Monday, June 13, 2011

44th Anniversary Of Thurgood Marshall's SCOTUS Appointment

Today is the 44th anniversary of then US Solicitor General Thurgood Marshall becoming the first African American ever nominated to become a Supreme Court justice by President Lyndon B. Johnson in 1967.

The conservafools hate Justice Marshall with a passion to the point that duiing the Elena Kagan SCOTUS nomination hearings, Senator Al Franken (D-Minnesota) had to call their behinds out about the 'activst judge' lie they pimp about any judge or rulings they don't like.

Justice Kagan had been one of Justice Marshall's law clerks back in the day, a fact the GOP hated and tried to use to attack her.

Senator Franken tells it like it T-I-S is concerning one of our legal giants and a man Clarence Thomas wishes he could be but tragically isn't fit to shine his shoes.


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