But, but, donít sub-mediocre people have a right to be represented on the Supreme Court?

Here, belatedly, are some of the quotes from Harriet Miersís articles that David Brooks published the other day. My favorite:

We have to understand and appreciate that achieving justice for all is in jeopardy before a call to arms to assist in obtaining support for the justice system will be effective.

As a blogger noted, imagine 20 years of Supreme Court decisions written by this (intellectually) sub-mediocre woman!

A former literature professor writes to VFR: ďThese are the kinds of sentences that composition teachers call howlers, and you make up a list so that students can see what to avoid.Ē But, but, donít people who are in need of a remedial writing course deserve to be represented on the Supreme Court?

Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 17, 2005 02:56 PM | Send
    


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