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Thread: Should Kagan recuse herself from the BOCare case?

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    Re: Should Kagan recuse herself from the BOCare case?

    Quote Originally Posted by LaMidRighter View Post
    Okay that's funny.
    that question bristles with difficulty and would require splitting hairs



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    Re: Should Kagan recuse herself from the BOCare case?

    Quote Originally Posted by TurtleDude View Post
    that's really stupid. Anita Hill should have been indicted for perjury. she asked him out for dinner after he allegedly harassed her. that alone proved she was a liar
    okay how about this then. Thomas should not be on the court because the only reason he was appointed was because of his race. His appointment was a case of affirmative action and he even acknowledges that. I though thomas opposed affirmative action? Why make an exception for himself?

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    Re: Should Kagan recuse herself from the BOCare case?

    Quote Originally Posted by 99percenter View Post
    okay how about this then. Thomas should not be on the court because the only reason he was appointed was because of his race. His appointment was a case of affirmative action and he even acknowledges that. I though thomas opposed affirmative action? Why make an exception for himself?
    right after BO quits you can raise that question again.
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    Re: Should Kagan recuse herself from the BOCare case?

    Quote Originally Posted by conservativeguy View Post
    right after BO quits you can raise that question again.
    Obama was democratically elected not appointed because of his race. Nice try. You fail.

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    Re: Should Kagan recuse herself from the BOCare case?

    Quote Originally Posted by 99percenter View Post
    Obama was democratically elected not appointed because of his race. Nice try. You fail.
    Just like Thomas was nominated for the court and was elected by the senate to sit on that court. He is on the court due to a democratic vote, not an appointment. You should pick up history book and study how our government works, I am certain you will learn a lot.
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    Re: Should Kagan recuse herself from the BOCare case?

    Quote Originally Posted by conservativeguy View Post
    Just like Thomas was nominated for the court and was elected by the senate to sit on that court. He is on the court due to a democratic vote, not an appointment. You should pick up history book and study how our government works, I am certain you will learn a lot.
    Lets be honest. Anyone bush had appointed would have been appointed unless the person was really extreme like bork. Bush decided to appoint thomas because of his race. That was the only reason. They wanted to keep racial balance on the bench. Do you seriously think thomas would be on the court if it wasn't thurgood marshall's seat that was vacant? You fail again.
    Last edited by 99percenter; 11-16-11 at 11:33 AM.

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    Re: Should Kagan recuse herself from the BOCare case?

    Quote Originally Posted by 99percenter View Post
    Lets be honest. Anyone bush had appointed would have been appointed unless the person was really extreme like bork. Bush decided to appoint thomas because of his race. That was the only reason. They wanted to keep racial balance on the bench. Do you seriously think thomas would be on the court if it wasn't thurgood marshall's seat that was vacant.
    If you have decided to turn over a new leaf and start being honest, well ok then.

    Thomas is a rock solid conservative judge, that's why he was picked. It may have crossed Bush's mind the nomination of a black jurist would be a good thing as well. At the end of the day Thomas has written numerous solid legal opinions and he has voted consistently on all matters before him.

    BO, on the other hand, received a large number of votes by racist aholes that picked him based on the color of his skin. They certainly didn't voted for him based on his record or the idiotic BS like Hope and Change. BO's entire pedigree is a textbook affirmative action career path. His degrees imply he is a smart man when we all know he is a blithering idiot without a prepared speech to read.
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    Re: Should Kagan recuse herself from the BOCare case?

    IMO, the entire supreme court should excuse themselves...
    Affordable health care should not even be considered by the court.
    But, this law is in need of reform, reform that did not begin to go far enuff.
    Our health care for the privileged and wealthy is great, for all others its terrible.
    Its long past time to change this.

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    Re: Should Kagan recuse herself from the BOCare case?

    Quote Originally Posted by conservativeguy View Post
    If you have decided to turn over a new leaf and start being honest, well ok then.

    Thomas is a rock solid conservative judge, that's why he was picked. It may have crossed Bush's mind the nomination of a black jurist would be a good thing as well. At the end of the day Thomas has written numerous solid legal opinions and he has voted consistently on all matters before him.

    BO, on the other hand, received a large number of votes by racist aholes that picked him based on the color of his skin. They certainly didn't voted for him based on his record or the idiotic BS like Hope and Change. BO's entire pedigree is a textbook affirmative action career path. His degrees imply he is a smart man when we all know he is a blithering idiot without a prepared speech to read.
    Actually obama graduated in the top 15% of his class at Harvard. Something you don't get by affirmative action. You think obama won swing states like ohio and virginia because of his skin color? People were fed up with bush and the GOP. Even racists voted for obama. Thomas on the other hand was only picked because of his skin color. Undeniable fact. He should not even be on the SCOTUS. You should really get an education. It might do you some good.

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    Re: Should Kagan recuse herself from the BOCare case?

    Quote Originally Posted by earthworm View Post
    IMO, the entire supreme court should excuse themselves...
    No, this needs to be settled or repealed.
    Affordable health care should not even be considered by the court.
    Considering the bill has cost nothing but cost increases and availability shrinkage then repeal or adjudicating it dead are the only two options.
    But, this law is in need of reform, reform that did not begin to go far enuff.
    You got the prefix correct, not the suffix. Repeal , not reform
    Our health care for the privileged and wealthy is great, for all others its terrible.
    Its long past time to change this.
    Emotionalized talking point with no substance. Usesless to the debate.
    Neither side in an argument can find the truth when both make an absolute claim on it.

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