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Friday, October 28, 2005
Harriet Miers, a 60-year-old woman with no judicial experience was nominated by President Bush to sit on the bench of the highest court in the nation. After much criticism from the bi-partisan crowd, Miers turned down the nomination.

Without going into much detail (as there is plenty on the subject floating about the internet), I am relieved that Miers stepped down. This gives hope that the conservative's in the nation are still working. It is no secret that Clinton treated his liberal's like excrement with disappointment after disappointment, yet they still want to believe that he was the greatest President of all time. This is just the indicative thought-process of said individuals; punching bags of their leader's.

At any rate, I am glad that not only is the conservative mind still functioning (quite well), but also that this is a great opportunity for the Bush administration. I hope that President Bush will take this chance to make a more educated decision as to who will eventually sit on the Supreme Court.


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