If Peter LaBarbera, Brian Camenker and Amy Contrada are “investigative reporters,” then I’m the Mayor of Cowboy Spaceman Ballerina Ninja Turtles, and you will respect my authority as such!
Anyway, the She-Spies up there have released a report on Elena Kagan’s “Radically Pro-Homosexual, Pro-Transsexual Record” when she was at Harvard, so let’s have a look:
WARNING: Offensive Language
Apparently Contrada couldn’t refrain from dropping F-bombs throughout the slumber party, I mean “investigation.”
Many will be shocked at just how extreme Harvard has become ‚Äî and the radical sexual/gender policies advanced by Kagan. Kudos to Amy and our friends at Mass Resistance for doing the reporting that most in the liberal media refuses to do (because too many agree with Kagan’ left-wing social agenda).
It’s nice when SPLC-certified hate groups are able to play nice with each other. It shows they don’t just hate willy-nilly, but rather can unite under the common cause of hating gays and SCOTUS nominees anywhere to the left of Genghis Khan.
Anyway, the whole report is at MassResistance’s website, and you can peruse it for yourself if you’re bored to tears or waiting for a dishwasher to be delivered or something, or if you want the Cliff Notes version, go to Peter’s site. Basically, they’re angry because Elena Kagan isn’t a bigot. That’s all you need to know. What’s funny, though, is that, though I understand that, naturally, hard right extremist hate group leaders aren’t likely to fall in love with a centrist Democrat’s pick for the Supreme Court, they don’t seem to understand democracy at all. Their side lost fair and square in the last election. Unless they pull a rabbit out of a hat (and abandon their hilarious belief that they need to run further to the right to beat Obama next time around), they will lose fair and square in the 2012 elections.
So, you know, deal with it. Obama gets to appoint justices to the Supreme Court, and neither of his picks so far have been all that radical. Actual progressives (as opposed to the caricatures of progressives that conservatives draw) wish he would name a real liberal to the court, but it hasn’t happened. If and when the Republicans take back the White House, that president will get to make SCOTUS appointments.