Fat Steve's Blatherings

Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Eugene Volokh on Miers

        He points out that before 1975, it was quite common for Presidents to appoint Justices who'd made their reputations as practicing attorners, and that such nominees were usually well known by the President.  in the last thirty years has there been such a high concentration of ex-judges and ex-professors.

        So I suggest you ask yourself what you think of the court over the last thirty years.  If you think it was the greatest thing since sliced bread, you should oppose Miers.  If you think it was pretty bad, don't be hasty to dismiss her.

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

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