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Slouching From Gomorrah: Remembering Robert Bork

Cartwright Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 8:27 PM
The Left's smear campaign against Bork in the 80's was much like the Obama campaign's 2012 character assassination of Mitt Romney. Their MO is to dig and dig for dirt, and if they don't find any, they make stuff up. With the help of their lapdog media, they sow the seeds of doubt into enough weak minds, and voila! Victory! As everyone knows, digging up, and then publishing, real dirt on his two opponents running for the U.S. Senate in Illinois was how Barack Obama became a U.S. Senator in the first place. At any rate, seeing anything about Judge Bork always reminds me what a lying, hypocritical scoundrel Kennedy was. But I have no doubt that these days Bork is in a much higher place than Kennedy is.
Jerome41 Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 10:55 PM
The left just reported what Bork said and wrote. There was nothing they stated that wasn't accurately reflected in the positions, stated or written, of Bork. In fact, they probably were too kind and nice in their criticisms.
Kirk Mac Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 11:10 PM
Please name the case law please, or your a liar.
Kirk Mac Wrote: Jan 03, 2013 11:11 PM
or some other essay of his. I would like to read it.
Cookie35 Wrote: Jan 04, 2013 2:44 PM
I suppose you adore Ruth Loser Ginsburg who thinks the Constitiution she swore to protect should be thrown out? How do liberals learn to think 180 degrees the wrong way?

It has been a couple of weeks since the death of Robert Bork, which occurred shortly before Christmas and didn’t really get the news coverage that Bork merited.

Bork died at age 85. In 1987, he became a national headline when President Ronald Reagan nominated him to the Supreme Court. He was a judicial conservative, a “strict constructionist.” He warned about the road America was embarking upon in neglecting its Constitutional principles, and saw doom and gloom ahead. He was grimly pessimistic about America generally, dreading modern liberalism’s grip on the nation. Liberalism, Bork insisted,...