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Obama taps blatant white hating bigot for Supreme Court.


Obama picks a radical far-left, obnoxious white hating Puerto Rican, who even other left-wing Judges don’t like.

From RenewAmerica.US

President Obama’s nominee to replace David Souter on the Supreme Court, Judge Sonia Sotomayor, is by all objective accounts an activist judge who will indulge left-wing policy preferences instead of impartially applying the law.

She appears to be intellectually shallow, and perfectly willing to use her judicial power to discriminate on the basis of race, as long as the victims of discrimination are white.

She proved this in a one-paragraph ruling in Ricci v. DeStefano, siding with a city that used racially discriminatory practices to deny promotions to white firefighters, and was even chastised for her blatant racism by a colleague, a Clinton appointee.

Said the colleague, Judge Jose Cabranes, her opinion “contains no reference whatsoever to the constitutional claims at the core of this case,” and represents a “perfunctory disposition” of a case that required thought because of the “weighty issues presented.”

Her racism-tainted ruling was so bad that even a Washington Post columnist lamented that the firefighters in question had been “deprived of the pursuit of happiness on account of race.”

In other words, Judge Sotomayor is willing to cavalierly brush aside the profound principles of the Declaration of Independence if the people involved have the wrong skin color. Didn’t we fight a Civil War to resolve this very thing?

If we want to go back to the America of 1857 and Dred Scott, Sotomayor is the express train who will take us there.

Her ruling is under review by the Supreme Court, and an opinion is expected by the end of June.

Tellingly, Sotomayor freely admits that she makes judicial decisions based on her feelings and personal politics rather than the Constitution and the law, as if this were something to be proud of rather than ashamed of.

She said in 2002 that it is appropriate for judges to consider their “experiences as women and people of color” and that such experiences should “affect our decisions.”

She added, “I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experience would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn’t lived that life.”

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