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WillyT Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Oct-28-06 07:52 PM
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"How Bad Is It !?!?" - WillyT's Version (Apologies To Al)
Edited on Sat Oct-28-06 07:57 PM by WillyT
You know they're all soiling themselves, when movement leader and neocon knucklehead William Kristol is pleading with rePukes to turn out to save the Senate form the Dems and their wild-eyed liberal judicial appointments, LOL!!!

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The ridiculous discovery by the New Jersey Supreme Court last week of a constitutional requirement to extend the rights incident to marriage to same-sex couples is a useful reminder of what is at stake in arguments over judicial activism. Obviously, the federal courts matter even more than the individual state courts. And yet, so far as THE WEEKLY STANDARD has been able to determine, no Senate candidate and no independent group is running ads on the issue of judges. Nor are the candidates making this issue a centerpiece of their campaigns.

There is still time to remind voters of Virginia and Tennessee, of Missouri and Montana, all reasonably conservative states, of what is at stake as they cast their Senate votes. There is still time to remind the voters of Pennsylvania and Ohio, also reasonably conservative states, of what is at stake. There is still time to remind the voters of New Jersey that Robert Menendez's first vote upon being elevated to the Senate was to filibuster their own Samuel Alito.

The issue of judges is both substantively important and politically advantageous to Republican Senate candidates. They don't have that much else going for them. It would be good if President Bush, the Republican committees, the independent groups, and the candidates themselves reminded voters that when they cast their votes for senator on November 7, they are also helping to determine the shape of the federal courts.

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Link: http://www.weeklystandard.com/Content/Public/Articles/0...

I wonder if Kristol's ever seen the movie CaddyShack??? Hey Bill... it's ALL riding on this one putt, you putz!!!



Billy, Billy, Billy... Oh Billy...

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eleny Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Sat Oct-28-06 08:03 PM
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1. Kristol always reminds me of the German tank commander in Kelly's Heroes
Edited on Sat Oct-28-06 08:25 PM by eleny
Karl-Otto Alberty. He's the one who blasted the hole in the bank to get a cut of the loot.

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