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Strategies for a discontinuous future.












Tuesday, November 23, 2004
 


Politics of the Day

"...Just to clarify: In order to claim the chairmanship of the Judiciary Committee, Arlen Specter was forced to abandon future personal or independent judgment�the very judgment the people of Pennsylvania elected him to exercise. He has pledged�in advance of knowing who they are�to endorse the president's judicial nominees...

Is it ironic that judicial nominees may not speculate at their confirmation hearings about how they will vote in future cases, but the chairman of the Judiciary Committee himself cannot be seated until he's pledged in advance to confirm those unknown nominees?"

Welcome to your future - you have been divided and conquered.

-- umair // 1:02 PM //


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