Friday, September 16, 2005


After reading Sheryl Gay Strolberg's article in the New York Times it seems democratic senators are finding it difficult on how to vote on the nomination of Judge John G Roberts as chief justice. It looks like some of them are more concerned about sending a message then voting on the merit of the man. Senator Clinton was circumspect, saying she would review the transcript. Guess she wasn't paying attention. Chucky Schumer said "I for one, have woken up in the middle of the night, thinking about it, being unsure how to vote." Please spare me the theatrics. And in true liberal fashion Dianne Feinstien said "I'm sorting out what I feel now." Right Di what you feel not what you think.


At 2:44 PM , Blogger Tori said...

he'll get confirmed, they are just waiting with bated breath until President Bush names the next nominee.

At 5:31 PM , Blogger Free Agency Rules said...

They will vote party line for the most part.

Maybe Hillary will vote for him because of the need to look like she is normal instead of acting the demagog.

For Libs "feelings" are much more important than logic or brains.

Great Post!


At 10:01 PM , Blogger ewrzjc said...

"Roberts and Bush
At the same time when Judge John Roberts was hearing a case brought by a U.S. military officer against the president regarding military tribunals, the judge visited the White House to be interviewed for a promotion. After the judge decided the case in President Bush's favor, the president nominated Roberts to the U.S. Supreme Court.
It was unethical for Roberts to continue to decide this case, and it was unethical for the president to proffer the promotion in the middle of his own case.
And can anyone guess the reason that Roberts, a judge for less than two years, should immediately become the chief justice of the highest court in our land? "

At 10:32 PM , Blogger pappy said...

So Ted Kennedy nor another democratic senator heard about this? I guess they are part of the conspiracy


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