Wednesday, September 21, 2005
Shut up, Arlen.
Specter is not doing a good job of showing his gratitude to Bush and others who held their noses and supported his last run for the Senate against a strong conservative challenger.
Or for those Senators who supported his bid for Senate Judiciary Chairman, despite vigorous grassroots opposition (including my own.)
Now, he's trying to tell Bush (PUBLICLY) to leave Sandra D. on the Court a little longer. The only possible reason would be to squeeze one more series of rulings (the Court opens its Fall session in October) based on Sandy's "how do I feel today" judicial philosophy.
Specter can still be removed from the chairmanship. If he torpedoes a qualified nominee, he should be.
Specter needs to be removed, period. Not just pulling GOP support, but actively campaigning against him. Take the loss if necessary, it'll hardly be noticed during votes since we can't depend on the SOB anyway.Post a Comment