Carol Platt Liebau

Thursday, February 24, 2005

Finally back in California after a long day of travel!

Things on the Judiciary Committee don't seem to have changed much . . . As set forth in Human Events, Chuck Schumer has made it clear that he is unwilling to work in good faith with Republicans -- even to give qualified judicial nominees the courtesy of an up-or-down vote on the Senate floor. In other words, Schumer knows these nominees have majority support, and he's willing to continue distorting Senate rules and tradition in pursuit of his partisan political goals.

Other news from the hard core: Ralph Nader continues his bizarre conspiracy theories.

All of this is pretty thin gruel, coming from the left -- the political ideology that styles itself as the home of the "intellectuals." Violating any sense of fair play, throwing around desperate allegations . . . not the marks of an ideological movement on the march back to power.


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