The president’s choice of John Roberts seems to fulfill his pledge to choose a “fair-minded individual who represents the mainstream of American law and values.” Politically, this is one of Bush’s better moments. He defied expectations and his worst instincts â€” by consulting Congress (including most of the Senate’s top Democrats) and by picking someone who could provide a national consensus rather than ignite a partisan firestorm.
Posted by Randy Scholfield
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