Carol Platt Liebau: Tomorrow's the Day?

Sunday, October 30, 2005

Tomorrow's the Day?

That's what the Washington Post -- along with everyone else -- seems to believe.

If that's the case, no doubt the President is offering the slot to his nominee this evening. Perhaps it's a good time to say a prayer that the President receive the guidance he needs to make the right pick for the Court, and for the country.

Scuttlebutt over at ConfirmThem suggests that Judge Samuel Alito of the Third Circuit is the guy. If that's the case, count me among the delighted. I like the cut of his jurisprudential jib.

2 Comments:

Anonymous Online Wong PoKér Hu said...

Alito is the sure pick. He has a very strong background and commands high respect from his peers. However some groups are questioning his nomination. More so people will object should he he appointed. Let's see if he can bring that courtroom integrity to the higher level.

7:10 PM  
Anonymous Online Wong PoKér Hu said...

Alito is the sure pick. He has a very strong background and commands high respect from his peers. However some groups are questioning his nomination. More so people will object should he he appointed. Let's see if he can bring that courtroom integrity to the higher level.

7:10 PM  

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