Please, if you haven’t watched this 60 Minutes piece, set aside a half-hour to watch it. Please. You owe it to yourself.
Couple of quotes from the interview:
“It is always worth it to stand on principle.”
“The Constitution is what matters, not my personal views, no matter what they might be.”
The only irony of this interview is that Steve Kroft, the interviewer, thinks that we’ll find ourselves surprised at who Clarence Thomas turns out to be. Not at all. It’s only because of certain lynch mob Democrats, and their accomplices in the drive-by media, that anyone would think that Clarence Thomas wasn’t the man that this interview reveals him to be.
And so I’m going to make the first two inductions into the No Kool-Aid Zone Hall of Fame: Justice Clarence Thomas and his grandfather, Myers Anderson.