7.13.2005

Naming A Woman to the High Court

I guess we're going to have to talk about whether the President needs to name a woman to the Supreme Court. Apparently, the First Lady has recommended he do just that. Since I have just a minute at this time, I'm going to keep this brief right now.

For as much as women talk about not wanting to be evaluated on the basis of our gender, we sure do ask for quite a bit on the mere basis of our gender.

More later...

6 Comments:

At 7/13/2005 07:10:00 PM, Blogger Layman said...

If Bush nominates you, can I be one of your law clerks?

 
At 7/13/2005 09:45:00 PM, Blogger Lores Rizkalla said...

If Bush nominates me, I'm going to need you as my counsel. I could hear Hillary Clinton, Barbara Boxer and Diane Feinstein accusing me of being anti-woman and out-of-the-mainstream because I believe that women in the womb have a right to life, liberty and happiness too!

 
At 7/13/2005 09:56:00 PM, Blogger Layman said...

And anti-Egyptian.

 
At 7/14/2005 12:57:00 AM, Blogger Lores Rizkalla said...

For the record, for those you may not get the reference, I am Egyptian. Born and raised in the US, flag waving, Christian and mostly conservative Egyptian-American woman who lives in Los Angeles :)

 
At 7/14/2005 01:51:00 AM, Anonymous Clayton Bell said...

You could sue The Bengals for creating a harsh childhood (or adolencence..I don't know how old you are...26, 27?) because everyone around you wanted to "walk like an Egyptian". They are so insensitive. As if Egyptians actually have a walk...

Do you all have a walk?

 
At 7/14/2005 04:14:00 AM, Blogger Lores Rizkalla said...

i wouldn't know. That song was WAY before my time ;)

 

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