Wednesday, July 20, 2005

On Confirmation

If Schmuck Chumer wants to vote against John Roberts because he doesn't "answer" the Schmuck's questions about how he'll vote in potential cases, then fine. I don't care what the Schmuck does. The point is that his constitutional role in SCOTUS confirmation is voting up or down on the president's nominee. He may try and fillibuster, but it won't work as the gang of 14 won't let them. Then he'll go down in flames, shown, once again, to the be the partisan hack doing the bidding of the America-hating lefty smear groups that he is. Go for it, Schmuck, and make sure you're standing next to Ted Kennedy and Hillary while the Demtanic sinks to the bottom of the political ocean.