Robert Bork, who says having his name become a verb has given him “a form of immortality,” offered some novel ideas this week on how to ensure that John Roberts wins Senate confirmation next week. Among them, as reported in The Hill: Ban cameras for the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing. Roberts shouldnâ€™t say anything about the Constitution or how heâ€™d vote on any issue. And “donâ€™t make it obvious that you think some of the senatorsâ€™ questions reveal that they have not a clue about the Constitution,” Bork said. Just think â€” if heâ€™d made the bench in 1987, Bork might be up for chief justice now.
Posted by Rhonda Holman
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