Thursday, October 13, 2005

A reason to laugh at the so-called prestige of the Michigan Law School

The following comes from Karen DeCoster's blog:
Thanks to XM, I was able to hear a great Coulterism the other day. (A "Coulterism" is a jackass comment coming from the mouth of that jackass Ann Coulter.) Her rant was in regards to the nomination of Harriet Miers. Said she (a paraphrase): "We right-wing types don't care about all these different issues, we don't care if taxes are going up all over, and we don't care if Bush is tanking the entire economy. The only thing we care about is the Supreme Court." Now, realize that this remark came after she told her Fox comrade that the Supremes were there not to strictly interpret the Constitution, but rather, to interpret it in the way that it needs to be interpreted. The right way, is, of course, to "change with the times." Interpreting the Constitution liberally, is, of course, a horrific sin. She mentioned the Founding Fathers as being some guys from way back that don't have a clue as to what things would be like in the here and now. I am not making up this simpleton stuff. She stated it that simply. There ya go: reason and principles goodbye! And this broad has an advanced law degree?

Yup, and it's from the University of Michigan Law School. They may have a pretty quadrangle and library, but their standards must have gone down the tubes big time to let her through.

By the way, isn't it always conservatives who whine about the judicial activism and tax and spend nature of mainstream liberals? Maybe they should focus more of their attention on slamming lil ms. ball o' hate.


Blogger B.W. Richardson said...

More and more it seems the mainstream is about bigger Big Government, whether it's mainstream liberals, mainstream conservatives, mainstream Democrats or mainstream Republicans.

8:22 AM  

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