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Thursday, September 22, 2005

UNLIKE GINSBURG, ROBERTS NOT "MAINSTREAM" ENOUGH 
As you've probably heard, Judge Roberts' nomination was voted out of committee today 13 to 5. The Gang of 5 responsible for the "No" votes include Democrat luminaries Biden, Feinstein, Durbin, Kennedy, and Schumer--all of whom are sucking up to NARAL and the rest of the fringe left for early "base" support in '08. These votes prove that no one is good enough for the Democrats, acting simply in their "advise and consent" role, unless that person is pro-abortion, pro-gay marriage, pro-property confiscation, etc. This is why the Democrats will not lead the country in the foreseeable future.

I saw the most bizzarre interview with Alan Dershowitz today on Court TV (click here for his column on Roberts). He suggested that Justices Breyer and Ginsburg were "mainstream" nominees. Maybe if the pool of potential candidates were taken from the faculty of Harvard University or an Iraq War protest. In the real world, people like Breyer and Ginsburg are social radicals who exaggerate their roles as justices in order to create "rights" and a class-based system of law, despite constitutional restraints plainly implied by the text of the document itself. Further, both of these justices were voted on by a majority of Republican senators, but not because they approved of the nominees' radical ideologies. Instead, the Republican senators possess tact and an understanding of their constitutional role.

The Democrats lack any constitutional understanding whatsoever, and, moreover, don't even understand that they are out of power. Consequently, the rest of us will continue to watch these losers slink into oblivion, aligning themselves with radical leftist groups and taking positions clearly outside the mainstream of the country. At this rate, they'll never hold power again.
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