We’re referring, of course, to that hideous blob of barely sentient goo that goes under the alias “Elena Kagan”.
Now that OgabeCare is coming up for review by the Supreme Court you would think that maybe the words “a Supreme Court justice must recuse from “any proceeding in which his impartiality might reasonably be questioned” or that a justice must recuse anytime he has “expressed an opinion concerning the merits of the particular case in controversy” while he “served in governmental employment” might apply to that horrid hag who worked for Ogabe as his solicitor general, defending OgabeCare against legal challenges, not to mention this lovely email message she sent to Laurence Tribe:
‘I Hear They Have the Votes, Larry!! Simply Amazing.’
You would think. Because if that’s not “expressing an opinion”, then we’d like to know just what qualifies as such.
But His Majesty fears that you would be horribly wrong. We have already learned numerous times over the past three years that the law does not apply to the Ogabe Junta, so we’re not exactly holding our breath here.
It would be nice if it did happen, if for once the SCOAMF and his minions were to obey the law of the land, because if she does not recuse herself, then we needn’t treat the descent of the United States into tyranny as a hypothetical anymore. The train will already have pulled into the station at the end of the line.