The Stupidity of Progressives

How disgraceful it is of Democrat Senators disrupting the Confirmation hearings of Brett Kavanaugh. The one argument they keep using is the lack of coöperation in releasing an extra 100,000 pages of documents from Kavanaugh’s tenure in government. Most likely they would be keeping track of punctuation errors with which to accuse him of being against abortion.

I did a little math to convince myself of the ridiculousness of the request. Up to this point, the government provided 400,000 documents of Kavanaugh’s work to the Senate. In my best year as a reader I have logged fifty, three hundred page books. At that pace it would take me two hundred and sixty-six years to read that many pages.

This is our government folks. We voted for them, and we are responsible for their attitudes and their stupidity. They are so inept to believe that we the people are so gullible as to buy the need for hundreds of thousands of pages of work content to vet a new judge. The Dems are fighting with all the dirty tricks they know to kill the confirmation of a good judge. They know that the Progressive movement relies on ultra-liberal justices who will legislate from the bench to promote their illegal causes.

The Progressive’s primary point of contention is a fear that conservative Supreme Court will cancel Roe v. Wade (Abortion). Again, they are too stupid to realize the old law would have to come to the Supreme Court from we the people? The court is not going to pick on old legislation to re-judge. The Dems know that Roe v. Wade is morally wrong, but because of the law abortion is legal. Since most aborted babies are black I  conclude that Progressives are racist and are promoting black genocide.

Confirmation Day

This was a very emotional day for me. Grumpa Joe was the proud sponsor for his oldest grandaughter’s confirmation. To make matters more emotional, she chose her deceased grandmother’s name for her confirmation name. I thought I was over my grief for my late wife, but not so. The tears welled up in my eyes as the choir sang some of Barb’s favorite music. Had she lived, she would have been the sponsor, I’m sure. If she hadn’t been the sponsor, she would have sung in the choir.

Either way, Barbara was at the mass with Dana and me. Her presence at our side was strong. Barbara was proud of her first grandchild and spent alot of quality time with her as a baby and a toddler. Barb was known as the “street walker of Aberdeen.” Every time she had the baby, she walked the mile to the end of Aberdeen with Dana in the stroller. Every neighbor that saw her stopped her to talk. Everyone was introduced to Dana.

A month ago, during our Lions Strides Walk for Diabetes Awareness, I introduced one of my grandchildren to a friend who lives on Aberdeen. He immediately knew the child because he remembers seeing her grandmother wheeling her down the block in the stroller.

Barbara was beaming in heaven today,  as her first grandchild accepted Catholocism on her own.