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Friday, August 6, 2010

Scott Brown Votes "No" on Kagan, Grahamnesty Votes "Yes"

Once again, we must apologize to Massachusetts for once suggesting that Lindsey Graham is the third Senator from that state. Massachusetts has more reliably conservative representation in the United States Senate than Lindsey Graham offers South Carolina.

the U.S. Senate voted, 63 – 37, to confirm Elena Kagan to the Supreme Court. Among those who did not vote to confirm Kagan, was Senator Scott Brown of Massachusetts. Among those voting with the Democrats to confirm Kagan was South Carolina's Lindsey Graham.

In a statement explaining his vote, Brown said:

“When it comes to the Supreme Court, experience matters. No classroom can substitute for the courtroom itself, where decisions are made that affect the day-to-day lives of American citizens, and where one's judicial character and temperament is shaped in favor of the fair and just application of the law.”

As Supreme Court decisions and Elena Kagan's critical votes accrue over what may be decades, remember Scott Brown's principled decision ... and remember South Carolina's rogue Senator who voted to put her there.

You can thank Senator Brown at: (202) 224-4543 or (617) 565-3170.

Don't waste your time calling Lindsey, but he will likely be on the Republican Primary ballot in 2014.


Linda said...

Our President of the United States had a great couple of months;

1. Financial reformed passed, thanks to “Tea Party Approved” Senator Scott Brown (R-MA)
2. AZ SB1070 (written by Neo Nazi lover, Russell Pearce and private prison giant Corrections Corporation of America (CCA) lover, Jan Brewer, both “Tea Party Approved” ) fails in court when legally challenged.
3. CA Prop 8 (financially supported by San Diego businessman Terry Caster, owner of A-1 Self Storage, Company, San Diego businessman Doug Manchester owner Manchester Grand Hyatt Hotel and the Grand del Mar, Church of Latter Day Saint (LDS/ Mormons), Catholic Church, both “Tea Party Approved”) fails in court when legally challenged, the judge appointed by Ronald Reagan.
4. Elena Kagan Confirmed to Supreme Court, (63 to 37, with the help of Susan Collins, Olympia Snowe, Sen. Lindsey Graham, Judd Gregg, and Richard Lugar, are they “Tea Party Approved”?
5. Another Birther lawsuit (Captain Pamela Barnett, V. Barack Obama) and “Tea Party Approved”, was dismissed.

Happy Birthday Mr. President, even though belated, keep going, you are doing great and I am personally enjoy that the so called “Tea Party” is taking it so well. Love it.

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