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Tuesday, May 12, 2009

Media Calls on Supreme Court Appointments

I suppose that one of the downsides of trying to preserve the repuation of a jurist in light of political attacks is that you start getting lots and lots of calls from the media.  I am, unfortunately, extraordinarily busy these days, but, because I have sometimes found it helpful just to point callers to various posts, I have decided that I may try, anyway, to continue with a few more thoughts on various aspects of Judge Sotomayor's record.  These are soon to come.

I should say that my purpose in doing this is, however, not to push for any particular appointment to the Supreme Court.  I am motivated more by a sense of the disgrace (and this is the right word) involved with maligning the reputation of a truly special person, who has done much to better this world.  As far as I can tell, Obama has begun to focus in on a number of truly gifted persons like this, and so there will surely be only feast, and no famine, with whatever his choice turns out to be. 

Posted by Rob Kar on May 12, 2009 at 02:00 PM | Permalink


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