Maybe it was because the other side in the case was a bunch of billionaires:
In one, during the baseball strike of 1994-95, she ruled in favor of the players over the owners, effectively ending the owners' ability to impose a tough contract on the players and start the season with scab replacement players in an effort to force them to agree. The ruling pointed out, in painstaking detail, the serial ineptitude of commissioner Bud Selig and his lieutenants as they presided over this mess. It was Selig's worst moment as commissioner and there wasn't a close second.
Destroying Bud Selig? Isn't that something that all peoples -- be they liberal or conservative -- can agree upon and cherish?