In a concise and well thought out manner, Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions explains why he is voting not to confirm Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court. He sites cases and statements made by Sotomayor and her explanations in those cases. He points out that in the cases involving the rights of the individual under the Constitution Sotomayor gave very short explanations on why she felt the government should be able to violate those rights.
For those of you who are just going to come on here and say that he's a racist at least watch the video. You look like a fool spouting the old "racist" BS with no thought or proof to back it up. And quite frankly your accusations are now meqaningless as you have overused them. When true racism occurs everyone will just yawn.... ever read "The boy Who Cried Wolf"? It's amazing that you can't comprehend such a simple notion.
Jeff Sessions explains why he voted No for Sotomayor confirmation
Although my computer can't play back videoes, I can project his reasons; she was/is a high ranking member of the PR education organization. I went on their website and read a letter they had sent to the DOJ saying it was "discrimination" when authorities tried to identify illegal aliens. Other countries can enforce their immigration laws (including Mexico), why can't the US?
Posted by: Kenneth E. Pope on July 30, 2009 10:01 AM