#rsrh Losing Dowd on Kagan.

The way this administration is handling Supreme Court pick (and current Solicitor General) Elena Kagan may just have more Left-pushback than I assumed: it’s making Maureen Dowd wax most sarcastic.

[‘Voice’ of Joe Biden]: This week, when the president first told me he’d chosen Elena Kagan to serve on the Supreme Court, I couldn’t help but smile. I met her 20 years ago, when she took a break from teaching school and chasing guys to join my staff in the Senate, and even back then, it was easy to picture her in a black robe.

Of course, Elena prefers to see herself in something frillier, because she’s a girl’s girl. Just try dragging her out of La Perla! And I’m sure, under those robes, she’ll be rocking some Juicy Couture jeans and Christian Louboutin suede boudoir slides. Uh-oh. Did I sound gay there for a minute? Well, I’m not. And neither is Elena Kagan.


Elena is anything but a history-making, barrier-breaking, proud, strong, happy gay woman. She’s a garden-variety, sad, scary, single, childless career woman who can’t get a man because she’s too smart, works too much and refuses to settle.

I’d like to repeat for the record – once again – that wide swathes of the Right are largely indifferent to whether or not SG Kagan is gay. Although if it turns out that she is we’d quite like to know why this administration felt the need to lie about it.


  • Sissy Willis says:

    “…refuses to settle…” Projecting again, Maureen?

  • […] I mean, they’re going all out to talk about dating guys and not being lesbians themselves now. Maureen still didn’t say Kagan wasn’t bisexual. […]

  • Jack Savage says:

    “She’s a garden-variety, sad, scary, single, childless career woman who can’t get a man…”

    Indeed, Maureen. Indeed.

  • Mike says:

    Lie about it? Exactly who in the Administration made any assertion that Kagan was straight, and when? Dowd’s column baffles me since I’ve heard nothing like this from the Administration, but you seem to have bought her fabrication.

    • Moe_Lane says:

      Mike, that has had to have been the dumbest attempt at pushback that I’ve seen, and I site moderate for one of the most influential conservative political blogs in existence. Impressive, in its way. Not conducive for being allowed to stick around, but impressive.

      BTW: Washington Post, but there’s a 5% chance you already knew that. In which case: you suck at agitprop; and if you’re getting paid for it, you shouldn’t be.

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