Skip to comments.Sen. Klobuchar asks Kagan: Team Edward or Team Jacob?
Posted on 06/30/2010 3:36:23 PM PDT by WOBBLY BOB
"I keep wanting to ask you about the famous case of Edward versus Jacob... [but] I know you can't comment on future cases."
-- Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.), brazenly courting the Twi-hard vote, in her questioning of Elena Kagan at the confirmation hearing Wednesday. See the Klobuchar-Kagan video at 44.
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Klobuchar wants a leftwing activist SCOTUS to act as a legislative branch. She is a huge backer of Kagan.
Kagan declines to take sides on Klobuchar’s question about ‘Twilight’
...my blue hell.
I suspect she is on Team Bella.
I am so sick of hearing about those books; I might have to break down and get them to see what all the hype is about.
I believe she’s on team carpet muncher.
I would want my ideal Supreme Court nominee not to know what the hell Klobuchar is talking about.
Much more important question need to be asked, like "are your panties from Fredericks or Victoria Secrets"? Lipstick lesbians of the world want to know
Would Edward and Jacob sooner join “Team Elena” or “Team I’d sooner stick in a blender”?
Don’t bother.....they are cliched tripe of the worst order. I made it through the first one, barely, and read a few paragraphs of the second and asked myself why was I putting myself through this if I really wasn’t into it.
I suppose next we’ll learn if she’s a fan of Dafney or Wilma on Scooby Doo.
Yeah, the whole vampire thing has never interested me much. Perhaps I’ll pick up a copy of the first book. If I don’t like it, that’ll be it.
the Senator should have asked Bella or Victoria. (Rachelle Lefevre is so hot. Wait what were we talking about?)
Senator Ask Kagan About "Twilight" During Hearing!
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