And the Philadelphia Enquirer [sic] Joins In (With an Anti-Catholic Cartoon)
Yesterday, I asked "How long before before some mainstream media outlet makes hay out of the fact that all 5 of the Supreme Court votes to uphold the PBA ban came from Catholic justices?"
We got our first answer to the question shortly thereafter when Rosie O'Donnell opined on yesterday's episode of The View that Catholics shouldn't be allowed to sit on the Supreme Court (with Barbara Walters sorta joining in).
Now, today, Catholic Mom sends word that a major daily newspaper has joined the anti-Catholic fray:
Jews made up 50% of the dissent, but I see the Inquirer decided not to make note of it.
And check out the Inquirer's Orwellian diatribe against the Court's "activist" ruling. Only in loony-lib-land could a decision that upholds an act of Congress by not extending a "right" found nowhere in the Constitution be described as "activist".
I wonder if the Inquirer took similar umbrage at the truly astounding exercise of judicial activism represented by the decision in Lawrence v. Texas (also authored by Justice Kennedy). Somehow, I think not.
As the Inquirer concedes in its editorial:
... the cry of "activist judges!" simply means "I don't like that decision."Indeed.