I was ready for bed until I came across this abortion of an article...
Writen by another puppet who this time is named Fran Wood.
This particular puppet Fran Wood is apparently blown away by marbles, cardboard boxes and kitty litter because she has to be one of the biggest blowhard's I have ever come across in a long time. Someone please waterboard me!
To my mind, two of the most interesting facts about Sonia Sotomayor, President Obama's nominee to the U.S. Supreme Court, are that her childhood and adolescent heroes included Nancy Drew and Perry Mason.
Those are two most interesting facts about Sotomayor that you can find? Her adolescent "heroes" included Nancy Drew and Perry Mason? WOW! WOW! Damn, now that's pretty fucking interesting! Let's nominate her to the U.S. Supreme Court! Afterall, she's earned it right? Nancy Drew. Perry Mason. Fuck, she's automatically qualified I guess...
Clearly, we forget sometimes just how mainstream mainstream culture is.
Wrong! You constantly forget just how mainstream mainstream culture is. You throw in this bullshit feel-good mentality without even considering what this country was founded upon.
Did you forget about that one? Read it sometime and you might finally wake up.
In many ways, that's the whole idea behind America - that, given equal opportunity, all people will respond in certain universal ways. If they have an opportunity, they'll take advantage of it.
No shit! But they will also respond to the better of the country instead of trying to bait races, classes and demographics. People like you will do what you can to bait everyone against another. You are nothing but another whore.
I suspect that's a good part of what Obama was talking about when he outlined what he was looking for in a Supreme Court nominee.
You are looking to divide rather than unite and you only fool the fools that suck and swallow your load. Your belly must be full by now.
Some ridiculed him when he said he was looking for empathy. But empathy is not a bad thing to look for in a judge on the high court.
Actually, you're wrong yet again. We The People are looking for someone who represents THE PEOPLE, not an agenda. Someone who upholds and defends The Constitution of The United States. Not someone who reinterprets or redefines it.
If you were pleading a case before the Court, wouldn't you like to have some reassurance that the people you're trying to convince are not coming to your case with a preconceived conclusion and rigid ideological strictures, but with minds sufficiently open that they'll listen and try to understand your position, your point of view, your interpretation of a particular aspect of the Constitution?
That's where you're yet wrong again! The Constitution only serves you well until your ideological BS doesn't suit you? Are you accusing the courts of having preconceived conclusions when it doesn't work in your favor? That's what it sounds like to me. The United States Constitution is solid gold and is a document that has sustained this country longer than any other country on this earth. Now you want to change it because it doesn't suit your needs?
Then Charles Krauthammer, on Fox News, said that her "concern for certain ethnicities overrides justice."
Yeah, that's cute. Way to throw Fox News in there like it doesn't counter your LSM rhetoric, Frannie.
That's pretty nasty stuff to throw at someone like Sotomayor, whose life story would seem far more to support the notion that when America is at its best, ethnicity does not matter.
Well, it seems to me like you liberals are the only ones making this about race. Can you counter my accusation? No? You liberals are the only ones making politics about race. Prove me wrong. I dare you! Isn't your entire speal about race? How Sotomayor is much better qualified because she's not a white person, much more not a white male? Prove me wrong. I dare you. Your hypocricy speaks loud and clear and it's becoming crystal clear. When Conservatives finally wake up and call you on it, I'll be the one doing back-flips in the background because I am sick and tired of your rhetorical bullshit! I can't wait 'till you get called out on the mat!
The rest of this op-ed is the usual crap like "risen above", "divisive and dismissive", "inspiration she found from role models in popular culture", "icons" and whatever else the libs can find to make you feel guilty for doing the best that you can because you happen to be caucasian. I'll spare you the rest of her bullshit.
This is a blanket attack on conservatives for being conservative. This is a story of Sotomayor's life because she was anything but white and/or an American. As if our lives, our parent's lives and our grandparent's lives were much different. Somehow this turned into Sotomayor, the greatest Supreme Court (in)Justice to walk on water next to The Messiah, the Magical Negro, The One...
Speaking of arguing, friends and a former professor of Sotomayor have said she loves to argue. That strikes me as another good judicial trait. At the most basic level, it indicates a willingness to think and analyze, to look at things from different points of view.
How 'bout Constitutional view? Ya know? The Constitution? Not some pompus Supreme Court (in)Justice who want's to re-write The Constitution, but one who would like to actually enforce it? I guess that's out of the question with this administration. Too much to ask.
But Sotomayor's journey would suggest that a smart person, even very young, can find value in it and learn from it.
I bet if that was "pale face" you would be on the opposite of the coin wouldn't you Fran? Of course you would...
Your time is gonna come...
Your time is gonna come.