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Friday, July 22, 2005

Grasping at French Fries: Evaluting Judge Roberts

FriesSince so much has been said about Supreme Court nominee Judge Roberts, I thought I might as well get my two cents out there.   Over at Balkinization, I argue that we can only speculate extremely weakly about Judge Roberts.  There just isn't a lot to go on, so we're grasping for straws . . . or French fries, as Kim Scheppele, my Balkinization co-blogger, looks to.  In the end, I suggest that we just don't have enough to go on, and that perhaps the only thing we can be certain of is that the Bush Administration did its homework. 

Posted by Daniel Solove on July 22, 2005 at 12:02 AM in Constitutional thoughts, Daniel Solove | Permalink

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