overall. That won't do much for this economy.

I think the real problem in the US, is that morals and ethics went out the window in the last few years. That's what has to come back before any real business can be done.

patrat said...

If we really need tons of workers to do the jobs "Americans don't want to do", then why don't we change the immigration quotas? The real truth is, we don't want to pay the going American wage. We made our bed and now we are lying in it.

I see wages coming down overall. That won't do much for this economy.

I think the real problem in the US, is that morals and ethics went out the window in the last few years. That's what has to come back before any real business can be done.