Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Sotomayor banned for life from Supreme Court


[Dissociated Press] In a move that has shocked the legal community, Associate Justice Sonya Sotomayor was banned for life from the Supreme Court because of racist comments.

Chief Justice John Roberts made the announcement to journalists at a noon press conference today.

Roberts, speaking with a trembling voice, told the shocked journalists that in light of the recent banning from basketball of the owner of the Los Angeles Clippers for private racist statements, he had no choice but to ban Sotomayor from the court.

"After all", Roberts said, "the Clippers owner merely made private racist comments and had no history of racist actions that would affect the public. Justice Sotomayor, on the other hand, is a Supreme Court justice who has made explicit racist rulings and has actually asserted publicly several years ago that her wise Latina racial origins and sex chromosomes rendered her better able to make judicial decisions than people who lack her race or sex."

"Furthermore", Roberts noted, "Sotomayor's recent racist ruling on the Michigan Affirmative Action case explicitly asserted that the law should discriminate for and against millions of college applicants simply on the basis of their race. She attributed collective guilt to millions of innocent people based solely on their race, and has ruled that the law demands that legal favors and disfavors be apportioned on the basis of race. It doesn't get any more racist than that."

In related news, courts, legislatures, and universities across the nation are moving to ban Affirmative Action-supporting racists who demand that the law promote racism, in violation of the Fifth and Fourteenth Amendments and the Civil Rights Act.

"Our law, like our sports teams, should be colorblind." Roberts said. "We need to ban racism in our legislatures, our universities, and our Supreme Court, just as much as we need to ban racism on our basketball court."

21 comments:

  1. Citizen Boggs, Committee of General SecurityApril 30, 2014 at 7:04 AM

    Here's "Reverend" Al Sharpton's commentary on the issue...

    I think he nailed it.

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  2. Shouldn't there be affirmative action for the NBA? I mean at least 70% of the players are black, so isn't that unfair for white people?

    That the NBA commissioner would ban Sotomayor for life from the NBA due to things he said in private -- which bears zero effect on the public -- exhibits communist-progressive thought crime punishment. Clearly they're attempting to set a precedent which they hope to apply to greater society...

    Meanwhile, Jay-Z wears a Five-Percent Nation medallion, which symbolizes a Muslim supremacy group which believes that us whites are wicked, weak and inferior. Recently he had a VIP party where no whites were allowed, and yet not only is this man allowed to attend and partially own an NBA team but is lauded by the MSM. You could run down a laundry list of all sorts of racist and derogatory comments and actions committed by various black NBA players, commentators and media personalities, yet because of who they are, they'll never be punished. I hope all those people who sought retribution and are now applauding the commissioner's decision are as pure as snow, that they never made a single comment in privacy that they'd rather not have people know about. What did Jesus say? "Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy." Their actions can only be described as unmerciful, vengeful and anti-American to the core.

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    1. I can't believe I typed Sotomayer in place of Sterling. ;P

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  3. Let me guess: the racist Mr. Sterling is a Republican.

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    1. Commissar Boggs, Ministry of TruthApril 30, 2014 at 7:51 AM

      Sterling donated a combined of $4,000 to Democratic Sens. Bill Bradley of New Jersey and Patrick Leahy of Vermont as well as then-State Controller Gray Davis of California in the late 1980s and early 1990s, according to a database on OpenSecrets.
      --- Politico

      Follow the money.

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    2. Yes he’s a registered Republican, but even if he were a registered Democrat, it would be more than fair to say he agrees with the Republicans on issues of race.

      -KW

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    3. Commissar Boggs, Ministry of TruthApril 30, 2014 at 8:10 AM

      Republican Democrat party donor... Yeah! Sure! Same logic as white Hispanic, right? I hear Sterling's hooker was a white black Latina. Did you know President Jeebus is a black white, and former President Clintoon is a white black?

      You funny.

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    4. Commissar Boggs, Ministry of TruthApril 30, 2014 at 8:16 AM

      Sorry. "White Hispanic" was incomplete. It should have been white Hispanic black.

      There. Got it.

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    5. Apparently, Sterling is a registered Republican.

      What's that smell? It's the Sturmbahnfuehrer's pants on fire.

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    6. And if I register as a Democrat, what effect would it have if I gave financial support to Republicans? Actions speak louder than words.

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    7. Commissar Boggs, Ministry of TruthApril 30, 2014 at 10:33 AM

      Troi kant reed...

      Sterling donated a combined of $4,000 to Democratic Sens. Bill Bradley of New Jersey and Patrick Leahy of Vermont as well as then-State Controller Gray Davis of California in the late 1980s and early 1990s, according to a database on OpenSecrets.
      --- Politico

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    8. Seriously, does anybody here think Sterling voted for Obama? It really is pathetic how conservatives jumped on a couple of modest contributions made well over a decade ago to proclaim they found the mythical racist Democrat. I doubt finding the Holy Grail would cause as much excitement as those contributions did.

      -KW

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    9. Don't know whether he voted for Obama, but he contributed to Romney's campaign. (http://www.campaignmoney.com/political/contributions/donald-sterling.asp?cycle=12)

      Frankly, I think the whole "Gotcha" game is juvenile and meaningless. If you're trying to imply guilt by association, you're using idiot asshole tactics and should try arguing against the merits of your opponents' political ideas as such.

      JH

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    10. Commissar Boggs, Ministry of TruthApril 30, 2014 at 2:20 PM

      JH, wrong Sterling. That fella's retired and lives in Georgetown TX.

      But you're right about the "gotcha" game. ;-)

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    11. Oh please Boggs, all your “arguments” can be reduced to “I know you are but what am I?” and “you’re a poopy head”.

      -KW

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    12. Commissar Boggs, Ministry of TruthApril 30, 2014 at 4:21 PM

      What arguments? I haven't "argued" anything. Merely stated a few facts... Democrat donor, white Hispanic, etc. Those are facts on the public record, Popeye.

      Nope. No "arguments" at all.

      And you are a poopy head. :-)

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    13. Ha! I feel like an idiot. Looks like we are all poopy heads.

      JH

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  4. I almost feel sorry for Egnor, lashing out as he is against any black or brown target he can find, playing the moral equivalency card in defense of the blatant and ugly racism. It’s sad, pathetic, and racist.

    -KW

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    1. Commissar Boggs, Ministry of TruthApril 30, 2014 at 8:17 AM

      I feel sorry for you, Popeye, having to keep all this shit straight. Sorry... strait.

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  5. Commissar Boggs, Ministry of TruthApril 30, 2014 at 10:45 AM

    More racism:

    EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy recently gave a speech to the [ahem] Hip-Hop Caucus, a 501 (c)(4) group that somehow escaped the notice of the IRS. In this speech, McCarthy accuses pollution of being racist:

    Pollution is holding back millions of African Americans fighting for middle class security.

    Join the fight! Pollution causes racism!

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    1. Senile old fart,

      So polluting industries aren't put in low income areas? You'd be quite happy to have, for example, a cement factory next door?

      I suppose you agree with Egnor that putting abortion clinics in poor areas is racism? In which case, why wouldn't putting polluting industries in poor areas not be considered racism?

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