Tuesday, January 06, 2009

"Better Informed than Belling"

We've already mentioned that Belling has engendered attention deficits when he guest-hosts Limbaugh.

Now it appears that Belling has his own attention deficit:

...voters would be better served by commentary more informed than Belling’s.

That is the final line from Mike Dean's letter which explains why Belling is dead-wrong regarding Judge Koschnik's judicial philosophy.

HT: Patrick


John Foust said...

It's one thing for a candidate to claim they're good or lean one way or another. Show me the evidence. How many opinions has Koschnick written, and what do they say?

"Informed commentators"? Informed by what?

Super Id said...

We don't know anything about Judge Koschnik's judicial philosophy. His decision on one evidentiary issue hardly can be construed as a philosophy.

We don't know the basis of his decision. Perhaps he got the decision "right" because he was convinced by the better of the lawyers.

Dad29 said...

I'm certain that the judge's record will emerge, one way or the other.

There will be time for judging the judge. No need to take Belling's word for it--especially when he is as poorly informed as he was when he made the remarks in the first place.

Super Id said...

I agree, both Belling and Sykes are ill-informed loud mouths that lack credibilty.

I'd like to see a debate on the records instead of a debate of a "judicial philosphy." The only judicial philosphy a judge should have is to evalaute each case on its own facts and circumstances. Let's look at the judge's competency in doing that.