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Looks matter

So President Obama wants a hispanic woman to be the next Supreme Court Justice of the United States. So far, I am not in favor of her, but since I do not get to vote, my voice is silenced. For the last day or so, since her name came up in the news, I have been thinking about the people who are on the Supreme Court and their makeup. By that I mean their sex, their color, their ancestry, and their physical looks. I realize that we should not judge people on these things, but lately we are being told that it is OK.

I remember when President Bush nominated Miguel Estrada a few years back. The Democrats in Congress said he was hispanic. No kidding. Funny they should notice. Now we find out that the newest nominee is a hispanic woman. Always the ones to point out a person's skin color and sex to the world, liberals call themselves color blind. Yeah right.

I have read numerous articles about how having a hispanic woman on the court will balance things out. Her hispanic perspective will really help us all, too many men on the Court, etc. 

So, in that vein, I would like to make a suggestion for the next nominee. Going off what I have learned the last few days, that a person-of-color judge would be better than a white judge and that a woman knows way more than a man, I propose the following:

I would like to nominate a woman who is any color but white. She must be very smart and very educated. But, most importantly she must be very beautiful. That is correct. Good looking. That group needs more representation on the bench of the Supreme Court. It seems that the really good looking women of the world are not properly represented on the Court or in the current nominee. In fact, I have noticed that we need more good looking women in positions of power. Look at Congress. With a few exceptions- Yuck! 

So lets do this right. Obviously, to the majority in this country, looks matter. So lets cut through the crap and admit that we need a great looking woman on the Supreme Court.

 

Comment balloon 9 commentsKevin Robinson • May 29 2009 10:46AM

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I'm all for it.  Those Supreme Court photos just look like a bunch of grumpy old folks.  Does Donald Trump get a say in the contest?

Posted by Rob Arnold, Metro Orlando Full Service - Investor Friendly & F (Sand Dollar Realty Group, Inc.) about 10 years ago

The Donald could probably help out on this one.

Posted by Kevin Robinson, Fractional Developer about 10 years ago

I nominate Carrie Prejean.

You can't much better that that!!

Posted by Alice Linahan (Voices Empower ) about 10 years ago

Kevin~ Not going to happen with a Liberaral president, All of the intelligent and attractive women are Conservatives.

OK fire away LOL

Posted by Hugh Krone, Realtor, Sussex County NJ (Weichert Referral Associates) about 10 years ago

Hugh- Actually I agree with you. Now they can fire on both of us.

Posted by Kevin Robinson, Fractional Developer about 10 years ago

Alice- nice nomination.

Posted by Kevin Robinson, Fractional Developer about 10 years ago

I second Alice's suggestion. :)

It is an interesting paradox, unfortunately race and gender continue to play a dominate role in politics and business.

Posted by Mark MacKenzie about 10 years ago

Except that Kevin said she must be very smart and very educated.  If it's only about looks, South Florida has many women who will blow Carrie Prejean away.

Posted by Tchaka Owen (Galleria International Realty) about 10 years ago

Alice: LOL @ Carrie Prejean. One needs a brain and a heart to be on the court and she has neither.....Just fake boobs.

Posted by Scott Smith, Gloucester & Rockport, Massachusetts (Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage) about 10 years ago

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