Kagan, Two Judges Said to Be Considered by Obama for High Court Vacancy
There are 2 comments on the Bloomberg Business News story from Apr 3, 2010, titled Kagan, Two Judges Said to Be Considered by Obama for High Court Vacancy. In it, Bloomberg Business News reports that:
The Obama administration, contemplating the possible retirement of U.S. Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens , is focusing on three candidates to succeed him, a White House official familiar with the deliberations said.
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#1 Apr 3, 2010
With the mood of the nation highly opposed to Obama's Marxist agenda and his fellow traveler Democrat Congress, Obama will find stiff resistance to any liberal he proposes to nominate to the Supreme Court. If Justice Stevens postpones his retirement to after the midterm elections, there is no way Obama will put another lib on the court. In fact, if he continues to send one lib after another to the Senate for confirmation, the vacancy on the Court will remain until after the 2012 elections when Obama will be given the boot and a Conservative sits in the White House. Then, a conservative will be nominated and confirmed to fill the vacancy. Bet on it!
#2 Apr 3, 2010
I hope you are right, Unimpressed Pragmatist. All we need is another air head on the Supreme Court. Janet Napolitano and the governor of Michigan are also being considered? Is this for real?
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