Skip to comments.Kennedy, Byrd, Kerry, and McClellan on the Alito Nomination
Posted on 01/29/2006 8:28:01 AM PST by NapkinUser
Senator Ted Kennedy blogged as follows today:
The right wing is salivating over the prospect of Justice Alito on the Supreme Court, and the Republican majority in the Senate intends to rubber-stamp the nomination. The only realistic way to stop this nightmare is to stand up using tool [sic] we have .The Senate Judiciary Committee hearings confirmed our worst fears, and we have to take the strongest possible stand against . this shameful nomination .I will not be able to stay in front of the computer, as I have quite a bit to take care of today.
If you can stay in front of the computer, check out a video of Senator Robert Byrd discussing those Senate Judiciary Committee hearings that Senator Kennedy mentioned (Byrds full written statement is here).
Most of the country will NUKE this lame party if it attempts this disgraceful tactic...
Ted is out having a scotch and soda.
His "aide" is the one who blogged.
It's good to see guys like Fat Ted (did I remember to mention that he killed a girl?) forced to play to the most ridiculous and silly segment of the Democratic party. I can almost hear him singing "Abortion Uber Alles".
Splash is right about one thing...I, a card carrying member of the VRWC, am salivating over getting Alito confirmed....
Please "photo shop" that thing. We Southerners don't like the idea of Ted drinking our good Jack Daniels. Besides the Kennedy drug of choice is Scotch.
There,that makes the statement fit with the facts.
I think Teddy probably will toss back anything above the grade of mouthwash that he can get his fat, little, piss-stained fingers around.
Byrd's process is called checking the polls. The guy is in in danger of being voted out in the next election.
Disclaimer: Opinions posted on Free Republic are those of the individual posters and do not necessarily represent the opinion of Free Republic or its management. All materials posted herein are protected by copyright law and the exemption for fair use of copyrighted works.