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What an absolutely ridiculous thing to ask. You may have just broken the age old rule, that there are no stupid questions, only stupid answers.
originally posted by: muse7
Says a lot about our current state of affairs when a man who was deemed too racist in 1986 to become a federal judge that even Coretta Scott King wrote a letter admonishing him , is now on the verge of being confirmed as the Attorney General.
originally posted by: marg6043
a reply to: Abysha
You need to understand that the letter was a political opinion.
With that say it was to incited a response, Warren got what she was asking for, so she can now comeback and show how her freedom of speech is been taken away by a majority Republican congress.
If you can not see that then sorry.
On this day in 1902, Sen. John McLaurin (D-S.C.) accused the state’s senior senator, Ben Tillman, of “a willful, malicious and deliberate lie.” Standing nearby, Tillman spun around and punched McLaurin in the jaw. Fists flew. Members were stunned by this stunning breech of Senate decorum.
He made derogatory and racist comments that should have no place in our justice system,” she said. “To put Sen. Sessions in charge of the Department of Justice is an insult to African-Americans.” Warren quoted a 1986 speech from the late Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass.), who referred to Sessions as a “throwback to a shameful era” and a “disgrace” to the Justice Department.