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Archive for the 'Harriet Miers' Category

Once Again, Its An Imam Robertson Update

by @ Saturday, October 15th, 2005. Filed under Harriet Miers, Moonbats, Supreme Court

Its been awhile, but I knew it wouldn’t be long before the self-appointed Pope of Virginia Beach opened his mouth again.
What do Hugo Chavez and Harriet Miers have in common?
Pat Robertson: The rhetorical hit man who opined several weeks ago that Chavez, the Venezuelan president, should be assassinated now has thrown down the gauntlet for [...]

Just Another Version Of “Trust Me”

by @ Thursday, October 13th, 2005. Filed under Harriet Miers, Supreme Court

As the vultures continue to circle over the nomination of Harriet Miers, the White House is dismissing critics of the nomination calling for its withdrawal
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – The White House on Thursday dismissed critics of Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers who want her to withdraw from consideration amid new questions about her conservative credentials.
Spokesman Scott [...]

The Miers Nomination And Religion

by @ Wednesday, October 12th, 2005. Filed under Harriet Miers, Supreme Court

As I noted earlier today, President Bush stated earlier today that Harriet Miers’ religious faith was one of the motivating factors for her nomination. Obviously realizing the problems that this statement creates, the White House is now backtracking from the statement.
WASHINGTON (CNN) — President Bush suggested Wednesday that Harriet Miers’ evangelical Christian beliefs were part [...]

The Miers Nomination: The Voice Of The Public

by @ Wednesday, October 12th, 2005. Filed under Harriet Miers, Supreme Court

Both Glenn Reynolds and Stephen Bainbridge are running polls about the Miers nomination on their blogs. Internet polls are not scientific, obviously, but they are interesting and, currently at least, things aren’t looking good for the Administration.
You can vote in Instapundit’s poll here and view the results here.
Professor Bainbridge’s poll is posted here and the [...]

Harriet and George: The Texas Years

by @ Wednesday, October 12th, 2005. Filed under Harriet Miers, Supreme Court

Via the Smoking Gun we have copies of correspondence between Harriet Miers and George W. Bush during the time Bush was Governor of Texas.
Heh

Why Harriet ? Part II

by @ Wednesday, October 12th, 2005. Filed under Harriet Miers, Supreme Court

In a press statement today, President Bush revealed one of the reasons he believes Harriet Miers is the best choice for the Supreme Court. If anything, its likely to cause more controversy.
WASHINGTON (AP) – President Bush said Wednesday that Harriet Miers’ religious beliefs figured into her nomination to the Supreme Court as a top-ranking Democrat [...]

Trusting W

by @ Wednesday, October 12th, 2005. Filed under Harriet Miers, Supreme Court

KJ at No Government Cheese has posted this excellent essay with his answer to President Bush’s request to “Trust me” when it comes to the selection of Harriet Miers for Associate Justice of the Supreme Court.
Should we trust Bush on this subject? In a word: NO.
Think for a moment about the Supreme Court decisions of [...]

A New Entrant In The Space Race

by @ Wednesday, October 12th, 2005. Filed under Harriet Miers, Supreme Court

The world woke up today to news that China had launched its second manned mission into space, sending two astronauts into space for a five day mission.
The launch, which went off without a hitch at 9 a.m., fit into an ambitious program to establish a permanent orbiting laboratory and land an unmanned vehicle on the [...]

The Coming Crack Up

by @ Wednesday, October 12th, 2005. Filed under Harriet Miers, Republicans, Supreme Court

Is the nomination of Harriet Miers the catalyst for the collapse of the libertarian-conservative alliance that was built during the Cold War and has survived largely thanks to the bastards who organized 9/11 ?
This article at Outside the Beltway makes a strong argument in favor of that proposition.
The nomination of Harriet Miers to the Supreme [...]

Still More On Miers

by @ Tuesday, October 11th, 2005. Filed under Harriet Miers, Supreme Court

In today’s Washington Times, Bruce Fein goes after the critics of the critics.
The patently lame arguments of defenders of Harriet Miers’ O Henry-like surprise nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court confirm her unsuitability. She should graciously withdraw and spare the Supreme Court and herself embarrassment.
According to the owlish observation of former House Speaker Newt Gingrich, [...]

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