Wednesday, October 20, 2010

I'm Just Sayin...

Justice Thomas' Wife Seeks Anita Hill Apology

"...In a transcript of the message provided by ABC News, which said it listened to the recording, Thomas identified herself and then said, "I just wanted to reach across the airwaves and the years and ask you to consider something. I would love you to consider an apology sometime and some full explanation of why you did what you did with my husband. So give it some thought and certainly pray about this and come to understand why you did what you did. OK, have a good day," Thomas said.

"I certainly thought the call was inappropriate," Hill..."

...I read the article because I am still shocked by what happened to Clarence Thomas. Not at the hearings, but since. Not every time, but a high percentage, of the time you hear his name - you hear her name. He will forever be linked to what they did. Shouldn't be surprised, look what they did to Robert Bork. Don't know him? That's what they did to him.

...not to mention that the left still accuses him of being stupid, not worthy of the court. If its not because of his views, its because he doesn't ask questions during arguments. My question to them, how do judges that hear cases before the appellate level render decisions - they rarely ask questions?

...when I read the article about Thomas's wife calling Hill, I thought why would she call her? Do they have mutual friends? Has there been some indication this was a good idea? I understand the wanting to reach out to mend fences - but don't leave a message, wait to talk to her. Only worse could have been texting her..."Wassup, u say sorry = we good." I'm just sayin...

Oh I was right...

"...When Hill heard the voicemail, she contacted Brandeis' public safety office, which in turn informed the FBI..."

Hmmm, somebody called and left that message. She called the police! The FBI was called!

Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

If I was a Special Agent of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and I got that call. I would have listened to the message and said, "M'am, this is incredible...I think you should apologize."

...Oh, yah, and the military is hiring gays. Camo is sooo done.


Josiah said...

On the subject of G.I. Ellen, doesn't that seem like a minor conflict of interest? Isn't the whole gay agenda also anti-war? 'Accept Everybody,' and 'Equality for Everyone' don't seem like slogans you would carve into your assault rifle.

Race Bannon said...

Ask your friends that were in the military, officers are still not allowed to fraternize with enlisted. An officer could go to prison for having a certain relationship with an enlisted person. You could be charged with a crime, for playing basketball with them, and referring to them by their nickname, "hey t-bone, I'm open. Hey t-bone, nice shot." Say it enough, say it in the 'wrong way' - its a crime. The military is different - FOR A REASON.