Tuesday, May 26, 2009

The Punishment of White Males for Perceived Past Wrongs Continues

by Janet Crain
Where does the MSM get the idea that no white male exists that has a compelling life story? That every white male was born with a silver spoon in his mouth? This is racism. What is racism? Judging people by their race. What is genderism? Judging people by their gender. They are all wrong and demeaning to human achievement.


Couric and Schieffer Gush Over Sotomayor's 'Very, Very Compelling' Bio

Moments after President Obama announced his pick of Judge Sonia Sotomayor for the Supreme Court, CBS’s Bob Schieffer and Katie Couric enthused over what Couric called Sotomayor’s “very, very compelling life story,” with Schieffer cheering that she was “the political advisor’s dream candidate.”

“This woman has a life story that you couldn’t make up!” Schieffer exulted: “She’s born in the public projects, in the shadow of Yankee stadium, a single parent household, she goes to a Catholic school, she gets scholarships to the best schools in the country, Princeton and Yale, she overcomes all that while dealing with diabetes all her life, and she is Hispanic. This will be a historic pick.”

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1 comment:

keyboard.jockey said...

Laura makes many good points, Clarence Thomas's personal story was not of any concern to the Democrats who grilled him...maybe filleted him is the right description.

Laura Ingraham this morning on Imus in the Morning weighing in on Sotomayer.

She (Sotomayer) has the right probably political out look for them, and so her personal story is going to be highlighted, and sold, and resold, and retold, and she is going to be an inspiration to Latinas and Latinos. And yet Justice Thomas, and Justice Miguel Estrada, weren’t any such inspiration so they were fair game for ridicule and disparagement.