So he's got the right to call her whatever he wants to (I mean, within reason), but then someone on the internet remembers this comment that he made a few years ago:
I'm tired of these Democrats acting like they won the election. Somebody needs to stand up and say, "When you win the election, you pick the nominees. Until then, SHUT UP! Just shut up! Just go away! Bury yourselves in your rat holes and don't come out until you win an election. When you win an election, you can put all these socialist wackos, like Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Stephen Breyer, all over the court, but until then, shut up! You are really irritating me."
So, you know, that's a problem for his credibility. Not that it matters.
So when I say that the Supreme Court of CA has to uphold Prop 8, or when I argue that Obama's statement that he's seeking a Justice with empathy is exactly the wrong kind of thing to say, it's because I don't want to be like Limbaugh. I don't want to be the guy who thinks that it's okay to rant about someone's actions and then to turn around and do the same thing myself.