WASHINGTON -- After a monthslong blockade, Senate Republicans have agreed to let at least 19 of President Barack Obama's non-controversial judicial nominees win confirmation in the waning days of the congressional session in exchange for a commitment by Democrats not to seek votes on four others, according to officials familiar with the deal.
Among the four is Goodwin Liu, a law school dean seen as a potential future Supreme Court pick, whose current nomination to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in San Francisco has sparked strong criticism from Republicans.
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Yellow Supremist Defeated
Gordon Liu, an Asian supremist and hater of white people, as well as a Red who considers the law just another battleground in the war on freedom and white people, has gone down to defeat.
Another reason to end immigration.