Sunday, September 04, 2005

Question Of The Week, 9/4/05

I lost track of what day this is, so I'm a little (lot) late. So I will make it short. This weeks Question Of The Week is. Now that President Bush will be nominating a second Supreme Court Justice will our Attorney General, Alberto Gonzales be the next nominee? I will post my answer in the comment section Monday.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic

8 Comments:

Blogger David Schantz said...

By now you all know President Bush has nominated Judge Roberts again, this time to take the center seat of the Chief Justice. Bush says he will make another nomination soon. I think it will be Alberto Gonzales.

God Bless America, God Save The Republic.

10:53 AM  
Blogger Unadulterated Underdog said...

I am glad Bush nominated Roberts for the Chief Justice position. First of all, he's a good moderate candidate who doesn't seem to adhere to any extremist views. Second, he's the best we can expect from Bush. I honestly pray that his confirmation hearings will go well and swift.

11:39 AM  
Blogger John said...

I still don't think Gonzalez will be his next choice. Plenty of others to choose from. I bet we will all be suprised. Bush never ceases to suprise me. And his political skills seem to always be underestimated.

12:08 PM  
Blogger Josh Ondich said...

I like your blog. It is Josh Ondich from The Democratic Reform Caucus. I improved the intro theme to it's main agenda. I was a Peroutka supporter last year. I think from a constitutional prespective you would really like what i am doing. It is for some to step up to the plate and try to change things, eventhough there is a posibility of failure. I believe a true failure is when you don't try or give up. I think John Roberts might be nominated after all as cheif justice.

10:14 PM  
Blogger Scriptor said...

Probably not, if Bush has already passed Roberts over he will do so again. B

4:43 PM  
Blogger The Sovereign Editor said...

Unless Bush abandons his 'don't make too many waves/treading on eggshells' policy, I don't think it is even remotely likely that he will nominate Gonzales. Remember the torture memo? Bush had to deal with that when nominating him for attorney general. The frequently timid Bush is unlikely to make such a bold move twice. Although, I can't understand why. He doesn't have reelection to worry about. Republicans control Congress. This is a time to get the things that need to be done done.

12:52 PM  
Blogger Gindy said...

No way. The real question is will the President have the courage to appoint an originalist or will try to replace O'Connor with a "moderate."

10:39 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

He made it home safely and received an honorable discharge from the Marine Corps July 15, 2005.

6:25 AM  

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