05/11/2010 10:57 am ET Updated May 25, 2011

Unborn Republican Senator Opposes Kagan Nomination

Less than 24 hours after President Obama's Supreme Court nomination of Elena Kagan was announced, an unborn Republican Senator from South Carolina has gone public with his disapproval.

So far the Unborn Senator has garnered nothing but support from his side of the aisle. Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okl.) praised the brave Unborn Senator for voicing his opinion so incredibly prematurely yet with so much conviction. Says Inhofe: "Does it bother me that this Senator hasn't even been born and already has formed an opinion of nomination Kagan? Absolutely not. As far as conservatives are concerned, opposition to Democrats begins at conception. Period."

Liberal policy makers have already spoken out against what seems like a rush to judgment. In defense of his opposition, the Unborn Senator was quoted as saying, "You don't have to be alive to know that this is a terrible nomination. In fact, being alive would only complicate my decision making process. Facts, logic, and the level-headed discussions that Democrats seem to favor would merely distort the issue."

Fox News has announced a press coverage with the Unborn Senator for later this evening. Because the unborn Senator's voice isn't fully developed, Fox correspondent Sarah Palin will be speaking on his behalf.