If it is not resoundingly clear by now, the republican vice-presidential canditate is out of her league. She’s probably smart enough to learn the answers to a lot of questions, and capable of absorbing concepts and ideas. But, it is obvious that she is just out of her league at this point in time. She could not point to any Supreme Court cases she disagreed with when asked by Katie Couric . . . none. And if she were to assume the presidency in the next four years (no offense, John, and not wishing you any early demise), she would be in a position to appoint at least three justices. Freakin’ scary.
So, why not ask the same question to Mr. Obama, a Harvard educated, law professor, and . . . wait for it . . . black man. I bet he would have some seriously fantastic analysis of the Supreme Court and its decisions. So, the bLAWgger will be hard at work trying to play presidential candidate, and pretend to be as half as smart as Senator Obama, and will attempt to answer the question as he might, given his background and education.
If any of you have any input, e-mail the bLAWgger at firstname.lastname@example.org. I would be honored if Mr. O would chime in himself!
Meanwhile, be sure to register to vote. Think about it: wouldn’t we be better off having that Harvard educated law professor picking our next several Supreme Court justices? Resoundingly, YES!