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Honoring Judge Robert H. Bork

Robert1824 Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 8:15 PM
Robert Bork was no saint . He was a homophobe and opposed to reproductive rights for women, and a real ideologue . He was wrong for the supreme court and was deservedly rejected . The late Edward Kennedy may have exaggerated his claims about Bork, but basically he was right on target . Kennedy, whatever his undeniable faults, was a very great American .
rhough Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 10:41 PM
No saint? Did he leave a woman in the pond after a night of drinking and probably not remembering like the venerable Kennedy? Did he come from a prohibition-bootlegging/mafia connected family like Kennedy? Did his ambassador dad help delay US involvement in helping our British allies as Hitler was bombing England? Didn't think so! Of course lending comfort/aid to perversion and abandoning the voices of the un-born is an American -Kennedy type of unfamiliar 'patriotism' of which Bork would have no part of. He is no more of an ideologue of his ilk than you or Kennedy of yours. Kennedy's exaggerations are another type of smear tactic of those who have no substance to offer for the good of mankind. Your regurgitation fits perfectly!
Robert1824 Wrote: Dec 19, 2012 11:14 PM
Te dkenedy was not to blame for any wrongdoings his father may have done .
But let's face it; Bork would have had a very malign influence on the supreme court if he had been approved .

In October 2010, the Alliance Defending Freedom was privileged to recognize Judge Robert H. Bork with the “Edwin Meese III Award for Originalism and Religious Liberty.” At that time, we described him as, “one of the greatest legal minds in American history, and a person who has made an indelible impact on our nation, on its legal culture, and on the minds and hearts of many of its finest judges, law professors, students, and attorneys.”

Writing today, December 19, 2012, the day on which news reports tell us Judge Bork has died, we not only echo the words spoken about him...