Ms. So­tomayor […] be­lieves in no dis­crim­i­na­tion, un­less done to white males and to ben­e­fit peo­ple like her.

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and suc­ceed must come to an end. Dis­crim­i­na­tion based on race, color or eth­nic­ity, we agreed, was wrong.

Ms. So­tomayor, how­ever, has an ex­cep­tion to the no-dis­crim­i­na­tion rule. She be­lieves in no dis­crim­i­na­tion, un­less done to white males and to ben­e­fit peo­ple like her.

How can any Repub­li­can se­na­tor vote to el­e­vate to the Supreme Court a judge who, all her life, has be­lieved in, preached and prac­ticed race dis­crim­i­na­tion against white males, where ad­vance­ment in jobs and ca­reers de­pends not on ap­ti­tude and abil­ity, but on where your grand­par­ents came from.

On prin­ci­ple, Repub­li­cans can­not sup­port So­nia So­tomayor.

And po­lit­i­cally, if they do, why should the white work­ing man and woman ever vote Repub­li­can again, as it is they who are the des­ig­nated vic­tims of the race-based jus­tice of So­nia So­tomayor?

It was Richard Nixon who brought the white work­ing class, North and South, into his New

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