Wednesday, October 26, 2005


Harriet, Don't Give Up Your Day Job

Salon's War Room says it's not looking good for the Miers nomination.

Emerging from a meeting Tuesday in which Republican senators discussed the nomination of Harriet Miers, Minnesota Sen. Norm Coleman said he can't make a decision about the nominee until he gets a "better feel for her intellectual capacity and judicial philosophy, core competence issues."
Coleman's one of Bush's water boys. If he's hedging like that, well, let's just hope Harriet didn't waste any time being measured for her robes. (Let us deliberately ignore the irony of Norm Coleman questioning anybody else's intellectual capacity.)
Yupper. Thing is, Norm's own popularity is about as bad as Bush's. He's hoping to reverse this before he comes up for reelection in 2008, and that the RNC is still willing to back him.

But the way things are going, there may not be a RNC -- or a lot of other things -- in 2008.
an opportunistic flipper being asked to judge the authenticity of another opportunistic flipper.

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