Ah, yes. The Right is once again "going rogue"—or, in plain language, lying—in its most recent attack on anything to do with President Barack Obama.
Today's dust-up concerns the president's new supreme court nominee, Elena Kagan. As it happens, Kagan once quoted Justice Thurgood Marshall, who noted (correctly) that the Constitution was a "defective" document.
Why? There was that small issue of counting slaves as three-fifths of a person, which would, by any reasonable standard today, render the Constitution defective.
But the GOP is now demanding that Kagan explain herself and acknowledge the error of her ways. Really.
The full story is here.