Thursday, March 02, 2006

Separation of State and Church is so pre-Alito

This strikes me as singularly inappropriate. Raw Story reports Alito sends a mash note to Dobson and his Christian extremists.
Dear Dr. Dobson:

This is just a short note to express my heartfelt thanks to you and the entire staff of Focus on the Family for your help and support during the past few challenging months.

I would also greatly appreciate it if you would convey my appreciation to the good people from all parts of the country who wrote to tell me they were praying for me and for my family during this period.

As I said when I spoke at my formal vestiture at the White House last week, the prayers of so many people from around the country were a palpable and powerful force.

As long as I serve on the Supreme Court, I will keep in mind the trust that has been placed in me.

I hope we'll have the opportunity to meet personally at some point in the future. In the meantime, my entire family and I hope that you and the Focus on the Family staff know how much we appreciate all that you have done.

Sincerely Yours, Samuel Alito
Isn't a SCOTUS justice supposed to demonstrate some kind of neutrality? What is this supposed to mean anyway? Does Alito believe he was confirmed because they prayed for him? Is this a little nod and wink to let them know they don't have to worry about his upholding any pro-choice decisions? And where's his thank you note to the Dems for failing so miserably in challenging his nomination?
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Blogger Left of Center said...

Of course he thanked alot of people, but this one just makes me want to puke up my lunch. It's as if he is working for these people. He's a Christocrat for sure. Dobson is a blight, a melenoma, an ingrown hair. I doubt if Christ would even shake his had if he were to return.

2:42:00 PM  
Anonymous Libby said...

Vomit about sums it up for me too LoC.

4:54:00 PM  

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