My, she looks just like Obama. Both are unqualified, anti-military, anti-Christian, and, of course, radical liberals. When Obama decided to choose Elena Kagan to replace John Paul Stevens for the Supreme Court, he apparently went after a philosophical look-alike, and he found one in Elena Kagan.
Have you heard? She's gay. The American Pravda is rather silent regarding her sexual orientation. Good ole President Obama. He seems to get his kicks out of antagonizing Christians. Or is it God who Obama is eager to defy? How dare our Creator be God, when Obama so desperately wants that position.
Read about Obama's unqualified nominee, via Big Government:
Kagan: THIS Harriet Miers Will Get Confirmed
by Monica Crowley
"In 2005, Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor announced her retirement.
President Bush (with the oh-so-'helpful' suggestion from Democrat Harry
Reid) then named White House Counsel Harriet Miers as his choice to replace
A firestorm erupted. Critics on the right and left complained that she had
never served as a judge, had no judicial experience or paper trail from
which to gauge her judicial philosophy and temperament, and that she was
named strictly because she was a woman.
Her nomination did not survive the withering criticism, and she withdrew, to
be ultimately replaced by Samuel Alito.
Fast forward to today. President Obama has just nominated Elena Kagan, the
current Solicitor General, to replace John Paul Stevens on the Court. In
many ways, Kagan mirrors Miers: a female legal eagle with no judicial
experience, paper trail, or known guiding legal philosophy.
Miers’s nomination went down because fellow conservatives criticized those
things. Don’t expect Kagan’s fellow liberals to attack her on the same
basis. Conservatives were intellectually honest about what they saw as
gaping holes in Miers’s qualifications. I guarantee that liberals will not
openly question the same voids in Kagan’s experience. Conservatives raised
legitimate issues about Miers; liberals will circle the wagons on Kagan.
Miers bit the dust, and she probably deserved to. Kagan will not bite the
dust, although she probably deserves to as well."