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June 28, 2010

Elena Kagan Explains Why It's Okay to Ban Books

Posted by Dave Blount at June 28, 2010 6:21 PM

According to Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan, laws banning books pose no First Amendment problems, because they might not be enforced:

In the Age of Hopey Change, this authoritarian apparatchik passes for a Constitutional scholar.

We just saw the crucial Second Amendment saved from being effectively repealed by a single vote. If Comrade Obama gets Kagan on the Court and then one more moonbat from the same mold, he can consider America to have been "fundamentally transformed" into something other than America.

Via On tips from Milton and J.