Bush actively hostile to conservatism, says Bork

Robert Bork echoes points I’ve made repeatedly in the last two weeks:

This George Bush, like his father, is showing himself to be indifferent, if not actively hostile, to conservative values. He appears embittered by conservative opposition to his nomination, which raises the possibility that if Ms. Miers is not confirmed, the next nominee will be even less acceptable to those asking for a restrained court. That, ironically, is the best argument for her confirmation. But it is not good enough.

Howard Sutherland adds:

If Miers fails, in his anger at conservatives Bush will stick us with Gonzales.

Posted by Lawrence Auster at October 19, 2005 06:53 AM | Send

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