But I think we can all agree that in this debate over Kagan's Supreme Court nomination, there is one important issue not being discussed: the nefarious cabal of Jews that will run our highest court if Kagan is confirmed. Thankfully Pat Buchanan has stepped up to the table to warn us.
"If Kagan is confirmed, Jews, who represent less than 2 percent of the U.S. population, will have 33 percent of the Supreme Court seats," Buchanan wrote. "Is this the Democrats' idea of diversity?"Ah yes, it's that "too many Jews" problem that always seems to crop up when Pat Buchanan starts discussing the issues. At least he had the wherewithal to fake sympathize with blacks before he charged that this was all a continuing conspiracy against the only true victims of racism and bigotry in this country: white, Christian males. Oh how we are continually persecuted while, blacks, Latinos, and the Jews are exalted by all above us. Oh when will the suffering of the white Christian male be at an end? When will we emerge from our 40 years in the desert?
"But while leaders in the black community may be upset, the folks who look more like the real targets of liberal bias are white Protestants and Catholics, who still constitute well over half of the U.S. population," he wrote.
And Pat is right to worry about a 1/3 Jewish Supreme Court. Or should I say בית המשפט העליון? All I know is that because their special magic book is only the first half of our special magic book, they will probably fail to improperly impose the Biblical law that both Pat and I want enacted by judicial fiat. And I doubt the unconstitutional Mandatory Latke Tuesdays laws will ever be struck down now. Damn them!
So once again Jewish women swoop in to take what is rightfully that of the white, Christian male... as has happened so many times in history. Thankfully Pat brought this up so our media elites can thoroughly discuss it on the TV along with the pressing "She played softball at least once... so she's a total dyke, amirite?" matter. Hopefully those will take precedence over the next few weeks so we don't actually have to discuss a real issue or treat the selection of a Supreme Court justice with any real relevance or importance. As it should be. Thanks Pat, for helping to keep it classy. Mazel tov.