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Wednesday, March 23, 2022

Affirmative action's idiocracy

If there are two people who can end a half-century of affirmative action, it is Judge Ketanji Jackson and Kamala Harris. A dumber pair have never been nominated for such high positions in the federal government.

Oh, Dan Quayle was pretty slow on the draw.

Bush 41 wanted a baby boomer -- any baby boomer would do -- in 1988. And when you pick a person based solely on biography, you wind up with a dunce. Look at the next king of England.

Biden picked Ketanji and Kamala solely because they were black and female. He got two people who apparently are slower than him.

In her hearings on her nomination, Ketanji got two softball questions down the middle from Republican senators because they knew she would whiff them.

Asked to define a woman, she said, "I'm not a biologist."

Asked when does life begin, she said, "Senator, um... I don't know."

Life Site News tweeted, "How can Ketanji Brown Jackson say women have a right to abortion when she doesn't even know what a woman is?"

Now in the judge's case, maybe she is just being dishonest. She likely lives in fear of reprisal from transvestite activists and the abortion industry.

Cackling Kamala is another matter. She is a disastrous public speaker because she really is not that bright. Consider these four jewels.

So, Ukraine is a country in Europe. Russia is a bigger country. Russia is a powerful country. Russia decided to invade a smaller country called Ukraine. So, basically, that’s wrong, and it goes against everything that we stand for.

The significance of the passage of time, right? The significance of the passage of time. So when you think about it, there is great significance to the passage of time...there is such great significance to the passage of time.

Elections matter. And when folks vote, they order what they want — and in this case they got what they asked for. I went off script a little bit.

And perhaps this is a moment, as life does present us with those moments, that challenge us to ask what is our reason for being. And I think we all know the history of NATO and its reason for being. The spirit behind this term we use, ‘the transatlantic community.’ The word ‘community,’ meaning a collection, not — a collection of individuals who see themselves as a collection than as one. And that’s where we are now.

Softball questions really are too difficult for her.

Margaret Brennan of CBS: "Do you think you’re being set up to fail?"

Kamala: "No, I don’t believe I’m being set up to fail, but more important, I’m vice president of the United States. Anything that I handle is because it’s a tough issue. And it couldn’t be handled at some other level."

Biden, too, is a person who was picked for his bio. He is a crook who stays bought. Obama and company knew they could trust him to let them run the country.

Obama and his people are running the country right into the ground.

Biden is oblivious to the world. He just reads what they tell him to read. His reading skills leave much to be desired, as he said, "Putin may circle Kiev with tanks, but he'll never gain the hearts and souls of the Iranian people."

Not one in this trio of imbeciles should be holding public office.

Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier once and for all by being good. His skills and performance got him into the Hall of Fame. The second and third black players, Larry Doby and Satchel Paige, also made the Hall of Fame.

I look at Ketanji and Kamala and say to myself, good Lord, black women. Do you not have better people to send? If we waited 232 years for a black woman vice president and justice and got these two, maybe we should wait another 232 years for the next ones.

34 comments:

  1. Do we know if Kamala spells potato with an "e" at its end?

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    1. The correct spelling of potato is Brian Stelter

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    2. I'd wager she spells 'will' with an 'e' at it's end. She's intimately familiar with that word.

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    3. Kamala can spell? When did this happen?

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    4. She's like listening to a Dick and Jane book on audio tape. That makes for a long car trip.

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    5. Kamelto, or kameltoe
      Potato, or patatoe

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    6. Yeah, just like tomatoe.

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  2. I would qualify the last paragraph. Liberal black women are this way. I give you Sheila Jackson Lee, Mad Maxine Waters, Cori Bush, Ilhan Omar and the planetary Stacy Abrams.

    Xiden filibustered Janice Rogers Brown, Candace Owens is no slouch and neither is Condoleezza Rice (although she is a globalist).

    But lets not forget Virginia's new Lt. Governor, Winsome Sears. She has to have liberals shaking in their DOGO "The Yellow Side Of Me Le Petit Prince" vegan boots.

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    2. the Dems are afraid of intelligent, honest, conservative POC (I do that as it applies to Hispanics and Asians.)They are not wanting people who think for themselves. Winsome Sears is a case in Point.

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    3. [T]he Dems are afraid of intelligent, honest, conservative humans of any stripe (FIFY) - they are just PARTICULARLY scared of the non-pale-male ones, since that thwarts their entire plan to Yugoslavize the country and turn elections into censuses.

      And look at the Dems' pale-male roster - is that the best pale-males they can do?

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    4. Love that photo of Winsome Sears toting her gun.

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    5. Have you taken a look at the males of all races that dominate the party recently? There's an argument for waiting 232 years for another man. Ref, Spartacus crying yesterday during confirmation hearing.

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  3. I think the real answers to those two questions is "they haven't told me yet."

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  4. Judge Jackson is dumb like a fox. She knows that if her honest answers contradict her opening pledge to be fair and impartial without fear or favor, her nomination is dead in the water. That is why she is engaging in the favorite trick of those being deposed under oath, feigning either ignorance or memory loss.

