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Eric Holder, Al Sharpton, Marion Wright Edelman, Sweeney at the Sotomayor announcement

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WASHINGTON--Among those gathered in the White House East Room waiting for President Obama to introduce Sonia Sotomayor as his Supreme Court nominee: the Rev. Al Sharpton; Attorney General Eric Holder; Childrens Defense Fund Marion Wright Edelman; AFL-CIO chief John Sweeney.

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PRESIDENT OBAMA SCORES BIG IN THIS CHOICE, JUDGE
SOTOMAYER IS THE REAL DEAL, AND SHE WILL BE
CONFIRMED, SHE HAS PAID HER DUES, SHE WILL
REPRESENT THE COURT IN A VERY SPECIAL WAY!
EVEN KARL ROVE COULDN'T LOWER THE BOOM ON HER,
BECAUSE HE KNOWS THIS LADY AND WHAT SHE REPRESENTS
SHE IS MORE READY THAN ANY OTHER SUPREME COURT
JUSTICE WAS AT THIS STAGE IN THEIR CAREERS BEFORE
BEING CONFIRMED TO THE COURT!
KUDOS TO PRESIDENT OBAMA, HE DID HIS HOMEWORK AND
HE RECEIVES AN A FOR THE SELECTION OF JUDGE
SONIA SOTOMAYER, A LADY RAISED IN THE BRONX AND
FROM PUERTO RICAN HERITAGE, VIVA JUDGE SOTOMAYER!

rev. al in the 'big house'...lol. put the silverware back my man...and search phil smith jr....paleese! both phil and rev. al support the justice (designee) because they'll probably be up in front of her,if not a military tribunal!!
actually lynn, i see this as a solid appointment...i just don't wanna agree with the latter two...lol!

JEFF YOU NEED TO TAKE A CREATIVE WRITNG COURSE,
OR A COMPOSITION COURSE, LEARN WHERE TO PUT A
PERIOD OR A COMMA!
SHE IS VERY TALENTED AND YOU SHOULD BE VERY
CAREFUL WITH YOUR WORDS, APPRECIATE AND DON'T
HATE GREATNESS!

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