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Tuesday, July 19, 2005

Bush has a pair proven by his pick of DC Circuit Judge Roberts for the Supreme Court: Legal counsel to Ronald Reagan; clerk to Chief Justice Rehnquist; distinct constructionist approach to the US Constitution; has argued that Roe v Wade was poorly argued and ought to be overturned.

The old saw says that conservatives irrationally focus on one issue when voting. Funny that "one issue" dominates the news of Judge Roberts' nomination today.

Chuck Schumer, Ted Kennedy, John Kerry, Barbara Boxer -- better stock up on Maalox. It's going to be a long night.


Anonymous midwestmom said...

I just saw Upchuck Schumer on TV, pontificating that the new nominee will have to tell the people where he stands on certain issues. And then what? If he doesn't think like Chuckie and his ilk, he's not worth considering? What arrogance!

Have the Dems forgotten that they lost the election? Let's hear it for that good old-fashioned liberal tolerance!

8:11 AM

Anonymous Patrick said...

Yes way. Real election loss in the polls = fantasy victories in the courts.

Check out Ann Coulter's latest via Drudge. Count on Ann to shake up the salad.

9:17 AM

Anonymous bballnut2 said...

Anyway, I like a Christian that has the *#@@$ to say what he thinks. Keep it real and God bless!

10:15 AM

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I was reminded that Justice Rehnquist originally was a dissenter on Roe vs Wade decision. How does that threaten our society especially considering he is the cheif justice

10:20 AM

Blogger Patrick said...

Dear anon:

How fantastic it would be if you could craft your comment so that it, you know, makes sense.

10:45 AM


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