Discussion in 'Political Discussion' started by mikey, Jul 30, 2006.
Excellent post. Now watch the righties defend these activist justices.
Well Bush nominates conservatives what a shock. What has Kennedy angry is that he couldn't fillibuster them.
If you look at Clinton's tenure he nominated extremely liberial justices, but the republicans respected the electon results and gove votes to Breyer and Ginsberg.
There's no defense needed. When a good-for-nothing ultra liberal drunk (who once killed a young girl because of driving under the influence) and who has absolutely no touch with the common man attacks me or people on my side while he sails his yachts off Hyannisport, I wear that as a badge of honor.
It's just sour grapes from an ultra liberal that knows his time has come and gone.
Forgive me if I choose not to regard Ted 'dui manslaughter' Kennedy an authority on honesty and integrity.
Patters & Mikey ...like duhhhhhh!!!!!
So Mr. Hypocrite srites an article for the Post and now it's "THE TRUTH".
You guys shake your head in disbelief...like what did you expect.
This Court will get us closer to the Constitution where we belong.
Especially on abortion...the biggest hypocrite subject of them all.
Bush has 2 years left...I'm hoping Ginsberg retires and/or gets a sudden case of dementia and needs to be replaced...then the fun begins...rid ourselves of all the laws that have been added in violation of our Constitution.
And then watch the conservative pundits, talk about the "drive by media".. it never ends and as long as we have this devisive leadership in this country it never will... this method serves them well.
Uncle Teddy :singing: :singing:
I wonder if he ever puts flowers on Mary Jo's grave.
Dirty dishonest COWARD.
Teddy-clinton-teddy--clinton///// WAH-WAH-WAH harrygirl, you need some midol?
Can we all please drop the words "activist judge" from our vocabulary? I've never heard a more political word with less actual meaning. We get it, judges are activist when they rule against us and very judicious when they rule in our favor.
Mikey the Mortician started a thread that Uncle Teddy wrote, Clinton isn't in on this one but I'll think of something (he's cute when he bites his lip)
Some of the most brilliants people in history were not perfect role models, so your response just shows your desire to avoid an intelligent discussion.
It's not sour grapes. Obviously, the Bush administration is adept at manipulating the processes through the art of deceit. It's unfortunate that the Republicans have made our system more corrupt, and that so few Republicans are willing to stand up for what is right.
How many of American history's great leaders directly caused the death of an innocent girl because of extreme inebriation...? Then compounded their guilt by refusing to take responsibility for their actions, all the while doing everything they could to salvage their political career..? I guess as long as a guy votes the Democratic party line, you don't see that as a character flaw.
I am not going to engage in a defense or a discussion on the judges in question because, as I noted before, there's absolutely no defense needed. I wear his contempt as a badge of honor.
ABA: Bush violations of the CONSTITUTION.
I don't see it as having much bearing on his intellect. Is he an opportunist? Yes. Are you really so naive as to believe that our politicians don't try to cover their tracks? Bush was an alcoholic and drug user, may have been AWOL from the military, and may have made his money in sweethearts deals. Why doesn't that concern you more?
Nah, you're just a hypocrite who's unwilling to talk about the merits of what Kennedy wrote.
The fact is the dems started poisioning the USSC nominating process with the Bork nomination. They have taken it further through the unpresicented use of the fillibuster to prevent qualified nominees from receiving a vote on the floor.
Ginsburg was the first nominee to use the 'no comment, because I will have to rule on it' approach in confirmation hearings. Ted K had no problem when she used it, indeed he hailed her for remaining 'impartial'. Now when presumed conservatives use the very same approach in the hearings... well now Teddy deicdes it a lie.
Oh, well if you want to start talking about his intellect, let's just say he makes Bush look like a Rhodes Scholar. This is an actual Kennedy quote: "Let's help make Bill Clinton the next prezifiz of the ossifozz." Or, better yet, "Mike McGwire and Sammy Sooser"...
Oh, there's a surprise... A liberal brings up George Bush into a thread that has absolutely nothing to do with him.
Unfortunately, there is no merit in what Kennedy wrote. He's just a liberal lion in deep winter about 40 years removed from his glory days.
Massachusetts Kennedy Worshiping Sheep:
"Oh look, there's Senator Kennedy"
"we love you Teddy, God bless you"
Natives Of Hyannisport:
"Keep the kids and the dog in today, that drunken Uncle Teddy bastard might have to make a trip to the Liquor Store"
Later That Day:
"Mommy why is that car driving on the sidewalk"
"Thats Senator Kennedy dear he's going to the store to buy some more Vodka"
"He hasn't got any clothes on Mommy".
Tourist From San Francisco:
"Oh look there he is, Teddy Kennedy, isn't he handsome, WE LOVE YOU TEDDY, God be with you"
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