Sunday, June 25, 2006

True Now, True Later

In opposing the activity of state senator David Fowler, who is sending out questionnaires to Tennessee appellate court judges asking them to describe their views on abortion, same sex marriage, and other issues, The Tennessean argues, "The personal views of judges or judicial applicants aren't relevant to how those individuals would rule on cases."

That is right. Let's just hope that the paper files the statement for re-use when discussing the President's judicial nominees.

Update: Mark Rose took a look back and found that the Tennessean has been less than consistent. Actually, they have been thoroughly inconsistent.


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