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June 24, 2004

A Future Upstanding Liberal

In a Sacramento Bee story about two high school girls who wrote essays about the Newdow case, and their reactions to the Supreme Court's recent ruling that wasn't really a ruling, i found the best exposition of the typical liberal approach to law i have yet seen.

The chick who wrote the winning essay in support of Newdow's position (that "under God" should be declared unconstitutional) said the following:

[M]y opinion has strengthened a lot more with looking up the different laws and legal briefs. I really look at it from how others feel. It's not really about the laws; it's about how it makes people feel living in their country. [emphasis added]
Perfect, just perfect. A future liberal if i ever saw one. God help us.

Posted by annika, Jun. 24, 2004 |
Rubric: annikapunditry


Yeah, scary, isn't it?

Posted by: susan on Jun. 24, 2004

I am in a mood about my liberal brothers and sisters-- they are too effing stupid to live!! God Bless America these people are idiots who are living in a fantasy world. One effing lie after another in the major media, Fuckingheight 9/11, and "I looked up the laws and decided it was about how people feel! #$*&*$#*&*#(@*!!! AND THE HORSE YOU RODE IN ON!! EFFING IDIOT!!!! I can't stand it anymore. GRRRRRR GRRR GRR!!!!!!!! Damn, I need a beer.

Posted by: gcotharn on Jun. 24, 2004

how sad.

i guess high school really is less than i remember it. we learned intellectual honesty and critical thinking. . . .

Posted by: jcrue on Jun. 25, 2004

Yeah, the law is all about how people "feel." People who "feel" that "under God" belongs in the Pledge of Allegiance? They don't count, of course! I mean, we're only talking about how civilized people feel! Right?

Posted by: Matt Rustler on Jun. 25, 2004