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October 13, 2005

Harriet Miers and the Federalist Society. Or Not.

October 13, 2005 | By | 2 Comments

Houston, we’ve got a problem. Or, rather, Harriet Miers does.

Remember how much trouble John Roberts got into for being a member of the Federalist Society?

That’s nothing compared to the trouble Harriet Miers is going to be in for NOT being a member.

According to the Drudge Report, based on a transcript of sworn tesimony Miers gave in 1990 in a voting rights case, she testified that she would not belong to the Federalist Society because it was “too politically charged.”

Well, how ’bout the NAACP? They asked her: Is it “too politically charged?”

No.

So.

Wonder who the President’s next nominee will be?

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  1. Victor

    LOL!!! You are a riot Lady!!! Great punch line. Well, I’ll tell you who I think the next nominee will be. If The Pres feels as if he were embarassed, out done, pushed around, out manuevered or defeated, then we are sure to get A.G. Alberto Gonzales as the next nominee for the SCOTUS. It will be a “Take That!” pure and simple. Good blog.

    Victor,

    R. A. reader

  2. Charmaine, This nomination get uglier by the day. As I say on my site as a lead in to your statement, Harriet Meirs’ nomination for the Supreme Court now hinges on the president’s stubbornness. I know of no serious Conservative that supports her nomination. The opposition has moved from just opposing to rumblings of getting the president to withdraw her name — and the rumblings get louder every day as little tidbits of her background and philosophy surface.

    V/R Chuck Bloomer, http://www.libertycall.us

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