Wise Latina in on the Supreme Court

It was a foregone conclusion, but it’s still irksome that the RINOs piled on for Sotomayor.  It’s not just that she’s a judicial activist who dislikes self-defense, lies about her record, and shilled for a radical Puerto Rican group.  It’s that the hearings showed something very, very specific about her:  she’s a complete mediocrity.  The woman is as dumb as a somewhat smart post.  She’s a slow thinker.  She’s uninformed.  She’s a tribute, not to brains and hard work, but to affirmative action.

On the good side.  It is entirely possible that the charming and tactful Justice Roberts might be able to move that slow brain into a different world view.  If she were as bright as he, it is likely that she’d be able to match him argument for argument.  As a lesser legal light (heck, a lesser anything light), she might not be able to muster coherent arguments to justify her positions, and may prove to be a very weak liberal link indeed.

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  • Charles Martel

    Democratic eugenics in action: make sure that only the slowest, dumbest minorities “rise” to the top, thereby ensuring two things: 1.) Your token commitment to “diversity,” and 2.) your continuing mastery of ethnic dimwits who will never figure out just how destructive you are to their ultimate interests.

  • Danny Lemieux

    Well said, Charles.

    The only minorities allowed to advance are those that fit the predetermined template that ensures they will ever be beholden to their white Democrat/Left masters. I can only hope that more and more minorities figure this out.

  • ew

    Aside from her shrieking intellectual deficiencies, could the woman appear any more dishevelled in her personal appearance? The puffy and evasive eyes, the insincere and disingenuous facial expressions, the giveaway hand movements and body language, all of it, even without hearing her say a word should be enough.

  • Charles Martel

    On the good side. It is entirely possible that the charming and tactful Justice Roberts might be able to move that slow brain into a different world view.”

    That reminds me, Book, of the joke where the parents try to cure their impossibly optimistic son by giving his twin brother a pony and him a bedroom piled high with manure on their 8th birthday.

    The kid runs and gets a shovel and begins frantically digging through the crap. “What are you doing, son?” his parents ask, incredulous.

    “I just know there’s gotta be a pony in there somewhere!” he replies.

    Good luck with that Roberts/Sotomayor thing, Book.