Oct 9, 2005

Our commander will never learn.

So our miserable excuse for leader of the free world has decided to nominate Harriet Miers to replace Sandra Day O'Conner for the supreme court bench. If Harriet receives the go ahead from Congress she'll be the first sitting supreme court justice who's never served as a judge.

I'm sensing a theme that our commander in chief has a thing for appointing inexperienced personnel. After the Mike Brown fiasco I assumed he would learn from that deadly mistake. Maybe he just thinks the constitution is not that important or maybe he's suffering from his frontal lobotomy. Okay maybe he didn't have arcane brain surgery, but it would explain a lot if he did.

I think Bush should just go all out and appoint the Reverend Al Sharpton and piss off everyone. Al could sit at the Congressional hearings and scream "no justice no peace" for every question given. Orin Hatch would then have a massive stroke while Chuck Schumer finally breaks down and admits he's a big fan of Sweet Valley High books.

"I think with a lifetime appointment to the Supreme Court, you can't play, you know, hide the salami, or whatever it's called." - Howard Dean

Conservatives spar over Miers nomination

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