Help Wanted: No Experience Needed

Posted: May 12, 2010 by April Watkins in Courts, Supreme Court, Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS)
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Placement on the bench of the U.S. Supreme Court is, most likely, the most powerful position bestowed upon an individual. It’s tenure is the life of the Justice. The decisions and interpretations of our Constitution and Bill of Rights can alter the fabric of our society with the smack of the gavel.

While nominations for an opening on the Court seem boring, pay careful attention to Obama’s nominees. First up is Elena Kagan, former Dean of Harvard Law School, U.S. Solicitor General (great rez, uh?)  BUT….. NO EXPERIENCE AS A JUDGE!!

She’s another Ivy League Tower dweller, yet moderate enough to be unimpressive to true liberals. No doubt her nomination will go the way of Harriett Meyers.

My prediction:  After rejecting Kagan, Senate Republicans and moderate Democrats will expect the White House to produce a nominee that is a more middle-of-the-road candidate.  Would Obama and Co. hang their Democrat colleagues out to dry by sending an even more leftist, possibly radical nominee?  Would they take the chance on losing seats in both houses as we are looking down the home stretch at very contested November elections? 

It is the second nominee that will, most likely, be the hidden gem of the socialist left.   You see, Obama and Co. don’t care about the Democrats, moreover the Republicans.  They are strategically placing socialists and globalists in positions that can regulate, mandate, and orchestrate routes around our Constitution and our Judeo-Christian based society.

TAKE HEED AMERICA.    LISTEN.    REACT.

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