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Friday, July 08, 2005

Now Rehnquist?

My general policy is to believe about half of what I read on Drudge.  Admittedly, it is sometimes difficult to know which half to believe. 

But this I know: Rehnquist either will or will not announce is retirement today.  Drudge's headline says he will:

BUSH GETS TWO:
REPORT: REHNQUIST RETIRES; TO BE ANNOUNCED TONIGHT

Posted by Hillel Levin on July 8, 2005 at 04:32 PM in Law and Politics | Permalink

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I came to the same conclusion:

my blawg post in which I confidently predict, based on Drudge, Novak [as quoted by Drudge, I should have caveated], and Fox all agreed: "it's possible that maybe conceivably Chief Justice Rehnquist is announcing his retirement".

And, as I concluded,

"the main thing we have to go on is rumors. Rumors, and innuendo. Our two main sources are rumors, and innuendo, and totally unfounded guesswork. Our three, three basic sources of information are rumors, innuendo, totally unfounded guesswork and hallucinogenic mushrooms.

Nobody expected the Rehnquist resignation! /monty python"

Posted by: Eh Nonymous | Jul 10, 2005 6:16:12 PM

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