That’s all that needs to be said about that.

Just a taste:

The judicial confirmation process has become a spectacle almost as comical as one of Al Franken’s (D-MN) jokes. Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan was not grilled on whether she believes Americans have a First Amendment right to oppose homosexuality — i.e., whether their religious and moral liberties are overridden by “sexual orientation” laws.

A. Peter LaBarbera acknowledges that Al Franken is funny.
B. Um, of course people have a First Amendment right to oppose homosexuality. Our American system is such that you can “oppose” the blueness of the sky or the round nature of the earth if you want. That doesn’t mean we in the reality based community aren’t going to call you a slobbering moron, but yes, you have that right.

But yeah, seriously, read the rest, because it’s a particularly entertaining temper tantrum.