Wednesday, July 20, 2005

   This AP article serves up some interesting commentary. It quotes Judge Roberts as having said "I don't necessarily think that it's the best approach to have an all-encompassing philosophy." His point is a trenchant one; many legislators seem to forget that a jurist's deference should be to the constitution, and not to advancing politically popular initiatives those in keeping with his/her own views-under the guise of an "organic" view of the supreme law of the land.


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