01 July 2010

Kagan Doesn't Have A View On "Natural Rights?"

Thomas Jefferson is spinning in his grave. Kagan's no more qualified to sit on the Supreme Court than Harriet Myers. She is simply another Harvard academic elite who believes she is morally and intellectually superior to not only most American citizens, but also to the principles contained in our founding documents, for which my ancestors shed blood. I also think she's lying and dodging.

7 comments:

Jill Ligmana said...

Regardless of what the senator may wish the Dec. of Ind. is not a binding document of the US...it does state our un or inalienable rights but it is not law in the US...the Constitution is.

Stephen Clay McGehee said...

Absolutely incredible. That video should be posted far and wide so that everyone can see just exactly what kind of person our "elected officials" are about to vote into power.

msimons said...

I agree you or me or even Kevin L. is more Qualifed to be on the Court.

msimons said...

I agree you or me or even Kevin L. is more Qualifed to be on the Court.

msimons said...

She is more dangerous than I orginally Thought!

Richard G. Williams, Jr. said...

Jill:

"the Dec. of Ind. is not a binding document of the US"

Not "binding" in the strict sense, but certainly contains guiding principles which should influence judicial decisions.

Funny how these progressives will look to foreign law for guidance, but will ignore the Declaration of Independence.

13thBama said...

Great Freudian slip there "...if I am fortunate enough to be concerned...". Wow