Monday, October 03, 2005

Lessons not learned- Bush's newest "Brownie Moment"

No time to post anything of substance today but some food for thought:

"Harriet Miers is a capable lawyer, a hard worker, and a kind and generous person. She would be an reasonable choice for a generalist attorney, which is indeed how George W. Bush first met her. She would make an excellent trial judge: She is a careful and fair-minded listener. But US Supreme Court?
In the White House that hero worshipped the president, Miers was distinguished by the intensity of her zeal: She once told me that the president was the most brilliant man she had ever met." (my italics)
David Frum, National Review Online, via

This woman needs to... meet more men, apparently.

Also, note the source of this quote. This from the National Review?

My prediction: the Senate won't confirm her. Thoughts?


At 3:58 AM, Blogger Berlinbound said...

She will not be confirmed ... Bush is over, his star has fallen, and America has finally awakened from it's narcotic-like state of dull and selfish denial ... 'Reality' is once again a definable term ...

... "The alarm clock rings ..."


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