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Sunday, April 18, 2010

What's The Problem?

A leading candidate for the Supreme Court, Elena Kagan, apparently is gay. For some reason the tolerant White House is ashamed and has complained to a CBS blogger for writing that her nomination would please the left. Isn't that odd? Does the administration disagree her nomination would please the left or do they assume the right would object? Either proposition shows the irrationality of identity politics. Does it matter if Ms. Kagan has intellect and a comprehensive understanding of the Constitution? Does it matter if she has an agenda and a propensity to put it above the rule of law? Evidently not to the left. To the right it does.

3 comments:

Johnn Rico said...

If I see a problem, it would be that the liberals will try and spin this as something that isn't. Take Liberal Socialist Sheep POV - he claims to be open-minded, yet supports discrimination in all its forms - including discrimination against gays and lesbians.

Johnny Rico

Honest Debate said...

Johnny Rico,

You'd think the President would be trumpeting it, the press echoing it and Libs commenting on it.

guy faulkes said...

The title says it all. What's the problem. Nobody cares if Kagan is gay. They care about whether she would be a revisionist judge that would legislate from the bench.