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Justice Hillary Clinton?

Sen. Hatch (R-UT) says he’s heard the Hilldawg’s name bandied about as a possible replacement for liberal SCOTUS Justice Stevens, who is retiring a decade short of the century mark of life.  How Hatch has any insider info on B.O.’s thinking, I dunno.  Story here.

Anywho, this may stun you fine folks, but I think I might support the choice.  Before you think I’ve been hitting the bong, please hear me out.

First of all, ObaMao isn’t going to pick a conservative or a centrist.  Period.  Secondly, the ideological makeup wouldn’t change, as you’re replacing a leftist with a leftist.

No, I think our gain would be to get this disaster out of the State Department.  She’s alienated our allies and has bungled so many foreign policy moves that it’s not even funny.  While I know that Oprompter would replace her with another leftist hack, his stock is badly damaged now, compared to when he was first sworn in.  The GOP could now mount an offense against whatever Marxist surrender-happy meat stick B.O. picks.

Additionally, there are those who think that B.O. will be so badly damaged in 2012 that either he won’t run or he’ll get a primary challenge, either of which would open the door for Her Highness.  She’d be better on the Court and not in the Oval Office.

Obviously, this is not a warm, enthusiastic endorsement for Shrillary.  It’s a backhanded “How can we be screwed the least?” endorsement.

What sayeth the commenters? 😀

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April 12, 2010 - Posted by | Hillary, Obama, Supreme Court

5 Comments »

  1. I agree with you. I’ve been listening to some of my liberal co-workers,who despise the current Liar-in-Chief, and they’re saying they think a primary challenge might go up in 2012. This way Yobamamama could appoint her to SCOTUS and have one less foe to worry about.

    Comment by tnjack | April 12, 2010

  2. I see your point, but it scares the heck out of me to think of her being on the SCOTUS. At least as President, she’s gone after 4 or 8 years – SCOTUS is for LIFE. Plus, if we take back the House and Senate, she’ll be limited in what she can do as President. SCOTUS has no accountability and although she looks it, Hilldawg isn’t all that old by SCOTUS standards.

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | April 12, 2010

  3. Agreed, KG, but would any BO appointee be any better? I’ve seen his shortlist, and it’s a virtual Who’s Who in Marxism. Not that Her Highness is much better in terms of ideology, but we’re gonna get a leftist replacing a leftist one way or the other.

    I’m not thrilled with a Justice Shrillary, but I wouldn’t totally puke. Just dry heave! 😆

    Comment by crushliberalism | April 12, 2010

  4. I heard this morning that Janet Incompetano is on the short list. Sort of makes Hilldawg a little more palatable…
    Everyone get out the vomit bags…

    Comment by Kanaka Girl | April 13, 2010

  5. I just hope that the conservatives in Congress give the Nobama appointee as much support as Congress did Bush’s appointees.

    Comment by tnjack | April 14, 2010


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