Sunday, July 30, 2006

Senator Kennedy is claiming that he was mislead again

This time, Kennedy is telling America that he was mislead during Chief Justice Roberts and Justice Alito's confirmation hearings.

Kennedy actually voted against both of these men, so I am not actually sure how he can claim that he was mislead. Kennedy even went so far as to try and filibuster Alito. Many of his fellow senators ignored him.

Kennedy states in his Washington Post article-

But the careful, bipartisan process of years past -- like so many checks and balances rooted in our Constitution -- has been badly broken by the current Bush administration. The result has been the confirmation of two justices, John G. Roberts Jr. and Samuel A. Alito Jr., whose voting record on the court reflects not the neutral, modest judicial philosophy they promised the Judiciary Committee, but an activist's embrace of the administration's political and ideological agenda.

Kennedy is joking about that "bipartisan" comment, right?

If Kennedy can call what he does as "bipartisan", than I am allowed to call myself a beautiful, tall, skinny, blonde supermodel.

Washington Post continued........

1 comment:

Kate said...

You mean you aren't a tall skinny blonde model? :)

It would be nice if one of Kennedy's big supporters would send him a couple of cases of Scotch so he could drink himself into a permanent stupor. Hmmm... Oh yeah, he already is.

If the people of Massachusetts can't see what a complete joke (dangerous one) this man is, that's one state I never want to visit.