Wednesday, May 22, 2013
Here’s the test.
Apparently, I am Ruth Bader Ginsburg. It was the fact that I enjoy dramas and am also a fan of the New York Yankees that decided it, it would appear.
/which might as well be my new login, since it doesn’t remember that anymore
apparently because I don’t like any of the baseball teams listed.
I’m stuck at the first box, because those arguments are all so lame that I can’t see myself making any of them.
Kagan. Apparently choosing “c” in the first box outted me as the liberal all my conservative friends insist I really am … then my ignorance about neck doilies, and the fact that my dad taught me to ride a bike when I was a kid quickly narrowed it down further. 🙂
Chief Justice Roger Taney.
Wait a minute. . .
Elena Kagan, and that suits me fairly well.
I think this test is insulting.. first of all there is not one :conservative answer to the first question. There should be a ” I broke the rules and I am sorry”. And then to get to Scalia you must choose to make a “personal” comment about the person instead of debating the actuall facts of the case. Your attributes of conservatives are not at all what you have listed here.
I ended up as Breyer, because he’s apparently the only Red Sox fan on the bench. (although if Souter was still around they would have had to squeeze in another box to decide between them)
Clarence Thomas! Because as the high school history teacher, I would sit there and take it from that one obnoxious parent.
first of all there is not one conservative answer to the first question. There should be a ” I broke the rules and I am sorry”.
I was looking for that answer, too, but I probably wouldn’t conflate “conservative” with “honest”.
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