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May 17, 2010

Colorado University law professor: Kagen a female version of Obama

Topics: Political News and commentaries

In other words, a blank slate - no judicial experience and no paper trail of thoughtful legal opinions to merit any consideration for a seat on the highest court of the land.

Recent history has taught us a lot about "blank slates." President Obama had a shallow resume and virtually no paper trail when he fooled many voters into believing he shared their philosophical viewpoints. In the past 16 months, he's filled that slate with socialist policies that have outraged a majority of voters and cost him dearly in public support.

Most Americans are incensed by his "you've had enough, America" brand of redistributive governance. Consider these unguarded Obama statements:

c "I mean, I do think at a certain point you've made enough money." Translation: Americans, you've had enough of the American dream.

c "Maybe you're better off not having the surgery, but taking painkillers." Translation: Americans, you've had enough health care.

c "Well - I mean, I think that - when you've listened to Rush Limbaugh or Glenn Beck ... it's troublesome." Translation: Americans, you've had enough free speech.

By decree, rank-and-file Americans have gotten all they're going to get in terms of a vigorous war against terrorists, U.S.-based oil and natural gas, and a serious challenge to illegal immigration. Crony capitalism has replaced free-market capitalism, group favoritism has subverted individual equality, "social justice" has undermined equal treatment under the law, and U.S. capitulation has destabilized our national defense and security.

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As is pointed out in the piece, given Kagen's lack of resume, she's patently unqualified for a position on the high court and should be rejected by the Senate. And thank you, Mr. President, but we've already had enough of your uninformed hope.

Posted by Richard at May 17, 2010 10:16 PM

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