The Audacity of Hypocrisy

By: ITookTheRedPill

I remain distressed that the White House during this confirmation process, which overall went smoothly, failed to provide critical documents as part of the record that could have provided us with a better basis to make our judgment with respect to the nomination. This White House continues to stymie efforts on the part of the Senate to do its job. I hope with the next nominee who comes up for the Supreme Court that the White House recognizes that in fact it is its duty not just to the Senate but to the American people to make sure we can thoroughly and adequately evaluate the record of every single nominee who comes before us.

Who said that?

Barack Hussein Obama

But that was so 2005!

Hypocrisy:
feigned high principles: the false claim to or pretense of having admirable principles, beliefs, or feelings

It’s now 2010, and Democrat[ic Socialist]s are in control.  Forget that Obama complained “the White House … failed to provide critical documents”.   Forget that the Democrats, when in the minority, successfully filibustered Miguel Estrada when the Bush administration refused to release internal solicitor general memoranda that the administration claimed were privileged.

No independent party has reviewed the withheld documents to examine the validity of the privileges being asserted by the Clinton Library. So we are just supposed to trust that they are being withheld based on a real privilege and not because they are embarrassing to Kagan or reveal something that could jeopardize her confirmation.

The Audacity of False Hope.

The Audacity of Hypocrisy.

And one of the interesting things that’s happened over the last 18 months as president is for some reason, people keep on being surprised when I do what I said I was going to do. So I say I’m going to reform our health care system and people think, well, gosh, that’s not smart politics, maybe we should hold off. Or I say, we’re going to move forward on don’t ask, don’t tell, and somehow people say, well, why are you doing that, I’m not sure that’s good politics.

I’m doing it because I said I was going to do it. And I think it’s the right thing to do. And people should learn that lesson about me, because next year when I start presenting some very difficult choices to the country, I hope some of these folks who are hollering about deficits and debt step up, because I’m calling their bluff. And we’ll see how much of that — how much of the political arguments they’re making right now are real, and how much of it was just politics.

We’re calling your bluff, Barry, Mr. Usurper-in-Chief.

Say, speaking of “failed to provide critical documents as part of the record”… where’s that long form birth certificate?  If it doesn’t exist, then the Obama “birth narrative” is fraudulent.

UPDATE:

Not only has the Obama administration “during this confirmation process… failed to provide critical documents as part of the record that could have provided us with a better basis to make our judgment with respect to the nomination”, it appears that the Obama administration actively interfered with a journalists attempt to gather information that could have provided us with a better basis to make our judgment with respect to the nomination!

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14 responses to “The Audacity of Hypocrisy

  1. can’t wait for november!

    tinyurl.com/gadsden-shirt

  2. Rosemary Woodhouse

    It absolutely disgusts me that she will be confirmed…and there is no doubt that the Communists have enough votes to do so (I shall no longer refer to them as Democrats. Let’s call a spade a spade, shall we?)

    Perhaps, everything his poseur has done shall be overturned.

    • I can’t fathom that a person will be confirmed to the highest court in the land and has never been a judge. She, like Obama, has no experience to be a judge. So she will have power to rule on laws that affect all of us and will get on the job training. This is an afront to all highly qualified judges who could be nominated. This shows the lack of respect for the country by her and by those that support her. If she had real integrity, and honesty, she would say she was honored but would refuse the nomination. My concern is that she will be a mole for the Marxists if she accepts and is confirmed.

  3. Here are some critical documents as part of the record that could provide us with a better basis to make our judgment with respect to the nomination…

    Obama File 105 “A Pattern of Socialist Associations” – Obama’s Supreme Court Nominee, Elena Kagan
    (the Early Years)

  4. Rosemary Woodhouse

    Yes, I read that earlier in the day. Trevor’s blog is another must read.

    DSOC (Democratic Socialist Organization Committee) of the 80s would have shown more truth in the acronym by referring to themselves as Disenfranchised Social Outcast Club.

  5. Renee, Bridge, News etc
    Have you looked into her brother at all? I believe that he was a professor at some school in the NE…
    I remember they were trying to keep him out of the news…..must be a reason

  6. AOne // July 1, 2010 at 12:28 pm | Reply

    Renee, Bridge, News etc
    Have you looked into her brother at all? I believe that he was a professor at some school in the NE…
    I remember they were trying to keep him out of the news…..must be a reason

    Got milk ? Got shovels ? Lets go..

  7. What’s the milk for?

    • So you can have a mustache of milk like in the “Got milk ? ” commercial and look strong and healthy while digging with said shovel !

      Got milk ?

    • The media was blocked from interviewing Elena’s family by the WH. What don’t they want people to know? Irving teaches constitutional law…I wonder if he thinks it is a flawed document like pres. X. The family has Russian roots…interesting considering the Russian spies.

      The NY Times puff piece.

      The Kagan Family: Left-Leaning and Outspoken
      June 17, 2010 Snips

      Photo – Clockwise from top left; Elena Kagan’s younger brother, Irving, in the yearbook of Hunter College High School, where he teaches, and in the Yale yearbook; and her older brother, Marc, a teacher at Bronx High School of Science, at a protest and in the Yale yearbook.

      The three Kagan children came of age during the social and political ferment of the 1970s, when community groups were absorbing the lessons of the civil rights and antiwar movements…

      [Father] ROBERT KAGAN, son of a Russian Jewish immigrant who manufactured and sold hats and clothing in New York, worked for several years in corporate and tax law. He then formed a firm with Bill J. Lubic, an old classmate from Lafayette High School in Bensonhurst, Brooklyn, who, like Robert and Gloria Kagan, lived in Stuyvesant Town.

      [Mother] Like Elena, Gloria Kagan demonstrated a fierce intellect from an early age. The daughter of Russian Jewish immigrants, she graduated at 16 from Philadelphia High School for Girls…

      http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/20/nyregion/20kagans.html

  8. The other brother Mark had some ties to the Unions….maybe this has some legs

  9. Kagan’s brother, Marc, who was a transit worker and union reformer in Transport Workers Local 100. Marc Kagan was one of former Local 100 leader Roger Toussaint’s top aides until the two had a falling out in 2003
    http://blogs.villagevoice.com/runninscared/archives/2010/05/elena_kagan_and.php

  10. “………a blown-up picture in the hall, of transit workers marching in protest across the Brooklyn Bridge. There, behind the head of the march, was Mr. Kagan. He has a slight beard, but the resemblance is quickly seen.

    On the wall behind Mr. Schwartz, a handwritten sign reads, “Important Dates Leading to Contract 2006,” as if everyone were too busy to have taken it down over the last four years. Those dates were important indeed, following the three-day transit strike of December 2005 that left New Yorkers tramping and hitchhiking and griping their way to work just before Christmas. ”

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/06/30/nyregion/30elenanyc.html?_r=1&ref=organized_labor

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