Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan has the gall to argue that a law allowing governmental book banning is OK because "it would never be applied" anyway. Is this woman actually that naive? Is Kagan the best we can come up with for another lifetime appointment to the most important bench in the country?
You tell me:
Kagan places the burden on us to challenge any federal book banning. This woman is dangerously naive - or dangerously stupid. Listen to the sitting Supreme Court justices respond in horror to what this she is saying in her argument before that court.
"This statute covers it, but don't worry, the FEC has never done it." Oh, now I feel much better, Ms. Kagan...ridiculous.