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Wednesday, October 05, 2005
They Eat Their Own

Will in happier times

This morning in the Washington Post, George Will, prig and self-avowed crypto-racist, joins the right wing pack hounding the unscuffed presidential cowboy boots of the Crony-in-Chief:

It is not important that she [Harriet Miers] be confirmed…because there is no evidence that she is among the leading lights of American jurisprudence…He [President Bush] has neither the inclination nor the ability to make sophisticated judgments about competing approaches to construing the Constitution…the president has forfeited his right to be trusted as a custodian of the Constitution…The president announced, surely without fathoming the implications, his belief in identity politics…The crowning absurdity of the president's wallowing in such nonsense is the obvious assumption that the Supreme Court is, like a legislature, an institution of representation.

The right wing, since old Harry’s nomination, has filed for divorce from their Prince Not-Quite-So-Charming.
Reagan’s favorite pet pundit kicks poor Dubya’s judicial baggage to the curb with the same vehemence the first Mrs. Will used to defenestrate the randy columnist’s own effects in 1987.
Can you hear the splash of my big crocodile tears?
I urge the rightwing to take small bites and to chew with painstaking care.

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