Sunday, May 29, 2005

Bush's Supreme Court Judges

Of course the fili activities the past few weeks have much more to do with the coming nominees to the Supreme Court and the next Chief Justice

Coming Nominees

Bush will probably nominate either Anthony Scalia or Clarence Thomas and either would be a great selection. They do something that the left hates, which is to rule based on the constitution and not advocate from the bench. Of course the left is not happy that Bush will put his blue print on the court with a Chief Justice and one if not two or three Justices. But hey, they forget that 52% of America voted strongly for Bush and gave him a strong mandate. The left has tried to discredit the mandate but they can't.

I find it especially humorous to read things like this from the ultra liberals:

Liberals predict a major fight if Bush nominates someone in the mold of Thomas and Scalia, or anyone viewed as too conservative. "If [Bush] puts a nominee up whose record is hostile to individual rights, this administration will be igniting a firestorm of opposition around the country," said Nan Aron, director of the Alliance for Justice, which helped block the confirmation of Robert Bork to the Supreme Court in the late 1980s. "I think it will be a fight that will shape our lives for decades."

It will shape our lives for decades and America voted in a major statement of 52% to 48% telling everyone except I guess Nan Aron that they wanted Justices who ruled per the constitution and did not legislate from the bench. Via President Bush's mandate re-election.