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the truth comes out

By Diogenes (articles ) | Jul 23, 2005

Admit it. You thought Georgetown University was a sinkhole of flakey progressivism. Well, you're wrong. It turns out that's all a jesuitical subterfuge.

Washington sits on a substratum of Catholic conservatism that few people who aren't from here understand. It goes back to Georgetown University and pre-D.C. Maryland history. It is that community that Roberts represents, and that Bush is paying homage to with this pick.

The fiendish cunning!

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  • Posted by: Vincit omnia amor - Jul. 23, 2005 2:02 PM ET USA

    the anti-Catholicism that already exists will be all the more pronounced with this nomination. funny, they'd have no complaints IF Judge Roberts REALLY represented G.U. You know, the G-town Univ that both Clintons, Gore, Kerry, et al are frequently honored and hosted at. But, truth doesn't matter to these folks.

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