Alito is impeachable

Now, why can’t the Democrats build a broad-based support movement against Alito? His association with the Federalist Society should provide enough ammunition to take him down. The Federalist Society tries to cast itself in a favorable and rational light by its statement of purpose: to foster debate. What it actually does is inject right-wing propaganda instead of facts and analysis into civic discourse.

“And Judge Alito is superbly qualified. His record on the bench is that of a thoughtful conservative, not a raging ideologue. He pays careful attention to the record and doesn’t reach for the political outcomes he desires. His colleagues of all stripes speak highly of him. His integrity, notwithstanding efforts to smear him, remains unimpeached.”

The Washington Post is missing the point here. Alito, ascended to the Supreme Court, would be the SIXTH Justice with ties to the Federalist Society, a thoroughly impeachable organization. Members of the Federalist Society and the College Republicans, a feeder organization, celebrate deception and dissimulation as the proper way to influence people to adopt their political views.

See my articles here, Alito’s Shady Associations and the linked article, Dirty Tricksters, the Federalists and Young Republicans.

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3 Responses to Alito is impeachable

  1. You wrote: Members of the Federalist Society and the College Republicans, a feeder organization, celebrate deception and dissimulation as the proper way to influence people to adopt their political views.

    I am a member of the Federalist Society, since 1997. I don’t know of any big connections between Fed Soc and the College Republicans. Please explain the “deception” supposedly perpetrated by the Federalist Society.

  2. Deb says:

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  3. Deb says:

    I suppose this means that you are unaware that members of the College Republicans move into the Federalist Society upon entry to law school. You might be unaware that they are both funded by the same right wing organizations. (www.mediatransparency.org) Finally, you may not be able to understand the article I wrote. That’s regrettable in the extreme. If you are a member of the Federalist Society then you should decry such tactics as I describe in my article, and you should also be investigating the College Republicans as well. The members of both organizations, at the highest levels, commit reprehensible acts of similar character on college and law school campuses across the country.