New Roberts Memo: The Gun That Didn't Smoke
Why the latest furor about Roberts? It's this quote from a memo written during his days in the Reagan administration:
Some might quesiton whether encouraging homemakers to become lawyers contributes to the common good, but I suppose that is for the judges to decide
For this, Talk Left says, "Judge Roberts presumably rubbed sticks together to start a fire in his cave before using a dinosaur bone to scrawl these words on the wall"
Uh, okay guys. Apparently there's a whole category of moonbats that a) have never heard of lawyer jokes and b) can't imagine the someone might be of the honest opinion that homemakers are more valuable to society than lawyers.
I assume that Roberts was joking, as in "who in the world thinks it's a good idea to have more lawyers!". But assuming he was serious, I again ask, what's the big deal?
I secretly think it's kind of hilarious that the moonbat faction's reaction to this quote immediately showed that a) they have no sense of humor and that b) their knee jerk reaction was that being a homemaker was a bad thing.
Posted by at August 19, 2005 02:45 PM
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|# August 19th, 2005 6:47 PM TheUnabrewer|
|And the hilarity keeps on giving in the comments. |
|# August 20th, 2005 1:24 AM Laura|
|The gun may not be smoking, but the moonbats certainly must be; what my Grampy used to call "them left handed cigarettes." |