Litmus Test

Litmus test...to hold a person up to a standard...possibly from past actions to foreshadow future actions...What do you stand for? Not a simple yes or no question. I don't have a problem with a justice that is pro-life if they are steadfast to letter of the law. Why are standards a bad thing?
Will you render judgement according to the law and not to personal ideology?I don't think we can find anyone with no opinion, but maybe we can look for individuals that do their jobs and keep their personal opinions to themselves...

Tabula Rosa justices...I found an example on Google


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Standards aren't a bad thing - as long as they are personal. A judge cannot legislate by his or her personal beliefs. Alas, that's what Miers would do.

Did you get a nap?

4:25 PM  
Blogger BigBuddhaPuppy said...

Yep, with my Rumsfield doll...he's snuggly...

9:54 AM  
Blogger B_independant said...

Was/Is that not the war cry via the right of center regarding 'legislation from the bench.'

9:02 PM  
Blogger BigBuddhaPuppy said...

Yes, but it was/is a very disingenious 'war cry' most of the time. It is only a 'war cry' when it benefits their ideology.

9:42 AM  

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