Tuesday, July 05, 2005

Kennedy Slams Unnamed Supreme Court Nominee

Sen. Ted Kennedy, D-MA, today criticized President George Bush's as-yet-unnamed replacement for retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor as a "brutal, Bible-thumping, right-wing ideologue who hates minorities, women and cocker spaniels."

"He or she is clearly outside the mainstream of American values," said Sen. Kennedy. "President Bush has again ignored the Senate's 'advice and consent' role, forcing Democrats to filibuster this outrageous nominee."

The Massachusetts Senator said his aides have already discovered "reams of memos" showing that the man or woman Mr. Bush will appoint has "a history of abusing subordinates, dodging military service, hiring undocumented workers, spanking his or her children and rolling back the clock on human rights to the days when the Pharaohs ruled Egypt with an iron fist."

The Senator's office issued a news release to the media documenting the allegations against the potential high court judge, with a convenient blank line allowing reporters to fill in the nominee's name as soon as that information is leaked.

Hat Tip to scrappleface.com

2 Comments:

At 5:12 AM, Blogger Sick Boy said...

Subversive? What branch of service did ol' Ted serve in? (oops, he was a state diver in MA.) Who does he have clean his house? Toilets? (a white? a black? or a "hard working, readily assimilated, 'undocumented', had to travel all the way to MA for a job (sanctuary city?)" alien?) Remember Ted, abortion is forbidden in the Catholic church. Is the "Big Dig" finished, and at or below budget? What a joke. ...and the White House came out with a statement about a Mexican stamp. How long did it take him again to call EMS??

 
At 9:07 AM, Blogger GallopingCow said...

Hmmmm.

Methinks that Teetotaler Ted should withhold his criticism until an actual candidate is presented.

Or, in other words, "cross that bridge when he gets to it"....

I'm moo-ved by his passion, however...

 

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