To: Allen H
"...trust in the guy and believe that he would have gotten to know this woman the past 10 years hes had a close relationship with her."
I trust him too.
Good posting and thanks for putting it up.
posted on 10/08/2005 9:59:28 AM PDT
('Thou hast conquered, O Galilean!' (Julian the Apostate))
You're welcome. Thanks yourself. In the end, that's really what it comes down to. The man said he would only put in conservative strict constructionist people to be Judges on all levels, that would uphold the Constitution and what it REALLY SAYS, and not allow the court to be used as an auxillury legislative branch for out of power liberals. I firmly believe that Bush is a genuine man of God and a firm conservative with real Christian ideals. So trust and faith is what's needed now. Either we'll all be very pleased and exicted that there is a new firmly conservative majority on the Supreme Court, or we'll be betrayed by Bush on the most important issue besides terrorism, and Miers will be another suiter, legislating from the bench not upholding the specific intent and clear language of the Constitution. The latter defies logic, and the past five years of judicial appointments Bush has made. I choose to be an optimist and believe that Miers takes her faith seriously and will be a conservative Justice. I can't remember who it was this week, but I heard that before the nomination was made public, she made a call to a close friend, I think it was her Pastor, and asked them to be praying for her, but she couldn't say why. Liberals just don't do that. Most "moderates" don't even do that. That's the kind of thing that conservatives who really take their beliefs and conservative ideology do when they are being considered for something like that. There is a way unto man that seems right, but to God, its way is the path unto destruction. That is the way of the world that you do all yourself, lean only on your own understanding, and you can do anything you want with no help from some god or anyone else. To me, Harriet Miers just doesn't seem to be that kind of person. I find that encouraging, and I'll at least give Bush the benefit of the doubt, and give Miers her first session as a Justice to prove him right or wrong. If she proves to be a liberal, then I'll be the first to complain about being had once again. But until she does that, I will have faith and give her the benefit of the doubt and pray that she will be strong in her conservative convictions and that she will adjudicate that way. If more conservatives would deal with this issue in that way, the conservative majority would be stronger, and that would allow more energy to be spent on helping fight to defend Tom DeLay, the backbone of conservativism in the Housee, which IS HAPPENING, instead of wasting so much energy attacking Miers as not being conservative and elitist enough and Bush for not nominating a firebrand, putting up Miers who could be liberal which HASN'T HAPPENED. I choose to focus on what is and what most likely will be and not what might be in the worst case scenario. There will be plenty of time to be po'd if she is a lib. No need to be po'd without the benefit of real facts to substantiate it the next month or two until she is on the court and shows one way or the other what kind of Justice she will be.
posted on 10/08/2005 10:45:40 AM PDT
by Allen H
(An informed person, is a conservative person. Remember 9-11,God bless our military,Bush,& the USA!)
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