I believe that the frothing at the mouth, wailing and gnashing, and tearing of the garments in Wingnuttia just might inspire me to post more. They are in full ludicrous speed spin mode, and it's early. This ought to be fun.
Having not read the "SHE'S A RACIST" memo, funny underwear-wearing failed Rushthuglibot Presidential candidate spews out one of the tried, tired failed Reich-Wingnut talking points
"The nomination of Judge Sonia Sotomayor is troubling. Her public statements make it clear she has anWrong again, Flipper the Fudgepacker. Let Senate Guru explain:
expansive view of the role of the judiciary. Historically, the Court is where judges interpret the Constitution
and apply the law. It should never be the place "where policy is made," as Judge Sotomayor has said."
Might as well, they are already acting like fourth graders. Which HAS to make one wonder: How could anybody who DID make it through 4th grade be a
Going back to my grade school social studies class, we learned that there are three sources of "policy":
- laws passed by the legislative branch,
- executive orders signed in the executive branch, and
- judicial decisions handed down in the judicial branch.
Judges don't make laws. But they do make policy. And any conservative - or Republican Senator - who disagrees with that should probably have to repeat the fourth grade.
Like teabagging, only a bit more stimulating!