Making one perfect Supreme Court pick is hard enough. Making a second one may be impossible, as the Bush administration is learning. John Roberts' cakewalk through the Senate has changed the calculus. The Democrats swear they won't be slow on the trigger for the next nominee. Republican women are anxious. The far right is determined to gain rather than lose ground on the court. And that's just the beginning.Bazelon reviews the possible choices here.
Wednesday, September 21, 2005
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