By Kathleen GilbertWASHINGTON, D.C., June 28, 2010 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Some Republican senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee indicated their opposition to Supreme Court hopeful Elena Kagan's pro-abortion and homosexualist agenda, as well as her activist leanings, amid opening remarks at...
Well, elections have consequences. Those who voted Obama should have thought about these situations. One side note, do I blame him for his arrogance, or the University of Notre Dame honoring him during its last Commencement? I grew up believing our Lady's school was Catholic.
From the article:
A Rasmussen Reports survey released last Wednesday found 42% of U.S. voters opposed Kagan's confirmation. Thirty-five percent supported Kagan, whereas 23% were unsure.
Now, is this informed opposition? Or just backlash against Obama? Either way it doesn't look good for Obama.