argument #631,544 against John Roberts
By Diogenes (articles ) | Sep 08, 2005
Not being incompetent, slothful, improvident, or unfortunate, he hasn't experienced the effects of incompetence, sloth, improvidence, or misfortune. Dare we trust such a man with the Constitution?
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Posted by: Fr. William -
Sep. 10, 2005 10:58 PM ET USA
Good ol' Richard Cohen is off his meds.... again! By his illogic, Cohen's pick for the SCOTUS justice post has to have actually experienced the following in order to serve on the court: transgenderism; the gay lifestyle; AIDS; abortion; failed college; terrorism, oil for food, etc... What is amazing is that a newspaper would print his essay... but then again, he does write for the Washington Post.