But I think that the question of whether it’s a dumb law is different from whether the question of whether it’s constitutional.Huh? It’s a dumb law so thinks Supreme Court hopeful Elena Kagan of the hypothetical law posed by Sen. Tom Coburn during the Judiciary confirmation hearings. The hypothetical law would allow Congress to mandate that Americans eat fruits and vegetables daily.
And I think the courts would be wrong to strike down laws that they think are senseless just because they’re senseless—Elena Kagan
It’s a simple question really, Sen. Coburn asked Ms. Kagan should Congress tell Americans what they can or cannot eat? Simple if you aren’t attempting to become a Supreme Court Justice with a hidden agenda that is.
Sen. Coburn, posed the hypothetical question about Congress passing a law that would require all Americans to eat three fruits and three vegetables a day to Ms. Elena Kagan the most brilliant legal mind that president Barry Hussein Soetoro could think of to nominate for the Supreme Court of the United States of America. Shockingly Ms. Kagan could not answer the question. (see 1:19min Video)
Any 5-year-old could have answered that question, but the Harvard trained former Solicitor General for the Barry Hussein Soetoro administration was miffed by it to the extent that she refuse to answer. (see article)
Because Kagan could not or would not answer the question concerning government force-feeding, that only confirms she places ideology and partisanship above unbiased judicial discretion. We have been warned.
Kagan thinks that it would be wrong for the court to strike down dumb or senseless laws. I think the Senate would be wrong to voting to confirm such a dumb and senseless partisan!
Kagan will be confirm by a Democrat controlled Senate because she is an ideologue partisan who will try to reinterpret the constitution from the bench. And that is exactly the kind of person that Barry Hussein Soetoro wants as a justice.
It is for that reason he nominated her.