“Kagan Recusal Possible, PLUS American shirts Banned, Mexican shirts allowed.”
posted at 8:33 pm on November 15, 2011 by Kevin McCullough
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So if Obamacare hits SCOTUS, which we now know it will in the spring, shouldn’t any justice who has previously advocated for or against the legislation be forced to recuse themselves? Well I do too. But the question is WILL Elana Kagan do what has been expected of Supreme Court Justices? firstname.lastname@example.org
2. THE PRACTICAL DILEMMA:
So an American judge, in an American court, has banned American students from wearing pro-American garb, while insisting that a school district be allowed to honor a foreign fake holiday, and allowing students to wear pro-Another-Country-Other-Than-America garb. Confused? You’re not the only one. Your replies: email@example.com.
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