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Justice Alito

As Samuel A. Alito Jr., rises to the highest bench in the land, on a partisan vote of 58-42, a new poll shows the Democratic Party seizing the advantage on Iraq, the economy, health care, immigration, ethics and other issues.

Justice Alito

Animal As Samuel A. Alito Jr., rises to the highest bench in the land, on a partisan vote of 58-42, a new poll shows the Democratic Party seizing the advantage on Iraq, the economy, health care, immigration, ethics and other issues.

Time for a food fight.

Geoff
Posted 01/31/2006 01:33:49 PM
It's a shame that Dems like to tar judges whose underlying philosophy is not to make stuff up and to stick to the law and the Constitution.

Republicans did not make an issue out of Ginsberg, even though she was an ACLU lawyer. Why? Unless someone is totally bad, the President should get who he wants.

And for everyone who thinks Roe is a good legal decision, please tell me how the rights of a fetus change because 9 is divisible by 3. If the human gestation period was a prime number, how would that affect the rights of the unborn?
TrekMedic251
Posted 01/31/2006 08:41:47 PM
Nice pic of Howard Dean, Dan.  Where did you find it?
Daniel Rubin
Posted 01/31/2006 09:00:15 PM
Actually that is the future Senator Blutarsky. I'm guessing Democrat.
Geoff
Posted 01/31/2006 11:33:27 PM
Dan,

Just remembered...

the economy, immigration?

The economy has been doing well and going strong for a while now, even with major natural disasters and high oil prices. Maybe good economic news gets no emphasis and every bit of slightly negative economic news does.
jay
Posted 02/04/2006 11:25:55 PM
The economy is doing well? That's news to me brother!
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Daniel Rubin is a columnist and The Inquirer's director of social media. Since joining newspaper as a staff writer in 1988, Daniel Rubin has reported from Mayfair to Macedonia, 27 countries in all. He has been the European Correspondent for Knight Ridder Newspapers and for two years he sat at home and wrote Blinq, the paper's first daily blog. Dan began newspaper work in Norfolk and Louisville, Ky., after getting his undergraduate and graduate degrees from Northwestern University. He has lived in all four commonwealths, most recently in Pennsylvania. He teaches urban journalism at the University of Pennsylvania

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