Thursday, March 13, 2008

Judicial Tommyrot

Reminding us that there IS a bad way to be a judge, we have the following quote:

"...deciding the 'truly difficult' cases requires resort to 'one's deepest values, one's core concerns, one's broader perspectives on how the world works, and the depth and breadth of one's empathy.' In short, 'the critical ingredient is supplied by what is in the judge's heart.' No clearer prescription for lawless judicial activism is possible."

That's from an editorial in the Weekly Standard. The author was quoting Obamamamamamama on SCOTUS nominations.

But it applies, perforce, in Wisconsin's upcoming election as well.

HT: Phil Blosser

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