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Disagreeable

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My, my. Is George trying to pull a fast one on his Conservative base? Link below; my emphasis.

"Supreme Court nominee Harriet Miers said in a speech more than a decade ago that "self-determination" should guide decisions about abortion and school prayer and that in cases where scientific facts are disputed and religious beliefs vary, "government should not act."

In a 1993 speech to a Dallas women's group, Miers talked about abortion, the separation of church and state, and how the issues play out in the legal system. "The underlying theme in most of these cases is the insistence of more self-determination," she said. "And the more I think about these issues, the more self-determination makes sense."


Self-determination? That sounds like she supports a woman's right to choose to me.

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9819457/

And she's got some many conservatives upset that they're running ads against her.

Link below.

"A conservative group opposing Harriet Miers bought $250,000 of television and radio time Tuesday to broadcast an advertisement nationwide calling for President Bush to withdraw his nominee for the Supreme Court."

http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/9820159/
 

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Dis which side of the issue are you on in this one?

you don't like her because she is a liberal?

you don't like her because she is a conservative?

or you don't like her because you know nothing about her rulings?

or because everything you read from the liberal press says you should not like her?

or is just becuase she was nominated by the President whom you dispise?
 

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