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October 01, 2002


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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