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Wednesday, October 12, 2005

It's Just Not Worth It

If this story is true, it would go a long way towards explaining the Miers pick.

Seems that once the White House decided to nominate a woman, several of the women on their short list told the White House that they weren't interested. It seems that being appointed to the Supreme Court isn't enough of a reason for some people to have their name, reputation, character, and judicial philosphy raked across the mud by the NY Times and Ted Kennedy.

But one thing I don't like. If the White House was faced with an ever shrinking list of female candidates, why didn't they scrap the affirmitive action plan and nominate a male?


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