Janice Rogers Brown

Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by Rower_CPU, Nov 5, 2003.

  1. Rower_CPU Moderator emeritus


    Oct 5, 2001
    San Diego, CA
    Even after the successful Estrada filibuster, Bush continues to nominate far right-wing justices.


  2. Frohickey macrumors 6502a

    Feb 27, 2003
    Far right wing? Janice Rogers Brown?

    If anything, Justice Brown is more of a libertarian, than anything else. She is eminently qualified for the DC Court of Appeals. The Democrats just don't want someone on the bench that can read the US Constitution and see what is and isn't there.

    Weird thing is that Republicans are not averse to Janice Brown. This is party that has a group that would like to have government mandate religion. I think Justice Brown would clamp down on that in a heartbeat.

    She's actually very good for 4th amendment and 5th amendment rights. You won't see me complaining about that.
  3. zimv20 macrumors 601


    Jul 18, 2002
    oh look, there goes the moderate bush nominating yet another moderate judge. my, how the country has moved left in the past few decades. and will the american-hating liberals try to block the nomination?

    why can't the socialist-commie-let-terrorists-bomb-our-liberal-public-education-schools democrats just agree with bush and stop hating america?

  4. Frohickey macrumors 6502a

    Feb 27, 2003
    Actually, I would rather that the way it works is that if a judicial office is not filled within 2 years, the office goes away PERMANENTLY.

    And the only way to fill it again, is to open another judicial slot, which takes another 2 years to get back.

    So, lets say the DC slot has been vacant for 2 years, it goes away. To get it back, another 2 years has to pass before the slot is opened.
  5. Desertrat macrumors newbie

    Jul 4, 2003
    Terlingua, Texas
    To judge the entire "New Deal" as good because of Social Security doesn't give any sort of true picture. And, as it has become, Social Security is a Ponzi Scheme, to be charitable...

    There are a lot of things that might be considered "good" if provided by our government, but that doesn't mean they meet the test of Constitutionality.

    If she's that strict on interpretation, I'd like to see somebody bring a lot of the anti-terror laws into her court. :)

  6. SPG macrumors 65816


    Jul 24, 2001
    In the shadow of the Space Needle.
    Sounds more like an ultra conservative hack with an agenda than an impartial arbiter of the law. Back to the minor leagues, or better yet, off to retirement.

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