Loony Liberals Blame Roberts for Katrina

Sometimes I just have to thank the whacky members of the Loony Left, they do such a good job of promoting the conservative agenda….

Group’s TV ad uses storm’s aftermath to target Roberts

The televised images of poverty-stricken evacuees from Hurricane Katrina are part of a provocative, last-minute effort by a liberal interest group to divert federal Judge John Roberts’ path to confirmation as chief justice.

‘We believe John Roberts’ record on civil rights … is clearly not the direction our country needs to head now,’ a MoveOn.org spokesperson said.

MoveOn.org Political Action plans to unveil a TV ad on Monday that questions whether Roberts is sensitive enough to civil rights concerns to lead the Supreme Court. The ad suggests that the plight of the mostly African-American evacuees in New Orleans showed that poverty remains a serious problem among minorities, said Ben Brandzel, the group’s advocacy director. In a mix of judicial and racial politics, the ad then suggests that minorities could suffer if the Senate confirms Roberts.

And the polls taken next week will show that 19% of the people agree with them. The same crazy 19% that always believes this nonsense. The problem the whack jobs have it that it just annoys the other 80%.

They when the lose the next election, they’ll claim voter fraud.

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