January 29, 2013, - 4:58 pm
I recently told you about some of the ridiculous personal information contained in Obama Justice Sonia Sotomayor’s memoir, “My Beloved World,” in which she talks about her loveless marriage, the giant affirmative action chip on her shoulder, her insecurity about her looks, and that her fellow Supremes think she’s a dummy and doesn’t deserve to be on the Court (they are correct on both counts). Now, though, it gets worse. The great American lumpenproletariat filled with gullible dummies has made her book a hit on the best seller list, and she begged Oprah in the latest issue of Oprah’s “O” Magazine to help her get a date. Oy vey.
Back when I first wrote about her book, I said on Facebook (join me on Facebook) that it’s official: we now have the first reality show Supreme Court Justice. How sad that she keeps proving me right in spades. From page 146 of the February 2013 issue of “O: The Oprah Magazine”:
Oprah: Men, as a rule, want to be needed in the way he’s [DS: Sotomayor's ex-husband] talking about. And I think it takes a special kind man to be with a woman like you.
Sonia Sotomayor: I fear, yes.
O: So, next question, how does one date when one is a Supreme Court Justice?
SS: I have no idea, because I haven’t been able to since I became one!
O: Talk about intimidating–good Lord! Lots of women–from Gayle [DS: Oprah's girlfriend and rumored lesbian lover] to other friends–say, “Am I intimidating to men?” But when you’re a Supreme Court justice, that’s pretty damn intimidating!
SS: I worry about that, let me tell you. Since I was nominated and confirmed, I’ve been completely drowning in my work. But at some point I’ll pick up my head and say, “It’s time to date again.” When I do that, you’ve got to find the guy for me.
O: You gotta get in line with a long list of women! [Laughs.]
Gayle King: [Off to the side, listening.] Get behind me, Justice!
Hmmm . . . so this woman who is publicly asking Oprah to serve as her pimp is making major decisions on Islamic terrorists at Gitmo and whether racial preferences should endure in college admissions. Is this a sign that the apocalypse is upon us or what? Yup, the movie “Idiocracy” is our reality, my friends. Sadly.
I repeat what I said before about So-So’s love life (or lack thereof). I don’t want or need to know about the dating history of a Supreme Court Justice. TMI, Lady. TMI. Apparently someone confused SCOTUS with scrotum . . . or something.
One other thing: when So-So told the world–in a comment that was a staple of her speeches–that she was more qualified than White men as a judge because she’s a “wise Latina,” she said that “a wise Latina with the richness of her experiences would, more often than not, reach a better conclusion.”
Well, yes, I guess that if a woman sues e-Harmony.com or Match.com because she dated a serial killer, and it gets all the way to the Supreme Court, Wise Latina can relate better than everyone else because she asked e-Oprah to fix her up, too.
Uh-huh. “Richness of experiences,” indeed. You know datz right.
Look for more Barack Obama judicial and Supreme Court nominees with such “richness of experiences.”
Tags: My Beloved World, SCOTUS, Sonia Sotomayor, Sotomayor book, Supreme Court, U.S. Supreme Court