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Heh: Justice Clarence Thomas Breaks Courtroom Silence, Transcript Doesn't Understand Him

YESWECAN Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 10:19 PM
God bless Judge Clarence Thomas. A good judge and a good man.
jnovak692 Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 10:40 PM
Everyone should go to cnn and read how the liberals are foaming at the mouth over Justice Thomas. Talk about hate,racist it's unbelieveable!!!LOL
NewJAl Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 10:48 PM
The World, as Liberals have constructed it, and are comfortable in, is attacked by people like Thomas. A genuine threat to the status quo and the comfortable dialogue. Threatened people always strike out. Imagine a black person saying Liberals are not helping his race?
More than they can bear. True, however. All they have gotten from Obama is cell phones and promises he cannot deliver unless he discriminates for one demographic over another. If he does that, and he does, he has breached his oath of office. He, against all that is
American, picks winners and losers.
Carl469 Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 12:24 AM
Nobody really cares about Thomas race anymore. Frankly, I think he was an affirmative action hire. If someone were white with that thin of a reusme, he never would have been nominated. He's a black "trophy" for the Right. He's been an okay justice -- good on affirmative action (he's against it), passable on civil liberties -- but he's nothing special.
accept reality Wrote: Jan 15, 2013 12:18 PM

Are you talking about Thomas or Obama as a good affirmative action hire?

Justice Clarence Thomas is known for his stalwart silence during Supreme Court hearings, but today, for the first time in seven years, he broke his silence -- and the transcript didn't even fully understand what he said. What's more, it appears he made a joke, but the official record doesn't contain the full sentence. The New York Times reports on the humorous moment in court, and the recordkeeping mix-up:

The justices were considering the qualifications of a death penalty defense lawyer in Louisiana, and Justice Antonin Scalia noted that she had graduated from Yale Law School, which...