April 14, 2009
Why Clarence Thomas Doesnít Ask Questions in Court

In case youíve always wanted a look inside Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomasís head, and who hasnít, take a look at this. Truly scary stuff. Brief sample:

ďIím sure there are other things that have happened,Ē he said, wrapping up his answer. ďSo I would have to say just off the top of my head the Fourteenth Amendment. And I bet you someoneís going to hear that and say, well, no, itís the dormant commerce clause or something.Ē

As to Thomasís strange obsession with dishwashers, I wonít have anything useful to say until I have a chance to consult with my son Matt. He is a psychiatrist.

Meanwhile, for more on the man George Herbert Walker Bush considered to be the best-qualified candidate for the Supreme Court in America, see The Pubic Hair Test.

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Posted by Jerome Doolittle at April 14, 2009 10:47 AM
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Correct me if I'm wrong, but I would think any psychiatrist would find these two "certifiably insane" just based on the public record. Thomas continues to make me physically ill when I hear or see him and Ashcroft, only when I remember him.

Posted by: knowdoubt on April 14, 2009 5:09 PM

Don't discount Thomas. He has spawned human monsters capable of great damage to our country. For example, John Yoo was his law clerk. Yoo has now been completely discredited and in my opinion, was one of the worst war criminals ever to inhabit our Justice Department. I wish Spanish prosecutors every success in seeing that he is brought to Justice.

Posted by: Buck on April 15, 2009 8:50 PM
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