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06/29/2010

On Thursday, Tony testifies. Today: He prejudicially pre-parties

by Jeremy Hooper

So far, the Republican senators have managed to make her look nothing more than accomplished, likable, and extremely good-natured. Oh, but forthcoming "minority witness" Tony Perkins is determined to change all that. In a new "give us money/give Kagan the boot" email letter, the Family Research Council president is pulling out all of the stops in order to make the charming nominee seem like a militant leftist dragon who feeds on Heritage Foundation pamphlets then spits them back out as Planned Parenthood fireballs.

If you've watched any of the confirmation hearings, the disconnect is pretty funny actually. So go have yourself a look. Oh, and be sure to note how this and all of FRC emails are addressed to us -- it's a major source of personal pride:

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