-> "Sotomayor (English Version) (US Supreme Court)"
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"Sotomayor (English Version) (US Supreme Court)"
Hates that you're a guy
Says Whites not smart
Does racism fly? 
'Bama', hear my prayer
Get her out of there
Justice Supreme till the end of life? 
Court up higher? No!
Robe, attire? No!
Senate, please deny
"Richness of life"? 
The facts, she'll decry
'Bama, don't you care
'Bout a judge unfair?
Raise her above? That's an endless crime!
Prospect dire, oh!
Legal mire? No!
No, no, no, no, no
No, no, no, no, no
Whites' rights depart; importance, slip by- y- y- y- y- y- y- y- y- y- y- y- y- y- y- y 
'Bama, don't you dare
Leave us in despair
Don't smear our Court, letting bias climb!
Law: inspire? No!
Should retire! Go!
 Sotomayor said she could make better decisions than any white male. Imagine a WASP candidate saying that he could make better decisions than any female Hispanic. O, holy breastbeating!
 US Supreme Court Justices are appointed for life, unless they step down voluntarily.
 In her 2001 lecture at the University of California at Berkeley, she said that the "richness of her experiences"
would lead to said better decisions, as opposed to relying on such trivial details as the "facts" and the "law".
 Ricci v. DeStefano: Judge Sotomayor upheld the decision of New Haven, Connecticut to throw out a promotional exam for city firefighters when no African-Americans passed it. The white firefighters who brought the suit said that they were denied the promotions they had earned, because of the color of their skin. The decision "was devoid of legal reasoning" ... "a curious dismissal for a case that represents significant questions of law and the Constitution." Her mentor, Judge José A. Cabranes, who was appointed to the circuit by President Bill Clinton. denounced the cursory nature of the review: "The opinion contains no reference whatsoever to the constitutional claims at the core of this case . ... "This perfunctory disposition rests uneasily with the weighty issues presented by this appeal."
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