Sotomayor, single payer, engineered immigration conquest, and more
Posted further down in this entry is a miscellany of comments that don’t fit into any of the present threads.
Also, many new comments have been posted in:
Diane Schuler problem solvedJim C. writes:
re: “Single payer”Charles S. writes:
(categorized under general venting)Robert in Nashville writes:
The link at the bottom of this page leads to others, shows something of the organization behind the process.Irwin Graulich writes:
While I am not happy about Sotomayor, she is much better than Souter who was an extreme leftist and meshugah!! Knowing Obama, I will take that tradeoff.LA replies:
Yes. While I have no regard for her and despise what she stands for, at least she seems like a normal human being and personally likable, which makes her a big improvement over the likes of Souter (recessive nonentity), Kennedy (ditto), Ginsberg (shriveled anti-American Communist gnome), Breyer (superficial preening Harvardian), O’Connor (intellectual zero, good little girl). And as many have pointed out, given So-so’s beliefs, her lack of intellectual firepower is a good thing.Irwin Graulich replies (August 11):
All I can say is thank God that Obama did not select Maxine Waters or Cynthia Mckinney. Remember, George Bush 1 picked David Souter for which Bush deserves waterboarding and capital punishment.Carol Iannone replies to LA (August 11):
Her views on race are clear and well thought out…and noxious.Stuart L. writes:
I’ve been reading your blog for a while (every day now) and I have to say it’s been a revelation. For me your writings carry the sting of truth and it can be confronting sometimes as I’m not used to it. I don’t feel I have sufficient knowledge to post any feedback but please accept my gratitude for the effort you obviously put into this site.LA replies:
Thank you very much.Steven P.. writes:
Concerning your excellent speech “A Real Islam Policy for a Real America,” and the point that liberalism seeks to destroy all natural distinctions via a cult of non-discrimination:LA replies:
Yes, I think there is an analogy between thermodynamics and liberalism.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at August 11, 2009 01:58 AM | Send