Bush's judges conservative on rights

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    Then again, they could be trying to scare those Dems flocking to Bush now, with the idea that Roe will be overturned? Hmmmm :smoke:
     
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    Ah but if you think about it being conservative on rights is not bad. because if they are more willing to conserve rights we dont have to worry about activist judges changing rights.
     
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    didn't think of that, it could be. :dunno:
     
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    depends on what you mean by 'being conservative on rights'. Do we conserve civil rights and liberties while providing business and stuff with more?
     
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    well it could be one of the reasons they hate Bush so much. there are going to be Supreme Court openings this term. Roe V Wade was almost overturned years ago. I think there are quire a few libs scared of that happening because i dont think most americans want abortion legal.
     
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    OMG, I may be thinking like a Dem operative! :cool:
     
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    There will be one or possibly two openings for new appointments during the next term. I think this is the major reason why liberals are going postal this election. They know they will be doomed to the scrap heap of history (where they belong) if sanity reasserts itself. :D

    Now if there was only a way to get rid of Ruth Badgirl-Ginsberg! :dev2:
     
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    Actually, I am thinking most libs havent even thought about the Supreme Court openings. I dont think anyone has. I mean yeah the pro infanticide crowd probably has. but I think a majority of Libs just plain hate Bush. there isnt anything rational about it.
     

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