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To: irv

I don't see it. A concurring opinion would force a justice to recuse himself from a subsequent case?


8 posted on 06/15/2004 7:51:51 PM PDT by DeaconBenjamin
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To: DeaconBenjamin; Torie
I don't see it. A concurring opinion would force a justice to recuse himself from a subsequent case?

I never said it was valid or that it would work. But I would be willing to bet money that the Left will attempt to portray this opinion (Which was, in fact, quite well reasoned) as proof that he has pre-judged the case. They will put it at the center of a campaign to force him off the next anti-pledge suit that comes around.

Remember: Libs don't care if a thing is true or right. They only care how it makes them feel. They will try to use this as propaganda against him.

Thomas is not weak-willed. It is unlikely he'll give in to the pressure, but pressure there will be.

17 posted on 06/16/2004 8:11:23 PM PDT by irv
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