Sunday, July 22, 2007
Of course, it would be more reassuring if we could count on the federal judiciary to undue some of the damage already done and yet to be inflicted on the U.S. Constitution by the Bush crowd. But, because he's the president, Bush gets to nominate the justices of the Supreme Court. Congress long ago abdicated its oversight role and only intervenes in very rare cases. Just wait until the high court gets to re-examine Roe v. Wade.