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Unfortunately, this nomination will get enough Republican and Democratic support to go through. It's a shame because this is a perfect opportunity for some bipartisanship. Republicans and Democrats should be united in rejecting this uniquely unqualified nominee.The conservative groups in a tizzy will get over it. They'll moan and whine like they often do but come 2006 and 2008, they'll be canvassing neighborhoods for Republicans because they have nowhere else to go... and Bush and his cronies (e.g. Miers) know it.
Say what you will about politics, at least Roberts seemed like a smart, thoughtful, experienced man capable of performing his duties on the Supreme Court. There never was much argument about that. Miers, on the other hand, doesn't even know that her name should be spelled Meyers if she wants it to be pronounced that way.
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