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Monday, October 03, 2005

Next SCOTUS Nominee: Harriet Miers

She is currently serving as White House Counsel; Bottom line: NO JUDICIAL EXPERIENCE. Add - what appears to be - another corporate sympathizing Bush crony to the list:
Miers met Bush in the 1980s, and was drafted to work as counsel for his 1994 gubernatorial campaign. In 1995, he appointed her to the Texas Lottery Commission. After working as a lawyer in Bush's presidential campaign, she came to Washington with him in 2001. "I remember seeing him in her office many years ago, before he was governor, before he was running for anything," Clements said. "So it's been a long relationship and a very loyal relationship. She really is one of those people that the practice of law and all things associated with that really has been her life."
By the way, the other side is not too happy either.

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