Discussion in 'Politics' started by Bonnie, Sep 14, 2005.
September 13th, 2005
I was watching Senator Biden interview Judge Roberts earlier. The Senator was basically flipping out because the future Chief Justice keeps refusing to answer direct questions about cases he might have to see. Roberts basically nailed him too. And then Biden was complaining about the lack of time he has to question and i was just like "then why dont you ask him your question instead of pontificating"
What I thought was even more amazing was the topic Senator Biden was trying to question him. Biden was trying to grill Roberts on whether he would uphold the "Constitutional right to death". There is no freaking right to death in the Constitution! I wish these Senators would focus more on protecting rights the Constitution does give rather than undermine them to assert "Rights" that the Constitution doesn't give.
Those Senators only live for changing the Constitution to fit their political agenda. If you were to open up their heads and spill what comes out, that's all you'll find.
Did you also notice the nervous shit eatin grin Biden had on his face when the issue of Ginsberg came up? He was caught and he knew it!!
for sure he has more teeth than my horse! :cof:
Biden went for the 'impossible' today, trying to say that in judicial confirmations, the 'precedents of Ginsberg et al' shouldn't count. Flat and wrong.
He really has a brass set huh?
Or thinks the general public has cotton between their ears. Problem here, related to another thread. The Dems assume stupidity. The administration assumes cognitive abilities above the norm.
Seems there is a mighty big disconnect coming from both sides :
secession of the blue states is looming.
New Slogan free the Mexican slave labourers in the Southern States.
Will France support the blue states this time around ?
What is it with libs and their prescious "right to death"? I'm serious, Orwell was a freekn' prophet. Soon we'll be hearing them demanding that the "freedom to be dictated" be instituted.
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