Supreme Court Justice appears on Sesame Street, adjudicates disputes


17 Responses to “Supreme Court Justice appears on Sesame Street, adjudicates disputes”

  1. EricT says:

    Wow, Sesame Street introduced that poor character just in time to enshrine her disenfranchisement in the justice system.  

  2. citykids says:

    Kids, the moral here is – if you’re going to commit a crime, do it on Sesame Street!

  3. cleek says:

    Karl Rove huffing and puffing about liberal bias on the court in 3…2…

  4. Vinnie Tesla says:

    Soft on crime, I see!

  5. gwailo_joe says:

    “Baby Bear…I can see that you love Elmo.  But Goldilocks testifies that she loves him more than you do…

    …you each get half.”

  6. BSD says:

    I don’t see how she has jurisdiction at all, let alone ORIGINAL jurisdiction!

  7. Amazingly wise and equitable; I don’t think anyone else but the Honorable Associate Justice Sotomayor could have arrived at this landmark decision. 

  8. Raised Fifth says:

    Imagining the alternate reality where Bork in on Sesame Street

  9. What. She knew Goldilocks and admitted it. She did not recuse herself. Impeach Sotamayor!

  10. Sirkowski says:

    This is about illegal immigration, is it? lol

  11. eve stown says:

    So that’s American justice.  Goldilocks entered the bear’s home without permission, (home invasion) consumed some of their food (theft) and, in this case, broke their furniture (criminal damage) and the leardned Justices’ decision is that Goldilocks only has to help repair the chair.

    And you say she is one of the good ones!

    : )

  12. Megan Ringrose says:

    The thing that freaks me out about this is that the actress who plays Maria is several years older than the supreme court justice.

    (Maybe this just indicates how old I am, that I remember the famous people as being older than the people on Sesame Street.)

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