Tuesday, June 28, 2005


Turley on SCOTUS

One of my wife's old professors at GW Law and a regular on the cable news circuit, Jonathan Turley, has an excellent analysis of how a shift of one or two votes in the Supreme Court completely alters the face of American law. He also penned these lines:

"Yet, liberals have learned that there are actually judges to the right of Rehnquist, a number of whom are on the short list to replace him. It is like Luke Skywalker celebrating the demise of the Emperor only to learn that he was considered the mild-mannered runt of the litter."

That might make this process sound cooler than it really is, but reading the whole article shows the importance of this decision in terms of the country and President Bush's legacy.

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