Tuesday, March 27, 2007

Fred Thompson and Supreme Court Nominees

This is the first I have seen to address Supreme Court nominees - remember Fred Thompson sherpherded Cheif Justice Roberts and Justice Alito through the Senate, so he has some record in that respect.

It is dead certain that the next president will nominate at least one more justice to the Supreme Court and highly likely that he could appoint two or even three. All domestic policy issues pivot around the federal judiciary. It is almost impossible to overestimate the importance of having a president who could pick men and women with “the right stuff” to be on the Supreme Court. How effectively could Fred Thompson do this?

[The Rest of the Story]

Consider this: when President Bush needed someone to shepherd his nomination of John Roberts as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, he picked none other than Fred Thompson to do it. Why would Thompson have been so effective in this role? (Go read the article to find out about his wit, genailty and abiliutyto maneuver in DC)

Courtesy of Bruce Walker at WebCommentary

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