Fat Steve's Blatherings

Thursday, July 21, 2005

Another Point About the Roberts Nomination

      .The Washington Post says:
      "There'll be a battle because all Supreme Court nominations are battles, but this is not a holy war," said Kenneth M. Duberstein, a Reagan White House chief of staff who steered the previous two Republican nominations onto the court for Bush's father. "I don't think the passion from the far left will be felt by all these Democratic senators."
      Well, Supreme Court nominations didn't used to be automatic battles.  Ginsberg and Breyer sailed right through. 

      So it seems the Democrats have decided to automatically oppose Bushon almost everything.  Now, I'm not any sort of 'We should all get together' utopian.  The purpose of politics is to settle differences, not celebrate agreement.  But the voters don't like automatic obstructionism.  Moving to automatically oppose Roberts if at all possible will be bad for them, in the long run.

THE HOUSE OF SAUD MUST BE DESTROYED -- AND WILL BE!

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