Judging exclusively from the level of outrage generated by Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court, he should be a terrific thing for us. If Republicans aren’t spineless enough to keep his nomination from going through, many deranged leftists might assume that the fascist Federal Government is now so racist that it’s become illegitimate.
A bunch of these idiots might even make good on Michael Moore’s exhortation to place their “bodies on the line.” Whatever crazy mayhem they commit would really salt the Earth for the Democrats ahead of the midterms. When prominent politicians and celebrities make open calls to violence, it generally doesn’t presage anything good. Hopefully, it doesn’t get too out of hand.
For us here on the side of sanity, the outrage over his nomination should underscore the fact that at this late stage of Weimerica, laws and principles are wholly irrelevant. If a law decreed that 3 + 3 = 6, and a (((Judge))) deemed that somehow this equation protected the rights of White Americans or, even worse, preserved a White America, then it would be ruled unconstitutional. It’s always who, and never what. We comprehend that 100%, as do our enemies.
The only people who fail to perceive the obvious are “principled conservatives” whose impotency has failed to prevent the country from plunging into free fall. I’d invite them to put down that National Review article about why their wives should be allowed to date other men, and consider a recent Supreme Court ruling on Presidential Proclamation 9645, Trump’s ornamental Muslim travel ban. Although the court’s 5-4 decision upheld the ban, the “wise Latina” penned an illuminating dissenting opinion.
Justice Sonya Sotomayor opined that “History will not look kindly on the court’s misguided decision” because it was “turning a blind eye to the pain and suffering the Proclamation inflicts on countless families.” In an observation that demonstrates why she’s such a formidable expert on the Constitution, Sotomayor explained that “a reasonable observer would conclude that the Proclamation was motivated by anti-Muslim animus.”
The sheer inanity of citing the “the right side of history” or the emotions of some violent desert-dweller as grounds for nullifying the Constitution isn’t actually the salient issue. What principled conservatives fail to understand is that to a wise Latina, the Constitution doesn’t matter. She might as well cite a couple of recipes for fajitas — there’s nothing in that Gringo document of importance to her.
Latino Land stretches from the Rio Grande all the way down to Tierra del Fuego. It’s teeming with wise senoritas like Sotomayor. Although every inch is ostensibly covered by a constitution, disputes of that variety are resolved by whatever sum of money that you and a cop/judge/politician agree upon. If a financial settlement to the satisfaction of both parties cannot be reached, then it’s on to bullets.
Latinos don’t burden themselves with Gringo ideologies. We’re not the same, so we don’t think the same. Moreover, our irritating principles could hinder with their favorite amusements, like getting hammered before driving or raping a family member. If they allowed themselves to be impeded by our principles, how could they head north to siphon our tax dollars?
The point here is that if power is held by people not like us who do not like us, then the principles and mechanisms by which they exercise that power against us are immaterial. All that matters is that they are in control and we are not. Therefore, they can simply do what they want to our detriment. We’ve watched the process for over 50 years. Get a clue. Working up some autistic frustration about a document our forebears wrote will get you nowhere. It’s irritating to watch conservatives constantly whine about that sort of nonsense, but they never seem to tire of it. If you’re still reading conservative press, expect lots of articles about constitutional principles that never mention race in the coming weeks.