Socialist Judge: Elena Kagan and the Teachable Moment

“In our own times, a coherent socialist movement is nowhere to be found in the United States. Americans are more likely to speak of a golden past than of a golden future, of capitalism’s glories than of socialism’s greatness.”
Elena Kagan, Obama nominee for the U.S. Supreme Court

“This is a great opportunity to find out what’s in this woman’s mind.”
— Rush Limbaugh

The teachable moment on socialism is here.

Courtesy of Barack Obama and Elena Kagan..

The issue — the issue — of this confirmation hearing for a Supreme Court Justice should be not Ms. Kagan, but socialism. Socialism, the philosophy she professed such admiration for in her 1981 Princeton thesis titled “To the Final Conflict: Socialism in New York City, 1900-1933.”


Obama Flashback: A Supreme Court Nominee With No Judicial Experience Requires Extreme Scrutiny

Great vid over at breitbart tv

Obama on Harriet Miers, former candidate for the supreme court: “She is going to have to be forthcoming.

“Harriet Miers has had a distinguished career as a lawyer, but since her experience does not include serving as a judge, we have yet to know her views on many of the critical constitutional issues facing our country today. In the coming weeks, we’ll need as much information and forthright testimony from Ms. Miers as possible so that the U.S. Senate can make an educated and informed decision on her nomination to the Supreme Court”. So says the wise one.

“The Final Conflict.” Think of  that.  Hardly know what more to say.


2 Responses to “Socialist Judge: Elena Kagan and the Teachable Moment”

  1. KingShamus Says:

    I agree.

    Lets make this chick empty her little statist spleen.

    The way to understand Obambi is through his actions. The way to wound him further might be through his weak-minded foolish underlings.


    • bunkerville Says:

      Amazing that no one is mentioning her socialist edge. At least here in PA we have tomorrow to look forward to. Hope to hell we get Murtha’s seat and bid farewell to Specter.


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