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July 21, 2005



I don't agree with "Reader", in that the implication is that diversity is somehow relevant to the interpretation of the law. Does a lack of testosterone - or an surplus of melanin - substantially change the meaning of the US Code?


Well, Justice O'Connor's insight was a very worthwhile one to make. It's simply shameful that the President selected yet another white male to the ol' boys club. 2 out of 9 was already less than stellar -- going retrograde on diversity in 2005 is just disgraceful.


Great blog. One quarrel with this post, if readers simply follow your link to the "long and detailed profile", they'll miss the great slide show of photos from Roberts's school days. I'd suggest this (http://www.nytimes.com/2005/07/21/politics/21nominee.html)
url instead, the slide show is midway down the left side of the page (but I'm sure you've already seen it).

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