Thursday, January 12, 2006

One Question...

When is it wrong to harshly question a Supreme Court nominee?

Oh, and if his name isn't on anything referring to this group, why did he LIE, yes LIE and mention that he was a member? Puzzling.

I'm Joe and that's how I see it.


At Sunday, January 15, 2006 2:37:00 AM , Blogger armchair soulbrotha said...

i don't think it's ever wrong - as long as it is relevant. i find such confirmation hearings to be one of the worst sorts of political posturing there is. for some senators to suggest that "the american people have the right to know your views on x,y,z, as they pertain to such hot-button issues" gives people the wrong idea. the courts simply say what they think the law is ... it is the congressperson or the executive that may ultimately change it.

that being said, it would be nice for people to admit basic information ... the bork hearings made this sort of proceeding a really whacked out phenomenon


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