One of George H.W. Bush’s great mistakes, his appointment of David Souter to the Supreme Court, reportedly is stepping down. It’s good news since that means this “100 percenter,” as White House Chief of Staff John Sununu called him, won’t be able to do any more harm to the Constitution and to our liberties. But his replacement isn’t likely to be any better. Still, at least his replacement will likely be an honest liberal, an open liberal appointed by a liberal president and confirmed by a liberal Senate. It got to be a bit tiresome to have allegedly conservative presidents appoint stealth liberals or soon-to-be-liberal-converts to the high court.
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