Thursday, September 22, 2005

Roberts Approved by Judiciary Comittee

Supreme Court nominee John Roberts was approved by the senate judiciary comittee today by a vote of 13 to 5.

Roberts won the support of all 10 Republicans on the committee and three Democrats — Ranking Minority Member Patrick Leahy of Vermont, Herb Kohl and Russ Feingold, both of Wisconsin.

He was oposed by Senators Biden, Feinstein, Chapaquittic Ted Kennidy, Schumer and terrorist lovin' Dick Turban. Of Judge Roberts, Senator Feinstein said,

"I knew as little about what Judge Roberts really thought about issues after the hearings as I did before the hearing. This makes it very hard for me,"

That is pretty hard to belive considering that your cadre of commie loving buddies grilled Judge Roberts for 17 hours and had access to over 70,000 pages of documents. I guess it rubs Senator Feinstein the wrong way when a judge wants to uphold the consitution rather than rubber stamp abortion from the bench.