Monday, June 22, 2009

Sotomayor and the Santeria Sympathy Decision

That judicial sage Sotomayor told the State of New York in 1994 that it must allow prison inmates who practice Santeria to wear multi-colored beads.

In the case of Campos v. Coughlin , Sotomayor told state prison officials that their fear of a growing gang movement within the prison was less important than the right of Santeria faithful to wear religious beads. I'm sure that it was less important to her since she didn't work at the prison.

Ah yes, she will be a fun addition to the Supremes, she of the Latin lunatic fringe.

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