Zreebs
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Interesting post Keith – It is hard for me to understand how Ginsberg and Scalia could be friends when off the bench. One would think, for example, that these comments would make Scalia’s blood boil. I wonder if these two go to the opera together – not because the are friends, but because they have to maintain that personal contact in order to stand one another in the courtroom? Speaking of myself, there are only a handful of Republicans that I genuinely consider my friend.… Read more »
Keith
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“Over the weekend, less than a month after the Supreme Court heard arguments on the constitutionality of same-sex marriage bans, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg presided over the wedding of Shakespeare Theatre artistic director Michael Kahn and interior designer Charles Mitchem. According to New York Times columnist Maureen Dowd, a guest at the wedding, Ginsburg delivered her portion, including saying she was officiating by the power vested in her by the United States Constitution, ‘with a sly look and special emphasis on the word… Read more »
Keith
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The Washington Post Fact Checker finds Sen. Marco Rubio’s (R-FL) claim that former President George W. Bush said himself that he would not have invaded Iraq is “simply false.” “We can find no evidence to justify Rubio’s claim that former president Bush has said that he would not have invaded Iraq if he had known no weapons of mass destruction would have been found. Rather, he and most of his top aides have insisted that the invasion was still justified despite the failure to find… Read more »
Keith
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Corey May 18, 2015 at 4:32 pm Who else has made those comments besides him? Certainly nobody here. It’s his issues, but don’t pass the buck on his behalf…… Who else made those comments? You forget Corey, you did. The magic negro, calling a spade a spade, your support of Romney’s racist campaign. So, yes, you did Corey. My comments were all about my ongoing sarcasm in regard to a whole class of Americans who simply refuse to accept a “black boy” as President. And,… Read more »
Corey
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And nobody else does or ever will refer to Obama as “America’s First Mixed Race President.” There is nothing controversial about accurately referring to him as the first black or first African-American President. Yes, his mother was white, but based on his skin color, in the view of almost everyone in the world, including those with unjust prejudice, he is seen as black.