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    1. Sorry to disabuse of your antiquated notions of the suggestion that "fairness," "qualified," and other terms that no longer fit in the democrat lexicon. This bimbo (sorry, I don't know what a "woman" is, either) could sit there and confess to everything short of murder and the dems would confirm her. Actually, I'm not too sure about that murder thing either. It would depend if she killed a white guy or a POC.

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    2. The dems will confirm her with the help of some rinos. Manchin turning will not be enough.

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    3. Devo, but, if she is found to have mispronouned someone in the past, all bets are off.

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  5. All true and yet watch how many repubs vote for this empty headed suit!! Better hope brandon doesen't get another pick on the SCOTUS because that will be the end of the US constitution as written. Period. Starting with first and second amendment being tossed.

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  6. As I posted on the last thread -

    She will be much less effective than Breyer was when he was first on the court, because the jurists respected his legal training and ability. Much like Scalia respected Ginsburg, even though her effectiveness as a jurist was almost invisible. Still, she was still part of the club. Neither Kagan or Sotomayor are intellectually worthy of being on the Court, and neither is Brown-Jackson. She is a lightweight. And it shows. She also has not done well in the hearing, making it difficult for Roberts to find common ground with her. Oh she'll get through. She shouldn't, because she isn't even faking it well. But if a GOP nominee was this poor on confirmation hearings, they'd be done.

    You will have three absolutely borderline inept democrat appointed women on Scotus, and it will leave a mark. Dems better hope the two Obama appointees stay healthy for the next 6 years. And there's no guarantee of that.

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  7. And in totally unrelated news…??

    A black Arizona Wildcats basketball player, Bennedict Mathurin, has created a bit of a stir by appearing to sneak a quick nip rub on a white Texas Christian University cheerleader after Arizona’s overtime win last weekend. He is now “reaching out” to the girl and wants to apologize even while claiming he has “no recollection” of the incident. This sounds like Juicy Smollett tossed with some Ketanji with a Hillary vinaigrette. I mean, how much longer can these lying liars lie before they spontaneously combust? And another thing: Inferior Black Women are more and more the perps in these urban violence scenes I keep seeing on YouTube/Twitter but NO ONE CALLS THEM OUT. Why is that? My theory is that they’re jealous of the white/mixed women who are stealing their successful black men away from them. Because a black male, scoring with a white chick is like a trophy on your wall…

    Believe me, I know of whence I speak.

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    1. I've had a few trophies that 1/2"x6" tapcons wouldn't hold on a wall!!! Sometimes you had to wrestle the "BIG" game...it was fun stuffing them!

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    2. Yes, Budweiser was involved...

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    3. What, Rick, you mounted some Clydesdales? 😂😂😂

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  8. The photo of KBJ on Red State today says it all: “I have a huge….and I mean a Trumpian pronunciation huuuge- chip on my shoulder and I dare you to try to knock it off.” Humility is not in her wheelhouse, and should be fir any SCOTUS nominee.

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  9. Never trust an American woman with a phony African name.

    Of course, the best example of diversity hire as idiot is Zippy.

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  10. We all know that this has nothing to do with biden, it's all his handlers. For doc Jill to let this happen, over and over, shows exactly what a true piece of shit she is. My Florida senators better not confirm this angry black woman to the highest,(corrupt), court in the land...I need a trophy about now!!!

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  11. Kamala not that bright? If she were a light bulb and you turned her on in the middle of the day, she would plunge half the continent into pitch blackness so thick that it would seem we were at the bottom of the deepest cave.
    Put her in a room filled with the smartest people on the planet and the average IQ would drop below 60.
    The only thing she does is make Barry Soetoro look smart and that just barely.

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  12. With all due respect, I think Queen Elizabeth is trying to hold on and outlive Charles, so as to pass the crown to William... lest the realm be left to a 'green' king.

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  13. "My tiny baby brother, who's never read a book,
    Knows one sex from the other,
    All he had to do was look."

    Irving Berlin wrote these catchy lyrics for Annie Get Your Gun's, "Doin' What Comes Naturally".This was a smash hit a few generations back as recently as 1999 on Broadway...Funny part is they started gutting the musical because of what were perceived to be 'insensitivity to indians, but DID NOT cut out of the song the truth; there are only TWO SEXES!

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  14. I want to surrender, but I won't. I'm only 62 but have a lot of health issues and doing what I want to do is almost impossible. But, I can still speak up and do so at every opportunity. I've lost a lot of "liberal " "friends" (both are questionable words) and I am certain that I will lose more because ALL of them save one (because he's old and suffering health problems) will hear from me what DUMBAZZES they are. They will hear it good and hard and will probably hate me after telling them to eff off and go straight to hell.
    My kindness has worn off. Anyone who says they're a democrat these days deserve nothing good in their lives except the pain of their own ignorance. I'm beginning to truly hate them.

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  15. Not a bad analysis but, knowing Dan Quayle's bio, I would expect that he would not have been a bad decision maker.
    He was simply not ready for prime time as far as the cut throat political media of his day. His wife would have been a better choice.

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  16. Not a bad analysis but, knowing Dan Quayle's bio, I would expect that he would not have been a bad decision maker.
    He was simply not ready for prime time as far as the cut throat political media of his day. His wife would have been a better choice.

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