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Republicans & The Courts
The New Media Journal ^ | November 21, 2008 | AJ DiCintio

Posted on 11/21/2008 7:24:47 AM PST by The_Tick_01

Let’s face it. It’s always about “the economy,” stupid or not. And for the foreseeable future it will be so in spades, a fact, by the way, that demands Republican leaders follow main street conservative principles as they devise economic policies that put the American people first.

However, like the executives of our auto companies, Republicans must understand they can’t survive by fixing one thing at a time; for especially in politics, issues have a way of coming up when least expected — taking a stance on a judicial nominee, for example.

I mention the judiciary because with regard to it Republicans have some serious fixing to do. Why? To answer that, let’s review the ironic quality of Republican “production” and “marketing” of judicial policy since the fifties.

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TOPICS: News/Current Events; Politics/Elections
KEYWORDS: bho2008; judiciary; nominees; politics; supremecourt
Barack’s judicial nominees need to be confronted blocked by Republicans, but are they up to the job?
1 posted on 11/21/2008 7:24:48 AM PST by The_Tick_01
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To: The_Tick_01

They’d had better fight that is all I’m going to say.


2 posted on 11/21/2008 7:31:52 AM PST by Maelstorm (This country was not founded with the battle cry "Give me liberty or give me a government check!")
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