Monday, October 03, 2005

What do you think of the Miers nomination?

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16 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't like it.

6:26 PM, October 03, 2005  
Blogger terrymcdermott said...

I dont know what to think. But I doubt Roe vs Wade will ever be over turned.

9:04 PM, October 03, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For Shame! Not supporting the President is punishable by a severe tongue-lashing! How dare you not like George appointing his personal attorney to the high court, even if she is 60 years old and single with some freaky-ass hair!

5:46 AM, October 04, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

As a conservative Republican who has overlooked Bush's liberal tendencies I feel completely betrayed by this pick.

Admittedly, I could be mad for no reason. This woman could turn out completely conservative (I have serious doubts she will).

There is no reason for not picking a known quantity such as a Luttig, or Janice Rogers Brown. This is weak-kneed kowtowing to the liberal element of the party and this conservative is mad as hell!

1:00 PM, October 04, 2005  
Blogger Mr. Toast said...

More "Trust Me" from the Republicans.

Get a load of the official RNC propaganda: "Ms. Miers is the third woman to be nominated for the Supreme Court, and like Justice O'Connor is a legal trailblazer. "

Wow! I'm all fired up! But she wears a cross around her neck, so how could I not support her?

9:06 PM, October 04, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I am disappointed and I see what you guys are saying ,but maybe she will turn out to be a true conservative but why couldnt we have a sure thing Ill just go watch the clarence Thomas hearings and pretend its 15 years ago and this time were taking that H Ross seriously someone man the bat mobile

12:03 AM, October 05, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GWB promised a strict constructionist, he has nominated good conservative judges at lower levels and I trust his judgement in appointing Ms Miers. I truly believe she will be everything he is expecting and has promised.

2:24 PM, October 07, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

GWB Has done what he said he would do. The Dems have been waiting for the apointee so they could jump and I believe it was going to be a quagmire. He knows this person so why judge until we see. Judge Ginsburg has also set the stage for some very interesting questions and answers from the Senate Committee.

2:50 PM, October 07, 2005  
Anonymous Maureen Dowd said...

While the Bushies have been trying to reassure the right that W. knows Harry's heart, that she's a good Christian church lady who will vote in a way that will please them, Harry is probably working herself up to a good grudge against all those meanies who are savaging her as a lightweight apple polisher. Imagine! After she rechristened herself midlife as born again and Republican for them.


Even if she was going to be a loyal conservative jurist before, why should she be now, after all the loathsome things they've said?


The old maxim goes that a neoconservative is a liberal who got mugged by reality. But if you're a conservative mugged by conservatives, neo and paleo, it may have the opposite effect and turn you into ... David Souter!!!!

5:48 AM, October 08, 2005  
Blogger Mr. Toast said...

Yeah, that'll show real conviction! Change your philosophy of life because people were skeptical about how you were being advertised by the president who nominated you.

Your comments are merely a preemptive excuse to shift the blame in the event that Miers votes the way every one suspects she might and imply that you don't even believe she's going to make the grade.

7:38 PM, October 08, 2005  
Blogger Mark Moore (Moderator) said...

"Maureen" If she is a Christian, she will forgive. I am not worried about her faith. I beleive she is saved. I am concerned about her judicial philosophy.

I would rather have the laws interpreted by an agnostic whose view of the law independently coincides with the view of the Bible than a Christian who's brain is cluttered with anti-bibical statist thinking.

It is not her we are upset with anyway. She has been placed in a very unfair position.

9:58 AM, October 09, 2005  
Blogger AR1836 said...

"More 'Trust me' from the Republicans."

You're right;never trust a Republican.

3:18 PM, October 12, 2005  
Blogger Mr. Toast said...

Yeah, the Dems don't even bother giving lip service anymore. They're openly socialist. At least the Republican elites are still pretending that the party is conservative.

3:22 PM, October 12, 2005  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The President promised to nominate
conservatives that would not legislate from the bench when he ran for office, he is keeping that promise. Had he nominated someone like Janice Brown, the firestrom would have been terrible. We know that up front. I believe he has not made this choice seeking to divide the Republican Party or the Country. I believe he has sought council from God. It is easy to seat back and judge when you are not the one being judged.
Judge not neither will you be judged. Yes, the easy road for Republicans may have been for the nomination of a strong,pro-life Judge. The President knows Harriet
Miers,he has trusted her with his life as an attorney. She is a pioneer and a trailblazer, it is not easy being either. It takes vision, purpose, and a call of God on your life to carry you through to your destiny. How many of us miss it because someone tells us, we cannot be, what we may be called to be. I know I am the first Hispanic-American Republican Chair of Phillps County, Ar, the first Republican Chair in 20 years.The first Hispanic-American Chair of Mayor Weaver's Advisory Committee for City of West Helena,National Day of Prayer Coordinator for Phillips County. F. Anderson

10:58 AM, October 19, 2005  
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