Friday, July 16, 2010

Sessions Is Right: Filibuster Kagan

BammyBoy's SCOTUS nominee Kagan is unacceptable.

Ms. Kagan actively conspired twice to deceive Congress while serving in the Clinton administration. Once by "helping" ACOG to re-write their testimony about partial-birth abortions, and once while "helping" the AMA to do the same on the same topic.

Partial-birth abortion is the Left's homage to Joseph Mengele.

Finally, a Senator emerges with the right solution.

Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) told HUMAN EVENTS that he would not rule out filibustering Elena Kagan's nomination to the Supreme Court. In an exclusive interview, the ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee said that a "filibuster is not off the table," but cautioned that such a procedural tactic would only be employed under "extraordinary circumstances." Asked if Kagan's penchant for judicial and political activism hit the benchmark of "extraordinary circumstances," Sessions wouldn't commit, but noted how Kagan did not "help herself in her testimony."

There's a good deal of backing and filling there, which Sessions should eliminate.

Accomodating a President who "won" is polite. Accomodating a disciple of Mengele is wrong.

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