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One only has to look as far Obama’s most recent Supreme Court nominee, Elena Kagan, to see an example of his full frontal assault on the Constitution.  As Kagan’s papers are slowly released, her liberal idealogy is glaringly obvious and on full display in her stance on the Second Amendment.  It is indicative of how this administration views the Constitutional and the rights therein.

While in the Clinton Whitehouse, Kagan wrote a memo that led to an executive order that banned dozens of semi-automatic weapons.  She also supported the D.C. gun-ban that was eventually ruled unconstitutional by the Supreme Court.  She is so hostile to gun rights that she equated the NRA with the KKK in two separate memos.  In her mind, they are on the same list.  If that doesn’t tell you all you need to know about Kagan and her view of the Constitution, recall her days at Harvard Law School.  While Dean of the law school she radically changed the tried and true method of case law study.  “A central plank in Kagan’s revolutionary platform is the abandonment of the requirement that students at Harvard Law School study constitutional law. The course’s place in the curriculum was replaced by classes examining the laws of other nations and international law.  In fact, according to the requirements for receiving a J.D. as listed on the Harvard Law School website, the study of our republic’s founding document is nowhere to be found.”  To graduate from Harvard Law School you don’t have to study the Constitution!?!?!?  That’s like graduating from medical school without having to study biology or anatomy.  Our entire body of laws is built on the Constitution, and, thanks to liberal radical Elena Kagan, you can get a degree from the best law school in the world without even reading this nation’s founding document.

That reminds me of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano redefining terrorist attacks as “man-made disasters,” which, in effect, means that 9/11 and the BP oil spill are on the same list in this Whitehouse.  While this administration seeks to create rights where they do not exist (e.g., healthcare), it places those who are openly hostile to rights guaranteed in the Bill of Rights on the forefront of shaping policy and law in this country.  Creed@R0llinSD.com

Friday, June 18, 2010 Did Kagan Compare the NRA with the KKK?   [Robert VerBruggen]
It has become clear that Elena Kagan, Obama’s most recent Supreme Court nominee, is no friend of gun rights, to say the least. While clerking for Supreme Court justice Thurgood Marshall in 1987, she wrote the judge that she was “not sympathetic” to a Second Amendment–based challenge to the D.C. gun ban. While serving in the Clinton administration, she wrote a memo that “paved the way for an executive order banning dozens of semiautomatic weapons,” according to the L.A. Times.

And National Review has learned that in 1996, Kagan apparently tied the NRA to the KKK — yes, the KKK — while debating the Clinton administration’s position on a bill.

The bill in question was the Volunteer Protection Act, which, when it was passed and signed the following year, protected some non-profits’ volunteer workers from tort liability in certain cases. The administration worried that it would apply to volunteers from unlikable non-profits.  FULL STORY

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