Thursday, October 27, 2005

The Ivy League Glee Club is doing backflips over Miers withdrawing her nomination

I have quit listening to the Laura Ingraham radio show, but turned it on for a few minutes this morning because I had a hunch she would be rejoicing over the news that Harriet Miers has withdrawn herself from consideration for the Supreme Court. (Ingraham and other self appointed saviors of conservatism in America have savaged President Bush and the Miers appointment for the past three weeks. Ingraham went so far as to say "It doesn't matter how she votes on issues..........", declaring the new litmus test for court appointees to be that they pass muster with her and her group.....Ivy league lawyers one and all)

I was correct in my hunch about how these conservofascists would be reacting this morning. Ingraham and her radio cohorts were talking about how Robert Bork would be doing backflips this morning because he "finally got back at Spector" (Senator Spector being one republican senator that voted against Bork as a SCOTUS nominee). Then John Fund came on the show with Laura and they gave high fives and slapped each other on the back, talking about how "courageous" each other is and what a "great day" this is for America.

I turned it off and will have no need to turn it back western music is far more enlightening.

They won this battle, and in the end turned out to be right. If Miers could not stand up the the bullying of the conservofascists who were savaging her she does not belong on the court. But in the big scheme of things, it's the democrats and the leftists who have won. The left has long believed that special interest groups such as the ACLU and Planned Parenthood should determine who gets appointed for SCOTUS (that's Supreme Court of The U.S.).

The conservofascists have declared the left to be right on that issue


At 12:40 PM, Blogger Speedzzter said...

"Conservofascists" is a too strong. Miers' defeat was guaranteed after the Washington Post found the 1993 speech.

However, we are in substantial agreement on a number of points. see

At 1:36 PM, Blogger senorlechero said...

Conservofascists is not too's inaccurate, but I like the word...........

You say that the 1993 speech did her in? Nothing in the bullys rhetoric changed yesterday. They said the same things about her since day 1.

This group of bullys, thugs, has acted just like the leftist special interests groups act in order to get a nominee who they don't like defeated. You know what's scary? They are better at it than the leftists are.

They have set a new standard...."Only conservatives who pass OUR test need apply"

What I'd like to know is why they didn't work this FOR Bush's nominees to the Apelate courts when democrats stood in the way?


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