What's Not To Like About Judge Robert's?
Wow! 1984 and Judge Roberts already seemed to sense that Michael was a rolling disaster looking for a brick wall to crash into
".......encouraging homemakers to become lawyers contributes to the common good." --Judge John Roberts.
That honest observation, or opinion is sure to bring the crazies out of the woodwork. I think I hear flapping wings. Big Bubba is grateful that he had a stay at home mom. Mom did work from time to time at jobs that did not interfere with her homemaking. There is a serious ongoing discussion amongst women about whether or not to be a stay at home mom.
The American Bar Association, on August 17, 2005, declared that Judge John Roberts "well-qualified" to succeed Sandra Day O'Connor on the Supreme Court. Toss a coin, cross your fingers and hope for the best when that crew "likes" someone. Could Judge Roberts be one of those pesky stealth liberal judges that Republican Presidents are infamous for appointing to courts?
Who's your daddy? "Leahy Follows Orders" Ralph Neas says, "Jump." He asks, "How high?"
Big Bubba likes this guy, I really like this guy,
Roberts was wary of 'Reaganism'
August 20, 2005
As a young White House lawyer, Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts Jr. cautioned against allowing President Reagan to say the United States was "the greatest nation God ever created," saying he feared it would lead to political ridicule. In an Oct. 11, 1984, memo, Judge Roberts wrote that according to the biblical book of Genesis, "God creates things like the heavens and the earth, and the birds and the fishes, but not nations. "The phrase strikes me as ill-advised and, particularly in light of the focus on the religion and politics issue, a likely candidate for the 'Reaganism of the Week,' " he wrote White House counsel Fred Fielding, his boss at the time.
Judge Roberts may have to tune up his politically correct speech a tad,
"As a lawyer in the Reagan White House, John Roberts scoffed at the notion of elevating Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor to chief justice as a way to close a political gender gap, calling it a "crass political consideration."
Whew, such politically incorrect speech may attract crazies with agendas. Of course he has already attracted a considerable army of crazies with agendas, but, I guess there is always room for one more.
This certainly sounds encouraging,
A few months after turning 30, Roberts wrote that senior Justice Department officials, in rejecting his earlier advice on a subject, had decided the Constitution "did not mean what it said".
The progressive liberal pseudo intellectual demoracists are getting desperate on this one. If anyone has evidence of unpaid John Roberts parking tickets please forward them ASAP to Howard "Aaaaarghhh" Dean at the demoracist National Committee Headquarters.
Big Bubba believes that while Judge John Roberts will be confirmed as the next Supreme Court Justice the trip to the destination will be most entertaining.