I really do commend Jan Crawford Greenberg for explaining how GOP presidents went astray and how very smart, conservative lawyers both in and outside the Justice Department fought against Kennedy, for example, and sifted through the good and the near good candidates to raise Roberts and Alito. But nothing, and I mean nothing, is a substitute for the judgment of the President. Figuring out who will be solid on the Court now and in the future and who will play solidly at the hearings is critical. Much of what Rudy is selling is his lawyer skills in helping to weigh the candidates and his proximity to some of the best legal minds like Ted Olson who will help make those choices. “You trust me or the guy who played me on TV to find the best candidates?” is the pitch.
On healthcare, it worked for Romney– Commonwealth Care?What Commonwealth Care? So maybe Hillary can change her spots too. A prize goes to the first parody ad portraying Harry and Louise fainting away as they learn the “Old Hillary Plan” was small potatoes compared to what the ” New Hillary Plan” has in store for them now.
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