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October 05, 2005

Reliable Votes

Here's an interesting letter sent to Jonah Goldberg.
The most interesting part:

"I get the impression that only reliable vote that many of those who are supporting Miers care about is on abortion. I have many issues that concern me as least as much or more than abortion. Where does Miers stand on federalism issues? What are her views of the commerce clause? How would she have voted on Kelo? Campaign finance reform? Has she even thought about any of this?"

Likewise I would ask have any of her defenders even thought about any of this? And don't tell me to trust the President, because he broke his trust on campaign finance reform, and his federalism is highly, highly suspect. What does Dr. Dobson think about the commerce clause?

Posted by Matt at October 5, 2005 11:17 AM

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Actually, I could care less if Miers lays her head on the bench and sleeps through every commerce clause-federalist-Kelo-campaign finance reform-and whatever issue brought before the Supreme Court!

And if after she wakes up from her nap, it wouldn't bother me if she flipped a coin to determine her position on these issues!

Because with a coin flip, the odds are that we will win some and lose some. So what's the big deal about that?

But 40,000,000 dead babies since 1974, now that is a blight which needs to be stopped at whatever the costs.

William Wilberforce was a one issue English politician and his name is still revered 172 years later.

And if Miers is a one issue justice and is able to help overturn Roe vs Wade, her name will held in high esteem even longer: for eternity.

Posted by: Larry at October 5, 2005 11:13 PM