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October 01, 2002

Kettle-Pot-Black

Bruce Fein, the deputy attorney general for the hack political Attorney General for Ronald Reagan who led the politicization of judicial appointees has this gem in the Washington Times:

In sharp contrast to partisan politicians who populate Congress and the White House, federal judges customarily decide cases within a narrow range of interpretive legal conventions unswayed by partisanship or the identities of the parties.
Yeah right-- and the names Bush and Gore on the 2000 case had no effect on the 5-4 decision.

Posted by Nathan at October 1, 2002 07:33 AM

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