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Monday, October 31, 2005

Han Solo weighs in on Judicial Nominees

Lending proof to the theorem that there is a relevant Star Wars quote for any situation, the Alito nomination brings to mind this one from the galaxy's most likeable rogue:
Bring ‘em on! I prefer a straight fight to all this sneaking around.

NRO's Mark Levin appears to have caught a fighting spirit himself, stating that "If [Alito] is not qualified to serve on the Supreme Court, then no conservative is qualified. "

And over at Redstate, the mood is jovial as Pejman Yousefzadeh dubs Alito "The Anti-Miers."

Incidentally, the Miers nomination was met with the classic Star Wars refrain,"I've got a bad feeling about this."

2 Comments:

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Blogger James Young said...

As usual, Mark Levin gets the point. What no one in the so-called mainstream media will do is ask someone like Chuckie Schumer something like "Well, Senator Schumer, please identify at least one conservative, pro-life individual for whom you would vote for the Supreme Court." Schumer couldn't or wouldn't, which makes every empty appeal he tries to make to objective criteria nothing more than a fig leaf to hide his ideological opposition.

11:26 AM

 

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