It is a sad day for America when the law of the land is ignored, yet again.  Sonia Sotomayor was confirmed by the Senate to the Supreme Court today.

Sadly, ignoring our Constitution is happening all too often.  I was actually preparing to write this article, when I discovered that Jeannie had already done so and a lot better than I could.  So I am providing a snapshot of her page and a link to her post for you all to read and weep.  One of the  saddest things is that the msm made this confirmation about race when nothing could be further from the truth.  The Obama administration that should have been about healing race relations continues to work to divide on race issues.

Big news flash!  The Constitution unites us and protects us all if we will but submit ourselves to coming under the rule of law and insisting upon that from our leaders as well.

The one thing that I want to add to this post is a list of the votes on this matter and that will be added to the bottom of the post as soon as I find it or one of our readers provides it.  I will be adding the link and a list of all the names and how they voted because this vote will be a bellweather vote just like the Bush Bailout and the Obama Stimulus votes.

Please read Jeannie’s entire post and allow a tear to fall;  then get on your knees and pray because we need a mighty miracle of awakening and repentance in our land!  We need to both understand and appreciate and protect the Rule of Law.  Empathy?  Whose and when and for what purpose?

It is a Sad Day in America . . .

Sotomayor post with Jeannies blog

For Life and Liberty,

Sandra Crosnoe for

R3publicans

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Vote on Confirmation of Sonia Sotomayor to Supreme Court

68 YEAS and 31 NOS

Fifty Nine Democrats +

Nine Republicans Vote For Sotomayor

Nine Republicans voted to confirm Sonia Sotomayor to the Supreme Court, giving her that 68-31 margin.

Here’s who they are: Lamar Alexander (TN), Kit Bond (MO), Susan Collins (ME), Lindsey Graham (SC), Judd Gregg (NH), Richard Lugar (IN), Mel Martinez (FL), Olympia Snowe (ME) and George Voinovich (OH).

All 31 other Republicans voted no. All 59 Democrats present voted yes, with Ted Kennedy missing the vote.

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