Thursday, July 14, 2005

Picking Ultra-Conservative Would Do Bush Well

Picking the most ultra-conservative for Sandra Day O'Connor's justice seat would be the most politically expedient move for the President.

In practical terms, picking a judicial nominee as close to Jerry Falwell as possibly would quickly shift attention away from the Karl Rove crisis while, at the same time, give Christian conservatives--Bush's most devouted followers--exactly what they crave; a vote closer to overturning Roe vs. Wade.

This equation is nothing new to the Bush administration, just a new wrinkle in the method of shifting the public's attention during heady situations to stories capable of dividing the American people. Gay marriage was the last time this principle was used in addition to every single terrorist attack around the world.


MrYosemite said...

I'm gonna have to put my vote in for J-Lo, I think the bench needs some hot latin blood that, as far as I can tell, probably likes it in the booty.

I like those...Latin girls, Latin girls....Rican girls, Rican girls....Spanish girls, Spanish girls. Hey, call your cousins 'cause I know you got dozens of them.

Would ya! Oh yes in deed - I WOULD!

Anonymous said...

Where did you find it? Interesting read »