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Stephen Breyer, Supreme Court Activist

August 1, 2015
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Stephen Breyer, Supreme Court Activist

The only male in that elite coven of lifetime Lefty lawyers given carte blanche to override the American Constitution: Federal Obamacare bail-out, imposition of gay marriage as national policy, enforced neighborhood red-lining, the opportunity to limit free speech if it doesn’t happen to be politically correct, making the death penalty “unconstitutional,” all side-stepping that annoying little business about...
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Eric Holder, Attorney General: Legalizing Corruption

April 20, 2013
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Eric Holder, Attorney General: Legalizing Corruption

Remember when revolutionaries like Bill Ayres and the rest of the 60s gang decried "The System?" Remember when policemen were "pigs?" The law was something to be broken, on principle. Times have changed.
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg

November 6, 2012
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg

UPDATE 7/15/16 The legal genius who praised the amazing life offered to millions of South Africans by its constitution over the crummy little thing our forefathers wrought 2+ centuries ago now flaps her gums carelessly about the horrors of a Trump Presidency.  Some fans of self-admiring women like Ginsburg think of this as brave outspokenness. The rest of us...
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Elena Kagan

November 6, 2012
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Elena Kagan

Another Supreme Court Obamatron, like her black-robed sisters Sonia & Ruth, who believes the U.S. Constitution is defective and in need of a Wise Woman’s touch. A curious stance for a member of the Supreme Court whose function is to interpret, not re-write, the most enduring and beneficial document in civilized mankind’s history. As...
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Sonia Sotomayor, Wise Latina

November 6, 2012
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Sonia Sotomayor, Wise Latina

A pot-stirring Latina lawyer’s trail of tears heavily flavored with racial agitation, Puerto Rican-style, starting in the broken-down barrio of Princeton University, now tragically dead-ended on the United States Supreme Court. A lamentable life and career worthy of La Llorona. And there are two others in this Sad Sister Act. Sonia’s money quote for the Ages:
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