Better dead than red...

In homage to her political roots developed in her formative years in Russia Coulter not only dates herself as a really old fart, but offers up this scathing opinion of Roberts:
Welcome to AnnCoulter.com:
"Since the announcement, court-watchers have been like the old Kremlinologists from Soviet days looking for clues as to what kind of justice Roberts will be. "

Coulter went on to discuss the possibility that Roberts would have to:

"perform an abortion during his confirmation hearing, live, on camera, and preferably a partial-birth one."

In my quest to carry a more balanced view of political pundits from the vast GOP spectrum of RED I would be remiss to skip over Rush's view on the candidate:
Rush transcript:
"The Democrats are having a tough time, and they are going to have an impossible time, to oppose the man on anything having to do with any kind of substance."

While we question Oxy-Rush about issues of substance we had no idea that this is an issue we should take up with Roberts?

"But I think what they are going to do, as I said last night, what they are going to do is try to derail the guy at the hearings on the basis of, "He won't answer our questions,""

Well Rush... Does he do drugs like you?
"We don't have much on record of Judge Roberts."

So Rush finally admits that Roberts has a record. OK.... At least we no longer need to clear that up.

Hannity, not wanting to be outdone by his RED friends in demonstrating that "up is down and black is white", had this comment about Roberts on "Hannity and Colmes":
Hannity Transcript:
"Liberals seem convinced that Roberts abortion — seems anti- abortion to them"

My only questions here are:
Was he on drugs when the abortion occured and does his wife know about this particular abortion? If she does not know, than: How much drugs was she on when the abortion happened?

No comments: