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I am now a simple Grandpa who's life is made richer as each grandchild is born. My wife and I have raised five children and the 30 year love labor of raising them has begun to yield sweet fruit..... And then there are fruits of 30 years in ministry ... I am a satisfied old man full of the joy of the Lord.

Monday, November 06, 2006

Supreme Court Rumor

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From a piece in Human Events:

For the past several weeks, there has been a rumor circulating among high-level officials in Washington, D.C., that a member of the U.S. Supreme Court has received grave medical news and will announce his or her retirement by year’s end. While such rumors are not unusual in the nation’s capital, this one comes from credible sources.

Bruce says... Maybe it is Justice Stevens. A Ford appointee. A liberal. 86 years old.
Not the worst, but not the best either.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Now we got a problem. The Republicans didn't govern like winners or like conservatives. I agree with the common sentiment that the D's didn't win, the R's lost. I was hoping the Conservatives wouldn't hold back their votes. Michael Medved said that historically that doesn't work; the effect is politicians moving to the center. But now it might be the best thing to hope for. Hugh Hewitt wrote a book "Painting the Map Red" and said that this would happen, that the R's should do so-n-so, that the R's didn't do so-n-so. I remember thinking the Congress was being really lame... but the hope, ah the hope... I had, knowing that it was vastly better than the Dem's being in charge. Not confirming judges is simply unacceptable. Though this is just one example of things the R's didn't act on, the R's didn't FIGHT for what's right. Now they had a taste of winning the Congress. Hopefully they raise up new people, fight for conservatism, and get stuff done. In the meantime, the effect for appointing judges is a pathetic ruination.

4:18 AM, November 09, 2006  

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