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Tuesday, October 25, 2005

 

UH Daily Cougar Columnist David Salinas 'Would go off against any Bush judicial nominee' (Miers is just target of the moment)

I guess Salinas must be taking remedial courses or something that's aimed at the weak minded, because I've never been given an opportunity to "retake an exam" if I "don't do so well the first time around." Those are some really liberal professors that Salinas has, and well UH has some, maybe alot?

Salinas has a fear that "the United States Senate Judiciary Committee has the standards of a kindergarten teacher" and will end up confirming Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers, thus allowing her to become a Bush legacy. I'm thinking that Miers will not reach the hearings set for the early November, and she will step aside by choice or by plan. I'm thinking that President Bush, like Tom DeLay, plays a little chess. I'm know that Karl Rove certainly does, or else the President may have not gotten has far as he has.

In his tripe today "
Bush bungles again with Miers," Salinas proudly reports on the Senate's questionnaire that Miers completed, stating it was "the Senate's version of a take-home test on the Constitution, a questionnaire given to nominees in preparation for their confirmation hearings. Apparently, Miers failed." Has anyone ever see a questionnaire before Miers' was released.

As usual with a
David Salinas column don't forget to get out your permanent marker and write "lie" in big fat letters at a forty-five degree angle across the page. Look, the President can nominate anyone he wants to the Court, and in half of the cases of the last 50 years no nominee had judicial experience. Chief Justice William Rehnquist was not a judge, but he was skilled in constitutional law.

Salinas attacks Conservatives from the angle of bipartisanship, but of course bipartisanship only works when Conservatives agree with liberals, because liberals will never agree with Conservatives. He's worried about the country's judicial future because any nominee that Bush appoints will uphold laws that are good for America.

David does his best to discredit Miers to the point of noting so-called quotes that makes Miers look stupid. Salinas then turns to Conservatives 'who probably have received their faxes from the RNC' to degrade Miers, and lauds their comments. I'll bet that Salinas was dribbling on himself when he wrote that.

Miers hasn't said one word in her defense yet and Salinas and others have crucified her, and goes on to call 'on the carpet' W's conservatism. Hell, I would have thought that liberals would be ecstatic with all the increased spending.

And
Salinas statement that GWB has a "delusional belief that he really is the most brilliant man ever" is pure tripe. If anyone thought that they were the most brilliant ever it was definitely Bill and Hillary.

I don't think that
Miers will be confirmed. In the end, she will sacrifice herself for the good of the country. And unfortunately, David Salinas and other liberals will look at her stepping down as a victory.

Go
Janice Rogers Brown. Now that's a real Bush legacy.

Screw the libs!

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