Sonia Sotomayor’s racist and ethnic-supremacy history is piling up; I’m thinking there is going to be far more of this same information emerging as time passes. Lesson to be learned here: never buy a used car (or anything else) when the sales pitch involves, “you have to do it now” or “you’ll lose if you don’t” or other defeatist, alarmist chants such as Barack Obama has applied — so far — to all his ill-fated machinations (remember how it was that that Auto Bailout just had to be done “rightaway” and Porkulus just had to be signed “now, without delay” while Obama then took a three-day, taxpayer-funded date in Chicago after the bill was rushed on through and landed on his desk for signature).
Think this through very carefully: do we really need or even want a racist on the Supreme Court? And is there anything superior or supreme, so to speak, about any one variation of human DNA over another? That is, do people by DNA become super-dooper-better-than-the-rest when and if they’re of one “race” or another?
If we don’t desire an ethnic-supremacist and racist culture, then the intelligent thing to do is not support nor vote for as to public office anyone who is either or both ethnic-supremacist and/or racist, nor associate with any organizations of persons who are. Sotomayor’s life story includes a saturation among the ethnic-supremacy organization and group-think of her choice and it’s not a complimentary characteristic about what her character is.
NO MORE APOLOGIES FROM SOTOMAYOR by Andrew Breitbart
TIME magazine attempts to pummel Newt Gingrich for speaking directly to the crooked ethics conveyed as to Sotomayor’s character by her own statements, while, nothing that Gingrich has said is wrong, incorrect, out-of-line or otherwise not reasonably associating Sotomayor with her own aberrant ethics:
Newt Gingrich grabbed cable news chatter all week after Twittering that Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor was a “Latina woman racist.” The ensuing controversy has not moderated his opposition.
Today, Renewing American Leadership, a 501(c)3 nonprofit that he heads, sent out an email to supporters calling on them to both “send blast faxes” to U.S. Senators demanding opposition to Sotomayor and contribute money to help the fight. The email opens with this quote, from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.:
“I have a dream: that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”
Can you imagine if the President of the United States nominated a judge to the U.S. Supreme Court who said this:
“My experience as a white man will make me a better judge than a Latina woman would be.”
Or could you imagine if that same judge ruled from the bench to deny 18 African-American firefighters a promotion just because of their skin color?
That judge would be called a bigot — and in my judgment, rightly so! Would there be any doubt that he would be FORCED to WITHDRAW his nomination for the Supreme Court?
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