Miers Withdraws

To the relief of many … Harriet has submitted her withdrawal letter and President Bush has accepted it.

Rumor has it that many qualified nominees asked to have their names removed from the list.
It seems that many DO NOT want to go through the 'process'.
I don't blame them. It is terrible.

Bush now has the chance to nominate a person who 'fits the mold' of who his biggest supporters believe should be on the bench.
He should not pick from the list of judges who were confirmed during the filibuster debacle of a few short months ago.

The way politics are today - he needs to pick someone who the 'far right' can fight to the death for.
The way politics are today - he needs to pick someone the 'far left' can 'live with'.
He needs to pick someone who HAS NOT worked in the White House.
He needs to recognize that there are qualified people in other states besides Texas.
He needs to pick someone who the American people can recognize as a judge and not an activist.
He needs to pick someone who can show strength of character while not promoting a personal agenda.

Is there such a person?
Good luck.

Posted by Dawn at October 27, 2005 9:10 AM