Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Senator Limbaugh Couldn't Join Us Today, So We'll Be Speaking For Him

Hey look, that Mexican lady is applying for a job with the government. What? She's not Mexican? OK, brown then. Whatever. Let's listen in:

Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor stoutly denied racial bias at her Senate confirmation hearing and said an oft-criticized remark about her Hispanic heritage affecting her decisions was a rhetorical device gone awry.

At that point senator Graham asked to be excused so he could look up the word 'awry.'

That prompted a statement from senator Sessions:
I will not vote for — no senator should vote for — an individual nominated by any president who is not fully committed to fairness and impartiality towards every person who appears before them ... who believes it is acceptable for a judge to allow their own personal background, gender, prejudices or sympathies to sway their decision in favor of, or against, parties before the court.
Which is why he voted against Samuel Alito.

Oh wait, no he didn't.

Well, the real problem is she's too empathic. That's bad, right senator Coburn?
With regard to your judicial philosophy, the burden of proof rests on you. But in this case, that burden has been exaggerated by some of your statements and also by some of President Obama's stated intent to nominate someone who is not impartial, but instead favors certain groups of people. During the campaign, he promised to nominate someone who's got the heart and the empathy to recognize what it's like to be a young, teenaged mom. The implication is that our judges today don't have that.
Which is why he voted against Judge Roberts.

Oh wait, no he didn't.

Well, never mind that, let's cut to the chase; let's get to the heart of the matter; let's speak of the elephant in the room: The woman's quite plainly a racist, right senator Sessions?

Oops. Bad example.

UPDATE: senator Session is confused. "Why don't all you porto rikins vote alike?"


Anonymous said...

The Latinas seem to be getting a lot of the "power jobs". About time. They waited on "their men" too long. Finally, they can rule without fear.

Anonymous said...

They are really beating this poor old horse to death. They are looking more stupid and inbred by the day. She has an excellent record and is tops.
For Alabama, if she can't bake it, and shake it, all her learning , experience and brains are worth zero.

Anonymous said...

She is totally composed and brilliant. How can these goofs even come close?

Anonymous said...

Sessions is something out of "Mississippi Burning".