Capitol Hill Update: Senator Jeff Session's filibuster of a radical judge

It is hard to believe but Senate Democrats are trying to vote this week on President Barack Obama's extremely anti-family judicial nominee for the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals named David Hamilton.  He is so radical that he ruled against the mention of "Jesus Christ" in prayers before the Indiana state legislature.  On the other hand, he allowed prayers to "Allah", the god of the Muslim religion. 

Judge Hamilton is so anti-family that he has blocked for seven long years the state legislature's "informed consent" abortion law, so that women seeking to have an abortion will know the facts about the unborn baby which will be killed in an abortion and about the dangers to themselves.

Thankfully, a courageous Senator from the state of Alabama, Republican Senator Jeff Sessions, has said that he will filibuster the nomination of Judge Hamilton and will try to prevent the Senate from voting on this radical nominee.   

Democrats frequently filibustered many of President George W. Bush's outstanding nominees for the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, never giving them an opportunity to be voted on on the Senate floor.  Indeed, during seven separate votes on a wonderful Hispanic nominee, Miguel Estrada, he was repeatedly denied a seat on the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals in 2003.   

Senator Sessions needs help in his fight to keep this radical off America's second highest court, the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals.  Americans need to contact both of their United States Senators and urge them not to allow a vote on the Senate floor for Judge David Hamilton, and, if Judge Hamilton's nomination ever does reach the Senate floor, Senators need to vote no on this radical.   

It is critical that conservatives stand together and to ensure that radical judges, who legislate from the bench, are not given the right to sit on a higher federal court. 

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