Friday, May 1, 2009

Walking to the Plate on SCOTUS

A warm-up exercise on the upcoming Supreme Court appointment.

Michelle Malkin reports some comments from legal analysts made on possible SCOTUS nominations. Here is one sample:
Judge Sotomayor’s personal views may cloud her jurisprudence. As Judge Sotomayor explained in a 2002 speech at Berkeley, she believes it is appropriate for a judge to consider their “experiences as women and people of color” in their decisionmaking, which she believes should “affect our decisions.”
My guess is that of the three discussed, Obama will like her, but want someone even more contemporary Progressive. Feminism and racism is so '70s.

1 comment:

VH said...

It's just what we need, another Quota Queen.