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Tuesday, September 21, 2021

It Ain’t a Sure Thing

History has made it clear that picking an ideological sure thing in a Supreme Court nominee is like choosing a Triple Crown winner in horseracing. You pay your money and you take your chances.

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The Bad, The Worse and the Ugly

Welcome to Conflagration Central, otherwise known as Washington, D.C. We unfortunate denizens are beyond exhausted from observing repeat rounds of the low state of American politics’ never-ending series of bar brawls. We will be all the more drained after we observe the pending battle between the fire-breathing, over-reaching, power-drunk far Right-ies and the limp, listless Left-ies. That, as each side seeks to destroy the other over the next U.S. Supreme Court nominee.

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A Political Minefield

Dwight D. Eisenhower called his Supreme Court appointments the “biggest damn fool mistake I ever made.” Richard Nixon unwittingly named the future liberal author of Roe v. Wade. George H.W. Bush’s choice now evokes a GOP grumble, “No more Souters!”

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A High-Stakes Game for Bush

The potentially explosive choice of a new Supreme Court justice creates a maze of political risks for President Bush, with a wrong move either angering his conservative base or igniting a partisan brawl that could sink the rest of his second-term agenda.

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