November 21, 2006

"How could we not adore such a strong-willed, right-wing judicial diva?"

Judge Edith Jones shatters David Lat's illusions.

7 comments:

Internet Ronin said...

I was quite impressed that Judge Jones did not "pull rank" in order to get a seat. Few indeed are those in positions such as hers who would not somehow make their presence or position known in order to get seated. Good for her.

Ann Althouse said...

Yeah, but why of the FS guys so oblivious that no one noticed her and offered her a seat?

Ruth Anne Adams said...

She might've preferred to stand. Isn't that a woman's prerogative?

What's with all this "diva-ant" behavior anyway?

Internet Ronin said...

Ann: The thought did occur to me, as in "Were there no gentlemen in the room?" It does not speak well of the manners of those seated in her vicinity. (That there was no apparent special treatment of of her because of her position was admirably egalitarian, provided others were treated the same way.)

dick said...

What happened to the feminist rule about being treated exactly like the men? Looks like the FS is very congnizant of that and respectful of fulfilling the role exactly as it should be done.

Ann Althouse said...

"but why of the FS"

should be "what of the FS"

sorry

JorgXMcKie said...

Personally, I like the idea of a Horsewoman of the RightWing Apocalypse.