Skip to comments.Dubya Closes a Door? What Harriet Miers may mean for constitutional law.
Posted on 10/17/2005 9:37:09 AM PDT by Crackingham
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"Who cares if the decisions are memorable? They don't have to be. It doesn't matter how they are written. People don't go on the Supreme Court to write brilliantly worded decisions, they go on it to assert power. A decision can be one page long and the effect would be the same. "You win and you lose. Why? Because we say so."
Thanks for the short/clear dose of reality versus the endless pompous hyperbole from the elites of the beltway.
I've always been the quiet kind of "advance-the-agenda" guy, and leave the bluster to the Carville types.
I've always been the quiet kind of "advance-the-agenda" guy, and leave the bluster to the Carville-Coulter types.
" Funny thing, most of our Founders didn't have legal training---and certainly not of they type expected today. And gee, they only managed to write the Constitution. Yeah, we need some real eggheads up there. You've convinced me."
Oh yeah, Harriet Miers is the caliber of Ben Franklin, Thomas Jefferson, Hamilton, et. al. They'd laugh their asses off if they read Harriet's few ramblings. I'd be happy with a Thomas Sowell, or Victor Davis Hanson, or others out of the usual mold.
But please, don't insult us by claiming dumb is genius, and genius is dumb. Harriet Miers is a pedestrian choice, a disappointment. Like pinch hitting the bat boy for Barry Bonds. And please, I would no more trust 9 random citizens with my life than I'd play Russian Roulette with three in the chambers.
GW is a liberal on most issues that matter. And you want us to trust him with Miers?
Just keep repeating to yourself, dumb is smart, dumb is smart, and maybe even you will really believe that.
Interesting you chose the steroid-laden Bonds as an example, but I repeat: I'm more comfortable with a couple of average people on the Court. Yes, AVERAGE, in all levels.
He has no evidence for any of the assertions in his article.
"Interesting you chose the steroid-laden Bonds "
Deceitful little innuendo there. Typical act of someone who wallows in mediocrity.
GIBSON: Mr. President, the next question is for you, and it comes from Jonathan Michaelson, over here.
MICHAELSON: Mr. President, if there were a vacancy in the Supreme Court and you had the opportunity to fill that position today, who would you choose and why?
BUSH: I'm not telling.
I really don't have -- haven't picked anybody yet. Plus, I want them all voting for me.
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