SotoMaybe's most Troubling Quote is not about race; it is about Abortion
Saturday, May 30, 2009 at 8:54 pm — admin
"I would hope that a wise WHITE woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a BLACK male who hasn't lived that life."
Hmmm, any problems with this statement?
Liberals castigated Hillary as a racist for implying that only whites were hard working Americans, but have no problem with SotoMaybe implying the Latina women are smarter than White males.
Yes, both can and should be argued in terms of context used: I get it! Hillary was saying that a specific group of swing voters preferred her at the ballot box over Obama and the Super Delegates should heed this fact. And Sotomayor was saying that a female minority has insights that white males don’t have into certain things. But………..
but…REALLY, let’s just be honest here:
IF YOU DON’T LIKE ONE COMMENT YOU SHOULDN’T LIKE THE OTHER.
But the LIBERALS are so intent on protecting their MALE leader’s lead pick they seem to overlook this major point. Both comments can or cannot be construed as racist, but “liberals” opted to find racism in the white woman’s comments and none in the Hispanic woman’s. Of course it is important to note that the Hispanic woman is not up for POTUS, she is “simply” filling a seat on a Court that is SAFELY 90% male.
As I’ve said in prior posts, SotoMaybe’s comment was unfortunate but is being overblown; we all feel our perspective is better than the other guys—ESPECIALLY if that perspective is male vs female.
I am thrilled to have a female Hispanic perspective on the Court IF she is FULLY pro-Choice: REMEMBER, This IS a BLUE PICK kids, this means I don’t want an Hispanic ANTI-choice perspective IF it is put there by a BLUE Potus! There can be no margin of error under a BLUE administration—woman just don’t get that many chances when it comes to Choice on THE Court—ESPECIALLY when Obama, with hisAGHMM… SOLID BLUE Congress won’t touch FOCA to codify Roe. v. Wade.
"I would hope that a wise Latina woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a white male who hasn't lived that life." ~Sotomayor
"I would hope that a wise WHITE woman with the richness of her experiences would more often than not reach a better conclusion than a BLACK male who hasn't lived that life."~ must be looked at with these two word sub's to understand why some are troubled by this. When this happens then...
Let’s fact it; the comment by Sotomaybe sucks, just as much as the 2nd comment would if anyone gunning for The Bench said it. BUT….
can’t we please FOCUS on THE PRIME ISSUE for this Court Appointment:
And then mull over this very worrisome quote of SotoMaybe’s:
Wake up folks and SMELL the Worry! SotoMayabe needs to be SotoFOR-Sure before FemiSex can endorse her.